Blog Entries Tagged as The Betty Crocker Project

  • Feb
  • 6

10 of the Best ‘Betty Goes Vegan’ Recipes

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Whether you’re a new vegan convert or a seasoned compassionate chef, Betty Goes Vegan is a must-have book for all. Authors Dan and Annie Shannon are an adorable duo of longtime animal advocates who have taken a fresh approach to traditional American recipes, proving that any recipe can be made vegan. Here are a few of our favorite recipes from …

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  • Jan
  • 9

The Betty Crocker Project: Garlic Cheesy Biscuits

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After watching the movie Julie & Julia, we were intrigued by the idea of an amateur chef cooking her way through a classic cookbook and blogging about it along the way. However, we were horrified by an important scene in the movie in which the lead character “overcomes her fear” of boiling a live lobster and dooms …

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  • Nov
  • 29

The Betty Crocker Project: Eggs Benedict, Featuring the Vegan Poached Egg

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After watching the movie Julie & Julia, we were intrigued by the idea of an amateur chef cooking her way through a classic cookbook and blogging about it along the way. However, we were horrified by an important scene in the movie in which the lead character “overcomes her fear” of boiling a live lobster and …

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