Thursday, October 26, 2017

This Is Not a Month of Food Post

Friends, there is not much more load that we can bear... the news on Lemon is as bad as it gets. Another punch to the gut for us, nothing in comparison to what he faces. I've tried to put a positive face on for you, so many truly care and it's what has been holding things together for us, but there are cracks In the veneer of my being that are growing by the minute it seems. I've spoken very little of the bureaucratic debacle we are being subjected to by government on every level including local, but it's taking a toll that is indescribable. I thought it would be therapeutic in some ways on our end while informative on your end to do videos and show certain realities. But as with absolutely everything else in my post Irma world, this too is impacted. Simple things are just not simple, will they ever be again is what I ask every day. I've enjoyed what I've been able to do, so I will try and get videos or posts up to finish out the month but I'm not sure I am able,

We have worked so hard, there has been no down time, none. It's all for the reopening, 18 hour days usually. the news about Lemon comes as a total shock in this chaos. I've been his person a very long time, and the other happy vegan loves him just as much. It's difficult to be back in this position just weeks after Princess crossed.

Lemon is very brave, he always has been. His beginning wasn't the best, we were lucky he landed with us. He's my boy, my man, and although I don't speak of him much, he's been a constant and stable presence through some of the worst times I've lived through. Hold good thoughts for him. He is comfortable, loved and supported by excellent trusted doctors. We can never know how long, but the prognosis is grim, we will do our best to maximize the time that remains and be the stewards he deserves.

Thank you friends as we continue to try and work through the shitstorm.


Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 24: Whats Up In The Hood and A Recipe

Today on the video I talk about the progress of the community at large down here. Resilient does not even scratch the surface.

Our prompt today is party food. Scroll past the video and you will find a link to a fantastic vegan wet buffalo mozzarella recipe. I've made it dozens of times, it's no fail, easy and delicious. A great intro to the DIY vegan cheese world, no special items required. Locals, you can get unsweetened vegan yogurt locally at Date and Thyme in Key West, and sometimes at Publix, marketed under the So Delicious label.

Come see my video!

Here's the link to the vegan wet buffalo mozzarella recipe published by Miyoko Schinner. Miyoko is a culinary genius far ahead of her time. Anything with her fingerprints on it I recommend, from books, to products to videos. Her artisan vegan cheeses are available locally at Date and Thyme in Key West as well as Food for Thought in Marathon. They are a little on the spendy side, but if you can swing it they truly are worth every penny. Here's the link:

The recipe is perfect for entertaining, you can make it a few days ahead (change the water every day). Although good tomatoes are hard to find in the Keys, this is perfect with fresh tomatoes, fresh basil and drizzled with balsamic. Getting hungry over here...

Thanks for checking in today, see you tomorrow!

Vegan love to you! xo

Monday, October 23, 2017

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 23: The Key Deer

On my way to feed the ferals tonight, I came upon a freshly hit and killed Key deer doe on my street. I'm furious. The road is piled high with hurricane debris, has only temporary patches where the washouts were (in fact one large washout remains to this day), and visibility is compromised due to all the chaos. Despite this, all sorts of haulers, contractors, scrap people and curiosity seekers are speeding up and down the road night and day. On the video I say the Refuge states there are 12 deer deaths attributable to vehicles since the hurricane, well you can add one more to that and if you ask me I bet dollars to vegan donuts the number is MUCH higher.

Here's today's video:

I'll be very honest, I'm feeling weary lately and stupidity doesn't help the cause. Drive with care please, there are animals and people displaced all over down here. Thank you for being among those who care. 

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 22: Good News!

Guys I'm so tired I cannot do a video. But I can share a recipe and some great news.

