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Brunch recipes for the vegan (and vegan-curious) romantic.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, many people are finalizing plans to celebrate their love over a romantic meal at one of Vancouver’s fine restaurants. Most places offer a set menu for this special night, limiting menu choices, and even dining times, in hopes of serving as many lovebirds as possible. This can be challenging for you if you have dietary concerns, not to mention less than enjoyable if you’re being rushed out the door.
Why not cook something special together at home? This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday—perfect for a cozy brunch for two. Try this deliciously romantic brunch menu, which is free of animal products, full of romance-enhancing foods and fun to make together.
Vegan Apple Rosemary Scones
Vegan Asparagus Pesto Crepes
Strawberry Avocado Salad
Gourmet fair-trade organic coffee
Mimosa, made with sparkling white wine from the Okanagan
Optional: Finish off the romantic meal with some sensual vegan chocolate truffles
The Vegan Project’s Jessica Grajcyzk and Bridget Burns are passionate about health, the environment and the treatment of animals, and are learning about what it means to be vegan. Follow them on Twitter for daily updates including recipes, vegan Vancouver resources and more.