veggies lover

Imagine you come home to find a dead animal in your house. Most people would treat such a discovery with sadness and/or revulsion, because even if you don’t like animals, it’s still pretty gross to find a corpse in your house, and your first instinct would likely be to put the body outside, to bury or otherwise dispose of it.
So why do you not treat the dead animals in your fridge in the same way? Is it because they don’t look like dead cows, pigs, sheep and birds? Because they often come in neat little packages with dissociative names like ‘beef’ or 'pork’?
Make the connection.
Go vegan.

anonymous asked:

HC for RFA+Minor Trio on whether or not they're a fruit or vegetable person, and what their fave fruit/vegetable is?


  • Fruit person
  • Strawberries


  • Veggie lover
  • Carrots


  • Veggie Lover
  • Sweet potatoes


  • Fruit person
  • Cherries


  • Veggie lover
  • Tomatoes


  • Fruit lover
  • Raspberries


  • Veggie lover
  • Pumpkins


  • Fruit Lover
  • Blueberries

“How dare you put pepperonis on my veggie lovers pizza???? Are you blind????” I asked in a fury. I should have held my tongue. The entire staff of the Bat Pizzeria was bats. Of course they were blind. I felt so foolish as they attacked me.

Veggie lovers - GO!

My wife brought some bok choy home and I haven’t a clue what to do with it. Do you have a go-to recipe? Must be able to please picky eaters (i.e. Mr. 7 and Ms. 5). Oh, and me. Like kale for example. Sure I can buy it, wash it, de-rib it, cut it, toss it in some oil and throw some garlic and salt on it and bake it. But it’s so much work for so little payoff. Most of the time I can’t be bothered.

Are you a lover of bok choy?

What’s the best, most flavorful way to prepare it?