Perfect message c:
Very well said.
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Can anyone recommend a good, cruelty free hand lotion for someone whose hands get really dry in the winter?
I’m extremely excited for my first vegan Thanksgiving, so I’m going all out! Here is the menu I have planned, for those who may need some ideas. :)
- Potato Angels from Happy Herbivore (vegan take on Deviled Eggs)
- Mashed Potatoes and Chickpea Gravy
- Pumpkin Pie
I may even throw in this Green Bean Casserole, even though I don’t like green beans. I feel like I need some greens on my plate! What’ya think, too much?