Thanks so much for visiting! I know whenever I check out a new blog, I like to see what can be learned about the writer; what they’re all about, what their story is, and why they do what they do. It really helps to create a feeling of connection and an understanding for who that person is. If you’re the same way, then please read my story below. If you have any questions for me, please email me at Audrey@AudreyDunham.com . Thanks again for stopping by!
For as long as I can remember I have loved food! Growing up, every single birthday and holiday gathering felt special because it meant making delicious food and enjoying it with my family. But as I grew older, I realized I had an equal love and passion for being physically active and feeling fit. I was involved in many sports and activities, and even became a fitness competitor in my twenties.
After leaving the competitive fitness world with its strict, low carb / high animal protein diet plans, I found and fell in love with the vegan lifestyle. On this new path, I was able to eat so many delicious and colorful (high carb) foods, and amazingly became healthier than ever, too! Once I made this discovery I knew I had to share it with the world, which is why I started this blog. My goal is to help others learn how to quickly and easily prepare crave-worthy vegan meals and treats that the whole family will enjoy, so they can experience this glorious way of eating, too!
Once I made food my focus, I took it and ran! Over the past ten years, I’ve fully immersed myself in all things food, and have had many culinary-related adventures. I earned a plant-based nutrition certificate through eCornell, spent a week training at the Culinary Institute of America, started this blog as well as a Youtube Channel where I share my vegan recipes, filmed a Food Network show with my husband Jeff, and launched Peanut’s Bake Shop, a line of decadent vegan and gluten free cookie mixes. During this time I even gave birth to, and am now raising, our fun and crazy twin boys, Jack and James!
So, that’s me in a nutshell – thanks for reading! I hope you enjoy my recipes; each and every one is and has been a great joy to create. Happy cooking – (and eating!)