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The other day I received an email from Jenny* who wrote:
"I'm curious how do you keep yourself from becoming a 'vegan-snob'? I find myself getting more and more grossed out by people consuming animal products. I cringe in my mind, but don't say anything. Have you ever felt that way?"
Yes. A thousand times yes. I'm not ashamed to admit it. It was especially bad when I was new to eating a plant-based (vegan) diet. In ...
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about my elephant -- what’s the story behind it?
I wish I had some amazing, profound story to share -- but it’s pretty boring: I like elephants.
Yep. That’s pretty much it.
When Scott & I were redesigning happyherbivore.com for the second time, we both agreed I needed some kind of logo. I wanted to use a herbivore for obvious reasons and my first suggestion was a turtle -- that is, until ...
I'm not vegan anymore.I'm a happy herbivore.
This is a post and a statement I've been thinking about writing for a while, and after the events of yesterday (both those on this blog and on the Facebook wall), I feel compelled to finally say it: you win, I'm out.
For the past five years that I've been "vegan" I've been told, repeatedly, I'm not vegan enough.
No matter how hard I ...
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 ...
Today's Minimalist Monday post is from our friend Genevieve. Her story (and apartment) is incredible. She lives in a 105 square foot apartment- with no kitchen, and cooks full meals on a hot plate.
On Lindsay’s Cooking 1 Day a Week post someone left this comment:
“I live alone so it's easy for me. I also simplify it more because I eat the same thing for lunch and dinner for a week at a time. I ...