Homemade mac & cheese, store-made mac & cheese, boxed mac & cheese, restaurant-made, you name it, I’ve had it. Does anyone else just love mac n’ cheese as much as me? It’s like comfort in a bowl. It’s the last thing I gave up before switching to veganism. Luckily, being vegan means you can still eat mac n’ cheese.
“Every drop of essential oil contains a pharmacy.” — Danielle Sade
Fried “chicken” and mashed potatoes is the ultimate comfort food pairing. Try this delicious, vegan take on an American classic dish.
Here are the vegan products I’m loving this month — Valentine’s Day edition!
Each month I’m going to choose a mix of vegan food, health, wellness, fashion, beauty and skin care products that I’m loving. There are many great vegan products and brands out there.
No matter what stage you are at in life, Trader Joe’s has a frozen vegan meal for you. We all get busy sometimes, so if you’re going to go with a frozen meal, just add some more greens and veggies to make it healthier. Continue reading
Often, people who are skeptical of veganism say the lifestyle is just too expensive. While it’s true that some specialty, packaged vegan foods can be more expensive than their cheaper-made counterparts, simply eating a vegan diet doesn’t have to be expensive and isn’t a luxury. Frugal Vegan shows you that you CAN be frugal while eating plant-based if you want!
Time to announce a winner!
Going vegan can be a daunting prospect, but reading cookbooks like The New Vegan is a great way to start learning.
BAO (which stands for Bad Ass Organics) creates fermented vegetables, sauces and drinks using the 7000 year old method of fermentation providing tasty and probiotic rich products. The process of fermentation harnesses the best nature has to offer, using salt and naturally forming fermented acids to encourage the growth of beneficial micro organisms (probiotics).