- I have been vegetarian most of my life, I got out of it and was eating very poorly between winter of 2002 and this May(2008)I just had a moment of extreme self awareness that changed me, it was kind of magical. I would like to get back to veganism again, I was vegan for two years and never felt better.I'm the only vegetarian in my household so when I meet another person who is veg, I'm stoked,It's all smiles and high-fives I like supportive people. The other day I had a woman tell me how bad soy was for the environment and my body...I farted on her:)
- Veg Status:
- spokane wa u.s.a.
- 09 Aug 2008
- Fav Place:
- here &now
- Fav Books:
- love to read, most recent cook book purchase was the veganomican. My most used veg cookbook is Vegetarian Planet by Didi E.
- Fav Music:
- I have very eclectic taste in music.
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- I have ShorDurPerSavs so that changes a lot.
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- 08 Mar 2009
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Reasons why I prefer to eat vegetarian or vegan:
1. road kill is more humane 2. I am not a garbage disposal, and shall not treat myself as one 3. It's wasteful and irresponsible to support the meat industry and is unhealthy to eat meat 4 Isn't it a little evil to kill another?
I joined HappyCow Members Community because:
support, recipes, to meet and chat with other vegetarians.
Here are some places I've been that I liked... and places that I would like to visit one day:
I mostly enjoy myself and have traveled a bit in my day, I really like hot springs and the ocean.I liked Berlin and Arcadia CA the best. I really enjoy living in Spokane, but I've definitely had to make it work for me.
Some of my favorite veg*n foods include:
Miso soup, sesame noodles salad, kim chee,grilled vegetables, brown rice and carrots, broiled tofu with sesame, bag salads, rice crackers, curry, pizza, anything with sweet potatoes. I do eat (organic rennet free) dairy and (free range, organic, veggie fed)Hen's eggs. I regularly (once or twice a week) buy and prepare meat based meals for my family (and it's making me a little insane) the only food's I don't like contain uncooked tomatoes and animals. I have a unhealthy relationship with my fondue pot and my countertop panini grill.
Here are some books, movies, magazines, and my favorites that I would recommend to other HappyCow members:
Vegetarian planet, 1000 vegetarian recipes, the macrobiotic brown rice cookbook, Veganomican, vegan delights, the book of miso, the vegetarian epicure. I'm a big fan of grazing and making up recipes, I hate doing dishes though.
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