VeganMoFo 2013 Plan

It’s VeganMoFo again!

This year we have a different theme for each week. We’ve chosen a different food culture for every week and every day we try something new or tell you about our old favourites.

  • Week one will be Northern Europe. We’ve blogged about Finnish food in Mofo 2011 and 2012, and now we expand to other Nordic countries.
  • Week two will be Eastern Europe. They use a lot of meat and dairy, but we’ll veganize the recipes when needed.
  • Week three will be Middle East. There’s so many delicious vegan/vegetarian dishes that this part of the world. Hummus and falafel anyone?
  • Last week will be a little farther: Middle America (Mexico, Central America and Caribbean).

We have some cookbooks and zines to help us:


We also have a theme for each day of the week:

  • Monday is a bread day. Breads, pies and other savoury baked things made of dough fall into this category.
  • Tuesday is a salad day.
  • Wednesday is a sweet day. Desserts, cakes, jam.. Anything sweet.
  • Thursday is soup day.
  • Friday is for snacks and party food.
  • Saturday is for veganizing. We choose a dish that is normally heavy with meat, eggs and/or dairy and create a vegan version of it.
  • Sunday is a free choice.

Happy mofoing everyone!



4 comments on “VeganMoFo 2013 Plan

  1. Malitsu says:

    Glad to see I’m not the only Finn in the MoFo! Though you guys seem like really experienced in this and for me it’s the exciting first time. I especially love your takes on those old recipes – dill seitan is hanging on my todo list as well.

    • nomad says:

      We’re equally glad to see another Finn in this year’s MoFo! Our first experience was a bit chaotic, so after that one we’ve always made at least a rough roadmap. The last years we’ve been able to make a post every day (well, apart from last year, but we got married in the middle of the MoFo, so I figure that’s a good enough excuse.)

      Old recipes (and old cookbooks) are fascinating, and old cookbooks are always a great read, as they contain great down-to-earth and simple food, and usually from very plant-based ingredients. I’m so proud of the “Vegetarisk kokbok” from early 20th century I managed to find. 🙂

  2. Mihl says:

    Great themes! I am looking especially looking forward to your Norhtern and Eastern European posts!

  3. Loving the theme, I’ll keep stopping by for sure

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