It is 100% okay to be a “junk food vegan” in the beginning. If you’re not going vegan for health reasons by all means enjoy the fake meats, cheeses, seafood (yes there is vegan seafood), dairy products and more! When I went vegan about 6 years ago there weren’t a lot of “mock meats” to […]… Continue reading My Top 5 Tips for New Vegans — Marianne
As you may well know by now, I set myself a 30 day vegan challenge at the beginning of September. Veganism (or rather, a plant-based diet) is something that I’d wanted to try for a while but like most people, I thought that it equaled deprivation and eating boring food for the rest of my […]… Continue reading What I Learned From Going Vegan For A Month —
Anyone who knows a vegan is probably sick of hearing about it, am I right? They are known to be preachy animal loving hippy types who somehow find a way to mention their plant based lifestyle no matter the topic of conversation. via Why are vegans so weird? — Middle Eats
Well, this is my first time in Boston and I think I'm in love. The only major city I've been to more than once is New York City so that's the hustle and bustle that I'm used to. The gassy-pee smell that punches you in the face as soon as you emerge from Penn station..… Continue reading Boston Eats
It seems weird that this is one of the first blog posts that I'm writing. In a way it's kind of fitting though; this is where it starts. The first foods/nutrients your body takes in are located in the womb during fetal development. I am not a mother, nor do I plan to be one… Continue reading Prenatal Foods & Why You Shouldn’t Use Google
This page was not made to shame you or guilt you into being a vegan. You are a human being with the mental capacity to make your own diet choices (I hope). MY goal is to inform and inspire you with the transformative power of natural food while also providing an honest and humble insight… Continue reading Hey, I’m Erika.