Yesterday I shared a bit of the history of that New Orleans/Mardi Gras classic, Red Beans and Rice. Today, I’m sharing my family recipe – tweaked to be vegan. First, a few pointers … Red beans and rice have a long cooking time, but very little hands-on time. You do a little chopping and sauteeing… Read More ›
Recently I was contacted by Pine Bros., makers of “Softish Throat Relief” drops for 140 years! Pine Bros. had just released two new flavors (Sugar Free Wild Cherry and Vitamin C Orange) and wanted to know if I was interested in several free bags of these vegan, gluten-free drops in exchange for an honest review…. Read More ›
On the Saturday of our visit to Walt Disney World, we spent a very enjoyable morning at Hollywood Studios, riding and re-riding The Tower of Terror and the Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster. Eventually, we had to eat lunch. The ABC Commissary was another place we stumbled upon, since we didn’t have reservations and didn’t… Read More ›
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.
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Every now and then it’s good to reassess and take stock. And in doing so I’ve found I’m a very different sort of Frugal Vegan than I was a few years ago. Then, my main concern was saving every penny I could. (I had, after all, decided to start my own real estate business during… Read More ›
One of the most damaging “words of wisdom” you’ll hear as a vegan is, “Vegans are deficient in Vitamin D because of their diets!” This is damaging, because: (1) Vegans are no more likely to face a shortfall of Vitamin D than omnivores; and (2) Diet has very little to do with a Vitamin D… Read More ›