Weodmonath was the medieval Anglo Saxon name for August – and it means “weed month.” Which may explain your lawn or garden if you’re anything like me. Or maybe you have another association with weed… August, comes from the title of the Roman Emperor. In Latin, Augustus means ‘the great one.” The Roman Senate decidedContinue reading “Weodmonath”
What do you think? Is the year Half Over?Or is it Half Started? From my point of view, 2021 is just getting going. I feel SO energized because a few projects that were in the planning stages during the last couple of months including our youngest daughter’s wedding are in the rear view mirror. ThreeContinue reading “It’s Half Time 2021!”
November 19, World Vegan Month – Animal agriculture has an enormous impact on the environment. Greenhouse gas emissions, water usage, deforestation, herbicides and pesticides all contribute to large scale ecological damage that may even be more than the impact of energy production from fossil fuels.
November 18 World Vegan Month – Prepare for a Vegan Thanksgiving or your next big family dinner with some Vegan/Whole Food/Plant Based side dishes.
November 17 – 9 Days until Thanksgiving in the US. What is a small thing you can do to “vegan-ize” an offering at dinner? Maybe try a Vegan Butter substitute before the big day.
November 16 – Link for the Dr. Michael Greger’s “Daily Dozen” for Plant Based health https://nutritionfacts.org/app/uploads/2018/03/imperial.png
November 14 – Make sure you are eating Whole Foods – Diet Coke and Oreos may be Vegan but they are not going to fuel you to be an example of energetic vibrant Vegan living. The best thing you can do to help spread the word about the Vegan lifestyle is to be as healthyContinue reading “World Vegan Month”
November 13 – International Cuisines for Plant Based Variety
November 12 – Vitamin B12 – Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin for all humans. Older adults, those having had bariatric surgery or with chronic poor absorption issues including Crohn’s Disease, Celiac Disease and IBS as well as those eating a Vegan or primarily Plant Based diet should discuss supplementation with a medical professional.
“Cruelty-Free” on labels and in descriptions typically refers to products and actions which do not kill, harm or test on animals. There are Cruelty-Free cosmetics, cleaning products, additives and medications of all kinds.Cruelty-Free is often used to describe a vegan recipe or one of the thousands of vegan analog food products. It’s hard to argueContinue reading “Good Bye, Cruel Words! (Vegans Made Simple – Part 6)”