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I'm starting a new column here on Happy Herbivore that features inspirational interviews from people who changed their life when they changed their diet. I'm also really excited to kick this column off with an interview of my friend Natala a.k.a. Vegan Hope. I hope Natala's story inspires you as much as it has me!

HH: Let's start with the million dollar question. How long have you been vegan and why did you go ...

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I'm going to risk it all and swear to you that wasabi and cranberries go together like peanut butter and jelly. An unlikely combo, I admit.

So how did I come up with this odd marriage of flavors? I accidentally put dried cranberries into a container that had wasabi in it. I am still stunned at how well they go together... and after a few bites I knew that wasabi peas and dried cranberries would make one killer trail ...

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Maybe you've noticed the little map to the right of the page?!

I've started a Global Happy Herbivore Meetup and there are already 30 meetups scheduled in 3 different countries! How cool is that?!

Meetup Everywhere is a great way for all of us to connect with other fans, supporters and friends of Happy Herbivore and the low fat healthy lifestyle! Join a meetup in your area or start one!

I'm also hosting the NYC HH Meetup ...

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Yes, it's a salad... but it's a salad with fat-free vegan feta cheese! Oh yeah!

This recipe is included in Happy Herbivore Abroad.

I can't remember the last time I had a Greek salad... or feta cheese. Neither were items I ate often as an omni or vegetarian. Still, I love the challenge of making vegan substitutes for foods other people like.

Anyway, this idea came to me by way of my good friend Katherine. We were ...

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In Episode 3 of Healthy Options with the Happy Herbivore, Lindsay cooks her famous mac n' cheeze recipe that whips up in minutes and is so much healthier than convention mac n' cheese!

(If you can, please watch the episode directly on our blip.tv channel. The short advertisement at the beginning helps pay for the support and maintenance of happyherbivore.com). Thxx!

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