Hi, I’m Angela. Welcome to Oh She Glows – an award-winning recipe blog featuring over 500 healthy recipes (and growing)! For the past 6 years, I’ve shared energizing, plant-based recipes that my family and I enjoy on a daily basis. My goal is to inspire you to embrace more plant-based foods in your diet without feeling the least bit deprived. And yes, my recipes are great for meat-eaters and picky kids too! Most of my recipes are gluten-free and many are allergy-friendly (just check the recipe for the allergy info).

My first cookbook, The Oh She Glows Cookbook (released March 4, 2014) is a New York Times Bestseller. It was also selected as Chapters/Indigo’s BOOK OF THE YEAR for 2014. It features over 100 plant-based recipes (including 85 gluten-free recipes) using real, whole food ingredients. The book also contains over 100 full-page, full-colour photographs shot by yours truly! For more info, see here.


Note: The parfait cover is the Canadian cover and the carrot cover is the US cover. The content is the same in both, however!


My Story:

On October 31st 2008, I started Oh She Glows to write about my recovery from an eating disorder, my journey to health, and the amazing transformation that food can make in our lives. Within the first few months of blogging my readership started to grow and before long I connected with women and men all over the world. Today, almost 7 years later, Oh She Glows has over 1 million unique readers each month. I never expected that my blog would turn into a passion and eventually my full-time career, but I’m extremely grateful that I took a chance and hit publish on my first post.

As my relationship with food improved, I focused on creating healthy plant-based recipes that would win over my husband’s approval. At the time, Eric was a devout fast-food lover and drank pop like water. Coming up with healthy dishes that he enjoyed was a difficult task, but I was up for the challenge! I didn’t come from a food or photography background (nope, I barely knew how to cook a potato), so everything you see on this blog is a result of hard work and self-taught skill. I taught myself how to create recipes and then photograph my creations. It’s been an adventure!

In 2011, I was approached by an editor from a major publishing house and offered to write a cookbook. It had been a dream of mine for a while so I jumped at the opportunity. my first cookbook was published on March 4, 2014. One year later, and it has over 300,000 copies in print! The response has been absolutely shocking…thrilling…mind-blowing. I’m so grateful that my work has resonated with so many across the world. The Oh She Glows Cookbook is now printed in several different languages including English, Chinese, German, Slovak, and Spanish. It’s sold across North America, the UK, Australia, and more.


[interview in The Writer Magazine]


Let me rewind a bit and tell you about what was going on in my life the year I started my blog!


In 2008, I married my high-school sweetheart, Eric, and graduated with a Master’s degree in Social Psychology. Life was wonderful, yet not so wonderful at the same time. I was in recovery for an eating disorder, something I had been struggling with since I was 11-12 years old. Despite the great things going on in my life, I couldn’t enjoy them fully without putting my eating disorder behind me. It was like a storm cloud hovering over me for years.

During the last semester of my Master’s degree, I started working full-time as a researcher. I did a lot of hands on, practical research and even had the opportunity to write a book chapter, but ultimately I found that research did not fulfill me like I thought it would. I just felt so empty inside and deep down I knew that it wasn’t a great fit. I longed to express my creative side! I wanted to write, but not in the form of scientific articles. Thankfully, Oh She Glows was a great outlet and really let my creativity flourish. For the first year of blogging, I wrote 3 posts per day (yes, you read that right) and I absolutely fell head over heels in love with my new hobby. Up until this point in my life, I never had a hobby that I felt so passionate about and it felt so rewarding to enjoy something so much. Connecting with others all over the world motivated me to keep going during a time when I was very unhappy with my career. Whenever I was frustrated with career unhappiness and worried about my future, I would brainstorm ideas for blog posts. Boredom was no longer in my vocabulary.


In 2009, I took the leap and left my research career. This was a difficult and anxiety-provoking decision as someone who doesn’t like change or letting people down. I had no plan, but a supportive husband, tons of drive, and a hobby I loved. After a couple months of looking for other research jobs, I decided to start up my own business, Glo Bakery – a healthy bakery featuring my popular Glo Bars. Walking away from a career that I went to school for 7 years was not an easy thing to do, but it turned out to be the best career decision I could’ve made. Finally, I felt passionate and in control of my own happiness! I was determined and filled with passion to make this new career work.

