Posts tagged as: vegan

Photos From The First Annual LA Vegan Street Fair!

March 5th, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Reviews

Last Sunday Waits, Jeremy and I had the pleasure of experiencing LA’s newest vegan extravaganza – the LA Vegan Street Fair. Organized by my friend and fellow vegan power-mama Jess from The Vedge, this event is just the latest in a long line of incredible SoCal vegan festivals. And man, I know that when people [...]

An Introduction To The Beagle Freedom Project & The Cruelty Cutter App!

November 25th, 2014 - posted under: Furthermore » Guest Bloggers

Hello all! Today I am SO excited to bring you this guest post, written by one of my oldest and bestest friends. Due to the nature of her research as an animal rights advocate, she needs to keep her identity offline, and shall henceforth be known as Our Lady Of Bad Assery, aka “O.L.O.B.A.” I [...]

Recipe: Creamy Vegan Butternut (Or Any Winter Squash) Alfredo

November 18th, 2014 - posted under: The Food » Recipes

Well, it’s official. Even here in the magical weather bubble that is southern California, autumn is upon us. And thus, I am flush with all my autumn favorites! Kale, rainbow chard, parsley and cilantro (those are maybe a “California autumn” thing), carrots, and onions are dominating my weekly CSA box these days. Oh, and squash. [...]

What We’ve Been Eating? Well, Chocolate. Lots And Lots Of Chocolate. Book Review Time! “Superfoods For Life: Cacao” by Matt Ruscigno

October 21st, 2014 - posted under: Furthermore » Reviews

Oh hello, book-all-about-chocolate. Let’s be friends. So recently MattRuscigno, my ex-vegan-investigating partner in crime, asked me to review his new book, Superfoods For Life: Cacao. And I was like OH TWIST MY ARM FINE, BUT ONLY BECAUSE WE’RE FRIENDSIES and then I ran away and I ate ALL THE CHOCOLATE. For research! But all joking [...]

Natural And Cruelty-Free Pest Control: Rats And Mice

September 3rd, 2014 - posted under: The Farm » Home

Okay, I’ll admit it. I had a rodent problem. Eek! But in my defense, it’s sort of inescapable here. I live near downtown, and right next to a creek. It’s that perfect buffer zone between the rural and the urban that’s an ideal breeding ground for city-friendly wild life. We have a raccoon family that [...]