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Vegan Foodie Travels: Where to Eat Plants in Munich, Zurich and Venice

You may read this and think, “Eating this way is ridiculous. You’re on vacation. You’re missing out (and overcomplicating things) by not just eating what’s there. A little gluten/ a little meat/ a little dairy won’t kill you.” And I

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vegan eating in the real world: air travel.

Have you ever found yourself frustrated by the experience of traveling, particularly when you’re conscious of what you eat (or when you’re making a concerted effort to do so)? The airport – for many of its modern conveniences – is

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one week of west coast food [plant-based, gluten-free, and darn delicious].

We just returned home from a fabulous trip to San Francisco and Vancouver — the latter being my most favourite place in the world, and the former now occupying a pretty close second. We were in California to partake in

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fridge feature #3 [meghan].

This week’s awesome healthy fridge is courtesy of Meghan from Vancouver [thanks, lady!]. She’s one of the most talented ladies I know. She also happens to be a fitness fiend, vegan, a new momma, and currently on tour with a show

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an easter side: basil avocado quinoa.

Happy Easter, everyone!  Michael and I returned from a quick trip to PA this weekend [so relaxing!] For a decidedly non-vegan holiday (egg dyeing, butter carving, a ham…), Easter with the family is delightful! As anyone with food intolerances or

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