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How to become and stay vegan

I am now listening to the book, The Happy Vegan, by Russell Simmons, the actual founder and creator of the Hip-Hop Culture in America, and world-wide. However, in his 30s, he began to change his lifestyle through: Meditation, Yoga, and Vegan. In this audio, I share my insights and opinions, etc about each chapter of […]

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What’s Good: Hemp Foods

“Hemp, hemp, hooray”* for hemp hearts/shelled hemp seeds and hemp plant-based beverages! Listen, I heard about hemp foods, saw it on grocery shelves, and saw advertisements online and magazines. But, I had not tasted any hemp products or foods until recently. So, I took my lunch break, and went to a local Bartells pharmacy and […]

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Celebrating Vegan Awareness Month

It’s been a crazy first week of November, with all the political hoopla! Of course November 1st was World Vegan Awareness Day, the kickoff for Vegan Awareness Month. Let us now continue to focus on what matters most–our health, well-being, and lifestyle. Let us embrace this special time of harvest by indulging in more vegetables, […]

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How to Make BBQ Tempeh!

It’s still a mild summer in Seattle; So, I made this dish right in the oven. It only baked for 10-15 minutes, after browning the tempeh in a well oiled skillet. I think what really makes this taste delicious is the sunflower oil, of course, plus the liquid aminos, the sweet onions sauteed in the […]

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I Love Guilt-Free Eating!

I bought some croissants and kept singing the old Burger King commercial Burger King Croissand’wich beat the stuffin out of Egg McMuffin and Starbucks had just presented its vegetarian Impossible Breakfast Sandwich. Since neither meet my approval. I made my version of the two: The Veganista Croissant Breakfast Sandwich!

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Grocery List For Mental Health

A 2018 study of 17,000 adults found that people with higher fiber intake of 21 grams per day were less likely to possess symptoms of depression than those who ate less. The recommended intake is 25 to 34 grams daily; however, Americans eat 15 to 18 grams per day, on average. We need to intake […]

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