I started this blog as way to be an outlet for me. I’m busy with a toddler during the day, and this blog is like a diary (in a way), and it lets me express myself while talking about the recipes I try while the little one is napping. I try to be a good vegan and a good vegan mom. I try to find healthy, nutritious, and delicious recipes to make for my family. However, I will incorporate meat from time to time. I believe that my family makes a compromise when I cook vegan dishes. So, I will make a compromise and eat what they want whether it be chicken, beef, or eggs.
I like trying out new recipes and experimenting, or the Hubs says “not reading the instructions.” Although I like cooking, I am in no way clever enough to come up with my own concoctions, so I blog about cooking with other people’s recipes instead. Some of my favorite sources for finding good vegan recipes are: One Green Planet, Oh She Glows, Deliciously Ella, Inspiralized, and Pintrest. However, I am still learning and discovering a whole bunch of other good sources.
My photos are in absolutely no way professional. I take them while I’m preparing the dish and usually with the little at my side pulling on my pant leg because he wants to see what I’m doing. So, I won’t apologize for the poor quality (because I’m not a professional) unless the photo is blurry. Also, I won’t apologize for the mess you may or may not (but most likely will) see in the background of my photos. Like I said, I’m taking the photos as I prepare the recipe. So, you may see sippy cups, snack cups, papers, coloring books, crayons, or who knows what else. My kitchen is a lived-in and well-used kitchen.
With all of that said, I do humbly thank you for taking time to read my ramblings.