Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Happy Birthday, Papa Tofu!


Last year I put together Papa Tofu, a 75 page vegan cookzine chock full o' recipes, craft projects and advice. It's even got a full section of recipes for Ethiopian dishes including Injera you can make at home.

To celebrate PT making a year, I want to give away a copy of The Papa, to two of you fine readers. OK, it's not just to celebrate, it's also to prod some of you to de-lurk, and also because I don't want to eat cake this month, so this feels like a kind of party. Since I'll send the zines anywhere, don't be shy about posting. To be eligible for this glamorous give-away, simply post a -comment to this entry, and please tell me why you want a copy. If you really are DSM style shy, you don't have to write anything about yourself, instead tell me something about your mom or your fish. Come Monday, I'll randomly pick two of you lucky-lucky people.

If you're so tragically shy, you're unable to even post a public comment on the electronic information highway without breaking out into salty sweats, you can order the zine online. It's available for sale from both Cosmo's Vegan Shoppe in Atlanta, Georgia and Herbivore Clothing Company in Portland, Oregon.

Now, come into the light.

xo
kittee

95 comments:

  1. I've been reading your blog for a long time now and I love your inspiring recipes. As someone who is new to vegetarianism (Jan 2008)I find all kinds of ideas here. Keep cookin'!

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  2. My mom is ok and I don't have a fish, but I might have some mental disorders..
    but I want to win a copy of Papa Tofu SO bad! Normally, I would already have it, but my credit card is totally full.. The cover is really nice and it would look good in my DIY vegan zine collection on top of my piano. Plus, I'll get to read it from one cover to the other and try the recipes and crafts. and I'll probably be the only one in Quebec to do so..

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  3. Ethiopian food. 'nuf said. Sign me up!

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  4. I want a copy because I'm dying to try some new stuff in my new kitchen, and you want me to have one because you'll want me to show it to all my friends here in Sweden, right?

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  5. Pick me!! I would love a copy of Papa Tofu. I love Paku paku and use the site often especially for Ethiopian food. PIck me!

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  6. i would love a copy of the zine. i love experimenting with new vegan food and i've been wondering for a while about attempting some ethiopian recipes myself.

    plus your papa tofu guy on front is the cutest ever.

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  7. Hi Kittee! I'm de-lurking :-) I'm always impressed by your wonderful meals and baked goods (I wish I was as creative)...plus I always hearing about New Orleans - one of my favorite places in the world.
    ~Brook

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  8. De-lurking. I come to your blog to admire the fact that you're not shy about tackling big or unusual projects in the kitchen. I, on the other hand, tend to play it safe. Also, I <3 mochi!

    I want a copy of your zine because I love injera and I suddenly need to be able to make it and invite everyone I know around to eat with their hands and make a big filthy mess of themselves and my house. I wonder if it would be possible to source some Ethiopian beer...

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  9. Kittee,
    I've got a copy already, but if you randomly pick me, I'd give a copy to my friend who I know would really like it.

    You know me so I don't know what else to say!

    Oh yeah, happy papa tofu-versary!

    love,
    Michelle

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  10. oooo, I want a copy because I have tried a couple of your recipes and they have been outstanding. Plus I have wanted to make Ethiopian food. And it looks super cute

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  11. Oh Kittee, I would really love to have a copy! I know that I should get off my lazy as and just buy one, but... Okay, I have no excuse, but I would love to win one even more! Besides, I could seriously use some more savory food in my life before I go into a permanent sugar coma.

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  12. Happy Zine-i-versary!

    I'd love a copy because your food always looks so good, plus I love Ethiopian.

    I also have a DSM at home, one in my office, and access to it on the iPhone. I am a DSM-aholic. Since you mentioned it and all.

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  13. I have your blog bookmarked. When I discovered your blog I went all the way back and read all of your entries. I am in love with your kitchen, and your garden. You are so cute and colorful and I envy your pyrex collection. There was a very dry spell where you did not post and I was sad. I am not Vegan actually, just vegetarian. But I am always looking for new recipes and I often bake vegan treats. I don't have a fish, but I do have 2 big furry cats named Elton and Coop. My mom is kind of like a mixture of Betty Crocker and Martha stewart, she taught me everything I know about cooking and baking.
    Pick me pick me!!!!

