To be vegan is to embrace a lifestyle that acknowledges, in the words of Dr. Schweitzer, “a reverence for all life.”
I am vegan and I am a wife, mom and yogi. We are living a vegan lifestyle for our health, the health and welfare of the animals, and that of the planet. Our veganism stretches beyond our diet and we consciously avoid animal products as much as possible in our clothing (e.g., wool, duck down, leather, silk), cosmetics, etc.
Yes, it is a challenge to be vegan, but it makes life so enjoyable that it is a challenge worth taking on! It makes cooking super fun and gets my creative juices flowing. In fact, everyone who joins us for a meal leaves fully satisfied and with a handful of recipes. We have inspired many of our friends and family to think about what they are eating.
All of my recipes are easy. E A S Y. If they weren’t, I would not be in the kitchen at all! I am a busy wife, mom and yoga teacher. So I prep ahead and use fresh, organic ingredients (when possible). And, almost all of the dishes I make take less than half an hour.
I hold a Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from eCornell and I am a Certified Plant-Based Professional through Rouxbe.com. Contact me!