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Virtual Vegan Potluck

Virtual Vegan Potluck

Bringing vegan food bloggers together to share a virtual potluck, linked by a blog circle – and our love of cooking, eating and sharing. Participating bloggers will post recipes – from appetizers to desserts – and photos on the day of the event. Non-vegans welcome as long as they prepare a cruelty- and animal-free dish.

May 8, 2013
I will no longer be posting Virtual Vegan Potluck information and updates on this page.  The permanent home of the Virtual Vegan Potluck can be found here.  Potlucks are held twice a year – once in May and again in November.  Please stop by, and if you’re a food blogger, we’d love to have you come to the next party!

April 10, 2013
What are you doing here??  You need to get over to the Virtual Vegan Potluck blog ASAP and sign-up for the May 11 Potluck!

January 9, 2013
Virtual Vegan Potluck t-shirts now available on the VVP blog for the ridiculously low, low price of $15.00!  This is a high-quality, 100% cotton tee emblazoned with the green and black VVP logo.  Show your VVP pride!  Click here to go to the VVP store!

VVP Tee Shirt, Front

VVP Tee Shirt, Back

November 1, 2012: VIRTUAL VEGAN POTLUCK DAY!

Finally the big day got here!  I’ve just gone through the complete Potluck and am so impressed with the recipes.  Everyone truly outdid themselves.

We’ve had a few snafus, drop-outs, late-comers and no-shows, but overall, things are working pretty well.  Both Lidia and Somer have been busting their tails contacting bloggers and making sure everything is running smoothly.  Thanks to everyone for participating!!

Here is the final group:

HOST SITE
Vegan Bloggers Unite!

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
Jason and the Veganauts
USA
No Food With A Face
Australia
40 Fit in the Mitt
USA
The Vegan Kat
USA
VegHotPot
UK

The Misfit Baker
Canada
Barefoot Essence
USA
Earthgiven Kitchen
Canada
Lemongrass and Ginger
Australia
Positively Vegan
USA

Beverages
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

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

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
Live.Learn.Love.Eat.
Canada
Vegan Gypsy
USA
Cocina de Nihacc
Spain
Cauldrons and Cupcakes
Australia
Emmy Cooks
USA

Main Dishes
Cheerfully Vegan
USA
V is for Vegetables
USA
Astig Vegan
USA
In Pursuit of More
Canada
My Sister’s Pantry
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
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
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

October 16, 2012

Pretty cool, huh?!  105 bloggers!  May I present to you the final list of participants in order:

HOST SITE
Vegan Bloggers Unite!

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
Jason and the Veganauts
USA
No Food With A Face
Australia
40 Fit in the Mitt
USA
The Vegan Kat
USA
VegHotPot
UK

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

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
Live. Learn. Love. Eat.
Canada
Vegan Gypsy
USA
Cocina de Nihacc
Spain
Cauldrons and Cupcakes
Australia
Emmy Cooks
USA

Main Dishes
Cheerfully Vegan
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
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
George’s Smart Hearts
USA

October 9, 2012

So many awesome blogs have signed up for the Potluck!  For a current list, please visit The Potluck page at the Virtual Vegan Potluck website.

October 8, 2012

Ready to join the Potluck?  It’s easy.  Just visit the VVP website, click on How To Join and fill out the form.  And don’t forget to spread the word!  More participants means…more food!

October 5, 2012

As of this morning and in no particular order (I haven’t gotten as far as sorting blogs into categories…), here’s who we have joining the Potluck:

