Hi from the Part Time Vegans, Kate & Kristin

Introducing…

part time vegan tote bags

We’ve had a running joke in our apartment for the past year or so that even though we both love non-vegan foods, we’re actually part time vegans. Spurred on by the popularity of the Beyoncé KALE sweatshirt (all hail Queen Bey), we decided that part time vegan was a moniker we wanted to wear. And because #putitonatotebag is the new #putabirdonit, we’re happy to introduce the part time vegan tote bag, which, incidentally, you can pre-order now.

Part Time Vegan Tote Bag

Why do a soft launch when you can kick things off in Bon Appétit? Many thanks to the editors for including us in their 2015 Holiday Gift Guide.


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Things we like…

Kate

  • Yotam Ottolenghi’s crushed puy lentils with tahini and cumin: Ottolenghi can pretty much do no wrong in my book, and these lentils are like crack. Best of all, you can easily lose the butter to make them vegan!
  • Adrian Chen’s “Unfollow” in The New Yorker, a long-read about how social media made a woman born into the Westboro Baptist Church decide to leave her community. See, social media is good for something.
  • Youth: The new film from Paolo Sorrentino (of The Great Beauty) and my favorite movie at the Austin Film Festival. Word is that, at a press screening at Cannes, half the theater cheered and half booed. I cheered through sobs.
Kristin
  • These thin gold bands from Feliz in Brooklyn: I’ve been gradually adding them to my ring stack. Planning to pick up at least one more, but with a different texture. Someone will have to stop me before I fill up my whole hand.
  • Geeking out about the Maillard Reaction: It’s the reason your roasted veggies, caramelized onions, and steak (for the meat eaters) taste so good. In layman’s terms it’s the science behind the crispy bits.
  • Shutterbean’s roasted Brussels sprouts and butternut squash: I make this recipe again and again all winter long. It’s time to put that Maillard reaction to work.
Yours in (mostly) meat-free living,
Kate & Kristin

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