Month: September 2014

Social Media

I do not have any social media in relation to just this blog (since it is only a week old) but I do have personal social media sites that people are welcome to follow me on.



Crispy Lentil Fritters

I have over a dozen cookbooks, including Eat Vegan on $4 a Day, but mainly get inspiration/recipes from The Internet. Pinterest and Tumblr specifically. These two sites have helped me find some amazing affordable and easy recipes to make.


Favorite Sites

When I first went vegan three years ago, the first thing I did was take to Facebook and ask if anyone had good websites to check out for recipes. My old nanny, who has been vegan for at least seven years, immediately linked me to Post Punk Kitchen. Isa Chandra Moskowitz is hands down one of my favorite food bloggers and author. I have not tried making her dishes with a budget in mind but I’m sure some recipes can be made with low budget ingredients.


Initial Searches

I did some research before I created this blog. I wanted to see what happened when I searched “vegan college student” on Google. Over a million results popped up. The top search was from under their “college” section. It discusses a few things like steps on becoming vegan and cooking (something I feel is number one priority for students).



Hello! As mentioned in the “About” section of this blog, I’m Sophia Redfern. I’m about to start my third year at University of California Santa Cruz (go slugs!) and am double majoring in History of Art & Visual Culture and Literature. I am 20 years old and live in lovely Santa Cruz with my wonderful boyfriend, Carlos, and our fantastic roommate, Jared. I have been vegan for 3 years and counting. I do not consume any sort of animal product, wear animal products, or use products that have been tested on animals or contain animal ingredients.