Gone Vegan

Lindsay Hutton discovers the politics and pragmatics behind a meat and dairy-free diet.

The Food Revolution

If you read one health-related book this year, let it be The Food Revolution by John Robbins. 

Walking the Walk: Vegan Shoes

As I have mentioned in previous posts, becoming a vegan opens one up to all sorts of sometimes-ludicrous feedback from an expansive peanut gallery.

Fire Up the 'Que!

Summer is nearly upon us, signaling us to shake the potato bugs from the hammock, clean the mould out of the cooler and of course, dust off the old ‘que and nudge her  back to her fiery occupation.

Adventures in Vegan Parenting, Part One.

If there is any justice in the world, I know my children will be obstinate little demons. Any munchkin sharing 50% of my genetic material is likely to give me at least a few years of headaches.

Top-Drawer Toronto Vegan Nibbles

Despite my having to cut my weekend with the girls trip a bit short, one of the highlights of my stay was the food.

Apps for Veggies

Applications for smartphones are the new techie cottage industry. Aren't you glad the bespectacled technocrati set didn't forget us veggies? 

A Strip Club for Vegans

A wise person once said that you knew you hit the mainstream as soon as nearly naked women are utilized to sell you, your product or your ethos.

Lindsay's Recessionista "Meat" Loaf

This past weekend, I attended a bit of an Easter/Passover potluck hosted by a university gal pal I hadn’t seen in far too long.

What can a vegan diet do for you?

I live in Hamilton, in a cute little borough populated with shiny, happy Ugged-and-Lululemon’d young couples with $1500 strollers and yoga mats rolled up under their arms.

Vegans Are Too Sexy for the DMV

I've been a bit ill these past few days, and my superbly composed entry on disease prevention and veganism had to be put on the backburner.
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