Homemade hummus is a bold investment. A jar of tahini isn’t cheap, a ~15 oz. jar is around $6. BUT once you’ve invested in that jar, hummus is just a few small steps away! (You can get +15 servings of hummus for one jar of tahini) Overall you can save if you home make your hummus. Plus if you’re like me and Mike, you don’t like/always want the same flavors. So homemaking hummus let’s you control the amount you make. No more wasting hummus or eats flavors you don’t love!
Fun Fact: Lebanon currently holds the world record for largest plate of hummus, according to local media, Lebanese chefs used 8 tons of boiled hummus, 2 tons of tahini, 2 tons of lemon juice and 154 lbs of olive oil in the dish.
This side dish for dinner is perfect for any party or gathering. Everyone will absolutely love these potatoes.
Cultural Fact: According to the Idaho Potato Museum, the average American eats about 124 pounds of potatoes per year while Germans eat about twice as much.
Damn Philly, you so vegan it hurts.
We didn’t even come close to hitting all the major vegan spots in Philadelphia last month when we spent the weekend at PaxUnplugged #nerds
We def didn’t go anywhere or do anything cool except go to the convention center.
It was a whirlwind weekend but I did enjoy the small part of the city that I did see. I definitely plan to come back!.
Ok so where/ how to eat in Philly?
I got you, here’s what we ate:
The land of my college days, where I lived for the first six years of my adult life.
Where I found my heart and soul and where I transitioned from vegetarian to vegan.
One of the best things about Northampton is that everyone knows a vegan so most restaurants offer a couple of vegan items.
This list just covers the places I went to with some regularity, but this is by no means an exhaustive list of restaurants where you can find vegan food in Northapmton. And, since this list is in no particular order, I’ve bolded the restaurants that I would highly recommend.