Vedged Out
In Pursuit of More
40 Fit in the Mitt
Saving the World One Bite at a Time!
Turning Veganese
Air Eater
Spontaneous Tomato
Earth Friendly Sara
Former Fish Taco Fanatic
Blissful Britt
That Was Vegan?
Earthgiven Kitchen
A Tablespoon of Liz
Being Vegan
The Imperfect Nutritarian
Veganosaurus
Glue and Glitter
Keepin’ It Kind
The Misfit Baker
An Unrefined Vegan
My Plant-Based Family
Vegan Sparkles
Luminous Vegans
Vegan Fling
Oh My Potluck!
Veganville
Vegan Monologue
Astig Vegan
Lorna’s Tearoom Delights
Emmy Cooks
Running Eater
The Vegan Kat
Cupcakes and Showtunes
Bite Me (I’m Vegan)
Sweet Veg
The Cruelty-free Review
Lemongrass and Ginger
Veggie Nook
Sophie’s Foodie Files
The Veg Bar

I’m also working on getting everyone’s site onto a Potluck board on Pinterest.  Thanks to everyone who has signed up! 

October 3, 2012

The VVP website launches tomorrow!


September 21, 2012:

The date for the next Virtual Vegan Potluck will be November 1, which just happens to be World Vegan Day!  Time to start thinking about what dish you are “bringing” to the party.

Work on the VVP website continues and it’s looking great!  You’ll be able to sign up for the Potluck, find out how it works, meet the bloggers who participated in the last Potluck and get to know me, Somer and Jason.  Cannot wait to unveil the site!  In the meantime, here’s the VVP logo/button/badge:

VVP Logo

May 22, 2012:

If you’ve just come across this page and are wondering what the Virtual Vegan Potluck is, well, read on!   Back in March I got to thinking about the relationships I was developing between me and other blogs and how this warm, wonderful community had sprung up based on…food.  It felt like I had a whole lot of friends out there in the blogosphere and since gatherings of friends makes one think about sharing good eats, drinks and conversation it made sense to want to connect on one special day so we could show off some of our most creative vegan treats.  The idea of throwing a virtual party was born.

The first Virtual Vegan Potluck held on May 12 was a smashing success.  After the tables were cleared, the dishes washed and put away, our first question was: when is the next one??  Tentatively scheduled for early November to take advantage of a new season and the upcoming holidays, we hope the next VVP will be bigger, better and tastier than the first one.  There are lots of fun developments coming down the pike, too.  You don’t want to miss out, do you? 

All of us love to cook, bake and eat and since we are bloggers, we also love to share those activities with our readers.  Though the theme of our Potluck is vegan, cooks of all stripes are invited to join the party.  The only rule is that the dish provided is animal-free.  If you are a food blogger and are open to creating a dish that does not include meat, fish or dairy products, then we want you at our party.  Keep tuned to this page for updates and specific information about the next Potluck!

May 17, 2012:

There are some good things simmering in the VVP kitchen!  Cannot wait to share the goodies with you all, but there are lots of little details to work out first.  In the meantime, the Virtual Vegan Potluck has ventured into the world of social media.  Please visit the new Facebook Page and check that little Like box and while you’re there, leave a comment or two.  And don’t forget to add @veganpotluck to your Twitter follows. 

May 12, 2012:

It’s just past 1 pm here in Oklahoma and I’ve made it through each and every participating blog.  GREAT JOB, everyone!  The recipes are rock solid delicious.  If they don’t convert some omnivores to the wonders of plant-based eating – nothing will!  Thank you so very much.  A special thanks to our omnivores out there.  Amazing contributions.  Thanks for stepping outside your comfort zones – we all appreciate that.  I hope this little shindig is bringing some traffic, new friends and followers to everyone.  It’s great to see the comments and feel the enthusiasm.

We had a few small fires, a few mishaps, a few missing blogs.  To be expected.  Next time we’ll get the kinks worked out and this Potluck thing will run like a well-oiled machine.  I’ll be posting a post-game within the next few days and we’ll talk about the next big vegan potluck event.  In the meantime, here’s an updated participant list.  We did lose a few folks, I’m sorry to say.  Please take one last look before updating your links for the final time.  Any no-shows that contact me before the end of the day will be added to the end of the list, if they desire.  Finally…bon appetit!

Potluck Participants

Host Site
Vegan Bloggers Unite!

