|Udon noodles, dark chocolate covered coconut chips, and fizzy pomegranate limeade|
|Caramel creamer,, white beans, artichoke pesto, spicy booch and green onions|
I discovered an artichoke pesto that is vegan! How crazy is that. Finding any kind of vegan pesto is really a miracle.
I watched a few episodes of a show streaming on Hulu called The Path over the weekend. It's about a fictional cult/religion called Meyerism. It has Aaron Paul from Breaking Bad. Anyway, like most religions or really any organized group, it has it's good and it's bad, and the people who are higher up and have more power are the weirdest/most screwed up. But, wouldn't you know Meyerists are vegans! At least they show them eating an abundance of colorful food, and they even have a scene where the men are out smoking a joint and grilling, while the little ladies are in the kitchen fretting about and preparing the rest of dinner. So, good for the show for not making vegan food look weird, but I just kind of cringe because there's already enough people who actually think veganism is a cult. Or at the very least like all vegans are super weird about food and other things. It's crazy to me that in 2016 it's still hard to get veganism shown in a positive light. I mean, even mainstream media is slowly starting to speak of veganism as a positive, healthy choice. Other than that small frustration, I'm loving the show, and Aaron Paul is a very good actor. I watched maybe two seasons of Breaking Bad, but then it got way to violent and gory and I couldn't do it. Thankfully this show is not so violent!