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 […]
I delight in creating creepy versions of our favourite party snack foods, and our guests love it, too. Last year, I successfully created our first Vegan Halloween Menu, but it definitely had room for improvement. So, this year, I am planning ahead and testing recipes…First up, mini vampire sliders!
I knew going publicly vegan was the only way to have any chance of cutting cheese out of my life, and still… I haven’t cut it out completely. Why? Because pizza is my emotional food craving, because pizza is connected to my deceased dad.
It has been a year since I started my vegan journey. Today, I wanted to do a bit of reflection on the process, the ups and downs, what I have learned since starting my journey. I thought I would share my top five vegan learnings with you.
You know that common conception many omnivores have of vegans? Vegans are privileged, hipster, self-righteous. I’ve never felt more like this stereotype than I did on my Cuban vacation.