KEEN

pussylipgloss:

I been drankin..I been drankin..I get filthy when dat liqua get into me

pussylipgloss:

I been drankin..I been drankin..I get filthy when dat liqua get into me

(Source: heartsandmagic, via cyanaide)

fighting-for-animals:

Many people saw this photo on the internet and made fun of the “dairy” cow by calling her “stupid” but no one has wondered why she would leave the huge, lush, green pasture behind her and climb over a fence. The cow in the photo is a “first-calf heifer” trying to find her stolen baby. These first time mothers will do literally anything to get to their babies. 
A cow will continue to grow physically until she is 3-4 but a “dairy” cow is forcibly impregnated when she is only 15 months old and has her first calf when she is 2. A 2 year old cow is a teenager and will still be playful. The term “first-calf heifer” is used very frequently in the dairy industry and refers to a cow who has had her first baby. The dairy industry uses the word “heifer” instead of “cow” to describe these first time mothers because they are yet to reach their full mature cow size.Having not experienced the systematic loss of her babies yet thus very hopeful and ambitious, a “first-calf heifer” will be extremely determined to find and get to her stolen baby that she will literally do anything. This includes crawling over fences, breaking out of fields and walking for miles. To avoid this from happening, dairy farmers try to make their fencing escape-proof with hot electric fence, electric wire strands, steel panels, sturdy barbed/page wires.

fighting-for-animals:

Many people saw this photo on the internet and made fun of the “dairy” cow by calling her “stupid” but no one has wondered why she would leave the huge, lush, green pasture behind her and climb over a fence. The cow in the photo is a “first-calf heifer” trying to find her stolen baby. These first time mothers will do literally anything to get to their babies. 

A cow will continue to grow physically until she is 3-4 but a “dairy” cow is forcibly impregnated when she is only 15 months old and has her first calf when she is 2. A 2 year old cow is a teenager and will still be playful. 

The term “first-calf heifer” is used very frequently in the dairy industry and refers to a cow who has had her first baby. The dairy industry uses the word “heifer” instead of “cow” to describe these first time mothers because they are yet to reach their full mature cow size.

Having not experienced the systematic loss of her babies yet thus very hopeful and ambitious, a “first-calf heifer” will be extremely determined to find and get to her stolen baby that she will literally do anything. This includes crawling over fences, breaking out of fields and walking for miles. To avoid this from happening, dairy farmers try to make their fencing escape-proof with hot electric fence, electric wire strands, steel panels, sturdy barbed/page wires.

(Source: fightingforanimals, via veganvibez)

eat-to-thrive:

Raw vegan “burgers” today! I used portobello mushroom caps as buns, and the burger patties are made with carrots, celery, scallions, dehydrated tomatoes, zucchini, & mustard powder. They are sooooo flavourful and filling!  - 2 or 3 portobello mushrooms - 4 lrg carrots (about 325g) - 2 stalks celery (about 100g) - 1 lb. tomatoes, sliced & dehydrated for about 10-12 hours at 115 F. - 1/2 cup chopped scallions, green tops only - 1 small zucchini (about 90g) - 1/4 teaspoon mustard powder - also lettuce, tomatoes, & avocado as toppings  First rinse the mushrooms, and scoop away the black gills. Set aside to dry. Chop up all the burger pattie ingredients and pulse them in a food processor until blended together finely. Form little burger patties with your hands, or I like to place the mixture in mini spring form cake pans and create a more perfect looking pattie.  Then dress the burger with lettuce, tomatoes, avocado, or whatever you like! I eat them without a top “bun” since they’re too big for my mouth otherwise ;)  Note: So there’s a couple ways you can go about making the “patties”… you can either juice the carrots and celery and use the pulp, or you can just skip that and use the whole carrot and celery as is. Using the pulp will give you a tighter, dryer pattie, which is nicer because it stocked together easier… but it’s more work, and they taste the same. Up to you! Today, for the burger shown, I did not use juice pulp (I dropped my juicer this morning and broke it 😁) so what I did was place the mixture in a strainer after mixing it in my food processor, and press it with a spoon to get some of the juice out.


Hmmm!!!

eat-to-thrive:

Raw vegan “burgers” today! I used portobello mushroom caps as buns, and the burger patties are made with carrots, celery, scallions, dehydrated tomatoes, zucchini, & mustard powder. They are sooooo flavourful and filling!

