Written by Lauren Have you ever experienced a lull in the middle of one of the four seasons? If you are currently residing at the Western hemisphere, it is the heart of winter, and it is easy to fall susceptible to hibernation mode or a tint of seasonal depression, similar to myself. Let’s be … More How to Embrace the Set Mode of the Season
We may be the smallest state, but our hunger for plant-based food and community is ever-flourishing! Where do I even start? Perhaps with the best places in the city to grab some vegan grub! Best Vegan Food: 1. The Grange – This vegetarian restaurant has a rustic, yet refined vibe and offers unique brunch and … More The Plant-Based Scene in Providence, RI – It’s thriving!
I love pizza. I have always loved pizza and when I first went vegan, I thought that I might have to give it up. I’ve been vegan for almost 6 years now and I have some great news for you… I have not given up pizza at all! In fact, I have found some really … More Vegan Comfort Food Classics: Part I – Pizza
I have some exciting news! As you may know, I recently began working with Vegan on the Map, a vegan travel agency that plans trips all around the world. They only had one tour operating in the states (a trip running from Portland, OR to San Francisco) until I became a partner and got my … More Sneak Peak: First Ever Northeast Regional Vegan on the Map Tour (USA)
Written by Kayla As someone who lives in America, I can say it’s pretty damn easy to live a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle. Though, it’s not this easy in many countries around the world. I’ve been asked many times if I have found it difficult to eat vegan while living in the places I have … More Traveling While Vegan (What I ate In Ireland)
We are almost at the one year mark in Timor-Leste (WOOHOOOOO! #wemadeit), and having officially moved into independent housing means lots and lots of experimental cooking. We live on an island with seasonal availability of ingredients, sometimes no eggs for weeks at a time, and a blazing heat that can ruin most dairy products. No problem, Timor. I’ve accepted your food challenges, … More Recreating Home Classics
~Written by Kayla~ 11 days, 12 states, countless beautiful sights. I spent the first half of June driving from Boston to Colorado, with a destination of Red Rocks Amphitheatre, to see one of my favorite musicians: Tash Sultana [who opened for the lovely John Butler Trio]. Then, I booked it back to New York for … More Solo Trip To Colorado – How Much Did It Cost Me?
By: Céline Let’s be honest: vegans have gotten a bad rap. I personally have been laughing at “annoying vegan” memes since they came out— before I even knew what veganism really was. But over the years I’ve gotten bits and pieces of information that made me a lot more sensitive to the ideas. I am African- … More Interview With The “Green Queen”
Hello lovely people! Happy New Year and welcome to my first post of 2018!! I hope this year has treated you well so far. Personally, these past few weeks have been rewarding, exciting and challenging. I’m finishing up my fourth semester in school (this is my last week :D) which means finals and getting ready … More Life Update+What 2018 Holds
Hey Everyone! Are you newly vegan? Are some of your family members vegan, and you’re not sure how to cook for them? Or are you thinking about branching out this holiday season and trying new things? Well, if you fall into one of these categories, look no further. Below I have a list of great … More Vegan Holiday FTW