VegNews Daily

Vegan Top Chef

Top Chef episode winners prepare a plant-based menu.

Bravo’s Top Chef All-Stars Night at the Museum episode, aired on December 8, featured two teams cooking to win the favor of children and their parents, with one group preparing a plant-based menu. The chefs were placed into two groups, Team Tyrannosaurus and Team Brontosaurus, the latter requiring a vegetarian menu. Team Brontosaurus, including past Top Chef stars Spike Mendelsohn and Carla Hall, cooked veg dishes including gazpacho and gnocchi. The vegetarian team beat Team T-Rex, who prepared animal product-laden dishes such as braised bacon with hard-boiled egg.

Kids Compete for $25K with Vegan Chocolate Milk

In a competition for young entrepreneurs, four New Zealand high school students are named finalists for their vegan chocolate milk.
Read More »

Vice Captures the Changing Faces of Veganism

A new Viceland documentary features vegans from all walks of life to show expanding appeal of living cruelty-free.
Read More »

Slaughter-Free Turkey Comes to the Table by 2030

Food technology professor Paul Mozdziak says his cultured turkey will be a viable alternative, hitting supermarket shelves in the foreseeable future.
Read More »

England Considers Making Its Cash Vegan

Bank responds to outrage over rendered animal fat in new £5 banknotes.
Read More »

Marine Animal Park Charged with Five Counts of Cruelty

Ontario SPCA charged aquatic park Marineland with several counts of cruelty for abusive treatment of peacocks, guinea hens, and black bears.
Read More »

This Week on VegNews TV: The secret to these delightful sweet treats is white beans! Aylin Erman shows you how to make these simple blondies.

More Videos »