Q: Carrie Underwood, Orlando Bloom, Brad Pitt, Natalie Portman, Alec Baldwin, Leonardo Dicprio, what do these
A: A beautiful face, a talented mind, or a million dollar body?! Yes, but NO. In fact, these celebrities share one concept together, which is they don’t eat meat because they are either a vegan or a vegetarian.
A lot of people get mixed up with these two terms. Here are a brief definitions of vegetarian and vegan.
Vegetarian: Vegetarian is a blanket term used to describe a person who does not consume meat, poultry, fish, or seafood.
This grouping includes vegans and the various sub- categories of vegetarian; however, it generally implies someone who has less dietary restrictions than a vegan.
Vegan: Vegan is the strictest sub-category of vegetarians. Vegans do not consume any animal products or by-products. Some go as far as not even consuming honey and yeast. Others do not wear any clothing made from animal products.
In the past 10 years, being a vegetarian or a vegan seems to have become a trend here in
Mrs. G (me) is only a weekend vegetarian. I only go vegetarian whenever I feel my body needs to be detoxified. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE VEGGIES, but I dare to say goodbye to meat, seafood, and all the fatty goody grease…
One time I was in a vegan restaurant, I was hesitated to try a vegan cupcake at first. But my meal came with a free dessert, so I figured why not! I picked up this rose water cupcake and I was in heaven after just one bite. I could not even tell that was not made with eggs and butter. It tasted beyond
There are handfuls of vegan cupcakes stores throughout
*A side note, C for Cupcake Cupcakery do offer vegetarian and vegan options, feel free to contact for information.