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Meat: Hmm…

Meat: Hmm… “dead, rotting, decomposing flesh of carcasses. Doesn’t sound like something you’d want to eat, huh? Not to mention the pesticides, hormones, steroids, and antibiotics. Oops! We almost forgot mad cow disease, bird flu, salmonella, E. coli, trichinosis, and … Continue reading

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What Would Jesus Eat Today?

When my husband and I went vegan, my dad remarked, “I think it’s okay to eat meat because Jesus ate fish.” This stumped me. I didn’t know how to respond because my dad is a devout Catholic and a good … Continue reading

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Vanity or Life?

My husband and I are in Boston this week, so I’ve decided to repost some oldie but goodie posts while I’m away. I look forward to catching up with everyone when I get home. Have a beautiful week! Vanity or … Continue reading

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Nourishing?

“In the next ten years, one of the things you’re bound to hear is that animal protein is one of the most toxic nutrients of all that can be considered. Quite simply, the more you substitute plant foods for animal … Continue reading

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Plant-tastic Journey!

“The longer I’ve been on this “plant-tastic” journey, the more I realize how inexcusable it is that we eat animals. It’s terrifyingly pathetic, sad, and completely unnecessary.” – Rip Esselstyn as quoted in My Beef with Meat

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Meatonomics: A Step in the Right Direction

Originally posted on Veggie Girl Life:
Hello!! Today I want to share with you this review I did for the Meatonomics book to be released this September 2013. I cannot emphasize enough the importance of the subjects that it touches.…

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Savory Seattle

It’s been two weeks since my Pacific Northwest trip and I’m finally writing about all the fab restaurants my husband and I discovered. We did a lot of eating on our trip, so this post will just cover Seattle. Our first … Continue reading

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Animals Have…

“…Animals have their own intrinsic value, they do not exist to serve humans, and they are not property to be bought, sold, or traded. Like us, they have the right to control their lives and bodies, avoid pain and suffering, … Continue reading

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The Best Fur Coat…

“The best “fur coat” is that got from couches.” – Emy Wilhelm In my recent post, Mambo & Me, I wrote, “There’s no such thing as hair-free clothes in our house.” Blogger Emy from Fur Out of the Closet responded … Continue reading

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How “Not” to Pick a Restaurant

Due to the wild success of my hubby’s first guest post, The Hubby’s Tale, he decided to write another one. I hope you’ll give him as much love for this one as you did for the last one (this will … Continue reading

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