Whether you are interested in improving your health, reducing your carbon footprint, being compassionate for our fellow earthlings (the animals), reducing world hunger, or making the world a more peaceful place, you’ve come to the right place! I can provide guidance, information and resources for your plant-based journey. I am a Main Street Vegan certified vegan lifestyle coach and educator. I have been vegan for almost 8 years and have much experience educating, helping and informing people on how to make their own vegan, or plant-based journey.
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Friday, Saturday, Sunday June 8, 9, 10
This is not a Your Vegan Mentor activity but I am sharing it as a courtesy. This 3 day festival is put on by Brother Wolf. For more details.
Dinner & Dialogue
Wednesday, June 20, 2018 6:30 – 8:00 cost of your meal
Let’s get together, eat delicious vegan food and share great conversation. No topic chosen; we cover whatever is on our minds. We order off the menu and each of us pays our own bill.
Let me know you can make it here.
Mini Veg Fest
Sunday, July 22, 2018 2:00-5:00
This is not a Your Vegan Mentor activity, but I will be there. I will have a table. Please come by and say hi! I will also be one of the speakers. Hope to see you there! It is brought to you by the Asheville Vegan Society and Sweet Bear Rescue Farm, both of whom are non-profits and will split any proceeds from the event.
What’s the difference between vegan & plant-based?
The word vegan can stand for a diet or a person. A vegan is someone who chooses not to eat meat, poultry, fish, dairy, eggs, and honey. Moreover, vegans usually do not wear nor use animals at all. The original definition of “veganism” was coined by Donald Watson: “a philosophy and way of living which seeks to exclude — as far as is possible and practical — all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose…”
Plant-based is a newer term, which specifically deals with diet. It refers to eating plants as opposed to animals, mainly for health reasons, and it doesn’t deal with clothing, toiletries, etc. Other terms include: plant strong, whole food plant based, and many more.