Plant-Based Food

Following a plant-based diet is the best thing you can do for your health, the environment, and of course for the animals being killed for food. If you haven’t seen the documentaries Forks Over Knives and What The Health they are both on Netflix and focus on plant-based eating. Here are a selection of articles I have written about plant-based food. It’s never too late to eat healthy!

Bon Appetite!


  • Thanksgiving The Vegan Way: Celebrate Turkeys As Friends, Not Food – (2018) – “Have you seen the photo of a turkey and a human at a table with a large feast spread out before them? The caption reads, “The only way to have a turkey for dinner.” Instead of being dead on a plate all carved up next to side dishes, the turkey is happily sitting at the table enjoying a vegan meal with the human. My son Noah would be thrilled if a real turkey showed up to enjoy a nice home cooked meal with us.”
  • 5 Tips For Making Your Halloween More Vegan Friendly – 2018 – “We have been vegan for more than seven years. I became a vegetarian at 7, when I realized cows, pigs, and chickens are killed for food. I raised Noah, now 12, as vegetarian, but when he was 5 I began to learn the truth about the dairy and egg industries and was horrified. Noah is passionate about helping animals and even at that young age refused to participate in their suffering after I shared basic age appropriate information with him.”



  • Vegan Meat and Cheese for Your Charcuterie Board – 2018 (Print Magazine / Online) “As the vegan lifestyle continues to gain popularity, creative businesses across Canada are offering up a variety of delicious, plant-based cheeses and meat alternatives. “





  • Everything You Need to Know About Vegan Wine – 2016 – “Veganism is on the rise around the world. There are meat alternatives for everything from bacon to fish sticks, dozens of dairy-free milks, and even vegan eggs have been invented. But if you want a glass of wine with your plant-based meal, get ready to do your research.”



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  • 7 Meals To Celebrate Meatless Mondays – 2017 – “Raising animals for food produces more greenhouse gas emissions than cars and planes combined. Which means even small steps toward vegetarianism can preserve water and other resources, and also reduce the effects of climate change, deforestation, and pollution. It’s why the nonprofit initiative Meatless Mondays launched in 2003. Now a global movement spanning 44 countries, the idea is that everyone should go meatless at least one day a week—for their own, and for the planet’s, health.”



  • 7 Vegan Versions Of Your Favourite Comfort Foods – 2017 – “The vegan culture scene is thriving. Vegan restaurants are becoming mainstream hot spots to enjoy a meal – and not just by vegans. Carnivores and omnivores are blending in among the herbivores and trying new foods that go way beyond a meat-free hot dog.”
  • These Delicious Halloween Treats Are Completely Vegan – 2016 (International Website) “These days many families follow a vegan plant-based diet and abstain from eating meat, fish, dairy, eggs, honey, gelatin, whey, or anything else taken from animals, and therefore don’t eat everything they bring home on Halloween.”
  • 5 Healthy Plant Powered Mason Jar Lunches To Make This Week – 2016 (International Website) “Mason jar lunches are the latest trend. If you want delicious and Instragram-worthy midday pick-me-ups your coworkers will drool over in envy, read on.”



  • Seven Delicious Vegan Cheeses You Can Make At Home – 2017 – “These talented, all-female recipe developers, bloggers, cookbook authors and chefs have created some magnificent vegan cheese recipes that stretch, melt and taste great. Each one uses healthy ingredients that are good for your body and your soul. So whether you choose to avoid cheese because you know the truth about the dairy industry, you’re lactose intolerant or just want to be a bit more health-conscious, you’re in for a tasty treat with these plant-based cheese recipes.”