So, today I will tell you all about what I think of Vegetarian Times.
Name: Vegetarian Times
Cost per 1 year subscription: 14.95 per their website
- Lots of recipes that are easy to make
- A Recipe Index in the back that tells whether a recipe is Vegan, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Low Calorie, Low Saturated Fat, or 30 min or fewer
- Useful product reviews
- Not completely vegan
- Sometimes to many non food product reviews
and also, I want to talk about Veganism and running. Because I’m a runner..and…a…VEGAN!
Scott Jurek is the first Vegan runner I can think of. He is a ulta marathon runners. Check out his blog here..
Also, a nice blog called No Meat Athlete
and I just want to reassure you, if you don’t already know, that being a Vegan will most likely improve your athletic performance, never hurt it (unless of course your a junk food vegan). I’ve heard more testimonies lately that being a Vegan gave this or that athlete more energy and a quicker recovery time. Do you guys know any vegan athletes?
and finially, I’ve got a question. I’m going to Germany next year for 3 weeks on exchange, in Bavaria, where Kreisfleich (Cheese and Meat) is pretty much what everyone eats. Hopefully I’ll find a German exchange partner that is at least a vegetarian, but beats me. So I ask you-fellow bloggers, to tell me what you take on long trips with lots of traveling for food. Also, have you ever stayed with a non-vegan family? How did you arrange eating?
Peace, Love, and Mofo.