vegansaurus!

12/29/2010

Rebecca from Florida sends us a photo of her Christmas Eve dinner, her dad’s pasta aglio e olio—“whole wheat pasta with olive oil, garlic, and many herbs such as basil, mint, and parsley, topped with Daiya”—and vegan cranberry apricot stuffing. That package at the top left of the photo is a English-style Christmas cracker, made by her mother. Rebecca’s had “organic ‘cruelty-free’ lavender bath salts, a Twilight Go Max Go candy bar, and a couple of vegan-related jokes (What does a Vegan Zombie say? Grainnnssss!).”
Later, Rebecca’s six-year-old sister set out soy milk and Healthy Happy Life’s chocolate-chip walnut cookies for Santa. AWW, YOU GUYS. What family!
[send us your holiday food photos! we’re taking them through Saturday, Jan. 1!]

Rebecca from Florida sends us a photo of her Christmas Eve dinner, her dad’s pasta aglio e olio—“whole wheat pasta with olive oil, garlic, and many herbs such as basil, mint, and parsley, topped with Daiya”—and vegan cranberry apricot stuffing. That package at the top left of the photo is a English-style Christmas cracker, made by her mother. Rebecca’s had “organic ‘cruelty-free’ lavender bath salts, a Twilight Go Max Go candy bar, and a couple of vegan-related jokes (What does a Vegan Zombie say? Grainnnssss!).”

Later, Rebecca’s six-year-old sister set out soy milk and Healthy Happy Life’s chocolate-chip walnut cookies for Santa. AWW, YOU GUYS. What family!

[send us your holiday food photos! we’re taking them through Saturday, Jan. 1!]

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