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#TBT | Black Sticky Rice Ice Cream

Image contains an off-white background with a frozen dessert on a stick in the foreground. The dessert is purplish in colour, and it contains numerous black and purple specks within it. Below the dessert, there is a wooden stick and a hand can be seen holding it.

Travelling can lead to plenty of new experiences. In my case, one that has stuck with me is rice in my desserts. Read More »

#TBT | Loving Hut: The Cult That Keeps Feeding Me

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For years, I've known about Loving Hut and Supreme Master Ching Hai, but despite my attempts to avoid giving her money, I keep finding myself at her restaurants. Read More »

TBT | Two Years With Two Dogs

Image contains two dogs laying on a couch facing the camera. The dog closest to the camera is mainly white with black patches around his ears and face. The dog in the background is black with white patches on his chest.

Today marks a great anniversary in my books, and I suspect most of you will not be surprised to learn it involves dogs. Read More »

TBT | Veganism Is Not An Option

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Entering recovery for an eating disorder isn't easy at any point, but when you're doing so as a vegan, things can be even more complicated. In today's throwback, Rey Weyler shares their account of just that from the issue on disordered eating and veganism. Read More »

TBT | Mental Health and Veganism

Cover for Issue 12

With World Mental Health Day after happening earlier this week, today seems like a good time to throwback to the issue that focused on just that. Read More »

TBT | Four Years With No “Real” Job

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Four years ago, I made the decision that not a lot of people get to make: I quit a job that I was no longer happy with. Admittedly, I was scared of what was to come, and I still am. However, I also know that I made the right choice. Read More »