I ran the bakery on my own (with the help of my husband when he had time) for a couple years and it was a huge success. Each week, I hand-made over 500 Glo Bars and shipped them to customers (many were blog readers!) all over North America. It was physically exhausting running both the bakery and the blog, but I knew that I was on the right path to career happiness. No matter how much work it took, I was willing to do it.


After a couple years of running the bakery and blogging full-time, I closed the bakery to pursue my cookbook dreams after being approached by an editor from a major publishing house. The bakery was an experience I will never forget and I learned so much. Right now, my focus is on writing cookbooks and blogging, but who knows, some day in the future I might open up the bakery again!




We welcomed a baby girl into our family in September 2014! You can read my announcement in this post. Also, check out my Baby section, where I post frequent pregnancy updates. She is my greatest blessing and I’m enjoying motherhood more than I ever dreamed.


I’m working hard on my second plant-based cookbook which is due out early fall 2016! I truly feel like it’s the best collection of recipes I’ve created to date and I can’t wait to share it with you! Just like my first cookbook, the second book will feature over 100 full-page photographs so it will be a feast for the eyes…and of course the belly!


Here we are in May 2015!


Learning to love food again

With hard work, counseling, and persistence, I was able to overcome my struggles with disordered eating. I no longer count calories, weigh myself obsessively, binge eat, or workout compulsively. Balanced is how I feel in my life now. It’s a great feeling after so many years of struggle.

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I shifted my diet to plant-based in mid-2009 after learning more about nutrition, animal welfare, and the environmental impacts of factory farming. My goal is to show you healthy, unprocessed, and animal-product free recipes that I create to keep myself and my family inspired about tasty good-for-you food. My husband dropped 20 pounds effortlessly and got rid of his high cholesterol – all without dieting or medication. I share my recipes on this site to hopefully inspire readers to try out my recipes. The best part about my recipes is that anyone can enjoy them from vegans to omnivores alike. Don’t believe me? Just read some of the glowing reviews in the comments. I’ve received hundreds of emails over the years from blog readers crediting Oh She Glows for inspiring some major changes like losing weight, shifting to a plant-based diet, reducing meat consumption, overcoming eating disorders, and changing careers. I’m so grateful to be a able to share my passion for food and wellness on this blog and most importantly, to hear YOUR stories of triumph!


Let’s Get Social:

Facebook: Check out my Facebook page. I post all of my new recipe posts on Facebook, so be sure to like my page and click “receive notifications” to get updates!

Instagram – Check out my Instagram page. I post food pics, recipes, and some behind the scenes action! I also have a new Instagram account @theglowspot where I post pictures of home renos, pregnancy/motherhood, life events, and non-food related things. Make a recipe from my blog? Be sure to tag it #ohsheglows and @ohsheglows on Instagram so I can see it! Looking forward to seeing all your creations!

Pinterest: Follow me on Pinterest

Twitter: @ohsheglows – I love reading what’s going on on Twitter and I LOVE hearing about the recipes you try out! Tweet me about the recipes you make or share a pic! Be sure to tag it #ohsheglows

Questions/comments? Please stop by my FAQ page for a ton of your questions answered in one cozy spot. You can also say hello via email: angela [at] ohsheglows [dot] com. I personally respond to as many of your emails as I can fit into a day, but occasionally I cannot keep up with them or lose track of emails. If this is the case and your question is urgent, please feel free to re-send it. I appreciate each and everyone of you who take the time out of your busy day to send me a note. Thank you for making my days brighter!

Press: Looking to contact us about a press opportunity? see here.

Not sure where to start? Try my popular recipes page. If you are a quote fan, then this page is for you!

Peace, Love & Plants,



Trish Ammon August 14, 2011

Your website is just beautiful! I am so inspired by it. I was wondering what engine/site builder you used to create it?

erika September 5, 2011


Angela (Oh She Glows) September 5, 2011

Yes, love wordpress :)

Laura August 15, 2011

Is it possible for you to put together a list of the products that you use. Like your favorite brands and foods. You mention some of the brand names in you posts, but I often have trouble finding vegan brands in my area.
Thanks! I love the blog- I am a fellow oatmeal addict!

Fionn August 16, 2011

Hi Ange,

I just read through your entire series “a year can change a lot” and I have to say that I only wish I had read it 6 weeks ago.

