If there’s one thing Adventists are fond of, it’s their veggie meat. And why not? Adventists were pioneers in the field of meat alternatives (aka “meat analogues.” Blech. Good thing they stuck with the other title.) Plus, though the meat is faux, the enjoyment is real. Let’s be honest: Veggie meat tastes nothing like their meat counterparts. But they still taste pretty good, especially the ones that substitute for the unclean meats. Mmmmm, clean-unclean (non)meat.

LOMA LINDA, Calif. — Edith Greenley, the 110-year-old Adventist Loma Linda resident who shot to international fame earlier this year for sending a would-be mugger to the hospital, has been hired Read more […]

SILVER SPRING, Md. — “This morning gratuitous pictures surfaced online of vegan Health Ministries Department employees consuming unconscionable quantities of dessert at the Baltimore Cheesecake Read more […]

Ah, haystacks: Beloved dish of NAD Adventists, bafflement to Adventists elsewhere and taco salad to everyone else. Haystacks are typically made with corn chips, protein (usually beans) and assorted vegetables and sauces. The possible combinations are truly mind-boggling and endless. Therefore we humbly present our method to creating this delectable layered feast (and by “humbly present” we mean: Do it this way or else.) So let’s make hay(stacks) while the sun shines!