Monthly Archives: December 2012

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Vegan dinner: Italian style sausage and beans

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Being vegan, I eat lots of beans. I love beans! So good and so good for you. Plus they are so malleable and fit anywhere. Garbanzo beans, or chickpeas, are probably my favorite bean. My lunch the other day was just a … Continue reading

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Vegan Dinner: Blackened tofu with rice and steamed kale

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Looking for a high protein, cruelty-free dinner? This meal was so hearty and fabulous. The way I made it, this dish had about 500-600 calories and tons of protein and calcium. The original recipe came from Elisa at Eating Whole. … Continue reading

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Thrift store finds

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Happy Holidays everyone! I love shopping at thrift stores for just about anything and everything. I keep a list on my phone of household items to look for when I venture into a thrift store. The other day I was … Continue reading

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Spiders

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Admittedly, I’m kind of a wuss, but spiders terrify me like nothing else. (Except zombies.) I really have no explanation as to why this is, it just is. There have been moments when I’ve been paralyzed in fear. It’s totally … Continue reading

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Mount Si hike

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Mr. James loves to climb mountains. I like to hike too, but I’m not nearly as crazy about it as he is. He is trained to climb massive mountains and I am not. So when we go together we go … Continue reading

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Anniversary day!

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Happy Monday everyone! Today marks one month of wedded bliss for Mr. James and me. We just received our photos from Amy Booker Photography and they are beautiful. I just wanted to share a few and relive our special day.

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Vegan “beef” stew

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Here is a warm and cozy recipe for these frightfully chilly winter nights. It is adapted from a recipe I found on PETA here. This is my take on the stew, using what I had in the kitchen. There are … Continue reading