Vegan Winter Seitan Stew by Jolinda Hackett with Lorena Novak Bull, RD
I made this stew a couple nights ago and it was delicious. It’s easy to make and a perfect meal during a cold night.
Ingredients – Serves 6
- 2 cups chopped/cubed seitan
- 1 onion, chopped
- 2 carrots, chopped
- 2 stalks celery, chopped
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 5 cups vegetable broth
- 2 potatoes, chopped
- 1/2 teaspoon sage
- 1/2 teaspoon rosemary
- 1/2 teaspoon thyme
- 2 tablespoons cornstarch
- 1/3 cup water
- In a large soup pot, heat seitan, onion, carrots, and celery in olive oil for 4-5 minutes, stirring frequently until seitan is lightly browned.
- Add vegetable broth and potatoes and bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer, add spices, and cover. Allow to cook for 25-30 minutes until potatoes are soft.
- In a small bowl, whisk together cornstarch and water. Add to soup, stirring to combine.
- Cook uncovered for another 5-7 minutes until stew has thickened.
- Season with salt and pepper to taste
Fair and balanced.
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A year has passed since the free Nyki poetry contest. The contest brought hundreds of poets together from across the globe in support of wrongfully convicted artist, poet, and community activist Nyki Kish.
Nyki is still in prison awaiting her appeal and as we wait each day to get her back, she strives for social change from behind prison walls. Art and community are tremendously important to Nyki, lets show her once again that they are important to us too. Submit up to three poems of any length and style before November 1st to firstname.lastname@example.org to participate.
Approximately 15 poems will be featured in bound for Glory Magazine, a Hamilton Ontario based arts and literary publication, as well they will be published in a contest anthology, which will include last years featured poems as well.
All authors whose poems are featured will receive a copy of bound for glory.
This years top three prizes include a one of a kind hand bound version of the anthology as well as a copy of Nyki’s own anthology.Again,
Submissions are to be sent to email@example.com
Deadline is November 1st, 2012
Previously published poetry accepted
While we reserve the one time privilege of publishing submitted work in both the magazine and poetry anthology, the author retains all ownership/copy-right over all that they contribute
All poems are considered by Nyki, names of the authors are removed prior to consideration, and while this contest’s coordinators cannot afford to award every contributor a prize, every poem is valuable and a winner in Nyki’s eyes (she even asked that we try to refrain from terms like ‘winners’).
Please do know that every poem serves to brighten Nyki’s day while she struggles through the dark day of prison to get her freedom back.
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We are seeking submissions for a zine on being both working class and vegan, to decenter veganism away from the politics of privilege and consumerism.
For many of us, buying whatever we want, flying around to animal rights conferences, or going this or that vegan band’s reunion in another country or state is simply not an option. For many of us who struggle with poverty as a lived experience the middle class liberal politics of voting with your dollars and buying overpriced fancy over-packaged goods is alienating and unrealistic. For many of us the food bank is our grocery store and dumpster diving after a house show isn’t something you do to be cool, it is something you do simply cause you can’t afford to buy good food. Our hope is it will help to be a resource of lived experiences for those who can’t relate to the mainstream vegan middle class clique, and that it would be full of useful strategies for coping with poverty while maintaining a vegan way of living.
The term ‘working class’ is ambiguous and many people use it to mean different things. For the context of this zine the term working class will refer to people who work dead end jobs at near minimum wage, or live on welfare or disability, or who struggle to pay rent each month, or are living on the streets or in homeless shelters. We are not referring to people who work high paid union jobs or work as roughnecks in the oil patch or logging industries. The point is to share the experiences of those who have struggled economically just to meet their basic needs yet feel maintaining a plant based diet is important to them.
Submissions should be between 1/2 a page to 5 pages in length (single spaced). We are open to many formats, from personal stories, to personal essays, to critiques, poetry, recipes, cartoons, jokes, or rants and tips. You can write about your struggles with food, or with mainstream liberal vegans, working with animals, why a plant based diet is important to you, nutrition, activism, wild harvesting, dumpster diving, or about how you have navigated the various barriers to eating healthy on a low budget and useful skills or information you have learned along the way.
Deadline for submission September 30
send submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org