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  • 5 Guilt-Free Snacks to Bring to Work

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on December 09 2019

    5 Guilt-Free Snacks to Bring to Work
    By: Nicole Pyles Nicole Pyles is a writer living in the Pacific Northwest. She current...
  • How to Choose the Best Plant-Milks

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on November 18 2019

    How to Choose the Best Plant-Milks
    One of the hardest things for me to give up when first going vegan was milk. Although it seems strange now – and super gross! – I used to drink a glass or two of milk every single day. Of course, that’s not exactly the norm. But milk is still an extremely common ingredient in other daily favorites like coffee, ice cream, and cereals. Luckily, there are several different dairy-free milk alternatives to choose from. Check out this guide for a rundown on the most common milk substitutes, and let us know which ones you prefer!
  • An Honest Review of Burger King’s New Impossible Whopper

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on November 04 2019

    An Honest Review of Burger King’s New Impossible Whopper
    By now, everyone has heard the buzz about Burger King’s new Impossible Whopper. The burger contains all the same fixings as the classic Whopper sandwich, except the beef is replaced with a plant-based patty. This is a huge step towards the inclusion of more cruelty-free alternatives in popular food chains, where vegan customers oftentimes find themselves having to fill up on fries and bland side salads. However, many are still skeptical of whether this burger is all that it’s made out to be. After giving it a try for myself, here are some of my thoughts about the new Impossible Whopper.
  • 5 Common Myths About Veganism

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on October 14 2019

    5 Common Myths About Veganism
    Being a vegan in a society that is still so wrapped-up in omnivorous eating has its challenges. One of the most trying situations for any cruelty-free eater is when others try to tell us everything that’s “wrong” with our diet. After a certain point in veganism, you really hear it all. Next time you’re stuck at the bar with some guy droning on about why your body “needs meat” or your parents are trying to pick apart your grocery budget, here are some quick facts to help with your rebuttal. 
  • Five Kitchen Staples that will Make any Vegan Meal Better

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on August 26 2019

    Five Kitchen Staples that will Make any Vegan Meal Better
    One downside of eating only a plant-based diet is that meals can be a little bland— unless you know how to spruce them up! Just like meat, vegetables benefit from good seasonings, herbs, and spices. Sure, salt and pepper might be enough for some people, but if you don’t want to have to give up a life of variety, then you should keep reading! 

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