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A funky, retro-cool essential for the vegan lifestyle, this cookbook contains a wealth of recipes and substitute ingredients completely free of meat or other animal products. It was written by two friends who became vegans and found it to be rather tou...

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PeaSoupEats - Inside my Vegan Fridge pt.1



You Meet the Coolest People on Capitol Hill

I recently moved from my old haunt in the International District which I had grown to love for it's diversity of food and languages,to a new nieghborhood that is full of diversity on a different scale.

I now live in the Capitol Hill which is a funky mix of college students, punkers, band members, tattooed this and that and a large openly gay population. From fat hairy old men holding hands to adrogenous beings whose sex remains a mystery to me.

Of course the the young college women are a treat to the eye but I have more fun with the luck of the draw type of people I find myself next in the local coffee shop. I don't drink so bars and their inebreated clientel make little sense to me. I can't figure out whether they are happy or sad and you never see a lane change in thinking coming with them.

In the coffee shop I can hardly keep my eyes on what ever little thing I brought to read while enjoying my carmel frappaccino half caf with soy whip and vegan free range sugar, never caged or given hormones. The landscape ranges from the woman with the whole retro thing going on and sporting a newly tatted tummy, the dude with more piercings than I have ever seen. I am not just saying that either. He has those huge disk things in his ears. I am thinking that this is done so people will stare. So I do.

The sign on the door reads, "If your racist, homophobic, or just a plain old asshole, your not welcome here". I like that. Personally I am a raging heterosexual but I don't have an issue with people being what they want to be. Just don't push it on me please. If I find it against my sensibilities I am free to walk away. In my honest opinion if you have to bash a race, religion, lifestyle or whatever it is because it scares you. What is to be afraid of? You think you might secretly be one?

I am pretty sure of who I am. Possibly now more than I have ever been in my life.

About the Author

Brad Hamilton is an author, publisher, and consultant living in Seattle Wa. His publishing company Hop On Press works is know for it's quality targeted affiliation publications.

This article is taken from his personal page at http://www.bradleyscott.info

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How It All Vegan! (Paperback)


How It All Vegan! (Paperback)


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A funky, retro-cool essential for the vegan lifestyle, this cookbook contains a wealth of recipes and substitute ingredients completely free of meat or other animal products. It was written by two friends who became vegans and found it to be rather tough going. With humor and honesty, they share that experience with readers who may be considering a similar journey. For example, though the authors (who also co-authored the sequel, THE GARDEN OF VEGAN, HOW IT ALL VEGAN AGAIN) make heroic efforts to find an alternative for good cheese, they are quite honest about the reality that there really is none. Designed for vegan newcomers, this book takes pains to bring flavor, variety, and possibility to a diet many assume to be severely restricting. Meal suggestions cover everything from breakfast, to afternoon tea, to dinner and dessert. Other extras include suggestions on good substitutes for essential cooking items such as butter and milk. (For example, half a banana can replace one egg in many recipes). Also offered is a discussion on snacks for children and general hints for setting up house for those who aspire to be vegan homemakers extraordinaire. Recipes include Apple-Cinnamon Cornmeal Pancakes, Garlic Dill Cream Cheese, Faux Tuna Salad, and Maple Walnut Brownies. Body care recipes include Cucumber Lemon Mask, Peppermint-Clove Toothpaste, and Soothing Sunburn Lotion. With B&W photographs.

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