~ Carrot Cake to a Thanksgiving Potluck! ~

I drove down to Function Junction, Saturday evening, to “quickly” participate in the Vegan Potluck, but didn’t stay long due to the fact that my son wasn’t feeling well. I  made a quick appearance, chatted for a little bit, grabbed some food to take back home with me, and left my Carrot Cake there … I brought home a mixture of somewhat spicy raw vegy … Continue reading ~ Carrot Cake to a Thanksgiving Potluck! ~

~ “Alive” Organic Vegan Wine with Pasta and Kale & Tomato Sauce ~

I was in the Liquor Store buying some beer for a friend who fixed our cracked kitchen window and I came upon this beautiful bottle of wine and thought I should try it …. A very delicious Merlot ($22.00) which I quite enjoyed with my Pasta and Kale & Tomato Sauce from Dr. Neal Barnard’s Book “The Cancer Survivor’s Guide”. I just recently bought this … Continue reading ~ “Alive” Organic Vegan Wine with Pasta and Kale & Tomato Sauce ~

~ Via Mercanti Food Shop in Toronto, Kensington Market ~

A very delicious stop in Kensington Market in Toronto! The ladies here were amazing and very accommodating! The pasta had no eggs and the cheese was removed from the sauce…. I had a vegy wrap with curly fries and my son had pasta with a tomato sauce. We three kinda shared everything and we also bought a vegy soup, plus some coffee…. … another delicious, … Continue reading ~ Via Mercanti Food Shop in Toronto, Kensington Market ~

~ Calii Love in Toronto ~

We found a great place called Calii Love to have a little dinner while walking the streets of Toronto. After working out in the Gym, Good Life, for about an hour, we ordered delicious vegan bowls and smoothies!   Mine had brown rice underneath all these delicious vegys! plus ponzo tofu! Guacamole, sprouts, sweet potatoes, edamame, sesame seeds…… the dish was about $12.00. They have delicious … Continue reading ~ Calii Love in Toronto ~

A Vegan Guide to Ingredient Lists & What to Look For

Originally posted on Journey to Green Living:
We live in a world that isn’t vegan in the slightest. This is a well-known fact of course, but some food items which could be vegan aren’t due to sneaky, unnecessary ingredients put into common foods. The accidental consumption of non-vegan foods can be avoidable by knowing exactly how to read food labels as a vegan. ? The… Continue reading A Vegan Guide to Ingredient Lists & What to Look For

~ The little Town of Ymir ~

I started out the morning with a walk to Sheep Creek with the dogs, Denny and Donner. Another gorgeous hot day, 27 C, and not so smokey from the nearby fires. British Columbia is having a bad time with fires this year, worse than any other!! Even in Whistler, we had so much smoke, you couldn’t see the mountains … only a very, very faint … Continue reading ~ The little Town of Ymir ~

~ On the Road to Salmo, B.C. ~

We left WHISTLER exactly at 6:03 p.m., drove south towards VANCOUVER, then along Highway 3 to PRINCETON where we booked the Sandman Inn for the night. (Dogs allowed!) After a decent night’s sleep, a walk with Donner the dog, we drove into the little town of PRINCETON for a picnic brunch in their little garden central. I waited outside with Donner, while they went into … Continue reading ~ On the Road to Salmo, B.C. ~

~ A Crispy, Juicy, Crunchy, Raw Black Bean, Vegy, Fruit Salad ~

So as I was stretching, and doing my Ab work-out at the Gym, I was envisioning a crispy, juicy, crunchy, raw salad for dinner. We dropped by Nesters again to buy a few more groceries, even though we were just there yesterday! No matter…. here we go…. (I try to always buy organic)….. So I just threw together…. quick and simple…. 1 can of black … Continue reading ~ A Crispy, Juicy, Crunchy, Raw Black Bean, Vegy, Fruit Salad ~

Plant-Based Vending Machines to Pop up in San Francisco

Originally posted on Powered by Mangos:
Plant-based company leCupboard plans to install the first of 30 food vending machines in strategic locations throughout San Francisco over the next three months. The goal is that these interactive machines will help people fight disease with food. “The goal is to reconnect preventative healthcare with food,” said founder Lamiaâ Bounahmidi. “Everyone is going around talking about food as… Continue reading Plant-Based Vending Machines to Pop up in San Francisco