Vegan Cuts Beauty Box – March Roundup

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Instagrammers share their beauty boxes from left to right: @alivegan, @corinna_lynn, @jamiepear, and @wloveandsqualor

Now that spring is here, color palettes are changing and so are our beauty products and routines. Last month’s Vegan Cuts Beauty Box took that into consideration by including nail lacquer, sugar scrub, and hair care products designed to help ease you into the seasonal transition.

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One Sip, Two Sips: Three Teas for Wellness

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Let’s face it, despite the two heads of kale every vegan consumes each week (please tell me I’m not alone!), germs can still take up temporary residence in our bodies, leaving us in bed for several days at a time. When I’m tucked under the sheets, my cure for feeling better is a steaming mug of tea–not just for its warmth, but for its health boosting properties too.

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Indie Vendor Profiles: Q&A with Djuna Shay

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The Vegan Cuts marketplace is filled with amazing products from compassionate vendors and we thought it would be fun to start a new little series on the blog, Indie Vendor Profiles, featuring Q&A sessions so we can all get to know these folks a bit better! First up, Djuna Shay, a cruelty-free fashion and apparel company based in New York City. Read more…

10 Things I’ve Heard Throughout My Meatless Life That are Too Good Not to Share

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Plenty of people think vegans are silly. They don’t understand why we make the choices we do. And often, they ask questions that border on the edge of absurdity, such as: “But what if you lived on a desert island and the only food left in the world was meat. Would you eat it then?” Oh the scenarios… Truth is, vegans are quite smart because we’re changing the world—for the better. Here, Molly Patrick, author of the website Bold Vegan, shares some of the silliest questions she’s ever been asked throughout her meatless life. Get ready to laugh! Read more…

Primal Pit Paste: Review + Giveaway

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Despite the mass quantities of lovely plants we eat on a daily basis, not all vegans smell pretty. Take me, for example. When the sun shines in Portland, I am either riding my bike, backpacking in the mountains, or walking around in search of the perfect vegan doughnut (or cookie, or brownie, or pizza). Hours later, a sniff or two is all it takes for me to realize that I STINK! Not to worry, because I recently discovered my new favorite deodorant brand, which just might become your new favorite too!

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Green Tea Noodle Salad: Bring Spring Into Your Kitchen!

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Everything’s coming up green outside, including a bounty of beautiful produce. Spring brings not only a change of weather, but a desire for lighter, more vibrant meals. And we’ve got the ideal recipe for all you foodies, courtesy of one of our favorite vegan bloggers. Erin, from Olives for Dinner, was kind enough to share a simple and delicious noodle salad recipe that’s representative of springtime.

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