The Caprese salad above I had for dinner one night.
You’re not supposed to eat cheese. I read somewhere that the production of cheese contributes to greenhouse gas emissions.
I don’t have cheese often and it’s because having a lot of cheese can elevate your LDL–the bad cholesterol in your body.
I would like to publish a cookbook one day. It wouldn’t be a vegan cookbook.
There are ethical reasons for being a vegan.
Whatever eating plan a person adheres I stand by my life motto: No Judgments.
In one way I have done something differently: I rarely eat chicken and fish anymore. I usually have scallops for seafood and often shrimp.
More often than not I cook vegetables for dinner.
Simply reducing your reliance on food like meat that contributes to greenhouse gas emissions will go a long way in promoting self-health and the health of the planet.
I’m not going to sit around judging what people do though.
I have no desire to be an eco-cop policing people or an enviro-vigilante.
Human beings are doing the best we can with what we were given.
Even the buzzword “plant-based” should be enough of a change to make.
The blog entry coming up features another vegetable dinner that I used CSA box produce to cook.