190x109-Join-Prime-Book-Club

    About PETA Prime
    Are you ready to make a big difference for yourself, animals, and the Earth through simple day-to-day choices? PETA Prime has all the information you need to live a healthy, humane, and rewarding life.

    192-weekly-top10-button2b

Blog Entries Tagged as Laura Frisk

  • Mar
  • 17

Real Men Are Vegan!

Posted by at 3:52 PM | Permalink | Comments (3)


real men

When I met my husband, David, he was a vegetarian. I was not. I was eating all kinds of animal products. I credit him, along with PETA, with having had the biggest impact on my decision to go vegan. (David actually went vegan first.) Once I went vegan, I started meeting all kinds of other people who followed …

Posted to Health | Posted to Tags: ,

  • Jan
  • 28

Socca Chickpea Flatbread

Posted by at 3:07 PM | Permalink | No Comments


socca recipe

Socca is a traditional flatbread made in Nice, France. Featuring chickpea flour and a few other ingredients, it’s easy to make and full of flavor.

There are many socca recipes online, but the first time I ever heard of socca was in VegNews magazine. Gourmet vegan cookbook author Robin Robertson writes food articles for VegNews, and when I …

Posted to Home & Garden | Posted to Tags: , ,

  • Jan
  • 14

A PETA Primer for Social Media

Posted by at 2:25 PM | Permalink | No Comments


I did not grow up learning on computers, so social media was unknown territory as far as I was concerned. What did I know about Facebook and Twitter? I didn’t even know what it meant to tweet! But I realized that many of the people I knew were using social media to keep in touch with the …

Posted to Family & Friends | Posted to Tags: , ,

  • Dec
  • 2

A Vegan Thanksgiving Potluck Tradition

Posted by at 1:04 PM | Permalink | Comments (2)


pic1

For several years, my husband, David, and I have been going to a vegan potluck party on Thanksgiving Day hosted by our friends Sid and Linda, longtime vegans and animal activists. Sid is on the board of Spay Neuter Action Project, which runs a spay-and-neuter bus for companion animals of low-income guardians and feral cats. Linda is the …

Posted to Family & Friends | Posted to Tags: ,

  • Oct
  • 28

Part Three: Winding Up Our Vegan Tour of Portland, Oregon

Posted by at 5:09 PM | Permalink | No Comments


IMG_0269

Our third day in Portland started off at Canteen , a local juice bar close to our B&B. In addition to juices and smoothies, it has food items on its menu such as oatmeal and cereal for breakfast as well as salads and rice bowls for lunch. And craft beer! We had a couple smoothies and headed to Forest Park —one …

Posted to Travel | Posted to Tags: , ,

  • Oct
  • 14

A Vegan Tour of Portland, Oregon: Day Two

Posted by at 12:44 PM | Permalink | 1 Comment


IMG_0302

Our second day in Portland started off with some vegan pastries, fruit, and strong coffee, courtesy of our B&B. We hung out in the large living room, planning our day.

We decided to go to the Pearl District, located in northwest Portland and across the Willamette River—another artsy area, full of shops and restaurants. I had already decided where we were going …

Posted to Travel | Posted to Tags: , , ,

  • Oct
  • 6

Eating Our (Vegan) Way Through Portland, Oregon

Posted by at 1:13 PM | Permalink | Comments (2)


portland

Portland, Oregon, Day One

Before heading to Portland with my husband, David, for our summer vacation, I did a considerable amount of research to find as many vegan and vegan-friendly establishments as I could. Stumptown Vegans was an extremely helpful site for planning our vegan outings. It has extensive lists of Portland’s vegan and vegan-friendly eateries, so don’t leave home …

Posted to Travel | Posted to Tags: , , ,

Recent Comments

Disclaimer

The information and views provided here are intended for informational and preliminary educational purposes only. From time to time, content may be posted on the site regarding various financial planning and human and animal health issues. Such content is never intended to be and should never be taken as a substitute for the advice of readers' own financial planners, veterinarians, or other licensed professionals. You should not use any information contained on this site to diagnose yourself or your companion animals' health or fitness. Readers in need of applicable professional advice are strongly encouraged to seek it. Except where third-party ownership or copyright is indicated or credited regarding materials contained in this blog, reproduction or redistribution of any of the content for personal, noncommercial use is enthusiastically encouraged.