The prompt today is something like unusual grains. I'm a huge fan of buckwheat as well as freekah. Buckwheat is far more affordable where I am. They are both gluten free, a plus for me. I was making large batches of raw vegan chocolate buckwheat granola before the storm and had dehydrated tons of organic strawberries also as topping for the cereal. All wiped out in the storm, probably in the Florida Straits along with everything else we lost. It's been a while since I made the granola but I did find what looks like a similar method as how I was making mine. No sprouting required but it is dehydrated. It was so wonderful, I really enjoyed it. Add things you like, omit things you dislike. I only use scant amounts of sweetener when I make things for myself but maple syrup is my first choice. Here's the link, and there's a photo that happened to be on my phone I'll post on Facebook since I cannot upload here. Same pic from chocolate day, lucky you:

Now on to the good news. I still go feed the ferals each  night. There is only one left post storm it's killing me. There's a new tuxedo who shows up every few days, nothing on schedule though. I still search for the others, to no avail. But tonight while I was at one of the regular stops, my fellow feral steward Mr. "Z" appeared beaming ear to ear... "my buddy showed up tonight!!! He's there, he's there!" So there it is, great news another has returned. We will keep going, looking, calling, and hoping. But now we have 2 of the old regulars back. A miracle.

See you tomorrow, thanks for letting me slide today, it was just too much. Still love you though. ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 2017 Day 21: Lost and Found.

In a post Irma world, you win some, you lose some. Which I guess is the same as in pre Irma world.  PS.  potato! Roll em! (Scroll past video for recipe link, yum!)


Friday, October 20, 2017

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 18: Irony and Food

Today I was schooled quite painfully on the meaning of irony. Ouch. If I don't laugh, I'll cry and never stop.

The prompt is deconstructed food, hipster style. I had to google it to understand. My little Keys vegan life didn't have hipster food, til today. Proud moment for me with this offering, donated food, hurricane style.

Watch and learn about both.

Giving  thanks yet again for all the beautiful people who lift us up every day in every way. 😊❤️

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 17: Animals and A Recipe

Today I talk about the animals that share their lives with us and give you a 3 ingredient recipe. If you scroll past the video there are links to the fudge recipe and to the Vegan 8 site which is among my all time favorites. If you only make the chocolate and peanut butter non dairy ice creams off the Vegan 8 I would be happy. Life changing recipes made with freaking SWEET POTATOES!!!!! But don't stop there, she's got the goods so have at it. Now let's go to the videotape!

Here is the link for the fudge. I used fleur de self finishing salt, by mistake I say sea salt on the video, oopsie.

This is the link to the Vegan 8's 4 ingredient chocolate ice cream, mind blown... sweet potato base.

This is the link to the Vegan 8's 5 ingredient peanut butter ice cream, again sweet potato base, again mind blowing... I would not steer you wrong!!

Keep on vegan on. Hugs til tomorrow. 🐾

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 17: Give Me Chocolate

There is no video today, instead quasi stream of consciousness ramblings from yours truly.

Our prompt today is "chocolate." Another home run.

When my father was alive he had few clothes in the scheme of things. All his life, dad leaned more toward humor even with clothing (or maybe that all really just started when us kids came along). I still have a Far Side cartoon t-shirt of his, yup survived Irma. His clothes always made me laugh, in particular a sweatshirt with a bear on it that said "give me chocolate and nobody gets hurt." Trust me, it was funny. As we go about our lives around here frantically restoring, repairing, rebuilding it's about 1000 times a day I want to pick up the phone and call him. Then the other part of me simply gives thanks he's not alive to see this, it would be a crushing weight for him to bear, one no parent deserves.

The past day or so has been a test in the faith we have in our own selves, a test of patience, and a test I think of how strong we will continue to be no matter how many times it seems we are being tested at every turn. Thing is, we know we are not alone probably the majority of the Keys community feels the same at this moment for one reason or another.

So, how does this tie in with chocolate

When Charlie Wilson of Date and Thyme came up to hand deliver fresh, delicious, organic vegan food she brought a chocolate bar in the care package. I think it was the first thing I tore into. I will never forget those deliveries from Charlie and her angels nor that chocolate bar. I savored it bite by bite as the day wore on, zero guilt, 100% happiness and gratitude. It made me feel better. Chocolate is my ultimate comfort food, you should know that by now if you follow us here or Facebook. One of my most memorable food moments of my entire life was the first time I went to a full vegan restaurant I think over 20 years ago. So ahead of their time. I ordered a slice of chocolate ganache cake for dessert. To this day that slice of cake remains the best cake I've ever had for so many reasons. They are long out of business though just another casualty of being ahead of one's time. I can relate to that whole ahead of your time thing with our own business model. The majority of things done here pre Irma were through our own good steward initiatives, certainly not because any incentives were involved. I sit here wondering if any of it mattered, didn't get us extra business nor recognition. Cost us gobs of money in the long run fighting tooth and nail often against our own government to do things, there's often times big reasons people go into government, not many are visionaries and innovators that's for sure. However, our green business model insured we always slept with a clear conscience in that regard. Likely  I ate a lot of extra chocolate through the years, you never thought all those asphalt miles I pounded out were because I like running did you?

