And…the (final VVP) Blogroll, Please!

Wine Glasses

105 bloggers.
14 countries.
18 Appetizers.
5 Beverages.
6 Breads.
5 Salads.
10 Sides.
9 Soups.
23 Main Dishes.
29 Desserts.

In only have one question: Do you think there will be enough to eat?     

Thanks to everyone who has signed up for the Potluck – you’ve made me so happy!  We reached our goal well ahead of the October 25 deadline.  Now – go grab a button for your blog by visiting the VVP website Resources page.  I’ll be posting all of the “how tos” soon right here on this blog, but you can also visit the How It Works page on the website right now to get an idea of what you’ll need to do to prepare your blog post for the big day.

Stay tuned for updates on how to create your links and when to schedule your VVP posts.   This is important stuff, kids.  If you haven’t already done so, please follow The Potluck on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.  

P.S. This is the final list of participants – the one you want to use when you create your links.  Take a look at the list and see what blog comes before yours and after yours.  Then follow the instructions on the VVP website.  If you are wondering how I decided to order the blogs, this time around I randomized (via random.org) instead of alphabetized.

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Appetizers
The Veg Bar
USA
That Was Vegan?
USA
The Cruelty-Free Review
USA
Queens of the Wild Frontier
UK
Vedged Out
USA
The Soulicious Life
USA
Quinoa Kale and Exhale
USA
Rough Seas in the Med
Gibraltor
Jason and the Veganauts
USA
No Food With A Face
Australia
40 Fit in the Mitt
USA
The Vegan Kat
USA
VegHotPot
UK
Being Vegan
USA
The Misfit Baker
Canada
Barefoot Essence
USA
Earthgiven Kitchen
Canada
Lemongrass and Ginger
Australia
Positively Vegan
USA

Beverages
Little Lady Cook (Cocinerita)
USA
Don’t Switch Off the Light
Australia
Lorna’s Tearoom Delights
Scotland
Veganosaurus
India
Air Eater
Canada

Breads
Spinach Revolution
South Africa
V is for Vegan
USA

Afro Vegan Chick

USA
My Plant-Based Family
USA
Recipe for Going Vegan
USA

Salads
In Vegetables We Trust
UK
Sophie’s Foodie Files
Belgium
Spontaneous Tomato
USA
Cadry’s Kitchen
USA
Veggie Nook
Canada

Side Dishes
Keepin’ It Kind
USA
Vegan Richa
USA
AppleCoconutLove

USA
The Singin’ Vegan
USA

Glue and Glitter
USA
Kelli’s Vegan Kitchen
USA
Good Clean Food
USA
Former Fish Taco Fanatic
USA
Cook to Love
USA
The Almost Vegan
USA

Soups
Elephant Belly
USA
Vegan by Proxy
USA
Happy To Be A Table of Two
USA
Frugal Feeding
UK
neolovesoulchild
USA
Vegan Gypsy
USA
Cocina de Nihacc
Spain
Live. Learn. Love. Eat.
Canada
Emmy Cooks
USA

Main Dishes
GIRRL-Earth
USA
V is for Vegetables
USA
Astig Vegan
USA
In Pursuit of More
Canada
My Sister’s Pantry
USA
Apocalyptic Diner
USA
Chef in Disguise
Jordan
The Vegan’s Husband
USA
Living in a Lollypop World
USA
Saving the World One Bite at a Time!
USA
Tiny Kitchen Stories
USA
Vegan Monologue
USA
Juicy Dishes
Denmark
Compassionate & Passionate Cuisine
Portugal
Vegan 404 (filet not found)
UK
OMGosh I’m Vegan
USA
Jaguar Kitchen
Brazil
Canned Time
USA
Luminous Vegans
USA
Oh My Potluck!
Canada

