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To Eat with Joy: A Guest Post on Recovery and Activism at Our Hen House

January 28, 2013

Evening, friends! I’m delighted that we have so many budding fermentation freaks in the audience Tomorrow, I’ll go through some Q & A that arose from the lacto-fermentation post, and I’ll show you a delicious recipe I recently made with my fermented veggies! But tonight, I want to share a special, recovery-themed post with you.

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Raw, Vegan Rainbow Slaw; My “Conversion Narrative”

May 30, 2012

Hi all! Hope the week is going well. Before I share the delicious “slaw” recipe pictured above, I wanted to encourage you all to head over to writer, historian, and activist James McWilliams’ wonderful blog today, where I’ve written a very honest account of why I became vegan, and how my motives have evolved. If […]

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Green Recovery: Exploring the Link Between Sexuality, Diet, and Self-Esteem

August 9, 2011

Thanks so, so much for your responses to my VegNews nomination! If you missed it, I’m up for two VegNews awards–best blog and best column–and you can cast your vote here. As a reward, you qualify for a year of free ice cream, among other goodies. Please show your support for CR! I’ve been dying […]

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Green Recovery: Casey Lorraine on Finding Freedom Through Wholesome Food

April 19, 2011

Greetings, all! Three weeks ago, I introduced the idea of a “green recovery series.” What’s that, you ask? Well, its my attempt to highlight stories of the many men and women who have moved beyond disordered eating patterns (at least in part) with the help of a plant-based diet. As most blog readers probably suspect, […]

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Copycat Pumpkin Seed Poppy Pate

March 30, 2011
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I admit it: I’m a copycat. Why? Because nearly everything in this post was inspired by the magnificent food at Bonobos—a restaurant I recently visited with Ms. Bitt.

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Green Recovery: The Plant-Based Road to Healing from Disordered Eating

March 29, 2011

Hey all! As I hinted yesterday, I’ve got a very special guest post for you today. This will be the first in a series of posts that I’ve been hoping to start for a long time, and to which I know you’ll all contribute wonderful commentary. The title of the series is Green Recovery, and […]

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Vegan 101

March 25, 2011

Greetings, readers. I’m glad that you all rekindled the love for raw zucchini hummus: that one never gets old. For those who asked, the reasons it’s not green (as it has been in other photos) is because I peeled the zucchini this time. It’s absolutely not necessary, but I wanted to make it look similar […]

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