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Fathers’ Day Ideas with the California Wine Club

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You know what is unquestionably Vegan and that is appreciated as a gift for almost any holiday throughout the year? The answer is, of course, WINE! Whether you’re a red wine aficionado, whether you love the white, or whether you appreciate any quality wine and love to try new wines, sampling the selections from excellent vineyards, especially those unknown bottles that pleasantly surprise.

But where to find great wine selections, with little risk of being saddled with wines that you would not wish on your meat-eating acquaintances? The answer is quite simple.

For almost three decades, the California Wine Club has been helping artisan vintners share their small-batch wines with wine lovers who otherwise would not know of them. These wines are produced in limited amounts and for the most part are available no where else but at the artisan winery itself. But the California Wine Club has through their Premier Wine Series brought the availability of such wines to wine lovers across the country, featuring a different winery each month. This wine adventure provided by the California Wine Club’s Premier Series is unique as it provides two award-winning wines each month, shipped direct to members, along with details and tasting notes on the wines, wine tips and insight to California’s wine scene.

The California Wine Club’s Premier Series Club offers your choice of one Red and one White, two bottles of the Red selection or two bottles of the While selection, delivered every month, every other month, or once per quarter.

Membership also includes a Personal Wine Consultant and savings of up to 50% off normal retail prices on reorders, and there are no hidden fees and members mat cancel at any time.

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The Oozy, Greasy Grilled American Cheese Sandwich, Vegan Style

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Before becoming Vegan, I was never a really big cheese fan. I loved nice melty mozzarella, like on a pizza or in parmesan dishes, and parmesan topped onto dishes like stuffed bell peppers. I liked cottage cheese, and lasagna with these other cheeses and ricotta, but not too much else. Follow Your Heart American Cheese Style Cheese AlternativeAny stronger cheese, like jack, cheddar, feta, goat, blue etc., literally made me sick. But, what I liked most of all, was plain, bland to most, basically processed, American cheese, and I loved nothing more than a greasy, oozy, crisp on top and soft in the middle, Grilled American Cheese sandwich.

Vegan cheeses have been problematic for me. For my first few years, most I found possessing all of the bad elements of “real” cheese, and none of the good. But lately, Vegan cheeses have gotten much better, and there is a place near home that has really good Vegan “mozzarella” on their pizza, and Gardein has an excellent pepperoni pizza pocket with their version of mozzarella as well.

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Vegan Options in Las Vegas

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Along with MrsHound, I spent a full week in Las Vegas earlier this month, the longest single amount of time I’d ever spent there, certainly since becoming vegan, on a single trip. I was there for the annual Affiliate Summit West business conference, Affiliate Marketing’s biggest yearly

get-together featuring somewhere over 5,700 participants. We arrived on Saturday, Jan. 9 and the conference ended Tuesday the 12th. We had intended to return home the next morning, but for various reasons that developed, we decided to stay a few more days, until the following Saturday morning. Thus we were faced with the need for many additional food options that we were not anticipating.

Having been to Las Vegas several times since becoming vegan, we did know of a few excellent places for some of our meals, but we were able to add to our list of eateries that were more than accommodating to our vegan needs.
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