Monthly Archives: November 2012

Fennel Mashed Potatoes

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If you are new to Don’t Fear the Vegan, which is definitely a possibility as much as this little blog has been growing the past few months, you may not be aware of the fact that I am a working … Continue reading

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Walnut Loaf en Croute with a Parsley Pomegranate Sauce

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Earlier this month I was in California visiting family and had the opportunity to go to a Greek restaurant with my sister that had many vegan options. We ordered a half-dozen different appetizers that sounded interesting, one of which was … Continue reading

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Happy Save a Turkey Day

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During the week as I mentioned to people that my families plans for today were to stay in our jammies, eat snacks, watch movies and play video/board games all day, many admitted they were jealous while others were taken back … Continue reading

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Omi’s Rum Pudding with a Nog Twist

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Omi (our name for grandma) was famous amongst family and friends for her rum pudding. It was requested for every holiday and social occasion. I would run into people years after they had attended an event where they had the … Continue reading

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Vegans Say What? What do you think of PETA’s latest ad?

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So this is an ad that PETA ran in Canada in September and will be running near public schools in Reno and California. What do you think? Do you feel it will have any sort of impact? Does anyone know … Continue reading

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Worthy of Sharing: Anti-Captivity Video

Two minutes of beautiful and then darkness and reality set in. This is why I can’t support the places that promote these behaviors! Anti Captivity Video

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Worthy of Sharing: The Heart of Darkness

So let me say right from the beginning, this isn’t a story about food, Veganism, or animal rights, but rather humanity, forgiveness, and healing. Yesterday, I spent 10 hours in airports and planes and was unable to charge my phone … Continue reading

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