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T.O.F.U. Talks: Newfoundland Video Now Online

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I hosted another live chat this weekend as part of the T.O.F.U. Talks series, but this time the person was in the same room as me and we were talking about our home province, Newfoundland and Labrador. Read More »

T.O.F.U. Talks: Newfoundland

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If I'm going to be sticking around my home province of Newfoundland and Labrador for the rest of this month, I might as well talk about the vegan scene here, right? Read More »

WAIW | Go Vegan! Then Stop?

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If all goes well, I'll write a more structured blog post on the topic in the future. For now though, will a Wednesday rant work for you? Read More »

Thailand Vegetarian Festival Food Haul

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I finally made it to Thailand during the vegetarian festival, and it's turning out to be even better than I expected. To get an idea of just how great it is, check out what I've bought at 7-Eleven and Big C. Read More »

Review | Love and Lemons by Jeanine Donofrio

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Although it didn't contain many lemons, Katie found plenty of reasons to love Jeanine Donofrio's cookbook, and the Apple Fennel Salad recipe that she includes at the end was just one of them. Read More »

Review: My New Roots

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Labels can be tricky things, and "vegan" certainly falls into that category. Of course, when you mix in things like "plant-based" and "whole foods", there's bound to be miscommunication. In the case of My New Roots, both Katie and I thought these moments of confusion would be great for a bigger conversation. Read More »