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Vegan for Her TV!

Vegan for Her TV – live – coming soon!

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Olive Oil for Healthy and Intuitive Eating

Healthy intuitive eating was a theme in our our chapter on weight in Vegan for Her. Here Ginny Messina talks about the role of olive oil in healthy eating.

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Balsamic and Hemp Seed Cabbage Salad

This quick and easy Balsamic and Hemp Seed Cabbage Salad is packed with flavor when you use a flavor-infused vinegar. Try fig – it’s delicious!

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Building a Supportive Vegan Community + A Forum Update

Whether vegan, vegetarian or veg-curious, we designed this community for you – for everyone. Tell us about your journey so that we can all learn and grow together!

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Adzuki Bean Potato Salad

Do you like the Adzuki Bean Potato Salad in Vegan for Her? Try making homemade beans and serve this tasty, umami-rich salad over wilted lettuce!

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Anyone (No, Seriously, ANYONE!) Can Change the World for Animals by Jasmin Singer

I know what it means to feel things deeply. I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that you do too. If you’re like me, you have experience with smiling big, crying hard, loving harder, and trying your darndest to live your life with intention – and with your eyes wide open. That’s […]

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Nutrition for Women: Our Needs Really are Different

Why a book on vegan nutrition for women? Are the needs of women really that different? In fact, they are. Here are five of the ways in which diet and nutrition are a little bit different for women…

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A few recipes, in photos

Here are a few photos of Vegan for Her recipes. Hungry? Get the book!

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Cut Cravings with Vegan Umami-Rich Foods

When JL and I started talking about plans for Vegan for Her, we brainstormed ideas for recipes, including ones that would highlight the nutrition material in our book. I wanted to make sure that important healthful foods like beans, leafy greens, walnuts, Mediterranean type dishes, and tofu would all be well-represented. I also asked for […]

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Living in a “multivore” home: How I use umami to bridge the vegan-omni gap

Hello, my name is JL and I am a vegan married to an omnivore. Surprised? Don’t be.  It’s not so uncommon.  Many people make dietary and ethical decisions that are different from their partner or loved ones.  I suppose what does stun some people is that I am a vegan lifestyle coach and educator and […]

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