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  • YouTube recently restricted a video created by Emily Moran…
    YouTube recently restricted a video created by Emily Moran Barwick due to graphic images of tortured animals. Barwick—who runs Bite Size Vegan—is fighting back and has wondered why the online video site doesn’t restrict clips of hunters or animal-based cooking. We’re wondering the same thing. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27
    2 years ago
  • What Vegans Eat – Day 500: Special Travel Edition
    Breakfast: I am loving the fragrant, ripe plums from the neighbor’s tree. I had a few or breakfast.   Lunch: We were meeting Gary’s sister for lunch before her trip to Scandinavia. Khanh’s is the family favorite these days and that’s where we met. I can’t get enough of those Spring Rolls!   Once again,… ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • What Vegans Eat – Day 498: Special Travel Edition
    Breakfast: Remember my interview with Dr. Michael Greger discussing his new book, How Not To Die? I learned that cold brewing tea is more nutritious than brewing tea with boiled water. I’ve been promising myself to start cold brewing my tea. Now that it’s hot, it seemed like the right time. I prepared a bottle… ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • What Vegans Eat – Day 499: Special Travel Edition
    Breakfast: I knew I’d be going out for lunch and was still a bit full from the dinner the night before. I had a half of a Banana and some ripe, juice Plums fresh off the neighbor’s tree.   Lunch: My friend Nancy from San Francisco came down for a visit. We walked around downtown… ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • Vegan Chocolate Quinoa Puffs
    We've been snacking on these puffs while watching our favorite summer flicks. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27
    2 years ago
  • Obama Signs Groundbreaking Animal Testing Law
    President passes unprecedented amendment drafted by vegan senator Cory Booker. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27
    2 years ago
  • 9 Kid-Friendly Summer Starbucks Drinks
    Satisfy any childs taste with these vacation-ready, caffeine-free beverages from Starbucks. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27
    2 years ago
  • New York Moves to Ban Elephants Used in Entertainment
    States Senate votes unanimously in favor of an elephant protection act that would create unprecedented standards for elephant welfare. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27
    2 years ago
  • Major Zoo to Close After 140 Years, Release 2,500 Animals
    Buenos Aires mayor announced the groundbreaking move after calling animal captivity degrading. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27
    2 years ago
  • Rich and Creamy, Vegan Peanut Butter Cookie Ice Cream, No-Churn!
    Hello fresh new week! Aka, Monday. Today I have a Peanut Butter Ice Cream recipe you are going to looooooooove. Monday Morning. So today, instead of hopping out of bed and 'getting a move on' I lazily sunk back under the warm covers, a snoozing kitty cat still curled up on my feet, and I spent about twenty minutes looking for the perfect Monday morning Twitter GIF. I mean, social media is part of my job, so technically, I was working. After scrolling through rainbow-colored ponies, Zach Morris, 90's Britney, Disney princesses and a few GOT GIFs, I finally settled on Ferris. As in Ferris Bueller. In it, Ferris is talking to the camera from his bathroom, with messy hair, bathrobe attire, and the text quotes his famous movie line, "Life moves pretty fast, if you don't... This is a summary, images and full post available on HHL website! ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Kathy
    2 years ago
  • How to Develop Your Writing Voice
    With so many skills required of food bloggers now including recipe development, photography, social media management, the process of becoming a better writer can be less emphasized. For me, writing is at the heart of blogging, and its been such a great way to develop my voice. My interest in writing and, later, blogging, came partly came from the years of writing letters back and forth to my best friend from high school. Back in the day, we even used to cut out pictures from magazines to paste into our letters. I think these were blog posts in their most rudimentary form, combining our deepest feelings with images to highlight our words. Nonetheless, developing my unique voice on my blog did take time. (Incidentally, this month marks my 7th year of blogging, the longest I’ve ever done anything, besides being married, ha). My audience has changed over the years and so have I. My comfort level in sharing very personal thoughts and experiences has waxed and waned. I think most writers go through ups and downs. Amy Tan came to my undergraduate college once to speak about writing and advised us to “do anything else before deciding to be a writer.” I took her advice to heart and went into fundraising for non-profit hospitals, then left and got an MBA, then worked in retail product development, and then ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Carrie Forrest, MBA/MPH
    2 years ago
  • Healthy Sleep Hacks
    After reading the Sleep Smarter book for our Healthy Blogger Book Club, I realized that I have some tips that have significantly improved the quality of my sleep: I know what it’s like to not sleep well. One of the worst symptoms I had when I was really struggling with my health back in 2014 was chronic insomnia. I think there were a lot of underlying reasons why I had it, but for months I could only sleep 5-6 hours a night. It pains me to even remember how frustrating and debilitating that was, and that’s one reason why I put sleep at the top of my priority list. At that time, I was also having some depression, so a light box that could address both my circadian rhythm issue and help perk me up in the morning seemed like a good idea. The version I got is made to combat seasonal affective disorderIt runs about $135 from Amazon.com and also acts as a desk lamp on a lower setting: I love this thing! Ironically, I don’t use it much from August – January when we usually get bright sunny days here on California’s coast, but I do use it regularly (20-30 mins in the morning) when we get overcast days here, especially right now during “June Gloom.” I have two hacks that I ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Carrie Forrest, MBA/MPH
    2 years ago
  • GlowPear Patio Summer Garden
    I have a patio garden! I’ve been wanting to tell you about these planter boxes for awhile now, and Glowpear, the company that makes them, is sponsoring a post today for me to do just that (all opinions are my own). After moving closer to the beach almost two years ago, Alan and I have a much smaller backyard that is actually pretty useless because it’s on a slope. We do have a nice patio, though, where we thought we could set up an urban garden. We bought these beautiful GlowPear white resin self-watering planter boxes online and Alan set them up in the living room to get a sense of how big they are before we moved them outside: The insides of the boxes are all enclosed so there’s no dripping or mess. I used organic soil that already had fertilizer mixed in: All the watering happens through a vent on the side and the water gets absorbed from underneath into the plants’ roots: Excess water drips into an overflow unit on the side, so you can actually put these inside your house like my friend Candace did: I went with herbs and cucumbers for my first ever gardening experience: I bought small organic starter plants because I didn’t feel confident enough to start from seed: I later ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Carrie Forrest, MBA/MPH
    2 years ago
  • WEEKNIGHT VEGETABLE CURRY
    Weeknight dinners. These are looking different than they did pre kids. I remember thinking that people with meal plans were inflexible and rigid but I understand the intrigue now. It’s far more efficient and I loooove efficiency. I see now that it does not have to be about creativity, or lack thereof, but rather reducing your market runs. So sensical, you meal planners. I stay pretty adaptable within my plan, but paused are the days of wandering multiple grocery stores grabbing whatever looks good. They say there is a season for everything. I repeat meals far more often than I used to and I take a handful of shortcuts but I am still fumbling through my days with the wee people at my feet (or on my hip and in the cupboards, more specifically). I plan for two easy staples, try two new things and then leave room for something impromptu, going out or having people over. There are usually burrito bowls with lots of grilled vegetables and avocado, a chopped salad night, something in a big pot like tortilla or lentil soup and we’ve started weekly grilled pizzas. It's simpler and that's alright. I have also taken to making more than we need so I am halfway through another meal. For example, the leftover rice and grilled portobellos from burrito night, get blitzed with a few ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Hugh Forte
    2 years ago
  • Mediterranean Wrap
    Quick. Easy. Nourishing. Delicious. And flexible. What's not to love? ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Jennifer's Kitchen
    2 years ago
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