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Earlier today I received an email from someone asking my opinion on honey and I thought I'd share my answer in a blog post. Honey, it seems, is a hot topic among vegans; one that's constantly debated, often with a good bit of fervor!
That said, I don't know that there is a single answer or an answer that's suitable for everyone. My own feelings are complicated and conflicting, and I admit I'm a little ...
My Dad has been after me to write him a list of rules to follow -- to make sure he was always making healthy choices when dining out (or making a meal at home). Well, Dad, I finally did it!
10 rules for Making Healthy Choices:
1. Order brown rice instead of white rice.
2. Pack carrots instead of chips in your lunch.
3. Choose whole wheat bread instead of white bread.
4. Use low-fat or fat-free (plain, unsweetened) vegan yogurt ...
I've cut my fingers dozens of times with cheap kitchen knives.
How many times do you think I've cut myself with a good chef's knife?
Once. An it was because I let the knife get too dull.
Cheap knives have flexible blades and are generally harder to cut with. You much more likely to slip and cut yourself if you don't have a proper knife.
I really trust a chef's knife to slice through the ...
Question: I strength train pretty intensely and am supposed to have 20-25g protein every three hours. I’ve tried the low sugar soy protein and it makes me gag. I can’t eat beans that often...suggestions?
**This is not medical advice. Talk to your doctor before changing your diet.**
I used to be a personal trainer (true! fun fact!) I don’t know the specifics of your body, or your work out program, but 20-25g of protein every three ...
A few weeks ago on Facebook, I asked people to share what "vegan" means to them -- to answer the question what is vegan? There were so many answers; so many different viewpoints. A real reminder that the vegan community is just as diverse as any other community.
What brought us to a vegan (or plant-based) diet is unique for each of us. What it means to us, how it is interwoven in our lives -- we all are walking our own ...