Announcing It's a Vegan World - French
March 31, 2010
French Cuisine is maybe the most famous in the world, I must confess I tought that it's even the most non-vegetarian one, but while I was planning my 20 appetizers lunch I find out many vegan french ideas.
So, I sent an e-mail to Vaishali, the creator of It's a Vegan World and I asked her to host this interesting challenge: a French edition of It's a Vegan World.
Choose one or more vegan traditional french recipes, or veganize them, and join It's a Vegan World: French.
--- Here are the guidelines for IAVW: French ---
-The deadline is April 30, 2010.
-This is a Vegan event, so please remember that these foods are not allowed: honey, milk-based products (butter, cheese, ghee, milk, yogurt...), eggs, gelatin, and, of course, meats, fish or seafood. Vegan meat or cheese substitutes are fine.
-The recipe should be cooked for this event.
-Link back to this announcement, and feel free to use the logo.
-Link also to Vaishali's event announcement page.
-Non-bloggers are also very welcome. Just send me your recipe and a picture.
-As for bloggers, send me an email with your post to scrivi[at]erbeincucina.it. Include these details:
Photograph (any size)
This month I'm also hosting:
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