This is a recipe that my mother-in-law (Debbie) came up with. She’s not vegan but she makes vegan dishes when we come for dinner. This was REALLY GOOD! I really liked the fake “Ricotta” cheese made with cashews and tofu.…View More
I am now on day 5 of my Vegan challenge… it has not been too difficult yet… and really, the only animal product left for me to let go off were cheese and eggs…. so it is not THAT …View More
Americans are becoming healthier and the number of people going vegan is increasing. Some people become vegan because of ethical reasons, but many others do it because they want to live a longer, healthier life. When you cut animal fat …View More
As you go vegan, you may wonder what to stock your pantry with… I know this was an issue for me… kind of like I no longer knew how to grocery shop!!! The other thing was that once I started …View More
This week’s recipe is inspired from my pre-vegetarian days… I use to love beef and barley soup… as a matter of fact I love soup!!! I think it is just perfect for cold week days supper… where you have no …View More
When I was in high school, I read a book called Diet for a Small Planet by Francis Moore Lappe’. The book made a lot of sense. In a nutshell, this is what I took from the book (keep …View More
As most north American that are now vegan/vegetarian… I was not born or raised that way! We had to eat meat to get protein!!! Lots of it!!! I decided to become vegetarian almost 6 years ago and have been …View More
my name is Nathalie and Rebecca asked my to be a guest blogger on her blog…. since I love writing, it did not take me long to say YES!!!
I am a 90% vegan (I only keep my 10% …View More
Vegan diets help diseases like heart disease and diabetes. This is for two primary reasons, including a reduction in saturated fats as well as nutrient dense food choices. Learn how going vegan can help improve and/or prevent these conditions.