Yes we are being tested and you just can't keep good people down here or anywhere else in this Keys community. Look out, we are coming back with a roar, we are not lying down, and most importantly we are both locked and loaded with our chocolate.

Ps for good measure I'll see what pictures I may have of chocolate things lingering on my phone, I'll get something up on Facebook because right about now seems to me we all need more chocolate in our lives. 😬

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 16: Zombie Apocolypse Survival Food

This prompt was hand tailored for me, they are asking for zombie apocolypse survival food. I got this. Keeping it real, no jokes. We lived through, and are recovering from, a disaster. When life cuts you off at the knees, you can either learn from it and rise from the ashes, or roll over and die. Phoenix. Always choose Phoenix.

PS: what do vegan zombies eat?  GRAINS!!! Tee hee 😊

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 17: Alcohol (as an ingredient)

I'm taking some liberties with this post. First no video, no time. When I say I'm busy, it's an understatement. We hope to roll out our reopen date for you in the very near future, which adds a double fun layer to things right now as you can rightly imagine. Secondly, the picture posted (a miracle itself) is a Sugar Apple tempeh Reuben... close enough under the circumstances. Mostly food on this post today with a few personal ramblings, follow along.

I removed alcohol from my life due to issues I have with sugar. Yes if I want a drink I'll have it, but it's rare. I'm not anti alcohol personally, although certainly not everyone should be drinking, and if we do indulge no driving (or texting haha). Lots of people use alcohol in recipes but I look at it as simply another allergen and I choose to not include it in anything I make commercially, for catering or for our guests. That said I will still add it to things like tiramisu for friends and family. When recipes do call for the hard stuff I typically swap out juice of some type. Here's a recipe I discovered years ago when VegWeb was in its prime. Beer baked tempeh Reuben's! I've made it with vegan beer back in the day but now when I make this I substitute apple juice. Here in the Keys make the trip to Cole's Peace in Key West for the vegan rye you won't be sorry. You know my favorite sandwich, that which I judge all other sandwiches by is a tempeh Reuben. I'm fortunate enough that Sugar Apple in Key West makes the best I've ever had, so I'm sharing a picture from one of the gazillion Reuben's I've had there. Someday soon we will be back to some type of normal life and a tempeh Reuben at Sugar Apple is top of my list. I would never steer you wrong...try this recipe with or without an IPA. I leave off the caraway seeds but that's just me.

Mmmmmm vegan tempeh Reuben. For the win. Here's the link:

Motor over to Facebook for the picture, sorry!

Til next time. ❤️

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 15: A Walk in the Park

A friend that works for the State of Florida offered to escort me through a tour of Bahia Honda State Park post Irma. I jumped at the chance as the Park remains closed since the storm. It's funny how sometimes I think I know how I'm going to feel during certain experiences, but since I never experienced whatever the "it" is I shouldn't have expectations, right? That's how it was for me today... my feelings were very different than I expected them to be. I wasn't allowed to shoot video or photographs, but I can tell you what I saw. ❤️🌴

My friend's friend said it best... Bahia Honda has taken herself back from us. What will we learn as we move forward... will we hear her cries and heed the message?
Vegan love to you and yours. ⛱

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 14: Touring a Debris Pile

Today my first video explains how I spent the day. Fasten your seat belt for the second video. We scope out a debris pile. And since it is Vegan Month of Food but I forgot to talk about food, my tip is save all those odd peels, bits and ends of your veggies, not a morsel of that goes into my compost. I freeze it all and when I have enough I throw it all into a pot, cover it with water, add whatever herbs I have around and make my own stock. No measurements, no fuss. I strain it and freeze in muffin tins then pop them out and store them frozen to roast your veggies, make your vegan frittatas and do all sorts of magic.  My great stash of stock was lost to Irma but once we get a freezer again, I'll be back on the mission. Now videos!

