Hi! I’m Molly Wilkof. I live in Brooklyn, NY and I think you’re pretty cute. Welcome to my world of vegetarian and vegan recipes. Stay awhile, will you? You will. I locked the internet doors. From the outside.
This little blog of mine is devoted to my recipes/ramblings/sarcasm commonly associated with a high-protein, low-carb vegetarian lifestyle. I really want more people – vegans and vegetarians especially – to know the goodness of eating well. I’m not one of those preachy vegetarians or vegans – I don’t eat meat because I think it tastes gross. But I do know that the no-meat thing can be a slippery slope to the omg-is-that-a-cookie-and/or-an-entire-loaf-of-bread-I-can-call-a-meal thing for a lot of vegetarians. And that totally sucks. Vegetarians can be strong, fit, healthy, and happy without the old carb crutch. But you know like, using some baguettes as crutches would be pretty fun maybe.
Food fascinates me. I’m that weirdo on the subway reading that weirdo book about some weirdo history of food. But I am not that weirdo who forgot to put pants on. Oh the subway. (I’m so New York, right? I knooooowwww.)
Now let me tell you about the things I love. Because these are important things that you should know. And also because ME ME ME ME ME. On with the show!
I love my dog. He’s cute, sleepy, and a little dumb.
I love my hair. It’s real unreal red. And I take a lot of pictures of me wearing various silly things.
I love baking. The weirder, vegan-er, or healthier the better. Maybe even all three sometimes.
I love working out mainly for the subsequent protein snacking.
I’ve never met a vegetable I didn’t like. They have mixed feelings for me.
I love peanut butter. I put it in everything. You don’t have to. But you should.
And I love crustless quiche. What’s not to love about a crustless quiche?
Nothing to not love.