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  14. Hi Kittee, consider me de-lurked.
    I'd like a copy cause I like food and your book is about food, I like cooking and your book is about cooking, I like recipes and this book is FULL OF RECIPES.
    Oh my god I think Papa Tofu and I must be soulmates! How else could you explain all these "co-incidences"?!

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  15. Miss Kittee, how exciting! Congratulations on your PT anniversary! Good work on flushing out the lurkers like myself - the prospect of winning your cookzine has definitely got me going. I'm keen because I love me some new vegan recipes - and especially with an Ethiopian flavour! And I'm in Australia, so you'll be spreadin' the word afar. Nice, nice, nice. Thanks for the chance of being in it to in it!

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  16. I'm delurking too. I read your blog on my feed-reader and love it!!

    I didn't know you wrote a zine. Looks fantastic and I love the title. Seriously, as a fellow zinester, I'm a little jealous of that title. :)

    So the reason that I want a title is because tofu is my 19 month old son's favorite food and I'm always collecting recipes for new ways to cook veg*n for him. :)

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  17. my fish passed a couple years ago...(rip jackson). my mom is still alive and eating meat!

    that looks like a mighty fine zine and i'd be one mighty happy vegan to get a copy.

    :)

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  18. look at all these delurkers coming out of the woodwork. it's so neat i want to be a part of it too! you and your blog are so rad. it's my favorite to read. i covet your kitchen and i love your caterpillar pics. happy birthday to papa tofu. i'd love a copy because ethiopian food and d.i.y. crafts are where it's at. i can then utilize my new found ethiopian food making and d.i.y. crafty skills to lure my pals over to the vegan side of the street. or to impress already vegan boys.... if i can find any.

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  19. lurk, lurk, lurk, De-Lurk! Hi! I love your blog, and you're adorable. And there's a picture on this post of a page talking about Tony Chachere's and the folks at the farm I moved to in VA looooove that stuff. Of course I don't know if that page was about how good that stuff is, or isn't. But great coincidence. Aaaaaand My good for me cooking habits have gone up a million percent since living on a farm and a copy of Papa Tofu would be just the thing to really boost the good food good times into outer space, or inner space perhaps. And, of course, Ethiopian food. I've been growing collards; maybe Papa Tofu will tell me how to cook them up Ethiopian style! Yowza, my fingers are crossed! Oh and it would look totally cute sitting on the shelf next to the little DIY cookbook from one of the other local OG farms around here. Thanks! Happy cookbookazinaversary!!

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  20. I bought Berbere and I don't know what to do with it!!

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  21. Kittee, it is Sarah T. in Austin. As you already know, I am incredibly lucky to already have a copy graciously gifted by you...and the recipes are well-written, easy to follow, fun to read, and super delicious at the end. I just wanted to say, Happy Birthday, Papa Tofu, and thank you for the delicious dishes!

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  22. I have been reading vegan food/food porn blogs avidly for a couple of months now - it has inspired me to go vegan again! (The last two attempts were nutritional disasters - high school naivety).

    I would love Papa Tofu because I have begun cooking more and more homemade vegan meals, and I'd like to try to make them more worldly! Plus, your cake (and other dessert) recipes look absolutely killer.

    Also, it's my birthday today too!

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  23. ooooh yeah!
    come on, zulu coconut #23!
    I want Papa Tofu 'cuz it's full of kittee goodness. I like cooking. I like crafties. I like new ideas.

    :) amey

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  24. Ohhhh - that cookzine looks awesome. I would love to try all the recipes and ideas - and it would be cool for you to know that people from the other side of the world are cooking YOUR wonderful recipes. (I have great faith that the recipes will be wonderful because everything I have seen and tried on your blog looks/tastes awesome!!

    Oh and I will blog about it and promote it as well ;)

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  25. Wow how fantastic!! Well.. what would I do with a great book like that? Everything from the first page to the last!! Actually maybe this book could be my new go to guide and friend. I would also love to learn how to buy these becuase hey why not share the love.
    Oh and I missed out on the ppk swap, so I would buy YOU something (does bribery work here??)
    Congrats by the way, its awesome that you've done this, I know how exciting this must be for you!!

