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  • Holiday

    Vegan Dessert Recipe | Earl Grey ‘Honey’ Loaf Cake + Coconut Cream Glaze

    May 7, 2014

    I sometimes joke that I moved to the United Kingdom purely because I’m such a tea fanatic. I really am, though. Last time I moved, my mother was there helping me pack up everything; when we got to the kitchen, she put her foot down: ‘Who needs this much tea?!’ she said, aghast at the […]

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    Gluten-free + Raw + Vegan Recipe | Easter Cake Pops

    March 25, 2014

    Easter, after Christmas, has got to be my favourite holiday. When I was little, my mother knew exactly how to make it special: she would hide hundreds of mini chocolate eggs in every nook and cranny of our house and on Easter morning, my sister and I raced to find the most eggs, then spend […]

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

    February 6, 2014

    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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    Multicultural Christmas Musings

    December 23, 2013

    As you may or may not have noticed, I live in Liverpool, United Kingdom, The World, The Universe (etc.), together with my British fiancé. I myself, however, am the holder of a German passport, a country I have spent the majority of my life in, apart from brief stints in South Africa and the United […]

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    Natural Birth | Happy Holiday Births

    December 13, 2013

    My intention was to post this over the Thanksgiving weekend, as scheduled, but the flurry of family, food–and yes, a birth–kept me from it. Real life always makes its own schedule, and real birth does as well. In the birth professionals community we talk a lot about what happens to pregnant people and birth around […]

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    Holiday Kid Craft | DIY Christmas Stationary

    December 12, 2013

    The closer to Christmas it gets, the more fabulous activities are happening around the house to get us excited and maybe even overwhelmed a tiny bit. Not much cooking is going on these days, but we do craft like crazy so the big family table gets used properly. This time we came up with the […]

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    Gluten-free + Vegan Recipe | Almond Butter Gingerbread Slice

    December 2, 2013

    I’m not quite sure how it happened, but it’s December already.  I feel like I just put away my holiday decorations and now I’m digging them out of the closet again.  As I settle into the season, I find myself with a hankering for all manner of baked goods.  Usually something with a good bit […]

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    Martinmas: A Celebration of Light

    November 9, 2013

    Happy Martinmas! Never heard of it? Well I hadn’t either until one of my homeschooling friends sent me an invitation to a lantern walk. Always one to look for new traditions to begin with my family I was intrigued and did a little research. Martinmas falls on November 11th, it is an ancient catholic festival […]

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    Vegan Holiday | Being Gratefully Vegan This Thanksgiving

    November 7, 2013

    The very mention of vegan eating during the holidays can cause the average person to run away screaming. More specifically, the thought of celebrating Thanksgiving without a turkey is almost blasphemous for some, and I’ve witnessed time and again people who toss consciousnesses out the window just for that reason. What they aren’t taking into consideration, […]

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