I get super fucking excited over new vegan products coming on the market but I wish people got even half as excited about doing vegan advocacy work with the public or writing to political prisoners as they do about vegan cheez-its.

Backed hard. Veganism has become so much of a foodie movement and not nearly enough of an animal rights movement.

Anonymous asked:

How do you deal with being a vegan and eating out?

I live in a city with tons of vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants and cafés. I don’t eat out a lot, and I don’t like spending money at a place that doesn’t offer a vegan option. If you don’t have any vegan-friendly restaurants in your area, I would strongly recommend organizing vegan potlucks in your community.

So long, San Francisco. You’ve been wonderful.

04.09.14 @ 14:1314

I have died and gone to heaven. Cinnaholic custom vegan cinnamon rolls in Berekley, CA.

04.08.14 @ 12:33193

If you’re not following me on Instagram, you’re missing out on me being cute and San Francisco being amazing.

A refreshing bottle of perfection to accompany a beautiful beach day.

04.06.14 @ 14:3234

Yoga To The People in San Francisco has the most beautiful studio.

04.06.14 @ 13:226

Breakfast at Herbivore in San Francisco.
French toast, potatoes, basil pesto tofu scramble, and an amazing strawberry shake.

04.05.14 @ 10:3610

Huge vegan gyoza party with my housemates last night before leaving for San Francisco. There were so many different ones - black beans, peanut butter and banana, potato and pea, almond and date, tofu and mushroom, and peanut butter and jelly.

04.01.14 @ 10:11147

Breakfast on the porch.
Green smoothie {pineapple, spinach, banana, SoyCo lemon yogurt} and carrot cake oat, rye, barley porridge.

03.31.14 @ 11:1918