I have long wondered why hearing someone -- such as myself -- referred to as "a vegan" is a pet peeve of mine. Every time I've heard it over the past six years, though, it's bothered me, and I think I've figured out why. Language matters. The words we use can reflect or diminish agency, … Continue reading A Note on Language
Macaroni and cheese is a classic meal that everyone loves. Here is a simple and quick VEGAN macaroni and cheese recipe that everyone will enjoy 🙂 Ingredients: Pasta of your choice Vegan butter Vegan milk (unflavored) Daiya cheese shreds Seasonings of your choice Optional: Veggies (such as peas or broccoli) Directions: Step 1: Cook … Continue reading Vegan Mac and Cheese
Recently we made a guest appearance on the Drunken Wisdom podcast! We talked about veganism, trending topics and how they tie into one another. Check it out by clicking on the episode below! 🙂 https://www.spreaker.com/show/drunken-wisdom
When I think about veganism, I like to consider it in terms of frames. For example, there are the commonly thought about frames of ethics, the environment, and its ‘healthfulness’ (e.g. the nutrients consumed, avoidance of cholesterol and fats, avoidance of consuming antibiotics, etc.). One of the frames I don’t hear get discussed as much … Continue reading Veganism as Politics
Tofu Scramble One of my favorite vegan recipes to make is tofu scramble. It's easy, delicious, nutritious and you can customize it to however you want. Below I will show the simple steps to creating a delicious vegan meal you can eat for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Ingredients: Tofu Olive oil (or oil of your … Continue reading Tofu Scramble
Hey everybody. In this episode we are asking the fundamental question: What does vegan mean? We go beyond definitions and talk about what it means to be vegan in practical terms. We bob and weave through the different ways that one can practice a vegan lifestyle and what considerations should be made. Please join us … Continue reading Episode 2: What is Veganism?
“Eat Like You Care” is the introductory text to veganism that I’ve been looking for. It has the clean, inescapable moral clarity that makes a book like “Animal Liberation” a classic, with none of the technicality or scholarly ambitions. This is a book written for omnivores as a gentle, but firm plea to consider … Continue reading “Eat Like You Care”” is Advocacy Done Right