Appetizers
Air Eater
ASTIG Vegan
In Fine Balance
That Was Vegan?
Things My Belly Likes
Watch Me Lose 150 Pounds

Beverages
40 Fit in the Mitt
Former Fish Taco Fanatic
Bacon Is Not An Herb
Good Clean Food
Tearoom Delights
Turning VEGANese

Salads
Anne Sture Tucker
Dudette Here!
Keepin’ It Kind
Rubber Cowgirl/Vegans Do It Better
Vegan Sparkles
Veggie What Now

Breads
An Unrefined Vegan (savory)
Cocina de Nihacc (savory)
In Pursuit of More (savory)
My Plant-based Family (sweet)
Sensual Appeal (sweet)

Mains
Cauldrons & Cupcakes
Emmy Cooks
Jenmi Jenmi
Joyness Sparkles
Luminous Vegans
Meizac’s Blog
The Not Starving Novelist
The Twenties Project
The Vegan Kat
Tiny Kitchen Stories
Toxic Vegan
Unsweetened Cocoa
V is for Vegetables
Veggie Witch

Sides
A Life Vegetarian
Bringing Europe Home
Everyday Vegan Girl
I Ate Lunch
Terra, Not Terror
Veg Hot Pot
Vegan Fling

Soups/Stews
Christine Robyn
Foodie McBooty
The Adventures of Vegan Charlie
Veganmonologue

Dessert
Blissful Britt
Cruelty Free Review
Eat Pray Bake
Fridge Scrapings
Go Bake Yourself
Herbivoress
Lindsay is Vegan
Naughty Vegan
The Hearty Herbivore
The Misfit Baker
The Savvy Sister
The Veg Bar
The Veggie Nook
Veggie 4 A Year
Veggie V’s Vegan Adventure

May 7, 2012:

Two new participants have been added to the list!  Welcome Watch Me Lose 150 Pounds and Lindsay is Vegan!  One participant has backed out.  Below is the updated list.  Please use this when inserting your URL links.

Potluck Participants

Host Site
Vegan Bloggers Unite!

Appetizers
Air Eater
ASTIG Vegan
In Fine Balance
That Was Vegan?
Things My Belly Likes
Watch Me Lose 150 Pounds

Beverages
40 Fit in the Mitt
Former Fish Taco Fanatic
Bacon Is Not An Herb
Good Clean Food
Tearoom Delights
Turning VEGANese

Salads
Along Comes Mary
Anne Sture Tucker
Dudette Here!
Keepin’ It Kind
Rubber Cowgirl/Vegans Do It Better
Vegan Sparkles
Veggie What Now

Breads
An Unrefined Vegan (savory)
Cocina de Nihacc (savory)
In Pursuit of More (savory)
My Plant-based Family (sweet)
Sensual Appeal (sweet)

Mains
Cauldrons & Cupcakes
Emmy Cooks
Jenmi Jenmi
Joyness Sparkles
Luminous Vegans
Meizac’s Blog
The Not Starving Novelist
The Twenties Project
The Vegan Kat
Tiny Kitchen Stories
Toxic Vegan
Unsweetened Cocoa
V is for Vegetables
Veggie Witch

Sides
A Life Vegetarian
Bringing Europe Home
Everyday Vegan Girl
I Ate Lunch
Karma Chef
Terra, Not Terror
Veg Hot Pot
Vegan Fling

Soups/Stews
Christine Robyn
Foodie McBooty
The Adventures of Vegan Charlie
Veganmonologue

Dessert
Blissful Britt
Cruelty Free Review
Eat Pray Bake
Fridge Scrapings
Go Bake Yourself
Herbivoress
Lindsay is Vegan
Naughty Vegan
Rachel in Veganland
The Hearty Herbivore
The Misfit Baker
The Savvy Sister
The Veg Bar
The Veggie Nook
Veggie 4 A Year
Veggie V’s Vegan Adventure

May 4, 2012:

Mrs. Buena Vida dropped out.  Maybe next time?

