Last time I wrote, I was wrapping up the month I spent leafleting in Texas. Get ready to feel hungry!
I love it! Lastly, here are a few of the meals our hosts in Frankfort, KY, served us. I came across their website and then had the chance to talk to some Vegan Outreach volunteers at the Atlanta VegFest.
After learning all the horrors of factory farming, I went vegetarian and then vegan a few months later. Holly and I have four leafleting-packed weeks ahead of us! What are your plans for the future? Macaroni and Cheese with peas the best combo everserved alongside Barbecue Tofu and steamed kale.
Great story! Thanks to you and Holly for all the outreach you accomplished.
It has been so wonderful to have her along for the ride! So far, I think that my favorite part has been during leafleting when students stop to talk because they want to learn more and express their interest in helping animals. And as happy as I am to welcome the new season, I also wonder if anybody else has taken notice of the date and, like me, asked yourself where the past few months have gone.
We started out with their Kimchi Spring Rolls. The first school we leafleted together, Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TNshe jumped right in, and together we distributed 1, leaflets. How did you hear about Vegan Outreach?
Wish we could have met her! She is a bundle of giggles and is a natural leafleter!
As an introvert and a bit of a control freak, I was worried about the lack of privacy and the degree of compromise it requires to live on the road with another person. A few weeks ago, I picked up my intern, Holly Brown, and she has been accompanying me on the road. Hopefully it is a balance of both for everyone who is reading this.
I learned a little more about the work they do and their intern program and decided to apply! Thanks for this, Lori.
Having the support from my family and working together was extremely helpful and made it a lot more fun. What has been your favorite part about living on the road thus far? They are artists by day but professional-level cooks by night:.
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To express our thanks to one Tennessee host for letting us occupy his guest room and couch, Holly and I made this scrumptious mango curry stir-fry with tofu served over white rice! There was a total of five of us trying out the restaurant. And this was a lunch our lovely hosts packed us for a post-leafleting meal: white rice and flavored black beans served with faux chicken, Tofutti cream cheese, and homemade pico de gallo. Note that Holly and I did not consume all of these plates by ourselves!
Can it really be April already? Welcome to the team, Holly! They are artists by day but professional-level cooks by night: Thai Curry served over rice noodles, potatoes sweet and whitetofu, and green peas, Vegan Dumplings and Sweet Sauce served with Pineapple Fried Rice, Macaroni and Cheese with peas the best combo everserved alongside Barbecue Tofu and steamed kale. I first heard about Vegan Outreach just from looking at online vegan websites, blogs, and recipes.
Another correction: she has not only been accompanying me, she has been helping me tremendously and providing a huge source of positive and fun energy. Georgia Southern University, senior, graduating Spring Luckily, my sister was already vegan and my mom and dad were also wanting to change the way they ate.
I know a short questionnaire is a bit different than living and working with her, but still-take my word for it. In the future I plan to earn my masters in occupational therapy and continue volunteering in the animal rights field. How old are you, and where are you from? Spring has arrived!
Well, I really should say we are in Oklahoma. Okay, okay.
Next, we tried their Tree Nut Cheese Plate. I have also really enjoyed meeting volunteers and spending time with our hosts.
You would love her just as much as I do!