This post was a long time coming. The proof? My baby Groot now has more little leaf buds coming out of it!
If you’re hoping to go dairy-free in St. Lucia, let me give you the spoiler alert first: You’ll be just fine. If you’re looking for more detail, read on! I have a long list of destinations I’ve been wanting to blog about. Every time I travel, a big part of my planning involves where I […]
I’m really not sure why all the products I’ve felt like reviewing have been yogurts lately, but my boyfriend bought me this one, so I suppose we can blame him for this review. Here’s why I think the dairy-free Oui by Yoplait vanilla yogurt is very worth a try.
I tried Vega Yogurt so you don’t have to My review for Vega yogurt is going to be short, but it’s important to share. Ever since I started living dairy-free, I’ve thrown away far too much money on products that aren’t any good. Frozen pizzas I wish I could wipe from my memory. Cream cheeses […]
Before I even arrive at a new location on a trip, I’ve already planned out what I want to eat. Maybe it’s neurotic, maybe it’s over-the-top, but one of my favorite things about going to some new place (or someplace I don’t get to go to often) is that I get to try exciting new […]
Beerline Cafe is a great, relatively new restaurant in Milwaukee that you’ll want to visit again and again. I know this because it happened to me. In the span of a couple weeks, I visited Beerline Cafe four times. What can I say? It’s a great place to meet friends. It’s great for people who […]
Now that I’m back writing more regular posts, I’ve made it my goal to review more dairy-free products. One of the reasons I started Dairy-Free State is because I didn’t want people to waste their money on products that didn’t taste good, like I had to for years. I also realized I didn’t have any […]
Hello, dear readers of Dairy-Free State! After quite a bit of radio (blog?) silence, I am back with more content, more reviews, more recipes, more everything! First up, a review of Blooming Lotus, a relatively new Milwaukee bakery. I hope you missed me because I sure missed regularly posting.
(photo credit: Jesse Egan) It is once again canning season, and I’m so happy to see it come around again! This year, our plans include canning strawberries, peaches, cherries, and apples, with the possibility of adding blueberries into the mix. Last summer we got a crate of peaches from Tree-Ripe and made peach jam, among […]