Home made seitan with teriyaki sauce and brown Japanese rice! 💚 🌱This was our second time making seitan, we're trying new spices to change up the flavor a bit. I will be posting the recipe soon. 🌱Also, while we were in Chicago we went to the Japanese market and found all sorts of cool stuff! We got a set of colorful chopsticks, rice bowls and a lot of food, like the brown Japanese rice. It was an awesone experience. 🍚🍙🍶 🌱Have a wonderful rest of the day 🦄
My daughter and I literally killed our #metcon workout- don't get it twisted, metcon was trying to kill me, but I pulled up my big girl socks, closed my eyes and told myself that when it hurts, that's when your making the biggest change! I'm literally exhausted and pumped all at the same time! 😜 So now we needed to fuel our muscles and nothing seemed better then this quick oats creation as I had already gotten all my #greens in today! So Yup it's almost 7pm and I just made Amanda and I the best #vegan post workout/dinner! #quickoats with a sprinkle of coconut flakes, pumpkin seeds, blueberries, and I may or may not have added a pinch of vegan chocolate mini chips with a splash of almond milk and a side of blended frozen banana and strawberries (green leafs left on) 😍 Oh, and that little blue bottle featured in the pic... well that's my #panaway essential oil... it is WIDELY used to support muscles: topically, diffuse it, or inhale straight out of the bottle and to be honest- im doing all 3!! #chemicalfreevegan#postworkoutmeal#veganfoodshare
Seeing crows eating roadkill is beautiful; roadkill is not. There is something beautiful in the natural-the crow scavenging and the mammal not dying in vain. There is nothing natural, however, about cars and thus roadkill. Technology is not natural. Aboriginal peoples hunting and and farming/foragingy is not a disturbing image. Modern day peoples eating cows and pigs and chickens etc who were born and bred and lived long enough only to profit for consumption-when there are totally viable options for heathy diets on plants alone-that's disturbing (run on sentence I know). Plants feeling or sensing does not negate the horror that is perpetuated in omnivorous culture. It is not natural, it has evolved into something sinister. Because it is so engrained in the culture it feels natural, but it wasn't over night that farming became horrific. The insidious nature of regulations and demands on "products" (animals who love and feel just as much as dogs and cats) has created an idea that we still have happy cows who willingly give milk- not thinking about how the cow was impregnated-and if they wait around for her to be ready and willing she won't be so profitable so it's forced (rape) then the milk is taken. It was for the baby, so the baby is taken too. That baby will either die in a few days or a few years. This is repeated till she can't handle it and then she's impregnated one last time and sent to slaughter (more product that way). Then she's eaten. The remains of these animals, ligaments/tendons/bones/eyeballs/anus/etc ends up in pet food, candy, marshmallows, car oils, etc. that is not natural. If you value one species life but would take another's (they can not consent so..) then you are speciesist. Take time and think. Nature is light and dark yes; is this dark the natural? Or is it something else in masquerade?