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To wrap up my travels to the Cape, I just want to recap all the new places I tried, as well as mention a few standbys I didn’t get to this time around. This is by no means a comprehensive … Continue reading
This is the post that you have been waiting for. Well, at least this is the place that might have kept me from ever leaving the Cape, had it been open a few years ago. This is probably a good … Continue reading
How do you find vegan eats when you’re somewhere new? I’m sure that social media figures in there somewhere, along with recommendations from family and friends. Social media helped me find this one. I stumbled across the Facebook group Cape … Continue reading
I’ve been continuing to write biweekly on a blog for my local paper’s website, a column that was started by JL of JL Goes Vegan before her move to Colorado. So for today, I’m going to link to to my … Continue reading
The last time I visited the Cape, in the works was a Whole Foods– the first on the Cape. I’ve been watching my Cape friends’ Facebook pages with excitement as everyone geared up for the opening this past spring! Growing … Continue reading
I lived on Cape Cod when I first went vegetarian and then vegan. It was not easy. Vegetarian was not so bad, as I expect it’s not so bad pretty much anywhere. It’s not that hard to find a veggie … Continue reading