We tried The Impossible Burger!
We were able to order one at Daily Eats and, wow, it tastes just like a real, bona-fide, meat-based burger. It was such a weird taste and feeling considering I haven't had a meat burger in more than 2 decades! Here's the bottom-line review:
The taste is close
WHAT: Kite Hill Vegan Cheesecake
WHERE: Available only at Whole Foods (Ours was purchased at the Walter's Crossing location on Dale Mabry).
PRICE: $6 for a small 4 oz. pie
HOW VEGAN IS IT? 100%!
Having been spoiled by amazing vegan cheesecake at places like Native Foods, the Chicago Diner, and home-made, it is exciting to have
As part of our move to a healthier (and simpler) lifestyle, we are working on removing processed foods from our diet.
Being vegan means we consume and wear nothing that is or comes from any other animal, but being vegan does not necessarily mean we are healthy. There is plenty of vegan junk food and highly processed
There are many ways people justify eating other animals and there is much misinformation around being vegan. It is sometimes difficult to wade through the morass of harmful perceptions, but today I will try, and try to do it concisely...
I attempt to cut through the clutter of poor thinking and challenge conventional, broadly accepted ideas (the tagline
Eat your veggies, however that works for you.
Nicole is spearheading a new experiment for us. We have begun ordering vegetables online. Every week we pay about $57 to have fresh, organic fruits and vegetables show up on our doorstep. (We are going through Tampa Bay Organics but there are many services that do this near
We are what we eat. Maybe we should care a little more about both.
Here are 5 common animal-based ingredients I wish I knew about when I first went vegan. Unless you are a food scientist, you would not recognize the names without doing research. There are far too many secret animal ingredients to list (and
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Priorities are different for each of us. If cooking is not your thing, but health is, create ways to have both!
I think I am one of the laziest vegans in the world. I am always busy with work or other projects (like this blog and a new, upcoming one!) and