the good thing about making little bite size pies, is that if you eat the whole pie…you don’t really have to feel that bad about it. :)  today’s video is part of a cruelty-free christmas collab between me and eight other channels.   now the last collab i put together was the epically ethical thanksgiving dinner and you guys seemed to just eat that right up! (ha…eat it up…cause it was about food). so this time around i thought i’d try my hand at a recipe! (read more + resources)

it’s holiday season and you know what that means. it’s time for the celebration of deeply rooted traditions. the bonding of family and friends. the spreading of goodwill towards all. and at the core of it all…presents and food!   whether you’re celebrating christmas, hanukkah, kwanza, or any december-based holiday, it’s likely that gift-giving and serious eating factor into the festivities. in my last video post i got you completely covered on the gift front so be sure to check that out.  but for the food frontier, the holidays can be a challenging time for vegans, especially new vegans. (read more + resources)

with the holiday season upon us, whether you’re celebrating christmas, hanukkah, kwanzaa or what have you, gift-giving and proper present selection can be a daunting task for non-vegan friends of vegans, new vegans, and even old-timer vegans like myself. so rather than waste time meticulously reading product labels or searching out that one obscure specialty vegan boutique, i thought i’d share with you my top two vegan holiday gift resources. and, as a bonus, show you how to get 10% everything you buy- an offer exclusive to bite size vegan viewers. because statistics show that viewers of bite size vegan videos are 342.56% more awesome than non-viewers. and you can’t argue with science. (read more + resources)

there are honestly countless reasons to go vegan: ethics and morality, environmental impact, societal impact- specifically world hunger, and personal health and appearance, to name a few.  yet not everyone who goes vegan stays vegan.  do some of these reasons have less “sticking power” than others?  are your health and appearance enough motivation to keep you vegan? or does it need to go a bit deeper?  hear vegan activist gary yourofsky’s take on this in this installation of the gary yourofsky interview series. (read more + resources)

the overpopulation of deer in suburban areas can become a particularly dangerous situation when it comes to vehicular accidents. the most commonly proposed solution to this problem is hunting deer to thin out the population. but is hunting really an effective method of controlling deer populations? without of hunting, would we be completely overrun by a new mutant breed of deer overlords? let’s find out! (read more + resources)