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What’s up, You dirty Veg-curious soul.

If you're on this page, you're probably thinking you’ll come in here, read some stuff, and get out quick.

Like really quick.

Before-she-converts-you-to-go-vegan quick.

Let me explain right now, I am not here to force you to do anything.

I’m here to educate.

I’m here to be the homie I wish I had when I was feeling a little…

Veg-curious.

So, are you here because maybe a girl at work eats vegan and you’re like, “Why’s she so against eating steak?”

Or, how about when you go grocery shopping.

Are you saying, “I’ll eat healthy” and then buy a block of cheese cause it’s on sale and you never know when the sale will come around again?

And now you’re like, “This has got to stop.”

Is there a little tingly gut feeling that you don’t want to acknowledge cause you know it may mean giving up bacon or your favorite ice-cream?

AHHH STOP.

She’s implying something!

I bet honestly you’re like, “Shit, why is the smallest part of me considering veganism?”

Nahhh. Nah nah.

“I could never go vegan.”

Never.

Nope.

Not happening.

No way.

{Insert brain spiral of the possibilities here}

Yeah, me either.

I said that exact sentence too.

I could never go vegan.

And I’m not going to pretend that when I made the decision to try veganism I wasn’t like, “I can always go back.”

Cause I totally was.

It was like my secret salami security blanket.

“I’ll try it out, but it probably won’t last.”

And now I’m “one of them.”

Yup, I drank the kool-aid.

And I’m not telling you that you need to drink the kool-aid.

I’m just here in case you do.

I want to be that hand to hold when you wake up and you’re like, “Oh shit, I drank the kool-aid.”

And if you don’t drink the kool-aid, my guess is that it’ll come back and tickle you again one day.

If ever that day comes, come back and see me.

Cause I’ll probably be here sipping some vegan shit like natural wine or a green-ass healthy drink like “Mwahahaha, they always come back.”

I’ll be honest with you, I drank the dang kool-aid and I wish I could’ve drank it since I could spell the word k-o-o-l-a-i-d.

So don’t be too scared.

When I bite, I bite like a vegan, so my carnivorous teeth are retired.

You’re safe.

Hey, if you think I’m a total lunatic, come and join my email list.

It’s a fun place to be.

Like actual fun, not bull shit “this homework is gonna be fun” stuff that your teachers sold to you.

I’ll definitely continue the ramblings of a mad, vegan woman there, but I’ll be sure to leave the guilt trip behind.

No one likes a guilt trip.

Yuck.

Okay, come on, ya veg-curious freakazoid.

You’ve already outed yourself if you got this far.

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