Think about what happens after you throw something away or even say “hello” to someone. The implications of what’s to follow are what you keep in mind before you act. Use that way of thinking as your guide.
Going vegetarian doesn't have to break the bank. Skipping meat, adding more fruits and veggies and cooking at home can actually save you money. When I first decided to become vegetarian, I started researching meat substitutes and wondered if I would go broke adopting my new lifestyle. However, with further research I realized that there are [...]
(with optional egg or tomato) Makes two servings 2 cups of your choice of greens 1 cup of your choice of chopped veggies 1 serving of Gardein Chick’n Strips 3 teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil 2 teaspoons of parsley flakes 2 teaspoons of dried basil flakes 1 teaspoon of garlic salt 1 teaspoon of [...]
This month is the Vegan Month of Food. Vegan MoFo was originally created on the Post Punk Kitchen, as homage to NaNoWriMo, where people try to write a novel in the month of November. The idea behind Vegan MoFo is that blogger try to write about vegan food for the entire month of September. One of the [...]
Somehow in a house full of carnivorous people, who looked questioningly at vegetables as just garnish for their steak dinners, I have found myself living as a vegetarian for about six years. Often times I question how I even became a vegetarian while living on the outskirts of town next to cattle farms raised for [...]
Thanksgiving can be an extremely awkward time for new vegans and vegetarians due to the obvious pressures of sitting at a table filled to the brim with meat. For a vegetarian who has never experienced Thanksgiving since converting their diet, I can personally contest, that it is one of the most difficult situations that you [...]