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    Vegan Wedding Series | Part 3: The Food

    May 20, 2014

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    As wedding season approaches, I want to talk about one of the most important parts of a vegan wedding, or any wedding in fact: the food. You’ve probably already though about this, and maybe even decided on your menu. If so, great. Feel free to skip this instalment of the Vegan Wedding Series. If not, […]

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    Vegan Lifestyle | Tips for the Traveling Vegan

    March 27, 2014

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    Our family travels a lot, it seems at least once a month or at least every other month we are flying somewhere or road trippin’. Once I have returned from my travels, it seems that more people ask me what I eat on the go, than how my trip was. It also seems to be […]

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    Fun Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your Vegan Sweetie!

    February 6, 2014

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    Who says you have to drop a ton of money on Valentine’s Day? Sure, the holiday is about showing your significant other that you love them, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune (or any at all!) to show you care. To me, Valentine’s Day is about more than just heart-shaped boxes […]

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    Vegan Lifestyle | 5 Tips for Traveling Vegans

    January 24, 2014

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    Last week I shared a few photos from our recent trip to Abaco, Bahamas and briefly mentioned that it wasn’t too veg-friendly. I’ve travelled quite a bit since I’ve been vegan (even all over the country in a van with Peta2 for a few months) and this trip was by-far the most unprepared I’ve ever […]

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    Vegan at Disney World | The Happiest Vegan on Earth

    January 3, 2014

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    I was raised a Disney baby. My whole family loves it, a lot. There is something so special about a man who had a huge dream and pursued it despite so many people telling him it wouldn’t happen. I always remember Walt when I start to doubt what I am doing trying to make it […]

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    Vegan Macaroons from Feel Good Desserts

    October 28, 2013

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    So, this may come as a shock to some of you, but I had no idea what macaroons were until this past year (GASP, I know)! From the first time I saw their fluffy little bodies, I knew we would fall in love, but I couldn’t find a legit looking vegan macaroon for the life […]

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    Vegan Winemaking | From Juice to Bottle

    October 22, 2013

    Many vegans don’t realize that animal-based ingredients are often used in the winemaking process. We asked Cheryl Durzy from The Vegan Vine in San Martin, California, for some insider info on what makes a wine vegan or non-vegan, and how vegan winemaking differs.

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    Vegan in Europe | A Vegan Day Out in Liverpool

    October 19, 2013

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    Hello everyone! I’m absolutely thrilled to be joining the Vegan Housewives family and thought my first post would be an ideal time to introduce myself. While this is an American blog, I’m absolutely certain that I’m not the only European reading it religiously and I’m hoping to contribute some UK-focused content for all of us […]

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    Vegan in Atlanta | Dough Bakery…Part 2

    October 10, 2013

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    You might have read the post about Dough Bakery a few days ago. Here is a funny story about this. The minute I started thinking of my first review I instantly thought of Dough. I panicked for just a moment thinking, “I can’t double post.” But Dough is good enough for a double post because […]

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    Vegan Brunch in Atlanta | Dough Bakery

    September 30, 2013

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    I’ve mentioned this before, but it can never be said enough: vegan brunch is the best meal of the week. I mean, how can you go wrong with a “late” (the emphasis is a little shout out to all of the parents out there) wake up followed by coffee, breakfast food and often alcoholic beverages […]

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