Did you hear that McDonald’s added a vegan burger to their Norway locations?
Vegans rejoice! Times are-a-changin’!
Isn’t it awesome when non-vegan companies start adding animal-free options to their selection!? I would never eat McDonald’s, but it shows they even know which way the world is headed. (Whether the “carnists” like it or not.)
With this enthusiasm we feel as a vegan community, how are we supposed to feel when we’re “betrayed” by a vegan company?
Have you ever been told “Veganism is just for rich, white people. I can’t make the change because I’m on a budget.”?
Well, I have. And I’m f*cking tired of hearing it!
Here’s the deal:
Veganism is for everyone. Regardless of your ethnicity, food budget or whatnot.. and I’m here to prove it to you!
What makes waffles so perfect for breakfast? Is it their crispy-on-the-outside, but chewy-on-the-inside texture? What about the golden pockets begging to be filled with maple syrup? Whatever it is, this easy vegan waffle recipe is the answer to all your breakfast dreams! Best of all, I celebrated the season with local strawberries- a flawless combination!
It’s that magical time of year again! Flowers are blooming, the kids are out of school, and your house still looks like it’s on lockdown for the winter. OH NO!
What did this season signal every year growing up?
Unfortunately, things are a little different now that I’m an eco-conscious vegan. (No more mom telling me to hose down her silk plants!)
Most of all, no more Pine-Sol and Windex.. we need healthier alternatives that work just as well!
Ah, springtime! Time for picnics, yoga classes, and swapping out those nasty winter boots for your favorite flats. What could make it any spring-ier? Oh yeah.. how about a tall glass of this insanely refreshing (and easy to make!) vegan strawberry ginger lemonade!?