A Very Vegan Valentine’s Day Project is Over

Yep. It’s over….the project I mean.

I like this so much that I’m going to make it my way of life.

This is a brand new way of cooking, shopping and eating that I really like. It’s a lifestyle that I can sustain. I like how I feel. I love the health benefits that I can reap from it after reading the Engine 2 book by Rip Esselstyn. Reading that book is a real eye opener on the effects animal products and by-products can have on your body and how eating a plant strong diet is nutritional and tasty at the same time.

So there you have it. A Very Vegan Valentine’s Day Project is over because after Valentine’s Day and after next Sunday I’m going to stay vegan.

I’m really grateful for my running friend for hosting her party “A Very Vegan Holiday”. It opened my eyes up to a whole new way of eating and a whole new way of thinking about food. Her party gave me some knowledge to go out and do some more of my own research. I refuse to give her identity away on the blog but thank you very much Very-Vegan-Holiday hoster!

I’d also like to say thank you to my running buddy for doing this project with me. I loved having your support through this. Two heads are better than one!

That’s it for now! Short post tonight. Pete will be coming with his first Greek Eating Project post early in the week. I’ll also post my Greek Eating Project post as well–vegan style. Lots to look forward to!

Sara

A Very Vegan Lady Date!

That is a Whole Foods napkin held by my lady date in her delicate Vanna fingers. Underneath the napkin sit two vegan hot dogs Chicago-style. They were super yummy. My lady date paid for my hot dog! Isn’t that nice? She’s awesome. She’s also my vegan buddy and is going vegan for the two weeks with me and doing it in her own way! Vegan lady dates are awesome! Yep we left the men at home.

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