And here we go...

😪 indeed.

Til next time. xo

Friday, October 13, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 13: An Update and A Recipe

Whew, today was busy! I got a video up for you just after sunset offering an update on what's really going on with our business. Also, we have cake. Sort of. This is what I made so many weeks ago, pre-Irma, for my birthday. It's a mostly raw chocolate peanut butter swirl cake. If you've never had a good raw dessert you're missing out.... they can be unbelievably decadent. My peanut butter was not raw and the nuts were pasteurized so not truly raw. Who cares, the recipe sounded good... I was right! Almost 6 weeks bouncing from freezer to freezer and it still tasted spectacular. I made a few tweaks based on what I had on hand but stuck close to the recipe also because that site is one of my favorites for raw. Since Irma I couldn't be any further from raw, but I'll always be vegan. We are simply blessed to even have food in our life during times of strife, hardship or disaster (or a combo of all 3...) the link to the recipe is after the video. Today is actually the other happy vegan's birthday. I went all out and got him a pint of his favorite almond milk ice cream, and he even had some of the raw ice cream cake too. Mr. Happy Camper! Lol.

And here's the link to the cake recipe. Feel free to post any questions you have, now go be your rawsome vegan self!


Thursday, October 12, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 12: Why Stay

Not a morsel of food today. I was doing fairly well through the morning then without warning a headache flattened me. I tried to rest but couldn't find the off switch for the brain. Been thinking and thinking about so much. One question so many of us wrestle with in any relationship when the going gets tough is "Why Stay?" Anyone living here among us has a relationship with the Keys. This is not like most other places. It's raw and at times angry. Sometimes it's bliss and literal rainbows and sunshine. But we all can't be faulted for wanting to bail when the going gets this tough, can we?

I admit when I first saw things post storm my reaction was nope, no way, no how, I'm outta here... done. I said it to the other happy vegan. "But where?" Was his response. I said Oregon and a camper sounds good. We had a plan anyway. Before this all happened. Had our little house by the sea waiting for a gentle renovation after this place was finally in the loving arms of the next good and deserving stewards but first thing we wanted to do was rent a camper, pile all the animals in and drive for a month or two. Princess wanted Oregon, once we explained what Oregon is. We told her many stories about the trip. Then she died. And Irma came. So I decided that's it I actually can break so I was broken. Every day was pain every day a struggle. Slowly "it" began...after about the first 2 weeks I realized maybe things might actually get better... so many resources were deployed here and so many individuals began helping us with relief, concern, genuine affection. About that time I took my first true walk on the beach. Oh no... do not suck me back in... more days passed and the sky enveloped us with crazy colors every night along with so many rainbows during the day. No no please let me go... but everyday brings something fresh (ironic under the circumstances where things seem so far from fresh), nature splashes the sky with stars, a new feral shows up at the store where the others used to be (of which only 1 remains) and now this tonight. As I sit here alone doing laundry at a friend's place pecking out letters on the tiniest phone known to humankind the walls rattle with thunder, the room explodes with lightning:

Keys life is not for everyone, I get that. But so far she won't let me go without a fight. 🌴❤️

