Kansas City, MOUSA 64110
November 5, 2011
No introduction yet
Some fun topics might be: Easy ways to make family holiday gatherings sufficiently vegan-friendly while not seeming needy or strange to your non-vegan family. Tips on being vegan at work without your co-workers thinking you're strange (especially at work socials). How to deal with friends and family who aren't vegan and the depression and frustration that easily results from that. Easy ways to make the KC community more vegan-friendly.
Possibly. I don't have any particular topics that come to mind right now, other than the ones above, but I've done public speaking before. Open to ideas.
Tofu scramble, french toast, pancakes, yum! Some raw dishes are always good. Dishes with vegan sources of protein also really good.
Open to anyone except those with a religious angle.
Don't do everything gluten-free. While I respect those who prefer gluten-free options, as someone who doesn't have celiac disease, I prefer not to be limited to gluten-free dishes, which tend to much less tasty, IMHO. (This is in regards to signs around the city advertise it being both all-vegan and all-gluten-free.)
Amanda!!!! Oh you are so awesome and a powerhouse of motivated person! If I could have half of that energy...woo...maybe I need to eat more blueberries!
She would be cool even without the purple hair! (but it makes her super-cool!) Thanks for helping to keep the VegKC group going strong!
I love being around Amanda, because she has got to be the funnest person I know. You never get bored. She is a really good activist and an even better person! She has great tastes in music and clothes and books (and art and friends, etc etc) and AWESOME hair. It's purple!
Amanda is a classy lady!!
One of a new breed of Kansas City activists effectively blending dedication and organizational skill.
Amanda is all kinds of awesome! :D
Amanda's so friggin' cool!!! *hugs Amanda*