May 3, 2012: Updates to Participant List!

I’ve added Emmy Cooks and Mrs. Buena Vida to the participant list.  Just couldn’t say no!  Mrs. Buena Vida is not in a category yet, but stay tuned…

May 2, 2012: Linking

Below are instructions on how to connect your Potluck posts to the blogs that come before yours and after yours.  The instructions look long and scary.  It’s just an illusion.  All of you have done this very exact thing in your blogs – probably every time you write a post.  Just take it slow and email me with any questions.

The two graphics (for WordPress users) follow the instructions.  Just copy them and paste them into a folder or spot on your computer where you’ll be able to find them easily.  To find the blogs that precede and follow yours, scroll down to the April 29 update.  (They are all “clickable” so that you can get the URLs directly from the sites.)  I’ve kept this list current and will continue to do so.  With any luck, we won’t have any changes to this list!  For detailed information about timing, suggestions and why links are important, please refer to my May 2 post, Virtual Vegan Potluck: The Links Edition.

FOR WORDPRESS USERS:
Method 1, Inserting Graphics with Links:
1) It would be helpful to have the rough draft of your post, including photos of your food item, ready before you insert the two graphics.
2) Open your draft post.
3) Scroll to the bottom of your post and hit return one or two times.
4) Click on the camera/musical notes icon at the top of the draft, next to the words Upload/Insert.
5) From the From Computer tab, click on Select Files (or drag in the files).
6) When the graphics have been uploaded insert one (“go back”) then the other (“go forward”) into your post. One graphic should be above the other.
7) Click on the “go back” graphic and then click on the small photo icon at the top left of the graphic.
8) Next to where it says Link URL you’ll see the URL for the photo.  Delete this and insert the URL for the blog that precedes yours in the Potluck (i.e., www.nonexistentveganblog.com).
9) Click update.  Do the same thing with the “go forward” graphic, except this time, insert the URL for the blog that follows yours.
10) Click update.  You are done.

Method 2, Linking within Text:
We’ve all done this method.  It looks something like this:

To visit the blog that precedes mine in the Potluck, click here!
To visit the blog that follows mine in the Potluck, click here!
To start at the beginning of the Potluck, click here!

(Of course, you will think of a much more clever way to write this – preferably using the name of the preceding and following blogs.)

1) Write your text, inviting readers to move backward and forward through the Potluck.  I would suggest that this text be at or near the bottom of your post so it’s the last thing that people read.
2) Highlight the portion of the text that you want to use as a link (i.e., “click here”).
3) At the top of your draft post, click on the little chain link button.
4) At the very top of the window that opens, insert the URL for the blog that precedes yours in the Potluck.
5) Click on the little box that says Open Link in a New Window/Tab.
6) Click Update.
7) Do the same thing for the blog that follows you in the Potluck.
8)  You’re done!

Remember, you won’t see a picture/graphic with this method.  It’s only text.

I’m planning on employing both methods to reinforce that I am part of a circle of bloggers – and I’m going to include a link for people to go to the very beginning of the Potluck.

FOR BLOGGER USERS:
Method 1, Linking within Text:
Is the same as Method 2 above.  Simply apply a link to text you’ve written.
1) Open your draft post and highlight the text you would like to link.
2) Click Link.
3) In Edit Link, paste in the URL of the blog to which you are linking.
4) Make sure that the Open This Link in a New Window is checked.
5) Click Okay.
6) Repeat this method for the other blog to which you are linking.
7) You’re done.

