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From Vegan Mainstream: This 69-page online magazine is packed with articles from your favorite vegan bloggers, community leaders, chefs, and activists. Learn from them how to transform your kitchen, how fashion can save animals, what to say to the vegan opposition, why it’s time to overcome the fear of change, the challenges of transitioning a […]

Saturday, May 5th, 2012

Veg-Appeal Classes an Easy Way to Start a Healthier Year

San Diego is taking off as a veggie-friendly city! New restaurants are appearing often (see vegsandiego.com) and we boast an active “Vegetarians Unite” meetup group (also see this San Diego Vegans meetup and others). We are also fortunate to have local experts to help newcomers along the vegetarian path. Veg-Appeal’s informative classes are a perfect […]

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Veggie Cooking Show Mash Up

Terry Hope Romero Delicious TV’s new television project is featuring popular vegan chefs through a six-episode cooking series to be distributed on public television. Since the episodes (half hour each) will be available to all stations via satellite, this project could explode as they will approach cable stations and eventually overseas markets. Each week’s mash […]

Monday, December 12th, 2011

Use Your Noodle

With the busy lives we lead today, and that hectic buzz in the air that some feel as the holidays approach, nothing calms and nurtures us like a healthy meal. That being said, it is nice to come home from work and have in mind something fairly easy to prepare. Hopefully dinner will also warm […]

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Making Your Own Coconut Kefir

Hello y aloha, I will be taking it easy on blogging for the next few weeks, as I have a big work event coming up, and for other reasons. But I wanted to share something inspiring from Eco-Vegan Gal who Southern California lost to Northern California. Luckily, she continues to make great videos and motivate […]

Sunday, October 9th, 2011

Harvest Vegetable Salad

Reprinted from The Vegetarian Guy Staying healthy sometimes can be a challenge.  Aside from taking common sense precautions, there is a lot we can do to keep ourselves healthy with food–colorful foods, that is. The darker and more colorful fruits and vegetables are healthier with more anti-oxidants and immune building micro-nutrients.  For example:  red and […]

Saturday, October 1st, 2011

Pick of the Month: Luscious Avocado

Reprinted from Veg-Appeal Sometimes mistakenly called a vegetable, the avocado belongs to the fruit family. Botanically it’s a berry; a very large berry that contains a large seed.  Admittedly we don’t think of fruit as having a high fat content, but the luscious, smooth and creamy meat of the avocado is an exception.   A very […]

Monday, June 13th, 2011

Easy Snacks for a Spring Road Trip

Adapted from an article I wrote for Indah Clothing If you are craving sweet and savory, here are three easy recipes to bring on a road trip adventure. These snacks should keep you going for a few hours, and the Pineapple Hibiscus Iced Tea will give you a break from the Spring heat. Chile-Roasted Almonds […]

Monday, April 4th, 2011

“Cupcakes for Japan” Event Full of Global Treats

Bake sales have been all the rage lately, and San Diego can be proud of chef Michelle Negrete who, full of empathy for those affected by the disasters in Japan, put together a “Cupcakes for Japan” event on March 26. Held at Cucina Fresca, the event featured dozens of vegan items Negrete baked, and went […]

Monday, March 28th, 2011

Toasted Almond Caesar Salad

Reprinted from The Vegetarian Guy– George Vutetakis Every week I explore the farmers markets of San Diego.  One of my most recent discoveries at the Hillcrest Farmers Market is Rosie romaine lettuce; Sage Mountain Farm and Suzie’s Farm both grow and sell the red-hued romaine.   Delicate and tender, yet crisp, it is a perfect lettuce […]

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011