About Angela Wave Glasser

Angela Wave Glasser has a graduate degree in Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in California. She worked in the mental health field for over ten years. Trained, as a social worker, to advocate for those who cannot advocate for themselves. She had always assumed she would be an advocate for people. But for the last few years she has felt herself drawn towards advocating for another species. "I never imagined that I would want to be an advocate for cows. But that is where I am. I can’t deny it any more. This strange pull – no – burning desire to educate people about the horrors this gentle species has endured at our hands."
1902, 2015

The Reluctant Advocate

By |February 19th, 2015|Food For Thought|0 Comments

I’m a social worker. I’m trained to advocate for people who can’t advocate for themselves. I’ve worked with men, women and children who have been victims of violent crimes. I’ve worked with homeless people, severely mentally ill people, incarcerated people, people with multiple addictions, people who have attempted suicide or are considering suicide, you name […]

406, 2014

How to video of Cashew Cream Cheese

By |June 4th, 2014|Angela's Kitchen - Vegan Recipes|2 Comments

Hi everyone! I’m experimenting with creating videos that showcase some of our favorite foods. Here is a short, how to video for making vegan cashew cream cheese. It is the cheese that is the base for many of the cheeses I make.  Brie, cheddar and Chèvre are just a few of the offspring of this […]

2805, 2014

I could never give up cheese!

By |May 28th, 2014|Angela's Kitchen - Vegan Recipes|1 Comment

Cheese can be one of the hardest things to give up for someone who wants to transition to a plant-based vegan diet. I have often heard from friends, “I’ve got my family weaned from milk but we just can’t give up the cheese”. Giving up cow’s milk is a great start but did you know […]

2103, 2014

The long awaited Savory Oatmeal Post!

By |March 21st, 2014|Angela's Kitchen - Vegan Recipes|5 Comments

This post is a long time coming. I have been making savory oatmeal for my boys for about 3 years. It is adapted from one of my favorite blogs, Happy Healthy Long Life. Whenever I bring this oatmeal to a potluck several people ask for the recipe. I love making a big batch of savory […]

1205, 2013

What’s for dinner?

By |May 12th, 2013|Angela's Kitchen - Vegan Recipes|1 Comment

I’m often asked what my kids eat for dinner since they are vegan. Here is the first of what I hope will be many posts of what Ari and Eli eat and enjoy.
The most difficult meal to prepare for my kids is dinner. The boys will often start complaining that they don’t like dinner on […]

2003, 2013

Easy Peasy Almond Milksy!

By |March 20th, 2013|Angela's Kitchen - Vegan Recipes|2 Comments

We have been buying Eden Soy milk for years along with trying different brands of almond, hemp, coconut and rice milk. I made my own almond milk a few times but didn’t like the time it took to drain it through the cheese cloth. I hate wasting food so I would have almond pulp in […]