Vegan crowdfunding in Seattle

Hey! Throw your support to these vegan Seattle businesses hoping to get off the ground!

Vegan hot dogs by bike (I need to try ALL OF THE FLAVORS)

Plum Cafe is turning into a vegan dessert shop

Store-bought natural peanut butter? RIP-OFF. Make your own, boss!

In recent years, of course, I got into eating natural, no-crazy-sugar-or-other-bullshit-added peanut butter.

But have you seen straight up peanut butter in the store?! Freaking $6, $7, $8 – who has that kind of cash for luxury peanut butter?! I don’t live near a Grocery Outlet anymore, so I’ve paid crap prices for peanut butter a few times. Luckily I don’t go through peanut butter that quickly.

My baller friend Ashley, one of my high school besties, posted about making her own peanut butter over at her blog.

ZOMG I HAD TO DO THIS.

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My spirit animal

This sloth is a dead ringer for me.

Just needs a beer with those veggies.

Today’s reading

Being vegan – or just doing something good – isn’t a zero-sum game.

#protip

xoJane is not exactly a great source of culinary advice, but I really enjoyed this tipsheet on what to do with veggie scraps. Usually I compost or collect them for veggie stock. Now I want broccoli slaw.

Yearning for yeast from Singapore

Remember nooch-converted boyfriend?

He misses his tortilla chips doused in nooch from his work trip on the sea near Singapore.

Please excuse our typos. Click to enlarge.

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Happy vegan-iversary to me

I mark the first day of this blog as my vegan-iversary.

I wanted a food blog for awhile, but I didn’t want to do it unless I knew I was committed to being a full-time herbivore.

It was just a couple months earlier that two of my best friends and I challenged each other to go a whole month vegan and we all failed. I failed on the first day, which also happened to coincide with the first day of a new job in a new city. I wandered around looking for places to eat. I found a sandwich shop and ordered the eggplant. They were out of eggplant. So I got the turkey. I felt bad.

Since then, I’ve nooch-ed and miso-ed my way through a life of full-time veggiehood and I have loved it so much. More

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