Weekly Giveaway: Kelapo cold-pressed organic coconut oil! baypuppy is the winner
We're still in the trenches as far as winter is concerned. Most of the Midwest is under a layer of snow, and the rest of the country is enjoying weather that ranges from freezing rain to frigid chilly. Ugh. Well, this week's giveaway has the opportunity to transport you to the tropics. We've got a 1/2-pound jar of Kelapo cold-pressed organic coconut oil to give to one lucky VegWebber. Coconut oil is amazing in that you can use it for everything from the sweetest smelling hair conditioner to baking up in game day brownies. Let us transport you to the tropics with a jar of this scrumptious oil.
For a chance to win, let me know what foods are keeping you warm this winter!
Giveaway ends on Tuesday, February 8th at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random! Must live in USA to win.
I've been making my own "chicken" soup with Not-Chick'n bouillon, noodles, carrots, frozen corn, seitan from the fridge and whatever else I have on hand, plus a dash of nooch at the end! Mmmmmmmsogood.
CHILI AND THAI CURRY SOUP. YUM!
We are freezing here in NH. Total accumulation for January was 6 feet of snow. Mother Nature has been delivering snow to us about every 3-4 days and it doesn't look as though it is going to let up any time soon. Now is the time for spicy hot vegetarian chili, especially with the Superbowl this weekend!
chili and lots of spicy food!
Split Pea soup and hot lemon water!
I had never been one for chili until I found a recipe using sweet potatoes instead of meat...YUM! Now we have it at least every other week. We are also really big on 'clean the fridge' soup. Of course, we always enjoy a nice, hot cup of tea!
Soup and yummy Italian food :D
Roasted tomato basil soup! <3
Gotta love the warm cookies and other baked goods... and vegetable soup I suppose.
split pea soup with dill and warm, crusty bread. Mmmm.
Lots of hot tea, soups and fresh bread with earth balance and agave.
tomato soup with home made crackers, split pea soup with home made biscuts,white bean soup with besan wrap sandwiches,colcannon, 3 bean chilli with home made corn bread
Coconut Curry Tempeh with cocnut-milk/green-onion jasmin rice has been keeping me warm! Also, Jazzman Jambalaya does the trick... mmmmm....
Vegan Soul Food!
Seasoned sweet taters, garlic collard greens, blackeyed peas, cornbread... mmhm.
It's been well below average temperatures here in Georgia, but I'm just glad I don't live in Iowa anymore...
Ginger tea, and chili!
soup almost every night! Chili in the crockpot, then it's all done when I come back. Or Farmhouse Stew from Vegan Vittles. Or some spicy Chana Masala (not a soup, but still awesome).
curry with coconut milk, and miso soup.