Little Miss Vegan Foodie over here has eaten, sampled, devoured, and tasted (but spit out right after) countless vegan food products, whether they are alternatives to animal products or standalone. Below are my top 10 must-haves in any food storage facility–no particular order, just whatever came to mind first. This plethora of items was inspired … More TOP 10 Favorite Vegan Foods (kitchen and pantry staples you can find at a grocery store—no particular order)
Before you ask, I am not talking about global warming. But moving on from that, it’s been over three months since I have posted my thoughts on websites dedicated to trashing online gurus and other Internet influencers. If you haven’t read that post yet, I highly recommend you do so to gain some context on … More Part 2 of Guru Gossip, Confessions, and Other “Trash” Sites: Has the Climate Changed?
Differentiating between taking care of yourself with positive deeds versus using positive deeds as coping mechanisms to ignore underlying problems is probably the most difficult mystery to solve. We generally picture alcoholism, drug abuse, compulsive shopping, self-harm, binging (food, television, etc.), or even sexual intercourse as forms of coping mechanisms that do little to no … More Diet and Exercise: Fulfilling Your Soul or Filling a Void
Hi everybody! I just uploaded a new YouTube video! Woohoo! Vlog #3 essentially captures everything that I did and ate leading up to my one-year vegan anniversary, which was Friday, August 24th, the official day I became vegan and the start of not eating anymore animal products for good! Just to clarify, vegan anniversaries are … More What I Ate During the Week of my One-Year Vegan Anniversary
Happy Saturday evening, everybody! I hope you’re all well. This is a different kind of post, since I will be posting one of my first official “photo food diary” entries! This sort of serves as a visual update on how I’ve been doing with my diet, how I’ve been feeling eating this way, and how … More Diet Update: What I Ate on My Last Day of Classes as a First Year in Food Science