educating folx on food accessibility + plant-based living.
learn how to shop, cook and thrive as a vegan with a limited budget!
Eatyodestiny is a Queer, Womxn of Color-owned business that provides resources to help those seeking to live a plant-based lifestyle. Eatyodestiny amplifies the voices and highlights the experiences of marginalized communities and their allies. Here, you will learn how to eat nutritious, delicious plant-based foods, shop without breaking the bank and cook simple vegan meals using few ingredients.
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Destiny makes me feel included in the fun of making tasty vegan food for myself. I love her grocery haul videos because I love grocery shopping on a budget. She makes being vegan accessible for us Latinas with her realness, openness, adventurous spirit as well as calling out what can be misleading or hurtful from the culture of “wellness” for us Brown folk on a budget. She also talks about systemic problems in the community and does what she can to fight against them! Destiny is also accepting. As someone who is plant-based but still eats meat sometimes, Destiny never shames me or others for living our lives the way we want. She’s definitely my kind of people.
I like Destiny's ideas for saving money while being vegan. She's suggested stores that I've never considered before, like Aldi or the Dollar Store.
It's amazing to see Destiny explore accessible vegan options and give a refreshing perspective. She has inspired me to keep things simple and budget while still making delicious food. She's always advocating for BIPOC and is against white veganism.
Destiny helped me learn where to shop for "special ingredients" like black salt and other spices at Indian/Asian grocery stories.
Thank you, Destiny! Following you on social media def helped me take that final step. You're so relatable, vegan on a budget and you're from The Bronx!! Thank you!