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 11: Happy Irmaversary

I hate to let you down but I have no video for you today and I'm not hitting the prompt either (kitchen tour).  Yesterday was one month since Irma blew through and changed so many lives. I know about the wildfires in California and it's weighing so heavily on me right now, you likely feel similar. I'm listening to sound bytes on the radio "it all happened so fast, so fast" "it's gone, all gone" "this is the price we pay to live in such a beautiful area" it's like flashbacks, same words uttered by so many of us in the Keys exactly 1 month ago.  Looking back and reflecting, we have made huge amounts of progress. Sometimes I forget that fact when so much is left to do. But I do have water, electric and communication to a good degree. The road is getting a temporary fix. I'm not scared that people think I died in the storm, and I can call my family and friends at will. C130s and military choppers are not the only thing in the sky, in fact I've even begun to notice the stars again. Some people think books should be written about this whole mess in fact we all know that will happen. Not by me. I don't want to remember. I grabbed a notebook a day or two after the storm to write things down so I'd remember. Just as quickly I realized I just want this over. Remembering the palm trees completely bent sideways at the shelter accompanied by near white out conditions... driving back to Big Pine on the tail end of the storm, seeing the higheay littered with boats, dumpsters, huge trees and wreckage flying around like tinker toys... turning  onto Long Beach during the receding surge and feeling nothing but sheer terror the truck was going to start to float and we were going to die by drowning (more fuel for my water terror)...Living at a friend's formerly beautiful home now in ruins plucking land crabs and iguanas off walls and from behind moldy furniture day and night... no sanitation at all... finally getting a shower after too many days to count, using bottled water... military military military absolutely everywhere providing aid and protecting us. Sitting on line for Fuel Relief Fund gasoline when no place in the Keys had a drop of fuel, besides even if they did they couldn't sell it since there was no power and the stations themselves were destroyed. The first glimpse of where my house was... then finally getting my first glimpse of Deer Run, gut punch after gut punch. Standing in the middle of Grimal Grove and literally having no idea where I was. All of this barely scratches the surface. I guess when I allow myself the luxury to think about this, just one month in, yeah it's been pretty traumatic. The wildfires are making me ache for all those effected. I know a bit of what they are in for during recovery and compared to them I've got it easy. Not to mention having to deal with FEMA, SBA and disaster assistance and at times feeling so ashamed to need help after working my entire life having my first job at 13. The fire survivors will be subjected to, and will have to endure that final humiliation as well.

I cannot even post a picture of the first brewed cup of coffee I had weeks after the storm. It was from Tom Thumb and even though it came in a shitty foam cup I savored it. But we still do not have a computer or internet it makes everything that much more challenging, thank goodness for this vintage phone. One thing I've not yet discussed either is the trauma of watching the post storm ecological disaster unfold in real time as well. It's a lot to take in seeing the trash piles, looking at the plastic everywhere and being an active participant in that aspect by drinking bottled water, having everything including food come in plastic and seeing the stuff in the water and on the trees that we will have to help cleanup.  How did 1 cup of coffee turn into this? I'll be back tomorrow with a video. FYI the prompt today was kitchen tour. The good news is that once I got through all the stuff that swirled into the kitchen it looks like we will be in pretty good shape that way when it gets a monumental scrub down. Have tested most, but not all, the appliances. So far so good. Hope springs eternal is all I know.

When you wake up tomorrow, make sure you breathe deeply when you pour your coffee. I hope you have a roof over your head to give thanks for, and a job or purpose that, no matter how crummy or great you think it is, you give thanks for that as well.

Hang tough my kindred Keys and beyond spirits. We will get there.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 10: Death Cleaning, WTF?!

Today is about keeping and purging. Not decluttering, this is different. Oh and PS... nooch is life, haha. 🌈


Monday, October 9, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 9: A Hurricane Story & A Gadget

Every word of this story is true. The days immediately after the storm were some of the most anxiety riddled of my life mostly because there were actual moments when I believed no one would know what happened to us down here. Completely cut off from the rest of the world those first days were surreal. Sometimes at night I lay awake reliving the scariest, weirdest or strangest moments. I love animals but damn it was unbelievable the stuff that was going on at times.... come listen.


Sunday, October 8, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 8: A Cat and A Salad

I worked in what remains of the attic sweeping out the glass from broken objects that Irma tore from boxes and bins. Also pulled out more attic insulation and swept that out all in preparation for renovations. Reapplied the anti mold spray since that came back with yesterday's final downpour as the fearless persons from the Blue Tarp Project were working. Hot sweaty filthy work today no way to salvage this spirit for a front of camera video, instead I've got something far better.... a cat video.

I could watch this all day... those jumps are so fabulous.

