La Végétalienne

("The Vegan")

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withloveandkale:

~Date Truffles~

one of the yummiest things I have eaten in a while, not to mention I do not feel guilty after popping a few in my mouth…or maybe more than a few:)

without further ado here is the recipe:

1 cup soaked medijool dates

1 cup old fashioned rolled oats

1 tbl vanilla extract

1 teaspoon cinnamon 

1/4 cup shredded coconut (sweetened or unsweetened)

coco powder (optional)

Put the drained dates through the food processor then add the rest of the ingredients. add coco powder if you want them to be chocolate. I did mine half regular and half chocolate. Pulse until the mixture is smooth. take teaspoon-tablespoon fulls of the mixture and roll into balls then roll in toasted coconut. pop them in the fridge for about half an hour or enjoy as they are! store in the fridge. ENJOYYYY

With love and Kale,

Chloe

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Not-so-insta-gram… last night’s dessert: banana soft serve with melted dark chocolate, strawberries, and crushed chocolate covered espresso beans #vegan #yum

Not-so-insta-gram… last night’s dessert: banana soft serve with melted dark chocolate, strawberries, and crushed chocolate covered espresso beans #vegan #yum

Filed under yum vegan

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Grilled eggplant, sweet corn, squash, zucchini, and portabellas with wheat berries and basil spring onion oregano avocado lemon garlic balsamic dressing #vegan #summer

Grilled eggplant, sweet corn, squash, zucchini, and portabellas with wheat berries and basil spring onion oregano avocado lemon garlic balsamic dressing #vegan #summer

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eviternal:

VEGAN FUDGSICLES  Serves: 5 Ingredients  2 avocados (remove pit and skin)  3/4 cup + 1 tablespoon of Cocoa Powder  1/3 cup almond milk  1/4 teaspoon salt  2 tablespoons vanilla extract  1/4 cup agave Directions  1. Combine all ingredients in food processor until smooth.  2. Use a piping bag to get filling into the molds (to avoid a mess). Tap the containers so that the air bubbles pop.  3. Stick in the freezer overnight, or until they freeze.  4. If your fudgsicles are hard to remove from their containers- run the popsicle mold under hot water briefly and the fudgesicles will come loose.  Recipe from Brittany Angell.

eviternal:


VEGAN FUDGSICLES
Serves: 5


Ingredients
2 avocados (remove pit and skin)
3/4 cup + 1 tablespoon of Cocoa Powder
1/3 cup almond milk
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons vanilla extract
1/4 cup agave

Directions
1. Combine all ingredients in food processor until smooth.

2. Use a piping bag to get filling into the molds (to avoid a mess). Tap the containers so that the air bubbles pop.

3. Stick in the freezer overnight, or until they freeze.

4. If your fudgsicles are hard to remove from their containers- run the popsicle mold under hot water briefly and the fudgesicles will come loose.


Recipe from Brittany Angell.

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be-their-sound:

itsasecrettoeverybody:

“One of the things that constantly shocks people I speak to is how young farmed animals are before they are killed. Despite advertising and other popular notions to the contrary, farms are not benign places for farmed animals. Most are intensive factories designed to get animals from birth to slaughter in the quickest time possible. They are certainly not sanctuaries.” “The positive is, of course, all this death is avoidable. No farmed animal – regardless of whatever age they are – has to die for you if you choose to stop eating meat, eggs and dairy products. The best way to end the suffering of animals is to go vegan - or at least start in that direction.” Read the full blog post here.

Great post, thanks for putting this up. 

be-their-sound:

itsasecrettoeverybody:

“One of the things that constantly shocks people I speak to is how young farmed animals are before they are killed. Despite advertising and other popular notions to the contrary, farms are not benign places for farmed animals. Most are intensive factories designed to get animals from birth to slaughter in the quickest time possible. They are certainly not sanctuaries.”

“The positive is, of course, all this death is avoidable. No farmed animal – regardless of whatever age they are – has to die for you if you choose to stop eating meat, eggs and dairy products. The best way to end the suffering of animals is to go vegan - or at least start in that direction.”

Read the full blog post here.

Great post, thanks for putting this up. 

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Filed under vegan baby animals animal rights carnivore vegetarian compassion

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Quick lunch break: #vegan wrap with arugula, red pepper, red onion, chickpeas, roasted garlic hummus, avocado, leftover maple-Dijon slaw, cilantro, and toasted sunflower seeds on whole wheat tortilla. The real #fastfood

Quick lunch break: #vegan wrap with arugula, red pepper, red onion, chickpeas, roasted garlic hummus, avocado, leftover maple-Dijon slaw, cilantro, and toasted sunflower seeds on whole wheat tortilla. The real #fastfood

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