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  26. I want a copy because you are an amazing, lovely lady!

    Um. Or if you don't like people buttering you up, I want one because I have never tried Ethiopian food and would love to have the chance to get recipes from someone experienced with it.

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  27. tofufreak neeeeds papa tofu to be complete :D (she has been eyeing him for a while now- since she first laid eyes on him-3 months and counting!)

    annnnd she has no way of getting it because of her underage-ness. (no credit card :[ and no plane ticket money :[)

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  28. I want one because someone snagged mine and I can't afford another one!

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  29. papa tofu is not only one of the best zines evah, it also has the coolest name everyone wishes they had come up with. for real.

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  30. I want a copy of Papa Tofu because how could anybody resist that sexy, fashionable tofu dude on the cover? If he can make me cookies, all the better.

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  31. Hello~ I have to admit that I've not been reading your blog for long, but I'm inspired by your ideas. I'd like the cookzine because, however much it shames me to admit it, I'm only just really learning how to cook properly~

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  32. Hi, I read your blog, don't have any fishes, and my mom lives on the other side of the world. I have a blog myself, and send a lot of people to yours, because your recipes rock, and your pictures are often in focus (unlike mine). Also,I highly approve of your photos of garden wildlife. There are no ethiopian restos in Edinburgh. *le sigh* After years of being spoiled by the cheap numminess of Montreal, I am *stranded without ethiopian food*. Stranded! Ahem. So I use your online recipes, but it would be so much sexy-er to have an actual cookzine. Also, I loved your American South stuff. I'm kinda cooking blind on that (like, have no idea what it should taste like), but the results of just folling the instructions are frikin delish!

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  33. me me me me! I have always wanted one and i love you. I think those are good reasons.

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  34. Heeeeeere they come! I already have Papa Tofu because it is the best!

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  35. Congratulations Papa Tofu!
    I would love such a zine because I want a piece of kittee in my house! And Ethiopian food to feed all of my friends.

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  36. Hey! Happy birthday!

    I'd like one, because, well, really, any reason to have cake is a good one!! Ha!

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  37. 36 Zulu Coconuts!!
    Holy Crapola look what you've created!!
    I would like to wish Papa Tofu Happy Birthday and if he lands up in my custody I will treat him well and use him wisely. Especially for the Ethiopian recipes 'cos they're something I've been wanting to try for AGES!!

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  38. hi kittee,
    i love paku paku but when i'm cooking supper i prefer to have my recipes in print! it seems like you are the only person to do vegan ethiopian and new orleans cooking, so i would like one copy of papa tofu, please.
    bonnie

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  39. Happy Birthday, Papa Tofu, you handsome and sizeable zine, you! I already have one, so don't need to be entered - but if chosen by some fluke, I promise to force it upon one of my "I don't know what to cook for you" friends/relatives.

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  40. Hi Kittee sign me up! I'm not sure what to say about why I want a copy because NOT wanting a copy seems impossible. I don't have any fish, but I do have a fourteen year old, nearly toothless, beautiful cat who controls my evenings and mornings with her whimsical eating. I adore Ethiopian food, but for some reason haven't gone there since I became vegan some years ago. I'd love to try!

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  41. I love your blog and have always wanted your zine! Please take pity on your fellow Canadians :)

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  42. I love the Papa Tofu! (That was just an endorsement!)

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  43. I really want a copy of Papa Tofu because I have nowhere at all to eat Ethiopian food, and both times I have tried it (Seattle and Washington DC) I have loved it.

    I love getting recipes on the internet and your website but I prefer to have something to read in bed!!

    And I can't express my admiration enough for someone who makes their own dosai!

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  44. I'd love a copy of Papa Tofu! I love me some Injera.