As today's prompt was winning friends with salad, I made one post-hurricane style for you and the other happy vegan. There's a photo on the Facebook page since I'm still having technical difficulties. In fact I'm sitting in my car again to do this. All from donations, I used a pack of precooked pasta, half a can each of carrots, corn and black beans, an avocado (fresh!!! Brought up with other fresh vegan food by the ever lovely Charlie herself of Date and Thyme) and 2 pieces of Chao that sort of survived Irmageddon being housed in a cooler before making it to a generator powered fridge. I also used Bragg's dressing and balsamic in the pantry from pre storm. A little salt, a little pepper with the magic ingredient a pack of bruschetta also donated. Ir may not look like much but damn it's good and I know the other happy vegan will be all over it any minute now. 

I'm going to try to purge my skin of these insulation fibers and with that I wish you a beautiful vegany evening. Hugs to you my friends. 🥑❤️🐾

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 7: Look What Happened Today!!!

Woah today was epic!

I've come to realize there is a glitch uploading photos from this antique to the blog, I'll see if I can get someone smart to troubleshoot in the next few days. I put a picture of my little food creation in the comments on Facebook for you. Vegan for the win. ❤️🌈


Friday, October 6, 2017

Vegan MoFo Day 6: On the Street

Getting a good hard look around. Oh a brief mention of a cake  recipe soon coming your way. ❤️💔

Next time we meet I shall be free from my shop vac purgatory! Woot!


Thursday, October 5, 2017

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 5 (6?): More rain. King Tides. Food.

Sitting in my car to publish this. Bear with me. Rain last night, today, tonight and tomorrow we are being subjected to a tropical depression along with crazy ass King Tides.  Some may be debating on things like outfits public persona are wearing, the NFL and other topics foreign to me, here I along with so many others are simply seeking a dry place of refuge as we all work together to restore our lives.  It's been a frustrating day with flood after flood, but we are in this together, plus I'm remaining upbeat and optimistic because I have so much love in my life whereas others are struggling with that as well. Depression and other hard things are beginning to creep into the lives of so many right now, our goal is to get our s*** together asap and then do more than currently able to help the rest, this is a protracted recovery in our area. Scroll down past the video for a few shots of King Tides on my road.... everything you see is ocean water not standing rain no matter the color.

Here's the photos I promised:

Crap none of the photos will upload at this moment I'll get some help and to a better spot to work and load them for you then, thanks I know under the circumstances you all understand.

Hugs til tomorrow.


Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Vegan Mofo 2017 Day 4: Post Hurricane Wildlife

So much more to say, but you lucked out... the rain came yet again and shut me up. May do another video later this month again discussing the wildlife. As the rain pours in all I can do is remember how good this is for nature. Sigh.

Vegan love to you!

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 3: Your First Look at the Beach

I'd say grab a drink (if that's your thing, I stick with kombucha) and some tissues, but that would imply things won't get better. In fact it's quite the opposite, we've already done a huge amount of debris removal to allow the beach and dune restoration to commence as you will see. I'm working with a really old iPhone so I couldn't flip the view back and forth from me to the Beach and back; instead I offer up 3 short videos for you. This is the first video that I'm offering you of our property, remember I said we are doing this in steps, that's for a reason as there's a lot to digest. Here's the videos in 3 parts:

Part 1 (the intro)

Part 2 (the nitty gritty)

Part 3 (the wrap up)

We will see you lovelies tomorrow! Sending vegany love now and always. ❤️

Monday, October 2, 2017

Vegan MoFo 2017 Day 2: Seeking Comfort

A shooting, a storm story and vegan macaroni and cheese, they connect. Today's video; there's a steaming pile of crazy going on 💔 I'm so glad to be surrounded by such love and support near and far.

Til tomorrow. x

Sunday, October 1, 2017

MoFo 2017 Day 1 ... intro to Irma

Yay, it's really here! Day One of Vegan Month of Food!!  We've got a video to share if you'd like to see how things will go this month. This annual international blogging event is celebrating vegan food, however this year we will be coloring outside the lines as a result of our having an uninvited guest named Irma. What can I say ... you win some, you lose some, we don't draw our own cards necessarily. We think this month's event is a good way to explain what's going on in our neck of the world, and yes there WILL be food!!! Oh. FYI this video is probably the longest one you'll find all month, I like to keep them short, however today we needed a bit more time for the intro. Let's roll the video!

Big vegan love to you all, see you tomorrow! ❤️