Vegan Meals for the Whole Family

My husband and I have a large family. We have 5 children ranging in age from 16 to 1. To find meals that they ALL love can be challenging, especially since my older ones can be pickier with food than the younger ones. Since becoming new to veganism, I have made it my mission to… Read more »

It’s OK to be Vegan and Unhealthy

I make it no secret that I enjoy alcoholic beverages. I have a rule that, if I don’t have any meetings or personal obligations and it’s past 5 pm, I drink. This allows me to indulge in the Devil’s Elixir without it getting in the way of life’s duties and responsibilities. Granted, I sometimes drink… Read more »

Plant-Based Business: Aye Ryze and Kym Alsoomse Bey

My name is Kym Bey, the creator and operator of Aye Ryze Plant Based Cuisine. I am a homeschooler, gardener, cook, business owner, a leader, and a Kreative GeneUs. I also have a background in psychology, sociology, human services, and herbal-ism, and am a loctician by trade. I am family. I am love, unity, and… Read more »

A Vegan Rant: I Just Want to Eat in Peace

People miss all kinds of things when they turn vegan, from cheese to bacon to leather shoes. In my weaker moments, I certainly pine for animal flesh in various forms and wish I could find affordable half-decent vegan dress shoes. What vegan hasn’t had that one dream where they go back to the “good old… Read more »

Grilling Green: Meat Alternatives and Health

Blue skies and sunshine. Tan lines and festive drinks. Everyone loves a backyard cookout, but while most people are throwing burgers and dogs on the grill, how do we vegans participate? Welcome to the world of compassionate grilling!

Grass Roots and Hometown Hearts

As we prepare to welcome Give Local York 2019, let’s take a moment to reflect on just what it means to channel your efforts at Home. For most of us, the idea of charitable giving is second nature. Many national and international organizations thrive off of the generosity of donors, and it is this financial… Read more »

Tips for Enjoying the Holidays as a Vegan

The start of the holiday season in early November gets me feeling warm and fuzzy inside, but it also brings about an uncomfortable sensation in the pit of my stomach knowing about the plight of animals. I have wonderful memories of my childhood and young adult years spending time with family and friends, and eating… Read more »