February 14 is coming up. Ever since Leslie Knope from Parks & Rec introduced me to "Galentine's Day" (February 13), I've been celebrating with my girlfriends. Celebrate friendship. Focus on self-care.
Not only is this simple salad tasty and nutritious, but it's also easy to make! It can be served as a side salad or a main meal. Vegan + Gluten-Free Serves 6+ Prep time: 10 minutes Ingredients: 1 14oz can of butter beans, drained 1 28oz can of kidney beans, drained 3 … Continue reading Summer Bean Salad
While some vegans prefer not to eat anything that resembles meat, other vegans like to eat meat, but don't because of health, environmental, and/or ethical reasons.
Having trouble finding vegan options at non-vegan restaurants? Tired of eating fries? Here are some great places to checkout:)
Vegan or not, plant-based food has come a long way. Toronto has earned the eight spot as one of the world's top ten vegan cities, according to Happy Cow. Vegetarians and vegans don't have to eat cardboard-textured Yves burgers anymore! Find out about my top 12 vegan spots in Toronto.
Find out how you can save money and be good to our planet.
It's easier than you think to go waste-free.
Still looking for gifts? Go green! Below are several gift ideas that are eco-friendly.
I love Lee Valley. If I need something for my home or if I want to get a gift, this is always my first stop (of course, after checking out some vintage shops first). They sell neat and useful gadgets that are eco-friendly and made to last (quality!). They also sell many plastic-free games and toys that teach problem-solving skills and non-violence (unlike most video games and toys out there today).
The holidays are just around the corner. Why not choose vintage goods? Buying second-hand is eco-friendly in that you are not using new resources and energy to produce a new item. In addition, I find that vintage items were made to last - therefore they are better quality. Finally, the items may be more unique because they are not mass-produced.