Addicted to Veggies

My friend Sarahfae is a wonderful person. I’m not one of those bloggers who would enjoy being fired for talking smack about my job, so let’s just say that Sarah is a scrumptious little dollop of chocolate cream cheese icing on a large ugly rotten-prune-filled cupcake. She is also a vegan and a raw foods enthusiast. But she’s not one of those vegans. You know – the ones who look at you like you’ve just clubbed a baby seal if you use cow’s milk in your latte. No, Sarah is different. She simply believes that eating a lot of fruit and veggies can change your health – and the world. And she’s got a new blog to prove it.

From the Addicted to Veggies mission statement:

The real purpose of this blog is to learn through research, and share what we’ve learned with anyone who is interested about living a better life for themselves through eating more fruits and veggies.
In turn we plan to discuss the effects that these simple, healthy and positive choices have — on our personal lives, the lives of animals, our precious local economy, as well as the big intimidating global picture.

Sarah is a genius at concocting deliciousness. She loves to take vintage cookbook recipes and turn them into whole new creations. Just look at this raw version of fried green tomatoes:

And this mango/orange/peach cobbler:

I am amazed at the things she makes without any cooking or baking whatsoever. Even this cake!

Her blog is full of wonderful recipes, tips, tricks and vivaciousness. And check out her banner photo. Totally snort-worthy. In more ways than one.

Welcome to the blogosphere, Sarah!


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