- Donut Panic Cause San Diego Has Awesome Vegan Donuts August 4, 2014
- Baking for Street Children June 16, 2014
- Taking a Break May 19, 2014
- How to Change the World May 17, 2014
- Let’s Get Vegan on the Tonight Show! May 13, 2014
- A Guarenteed Way to Lose Weight (but I Don’t Recommend It) May 12, 2014
- A Mother’s Love Knows No Bounds! May 10, 2014
- Mary Had a Little Lamb, and Michelle Had a… May 9, 2014
- If We Were Perfect… May 7, 2014
- A 21-Day Diet! May 5, 2014
- Easy Vegan Bliss Ball Recipes April 30, 2014
- You Can…Bake a Difference! April 25, 2014
- Master List Of Vegan Info April 24, 2014
- Vegan Meetup Love! April 22, 2014
- I Love this Kiddo! April 20, 2014
Tag Archives: vegan
How to Change the World
When I know someone’s trying to sell me something, whether it be cleaning supplies, a timeshare or a religious perspective, I shut down. I don’t want someone else telling me what to believe or how to spend my money. Yet, … Continue reading
I’ve seen veganism negatively stereotyped on TV many times. The latest hit was on the Tonight Show when Jimmy Fallon joked about feeling sorry for the spouses of vegetarians because they’d have to eat yam-burgers. It was about vegetarians, not … Continue reading
A Guarenteed Way to Lose Weight (but I Don’t Recommend It)
A week ago I shared that I was going on a 21-Day Diet. My report for the first week is that I lost a lot of weight – yea! I can’t credit my will power, however. I lost the weight … Continue reading
A Mother’s Love Knows No Bounds!
A mother’s love is not unique to humans. A happy Mother’s Day to my mom and to ALL moms! PS – I hope you get your wish for a quiet Mother’s Day mom. Love you. Photo Credits Giraffe photo courtesy … Continue reading
Mary Had a Little Lamb, and Michelle Had a…
Lamb chop. If you’re an omnivore, I assure you that I didn’t write this post to judge you. Still, when my sister, Michelle, told me she cooked her first ever rack of lamb last night, I decided to lovingly remind … Continue reading
When my husband and I first started following a Plant Strong Diet based on fruits, veggies, grains, nuts, seeds and beans, we both lost a lot of weight. Over time, however; my husband got too thin so I increased the … Continue reading
You Can…Bake a Difference!
Every time you bake without dairy or eggs, you’re baking a difference! You’re promoting the life and liberty of cows and chickens and contributing to your health. But on April 26 through May 4, you can bake a difference on … Continue reading
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Master List Of Vegan Info
Originally posted on The Legacy Of Pythagoras:
On Veganism: Disclaimer: My only goal with this list is to produce as comprehensive a resource for Vegan information as possible. I am 100% Abolitionist Vegan and 100% against exploitation of nonhuman or…
I Love this Kiddo!
Check him out on Twitter: The Vegan Kid.
When Are You Going to Write About My Chickens?
My sister recently told me that she was going vegan, but then she got three chickens to raise for eggs. I was disappointed that she wasn’t following through with going vegan, but I’m not judging her. Sure, I’d like to see … Continue reading
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