Vancouver with Love

Elizabeth is a talented home cook, photographer, recipe developer, and content creator who resides in Vancouver, Canada. Originally from Britain, she recently obtained Canadian citizenship and has been passionately blogging for nearly 8 years.

Elizabeth's culinary journey has always revolved around plant-based food. As a vegetarian since the age of four and a vegan for the past decade, she aims to showcase the delectable and inspiring side of vegan cuisine while promoting its health benefits and simplicity. Through her blog, she shares her love for creating beautiful dishes using plant-based ingredients, proving that vegan food can be both delicious and accessible.

Being a self-taught home cook, Elizabeth prides herself on crafting easy and drool-worthy recipes that readers will enjoy making repeatedly. Her ultimate goal is to provide a repertoire of recipes that will become staples in your kitchen. At Vancouver with Love, you'll find a delightful collection of vegan recipes, all made from whole food ingredients and naturally free from gluten and refined sugar. Rest assured; each recipe is thoroughly taste-tested by Elizabeth herself.

In addition to her culinary creations, Elizabeth's passion for travel shines through on her blog. Recognizing the challenges of maintaining a plant-based diet while on the go, she shares valuable insights in her vegan travel guides. Whether you're seeking plant-based restaurants, vegan-friendly accommodations, or a delightful vegan afternoon tea experience, Elizabeth has got you covered. Her expertise spans across various destinations such as San Diego, Seattle, London, and of course, Vancouver.

It's important to note that Elizabeth's recipes are not intended to provide nutritional guidance or promote a specific "healthy eating" doctrine. While her creations are naturally vegan, gluten-free, and free from refined sugar, they reflect her personal approach to incorporating whole foods and embracing a diverse range of natural, plant-based ingredients. Any mention of nutritional aspects, such as protein content or vitamin composition, serves as informational rather than prescriptive advice.