Posts tagged as: vegan children

Do Vegan Kids Get More Cavities? (Plus — How I Take Care Of My Vegan Kid’s Teeth!)

February 10th, 2017 - posted under: The Farm » Family

A few weeks back I posted that picture ^^ on Instagram, with the following caption: A picture of wee Waits the last time we went to the dentist, age 6. I recently read an article about a healthy lifestyle blogger who was raising her son vegan until he suffered from terrible tooth decay. She blamed [...]

Sustainable School Lunch — Loving On Leftovers

June 2nd, 2016 - posted under: The Food » Food and Health

Spring has sprung and summer is on the way, which means my weekly CSA box is positively packed with fresh produce, like strawberries, apricots, avocados, carrots, cukes, zucchinis, greens and so much more! Waits recently blew my mind by declaring his love for raw zucchini, and proceeding to eat almost an entire raw zucchini, cut [...]

Our Annual Vegan Family Disneyland Adventure: Round 3!

March 30th, 2016 - posted under: The Farm » Family

This March, for Waits’s sixth birthday (AHEM WHAT!!!?) and for the third year in a row, our little vegan family went adventuring to worship at the altar of the Mouse. And this time, it wasn’t just Waits and Damian and I. No, we are a thoroughly modern family these days, and our little family has [...]

Sustainable School Lunch – Late Winter (well, California winter)

March 27th, 2016 - posted under: The Food » Food and Health

Hello All! It’s time for another round of healthy, vegan, seasonal, local, and most of all – EASY – kid’s school lunches packed in reusable, sustainable, and eco-friendly containers. Because geeze, #momlife! And who knew that packing up lunches would become such a pure little pleasure for me? It may sound strange, but I truly [...]

Sustainable School Lunch – Early October

October 10th, 2015 - posted under: The Food » Food and Health

Hellooooo autumn! Er, I mean . . . hello? Autumn? Hmmm . . . Okay so it’s not quite acting like autumn around here. We’re still getting temps in the high 80s and even into the 90s, and our local produce is still pouring in like it’s midsummer. I’m not complaining though. Farmer’s Market strawberries [...]