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Vegan Dollhouse Interview

Posted on November 9, 2017 by

Some people have a fear of vegan food – eek tofu! Vegan Dollhouse is making vegan treats that are almost too cute to eat. From cakes to cookies she has vegan sweets covered in cuteness!

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Introduce yourself! Who are you and what do you do?

I’m Robin / Vegan Dollhouse, and I like to make cute things (vegan food, clothes, etc.)

Where do you live and what’s it like there?

I live in Sunnyvale, CA (halfway between Santa Cruz and San Francisco). It’s quiet, warm, centrally located, and my neighborhood has lots of dogs to pet.

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What was your first experience with kawaii culture and how does kawaii inspire your work?

I have a terrible memory, so I’m not certain how/when I first discovered kawaii culture. I remember going to see a movie in SF maybe 15 years ago about a girl who worked for Baby the Stars Shine Bright, so I might have been introduced to it through friends around that time. Kawaii is in almost everything I do, from the colors I dye my hair to the tea parties I organize.

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What is your favorite thing to cook/bake and why?

Oooohhh this question is so hard!!! It’s like asking someone their favorite song. I have too many! I have an intense sugar addiction, so my favorite thing is probably cake in any form.

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Any tips for people who want to make their food cute?

Yes, come over and make food with me! Hahaha. My advice is to go Daiso* and go to the kitchen section and buy a couple of things. They have these adorbs rice molds that you can use for soooo many things, not just rice! I use my rice molds to make teddy tater tots, teddy bear shaped quinoa bites, etc. The possibilities are endless.

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Where can we find you on the internet?

I’m @vegandollhouse everywhere on the internet, but I probably use Instagram the most. My recipes are all at vegandollhouse.com, and occasionally I even post about the parties that my food goes to once it leaves my dollhouse.

*If you don’t have a Daiso near you, similar items can be found at shops like Bento&co (JP) and JapanCentre (UK) .

(All photos by Vegan Dollhouse)

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    November 9, 2017 at 2:55 pm

    Thank you so much for this post is amazing! I’m a vegetarian and thought candies were banned from my life but Vegan Dollhouse makes it so much easier!

    Thank you so so much!

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