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5 Vegan Cookbooks-All You Need

Posted by Spencer Hope Davis on October 10, 2010 in The Vegan Diaries |

When I became a vegan I sat on a stool at Barnes and Nobles and went though dozens of vegan cookbooks. Many repeated the basics. Some were just too complex or odd for my taste. I wanted practical vegan recipes that fit my lifestyle, taste, and the time I had to learn and prepare them. [...]

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The Vegan Diaries: 10 Vegan Diet Benefits-Body Don’t Lie

Posted by Spencer Hope Davis on October 1, 2010 in The Vegan Diaries |

Becoming a vegan involved more than a vegan diet choice. I decided to “go vegan” for many reasons. Still, I wondered if I could be healthy as a vegan? Would I get enough protein? Would I have variety? Would I have to stop eating out and being social? After just 8 months, this is the [...]



Men’s Journal Cool Article- “The Rise of the Power Vegan Diet”

Posted by Spencer Hope Davis on September 16, 2010 in The Vegan Diaries |

With the October 2010 article “The Rise of the Power Vegan Diet,” Men’s Journal has taken a huge step towards the mainstream by informing the public on vegan diets. The piece is featured prominently on the cover, hovering above Michael Douglas’ stern face and his “Return of a Fighter” cover story. Important because it discusses [...]



“Consider the Lobster”

Posted by Spencer Hope Davis on August 17, 2010 in The Vegan Diaries, You Gotta See This! |

Just a quick interlude to tell the story behind the video above. My wife is half Bahamian and often speaks romantically about her childhood on the island and the roots of her love for seafood. I don’t share the intensity of that love. When she talks about conch fritters I have no connection to them [...]

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Are You Sure This Isn’t Chicken? The Temptation of Seitan

Posted by Spencer Hope Davis on July 29, 2010 in The Vegan Diaries, Urbanspoon Reviews, Vegan Dining Out |

The first time I had Seitan (SAY-tan) was in Palm Springs California at Native Foods. Native Foods is a completely vegan restaurant and its owner Chef Tanya Petronva came out to our table and explained to me as a vegan newbie, what Seitan is. It is wheat gluten created by mixing protein packed (1 serving [...]

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Make that Vegan Pizza ‘By Any Greens Necessary!’

Posted by Spencer Hope Davis on July 23, 2010 in The Vegan Diaries, You Gotta See This! |

Just finished reading “By Any Greens Necessary” by Tracey McQuirter. Very good book and I highly recommend this quick read to anyone considering becoming a vegan or someone in the early stages like I am. I got the Kindle version of the book and read it on my iPad Kindle app. I’ve been reading lots [...]

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When the Cows and Chickens Come Home to Roost

Posted by Spencer Hope Davis on July 13, 2010 in The Vegan Diaries |

Take something that is living, full of blood, waste, and fluids. Kill it. Let it linger. Wrap it up and sell it. Then cook it and eat it. Yeah. That really didnt seem like it might be very good for me for very long. I admit, I havent always thought this deeply about the food [...]

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“So… What You Been Up To?”

Posted by Spencer Hope Davis on June 22, 2010 in The Road Less Traveled, The Vegan Diaries, Vegan Dining Out |

Yes, I’ve been off the blog for a while now. I’ve also been on an extended social media fast longer than my usual ones. The plan is to stay off facebook through August, and I’m doing pretty good with that. A distant peek here and there. Can’t say I haven’t surfed the web, but overall [...]

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Amazing Vegan Food and New Flickr Feed

Posted by Spencer Hope Davis on April 5, 2010 in The Vegan Diaries, Urbanspoon Reviews, Vegan Dining Out |

Being a Vegan is in large part, what you eat and what you won’t eat. The other and more important part is why and I’ve blogged on that beginning for me. I’ve been on this journey for about 6 weeks now and I feel wonderful. Remarkable. Something that has been a big part of my [...]



Why Vegan, Why Now

Posted by Spencer Hope Davis on February 21, 2010 in On My Mind Write Now, The Road Less Traveled, The Vegan Diaries |

I was a vegetarian for 8 years followed by a time when I was a pescetarian (fish eater). A couple of years ago during incredible periods of stress and family loss I fell completely off my wagon and began eating meat. The obvious changes came in weight gain, digestive difficulties, and mood swings. This is [...]

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