Method 2, Insert HTML:
1) Open your draft post for the Potluck.
2) Click on the HTML tab.
3) Scroll to the bottom of the post and hit Enter one or two times.
4) Copy and paste the following into your post:

<center>
<table>
<tbody>
<tr>
<td><a href=”http://INSERT URL OF BLOG THAT IS BEFORE YOU IN CIRCLE HERE“>

<img height=”100″ src=”https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-oqH6wwGND2M/T5xCGv4SO1I/AAAAAAAACJU/FwPRmJPyAhI/s512/left_arrowKH.png” /></a></td>

<td><a href=”http://anunrefinedvegan.com/virtual-vegan-potluck/”>

<img height=”120″ src=”https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-nj18r08E-BY/T5wF-ITsaAI/AAAAAAAACJI/L-iiANdaDCw/s512/keepeating.jpg” width=”120″ /></a></td>

<td><a href=”http://INSERT URL OF BLOG THAT IS AFTER YOU IN CIRCLE HERE“>

<img height=”100″ src=”https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-82b1alorBps/T5wAXhGMREI/AAAAAAAACIM/ffuYxkBXRo8/s512/right_arrowKH.png” /></a>

</td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>
</center>

5) Click Save and go back to the Compose tab.  You should see a graphic with two arrows, one pointing to the left and one pointing to the right.
6) Click Preview and make sure everything looks right.
7) Click Save one more time.
8) You’re done.

ALL BLOGGERS: Once you’ve published your posts MAKE SURE THAT YOUR LINKS GO WHERE THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO GO.  WordPress users can actually test their links prior to publication.  Do this by clicking Preview.  The links are clickable from that view.  And remember: update the URLs the day after the Potluck to reflect the exact post URL and not the generic blog URL:

Generic blog URL Example:  www.anunrefinedvegan.com
Specific blog post URL Exampe:  www.anunrefinedvegan.com/virtual-vegan-potluck-post-extraordinaire

GRAPHICS (for WordPress Users):
They DO NOT have to be this big in your posts, but I left them this way so you could make them whatever size you like.

Go Back Button

Go Forward Button

April 29, 2012

Wow!  Look at this list!  I’m kinda blown away to have so many participants – dear, familiar faces and new friends.  There’s still 2 more days for bloggers to sign on, so hopefully we’ll add a few more names to this list.

If you haven’t done so already and would like to add a VVP button to your blog, scroll down to my very first post here.  There are a couple from which to choose.  A quick word about the HTML.  I know some of you might be feeling a little nervous about this step.  Don’t worry!  It’s really as simple as cutting and pasting and I’ll make my directions as clear as I can.  If you still have questions, you know how to reach me.  I will be posting the HTML on or around May 2 (I’m asking a third party to test it for me – I’m not completely crazy!).  And I also want to give a little lag time to any stragglers who may join at the last minute.

Finally, those of you who are still on the fence as to category, try to let me know before the deadline.  Thanks to all you fantastic bloggers!!

Host Site
Vegan Bloggers Unite!

Appetizers
Air Eater
ASTIG Vegan
In Fine Balance
That Was Vegan?
Things My Belly Likes

Beverages
40 Fit in the Mitt
Former Fish Taco Fanatic
Bacon Is Not An Herb
Good Clean Food
Tearoom Delights
Turning VEGANese

Salads
Along Comes Mary
Anne Sture Tucker
Dudette Here!
Keepin’ It Kind
Rubber Cowgirl/Vegans Do It Better
Vegan Sparkles
Veggie What Now

Breads
An Unrefined Vegan (savory)
Cocina de Nihacc (savory)
In Pursuit of More (savory)
My Plant-based Family (sweet)
Sensual Appeal (sweet)

Mains
Cauldrons & Cupcakes
Emmy Cooks
Jenmi Jenmi
Joyness Sparkles
Luminous Vegans
Meizac’s Blog
The Not Starving Novelist
The Twenties Project
The Vegan Kat
Tiny Kitchen Stories
Toxic Vegan
Unsweetened Cocoa
V is for Vegetables
Veggie Witch

Sides
A Life Vegetarian
Bringing Europe Home
Everyday Vegan Girl
I Ate Lunch
Karma Chef
Terra, Not Terror
Veg Hot Pot
Vegan Fling

Soups/Stews
Christine Robyn
Foodie McBooty
The Adventures of Vegan Charlie
Veganmonologue

