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This Rawesome Vegan Life

25 posts in the feed.

Em's a talented raw food creator who's passionate about sharing life-giving food. Inventive raw desserts frequent her blog but don't miss her tasty main courses, rawesome appetizers, and juicing combos - that are pure eye candy!

    Hey, guuuuys. How are you doing? Are you doing this cleanse with me and my partner? If so, how's it going for you? We are both feeling really good, but also looking forward to eating solids again on Sunday. One of the best things about giving up solid food for awhile is that when I am finished, I have a renewed passion for chomping! I am SO EXCITED (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 8:15pm       

    Sorry I didn't have time to post yesterday about the liquid cleanse and how it's going. I am feel physically okay, but I think I am emotionally detoxing right now. I've been in a strange mood since I got out of bed, and I slept for a long time. I was taking the bus home in the rain, but decided to get off and walk because I loved the feeling of (...more)
    16 Apr 2014 at 6:04pm       

    Hey, guys. How's your day going? If you are doing this liquid cleanse with me, how are you feeling? If you haven't joined in the liquid feasting yet - jump on in! We're on day three of seven and I am doing terrific. I'm jamming to this amazing mix right now and it has got me in the best mood. I wanna go dance. Alas, I have my final exam for archaeology (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 7:40pm       

    Hello, lovelies! I hope you're having a fantastic day; I definitely am. The liquid feast is going swell (but in any case life can't really be bad when you're listening to this). I've had decent energy levels all day. Actually... as I was typing that I remembered I woke up at 7 am today - an hour earlier than normal - because I couldn't lie still (...more)
    13 Apr 2014 at 10:03pm       

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  • Vegenista

    1 posts in the feed.

    I love to cook vegetarian & vegan foods, bake vegan cupcakes, goodies & treats, hit up the local markets for beautiful organic produce, dine in restaurants that serve unique veggie fare, & shop for eco & veg friendly products & document it here!

  • Friday Faves: Yuzen Beauty Box
    Hi. Happy Friday! I’ve got a fun little Friday Faves review for you today! I am absolutely in LOVE with the Yuzen Beauty Box & can’t wait to tell you all about it! But first, it’s no secret that I am a lover of beauty products, eco-conscious & cruelty-free to be precise. The beauty industry has...  Read More » (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 6:26pm       

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  • Corey Wrenn

    100 posts in the feed.

    Corey Lee Wrenn is an Adjunct Professor of Liberal Arts and a graduate instructor and PhD student of Sociology. Her research focuses include social movement theory and nonhuman animal rights activism. She regularly blogs on animal rights issues and interviews activists.

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  • 'Beasts of Burden' was an Influential Vegan-Socialist Text
    By Jon Hochschartner Beasts of Burden was an influential vegan-socialist pamphlet, first published in late 1999 by Antagonism Press. It's authorship remains a mystery, so far as I'm aware. The text is written using the pronoun, 'we,' but of course that does not necessarily mean the pamphlet was a collaborative project. (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 2:40pm       

  • Are Animals Part of the Working Class?
    By Jon Hochschartner Horses so often died from exhaustion, their bodies were left to rot in the streets of major cities Vegan socialist Jason Hribal's challenge to anthropocentric leftism, from a 2003 issue of the academic journal Labor History, in which Hribal attempted to redefine the proletariat to include animals, (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 2:01pm       

  • Carpenter was Fabian Animal Advocate
    By Jon Hochschartner Edward Carpenter was a socialist and early gay-rights activist, who practiced prefigurative vegetarianism and advocated on behalf of animals. It should be said that Carpenter's brand of socialism, Fabianism, was despised by many revolutionaries of his era, such as Leon Trotsky, who regarded it as overly (...more)
    16 Apr 2014 at 1:20pm       

  • Make Your Reservations! Vegan Cuisine in Jeffery Dahmer's Murder House
    No, you can't actually eat vegan cuisine in Dahmer's home . . . but yes, this is for real.  And, I'm sure no one is surprised to learn that PETA is behind the stunt. Per usual, PETA cashes in on horrific human tragedies to draw attention to violence against animals.  In doing so, they effectively alienate veganism from the (...more)
    15 Apr 2014 at 3:26pm       

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  • Choosing Raw

    10 posts in the feed.

    Nutritionist, doctor-to-be, blogger, raw foods enthusiast, and vegan. Champion of a healthy and compassionate lifestyle.

  • A Little News
    Guys, I have a little news. I wrote a book, and it’s coming out on June 24th. Some backstory: in spite of the fact that the publication date is fast approaching, this book has been a long time coming. I sold the proposal toward the end of the orgo bio year of my post-bacc, with […] (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 1:14pm       

  • Power Up Salad with Baby Kale, Quinoa, Blueberries and Walnuts
    On Sunday, amid 82 degree weather and the first few whispers of DC summer humidity, nothing could have felt more right than this bright, flavorful, and green salad. It features lots of my favorite things, including blueberries, toasted walnuts, and tender baby kale. The kale in this case was brought to me by the folks […] (...more)
    15 Apr 2014 at 2:59pm       

  • Weekend Reading, 4.13.14
    Happy Sunday, everyone. Thank you for welcome Tess’ glorious chai rice pudding to the blog with so much warmth and enthusiasm. I hope you’ll check out her book! I just returned from a weekend in NYC, visiting my mom and seeing friends. Here’s what I gazed at on my bus ride home. I’m drooling over […] (...more)
    13 Apr 2014 at 4:35pm       

  • Chai Rice Pudding From THE BLENDER GIRL Cookbook
    I’m super excited about today’s sweet and scrumptious recipe. It’s a chai rice pudding that’s full of dried fruit, spices, maple syrup, and hearty brown rice. It makes for a perfectly healthy dessert, or–if you’re in the mood for something rich and celebratory–a great breakfast dish, too. The recipe comes to (...more)
    12 Apr 2014 at 12:10pm       

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  • Eating Plants

    10 posts in the feed.