I am a recent grad and just started my first job a month ago and I hate it. I commute to Toronto from Hamilton. I battle a 3-4 hour commute everyday. I go to bed at 10pm. I get up between 6 and 7am. I don’t have time for myself, my friends, my family or any of the things I love. I canceled applications for school that I now wish I hadn’t. I keep thinking I’m too young to be this unhappy and I am way too young to be this old.

I decided that if I wasn’t happy I needed to find something else. The job was supposed to be my dream job and worth the longest commute in the world. But it isn’t. While I am disappointed and I have no idea what to do next I know that I’ll be happier somewhere closer to home with the option of going back to school and not just sitting and waiting it out here.

Thank you for writing this blog. I cannot tell you how much I feel that it relates to my experiences right now. Oh also thank you for the recipes! as a new vegetarian I find cooking a bigger challenge than I expected and I love that you have lots of good options!

Thanks for sharing with the rest of us.

Kellie August 18, 2011

Angela, your story is truly inspiring. In the past, I have caught myself having similar obsessive thoughts about food, my weight and my appearance. Much like you, I evolved over time. Now, working out is something I look forward to doing every day, and I have fun making creative and healthy vegetarian meals for myself. I focus now on what makes me feel healthiest and happiest overall — and that has made all the difference. Thank you for sharing your story!

Candy (Healthy in Candy Land) August 19, 2011

Hi Angela! I love your blog and visit it every single day. We have a lot in common (including marrying our high school sweethearts, and the same anniversary!) and seem to share similar philosophies on nutrition. I have a new-ish blog and was wondering if I could include you on my blogroll? If people like my blog, I am sure they will LOVE yours!

Tory August 20, 2011

Hi there,

I just wanted to say that I am blown away by your website. Over the last 24 hours you have already inspired 3 of my meals.

I am very much looking forward to the meals you inspire in the future.

Thank you very much, the information is very appreciated.

Catherine August 21, 2011

Angela – thanks for the sharing your journey and your recipes. Your website, blog and recipes are making it easier for me to get back on track. For all of my adult life and teenage years I controlled and managed every morsel of food that went into my body and every calorie burned by exercise keeping myself thin enough to feel good about myself yet heavy enough to stay alive. Unfortunately i have swung in the other direction (gaining 25 pounds in 2 years) and need to find joy in what i eat and in physical fitness. So at 53 years of age I am eagerly taking that first step into a journey of loving my body for what it does for me every day and not feeling “less than” because I am not at my just right thin weight of 125 pounds. I can actually look at a photograph taken at any time in my past and tell you how much I weighed on that day and how I felt about it. thank you for the inspiration. PS Were you in RI this weekend at the Ramona Pinot Grigio event? Saw a couple that resembled you and Eric.

Angela (Oh She Glows) August 21, 2011

Hi Catherine! Thanks for your kind words :)
I can relate so much to ‘looking at a picture and knowing exactly what weight I was’….I could tell you that for probably 10 years of photos. Sad isn’t it? Im happy to hear that you are on a healthier path! :)
We weren’t at that event this weekend, must have been our twins!

Sam@I Tell Stories August 21, 2011

Hi Angela

I was wondering if you use your juicer to make almond butter, banana softserve etc. or your blender.

Sonja Mydels August 22, 2011

I love your blog! I’m sure you hear this all the time, but you are truly inspirational to anyone who has ever had any issues with weight. I think you are extremely brave to share your personal journey and embrace who you are! I am a nutritional student and am extremely passionate about healthy eating and healthy living. Keep doing what you’re doing. P.s. I just finished my first 1/2 marathon and hope to continue racing.. I’m hooked on running now :)

Angela (Oh She Glows) August 22, 2011

Thank you so much! Congrats on your half marathon too!

Danielle August 23, 2011

I love your blog and all your recipes! My mom recently made your vegan peanut butter cookies for a friend and I fell in love with them so I had to check out the rest of your yummy recipes. Thank you!

Angela (Oh She Glows) August 23, 2011

Thank you Danielle! I’m happy you enjoyed the cookies :)

Cassie August 25, 2011

I absoutely love your blog. Thank you for all your inspiration, so glad I chanced upon you!!!

