KL: Vegan Treats‘ Peanut Butter Bomb.
KL: That it’s all the same or difficult to find.
KL: I believe we’ll continue to see large corporations jumping on board to produce their own versions of popular vegan foods. For example, a dairy company owns the Silk brand, and another large company that invests in meat products purchased a plant-based meat company at the end of last year. Large companies go where the money is and food is very clearly, steadily trending vegan.
KL: The vegan community is extremely supportive and (as a whole) amazingly kind.
KL: Absolutely! There will likely not be a living-in-a-vehicle situation next time. However, I’d love to take the trip internationally, and as a TV show version (vs. a blog version).
Whether you’re vegan or not, Kristin is someone you should know about and connect with. She’s smart, funny and incredibly inspirational. I’m especially drawn to her business and lifestyle coaching offerings for entrepreneurs and those seeking to turn their passions into their life’s work. Kristin’s own passion and enthusiasm for helping others shines brightly in everything she does and it’s hard not to be moved by the insight she has to offer.
And if all that other stuff is not exactly your cup of tea, you should follow her on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, anyway, for some drool-worthy food pics! Just stay off her social media pages if you’re hungry, though, because her food pics WILL MAKE YOU DROOL ALL OVER YOUR KEYBOARD. Trust me.
Thank you so much for taking the time to chat with me, Kristin! I can’t wait to bury my nose in a copy of your book and experience your journey for myself!
Who has read “Will Travel for Vegan Food?” I’m anxious to know what you thought of it!