My niece's step sister moved here a year ago in January, and she's vegan. I simply pull her off to the side and tell her what's all right to eat. Thankgiving and Christmas will be interesting, to say the least. I'm up for the challenge.
I make vegan baked goodies all the time mainly due to various family food allergies (still...). I just simply tell who's allergic to whatever allergin it is, it isn't in the baked goody. (i.e. There's no eggs, soy, gluten, or dairy in these cupcakes/cookies/brownies/etc.) If I forget and take them to someone else's house and they're vegan--I convenietly forget to mention that until after everything is eaten.Originally Posted by PTree15
Jessickah, I have a friend who refuses to even try my baked vegan goodies (which people have complimented me on numerous times, not even really knowing they were vegan goodies) because of preconceived notions. Close-minded doesn't even come close to describing her when it comes to this, lol. I'm sorry you are going through this. It is indeed very frustrating. I have a handful of people who would go to a vegan place with me, but most of the time, I go alone. By the way, is the Blackbird Pizzeria that you went to the one in Philly? I miss that place so much since I moved back up north.