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Vegetarian Travel Tips

How to Eat Vegetarian in an RV – Yes, It’s Possible!

These days, more and more people are opting to adopt vegetarian (or even vegan!) diets, and for quite a wide variety of reasons, including but not limited to the potential ethical dilemma of consuming meat and other animal products, concerns about the environmental impact and sustainability of a meat-oriented diet, interest in developing eating habits that are…

Vegetarian Travel Tips

Vegan Pizza Crust (that doesn’t suck)

2.5 cups flour 1/2 tsp baking soda 1.5 tsp bake powder 1tsp salt 1 spoon chopped garlic Good amount of crushed red chili peppers (1/2-1tbs) 1tbs flax seed powder (egg replacer) 1 cup rice/soy milk 2tbs olive oil Mix dry ingredients, slowly add wet and stir between each addition. I start to hand stir when the ingredients…

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My toothbrush has a prepaid envelope

An inadvertent side effect of this trip has been transitioning all of our bathroom and cleaning items into cruelty free, natural products. For most things it was easy or we already used them before we left, like Green Works multi purpose cleaner and Seventh Generation dish soap, but there are definitely more things to think of than…

out and about Vegetarian Travel Tips

Last weekend in San Antonio

Last weekend we finally went out a bit to see some of San Antonio. We could have taken a bus but – oh so inconvenient on a Sunday, so we drove the beautiful Brougham instead! Destinations planned – Food at Green, where we had some pretty great and interesting vegantarian (vegan/vegetarian) dishes. Ross had the homemade sausage/peanut…

Vegetarian Travel Tips

Vegantarian Biscuits & Gravy

So.. I have an obsession with biscuits and gravy smothered in hot sauce. Usually the only place that can fill this craving is Cup and Saucer in Portland, Oregon. Mostly because I’m vegetarian and gravy without sausage is a rarity anywhere else.  Coming to Spokane I didn’t really consider this problem and when I started to get…