About Once-A-Month Cooking:

By making many dishes in one day, you can minimize the total time needed to prepare each one.  For the rest of the month, you don’t have to try to think up a game plan for dinner, or even worry when company comes by on short notice (“Sure, come on by, I’ll put a lasagna in the oven.”)  There are also financial considerations – since home-cooked meals are much cheaper than most ‘quick’ meals (i.e. boca burgers and frozen fries), you can save money by making them just as convenient, ready at a moment’s notice.

About Veganism:

Most vegans have ethical, health, and environmental concerns.  They’re all legitimate, and it’s worth knowing about them.

About Me:

I’ve been vegan for roughly 2 years, and vegetarian before that.  I live and cook with my sister, and I’m on my last year of college,  majoring in neurobiology.  (But unless something in my fridge becomes sentient, that probably won’t come into play.)

Feel free to contact me at haley underscore m86 at hotmail dot com.


4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Connie  |  September 8, 2010 at 12:24 pm

    This is a really great, helpful blog. Thanks for putting it together!

  • 2. Stephanie Williams  |  October 26, 2010 at 5:05 pm


    How did plan B turn out?

    Are you still working on OAMC?

  • 3. dearanonymousfriend  |  June 21, 2012 at 4:00 pm

    thank you for this blog. I stumbled on it while trying to find some recipes that can be frozen for my vegan daughter who is about to have her first baby. I am heading up to be with her and my job is to cook and freeze whenever possible. Just trying to find some recipes that won’t have the ‘gas’ factor that comes with the beans and legumes (for the baby’s sake). I am glad I found your blog and look forward to reading more. DAF

  • 4. Ashwini Reddy  |  April 15, 2018 at 11:25 am

    Really love your post! I’d definitely follow if you have more posts


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