My Holiday Tradition Called Kwanzaa by admin | Dec 26, 2017 | Fashion, Lifestyle | 0 CommentsWould you agree we could use more Unity in our society today? Would you agree that Self-Determination leads to creations, inventions? Would you agree that Collective Work & Responsibility improves communities? Would you agree that Cooperative Economics encourages... Magically Delicious Denim by admin | Dec 2, 2017 | Fashion | 0 CommentsMAGIC. A very appropriate name for the superbly sexy merchandised marketplace recently held in Las Vegas. As a first time attendee, mesmerizing is also an adjective I would use to describe MAGIC 2016, a well-orchestrated tradeshow whose goal is to bring together great... When a vegan is invited to a tailgating party by admin | Aug 17, 2017 | Fashion, Health | 0 CommentsIt's almost football season! Yay! Came across this blog and thought I'd repurpose it. I wrote it earlier this year leading up to the Super Bowl, but the recipes shared in this blog are great for any food gathering. Now that tailgating season is fast approaching, why... You get shoes! You get shoes! Everyone gets shoes! by admin | Mar 7, 2017 | Fashion | 0 Comments“Whether giving away 50 pairs of shoes or 50,000, there wouldn’t be enough to meet the demand in Haiti.” Very profound words by Samuel Darguin, Executive Director of Haitian American Caucus, a micro enterprising...Read More
Un-Tuna Here’s what you need 2 cups carrot pulp 1/2 cup Vegennaise 1/4 cup finely chopped Hajiki seaweed or 2 Tbsp dulse flakes 1/4 cup chopped onions or scallions 1/4 cup chopped celery 1/4 cup chopped bell pepper 1 finely chopped jalapeno pepper 1 Tbsp Mrs. Dash, Spike or 21 seasoning Here’s what you do Save the carrot pulp left over from carrot juicing. It will store for several days in the refrigerator. Soak the Hajiki seaweed for at least 20 minutes in 1/4 cup purified water or until it has re-hydrated. Drain and squeeze off excess water from the seaweed before adding to the carrot pulp. Add all ingredients to a mixing bowl and stir thoroughly. This incredibly tasty blend can be used in any manner that canned tuna is used. Compliments of Living SuperFood Recipe book by Chef Keidi Awadu...Read More
So, you’ve decided to eat healthier. Whoohoo! Perhaps you’re starting with cutting out meats for at least two or three times a week. Great job! Now, suddenly people bombard you with questions as though you’ve created the cardinal sin of all sins. After all, you have! You are depriving your body of proteins! Ugh!! Heaven forbid, child, where will you get your proteins from if you don’t eat meat? Oh my! You horribly ignorant thing, you. You’re not getting any proteins! Hurry, eat this triple-decker beef and bacon samich! If people could only take two mins and read this post (okay, maybe five mins), they will realize that question about proteins should never ever again enter their brain and part from their lips. That question indicates the person asking knows nothing about the metabolic processes of the body in getting and staying healthy. First, to back up and answer that protein question, I’ve learned through my training under Keidi Awadu and all his research and books, to ask the person THIS question: “Where does the gorilla get HIS protein from? Where does the elephant get HIS protein? Rhinos, hippos, cows, etc? They all are big strong animals who do NOT eat meat. So I’m getting my protein from the same place they get theirs: plants! I’m just cutting out the middleman, that happens to be very disruptive to the digestive system anyway.”...Read More
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Terri Eileen Liggins is a writer, editor and blogger for a billion dollar online retailer, Zappos, Inc. She is also Founder and Publisher at The Literary Front Publishing Company and Founder at The Law & Raw Institute for Balanced Healthy Living.