#LunchBreakLIVE with Cowhugger Co-Creator Stephanie Terronez and Animal Hostage Negotiator/Real Estate Activist Renée Marinkovich making tasty tacos for the COUNTDOWN to VegFest Los Angeles happening on May 5th in Woodley Park. Have you ever shopped Cowhugger’s fabulous and fun fashions?

Featuring many companies and their products who will be participating in the upcoming VegFest LA, including Follow Your Heart’s cheese, Lakanto’s sugar, Cena Vegan’s meat alternatives, and The Real Coconut UK’s coconut chips. Delicious!

Paige Parsons Roache reports live for JaneUnChained.com

 

#LunchBreakLIVE's Cowhugger Makes Salsa! Hear From Real Estate Activist!

Join us for #LunchBreakLIVE with Cowhugger Co-Creator Stephanie Terronez and Animal Hostage Negotiator/Real Estate Activist Renée Marinkovich as they make tasty tacos for COUNTDOWN to VegFest Los Angeles happening on May 5th in Woodley Park. Have you ever shopped Cowhugger’s fabulous and fun fashions? Watch live to see for yourselves!Featuring many companies and their products who will be participating in the upcoming VegFest LA, including Follow Your Heart’s cheese, Lakanto’s sugar, Cena Vegan’s meat alternatives and The Real Coconut UK’s coconut chips. Delicious!Paige Parsons Roache reports live for JaneUnChained.com

Posted by Jane Velez-Mitchell on Wednesday, April 24, 2019

 

Cowhugger Vegan Boutique and many other awesome vegan vendors will be at VegFestLA this year on May 5, 2019!  Its FREE admission, family friendly, and of course vegan-friendly!

Meet the founders of Cowhugger:

 

Founders of Cowhugger.

 

Let’s check out some of the awesome products from Cowhugger’s!

 

 

 

 

 

Now, back to the awesome vegan food from the video above!  Who doesn’t love tacos?

 

Stephanie Terronez and Animal Hostage Negotiator/Real Estate Activist Renée Marinkovich showing off their tacos.

 

The ingredients for the taco extravaganza.

 

Stephanie Terronez and Animal Hostage Negotiator/Real Estate Activist Renée Marinkovich and Paige Parsons-Roache.

 

Who wants the recipe?

Corrine’s Grandma Jo’s Salsa

 
1 Large Can Whole Tomatoes
4 Green Onions
1/2 White Onion
1 Bunch Cilantro
Serrano Peppers
Juice from 4 Limes
3/4 -1 Tbsp Garlic Powder
Salt & Pepper to taste
Habanero Pepper (optional)

Dash of sugar for taste (optional)

Add all ingredients to a food processor and pulse to desired consistency.

(Trim ends off green onions and add whole, cut stems off serrano peppers and add whole as many as you want depending on your desire for spice!)

For the tacos:

Sauté chopped or thinly sliced
1/2 a Sweet Onion
Large Red Pepper
Add any other veggies you desire
Onceifhtly brown, add in a pre-made JackFruit package of your choice. Mix it all together, add to warm tortilla of choice, squeeze lime on top and garnish with fresh cilantro, this homemade salsa and Follow Your Heart sour cream.
Photo Contribution:  Paige Parsons-Roache