We’ve been working full-time in The Minimalist Vegan for seven months now, and we thought we’d give you an update on our progress so far. It’s only been such a short amount of time but feels like so much longer. 

In this conversation, we talk about if Michael is still eating one meal a day, an update on our plans to move overseas, our overall health, how we stay productive, and how we’re feeling about the podcast.

Sometimes it’s helpful to pause and check-in with yourself to see if you’re living with intentionality or reacting to your environment.

We hope you enjoy this raw discussion and just know that we’re still figuring these things out.

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  1. Hi Michael & Maša
    Just waNted to tell you how much I look forward to your newsletter each week.
    Love the writing- SO engaging
    LOVE the recipes!!! Made the semolina slice recently-it definitely has Croatian connections …!!! My 85 year old mum really liked it…. she would never have believed it was vegan!!! I didn’t even tell her… I prefer to have it as normalised as possible and not even draw attention to something being “vegan”. The veg loaf in this weeks email looks great- and I look forward to making it..
    You two do a fabulous job, and a generous contribution to community…
    THANKYOU for all you do
    Much love Zlata

    1. Thank you SO much Zlata!! That is such a sweet and thoughtful message 🙂
      I’m so glad your mum really enjoyed it, it’s one of my favourites at the moment, too.
      I hope you’ve been well and enjoy the lentil loaf.
      Maša xx

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