Liza August 25, 2011

Hi Angela,

I love your blog and look at it at least once a day.
Your recipes look so delicious and i wish I could make it to!
But I live in Holland and the ingredients that you use, are not always available here.
Or my parents think it’s to expensive because they don’t like vegan. Especially my dad loves meat, lots of it, unfortunatly. I think that’s the main reason that he has a high cholestherol… I wish that my family would see that there eating habits are very unhealty.

I also read that you had an eating disorder and i think that you have to have a really strong personality to realise that you have a disease.When i read you’re story i realised that i also have a unhealthy relationship with food. I want to change this very badly and you’re my inspiration to start. How did you end your eating disorder? I think that you’re such a inspiring person, because of you I want to look after my body at a healthy way.

I want to thank you for your story and you’re delicious recipes!

Greetings from Holland,


Angela (Oh She Glows) August 26, 2011

Hey Liza! Thanks for your comment. Please see my Road to Health series found on my hot page: http://ohsheglows.com/hot/

toby September 13, 2011


You are obviously old enough to be concerned for your health and well being. Try asking your parents to allow you to assist the family by shopping for food and preparing dinner once or twice a week, take your mom or dad with you when you shop and talk about food choices. Before you go try to really educate yourself about prices and nutrition versus calories and what is available seasonally in your greengrocers.

Remember, simple is good when it comes to food choices. You don’t need lots of exotic ingredients or expensive supplements to produce great healthy meals. Most people find that many common vegetables and leafy greens taste wonderful either raw, baked, or steamed with no additional ingredients. That is, they taste like what they are without animal fats, etc. If you start out small and simple, you might find that your parents will change slowly over time and come to willingly participate in your new dietary choices.

Good luck.

Sarah August 31, 2011

Can I ask where you did your undergrad? I noticed you lived in Ontario while you did it? I am from Ontario, and just was wondering as I am going into my 3rd Year at the University of Guelph, majoring in Child Studies!

Angela (Oh She Glows) September 1, 2011

Yes U of Guelph! :)

Saskia September 3, 2011

hey there!
i am a “new” vegan from austria and just started my own lil’ blog! (2 readers? maybe?;))
i just wanted to tell you how much i like your blog, i am a passionate reader! :)
maybe you wanna take a look at my bloggie, and i wanted to ask if it was okay if i added you to my blogroll?


Angela (Oh She Glows) September 6, 2011

Of course, thank you. I will check your blog out!

Ruby September 8, 2011

Hi Angela! I just wanted to let you know that I started my own blog recently and yours has been a great motivation for me to get it going. Your recipes are incredible and the photography is stunning! Thank you for being an inspiration to foodies, bloggers and vegans everywhere :)

Angela (Oh She Glows) September 9, 2011

Congrats on starting up your own blog! I’ll check it out :) Thanks for your kind words too.

Michael September 8, 2011

Hello Angela! I am enjoying your blog…I forwarded it to my daughter who is vegan and she informed me that she has been following your blog for the past 3 years!

I just started juicing and I am loving it…but I don’t like throwing away the pulp…Please give some thought to creating some recipes for the pulp…Ideally I would like to freeze it and have it available for…Soups, cookies, muffins, pancakes, quiche, etc…I look forward to trying out your recipes!

Angela (Oh She Glows) September 9, 2011

haha that’s funny she was already reading the blog! Cool stuff :)

As for pulp suggestions, that’s a tough one. What I ended up doing the most was just adding the pulp into smoothies and soups.

F September 10, 2011

This is a great blog. I’m bookmarking it right now!

Kim @ Eat, Live, and Blog September 12, 2011

Hey Angela! I remember discovering your blogs many years ago and I have always enjoy reading it. I’m looking forward to reading it more and trying to recreate some of the wonderful recipes that you have on here! :)

Angela (Oh She Glows) September 12, 2011

Thanks Kim :)

Donna September 12, 2011

It’s been a long time since i’ve sat down and spent several hours reading a blog. Well done for the fantastic content. I think i’ve favorited at least 15 of your recipies to try at home.

Angela (Oh She Glows) September 12, 2011

Thank you Donna :) Enjoy!

Jody Smith September 15, 2011

Have you tackled your living room project yet? I have some ideas for paint if you’re still interested…

Angela (Oh She Glows) September 15, 2011

Yes we did…I’ve been meaning to post after pics! :)

crissy September 15, 2011

one of the inspiring blogs i’ve seen. thank u! im glad i saw u here.

