#GoVegan for the ANIMALS + THE PLANET + YOUR HEALTH
Veganism is a moral-baseline that describes living from a place of compassion, by excluding all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty towards non-human animals. This includes abuse towards, and the exploitation of, any non-human living beings for the use of their bodies and their secretions for food, clothing, or any other purpose.
I am truly committed to spreading the message of veganism and showing the world that living a vegan lifestyle is possible for anyone, on any budget. The paradigms surrounding how we treat non-human animals, how we produce and consume food, and how our choices as consumers impact the environment are shifting. The global consciousness is beginning to open up to the possibility of operating from a place of compassion by making the choice to not cause harm to other living beings, the environment and in turn, our own health and well being.
There is no better time than now to go #GoVegan!
You guys! I'm so excited to share that I was interviewed by Sarah Christie on her AWESOME podcast Vegans Have More Fun, and I couldn't be more thrilled about it! I am a self proclaimed podcast-junkie and listen to A LOT of podcasts, so when the opportunity to be a guest on a podcast that I adore came up, I could not resist!
Today is World Vegan Day and it also just happens to be my vegan birthday too! I had no idea that November 1st was World Vegan Day when I made the choice to go vegan. I also did not realize that one simple choice would have such a profound impact on my life trajectory. Keep reading to learn more about my vegan journey.
I had the pleasure of collaborating with Jocelynne of @jocelynneflor, Krystal Anne of @the.compassionate.life and Jane of @plantbasedjane for THE ULTIMATE VEGAN THANKSGIVING FEAST! We've got you covered for the holiday season with 12 delicious recipes in total, that are all simple to make, with ingredients that are easily accessible.
I am thrilled to announce that I have teamed up with Toronto's newest food delivery service, Let's Nom, to offer a selection of my recipes with all of the ingredients you need, delivered right to your door and ready to cook! As always, my recipes are 100% vegan, simple to make for home cooks at any skill level, and most importantly, delicious.
Whether you're attending a work function, family event or just grabbing a bite with friends, dining out as a vegan can sometimes seem overwhelming. I know this because I've been there. One question that I am often asked is how to eat in restaurants as a vegan. Here are my 5 tips on how to navigate dining out as a vegan, it does not have to be difficult at all!
This Saturday, June 11th, join the March to Close All Slaughterhouses in Toronto, to demonstrate against the merciless exploitation of non-human animals, who are tortured and killed for the consumption of their milk, eggs and flesh, as well as for their skin, and for experiments and entertainment purposes. This worldwide event, will bring together compassionate citizens in solidarity for a peaceful march to demand the closure of all slaughterhouses and to end the violence that we inflict on non-human animals.
Lately I have been hooked on The Edgy Veg channel on YouTube, where Candice Hutchings veganizes childhood cravings and nostalgic comfort foods. I super am excited to be bringing you a round up of my 5 favourite recipes from The Edgy Veg!
Shock collars are painful and frightening, yet you may be surprised to learn that in Canada they are legal for use on our four-legged friends. The British Columbia based animal advocacy group banshockcollars.ca has organized a campaign and petition to encourage Canadians to speak out against the cruel and unnecessary practice of shocking sentient beings in our care. Today I'm sharing all of the details on how you can sign the petition and help spread the word about this important cause.