The 10 Stages Of Being A Vegan During Grilling Season — And How To Cope
Posted on June 02, 2015
While there are tons of different vegan options you probably didn’t know you can grill, most people stick to the basics, a.k.a food a vegan can’t eat. This makes being invited to barbecues super tricky. You don’t want to be that person, but you also don’t want to be stuck sitting outside, salivating while everyone is chowing down on delicious food.
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