The fourth of July is right around the corner and grills all across America will be riddled with hotdogs, hamburgers and chicken. In fact, it is estimated that we have been stockpiling 700 million pounds of chicken and 190 million pounds of beef for this glorious weekend. You might not want anything to do with all that meat. Here’s how to not eat meat this fourth of July while making sure you get along with all the meat eaters:
I was not asked nor compensated in any way to write this GNC Puredge Complete Vegan Protein review. My intent is solely to help you make a more informed decision.
GNC Puredge Complete Vegan Protein is marketed as “vegan, gluten free, GMO free, soy free and dairy free”… duh, it’s vegan. While a somewhat redundant description, it met the criteria I was looking for. If you are after protein, a serving of this (two scoops or 45 grams) will give you 20 grams of plant-based protein. Like hungry muscles after a killer workout, let’s break down these nutrients so we can understand it more.
A nasty case of posterior tibial tendonitis forced me to look at food through yet another lens. I asked myself, “self, what are good foods for tendon repair and health?” Keep reading to find out the answer and together we can build strong tendons!
Nihilist Arby’s has left the Earth to go dwell in a hell that it didn’t believe in. The account has been suspended because it was found guilty of roping us into a pessimistic, unproductive and damaging nihilist perspective. Furthermore, it constantly promoted stupid sandwiches and fake cheese sauce.
I haven’t washed my hands today, nor will I let any silly regulations tell me to do so. Now our political representatives are starting to jump on board.
America is “one of the most regulated nations in the history of the planet.” according to Senator Thom Tillis. Senator Tillis also explained that he would support Starbucks opting out of the “Employees Must Wash Hands” regulation as long as they post a sign that says they will opt out.
I love carbonated milk. Unfortunately, Coca-Cola’s new milk product does not provide the same fizzy sensation as their soda. But Fairlife, the name of Coca-Cola’s milk, still has the potential to change a once saturated market.
Nick is eating the new Taco Bell Quesalupa. Taco Bell, America’s most authentic Mexican restaurant, has released its latest genius invention in the test market of Toledo, Ohio. The Quesalupa is a chalupa with a PizzaHut stuffed crust shell. No? Then it’s a flaky shell inspired by mozzerella sticks? Um, it’s a taco inside a quesadilla?
I used to stand for conscious eating. Once upon a time I passionately promoted thinking about what we are eating, why we eat and the impact it has. Nihilist Arby’s says otherwise. Nihilist’s Arby’s says “No one cares. Life is pain.”
“Normally I don’t eat whipped cream,” I said to my girlfriend as I sheepishly grabbed the knife and slathered it on my crepe. It reminded me of days when I used to spread soft butter on warm pancakes. “Buuut I’m trying to get fat so I probably should eat it.” I was joking but also telling the truth. A lofty and ambitious goal of summiting Mount Washington this February has me diligently preparing everything from acquiring mondo fluffy mitts to stretching out my previously injured achilles tendon to packing on a few pounds for a little extra warmth. The only problem with the last one is I fucking hate whipped cream. Read more
I couldn’t sleep last night because bills touting GMO labeling laws were bouncing around my in my head. These are the things that keep me awake. I was intrigued by a comment in an article that I found on Rep. Mike Pompeo’s twitter (the guy who wrote HR4432) that said “anyone else that wants to avoid GMOs can simply buy organic.” Read more