I have decided to participate in this years VeganMoFo, the Vegan Month of Food. Along with other bloggers around the country (world?) I will be attempting to create a post about veganism everyday this month, or at least every week day. I figure it is a great way to reach more Afrikan (black) vegans and let them know about Food For The Soul and build a vibrant community here on the site.
So what is VeganMoFo? Here is what the organizers have to say on the website about us page:
It’s time for VeganMoFo, the Vegan Month Of Food, beginning September 1, 2013 this year!
The idea is to write as much as you can all month, about vegan food. The blog entries can be about anything food related – your love of tongs, your top secret tofu pressing techniques, the first time your mom cooked vegan for you, vegan options in Timbuktu – you get the idea, right? If not, browse around on some of our round-ups and you’ll catch on fast!
There aren’t strict guidelines for how often to write, but the idea is to shoot for every weekday, or about 20 times in the month.
As the world catches on that vegan food really is the best choice for animals (suck it, humane meat!), the planet (bite me, melting ice caps!) and people (piss off, heart disease!) let’s show them what vegan eating is all about.
My posts will focus on veganism and Afrikans (black folk), the 50 Shades of Vegan Kale Challenge, and Transitioning to Veganism. Other topics as they come to me.
Do you have tips you would like to share for the Transitioning to Veganism post? Do you have suggestions for other post topics? What topics would you like to see? What questions do you have? Leave me a comment or send me a message.
You can find out more about VeganMoFo and the other bloggers by clicking on the VeganMoFo image on the right. Or here is the list of all the VeganMoFo 2013 blogs, including this one!