Kelsey September 15, 2011

Hi Angela,

I am absolutely in LOVE with your blog.

I saw your article on the University of Guelph website just the other day. I found it so strange because I have attended UofG for the past 4 years now and I can honestly say that I never click on those stories and read them. It must have been fate! I have had a difficult few years since starting university. I have been struggling with my overall health and well-being for a long time. With all the stress of school and trying to figure out a career path for myself I have gained around 35-40lbs. I have never felt worse about myself. I was suffering from depression and still feel as though I do not recognize myself anymore. I feel as though I have lost my identity and don’t want to do the things I once enjoyed. I haven’t been “glowing.”

For the longest time I have been worried that I would never find something that I am passionate about to pursue as a career/goal. I have just been following the path that I thought I had to. Studying for a degree in Biological Science I have no clue if I even enjoy. My unhappiness and lack of direction led to me not caring about my success in my academic life.

Over the summer I have been experimenting in the kitchen – At first I was lacking confidence, but I must say I have been making progress! I have finally found something that I am truly interested in and love to do! I have just enrolled in some nutrition and food science courses at the university and I am happy. So I’m changing my major after 3 years. Pursuing nutrition and one day owning my own business is my new goal – it feels so nice to finally have something to strive for. Something to be passionate about again. I have been going to the gym every day for the last two weeks, I am eating healthy and really feeling great. The other day when I stumbled across your blog it really made me smile. It was like a sign that I’m on the right path and you have really inspired me to continue with my healthy living.
P.S. Today my boyfriend said he was really proud of how well I have been doing and said I had a really “healthy glow” :) – I responded, “OSG”

Angela (Oh She Glows) September 16, 2011

Hey Kelsey! I’m so happy that you found the blog through the U of G article. Thanks for sharing your story! I’m happy to hear that you are on a healthier and heppier path right now. Good luck with everything in the future. :)

jackie hatch! September 20, 2011

i absolutely loveeee your blog! i have never read blogs before this one! i am even reading your old entries when bored at work!!!! :) love the recipes, work outs, the renovations, everything actually! and of course sketchy thanks angela!!!!!!!

Laura Z. September 27, 2011

Please send me your newsletter. I love your blog. You are an inspiration to me.

Terri September 27, 2011

Hi Angela,

Love your blog and all things on it! Just wanted to let you know that I love your new fall header! It’s so festive and fun! Thanks for all your great advice and recipes! :-)

Kristin September 28, 2011

I am SOOOO glad I found your website. I love it! It is absolutely what I need. I am going vegan and thought it was so hard. You have helped me so much. Thank you so much for this website. You are such an inspiration.

Angela (Oh She Glows) September 28, 2011

Thank you Kristin! Good luck!

Syd October 4, 2011

Angela, thank you so much for your story and for being the way you are…you are so inspiring for those of us who are struggling with our image and with food…I SO wish there was an organic food store around me but I am an hour from the nearest city (small town as well). Looking forward to being out of here in a bigger city with TWO organic grocery stores AND a farmer’s market!

Much love. I LOVE this blog. It distracted me from getting what I need to do finished for the art show this weekend! Ha!

– s

Angela (Oh She Glows) October 6, 2011

Hey Syd, Thank you so much for your comment! :) So happy to hear that you are enjoying it. I will check out your blog now!

Alana October 5, 2011

Your blog is incredible! Great work here. I have been a vegetarian now for about two and a half years and it is the best decision I have ever made in my life. I feel better, I have mroe energy, I am never constipated, and I have a glow that I didn’t have when I was an omnivore. Thank you for staring your story, struggles, and personal observations on your growth to overcome your eating disorder. You are doing great work. I will be sure to check out your recipes. Cheers!

Angela (Oh She Glows) October 6, 2011

Thank you Alana :) Enjoy!

tegan October 6, 2011

Hi Angela,

I discovered your page only a week ago and have fallen in love!
Ive printed off a handfull of recipes and sit here at work day dreaming of which cullinary creation I am going to try next.
You have made me reaslise that going vegan is no mean feat.. all you need is a little imagination.
Congratulations on the amazing work you do


caren October 9, 2011

I just found your website and I LOVE IT AND YOU!! thanks for being such a creative inspiration, just when I needed it. You rock and I hope you keep on doing what you’re doing.


