Maybe try a black bean burger. Top it with some vegetarian chili and he’ll never miss the “meat” I bet. My brother is a full fledged meat eater and he liked the Lightlife Backyard Grillers. They sell them at Kroger around me. I haven’t tried them because they are not vegan. It can make for a better transition burger to a 100% vegan lifestyle. Also try the Masala Burgers from Trader Joe’s if you can get to one, very yummy and 100% vegan.
Maybe also check out the documentary “Forks Over Knives”. It can offer some help on eliminating his high blood pressure and diabetes through diet alone. It’s a big leap, giving up meat, but it gets easier the longer you go without it. Oh and potatoes are great! So you guys can be full-fledge no meat and potatoes people from now on. Good luck on everything! 🙂
Marilyn, I have now tried the chipboard, double-sided adhesive, glitter, printable silver foil, printable tattoo paper, and adhesive-backed cardstock…and I’m seriously loving them all! But of them all, I’ve now used the adhesive-backed cardstock and double-sided adhesive on multiple projects, so those seem to best suit me and my crafting tendencies. But I also just haven’t had the time to dive into the others yet, and I know they’re going to be just as fun. Ahhh! So much crafting to do, so many fun supplies, so little time. But instead of freaking out about it, I’ll just advise you to consider your upcoming projects or what mediums feel most like YOU. You may want to create cute kraft paper labels for sealing up baked goods or clear sticker paper for labeling glass jars with spices…the possibilities are endless. You know where to find me if you have more specific questions. 🙂