Ah, the annual panic that shows up in the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving among vegetarians and the people preparing to host them for dinner. While other holidays can be just as (if not more) challenging for plant-powered eaters, there's something about Turkey-centric Thanksgiving that makes people get totally stressed out. We're here to help!
If you're anything like me, you've been averting your eyes the last few days when headlines like "Your Vegetarian Hot Dog Might Contain Meat!" showed up on your social media feeds. And while the "what I don't know doesn't hurt me" approach did work for a while, I've been feeling a nagging urge to find out more about this surprising bit of news. You too? Great. Let's explore together.
What would you do with an extra $15 a week? Get a manicure? Save up for some concert tickets? If you’re already eating meat free, you might want to go ahead and splurge—you’re saving money, it seems, by preferring plants. Do you find going veg has made you spend more at the grocery store? Then click here for our one rule for eating vegetarian and not breaking the bank.
Is it us, or does it always feel like time for a cookie? Of course cookies are not the best choice for breakfast, or a healthy snack. But how would you feel about a completely plant-powered recipe that can help you ease that cookie craving AND feel totally energized? Then check out our no-bake, gluten-free, vegan, oatmeal raisin cookie balls.