Promoting Reuse →
I came across this website today called Green is Universal, which promotes reuse of existing products into other creations in different areas such as fashion, for the home, etc. There’s a competition associated it presented by Esty.com, which participants upload their creations and projects to be voted upon. The last upload date is April 8th. I’m sure we all have creative reuse...
D.I.Y. Cooking Handbook from New York Times →
I found this on the New York Times recently and the article shows you how to start a D.I.Y. kitchen projects. The recipes look simple enough and something anyone can tackle at home such as: homemade jam, mustard, sauces and yes, kimchi. I like the simplicity of the recipe as well as the resource links that guide you. Check it out!
Southwestern Tofu Scramble
I’m now in Tucson, AZ on my spring break. Despite working a bit, one thing I’m not lacking is food, drinks and wonderful sunsets. This morning, we ventured to Blue Willow, a local restaurant with some good veggie options. I ordered the tofu scramble with pinto beans and tortilla. They sauteed fried cubes of tofu with spinach, onions and mushrooms that was quite tasty and hit the...
Bikes on a Mission
I’ve checked out their website before and put together virtual bikes of my dream, but on the San Francisco trip, I didn’t expect to stumble upon the Mission Bicycle Shop. It was a great find and a great company to check out. They custom build a bike to your liking with many colors and accessories to choose from all made my hand and one at a time in San Francisco. A true and worthy...
I had a quick detour this past weekend to San Francisco to participate in business school challenge. It was my third time to San Francisco and was excited to reconnect. This time, I experienced it as a vegan and had a fellow veteran vegan with me, which two is better than one in our group of five. We ate at great restaurants and had fun exploring together. It was a fun bonding experience,...