Vegan Zombie, Healthy Meals Under $4 A Day, Gluten-Free Advice, Sugar-Free Ice Cream, & More!

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www.ecovegangal.com. Whitney’s weekly roundup, episode #3. Product of the Week: So Delicious No Sugar Added Coconut Milk Ice Cream Product of the Week: Amande – almond milk based vegan “yogurt”, fruit juice sweetened Eco Tip: Insta Froth Froth Maker Article of the Week: Plastic and the Great Recycling Swindle Book of the Week: I am Grateful recipe book Restaurant of the Week: Hugo’s Website of the Week: MELOMEALS – Vegan Meals Under $3.33 Video of the Week: Tofu the Vegan Zombie Video of the Week: Northern Fur Seal Release Shout-out of the Week: Two Degrees food bars Answer of the Week in Response to: Where do you stand on wheat as a health choice? Question of the Week (for you): What’s the best thing you’ve bought or received second hand?

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15 Comments

  1. royalt227

    Quinoa stirfry is cheap!

  2. logicsucksx3

    bodum.com These guys are one of the best brands around and they are slightly eco concious from what I have gathered.

  3. dray1211

    This is my first time checking out your channel and I love your video! Very informative.

  4. BonneEtoile22

    I’m definitely curious about the yougurt maker. I have one too but I’m having trouble figuring out how to make dairy free yougurt in it. I’d love to see what you come up with.

  5. BornBlessed91

    Nice video 🙂

  6. RainyDarkForest

    The local humane society has a thrift store, and I’ve bought stuff there that looks brand new, and i’m helping the animals at the same time. I also buy old clothes really cheap that I make into pet beds.

  7. arealowl

    As a barista, the way we get the milk (any milk) foamy in a cafe is to use a very cold (refrigerated) metal cup and then steam the milk to 160 degrees. You don’t want to dip the steamer head too far down into the milk, but instead just keep the opening just below the surface. I’m kind of uncertain of the results that the thrift store foamer might give you – but if it works, it works! 🙂

  8. thejovialyorick

    i buy my winter coats at the thrift store and save a lot of money, and can pick vegan cotton or polyester options. theyre not the best for the environment, but its better and cheaper than buying new. 😀

  9. EZGlutenFree

    Thanks for the weekly roundup….very informative. You exude a positive energy.

  10. CharismaticLife

    I really love these weekly roundups!

  11. jessiib12

    I admit I struggle with being a “healthy” vegan but watching you is always very inspiring!

  12. Sandramuoio

    Best thing I’ve ever bought from a thrift store was a bracelet. ( My environmental teacher gave us an assignment to go to a thrift store and purchase something second hand to do your part at recycling..- Since only three people in the entire class actually did it it, he said everyone who has purchased something will automatically get an entire letter grade higher at the end of the semester. )

  13. crosskitelines

    QOTD: The last time my friends went thrifting everyone got something but me! My favorite thing that they bought was this really adorable polka dot dress.

  14. beautyandthebets

    I’ve bought some of my all time favorite books from thrift stores for a fraction of the price! Also, great clothes.

  15. mariasofiea

    omg i had no idea you could make your own youghrt!

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