My dad is an old school Cuban; born right before the Cuban Revolution of 1959, he witnessed enough crimes committed by the Castro Regime to despise anything that resembles communism. My great grandfather immigrated to Cuba from Catalonia, Spain in the late 1800s, my grandfather built on the work of his father, and my father was … Continue reading Petty Politics
Hi guys! I made another clustered bar graph to show my common sources of calcium. The graph is based on the serving sizes on nutritional labels. If you haven't tried Califia Farms Toasted Coconut Milk, you're missing out! For more information on vegan sources of calcium, click here. Below is a quote directly from The Vegan Society … Continue reading Where Do Vegans Get Their Calcium?
“I am in love with every church And mosque And temple And any kind of shrine Because I know it is there That people say the different names Of the One God.” — Hafiz We are a nation founded on religious freedom. We are a nation of immigrants. The Muslim ban is not only morally wrong, it … Continue reading On The Muslim Ban
Temperature was 56° F. Had brunch at O.T.L. in the Design District. Marlene had a croissant and a latte. I had avocado toast and mint tea. We went to the bay. I took photos of Marlene. We saw a manatee. It was a beautiful day. Below: Marlene, mint tea, and a manatee.
Every vegan/vegetarian has been asked this question at least once. I made this little clustered bar graph to show the common sources of protein for me. The graph is based on the serving sizes on nutritional labels but I think most of us usually eat more than the recommended amount😂. If you're a vegan who's into working … Continue reading Where Do Vegans Get Their Protein?
If you were to be diagnosed with cancer with 97% of doctors saying that you have cancer and 3% of doctors saying that you don't have cancer, would you seek treatment or would you risk dying from it? Or worse yet, would you tell them, "that's ridiculous because cancer does not exist?" Something I hear a lot about climate change … Continue reading The Greatest Lie Ever Told
What you find when you thrift in Boca Raton: The World of Picasso book published in 1967. I wish I could show you the entire book. It's so beautiful. I'm an art nerd. ❤
When I was a first year economics student in college, one of the first things we learned about was the difference between Trickle-up (Keynesian) and Trickle-down (aka supply side) Economics. The economy is, in general, susceptible to booms and busts (expansions and recessions), but is supply-side economics the economic system that promotes the best outcome? After the Reaganomics and Clintonomics eras … Continue reading Does Trickle-Down Economics Work For The Middle Class?
This is by far the best guac I've ever tried (it's my mother's Honduran recipe). Be careful when making this, you may never want any other type of guac again! Ingredients you'll need for a party of one or a party of four: 1 slice of avocado (4 slices) 3 cilantro leaves (12 leaves) 1/2 a tomato … Continue reading Mayan Guac – 5 Minute Recipe
When I was a little girl, the Miami Metro Zoo and the Miami Seaquarium ranked among my favorite places to be, right alongside Magic Kingdom and Chef Mickey's. I loved seeing and learning about animals that I would never get to see otherwise. Seeing the king of the jungle hang out in real life at … Continue reading Can Vegans go to the zoo?