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  45. Kitty:

    Under advisement of my acupuncturist, I've recently cut dairy out of my diet. We're hoping that it might help a chronic pain condition, which I won't name because that would be exploitative. I've been obsessed with your blog since making the switch, first because of the recipes, and then because your sensibility is infectious. A copy of your 'zine is sure to further my exploration of you, and of veganism. Heck, it might even cure me.

    mothgirl@earthlink.net

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  46. happy birfday papa tofu, you're an inspiration to us all!

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  47. I'd love a copy for many reasons:

    the Ethiopian recipes;

    I have an omni native New Orleanian staying with me for a while and I want to knock his socks off;

    everything else I've ever tried of yours has been awesome;

    and I'd just like to have an example of your inimitable style lying around.

    xox

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  48. What a wonderful way to celebrate Papa Tofu! I would LOVE to add your zine to my cookbook collection. 1) I absolutely love vegan cookbooks and I read them like novels. I know yours will be infinitely engaging since that's how I describe your spectacular blog. 2) Ethiopian is one of my very favorite cuisines. It's hearty, delicious, and warms the soul. 3) Your recipes are innovative and exciting. 4) It's so much fun to win something! Thanks for this great contest, Kittee! I'll be happy for whoever is the lucky winner. :)

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  49. I'm shy so I'll let my 8 cats tell you why I want Papa Tofu:

    Chanel: Mom likes your blog and you
    Earle: What's a Papa Tofu?
    Mr. Bing: What? Sorry, I was cleaning my butt.
    Arthur: I like Cheese.
    Paris: I hate everything.
    Harry: Can I lick the tofu?
    Minnie: Mom likes to cook so new book would be good... and I love to eat what mom cooks.
    Chloe: Hiss!!!!!!!!!!

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  50. I would like a copy because I need some cooking inspiration. Now I have been delurked!

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  51. I would like to win a copy of Papa Tofu! Why? Because I am Canadian, and I will show all my friends and you can achieve international vegan cooking fame!

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  52. I'm a long-time vegetarian who would like to go vegan but simply Can't Cook, so I need all the help I can get. Hoping to get some from Papa Tofu, if you think he wouldn't mind travelling to a far-away northern corner of Europe...

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  53. If I told you the real reason I want a copy--which is that your blog rocks and makes my eyes all hyperactive with its fantastically funky-awesome food-pics and whatnot, and I suspect the zine will be much the same--then I'm just gonna sound like I'm sucking up and trying to get in good with you so you rig it and make me a winner. *batting eyelashes dramatically at you*

    So let me instead say that it looks like something I'd like to add to my collection of things to read in the loo.

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  54. I have been lurking for a while and I love your blog! I would really like the zine because I have heard soooo much about it on all sorts of blogs and because everything you make looks amazing!

    Thanks for the blog--it is great!

    Courtney

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  55. I'm just delurking 'cause you wanted me to, not 'cause I'm after the 'zine. Besides - I already comment on your flickr pictures sometimes, so I'm not really lurking.

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  56. I'm obviously not a lurker, but I so want a copy of Papa Tofu. I have since forever. I love zines. Even though I freaking love the net & blogging & all that, it's a little too bad that it's killed the zine machine just a bit.
    I haven't ordered a copy of Papa T because frankly, I'm freaking broke after flying to the US this summer with my toddler-daughter so she could meet & hang out with my family, so I'm really not buying much of anything right now. I love your cooking style, or your style in general, love the freaking name (Papa Tofu? Brilliant!). Plus I will grant you wishes and write about how amazing you are on my blog...and send you good vibes...ok, I'll stop groveling now.

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  57. Hi Kittee! I love your blog - your kitchen and garden are such an inspiration. I just got a copy of Papa Tofu a few weeks ago and have already made a bunch of the Ethiopian dishes - YUM!! My husband loved the chickpea fish in the red gravy. He also said the peanut butter cream filled whoopie pies were the best ever! You rock!

    Sparkythewonderdog - samvarlet@yahoo.com

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  58. Happy Birthday Papa Tofu! Since I've already got a copy, take me out of the running...but I did want to congrat your awesome zine on its first birthday!

    I love it! Next on my list are the Stuffed Tofu Pockets.

