Summer is soon approaching, which means it's about that time of year to enjoy backyard barbecues with friends and family. Even if you're the only vegan on the deck, you can still have fun and eat some delicious food. If you're tasked with bringing a little something to share, here are some options to choose from that even the most militant meat-eater will enjoy.
Sauerkraut is usually found on top of a well-dressed hotdog, but it goes well on salads, sandwiches, and countless delicious casseroles. I personally like adding it to tuna or egg salad instead of pickle relish.
Vegans usually don't have to worry too much about where their nutrition is coming from. Those who follow a whole food, plant-based diet tend to naturally reach recommended values for protein, iron, vitamin D, and many other macro and micronutrients non-vegans love to harp on.
The biggest problem with the U.S. political game is that a lot of us are left in the dark about what's really going on in our country.
"Where do you get your protein?" is a question that should be banned from any conversation with a vegan. Only the most malnourished individuals ever suffer from a protein deficiency—if you're eating a well-rounded diet full of veggies, fruits, and grains, you'll never have to worry about it. No protein shakes necessary.
Having recently reviewed Rusty Lake's latest installment, Cube Escape: Paradox, I've decided to go back to the beginning of the series and play through the games in order.