Alexa Peduzzi is a 20-something lover of animals, books, and all-things cozy.
She’s the author, photographer, and doer of things for Fooduzzi, the plant-based food blog.
Alexa been featured in publications like Buzzfeed, Country Living, Brit + Co., Greatist, MSN, and MindBodyGreen, and she works with sponsors like DeLallo and Bob’s Red Mill. She also works full-time at a food blogging membership site called Food Blogger Pro.
By day, Alexa loves to cook, photograph, and write to all of her invisible internet friends on her blog, and by night she’s typically in bed by 10, preferably snuggling with her calico, Maya, but we all know how cats are.
A guide to finding the best vegan wings in Pittsburgh
I bought seitan wings from five different local restaurants to figure out which reigns supreme.
Meet Viridis: Southside’s new go-to spot for vegan eats
We picked five plant-based items off the Viridis menu and took ’em for a test drive. Here’s what you can expect from Carson Street’s newest vegan cafe.
Get to know Wild Rise Bakery; a Gluten-Free pop-up series
With an ever-changing menu that cycles between sweet and savory, you can break (gluten-free) bread with Wild Rise; a black-owned business.
Where to find vegan ice cream (& Dole Whip) in Pittsburgh
We’ve got the full scoop on all of the places with vegan ice cream. Warning: reading this might make you feel like a kid again.
Oodles of Noodles: How to Eat Vegan at Noodlehead
Noodlehead offers some stellar vegan options. Here’s a spotlight on six plant-based dishes you can try at the Shadyside restaurant.
No sweat: How to eat vegan at Gaucho
The award-winning Gaucho in the Strip District is known for its extensive meat menu. Here’s a look at their stellar vegan options.
Onion Maiden has a Vegan Fish Po’ Boy, and I’m Shook
For Whom the Vegan Bell Tolls: here’s a spot where Pittsburgh’s plant-based community can enjoy a fish fry. Hint: it’s in Allentown.