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  59. Oh, how I would love to be the winner of a copy of Papa Tofu!!! I would treasure and adore it. My copy of Papa Tofu would live alongside of my other cherished vegan cookbooks.
    Also, it would be good to send it to me to increase the Papa Tofu presence on the East Coast, particularly in Baltimore, the Charm City!!! Send the love to the land of pleasant living, Kittee!!! Thanks, Arlene

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  60. well, I'm no stranger to talk about stuff on this here internet, but all I really want to say is that I LOVE COSMO'S and I highly recommend them to everyone. It was a great online shopping experience and I received my order super fast. So, do shop there online for things you may not be able to find locally!
    I guess I'd also like to say I would like a copy of Papa Tofu, too :)

    Thanks so much for the opportunity and great blog!
    Lauren

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  61. I would love a copy of the famous "papa tofu" because i always creep on your blog and drool over everything i see! i don't have access to a lot of good vegan cookbooks in missouri that aren't well-known, so it would be cool to have a unique and wonderful source of kick-ass vegan recipes! also, i'm broke. that's always a good reason to get free shit!haha :)
    laura

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  62. I really want Ethiopian food! And I love your cover design! Sign me up!

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  63. I need to buy Papa Tofu (I'm such a forgetful loser!) so even if I won a free one, I'd still send you $8 because you are awesome.

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  64. I would love a copy because I have been putting off getting one and am curious to see how your cheery viewpoint and humor translate into cookbook (ok, cook zine) writing.

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  65. Kittee! I've been meaning to buy your zine for a long time, and I'm glad to know that there are still copies available for sale online. I was worried that they'd all been snatched up.

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  66. I want one, please, because I am a long time "lurker" and I love cookbooks and recipes and I visited NOLA not long ago and actually thought about you....not in a creepy way, but wondering how you survive there because it is not very vegan-friendly, at least the places I visited. You are awesome!!! :-)

    K.

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  67. I actually found your blog via paku paku and, being a zine lover as well as a new vegan, I was really taken by the idea of a vegan cookzine. Who knew? (Not me, obvs.) Anyway, I've been lurking ever since. I was hooked by your bug photos. Don't let anyone tell you that bugs are too yuck to post on the blog. Bugs are great.

    Anyhow, I'm just un-lurking, though of course, like anyone else, I would love to add Papa Tofu as the crux between my zine collection and vegan cookbook collection.

    Please keep the pictures of the garden coming! This city-living, apartment-dwelling, earthworm-loving, dirt-digging girl needs to live vicariously through others with yards and all until I can uproot to the country (or at least to a place with a yard).

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  68. this is AWESOME...
    Im asking for this for either xmas or my bday hahhaa... i usually end up getting myself at least on gift for those occasions as well

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  69. I just started reading your blog after finding through the ppk and VeganMofo.
    Every year I choose an Ethiopian restaurant for my birthday because a) we don't eat out very often and I want it to be somewhere special and b) we never take the time to learn to cook Ethiopian at home.
    I'd love to make my own injera and experiment with various Ethiopian dishes. If I had your zine I'd make the effort. Plus I'm very curious about the crafting side of the zine as well.

    Maybe for my next birthday we can try a new cuisine!

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  70. Previous lurkers are now dancing in the light! There are tons of them and they love you! I'd love to win the Papa Tofu, but if I don't I'll definitely be getting it for the holidays. Ethiopian is my favorite and I've never made it myself. Hey, kinda like sushi. I guess you're inspiring me all over the place.

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  71. ELLO! i love love the name of this guy. probably cause i love love tofu. honestly eat it straight from the container. anyway i would very much enjoy some lovin from papa tofu mainly cause i enjoy cookin up vegan goodness

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  72. Hi Kittee! I'm posting some comment lurve just because I decided to go ahead and order your zine tonight. I just love your popcorn ball recipe, and I'm super excited to make your vegan cake! XOXO!

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  73. I'd definitely love a copy of Papa Tofu, I haven't cooked ethopian before and would love to learn how. I've made a few cakes & frostings from pakupaku and want to branch out with the kittee lovin'!

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  74. I would love a copy because I love trying new recipes and am looking for something different to cycle into my normal food routine.