Dessert
Blissful Britt
Cruelty Free Review
Eat Pray Bake
Fridge Scrapings
Go Bake Yourself
Herbivoress
Lindsay is Vegan
Live Learn Love Eat
Naughty Vegan
Rachel in Veganland
The Hearty Herbivore
The Misfit Baker
The Savvy Sister
The Veg Bar
The Veggie Nook
Veggie 4 A Year
Veggie V’s Vegan Adventure

April 27, 2012:

Okay, kids, here we go.  This is the list to date of the (wonderful!) bloggers signed up to take part in the VVP on May 12.  I have this nagging feeling I’m forgetting someone – so if you contacted me and don’t see your blog here – smack me upside the head and then send me an email (or comment here) to anunrefinedvegan@gmail.com.  For those of you who are undecided, take a look at the list and let the inspiration flow.  Just let me know by April 30 which course strikes your fancy. If you haven’t signed up yet (wha?!) then by all means, do so!  Email me at the address above.  I would love to include your blog.

The response has been really amazing and heartwarming and I’m so happy to have both vegans and omnivores on this list.  Proving once again that the power of baking, cooking, drinking and eating can build great (vegan) potlucks.

Undecided
Anne Sture Tucker
Blissful Britt
Cocina de Nihacc
In Fine Balance
Marinating Online
My Plant-based Family
Project See Life
Rachel in Veganland
The Hearty Herbivore
The Not Starving Novelist
The Wanderlust Gene
Toxic Vegan
Turning VEGANese
Veganmonologue

Appetizers
Air Eater
ASTIG Vegan
That Was Vegan?
Things My Belly Likes

Beverages
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April 23, 2012:

Thanks to everyone who has signed on!  Couple of places to share and get info:

An Unrefined Vegan Page on Facebook
Virtual Vegan Potluck Event Page on Facebook
@AnOlive on Twitter
Unrefined Vegan on Pinterest

I’ll be on the road for a few days so updating the names of participating bloggers on Pinterest and on the FB Event page may be a bit behind, but I’ll get there!  When I get back, I’ll be posting a list of participating bloggers right here on this page, along with their chosen course.  FYI we have a few “blank spots” in Main Dishes, Salads, Sides and Breads.

April 21, 2012:

If you read my initial post about this event, then you know most of the details.  If not (of if so) – read on!

I’ve been enjoying the blogging community so much and making so many wonderful connections that I thought it would be really fun to get a bunch of us together to create a virtual potluck.  We’re all cooking and baking up a storm anyway – why not coordinate our efforts and put on a really spectacular, show-stopper of a meal?  The idea is for food/recipe bloggers – vegan or not – to “get together” on one day to share a feast.  Hopefully a really large meal with all kinds of interesting and creative goodies!  A VVP button at the bottom of everyone’s posts will take readers to and from the participating blogs.  All you have to do is choose a course category, dig up a great recipe, make it and then publish a post about it along with photographs so we can all drool.  It can be raw, baked, steamed, slow-cooked, pressure-cooked, Vitamixed, stir-fried, sauteed, pureed, gluten-free, sans sugar – anything goes as long as it’s animal- and cruelty-free.

Aren’t vegan?  I’d still love for you to participate.  C’mon!  You just need to prepare something that excludes any and all animal products (otherwise I couldn’t call it a “vegan” potluck, see?).  Easy-peasy.  Bonus: you don’t have to dress up, clean the house or find a sitter for the kids.

Ready to sign on?  Email me at anunrefinedvegan@gmail.com with your blog’s name and the course for which you’ll be cooking.  The deadline to sign up is April 30 and the Potluck will be on May 12.

