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First week in Thailand

December 30, 2013 in Travel by Nina R. | visit Nina R.'s blog

As an expat in Thailand I know how to make sure my food is meat free and what dishes to avoid. However, it wasn't always this way. In my first few weeks living here I received meat on my plate multiple times! Sometimes it was a matter of... read more


Veggies on a plane

December 17, 2013 in Travel by Nina R. | visit Nina R.'s blog

After planning for months, my friend Jessi and I were on a plane to Europe! We were about to spend 35 days touring 9 countries, a wicked trip that we had been looking forward to nearly one year after graduating university. Right before t... read more


Two Quick Tips for Going Ve...

November 03, 2013 in Travel by cgibson | visit cgibson's blog

The license plate frame on my car reads “GO VEGAN!” As I pulled out of a parking lot last week, a man stopped me and said, “’Go vegan’? Don’t you know you’re in cattle country?” I laughed a... read more

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How to order off a meat-onl...

October 15, 2013 in Travel by Carrie | visit Carrie's blog

...without offending anyone I am admittedly a pessimist...but looking on the bright side that might make me more of a realist. And the harsh reality in this dog-eat-dog world is that meat-eaters dominate. Which means the odds are stacke... read more


Veggie festivals around the...

September 23, 2013 in Travel by Nina R. | visit Nina R.'s blog

Being a vegetarian is awesome! What's more awesome than that? Spending a day, or possibly days celebrating being a vegetarian/vegan with other veggies! There are loads of veggie festivals around the world. How fun?! Here is a list of fes... read more


The greenhouse effect: an I...

September 04, 2013 in Travel by BecSanderson | visit BecSanderson's blog

I went to Iceland shortly after I became a vegetarian. Vegetarianism was a long drawn out, highly reasoned process. Going to Iceland was essentially a whim, made in a state of wild excitement one day soon after my university graduation. ... read more