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Vegan Very Vanilla Coconut, Raspberry Ice Cream Recipe

Now that summer is here, it’s time to cool off at a cruelty-free cost. This tasty dessert is not only irresistibly good but vegan! Who needs artificial ingredients or dairy when you can make your very own ice cream with … Continue Reading →


DIY Avocado Banana Lemon Face Mask for a Cruelty-Free Complexion

When discovering acne, a pimple, or oily skin, the number one thing you want to do is get rid of it! Sure, it can be easy but finding a product that is cruelty-free and doesn’t test on animals can be … Continue Reading →


Turn to Tempeh Plus BBQ Tempeh Sandwich Recipe

­When eating a vegetarian/vegan diet, food is the biggest part. Well, for any person, food plays an important role, obviously. We all have to eat to survive. But when it comes to fitting that into your already hectic schedule and … Continue Reading →


The Soy Scoop Plus Sweet ‘N Spicy Barbecue Pineapple Tofu with Brown Rice Recipe

Tofu is one of those foods many steer away from. It’s sponge-like, plain, and for some, bland. But once you get used to cooking with it and explore its protein filled possibilities, you might find that it really does become … Continue Reading →


Crazy For Kale Plus Recipe

If you’re not already eating kale, start! Its nutritional benefits outweigh spinach and do wonders to your health. But be aware that if you’re just starting out, you may want to take it easy on how much you consume right … Continue Reading →


For the Love of Lentils Plus Recipe

Unlike the common misconception that meat eaters place on vegans and vegetarians about lack of protein, there are actually many healthy ways to get protein besides meat (meat isn’t good for you anyways!). A great example of this is lentils. … Continue Reading →