Course Categories
Beverages
Appetizers/Starters
Breads (Savory, such as rolls, baguette, cornbread, biscuits)
Breads (Sweet, such as banana bread, fruit muffins, cinnamon rolls)
Soups/Stews
Salads
Sides
Main Course
Desserts

Here’s how you can participate:

1) Email me at anunrefinedvegan@gmail.com and let me know you are participating and in what category.  I don’t need to know what dish you’re making – it’s more fun to see your creativity the day of the Potluck!
2) Choose a dish for one of the categories above.
3) Spread the word!  All of those food blogs you’ve been following, commenting on and stalking?  Send a message and invite them to the party!  And if you were to mention it in a blog post, that would be the coolest.
4) Check this space a day or two after the deadline for the final list of participants so that you know which blog is before you in the circle and which blog is after you in the circle.  This is important for when you plug in the necessary HTML to get readers navigated around the participating blogs.
5) Prepare your dish, take photos and write a post about it – making sure to include the HTML code that will get readers from one blog post to the next.  You’ll have about two weeks post-deadline to make and photograph your dish – so no stress!
6) Grab one of the buttons below to place on the sidebar of your blog (which should link to this page) and one (the one with the arrows – COMING SOON) to place at the bottom of your blog post.  This is the one that moves readers around.  If you are the first person or last person in the Potluck, I have different buttons for you which I will email directly.
7) Publish the post on the day of the Potluck.
8) Update your HTML the day after the Potluck so that the links to the blogs before/after you are not the generic blog URLs, but will take readers directly to the Potluck posts.  This way readers won’t be confused if they land on a post that isn’t Potluck-related.
9) Socialize!  Visit all of the participating blogs, Like, Comment and Share on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.

Buttons copy & paste onto your blog (remember to have button link back to this page when clicked):

VVP Button

VVP Button Color

VVP Button Sepia

** BUTTON WITH NAVIGATING ARROWS COMING SOON **

** HTML CODE COMING SOON **

I’ll be updating this page with the names of participating blogs as well as any other pertinent information that comes along.  Looking forward to seeing you at the Potluck!

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  1. [...] unrefined…and cruelty-free HomeAboutOther Voices, Other VegansSubstitutionsVirtual Vegan PotluckWhat’s That?Yeah, But Does It Taste Good? Apr 21 2012 Leave a comment By An [...]

  2. I’m SO in for this! I have to think about what I will make and respond soon. What a super fantabulous idea!! :)

  3. Dudette says:

    Oh gosh, such a great idea!

  4. Hi there! It’s very flattering to be invited to the party (and I do love a party), even though I’m not a food blogger, as you might have noticed. Though I’m not a vegan, I think I could come up with vegetarian, that everyone would enjoy, if I were to cook Sri Lankan, if that’s ok? Now, the big problem is technology. I didn’t understand a word of what you were talking about regarding buttons, queues, HTML, Code, etc., etc.!

    • I’d love to have you participate – the idea really is to get a good, diverse group of people – even if blogging about food isn’t your “normal” thing. We all eat, right? As far as the technical stuff, I’ll walk you through it (I’m no expert myself) so don’t worry about that. As for what you’re making, vegetarian is fine as long as you can include the vegan alternative (i.e., vegan butter for dairy butter/nut milk for dairy milk/egg replacer for eggs/vegan cheeze for dairy cheese). You don’t have to cook/bake it that way, just include the vegan alternative in your recipe/description. Will that work? Obviously I would discourage you from making something that relies mostly on eggs or cream: flans, omelets, etc. So – still interested ;-)?

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  12. bar says:

    Ann, you are amazing! What will I make?!

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  16. vegancharlie says:

    Alrighty I know we talked about it somewhere else but I am participating and I want to make a stew or soup I know I said side before but I want to try something new! :D um…darn it I don’t want to ask without giving away my idea I want it to be awesommee. I love love Love this idea. and its in may so it gives me something to do while i’m not in school :P

  17. naughtyvegan says:

    Oooo I want to join too. BUT I’m not here on May 12th…but I can postpone the publish date to the 12th…just won’t be here for the comments, etc.

    I’d love to make a desert…I’ve been wanting to do a Persian desert ideal for the summer heat!!

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  21. Just joined on FB. I’m in for desserts.

