The Lusty Vegan
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Jay-Z is embarking on a 22 day challenge to better health because psychologists say it takes 21 days to make or break a habit. “On the 22nd day,” Jay-Z wrote, “you’ve found the way.” Continue reading
This year, 2013, has been unofficially declared “Year of the Vegan,” but today, November 1, is offically World Vegan Day! It’s also the first day of World Vegan Month, iEG’s favorite time of the year. Continue reading
I have been in my new city for about 5 months now, but it only feels like two because I’ve been traveling so much. But when I get home, I don’t always feel like cooking, and when it comes to dating, I may not want to cook for a woman on the first date– I mean after all I have to have something to build up to. So this is a list of places in LA I like. I don’t use the other L word a lot, and when it comes to vegan food, I am a snob. However, here are the places I don’t hate.
My mother used to make stir-fry all the time. She would add non-traditional things like pineapple or smoked tofu for example. Though it was not authentic Chinese food, it worked for us. I created the following recipe during a brainstorming session for the creative team behind the Cocoa Butter video for my client, India Arie. I made it again here (I’m currently in Chicago) and I think it’s ready for you! Continue reading
The second track on Random Access Memories by Daft Punk which is set to debut at #1 on billboard 200 Georgio talks about his origins and how he always wanted to play and compose music. He would go to the discos in Germany and sing at night sleeping in his car by day. Music was his ticket out of the small village he commuted from, he wanted to make a sound of the future using the synthesizer a click and a moog (one of my favorite sounds in all music) the funny and most interesting thing about that statement is that the futuristic sound that Daft punk is known for is nothing more than what he (a person) thought the future should sound like. Continue reading
The Keep a Breast Foundation asked those questions with their week-long #PlasticSucks Challenge. Even though the official challenge took place last week, the 14th – the 20th, I’m hearing more about this challenge now than I did before it started. More people seem to be jumping on the no plastic bandwagon now and, of course, that’s a good thing! Continue reading