Angela (Oh She Glows) October 10, 2011

Thanks Caren, nice to meet you! :) Happy Thanksgiving!

caren October 9, 2011

…. and you’re canadian!! I just noticed that!! I’m from toronto, but I live in LA now. I’m not sure if you’re familiar with Meghantelpner.com but she’s a rock star food blogger too and also from toronto.

Okay, I’ll stop posting now :)

Oh, ps, I just graduated with a master’s in psych too and just want to work in food as well.

Okay, now I’ll stop :)

Marianne October 10, 2011

Hi Angela,
I also love your blog – my sister put me on it a while ago and it’s been great exploring recipes (now I can actually bake something healthy and it tastes good!!!! My poor husband has been putting up with many dry, bland muffins, cookies, even birthday cakes!!! ;)
I am curious about being a vegetarian and if that works for everyone – tried it for a while but didn’t educate myself well enough to be balanced. Just thinking about “eating right for your blood type” and the whole idea of different chemical arrangements with the different blood types.
I am 0 and should be eating meat, where my husbands blood type suggests for him to be a vegetarian. What are your thoughts?
Looking forward to trying out many more recipes!
Thank you Angela!
Ps.: really love your photography too!

Kara October 11, 2011

I was just casually browsing for some dinner time inspiration when I happened upon your site. I just spent over an hour reading and drooling over your recipes (don’t tell my boss)! I LOVE it!
Thank you!
Only problem I have now is deciding which recipe to make tonight!

Angela (Oh She Glows) October 11, 2011

Aww thanks Kara!

Amanda October 11, 2011

I am in love with your recipes! i was wondering what you thought about freezing the back on track wheatberry and bean salad? It made a whole lot and I don’t want it to go bad since I am the only one eating it!

Angela (Oh She Glows) October 11, 2011

Hey Amanda, I haven’t tried freezing it, but I would check out the comments in that post to see if anyone has tried it. Sometimes people put some helpful tips in there!
I’m really not sure how it would freeze!

anna October 13, 2011

Love you blog! WIll definitely be giving your recipes a go :)

Sharie Markby-Martin October 15, 2011

Ive been on a “Vegan” journey for about the last four months. I started out with a book called Veganist, and right now I cant remember that authors name but it inspired me. I kind of fell off the wagon, starting eating some dairy, ( even though every time I thought about Factory Farms I wanted to get sick inside) and now Ive found your website and Im so excited and happy to begin again! My husband is even on board this time and he made two of the recipes from your site today, Vegan Chili and The Cocoa Crisp Chocolate balls, ( Hopefully I didnt just massacre the recipe names, lol! ANYWAY, in his words” Frickin’ Good!:)
Thanks so much for this site, youre truly beautiful inside and out and an inspiration!!!:)

Nicolle Payne October 16, 2011

I love your blog! So happy that I came across it searching for yummy chickpea recipes! I can’t wait to try some of the other recipes as well and share them with some of my health coaching clients. You should check out the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Its an awesome online nutrition school that I am enrolled in.

Thanks for sharing your story and experiences!



Bri October 18, 2011

I can’t tell you how thankful I am to have found your website. It made this website that much more encouraging to to know that you understand, so completely, the struggles and unhealthy obsessions that come with eating disorders. Thank you for the emotional and mental sustenance, the inspiration/ motivation to keep on keeping on.

Michelle Kreifels October 18, 2011

I’m really glad that I stopped by your blog. I was doing a search for dairy free and soy free mac-n-cheese my favorite comfort food next to mashed potatoes; I can’t get enough of them. The search turned into me perusing through your blog for about 45 minutes now and it’s done very nicely. I can’t wait to try out the recipes as I’m a new ovo-vegetarian. Thank you for the wonderful recipes and sharing your story.

Ruth October 21, 2011

Hi! Just came across your blog and had to comment…I relate to so much of it, I think it’s going to have to become compulsory daily reading! I too suffered with an eating disorder for years, and just started my own blog about recovery and running which happens to be a big passion of mine and started at the same time as my journey into recovery (because I finally had the strength to actually do it!). I went vegan four years ago, and despite the fact that I was still eating disordered at the time it was completely for healthy reasons (animal welfare, the environment etc.). Only since recovering have I been able to embrace the real joy of being vegan and I now cook and bake obsessively!

Sorry for the essay! I just wanted to say keep up the good work, and I’ll be reading.


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