- 2 or 3 portobello mushrooms
- 4 lrg carrots (about 325g)
- 2 stalks celery (about 100g)
- 1 lb. tomatoes, sliced & dehydrated for about 10-12 hours at 115 F.
- 1/2 cup chopped scallions, green tops only
- 1 small zucchini (about 90g)
- 1/4 teaspoon mustard powder
- also lettuce, tomatoes, & avocado as toppings

First rinse the mushrooms, and scoop away the black gills. Set aside to dry. Chop up all the burger pattie ingredients and pulse them in a food processor until blended together finely. Form little burger patties with your hands, or I like to place the mixture in mini spring form cake pans and create a more perfect looking pattie.
Then dress the burger with lettuce, tomatoes, avocado, or whatever you like! I eat them without a top “bun” since they’re too big for my mouth otherwise ;)

Note: So there’s a couple ways you can go about making the “patties”… you can either juice the carrots and celery and use the pulp, or you can just skip that and use the whole carrot and celery as is. Using the pulp will give you a tighter, dryer pattie, which is nicer because it stocked together easier… but it’s more work, and they taste the same. Up to you! Today, for the burger shown, I did not use juice pulp (I dropped my juicer this morning and broke it 😁) so what I did was place the mixture in a strainer after mixing it in my food processor, and press it with a spoon to get some of the juice out.

Hmmm!!!

(via raw-vegan-rabbit)

vegan-veins:

Strawberry banana ice cream, this is heaven

vegan-veins:

Strawberry banana ice cream, this is heaven

TRANSITION

Mon monde sans viande 

Je suis végétarienne depuis un bon nombre d’année mais cela fait seulement 1 an que j’ai décidé d’être végétalienne. 

Décidé j’ai dis. Car dans la pratique c’est autre chose!! 
Quand j’ai désirais être végétalienne j’avais en tête d’avoir relativement le même mode alimentaire qu’en tant que végétarienne mais en enlevant seulement tout les autre produits d’origine animale! 
Erreur! Cela m’affaiblissait et je me rabattais de plus en plus sur les céréales et autres glucides à composition complexe.

Mon ventre qui souffrait

Depuis longtemps j’ai de gros problème de digestions. 
Ces problèmes se manifestaient souvent par des crampes d’estomacs très intense et souvent même des vomissements. 

En fait, je ne supportais plus avoir de la nourriture dans mon estomac. 
J’ai longtemps pensé que mon problème était une forme d’anorexie ou de boulimie, seulement, je n’avais pas de crise et ne m’empêchais pas de manger pendant de longue période, mes vomissements étaient véritablement physique.

Mon monde sans gluten

Voulant mettre fin à tout cela et étant persuadée d’avoir un trouble alimentaire je suis allé consulter un médecin, à force de question le médecin m’a dit que mes problèmes alimentaire avaient peut-être comme cause une allergie au gluten. 

J’ai passé des prises de sang et mon allergie s’est révélée!

Depuis tout ce temps voilà ce qui me pourrissait la vie!

Transition difficile

Depuis 5 mois environ je suis en transition vers une alimentation frugivore car a force de renseignements j’ai finis par comprendre que la nourriture que l’on achète est du poison, tout simplement!

Le chemin est compliqué pour moi car j’ai un estomac atrophié et il m’est difficile de manger la grande quantité de fruits et légumes dont mon corps à besoin. 

L’erreur d’y aller trop vite!!

Les premiers temps j’ai voulu y aller trop vite,

Tombant sur des sites qui mettent en avant un aspect élitiste de cette alimentation , faisant croire de belles promesses et allant parfois même à l’encontre de la physiologie du corps en quittant un extrême pour un autre. se déconnectant de la vie réelle. 

Je craquais et j’avais le sentiment de retourner à zéro.

On y va doucement!

Le but est de vivre une expérience positive pour que de part nous même on se rende compte de la vie saine qui nous attend. 

Je suis donc en transition et si comme moi vous souhaitais partager vos témoignages et vos commentaires, n’hésitez pas!! Envoyez moi un message !

(Source: weheartit.com)

“«la vie courante est une fête bien plus intéressante que les pseudo-fêtes qu’on institue pour la faire oublier»”
— Dubuffet

Go to the parc!!! Champion he s happy!!! #goodtime #dog #happylife #newlife #love #family

Etape 1 le croquis je vais tenter une petite compo tattoo avec un perso :) #draw #tastetothewild #tattoosketch #girldraw #arieswoman

Etape 1 le croquis je vais tenter une petite compo tattoo avec un perso :) #draw #tastetothewild #tattoosketch #girldraw #arieswoman

take your time!
Il faut savoir être patient dans la vie et apprendre que rien n’arrive pour rien! 

take your time!

Il faut savoir être patient dans la vie et apprendre que rien n’arrive pour rien! 

(via stillinsolent)

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Good morning !! I wear a very teenage t-shirt when i sleep ;)

Good morning !! I wear a very teenage t-shirt when i sleep ;)

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