From guacamole to eating before you leave the house, this write-up of some ways your health can survive the summer season is seriously helpful.
An interview with John Schlimm on becoming vegan, his upcoming book, and more is featured on the Denver Westworld blog. A delicious recipe for Italian Herb Burgers on Focaccia is also included.
The University Daily Kansan discusses how the number of young vegetarians is growing.
Ashley Flitter, the Unintentional Vegan, is interviewed by Howard Jacobson, coauthor of Whole, for the new Wholevana Community. It’s a great interview about “health, the impact of Jonathan Foer’s book Eating Animals on her food choices, and the challenge of eating plant-based in a predominantly meat- and cheese-eating part of the world.”
From professional tennis stars to bodybuilders and hockey players, athletes of all stripes are increasingly turning towards a plant-based diet.
From Indian cuisine to barbecue, Chef Amber Shea shares the best dishes to order on (and off!) the menu at many different types of restaurants.
Having recently moved from the vegan-friendly Big Apple, JL Fields found that eating plant-based in Colorado is not as hard as she thought it would be.
“Over the years, here is what I’ve learned: if you are strong in your reasons for going veg, then you are unstoppable,” says Joanna Tenderro.
Referencing his vegan diet, Salley recently spoke out saying “An 800-lb gorilla is a raw foodist that only eats green vegetables. They don’t eat meat. The largest vegan we know is an elephant.”
Palm Greens Café & Native Foods Café give their take on what first time visitors to their restaurants should chow down on.
The Hearty Veggie & Brown Rice Salad Bowl contains kale, beets, roasted butternut squash, steamed broccoli, and brown rice.