A little bit about me:
Namaste! Bonjour! Konichiwa! I would like to personally welcome each and every one of you to my blog! My name is Sangeet, and I am an animal lover, vegan enthusiast, and, most importantly, a food fanatic. I am 16 years old and I attend Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland. I enjoy being active through my profound hobbies such as soccer and dance, learning about new things, and writing-now blogging-about my life experiences. I am excited to be writing this blog, and I can’t wait to delve deeper into exploring veganism with you.
I am a first generation Indian and I was born in California, USA. I’ve endured many moves throughout my life including Princeton, Boston, and, now, DC. Throughout my whole life as a kid I was a vegetarian. Recently in the past few years, I have made the switch over to veganism where I have found happiness and health in a wholesome, plant-based diet which is one that I plan on continuing for the rest of my life.
About this blog:
As the title says, “One Evolutionary Vegan,” will explore the concept of how veganism came to be itself. Yes, we will be creating recipes and eating lots of yummy vegan food, but we will also be talking about the health benefits of veganism from an evolutionary perspective. More importantly, we will be exploring the fundamental questions of veganism: Why were our ancestors vegan? Why are humans biologically programmed to eat a plant-based diet? Why were ancient societies and cultures almost always vegan?
I feel lucky and blessed to have grown up in a culture where vegetarians and vegans are widely embraced and where several food options are available to us. This has, in turn, allowed me to see the benefits of my diet and stick to my diet through thick and thin. Through my journey as a blogger, I will look to share my thoughts and ideas with you while hearing what you have to say. I want to share my story and simultaneously hear yours too. I enjoy connecting with aspiring vegans, vegetarians, and vegans alike and hearing what they have to say. The more we share with each other, the better we can become and we can, in turn, make this world a better place.