A,B,C, Vegan
USA
VegCharlotte
USA

Sunday Morning Banana Pancakes

Earth-friendly Sara
USA

Desserts
Fried Dandelions
USA
The Little Red Journal
USA
VegetarianVentures
USA
Bite Me (I’m Vegan)
USA
Fridge Scrapings
Australia
Bacon Is NOT An Herb
USA
Gormandize with A-Dizzle & K-Bobo
Australia
In Fine Balance
Canada
Vegan Sparkles
Australia
The Science of Food
Canada
The Sweet Life
USA
Turning Veganese
USA
SweetVeg
USA
The Joyful Pantry
USA
Veganville
USA
Running Eater
USA
Vegan Fling
USA
Anne Sture Tucker – Balanced Living
Canada
An Unrefined Vegan
USA
Too Cheap for Pine Nuts
USA
Veggie V’s Vegan Adventure
USA
It Must Suck Being Vegan
Canada
Cupcakes and Showtunes
USA
A Tablespoon of Liz
USA
Gazing In
USA
Blissful Britt
USA
The Healthy Flavor
USA

Mama et de Bebe Hawk
USA

54 thoughts on “And…the (final VVP) Blogroll, Please!

  1. Shira

    Fabulous Annie! Congrats to you on bringing together another (very) successful event! Looking forward to this….it’s going to be a (very) busy reading weekend 🙂 xo Well done!!

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      1. emmycooks

        I know–last time I think I spent a couple weeks browsing my way through at a leisurely pace. It’s like having a good book–I don’t know if I like reading fast or slow better. 🙂

      2. An Unrefined Vegan

        I know what you mean. I feel sort of obligated to go through quickly and let everyone know I’m “there,” but that way you really miss so much. Argh! It’s a good problem to have, though!

  2. Elle Kay

    So looking forward to doing it, will start cooking soon. I have one question though: since the time should roughly be the same, you recommended scheduling. Problem is, wordpress scheduling does not work (doesnt get posted). And for UK, 4 in the morning is not the time I´m up…

    Reply
    1. emmycooks

      Hi Elle! Not to jump in for Annie here, but I’ve had good luck scheduling posts on WordPress AND I’ve had great responses from their tech support people. If you’re having trouble, I’m sure that WordPress can help you get it fixed up before the VVP. 🙂

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      1. An Unrefined Vegan

        Thanks, Emmy! I agree – WP techies are REALLY super responsive and helpful. They’ve straightened out several issues for me. I use the scheduling feature every day. You just have to make sure you’ve set the time zone correctly in settings and then watch for the way you type in the time – it’s a 24-hour clock.

  3. Richgail Enriquez

    Wow! What a list. I’m sharing the same line as “V is for Vegetables” but I take that I’m after her 🙂 Looking forward to the potluck!

    Reply
  4. Julie

    WOW! I am super excited to be a part of this, especially since it’s my first time! Looks like an awesome project, thanks for all the hard work that was put into it….can’t wait to post and read all of the other recipes! =)

    Reply
    1. An Unrefined Vegan

      Bummer, Kammie! I should’ve asked you but I just got buried with all kinds of things…Definitely next time! I think that the VVP will soon have its own blog which (maybe – assuming it works!) you can follow so you don’t miss out next time.

      Reply
  5. Sophie33

    Waw, Annie! What an impressive & long list from bloggers from all around the world & to achieve this vegan top dinner is amazing! Well done!

    I am so happy to participate too! I invented a georgous vegan salad: you just wait & see! 🙂 xxx Now, I am off to discover the other blogs, I don”t know! 🙂 Yeah!!

    Reply
      1. VegansHusband

        I love that you think I won’t be eating darn near every recipe on here! Sure, Let’s go with “virtual” fat! and then I can blame you when it actually sticks 😉

      1. VegansHusband

        No, totally. All vegan food is like eating raw spinach and kale, right?

        You know, spinach waffles with kale syrup, spinach pasta with kale sauce, and spinach cupcakes and kale frosting.

        Ew. That just sounds weird. . .

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