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I am Melissa, a Boston transplant living in Dallas, Texas. Welcome to my blog! My husband Marcus and I are very into eating and living as healthy as possible to set a good example for our girls, Meadow (3) and Olive (2). I have been a vegetarian for 16 years, but in May of 2012, …
  • Wholetarian Society

    Melissa and her husband Marcus are very into eating and living as healthy as possible. My whole Food Life website is their family's journey into healthy eating and living. Melissa has been a vegetarian for 16 years, but in May of 2012, she and her husband both became vegan. They also eat almost no processed foods and processed sugars which qualifies them as Wholetarian. Her blog is not really about being vegan, it’s more about adapting a healthier lifestyle in what ever way that may be.

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