The Spiritual Vegan

raw and non raw vegan recipes


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The Spiritual vegan is an online recipe book and a guide to making conscious, healthy eating decisions.

Have you ever really thought about how what you put into your body affects you? Have you spent time trying to work out what’s the best diet? If you’re like me, you’ve probably found that the information out there is very muddled and contradictory. Years into my journey towards great health through food, I’m still not sure about anything to a 100%. I often wonder at the multitude different ways in which people can nourish themselves. Nevertheless, I think the worst thing you can do is to just give up.

I’m a vegan and a primary purpose of this site is to help people learn about veganism and how they can become vegan. One of the biggest blocks many people have to becoming vegan is learning to cook satisfying meals without meat or animal products. It is definitely possible, and through this site I’ll show you how I do it. I also make special meat and animal product substitutes for people who need that emotional fix that those foods give them that are cheaper, tastier and healthier than what you buy in the shops.

First time readers might want to check out How to go vegan, Problems with the vegan diet? and The benefits of a vegan diet.

I was a raw fooder for a while and I still like to incorporate large amounts of raw food into my diet, so many recipes here are raw – these are healthy and delicious foods for anyone, and great for raw foodists, of course.

The message I want to leave you with on this site is that eating healthily doesn’t have to be difficult and it DEFINITELY doesn’t have to feel like deprivation!

By the way, check out my main blog, about Spirituality, Lightworkers, and other things. It’s a unique site dedicated to helping people see through lies and find out their own perspective on the truth. I hope you enjoy it, and this site, as much as I enjoy writing πŸ™‚

See you around,



Written by Princess

September 12, 2009 at 5:05 pm

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  1. Enjoying that on day one of the decade the Universe is aligning me with cool individuals such as yourselves…
    ‘Splain me more about what you mean by “transcending the need to eat”. I want to do that.
    And, what’s the, as you’ve said, “enjoying the piss” all about anyway!!
    Here’s to living and learning more and more and more…


    January 1, 2010 at 3:18 pm

    • Hi Paula πŸ™‚

      To “take the piss” means to make fun.

      As for transcending the need to eat, you can check out for starters. It’s possible to give up eating. Brings a lot of health and spiritual benefits in fact. May write about it here later.


      The Spiritual Vegan

      January 1, 2010 at 3:26 pm

  2. ok ok thanks for clarifying the piss thing…! like it; i’ll have to use that in selected company…!
    If you’re inclined…I have a little New Year’s Day challenge for you, seeing how this is the only thing on on “The “Spiritual Vegan” channel…(Remember I’m a fledgling blogger and getttin in some writing practice here which truth be told is actually a nice way to procrastinate from actually buying the hosting for my own site that I need to get out of my own way to create, so just know it would actually be better if you didn’t encourage me with a response…I’m just testing my blogosphere limits here!)
    Anyway, here goes: derive
    When you mention above what it is you’d like to do to the false gurus, believe me I totally concur; I have about two in particular that, if I let my weaker side (earlier self) rule I’d say “they should be sho_ and pi_ _ ed on”, but if what you’re really trying to accomplish with this blog is convey what you *KNOW* about spirituality having much to do with what we put in our mouths, and if the people you want to reach are people like me, the “trying-to-deliberately-focus-on-the-positives-about-life-while-trying-not-to-be-too-sickeningly-over-the-top-about-it” kind of people, my stronger side (current self), [although I see the conversational and humourous value in sarcasm and don’t want to believe what I’ve heard about sarcasm (that it’s the lowest form of humour because I(‘m trying not to) use it myself — like I did last night and my sister and I got into a really deep conversation about the underlying message the Universe receives when we use it] — Personally, (actually that’s right, you DID ask for feedback… πŸ™‚ as I was saying, just to let you know my higer self doesn’t totally care for the word rifle and the visual I get from it, or the *feeling* it gives me. Let’s relanguage shall we?
    (Man I really wish this was a forum and I could preview my post right now…)


    January 1, 2010 at 4:25 pm

  3. Hi Paula, if you’re starting up a blog I could recommend, the free option (this blog is free) is great and then you can upgrade it by paying, which gives you a domain etc. For a starter blog like this, I feel I don’t want or need anything more.

    As for the law of attraction / positivity, I don’t know whether I’ll always have a dark sense of humour, but for now I think it’s not so bad. I do believe we need to feel our anger and recognise it before we can let it go, so it’s cool to hate or whatever. Everything’s cool. Resistance is what hurts. When we love, it’s not because we should, it’s because it’s what we are.

    Where you from btw?


    The Spiritual Vegan

    January 5, 2010 at 2:17 pm

  4. Ah, there you are. It was my wish to discover your reply here and I’m paying attention to how you’ve honourably upheld the commitment you’ve put out — to be a resource for people who question things. I know that relates mostly to your Remap Your Reality site but it all overlaps.
    Your response reveals such certainty about you as in, “no contest: this is me, this is you.” I respect how you’ve stood by what your own truth is; something I strive to improve about myself. That’s what I’m looking for…people who are true through and through. How amazing a person I must be to have the opportunity to interact with your brilliance πŸ™‚ !

    Thank you for your insight into just how I will enter this world of self-expression — much to wade through!

    I’m from cowtown. Heard of it?
    P.S. My sister says “hi”


    January 6, 2010 at 2:07 pm

  5. Hey Paula, and her sister πŸ˜€

    I’m glad to help and thanks for the encouragement – strong words, haha! πŸ™‚ You’re very kind.

    I’ve not heard of Cowtown, is that USA?



    The Spiritual Vegan

    January 7, 2010 at 12:59 pm

  6. I’m really enjoying your blog, and I notice many similarities with mine, so can I add it to my vegan blog list? =)


    January 28, 2010 at 1:19 am

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