It has taken me ages to perfect this dessert. I have been playing around with the ratios to make it perfect, as close to the classic Australian YoGo, chocolate yogurt dessert as possible. So here it is my Vegan Yogo, Chocolate Custard recipe: ½ cup caster sugar ⅓ cup cocoa […]

Vegan YoGo, Chocolate Custard Recipe

By Sarah Pritchard Devils@Cradle; Cradle Mountain’s sanctuary for Tasmanian devils and other marsupials, has increased it’s protection of the endangered species. Spending $200,000, the sanctuary now uses infrared cameras, better fences and larger areas for the resident animals. These measures are to protect the Tasmanian devils from a highly contagious […]

Hope for Devils at Cradle Mountain

Written by Sarah Pritchard Two seals have been found dead in the Tasmanian islands. Both of them have been confirmed as shot with a small calibre gun but it is as yet unknown whether the shootings were related. Police are running ballistics on the bullets to discover any links between […]

Endangered Seals Need Protection

Alas! The Tasmanian Government has gone back on its Sow stall ban. Instead Bryan Green, Tasmania’s minister for Primary industries, intends to allow sow’s to stay confined in stalls up to ten days after mating. Without banning them altogether the process is difficult to monitor how long individual pigs are […]

Are Sow Stalls Here to Stay?

Vegan Tasmania sponsor Otis Beanery has announced their workshop program for July and August.  Sprouting and microgreens, vegan burgers, non-dairy milks and yoghurts, tempeh making, super soups and vegan cheeses all feature in a series designed to boost your health while having fun in the kitchen. See the full details […]

Burgerrama Giveaway!

Recently I heard some exciting rumours that Cascade Brewery had finally ditched its old processes and refinements and was now vegan… I didn’t want to get ahead of myself so I did a bit of digging and checked with the company and Vegan Tasmania is proud to confirm that Cascade […]

Cascade Now Vegan

Vegan Tasmania would sincerely like to apologise for any offence or misunderstanding caused by the article “Wallaby’s Waste to Wuggs” about Game Meat owners John and Katrina Kelly, selling off their skins “a waste product as they called them” to Tannery’s to produce high fashion wallaby skin cuffs and collars […]

Vegan Tasmania is Against the Production of “Wuggs”

Lenah Game Meats owners. John Kelly and Katrina Kelly, from Rocherlea, process wallaby, hare, possum and venison that sell Tasmania wide. Wallaby meat, as their main “product” leaves them with 20,000 skins a year, which are being sold to a Turkey tannery, churning out high fashion wallaby skin cuffs and […]

Wallaby’s Waste to Wuggs

Thanks to my awesome new sponsor, Otis Beanery, I am super excited to announce Vegan Tasmania’s first ever giveaway! Otis Beanery provides all-vegan cooking workshops in Tasmania, Australia and they are giving one of my lucky readers a full voucher for a class! And I’m making it super easy for […]

Otis Beanery: Vegan Giveaway!

So I made you guys a vegan Easter list last year too which you can see here but this list has a few add ons and updates, so enjoy! And Happy Easter! The Sweet Williams range can be found at Coles, Woolworths and Nature’s Works.   The Macro range can […]

A Very Vegan Easter 2013

What can I possibly say about this one? Like all my recipe’s it’s fast and easy and super delicious. Doesn’t that tempt you? Scones 2 cups plain flour 2 ½ tsp. baking powder pinch of salt 3 tbsp. maple syrup ½ cup soy milk 2 tbsp. lemon juice ⅓ cup […]

Vegan Scones and Cream