This sweet girl was dropped off at my Dad’s work today, she is about 9months old based on her teeth and development. She will probably be a 35-40lb dog when fully grown and nourished. She has been very clearly abused, she’s covered in cuts and scrapes and a case of mange that needs to be treated. We cannot take her on, we have two dogs her size already and this house just can’t support her. She is a sweet dog who responds well to attention and just wants a little bit of love. If you or anyone you know is willing to help out this sweet girl in the Wichita, Kansas area, please contact me immediately so we can get her somewhere safe.
Even if you can’t help, please reblog and signal boost this sweet baby girl.
Made this for my housemate for her birthday. It’s amazing…100% raw, 100% vegan, and 100% sweet as fuck.
Lemon Berry Swirl Cheesecake
1 1/2 cups almonds
2/3 cup raisins
1/4 cup shredded coconut
1 teaspoon pure vanilla
Grind the almonds into a flour in a food processor. (unfortunately our blender wasn’t capable of this so mine were still a bit chunky!!)
Add the raisins and continue grinding until broken down.
Add the coconut and vanilla. Grind again to incorporate.
Add another 1/2 – 1 teaspoon water if needed to keep the mixture held together when pressed in your hand.
Press evenly into the bottom of a 12″ spring form pan.
3 cups cashews
3/4 cup + 2 tablespoons lemon juice
2/3 cup agave or other liquid sweetener (I used golden syrup)
Pinch of salt
Lemon zest (from all juiced lemons)
1 cup melted coconut oil
4 cups mixed berries
Blend all except the oil and berries.
Add half of the oil and blend again until completely smooth.
Transfer 1/2 – 2/3 cup of the mixture to a small bowl.
Add all the berries and other half of the oil back to the mixture in the blender and blend until smooth.
Pour the filling evenly over the crust.
Pour blobs of the lemon cream on top.
Using a chopstick, push each blob down into the berry filling before swirling it into the berry cream on the surface.
Chill in the fridge for at least 8 hours, or overnight.
I chucked some strawberries ontop after it had set :)
I need to try this!!
Since the information about the migrant farm workers is going around, I encourage those of you who eat meat to take a look into the meatpacking industry as well.
Constant fear and risk is a prominent feature of the meat industry. It is one of the most dangerous jobs in America with 12.6 injuries/illnesses per 100 full-time meat packing plant employees in 2005, two times as high as the average for all U.S. manufacturing jobs. Workers face the risk of losing their jobs and even deportation if they are injured or try to exercise their rights to organize and improve work conditions. Many of these workers suffer severe, life-threatening and sometimes life-ending injuries that are predictable and preventable. Up to 30 percent of workers are undocumented immigrants, and 100 percent are being exploited.
While the labor of migrant farm workers is a human rights issue and should not be ignored, the meat industry is literally putting people’s lives in danger. If you care about migrant farm workers, you should care about meatpackers.
For unbiased sources, see the following.
Transitioning to a vegan diet will help put an end to this abuse. See the vegan kit for help, and as always, my, and countless others’ ask boxes are open and I’d be happy to give you advice.
This seriously needs more notes.
EWWWW DONT TELL ME THAT ITS NOT LIKE I ASKED U!!!! THIS RUINED MY BREAKFAST Y WOULD U TELL ME THT!!!! U vegans and ur shock value smgdh
Why am I so bothered by those using/promoting honey and other assorted bee ‘products’ as “vegan”? Please take a look at this image & consider the following:
- Bees are sentient beings who work tirelessly to gather food & supplies for their colonies.
- Bees already do plenty of service for us by helping to pollinate trees and plants so that we may reap the benefits in the form of fruit and vegetable nutrients when time comes for harvest. If it weren’t for bees, we would find little (or nothing) to eat on this planet.
- The population of bees is also now on the very precipice of massive extinction. Exploitation ≠ conservation.
Stealing bees’ food & killing them for thoughtless, self-indulgent purposes is not okay. Fellow Earthlings neither share nor benefit from popular human systems of (monetary) trade, which leads to mass suffering and unimaginable confusion for non-humans. Please consider these beings and their perspectives before making decisions which can only perpetuate their exploitation.