About Sarahfaé

Hi! My name is Sarahfaé
I don’t exactly know what to write here – since I consider myself to be a Sarah-plain-and-tall type of gal (sans the tall part).

Rather than write something wordy and lengthy, I’d rather share some photos with you containing things that are very near and dear to me. 
Sounds fun enough, right?
Okay, lets go…

My husband – or as I'll refer to him here; Mister AtV...
My two pups; Elmer & Lucy:
My two very evil Kittehs; Lola and Flower...
Music – almost every kind.
But on most days you’ll hear Jazz/Standards, Big Band and Classical when I’m at home:
Exercise – mainly running or hiking with a side of Pilates and Yoga…and maybe a little bit of heel clicking (with Mister AtV) thrown into the mix:

Trains...so  much love for trains:

Buster Keaton...so much love for Buster. I even named my dog Elmer after him (it's a long story):
Guilty pleasure reading(shhh!):
I also read these types of books too:
Trying new things (almost always involving food):
Bowling (yep, that's my bowling name and nick name, thanks to my Pop):
…and then of course I enjoy spending lots and lots of time in my kitchen, making stuff like this…
For more info on my love of food jump on over to the "About Addicted to Veggies" page.

Want to know more about me? 
Don't be shy - ask me a question in the comments below, or you can always send me an email.

xoxo,
Sarahfaé - AtV

34 comments:

  1. I love your recipes, very inspiring.

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  2. Your site kicks ass,like minded info by a tattooed chef.

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  3. oh my gosh... i'm a very equal opportunity eater. meaning i'm not vegan, vegetarian, etc, but wow your recipes look amazing! i'll be adding you to my bookmarks!

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    1. Wow! Thank you for the sweet comment, Toy! xo

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  4. I've seen a lot of blogs, Sarahfae. A lot. I must say yours is excellent! Beautiful pictures of beautiful food and a passionate author/cook who is not so into herself as to let that overshadow the reason behind the blog.
    Brava!

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    1. Thank you SO much for this kind comment, Beebee. I'm so glad you're enjoying AtV!
      xoxo
      S

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  5. I've been vegan for about a year and just recently stopped eating gluten. I have always been interested in eating raw, but honestly it also always intimidated me. I just found your blog, which is lovely by the way, and I am so excited to start trying out raw! Thank you for making raw simple and beautiful!

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    1. Thank you so much for this comment, Cat! I'm excited for you and your new food adventures!
      xo-S

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  6. so glad i found you! cheers to another tattoo'd vegan in the healthy food blog world. : )

    your recipes look delicious. can't wait to try the lemon drop cookies!

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    1. Hey Raechel! Thanks so much for this comment! Just checked out your site and I love it! Also - big fan of Bikini Kill/Le Tigre too. ;)
      xo-S

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  7. Hi Sarah; your site is really kool and konsciouzz! My wife and I are moving up to the Nor Cal area soon. Great feeling knowing the Konsciousnezz is Kalling:)

    check out my site: www.kozmickreationz.com

    peace light&love to all beings,
    Cherokee-Tiger~

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  8. Hi Sarah! Being a cattle rancher in Montana, I will always eat a lot of beef. However, I have recently cut dairy and gluten out of my diet and am looking for fun ways to up my veggie intake. Your recipes look amazing! I am so excited to try them all! You are super beautiful, BTW. Keep up the amazing work of blogging your art (food) :)

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    1. Thank you so much for this comment! I'm so glad you're finding recipes to add to your plate, feel free to chime in if you should ever have a recipe request. :)
      -S

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  9. Hi! I heart your blog!!!!!! For sure, you are super funny and your recipes are YUMM-O!! I have a question tho, what kind of food processor do you have?? I looked thru the blog to find out, but never did. :( I have had horrible luck with them, so a recomendation from someone that uses theirs alot(like yourself) would be really helpful! Thanks for all you do!

