Instead of waiting for your favorite restaurant to reopen the dining room, here are six ways you can support the vegan community without leaving your home.
Throughout the course of our lives, we may find ourselves having to share a living space with others who have routines and diets quite different than our own. In our case, vegans and omnivores had to share a household.
It’s getting easier and easier to be a vegan at home, pending you live near a metropolitan area. But what about vegan travel. Is it still hard? Does traveling as a vegan only come with sacrifices or does it come with more benefits than just eating a cleaner diet?
It’s getting easier and easier to be vegan at home. New meat and dairy replacements are popping up every season and cooking veggies, legumes, and grains is affordable in most areas of the country. What happens when you leave the safety of the kitchen of your home?
Our names are Benjamin Hagerty and Brianne Nemiroff. We’re a married couple originally from California. Since we became a couple in 2009, we have always been passionate about travel, both locally and abroad. We were inspired to take a long-term trip in 2017 to explore more of Canada and the U.S. and we soon realized that this wasn’t just a lengthy trip, but a new lifestyle choice, and that we were destined to explore.
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