If you’re a vegan who frequents the fitness or beauty communities, you may be feeling frustrations surrounding the newest non-vegan holy relic: collagen. From body builders promoting their post-workout collagen dosing routine, to beauty gurus posting photos of their collagen gummy hair routine, demand for collagen is skyrocketing in 2020 and the market is projected […]
How I Understand the Fight for Racial Justice as a White, Vegan Woman: Part 3 For the third part of my series in understanding racism and our current climate of racial injustice, I will take a look at Cancel Culture and its impact. (For the other posts, visit part one and part two.) Cancel culture […]
How I Understand the Fight for Racial Justice as a White, Vegan Woman Part 2: Understanding Racism I am not an authority on race and racism; I am a white woman from Toronto. There are a multitude of other voices with more value than mine on the subject. I don’t write this to take space […]
PART 1: Opening Up I have been having serious writer’s block. This is not the same kind of writer’s block I’ve previously experienced. This is intentional blocking. I know that if I open up my mind to explore a topic, I will open up my heart to the pain I’ve been struggling against. So I […]
It has also been an unusual time of contrast. Vegans everywhere are celebrating the environmental benefits effected by lockdown orders around the world. Oil companies are filing for bankruptcy. Every day we are reminded of the capacity for human kindness as millions of healthcare and frontline workers put their health at risk…
Jump To Recipe I’m a bit of a donut fiend. Maybe it’s because Canadian culture is so closely tied to Tim Hortons donuts and coffee. Maybe it’s because my parents celebrated all their children’s tee-ball, softball, and baseball wins with a box of donuts. Maybe it’s because no road trip was complete without a couple […]
Fortunately for vegans and lactose-intolerant others, there are ever more non-dairy pizza options locally and in the big pizza chains. However, if you’ve had the typical Daiya topped vegan pizzas only, you’ve probably lost all hope. I’m here to restore it.
When it comes to forced domestication, and the carnivorous diets of many pets, how does a vegan support pet-keeping? Vegans and pet owners tend to share one very important, and often overpowering value: a love of animals. This makes the question of pets a complicated one for the vegan lifestyle.
It turned into a tradition that we would treat the other to High Tea and manicures for the other’s birthday. This became a bit more complicated when we both started living vegan. I took it upon myself to make us a proper Vegan High Tea, and started a new tradition.
Is Christmas really Christmas without gingerbread? The smells, the taste, it’s all just Christmas joy! There’s no bigger gingerbread fan than my husband, so every year I make up a batch of gingerbread cookies especially for him.