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Healthy Meals on the Road

June 15, 2016


When it comes to food, every family has their favorite meals and snacks. Since we are vegan and gluten-free, our meal planning can be a challenge; especially when we’re on the road. I like to stock up on specialty items such as seaweed, tamari sauce, miso paste, all kinds of canned or dried beans, whole […]

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary

January 30, 2011


Have you heard about Best Friends Animal Society? It is the largest no-kill companion animal sanctuary in the world. Located on 3700 acres of gorgeous red rock country in Southern Utah, Best Friends is a beautiful, happy-making place where many cats and dogs, some pot-bellied pigs, rabbits, horses, mules and birds go to be rescued […]

Vegans Visit Vegas

December 24, 2010


Las Vegas Strip… My 7 year old son and I are in Las Vegas over the holidays. We have been enjoying the warm desert weather and looking at the palm trees. After being here for a little while, I decided that it was time to find some vegans to hang out with. I checked on […]

Six Snack Suggestions for Easy Vegan Travel

October 22, 2010


My son and I did some traveling recently, so I had to stock up on vegan snack foods. Since my 7-year-old is pretty particular about what he eats, I thought I would mention some of his and my favorites that work well on a trip. (Read more…)

Learning the Difference Between Friends and Food

August 3, 2010


  A visitor making friends with a rescued pig at Farm Sanctuary in New York on August 1, 2010. This past weekend, I took my son (age 7) to the Hoe Down at Farm Sanctuary in upstate New York. It was a captivating, fun-filled couple of days that included visiting rescued factory farm animals, close […]