As we recently celebrated our 7th vegan anniversary, we thought it would be interesting to share what we’ve learned.
In this conversation, we compare what we expected to experience when we first transitioned with how things have panned out.
Whether you’re veg-curious, a new vegan, or have been living cruelty-free for decades; we trust you’ll be able to relate to some of our lessons so far.
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Things mentioned in this episode
- What’s Your Vegan Origin Story? – Episode 002
- Vegan Gibanica Recipe (Serbian Cheese Pie)
- Challenging The Stigma of Animal Activism – Episode 016
- 12 Ways To Practice Vegan Activism And Make a Difference
- Is Supporting The Wool Industry Really That Cruel? – Episode 066
- Owning Your Identity – Episode 031
- Vegan Tiramisu (Gluten-Free)
- Does Being Vegan Automatically Make You Healthy? – Episode 013
- Food Additives by Vegan Easy
Here are some vegan Chinese food recipes for you: https://hurrythefoodup.com/vegan-chinese-recipes/
Vegetarian/vegan Chinese food exists! At least it does in the US. They usually describe themselves as vegetarian, but my experience is that they are mostly vegan. This article has a great list of ones in LA which is where I first found them. https://www.latimes.com/food/dailydish/la-dd-chinese-vegetarian-story.html
I have also had veg Chinese in Oakland, Seattle, and even vegan dum sum in New York. I hope you can try some of them one day!
And, many thanks for the reflections on your vegan journey. You both have helped me a lot with my own. Cheers to your 7 years!
Ah, fantastic, Heather! We hope to try these if we ever find ourselves in the US again. Thanks for sharing and for tuning into the show.