Black Vegan Voices

There are many many Black vegan voices out there advocating for decolonization, community health, human and animal rights, sustainable agriculture, and so many more issues that are core to the vegan/plant-based lifestyle. Their work is inspiring, challenging, and critical to the food justice movement. Despite popular belief, vegans aren't all white women - the #wfpb … Continue reading Black Vegan Voices

In Defense of Bread

First and foremost, this is not a post about gluten. I understand that people have serious sensitivities and autoimmune reactions to gluten. This might be a hard post for my GF lovelies to read. (I certainly don’t like reading articles praising cheese, which I have a sensitivity to.) But bear in mind that bread does … Continue reading In Defense of Bread

Almond Ambiguity: Nut Milks and Water/Drought

A vulnerable part of our complex environment often slips by us unnoticed: Water. We’re made of it, we can’t live without it, but it is the resource that is most in jeopardy now that climate change is upon us. I certainly haven’t been as aware as I should be, however, of widespread water issues. Lately, … Continue reading Almond Ambiguity: Nut Milks and Water/Drought

Rolled oats

Madison’s Oat Milk Recipe

Here's an abbreviated list of my reasons for making oat milk. Far less water (than dairy or nut milks) Far less Greenhouse Gases No additives! Less packaging. You can buy oats in bulk and use reusable containers No need for fancy cloth or equipment (which is kinda necessary for making nut milk at home) It's … Continue reading Madison’s Oat Milk Recipe