Topic: Parents

Father's Day is just a week away! All week, we will be featuring plant-based men (many of whom are fathers) on the blog — of course, myfather came to mind first. So Papa Herbivore is here to kick off the week with a guest post discussing his continuing plant-based journey and some of his favorite HH recipes. Try whipping up one or two of his faves for the dad in your life this week!

"It's Papa Herbivore with ...

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This is the final post in this week's 3-part Raising Herbies series. Check out Raising Herbies (Part 1): How to Raise Vegan/Plant-Based Kids, Transitioning Diets & More and Raising Herbies (Part 2): Getting Kids to Eat Healthy for more great tips from our amazing Herbie Parents.

Perhaps slightly out of biological order ;) today's Part 3 post focuses on pregnancy, breast feeding, and early childhood. 

Were you plant-based (vegan) before your pregnancy?

"Four months after I had ...

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So we've talked about raising kids vegan since birth, transitioning kids to a plant-based diet, and handling social situations in Part 1 and now we're sharing tips and tricks for getting kids to eat their veggies!

Before I let the Herbie Parents chime in, here are some experiences I have had with my nieces, nephews and friends' kids.

First, it's important to remember that all kids are different. Anyone who guarantees a recipe is kid-friendly is a little ...

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In honor of Mother's Day, this week I'm having a three-part serieson raising vegan kiddos. As a Daddy's girl, I want to say I know that Dads are great parents too and like many moms, some dads do it alone (kudos to all the parents out there!). I opted to run this series this week because most of the people who ask me about raising vegan kids, breast-feeding and vegan pregnancy are usually mamas :)

Since I ...

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Hi, Mama & Papa Herbivore here with a update on how we are doing.  It's hard to believe it has been 15 months plant-based and we can honestly say it is not a transition anymore, but a lifestyle of eating healthier.  Our daughter's recipes have become our bible of cookbooks.  We still make a lot of our old favorites from HHC, have new ones in EHH and get a different taste of many countries in ...

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