Monday, December 10, 2012

Atheist or Scientific Sites I Recommend; Vegan Sites I recommend has a library full of articles about the Bible, and the author is very versed in his Bible knowledge.  If you want to know who the passage, "My god, my god, why have you forsaken me?" was really about, or why the prophesies were not fulfilled (contrary to what Christians say), it is all at this site under "Articles."  Very worth the visit. (don't be afraid of the big wolf pic that pops up) is about evolution and has great, easy to understand, explanations. is a beautiful website with a fantastic blog with astounding pictures!  The writing has a poetic lilt about it, yet very informative.  If you click on the blog and then scroll down, on the right are topics to choose from.

Vegan sites I enjoy are mainly recipe sites. is pretty practical with beautiful nice, large pictures. and both offer extremely practical recipes.  The recipes are on the left a ways down on the first site. is beautiful and inspiring with its gorgeous recipes, but they are heavy on avocados and shake-looking drinks and not quite as practical.  Still I check on it almost daily to see what she is making and I have tried a few recipes.

Vegweb is just pain useful. is not a blog, and is just pictures with recipes pulled from what they think are the best from the web.  Updated frequently. is also pictures with recipes pulled from sites on the web.  They are moving to Pinterest soon, and I don't know what that means as far as that website.

For all other things vegan, go to beaelliott's blog -, also known as PROVOKED.  Animal rights issues, videos, articles, etc.  All about how to avoid diseases with a very low fat diet.  They do use honey and he has 2 oz of turkey every other year so he will be known as a health doctor and not a 'vegan doing it for the animals" although he mentions many times he likes the compassion it offers.  I go to "medical info" then "hot topics" and click on all the articles.  Great information.
www.  Gary Yourofsky's site.  Check out his very moving video!  This is a former "radical" vegan activist who now finds it more useful to educate.  Love his site.

Favorite phrase of the day - taken from Pangeaprogress' site!

"What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the
wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset."
Chief Crowfoot, Blackfoot Indian Chief

1 comment:

  1. Oh gosh - Thanks for directing people my way! ;)

    I'm just now getting around to updating my blog-roll to include your site as well... This time of year it's impossible to keep up with much.

    Thanks for providing all these useful links and for all you do. <3