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PETA recently announced the winners of its “Sexiest Vegan Next Door” competition, and although I want to give major props to both Yerika and John, this is about something bigger. This contest makes two pretty amazing statements: 1. Along with doing and feeling good, vegans look darn good. 2. You can find vegans in the most unexpected of places, literally right next door.
This year, I was extremely prepared for Passover week, or so I thought. Until recently, I was pretty sure that my voluntary dietary restriction had, interestingly, facilitated this religious one. What I mean is that being a vegan has naturally decreased my processed grain intake so that I believed this week would not be very different from any other. So what does a vegan Jew eat during Passover? I’m so glad you asked… because frankly I don’t know. Continue reading
If you’re a vegan dating an omnivore, chances are your veganism comes up. A lot. I find in my own relationship, veganism most often makes an appearance around mealtime. And as someone who loves food, well I can get pretty passionate (read: bitchy) about what is on my plate. What can I say? I am fiery! To combat this personality trait, I have spent a lot of time figuring out how I can avoid fighting about my food. Of course, it doesn’t always work out… Continue reading
It’s world vegan day, the day after the 7 billionth baby was born. Coincidence? I think not! Continue reading