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Since becoming semi-vegan four months ago, I've found it difficult to find snacks that are easy to prepare, and good.
At the beginning of the New Year, a close friend of mine—who has been vegan for over a year—decided to create a challenge to encourage friends to try veganism and transition to a vegan lifestyle in 40 days.
Going out is different now, I have to greet every waiter with "I have a gluten and dairy allergy, so I'll need to customize my order" with the hope that the waiter and restaurant can accommodate my needs.
Our yearly tradition of heading down the Garden State Parkway to our favorite family owned farm; Eastmont Orchards, always gets me ready for the Fall and the holidays.
The older I get, the more I'm turning into my mother. That's a good thing, especially since I'm starting to enjoy baking and she's a damn good baker.