From Effortless Knead-Not Plant-Based Bread to 30-Minute Tortillas: 10 Vegan Recipes that Went Viral Last Week!


When everyone’s got their eyes on a recipe, you know it must have something special that you will want to try! That’s the case for these 10 vegan viral recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say that you don’t want to miss out on these incredible viral recipe creations from our bloggers!

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Fellow Drops Once a Week with Coffee Offerings Via TextDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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Images courtesy of Fellow.

Consumer coffee equipment maker Fellow has just launched a text-message-based coffee ordering service called Fellow Drops.

Every Tuesday, Fellow Drops will send info and images to subscribers’ phones, detailing an offer for a different whole-bean coffee by a different roaster. The offerings, curated by a panel of Fellow employees, will occasionally include coffee offerings that are exclusive to Fellow Drops, according to the San Francisco-based company.

After providing payment and shipping info through an initial sign-up process, customers can send a single-digit reply to a Fellow Drops message to indicate the number of bags they

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Virtual vegetarian festival prompts Worcester to declare last week of July ‘Vegan Week’ in city

The final week of July will be known as “Vegan Week” in Worcester as it plans to celebrate the 11th annual New England VegFest.

The virtual vegetarian festival scheduled from July 25 through Aug. 1 will include activities, including some in person, speakers from around the country and will coincide with Worcester Mayor Joseph Petty referring to the celebration as “Vegan Week,” the festival’s promoters said.

New England VegFest is one of the largest and longest-running vegetarian festivals in the country, attracting up to 10,000 attendees and a variety of veg-friendly vendors. Last year’s event was canceled due to COVID-19,

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Everything you need to buy for food stylist and photographer Danielle Campbell’s Week of Meals recipes

Week of Meals is a weeknight dinner series that brings you five, easy-to-prepare weeknight recipes from one shopping trip that costs less than $100. Here’s your grocery list and the prep work to do on the day of shopping to set yourself up for effortless cooking the rest of the week.

For Danielle Campbell’s recipes, here’s what you’ll need:

BUY FRESH
These ingredients will need to be purchased if you don’t already have them.

Meat and seafood
2 pounds salmon filets
1 pound lean ground beef, lamb or pork
4 ounces pancetta
1 whole chicken (3 1/2 to 4 pounds)

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Batch cooking: Salsa verde recipe and 7 ways to use it for a week of dinners

When we talk about batch cooking, it’s easy to limit your thinking to the “protein.” That, of course, can mean actual meat — a roast chicken, brisket, pork butt — or any other hearty starring ingredient, such as a tray of roasted vegetables or, as Food editor Joe Yonan showed us as part of our big-batch series in 2020, a pot of beans. My contribution to the bunch was a no-knead olive oil dough great for focaccia, pizza and even cinnamon rolls, but I also appreciated deputy editor Ann Maloney’s contribution: a pantry-friendly tomato sauce.

In my opinion, sometimes the

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More easy, fast, delicious recipes for your next week of meals

After publishing our initial “Week of Meals” series back in March, we wanted to hear from you, our readers, before moving forward with it to see if this was something you wanted on a regular basis. Suffice it to say, the feedback we got was a resounding “MORE, PLEASE!” So, we’re here to deliver. While one day we may have the ability to do this series more often, for now, we’re going to make it a monthly recurrence. You can look forward to new “Week of Meals” recipes the first Sunday of each month. Each will be brought to you

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