Blog Recipes for the Holidays (Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Many More)

Ah, holiday feasting. Stretchy pants, over-sized sweaters, and bedtime slippers are here to stay (at least until New Year’s Eve)! You know what that means? Eating. LOTS of it. I’ve compiled some of my favorite recipes on my blog that are perfectly suitable for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or maybe other holidays you celebrate with your family … More Blog Recipes for the Holidays (Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Many More)

Pumpkin Cookie Dough That Can Also Be Baked! (with a secret ingredient)

Because you can’t say no to dessert for breakfast, right? Well guys, I am so thrilled to say that I’ve finally baked with a legume that’s NOT a peanut or soy! Yes, yes, I have a dessert recipe with beans! Finding a really easy and delicious recipe took a long time, because I wanted to … More Pumpkin Cookie Dough That Can Also Be Baked! (with a secret ingredient)

On the Scale of Satan’s Earwax to the Ice Cream of the Gods…

On the scale of Satan’s earwax to the ice cream of the Gods, how would I rate my… Physical appearance? Japanese sweet potatoes dusted with cinnamon. It’s warm, internally energizing, comforting, aromatic, and healthy, but it’s not for everybody. Or alternatively, it could be seitan beef. Not the real deal (as if it has to … More On the Scale of Satan’s Earwax to the Ice Cream of the Gods…

One Year as a Vegan: Pros & Cons, What I’ve Learned + My Advice

Even though it is quite well past a year of my vegan lifestyle, I still think that my experience with veganism for a whole year has taught me far beyond my expectations. On top of that, my discoveries of both the highs and lows of veganism have made my journey that more exciting and insightful. … More One Year as a Vegan: Pros & Cons, What I’ve Learned + My Advice