Tag: Vegan Tips

Healthy and Budget-Friendly Vegan Snacks for Kids

May 17, 2011

When One Green Planet contacted me about contributing a monthly column to their site, I was thrilled to be invited to take part. They have so many great contributors, including presidents, CEOs, and founders of compassionate and eco-friendly  organizations, well-known authors, vegan fashion designers, bloggers, activists, and experts in all fields eco-friendly.  There’s such a…

Vegan 101: Vegan Meals For Kids

May 9, 2011

When JL contacted me to do a guest post about vegan meals for kids to contribute to her fabulous Vegan 101 series, I was so honored to receive the invitation.  It’s such a helpful, informative series, and I couldn’t be more thrilled at the opportunity to participate. Thank you so much, JL! With getting kids…

Eating Vegan on a Tight Grocery Budget

April 26, 2011
Eating Vegan on a Tight Grocery Budget

If you’re wondering where my cookbook creations have gone, don’t worry, they’ll be back in time, but it’s been a very busy year. As of January, we’re officially full-time business owners, putting me shorter on time and… money! Of course, the plan is to become a billionaire and go crazy buying strange and fantastic ingredients…

Vegan Toddler Tip: Eating Their Veggies

February 18, 2011

Although my little one had been eating vegetables with ease the first year of solid foods, something changed when the second year came around. Maybe it was the gradual switch from purees to more steamed vegetable pieces, but he started spitting vegetables out, pushing them aside on his plate , or refusing them altogether. I…

Vegan Fried Rice

November 6, 2010

Most of us have an “end of the grocery week” day.  It’s the day when you’re jamming every single piece of leftover produce in the fridge into a soup, a pasta, anything to salvage it from the dreaded gone-to-waste-bin.  I hate seeing even half an onion or head of cabbage go unused, so I’ve found…

Vegan Meal Planning Adventures

October 5, 2010

“You know, Keri, adding the word “adventures” to something doesn’t actually make it more exciting…”  I know, but meal planning is exciting!  Imagine never coming home after a long day and wondering, “What the heck am I going to make?”, never searching the pantry to put together an adequate meal in your already exhausted mind,…

Vegan Powdered Sugar

February 12, 2010

This is just a quick post because in my last recipe post I used powdered sugar and a friend asked me if powdered sugar is vegan.  Most bagged powdered sugar from your local grocery store is not actually vegan, as it is made from bone-char sugar.  Many vegans consider things like this a lost battle…

A Little Vegan Bread Blabber

January 24, 2010

Lately, I’ve really been loving creating my own vegan bread recipes for my bread machine because I rarely find a recipe I like without modifications anyway, so why not?  I decided to make all of our own bread awhile back after I got sick of reading the 700 ingredients on the back of every bread…