Topic: vegan

Vegan Hangover Food (Or, What To Eat After St. Patrick’s Day Is Over)

Vegan Hangover Food (Or, What To Eat After St. Patrick's Day Is Over)

There’s this idea that vegans are always super healthy in everything they do. But vegans like to get crunk as much as anyone else—they go out, they drink, and they have hangovers they need to cure with something other than the standard bacon n’ eggs breakfast. We’re here to help plant-eaters deal with this weekend’s inevitable St. Paddy’s Day hangovers with a list of meat-and-dairy-free hangover eating ideas. You know, just in case you’ve killed too many brain cells to actually decide what to eat for brunch. More »

Why Vegan NFL Players Could Help Make Football A Healthier Sport

Why Vegan NFL Players Could Help Make Football A Healthier Sport

Vegan football players aren’t getting the same press as NFL members heading up the sport’s link to brain damage and depression. And the health concerns that got them to ditch meat and dairy probably aren’t nearly as pressing. But the lifestyle changes they’ve made while staying in the game are strangely inspiring proof that if players can change something that’s such a big part of football “culture” without hurting their ability to play the game or be part of their teams, maybe there’s room for the other kinds of change that we need to see in football, too. More »

Today’s Gross Health News: Hamburgers Could Soon Be Made Out Of Mealworms

Today's Gross Health News: Hamburgers Could Soon Be Made Out Of Mealworms

If you’ve been thinking about going vegetarian, this might just make the decision a bit easier: Researchers in the Netherlands have proposed that mealworms–you know, that gross wriggly beetle larvae–could be the next alternative to poultry, beef and pork. Meaning, hamburgers and other “meats” could be made out of worms–not cows, pigs or chickens. More »

The Sandy Hook Argument We Don’t Need To Have: Whether The Shooter Was Vegan

The Sandy Hook Argument We Don't Need To Have: Whether The Shooter Was Vegan

Since the deaths of 20 students and 6 teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary school, everyone we know has been arguing over which arguments to have, and when to have them. But one argument that’s emerged since Monday is so irrelevant, it’s shocking: The fact that the shooter, Adam Lanza, was vegan. Because we write about diet and veganism on Blisstree, it seems like a story we should weigh in on. But frankly, it’s only worth bringing up to say that it’s offensive. More »