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My Health Journey

Although I rarely wrtie about ymslef and the reasons behind this blog, and my desire to reach as many people as possible about the benefits and tasty-ness of being vegan, I know that personal stories are pretty mucht he msot powerful tool towards making a difference in this world. So I'm going to step far out of my comfort zone and talk about my health journey!

Butternut Mac and Cheese

It's always funny to em to hear people talk about how complicated being vegan must be, when really it's so simple and affordable. This Butternut Squash based Mac and Cheese can be made any time of year and is less than $8.00 for a full emal that can feed 3-4 adults. It's also gluten free, soy free and nut free, so pretty much everyone can enjoy regardless of food allergies.

Simply Delish Soup and Salad Co. Review

I met the lovely gentlemen that owns and operates SImply Delish Soup and Salad Co with his wife at my local farmer's market here in New Westminster where I had a stall advertizing the Secret Dinner Club. He was so nice and talked to me about how his products were all transitionning to being plant-based and gluten free, that by the end of the summer, he'd be 100% transitionned. This is defnitely something that is great to hear!

How to Go Plant-Based: Part Two

How To Make BBQ Sauce

Whenever I get the "craving" for BBQ sauce and I'm at the grocery store looking for one, I find that I leave empty handed because they always have *some* kind of ingredient that doesnt work for me. Not to mention a ton of salt. So now, I just make my own. This makes it easier in several ways: it's cheaper to make it than buy it (especially organic and processed stuff free), it takes all of 5 minutes to whip up and then 10-15 minutes simmering. 
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