A new tote design! This one is currently available at Need Supply Co., which is pretty cool, and is also available in our shops (here and here).
"Vu de l'extérieur" is the name of a Serge Gainsbourg album and song (not one that I'm particularly enamoured with, to be honest!), and because Gainsbourg never wrote a single phrase that ever had a single meaning (that's an exaggeration, but not by much), it can mean either "seen from the exterior" or "exterior view." The background image is a detail from a Victorian era photo of a mountain, from our collection of old photographs.
ETA: I guess my French is much worse than it used to be, because it was pointed out below that it doesn't mean "exterior view" without an 'e' at the end of 'vu.' So. "Seen from the exterior."
We might offer this one as a print as well, because Geoff printed one on paper for a friend and we thought it looked pretty nice (and fit perfectly into an inexpensive Ikea frame).
Oh! If you'd like to have the chance to win one of our totes and a few other sweet treats, visit Molten Store and sign up for their newsletter for a chance to win. Good luck!
a day with kate: Mm, yes, although I am learning to prefer almond milk (it's happening).
neonfoxtongue: I just bought that almond butter, and on sale. Hilarious.
april: Ahhhh, I know! That's one of the main reasons why I stay away from food blogs. They make me crazy.
mackenzie: Yes, same here! You know something is effective if it inspires me to do something in the kitchen (I hate cooking, I hate recipes, etc., but I love to eat, so go figure).
Caitlin Rose: Seriously so easy, once you have the proper bag (tried it with a coffee filter and the results were not so great).
katie merchant / thank you, ok: The cutest!
becka: I hope you got to try it! KUA is the best. I think I've seen every episode.
Michelle: I hadn't heard of oat until you mentioned it, but now I'm curious!
erin: I'm glad!
C: I hope it worked out for you, or that it will. I was so surprised to discover how easy it really was.
la femme: Me too!
in dreams: Yeah, I can't drink much cow's milk anymore, which is probably for the best as it helps me avoid so many foods that I really don't need to be eating. It really is that easy!
amy, Sean : The lady of the house speaking!
Jaclyn: Thanks, Jaclyn.
pushups with polish: Agreed! I wish more coffee shops agreed (I don't like soy milk either).
carissa: Yes, dates! That is a genius idea. I went out and bought some dates after I read your comment.
amy w - over and under: It's the sweetest!
Elise: Thanks for the link! I always love finding new veg-blogs. I hope the milk-making worked out for you.
aloÿse: Très simple!
rae, Miss Cris: I'm glad you enjoyed! It's a great blog.
P R I M O E Z A: I hope it works out for you. I know how hard it can be (also trying to cut down/cut out dairy, don't like soy, etc.). I don't even drink that much milk but I like almond milk in my tea and coffee, and I can't drink them black.
Sarah B: Hi Sarah! Thanks so much for saying hello! I love your blog, and I'm so happy you read mine. So crazy! Thanks for your beautiful, inspiring blog -- I can't wait to try more recipes from it (I have my eye on those raw brownies). Thank you! xoxo
Ashley: Oh, thanks for the tip! I didn't find it to be too bitter but I'm always willing to try something different. I'm glad you liked the blog too.
hila: I hope you like it. It might be an acquired taste, but I liked it right away. I guess it depends on how attached on is to cow's milk. Oh the Hyacinths of the world! Sadly they are numerous.
blorange dice: That's so nice of you! I hope she well enjoy it.