Testing Out The Vegan Egg

I am not pure Vegan, but most of my food comes from Vegan. I like the dairy product too. Everybody has their own opinion about what food they like or want to eat. We used to don’t have so many Vegan products in Bay Area. Now last 8 or 9 years. They are emerging so much. Everything you can buy Vegan.

A few years back several Vegan Restaurant was open. Before 20 years was hard to find vegan products in Bay Area. We had some restaurants. A Little bit far.

I am always not so good cook.:(

It was so complicated to have some of the food i like and want to have no eggs, no any other animal product other than dairy.

We had IBM’s search, Netscape, Bing UNIX( The University of California, Berkeley (BSD), Microsoft (Xenix), IBM (AIX) and Sun Microsystems (Solaris). We didn’t have Google, YouTube, Facebook. No Computers for lots of cooking information.

No sharing kind of.

We had Big IBM computer, which runs on DSL. It wasn’t so fast like now. It was so heavy.

(We Donate IBM Computer for research).

Sorry, i am confusing everybody and talking about Bay area’s Computer History.

This is Creatives site, not the Technological site. Sorry about that. 🙂

I was talking about Vegan, I don’t eat eggs, and other things so I was always careful and never buy Vegan Eggs as soon as I found the product review. I want to share with everybody I love. 🙂

Hi all! I cannot believe it has taken me this long to try out the ‘Vegan Egg’ from the brand Follow Your Heart. To be perfectly honest, even before I became a vegan, I was never a huge fan of eggs. They always sat in my stomach and took so long to digest properly. Nevertheless, […]

via Testing Out The Vegan Egg – Product Review! — Peace.Love.Veggies

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Yoga for Diabetes

Yoga for Diabetes


We can control Diabetes. 🙂

If we take one step at a time, like change the fat intake, it will help. Walk or do any exercise for 20 min/day when sun has sunshine. Eat 2 whole fibrous fruit or vegetables/day. Stretching 2 min/day ( if you are shy to do outside do it at home). 🙂

 

What Do You Eat?

What Do You Eat?


Every day it is a battle inside the brain what we should eat for our good health.

Every food is a good food if we use it proper way. Balanced form. 🙂

The strangest part of becoming Vegan has been the questions. For some reason people seem to think that because I don’t consume dairy or meat products, I don’t eat. I can’t tell you how often I get “so, what do you eat then?” Don’t get me wrong, I love the questions and I am more […]

via What Do You Eat? — The Pineapple Blonde

Easy & Delicious Basil Pesto Recipe

Easy & Delicious Basil Pesto Recipe

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The lazy days of summer are here and I’m often wondering what to make for dinner. It is great when I can pull out some homemade basil pesto from the freezer and make something delicious. I make this recipe quite a lot because my basil plant is growing like crazy. It takes about 10 minutes-that […]

via Easy & Delicious Basil Pesto Recipe — A Boarding Pass to Life

Top 10 Healthiest Foods

Top 10 Healthiest Foods


Healthy or not this is the debate topic. We always think before eating any food. Eat this food or not.

Every country has their own healthy food. So lets see and than if we decide what will our taste buds approve. 🙂

Sunday Evening Art Gallery

Sunday Evening Art Gallery

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I think this is the good idea for creativity and healthy food.

Edgar Artis is an Armenian fashion illustrator who is using everyday objects and paper cutouts in order to complete his beautiful drawings. He draws women and in dresses them in something from the real world. Edgar uses flowers, feathers, burnt paper, fruit and all sorts of other materials to make beautiful dresses. His illustrations are full […]

via Sunday Evening Art Gallery Blog — Edgar Artis — Humoring the Goddess

Winter Medicine: Delicious & Warming Tonic Syrups

When dark, winter days challenge our bodies as well as our spirits, nothing makes a better remedy than old-fashioned tonic syrups. Time tested & true, these potent preventatives and remedial healers call on the nourishing, medicinal powers of tonic plants and adaptogenic herbs, berries, honey and warming spices. And not only will they help fortify […]

via Winter Medicine: Delicious & Warming Tonic Syrups — gather