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My parents aren’t vegetarian, but they’ve been so supportive, over the years, of my lifestyle. They’re always up for tasting vegan food, and my soy-o-phobic mom recently switched to Silk in her coffee!!!

I’m the luckiest girl in the world!

I know I’m supposed to be the animal lover… but there’s NO WAY I’d let Henry kiss me on the mouth!

Ooohh Aaahh– vegan pomagranite martinis :o)

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Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 

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  1. VeggieGirl says:

    oh my goodness, how funny!! my mom recently switched to hempmilk in her coffee; my dad lets Kiwi kiss him (I love Kiwi to death, but I’m not to keen on the really wet kisses from her, haha); and, as you know, my parents too are both omnivores and are 100% supportive of my veganism (and love every meal I prepare for our weekly Family Dinner Nights).

    we are both two very lucky little vegans, that’s for sure ;0)

  2. maybepigscanfly says:

    Oh how fun to meet your parents! And that’s awesome that they are so supportive of you and veganism. Isn’t it great when you influence your parents food choices- yay for soy milk in coffee.

    Hopefully my parents will one day be as supportive as yours.

  3. stonielove says:

    aw, what a lovely family you have! i also have a dog (jackie) and i lover her, but i don’t let her kiss on my mouth either.

    those pomagranite martinis look great!

  4. Peace, Love and Veganism says:

    Thanks for your comments on my blog! It’s funny how parents will come around 🙂 Isn’t it funny how people will kiss their dogs and then eat a hamburger?

  5. tippitappi says:

    how sweet!
    My name is Jenni, and I’m a 31 year old vegan girl/mum from Reggio Emilia, Italy…
    your blog is lovely, so is you and your supportive family! the little dog looks very much like another dog that I know that can’t swim either, but maybe she is just lazy.

  6. Amy says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

    Your food pictures look yummy. I’m impressed that you manage to cook so much while in college! Pasta was about the most I could manage then, though now I have a proper kitchen I cook all the time.

  7. Voldemort Can't Stop the Rock says:

    Great pictures! That’s great that your parents are so supportive. 🙂

  8. Johanna3 says:

    cute family!

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