Hi, My name is Sophia.
I've been reading/lurking on blogs for a long time now, for about 3 years now. I tried blogging back last year, but had some issues that prevented me from devoting enough time to blogging. I really love the blogging world, and want to devote time to it now.
I have been Vegan for about 1 year (I don't make a big deal out of a little dairy or eggs once in awhile, because I hate wasting food, and making life really difficult for their people)I've been a Vegetarian for 12 years, I live in Kingston, Ontario, Canada with my Vegan Boyfriend:
And My two Veggie cats:
Shiloh (which is my baby, I bottle-fed her from 3 weeks old)
When she was 4 weeks old:
Now: (doing her favorite activity)
Delilah (she was a stray, and we took her in when she was an inch from her life)
When she was 4 months old:
This my boyfriend(John) and I, at a friends wedding in last summer.
I am a part-time Nanny, and a want-to be paid freelance writer/food reviewer.
I am writing a cookbook, and hope to write a few e-books along the way. I have two cooking styles, modern pretty food, but my main theme is making old terrible for you favorites better for you and cruelty free.
The theme of my blog is "what your momma didn't know" about all the things that are bad for us, and all the things that make animals suffer. I want to help people see that good for you, non-cruelty-free food is good for you and tastes great!
Do you have any questions for me? Because I love answering questions!
This was my supper tonight, tofu scramble with potatoes, onions and garlic (may seem like an odd combo) but its very delicious. I also use Indian black salt to make it taste a little more "eggy".
A side salad with homemade: Black olive and sun-dried tomato dressing.
With homemade Multi-grain bread, with Earth Balance on the side.
I love Tofu scramble its so versatile and you can make it with anything in it, its my quick no-brainier go to meal.
I want to ask a new question every post, its a great way to get know everybody!
My question is: Whats your quick, go-to no-brainer meal?