What is going on with this pizza? Oh, there's some pesto, sauteed garlic scapes, sun dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts, and just a couple smooches of daiya. Once again, it would have been just fine without any fake cheese. I made the pizza on a piece of flatout bread for the extra fiber. I'm a fiber ho fo' sho.
This photo was taken earlier in the Summer at the old house. It was one of those throw together dinners I made prior to the move. Then I lost the USB cable to my camera. Remember how much fun that was?
So, I've been thinking about my ultimate goal as a blogger. I want to increase traffic at TPITA Vegan so I can make a little extra money for my family, and make a sizable monthly contribution to my local food bank because a) it is awesome and b) they take really good care of my family. I've been exposed to fruits and veggies I could never really afford, I learn new things about veggies and fruits I've never heard of, and I always score tofu and really good bread, yay!
Sometimes I get a little embarrassed that I have to shop there because it is so humbling to have to ask for help with something as simple as nutritious food. Ultimately, I am super grateful because I know there are people and animals world wide that have minimal to no food to eat, and no clean/running water to drink. It is a dirty shame that eating well has become the stuff of privilege.
How do I do that? Well, I know blogs that give away prizes tend to be popular. While I have a small cult following, I'm not the cat's meow of vegan food blogs. I get that. I want to change that, though. So I'm having ANOTHER GREAT GIVEAWAY!
Remember my homemade granola discovery? Would you like to have some of your very own? Simple: please tweet/FB/Google+ about this entry, and report in the comments section your favorite granola combination for a chance to win muh-muh-my granola. On August 20th, I'll pick the most intriguing combination , make it JUST FOR YOU, and post the official recipe in the PITAV archives forever!
ZOMG! 17 days and counting to Vida Vegan Con. I can't wait! I am looking for sponsorship to help absorb traveling expenses while in PDX. If you are interested in making a PayPal donation, any amount is appreciated, will go to good use, and earn you some gnarly karma.