Welcome to another Weekend Roundup. Every week I gather together the latest in veg news, recipes to try out, and things I’m digging. Since there has been so many new faces around here I posted a little introduction over on insta yesterday. Everything from why LP started to something I have been told my whole life that I’m not quite sure if it’s a pro or con.. There will also be an instagram giveaway in celebration of Valentines day up on insta later today.

Here are some links I’m enjoying from around the web this week.  Enjoy!

Loaded Sweet Potatoes from Kara Lydon.

If you do nothing else today, read this article.

Tom Ford is ditching Fur, but isn’t aware that leather isn’t a byproduct of the meat industry. It can bring in just as much profit and create just as much demand for killing an animal.

Veganism is growing at an insane rate.

A very customizable coconut curry that we liked very much.

A great message to just keep going.

So many Q’s about the oregano oil mentioned in last week’s pod, all the info about how and why to use it in this post.

20 sources of plant based protein that can all be bought in a bulk bin.

Candy options are up 140% for vegans.

Recently found this alternative living blog and have been loving the stories and photos.

The Super Bowl is over but it’s never a bad time for Buffalo Cauliflower Tacos.

An interesting read on how shame doesn’t change people, compassion will.

Gordon Ramsay trolling vegans again. They say these ‘trolls’ are sometimes just too afraid to admit they want to go vegan, who knows if that’s actually true.

A great meal for last minute dinner guests.

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  1. The information contained in posts like this week’s is everything! I can’t imagine the number of hours you spend researching and compiling this information for US, but we definitely appreciate it:)

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