Archive: 2015

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How to Survive the Holidays as a Vegan

We are slowly but surely wrapping up 2015 (the year from Back to the Future II!!!) and fast approaching 2016. The future is here, and being a vegan isn’t as crazy, unusual, alternative, or hippie as i

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Vegan Gluten Free Banana Nut Bread

The holidays are officially here!!! Ho ho ho… I have great memories of Christmas time growing up, and I always get very warm and fuzzy when I see a decorated tree, Christmas lights, even snow flakes…

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Yoga Playlist: Jamming Yoga Flow practice

As a yoga instructor, I don’t only want to provide a unique and personal experience to each and every of my students in class, but a unique experience for myself as well. How does having a good Y

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Holiday Apple Oatmeal Recipe

The holidays are in the air…Vegan Thanksgiving was very successful in my house this year, with Acyuta and I attending the The Asheville Vegan Society Meet-up on Wednesday with another 100 veg lov

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Raw flax crackers

One of the very first foods I discovered when I began my trip into rawfood land were raw flax crackers! They are incredibly easy to make, don’t really take long prep time (just dehydrating time), and

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World Veg Festival San Francisco

San Francisco proudly presents itself as one of the greatest vegetarian/vegan hubs of the US, if not the world. It’s a melting pot of cultures, lifestyles, tastes and hobbies, so naturally us vegetari