On another note, being vegan is important to me. It is a choice I have made, and I do completely believe in it. However, it is for health reasons that I have made the choice. It is not a religion, and I am not bound to it. I have explained to my children that being vegan is important, but it is not more important than enjoying life. I do let my children eat food that is not vegan on occasion, just like any parent would let their child eat "junk" in moderation. Birthday parties, Halloween parties, at their friends house, when someone brings them food, etc. I am not a hardcore vegan, and I do not claim to be. I can admire people who are, and I think that's great - but I'm here to tell you that is not the case with my family. I only buy vegan groceries, and I only pack vegan lunches and snacks. In doing so, I can feel very comfortable that by far the majority of what they eat is vegan. That is good enough for me. I don't want them so conscious of food choices that they miss a good time, because they are alienated by their diet. A healthy diet is key to a long, happy life - but if you're not happy, what is the point of a long, healthy life? Moderation. Always in moderation.
She loves tofu dogs, with apple slices and peanut butter as a side!