Devin Ellsworth


Subscribe To The Blog

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.


  • An Open Letter to All Restauranteurs, from a Vegan.

    July 25th, 2017 To Whom It May Concern, Hi. I’m Devin. I’m a vegan. We probably haven’t met, but I bet you already have a lot of preconceived notions about […]

  • What It’s Like To Have Vegan Friends

    You may or may not know that I just recently moved to San Francisco, California from Washington, D.C. I made the drive with my Dad last week and you can […]

  • What It’s Like To Drive Across The South As A Vegan

    Memphis has great vegan food. Seven days ago my father and I loaded up a Dodge Minivan with all of my worldly possessions and we set off across the country, […]

  • Low-Carb is Healthy? Low-Fat is Unhealthy??

    Talking about diets in terms of their macronutrient ratios is very popular. It’s also popular in scientific studies. I can’t tell you how many diet studies I read where they […]

  • 3 Super Cheap Vegan Meals Easy Prep

    I’ve gone through periods of my life where I haven’t had the best or most reliable access to a kitchen. Sometimes — like when I was climbing Mount Chirripo in […]

  • Go Vegan This Friday for Earth Day!

    Friday is Earth Day. I say it every single year. I say it every single year because it is that important, that staggering, and sadly still that unknown. Going vegan […]

  • Grass-Fed Cows WORSE for Environment than Industrial

    Let’s do a quick thought experiment. Why do two different products have different prices? What determines the price of a thing? How about we make it more specific. Take chocolate. […]

  • Fake Cheese: Your Last Hold Out is Crumbling

    Years before I went vegan I was vegetarian, and for the longest time my last major holdout was cheese. The stuff is admittedly delicious. And even though I knew it […]

  • You Will Quit Your Diet

    Learning a new habit isn’t easy. It takes time, and various stages. The goal of any new habit is to get to the “maintenance” phase. That’s the point where everything […]