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  23. healthyflow says:

    I love this idea! I’m so in. I’ll email you with the category in a minute.

  24. unsweetenedcocoa says:

    This sounds like fun! I’d love to make a main for the potluck–if you could sign up my blog, http://www.unsweetenedcocoa.ca, that would be fantastic.

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  29. Ok…. I’ve decided. Put me down for an App / starting nibbles!

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  32. So excited for this! Just sent you an email signing up for the beverage category!

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  35. Hi Ann! i’ll be “brining” a dessert!

  36. Hey there, Ann! I’ve just popped over, via Lorna’s tearooms site. I’d love to join you for the potluck, and as usual, I’m getting in at the last minute! In fact, I did a post on oven caramalized fennel only a few days ago–can I bring that? (Or is there a rule against leftovers? ;-) )
    At any rate, please do put me down for a side.
    I’ll email you as well.
    Three gold stars to you for a very creative idea!

    • Wow! First in line or last minute – no matter! You’re here now ;-)! Glad to welcome you on board. I’ll put you down for a side. If you’ve blogged about the fennel (which sounds fantastic, btw. One of my favorite things to eat.) already, I’d prefer you do something new. Thanks!!

  37. Got it! And I’ve already come up with something…:-)

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  40. Count me in, if I am still invited!;-) I will be emailing you in a moment, & will post an html badge on my page when you get ‘em up! Woo hoo!

  41. bar says:

    Holy cannoli girl! This thing is major! I know you’re dessert heavy, but I’m going to go dessert (let’s be real – we really can never have enough). I working on figuring out a “healthy” pie!

  42. veghotpot says:

    Ive got friends coming round the day Im making my side dish to try it….you know so I can make sure it works in a party atmosphere :D

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  44. mrsbuenavida says:

    did I show up too late?

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  55. jasongillett says:

    Excited and grateful to slide into the line-up! Wednesday will be my teaser post, with tons of FB/Pintrest/Tweet chatter getting pumped out up until the big day! Excited to meet all the peeps!

  56. jasongillett says:

    Hey gang- I was thinking about (also) putting our recipe into a pdf that will be downloadbale from our site on the big day for VVP visitors- something they could grab if they wanted before dashing off to the next dish….

    This made me think about how cool it might be to compile a list of all 66 or so into a downloadbale cookbook style document- and well heck, I was thinking we’d give it away for free, but if we put it up on Amazon self-pub and charge 2-4 bucks, we could take all (lol- all) the $$ and donate it or reinvest in the next event with advertizing dollars… or you know.. beer. Or free… It’s late, I’m excited, just tossing ideas out.

    If we attempted the bigger version of this, it isn’t something we’d need to compile before Saturday- it could be something that could hit the market a week or 2 after the dust settled.

  57. [...] The Virtual Vegan Potluck is this Saturday! I can’t wait for you guys (or should I say “y’all,” since I’m not a Southern Cook?) to check out what I have in store, as well as what the other foodies are bringing to the table! [...]

  58. All ready to go! Scheduled for 9AM PST. Let me know if I should make that earlier!

    • jasongillett says:

      I didn’t see this until too late, but this brings up a good point. We will be A-OK for VVP1, but for VVP2 we may need to have a scheduled roll out time so the whole experience is available at the same time (unless you guys did and I missed it). This is looking outrageously awesome! Can’t wait for tomorrow! Oh, it is tomorrow. Where does the time go? Night all!!

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  92. jasongillett says:

    Even now when the event is over/ ending, I am finding this list of heroes VERY handy- now I have 2-3 weeks worth of awesome recipes I can post on my FB Page and Twitter- ready made content that I am proud to pass on. Great event everyone! I can’t wait for the next one! What do you think, 4 a year? Won’t the holiday event be HUGE!! Much <3 Jason/ @Atkins2Vegan /FB: Atkins to Vegan in a Heartbeat/ Watch Me Lose 150 Pounds…

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  113. Linda Jones says:

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