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30-day Vegan Challenge Giveaway

30-day Vegan Challenge Giveaway

Hey guys. I hope Autumn is treating you well and that you’re getting excited about all the pumpkin treats and root vegetable dishes of winter. What better way to welcome World Vegan Month than with a Giveaway. That’s right, November is the month to spread vegan awareness and inspire change and it’s only two weeks away!


Much Ado About Picnics

Much Ado About Picnics

This weekend we were spoiled with beautiful weather and Shakespeare in the park. A perfect formula for some picnic action. In fact, across the two days I attended three picnics! As you can imagine, this called for a lot of cooking.

Sharing delicious vegan food is a great way to show people that vegan’s eat more than just lettuce, and that by choosing to not participate in exploiting animals (and the environment) vegan’s do not miss out on the pleasures of life – even cheese! Besides, the food is great at a picnic but really it’s about the people you share it with.


Starbucks’ Soy Strawberries & Creme Frappuccino is NOT Vegan

I’m not one for fancy over-priced drinks. But it’s still nice to know that if I want a treat, one is available. I hadn’t tried the Starbucks’ Soy Strawberries & Creme Frappuccino and will certainly not be drinking it after discovering its ingredients in this article.


12 Environmental Movies To Watch (while desk warming)

12 Environmental Movies To Watch 

1. Forks over Knives (2011) Director Lee Fulkerson

Forks over Knives examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict modern society can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting animal-based and processed foods. The major storyline in the film traces the personal journeys of a pair of pioneering researchers, Dr. T. Colin Campbell and Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn. Great inspiration and fascinating research.


Feeding the Future- 7 billion


Vegan Christmas Gifts

What do you buy a Vegan for Christmas? This question had my family stumped for years. I didn’t want to add to stress of Christmas with my ‘preferences’ but when asked if leather is okay, or if it really matters that a lip balm contains sebum (sheep fat), I had to smile and softly say, “Yeah, it does sorry.” Sorry because it’s inconvenient to seek out cruelty-free gifts, not sorry because I act according to my beliefs.


Things I Like Thursday – Pot Lucks

Where else do you have the opportunity to meet new and interesting people in an intimate setting? Test out you quirky orange-chocolate mouse? And lounge about on the floor in your socks?


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