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    1. Yay! Thank you so much for this sweet comment, happydancer!
      I use an older model Cuisinart 7 cup food processor and I lurve it! I'm dreading the day it kicks the can, but when it does I plan on upgrading to a 9 cup (unless someone from Cuisinart is secretly reading this and wants to gift me a new one!) ;)
      -S

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    2. Thank you for the quick reply! Off I go to find a cuisinart so that I can make all the wonderful staples you have, and then, on to the wonderful recipes!! :) Thanks again for writing such a wonderful blog! You are much appreciated!

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  10. Hi from the UK, I am at work and was browsing the internet during my lunch half hour break when I found your blog. Wow! I became a vegetarian a month ago and have been struggling to find recipes etc - I'm now thinking that I may as well go the whole way and become vegan - I just want to eat all the things you have made!! They all look so colourful and delicious. I have copied out a few things and will endeavour to make them this weekend. I don't suppose you know what measurement a cup would be in the uk? Am so glad I found your blog :) Nikki

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  11. Hi anonymous in the UK. 1 cup is equivalent to 250ml. Hope that helps.

    Cheers from Linnie in New Zealand!

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  12. You are such a beautiful woman and you radiate energy. I am so thankful that I found your site and that you are so generous in sharing them. Can't wait to try your amazing recipe. Thank you.

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  13. I live in mainland Europe where tatoos ar not so popular. I always asked myself what pushes a person to get ink done?

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  14. I love your tattoos Sarah! you're like a raw vegan Kat Von D goddess!!

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  15. I am sold on this site after two minutes because of your awesome cover photo of lines of veges laid across a mirror. So jokes!!~

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  16. I love your site. Beautiful, abundant raw foods beautifully crafted. Thank you.

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  17. I love your site too! Just starting to get into raw food. I have been to a few classes and they were great, the food was easy to recreate...however I am now getting over eating the same meals (about 5 different ones) rotated over 3 weeks, lol! I am in search for new ideas to stimulate my creativity and that is just what your blog is doing! Plus you are so cute =o)

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  18. The personality and spunk of this blog rock! Keep it up! I was starting to get tired of the boring health food blogs I've been reading. Yes, they're very good, but lacking in the unique personality/excitement department. Keep rockin' it!

    Best Wishes,
    Kate

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  19. What a great find. Stumbled across this from Facebook. Keep up the great work.

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  20. I just stumbled onto your site and what a beautiful treat for me! I know everyone is saying thank you but can I just say THANK YOU? My experience with most raw food sites is that they give you just enough information to hook you and then they want to charge you to really learn how to be raw. I kept looking for your store or shopping icon but you are just so generous. I am blown away at the incredible recipes you are willing to share! I will definitely be a frequent looker :)

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  21. i just posted a link on my face book about you ur fab!

    AFRICA ENGO

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  22. I'm so glad that I found this site! I especially love the 'retro to raw' part. I have been vegan for a while but recently started experimenting more with raw food, so your blog has helped a lot!
    I always like to connect with fellow bloggers- especially ones who share my interests

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  23. Thank you for your amazing and inspiring recipes! My life took a big u-turn just before last christmas and i was in desperate need for more raw, clean, nourshing food. found your awesome blog and have been doing many of your recipes for a while now. they are incredible. i bring my lunch to work almost 80% of the time now, and all my workmates are always excited to see what i've made for the day. and it has inspired so many others. thank you so much! i appreciate you!

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  24. Thank you for being you and for sharing so much. Your recipes, writing and style are wonderful. I very much appreciate your work - thank you thank you thank you!

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  25. LOVE your blogs+veggie power I feel feel:-) what was the reason to go vegan/vegetarian? do you still eat cheese?

    I am vegetarian/pescatarian myself for over 17 years;I eat fish/seafood only occasionally!

    sunny smiles+warm thanks!

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  26. Miss you, Sarahfae!!!

    Hope all is well.

    Eileen from Illinois

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