Chammy and I tried packing meat and dairy in last year and for the most part, did pretty well. Soon however, we both crumbled like the weak, impossible, human fools we are and planted our faces in something made of animal. Now we’ve made another attempt and we are OWNING this thaaaaang!
Everyone wants the best for their family. Regardless of who you are, where you live, or what your background is, it’s something that we can all agree on. Whether you’re a parent or a child, a sibling or a cousin, looking out for your family is something that comes naturally for you.
I’ve been trying to lose weight on and off for years. Never really knowing what the hell I was doing and no doubt making an arse of myself in the process. Over the years all that lack of effort has changed my position on the Dadbod scale significantly.
Let me start by saying that I applaud vegans. This is not an easy lifestyle to follow and I’m in awe at anyone who has the willpower to stick to it day after day. Unfortunately, I’m a failed vegan. But here’s what I learned from my experience and why I still believe it’s the future.
I posted a picture of last nights dinner, Vegan Chinese Tofu Noodles, on my Instagram. It’s not something I typically do, but there was some interest in getting hold of the recipe.
I’m here to please don’t you know? So here’s how I made the yummy looking dish so tastefully adorning that picture.
Nothing riles me more than seeing people who don’t know any better being taken for a ride by scammers. They crawl out of their dingy holes in just about every walk of life. Among the worst of them are the con-artists who claim that they can magically better your health through some sort of “detox”. These detox diet scams are wrong, pure and simple.
Let’s explore this murky subject in a little more detail.