San Francisco, California. Almost all big cities in California are great for vegans, but listing all those cities would take up all the top ten spots! San Francisco is, hands down, the best place in the world to live if you’re pursuing a vegan diet. There are an abundance of vegetarian and vegan restaurants, and not to mention the year-round sunshine that makes it ideal for organic farmers to continuously produce fresh fruits and veggies.
Holidays, especially Easter, with all the ham, milk chocolate, and baked goods, can be hard for a vegan or vegetarian. But that doesn’t mean a vegan should be resigned to the boring side dishes. Check out these classic Easter vegan spin-offs and enjoy the holidays as much as everyone around you!
Veggie art is an interesting take on veggies. Artists all over the world have indulged in the art of playing with their food. Several websites are dedicated to this art form, and others just have pages filled with awesome pictures!
It’s not uncommon to be the only vegan in a house full of meat-eaters. If you became a vegan while still living at home, it’s easy to believe that not everyone in your family was stirred to drastically change their lifestyle as you have. Maybe you switched to veganism while at college, but live with roommates who absolutely love Wing Night. Sometimes you find true love, but unfortunately, your partner may not be as passionate about a cruelty-free diet as you. Since being vegan and eating a well-balanced diet does tend to take up a lot of time and effort, issues are bound to occur between you and your meat-eating cohabitants. By following some easy tips, you can minimize these occurrences, and even turn your living situation into a lesson in acceptance for everyone.