Okay, I succumbed to the tiny house craze. As much as I loved my house in Atlanta with it’s fabulous kitchen, I became more in love with the concept of being able to live anywhere at any time. Inspired by the tiny house phenomenon, but with the need to be mobile (beaches to mountains all across the country), I bought myself a Class A diesel RV. This wasn’t my first RV, but it’s my first full-time RV. Bye-bye, ATL!
The question many people asked me was “how are you going to stay 95% Vegan” (with almost no counter space, a two burner induction stove, and a combination microwave/convection oven)? Granted, it was challenging in the beginning, but with a little help from The Container Store and Amazon, I am now knocking out those yummy recipes almost daily!
If you are a 95% Vegan Dieter considering a tiny house scenario, I have a few tips for you. For today, I will just share that you may want to consider digitalizing your cookbooks – you just won’t have the space nor the weight capacity to take all of your books with you. Although not all of my vegan cookbooks are available in digital format, these favorites of mine are available for your Kindle (or iPad with a Kindle app): Veganomicon, Vegan Chocolate, The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook, NYC Vegan, Artisan Vegan Cheese, The Joy of Vegan Baking, Kansha, N’ice Cream, The Vegan Air Fryer, The Superfun Times Vegan Holiday Cookbook, Vegan Celebrations, Asian Vegan Air-Fry, and Vegan Mexico.
Don’t get me wrong – it has been a loooong process to get where I am today with my tiny house. Mostly, it was the painful downsizing process that took the longest. But now that I am chugging along, I can most definitely save you some time by sharing my key learnings from the experience. In my next blog, I will be sharing the 10 appliances I wouldn’t be without in my tiny house. Please let me know if you have any specific questions – I will be happy to answer them!
Going tiny in 2018,