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