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Apples are all around us these days… no, not the computers and iDevices (well, those too), but the fruit. They’re cheap (and for some people, free!) and bountiful! And if you’re anything like I am, you might have a few … Continue reading
It makes me so happy to use that title. I always loved goat cheese sandwiches with a squash-type soup in the colder weather before I went vegan, and that’s one of the types cheeses where there isn’t a good commercial … Continue reading
Well who would have thought that something that is spicy pickled cabbage would need to be specified vegan? Before I answer that, welcome to Vegan MoFo (Vegan Month of Food) 2012! I’ve been participating for years, and thought this might … Continue reading