Happy 8th Blogiversary, Gothic Granola!Read More Chocolate Chunk Oat Bars
Cats and buns try to steal some agave-sweetened ginger liqueur orange chocolate chip cookies! #vegan and #glutenfreeRead More Ginger Orange Chocolate Chip Cookies
vegan and gluten-free pies of two types: pudding-y honeybush tart with cookie crust and mini apple tarts, with review of Boulder, Colorado vegetarian restaurant.Read More Two Tarts: Mini Apple and Honeybush
What you put in your body is important, no doubt. From avoiding foods treated with pesticides to minimizing added sugars, and instead cooking whole grains and leafy greens, we can choose to fuel our bodies with foods that will prolong our lives. Generalities aside, the motivation behind this post is two-fold: one, cosmetics for cosmetic purposes, and two, […]Read More Vegan Gluten-free Makeup?
Researchers recently presented findings from analyzing the 2005-2006 U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey in San Francisco at the American Sociological Association. They found that college-educated workers moved more on weekends while workers with a high school diploma or less moved more during the week. The study lead author, Jarron Saint Onge, an assistant […]Read More Thursday Reflections | Class, Work, and Exercise
The first time I made this recipe, I soaked the dates and it ended up as this: frosting, which I used on my 22nd birthday cake. The second and third times, I wised up and kept things dry to make raw chocolate…stuff…fudge…freezer snacks.Read More Brainssss and Walnuts | Raw Chocolate Fudge
Thesis: The so-called glorification of busy in 21st-century, first world business stems from an unconscious cultural reverence of saints and mystics, and martyrs, to a lesser extent. Bias: I studied martyrs, mystics, and saints in college and see their characteristics everywhere: self-sacrificing, obsessive, whole-soul commitment to a cause that extends (sometimes) beyond their personal aims. […]Read More The Glorification of Busy | Double Chocolate Cake