It’s easy to insulate yourself in the wonderful world of veggies and forget that there are other brands, products and forms of life out there. I’ve come across two things related to veganism in mainstream culture that I thought you’d all be interested in.
The first one came in a coupon book I received in the […]Continue Reading →
So, have you ever googled yourself?
Seriously now, don’t lie.
We’ve all done it. It’s kind of silly, but it’s fun to see what comes up, if anything. Like there is a guy in the Midwest with Jim’s name who owns a chain of funeral homes, so whenever you google him that’s all you find.
And sometimes […]Continue Reading →
Breakfast is my favorite meal. Pancakes, yogurt, cereal hot or cold, fresh fruit, hot tea, toast with Earth Balance and jam, hash browns, the list goes on and on. But there are a couple of things that I particularly love, the kind of breakfast foods that I literally dream about. The main one is a […]Continue Reading →
Nope, not that kind of book tour. Not yet, at least. I took some time off of work last week and early this week to work on the book. I have a hard time focusing in the house, as I am easily distracted when there are other things to fiddle with, so I figured getting […]Continue Reading →
Whew! Taking a breath now. Midterms are over. I have 4 weeks until finals (I hate quarters, I’m a semester kind of gal). Ah, that’s better.
Two of the button packages were sent back to me because they were “too thick” and required more postage, so I will be resending those tomorrow. I can’t imagine […]Continue Reading →
Hello there! Just a quick note that I am still alive, just swamped. I promise to have some yummy pictures up this weekend, as well as some food reviews. I am juggling full-time work, full-time school and the book– yesh! It’s all good, but I have midterms this week, so I’ve been running a little […]Continue Reading →
When I was a kid, I loved canned peas. I know, it sounds really gross, but in my house we never ate anything fresh, not even frozen. It always came out of a can. When I was sick, my grandmother used to make me “pea soup”, which consisted of a can of peas, some milk […]Continue Reading →
“Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it.” –Mark Twain
Mr. Samuel Clemens certainly nailed it on the head with that quote. Isn’t this historic occasion quite the mixture of joy and relief? We have some hard times ahead of us, most certainly, but to have someone like Barack […]Continue Reading →
Squirrel’s Vegan KitchenGo back in time to my original blog: Squirrel’s Vegan Kitchen!
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