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  75. Hi Kittee! :) I love the cakes on your website and I've always wanted a copy of Papa Tofu (but you know how it goes as a college student!) Regardless, I want to de-lurk and say I adore your blog. <3

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  77. I gave Papa Tofu as Christmas presents last year and they were a big big hit!

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  78. Hey Ms. Kittie,

    Why to pick me? Because I'm an italian/southern mamma type gone vegan that feeds the masses regularly. Should I be randomly selected, your recipes will show up all over the great state of Massachusetts: birthday shin digs, collective house clean up days, midnight dance parties, free school cooking classes, craft nights with my grandma, food fights, and most importantly - during food competitions at work.

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  79. My husband and I are recent converts to vegetarianism (he for 2 years, me about 6 months) and we're thinking of going vegan. My concern is that I don't know how to cook anything vegan, so this would be a great start in the right direction.

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  80. My husband and I are recent converts to vegetarianism (he for 2 years, me about 6 months) and we're thinking of going vegan. My concern is that I don't know how to cook anything vegan, so this would be a great start in the right direction.

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  82. I love your blog, and I totally deserve a copy of your zine because my family insists I make king cakes for everything now. So I need a portable recipe along with your other awesome recipes! Plus it's less shipping, I live in New Orleans, haha.

    I love your blog!
    -Lindsey

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  83. I would LOVE a copy of your zine, and not only because I've heard such great things about it. I'm living abroad for a year in Italy, and I didn't have space in my luggage for my vegan cookbooks. I get by just cooking on a whim, but man do I miss having recipes sometimes, especially for baking! I've been here three months already and I've already had friends email me recipes when I'm homesick and in a pinch. Needless to say, you'd be giving me more than a taste of home, but a sense of comfort and some darn tasty food!

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  84. OMG. I was just thinking about how I need to order Papa Tofu. But don;t let that stop you from putting my name in your hat.

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  85. I would love a copy! You are awesome!

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  86. I have to admit that I have been one of the blog-lurkers you mentioned earlier for a while now. I would love to win a copy of you 'zine because I'm transitioning to veganism currently and any good recipes will make my switch easier! Thanks for writing such a entertaining, creative blog :)

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  87. Okay okay-I'll stop lurking on here. I love how creative you are! Please send me Papa Tofu so I can pretend to be as creative as you.

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  88. De-lurked! Your blog is awesome, and every one of your recipes that I've made has been super num nums!

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  89. I actually just wanted to say yay for a year of Papa Tofu. And then I saw you had 88 comments. And then I read about the giveaway. And then I posted...not about my mom or fish. So...YAY!

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  90. Count me in for the party! I have no idea what Injera is, and would love to spend the winter learning to make Ethiopian dishes and the crafty projects in Papa Tofu!

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  91. I'd love to get that recipe for injera! And the other fantastic recipes I'm sure it contains.

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  92. You are my girl crush Kittee! I am always so inspired by your creativity and ingenuity. I have been itching for Papa Tofu since it came out but hubby said he would kill me if I bought another cookbook. However, he didn't say anything about winning it! Hahahahah!

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  93. Happy birthday Papa!!
    I wish I could have your cook book because everything you make looks so creative and delicious. Especially the Ethiopian food and all your super-duper cookies and cakes. I don't eat a lot of sweets but I like to bake them for my lover and friends. Haha I just said my lover. Awesome!
    This morning I voted downtown (Gainesville, FL - represent!) and you should, too, if you are allowed to vote early there in LA...holla!

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  94. Yes I really would like to have a PAPA TOFU. Because as you can see I'm a TofuParty girl. But my mum never made me any tofu and my dad doesn't even know the word. So, I'm desperately in seek of a good tofu-parent.
    Happy anniversary!

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  95. I am a vegetarian and former vegan who is trying to go back to veganism after living in Poland, where I snuggled down into a thick layer of dairy to insulate myself from the cold and the sadness of missing my family and friends at home. I've recently discovered and become obsessed with vegan blogs, including yours. Vegan blogs are where all the delicious, innovative cooking is going on nowadays. You can help me be healthier and lighter and happier (because cheese is just a substitute for true joy) by sending me your cookbook, which promises to be awesome.

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