Vegan Carnivore s’est joint au party d’ouverture du magasin Lululemon Athletica au Quartier DIX30 sur la rive-sud de Montréal.
Nous avons eu la chance de parler à la gérante Vanessa Loiselle question de discuter du yoga, de la nourriture santé et du nouveau “life-style” santé qui semble être fort populaire de nos jours. Si vous avez manquer l’événement, voici quelque images qui vous mettront dans l’ambiance de la soirée.
Vegan Carnivore dropped into the new lululemon athletica store on the south shore of Montreal at supermall Dix30 to capture the scene at the hotly-anticipated launch party
We spoke with manager Vanessa Loiselle who was on site, to discuss matters relating to yoga, food, and healthy living in general. Whether you were there or not, we hope you enjoy this recap!
Here’s our recap of a very special event to celebrate Valentine’s Day 2013: The launch of Yasmin Yoga’s latest instructional DVDs at lululemon athletica’s Montreal flagship store. The event was co-organized by the Yasmin Yoga team, and the video features lululemon athletica key leader Tara Schulz leads us through the event, and discusses how working at Lulu has helped her change her lifestyle to eat more raw and natural foods. Read More
“I’m just a good Jewish girl!” says renowned creator of all things vegan and kosher, Gigi Cohen, while preparing a traditional and completely vegan Christmas feast for a call center that employs over 400 staff. And Vegan Carnivore was there to cover it all.
Our host Jason Rockman, a big fan of wholesome vegan foods and simulated meat, reacts in near disbelief as if he saw Santa himself upon sampling the vegan turkey shavings that Gigi was preparing for the upcoming Xmas chowdown. And it was love at first site from then on, as we followed Gigi from the kitchen into the serving hall to get a glimpse of the first of many vegan company lunches that will happen in 2013 and beyond.
We talk with Gigi about her NDG-based vegan takeout cafe, www.cafejuicylotus.com, and her recent fundraising cookbook www.nourishingfriends.com, which is receiving rave reviews both in Montreal and beyond. Enjoy this glimpse into the world of Vegan Carnivore and its closest friends, and keep checking back every month for new cool events and companies that we’ll be featuring.
The Vegan Carnivore crew recently visited Montreal’s landmark vegan restaurant Aux Vivres to chat with owners Michael and Liam Makhan about their core values and what kinds of people frequent the St. Laurent street establishment…which nowadays, is pretty much everybody from firefighters to young professionals and families of all ages.
We provide both loyal customers and curious non-vegans and vegans alike with an insight into how some of their many popular dishes are made, from the renowned BLT (featuring coconut smoked simulated bacon), to the hearty and almost meaty portobello burger, to the végé-pâté sandwich on homemade chapati bread.
You’ll also notice longtime manager Charles Garant tirelessly working the floor, showing off his expert barista skills, serving Vegan Carnivore host Jason Rockman his BLT for the episode.
We also profile something else Aux Vivres are famous for, and an experience that has become somewhat of a weekend ritual for many Montrealers…their famous brunch menu. See how their fluffy waffles are made, black beans, crispy polenta, and tofu scramble all come flying out of the kitchen, piping hot and ready to satisfy.
Happy Holidays from Vegan Carnivore and Aux Vivres!
Vegan Carnivore and CTV and CHOM host Jason Rockman visited Marches Tau in the West Island, located at 2335 Autoroute Transcanadienne, to speak with co-owner Gideon Brown, naturopath Steeve Gilmore, and check out their impressive selection of fresh produce, foods, and supplements that make a healthy lifestyle.
We learn how the successful chain of grocers was founded by Gideon and his brother’s grandfather, and about his vision to bring natural foods to everybody, which has for the most part been realized. Tau’s trusted naturopath explains how he commonly helps treat people with digestive disorders, and how their wide range of superfoods can help people achieve health goals of any degree.
Some of the fine products pictured in this video which are available at all Tau locations include: Vega, Kicking Horse Coffee, Just Juice, Nuts To You Nut Butters, Buckwheat Honey, Earthbound Farm, Rise Kombucha, Terra Chips, Blue Monkey Coconut Water, Tofurky, Fontaine Sante, Jardin Sante, Daiya, Aurora, Ezekeil 4:9, Kiju, Santa Cruz Organic, Prairie Naturals Berry Force, Natural Traditions, New Roots, Bio Vert, Blue Diamond, Coconut Bliss, Natura, Manitoba Harvest, and more.
Check them out online at http://www.marchestau.com to learn more about their products and locations.