Why spend your money on overpriced hummus at grocery stores and restaurants when it’s so cheap and easy to make your own?
Back in the days when I was an omnivore, I had a love-hate relationship with fish. Living in landlocked Charlotte, NC, most of the available fish was … well, not too fresh and definitely very fishy! But at summer vacations at the beach … ah, the fish was completely different there. Fresh and flaky and… Read More ›
Myrtle Beach, SC can be a bit tricky for a vegan going on vacation. But vegan food can be found! Here is my list of vegan dining options we discovered during our recent trip to Myrtle Beach.
Don’t let the title fool you – about 75% of the recipes are vegan, or could easily be made vegan. The emphasis is on beans, grains, and veggies – no fake meats and very little soy and nuts. Quite a variety of ethnic influences – Italian, Greek, Mexican,Indian.
Have you finished making your list of resolutions for 2015? If you are an omnivore, resolve to become a reducetarian! If you are a vegan, resolve to encourage others to become reducetarians!
Why on earth would a vegan go to Myrtle Beach, SC during the winter?
I’ll tell you.
Going on vacation as a vegan can be tricky. Here’s some advice for surviving and thriving!
Dal Makhani is a decadent Indian dal, made from creamy black lentils and lots and lots of butter and cream. My version is completely dairy-free with considerably less calories, yet is still creamy and satisfying.