One of the main reasons for starting this blog, apart from my desire to raise awareness of and to contribute to nonhuman animal liberation, was to connect with like minded people as well as to educate myself. I find that, while I was passionate about my beliefs, I do not have all the facts and am, like many of you, confused about the terms surrounding veganism.
For instance:What is the difference between going vegan and being vegan?What does free range mean?Should …
My family, at the very least, will recognize this recipe book. It is a little worse for the wear, since it is the first recipe book I ever received and has been much used. My mother noticed that I had an interest in cooking and baking, in particular, and decided this would be a good thing to encourage.
We belong to a great theatre group. A few years ago, I would listen to a good friend of mine talk about how she and some of her good friends had a yearly play subscription to Centaur Theatre in Old Montreal. Six times a year, on a Friday nite, they would all meet for dinner and a play.
As the old adage says, “If I had a nickel for every time I heard…. But, where do you get your protein?”, I think that I might be a semi rich lady right now.
I say semi rich instead of stinking rich only because I have been getting that question just since I became vegan. In the grand scheme of things, it is really not all that long. But it seems like it, and …
When my kids were little and still living at home, I would always try to make meals that I thought were nutritious and above all, easy to make and easy to serve as leftunders (this is what my daughter used to call leftovers-not sure why, but we use it to this day). One pot meals were always a favourite. Chili, Shepherd’s Pie ( my son loves mashed potatoes), Cowboy Hot Pot, soups and stews.
I have been away on a family holiday and even though I tried not to be, I have been out of the “loup” (loop). Get it? I was at Great Wolf Lodge in Niagara, Ontario- Wolf, Loup (French for Wolf). I know, it is lame and I apologize. Great Wolf Lodge is a mecca for little kids about the age of my granddaughter and up. Grammies can have fun there, too.