    James McWilliams is "a historian and writer who's books include Just Food: Where Locavores Get It Wrong, How We Can Truly Eat Responsibly and A Revolution in Eating: How the Quest for Food Shaped America. My writing on food, agriculture, and animals has appeared in the New York Times, Harper’s, The Washington Post, Slate, Forbes, Travel and Leisure, The Los Angeles Times, The International Herald Tribune, The Christian Science Monitor, and The Texas Observer."

  • The Craven Cliven Hoedown
    Cliven Bundy is either the smartest or dumbest gaucho on the range. Here’s his claim to fame: he mooched 20 years’ worth of grazing fees from the Bureau of Land Management and, when the BLM moved in to settle up, he tapped a populist-prone and hardware-wielding posse to protect his clean $1 million in unpaid dues. [...] (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 12:27pm       

  • The Economics of Animal Welfare
    Pistol v. Poleax: a Handbook on Humane Slaughter was published in London in 1932. The book's opening line explains, “If there is one quality in the British character which is so ingrained as to be almost universal, it is love of animals and hatred of unnecessary cruelty.” This sentiment underscores the book's 500+ page effort [...] (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 6:15am       

  • Hunting and Hate Speech
    Language– in particular the ability to harness it’s power to tell stories—is arguably a phenomenon that makes us unique as humans. Whether or not this ability confers upon us special moral status is a topic of debate, but as as I see it, while the ability to forge narratives enriches life in an essential way, [...] (...more)
    16 Apr 2014 at 11:45am       

  • The Tyranny of TED
    The Food Movement—in its fervent quest to revive nonindustrial animal farming as a “humane” alternative to industrial agriculture—follows an increasingly tyrannical TED talk script to reach the mainstream. In instructing consumers to pay more to support animals who are killed after being loved, it accomplishes the very TED-like (...more)
    16 Apr 2014 at 4:53am       

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  • The Thinking Vegan

    10 posts in the feed.

    Gary Smith is The Thinking Vegan. The blog’s philosophical bent is abolitionism and liberationism, which does not support any use of animals.

  • Vegan athlete Rob Bigwood: ‘Uneducated, arrogant, selfish people hide behind their keyboards'
    I was surprised to find myself enthralled by Game of Arms. Not only was it well shot, but the storylines were engaging and showed the humanity of the athletes. When the show featured Rob Bigwood as part of his New York arm wrestling team Arms Control, they didn't shy away from Rob's veganism, in fact they portrayed it very fairly. It also (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 10:56am       

  • Vegan Passover: honoring all those enslaved
    Around this time of year four years ago, I had a discussion of Passover with a group of friends who are, like myself, Jewish and vegan. The discussion centered around how difficult it can be to attend seders where the dinner table is littered with the body parts of nonhuman animals. Being vegan, we not only abstain from eating meat, dairy and eggs, (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 10:19am       

  • Make us food: Chef Tigre
    We thank Chef Tigre for helping us debut a new feature, “Make us food,” in which chefs, cookbook authors, and other food industry professionals cook for us, discuss their work, and their activism. Late last year, to celebrate the Los The post Make us food: Chef Tigre appeared first on The Thinking Vegan. (...more)
    9 Apr 2014 at 4:58pm       

  • Attention Thinking Vegans: Free Money for Animal Activism and Outreach
    Grants for animal activism: $1000 to fund, start, or expand efforts to make the world better for animals. The post Attention Thinking Vegans: Free Money for Animal Activism and Outreach appeared first on The Thinking Vegan. (...more)
    26 Feb 2014 at 8:59am       

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  • One Green Planet

    35 posts in the feed.

    "One Green Planet is your online guide to making conscious choices that help people, animals and the planet.

    Our goal is to cut through the green noise and provide high quality resources, tools and experiences that will empower you to improve your health, protect the environment and change the lives of animals.

    It's time to radically disrupt the way we eat, buy and think. Join us, and unleash your green monster!"

  • Rescue Dog and Adorable Baby are Matching Besties (PHOTOS)
    Zoey and Jasper are becoming quite the popular duo as adorable pictures of the two wearing matching outfits recently became viral. (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 8:55am       

  • How to Save $100 and Save the Planet from Deforestation
    Making conscious decisions as a consumer is not only beneficial to the planet, but it can save you some serious cash. (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 8:55am       

  • 5 Awesome Rescue Groups Helping Former Lab Animals
    Here are 5 rescue groups making a difference in the lives of former lab animals. (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 8:54am       

  • Victory! 11 States That Have Shut Down Ag-Gag Bills and How They Did It
    To inspire you to fight ag-gag bills in your state, here is a list of states that have already stopped these bills from passing and just how they did it. (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 8:54am       

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  • Carrie On Vegan

    10 posts in the feed.

    Carrie Forrest is a graduate student in public health nutrition, blog author and creator of the recipe app, Vegan Delish. As a cancer survivor, she is keenly aware of the health benefits of a whole foods, plant-based diet. Carrie has been vegan since 2010 based on her love for animals and a commitment to making the world a more compassionate place.

  • Healthy Holiday Dessert Recipes
    Happy Friday and happy almost Easter to those who are celebrating this weekend. I’m still in the midst of a crisis at home with my refrigerator being out, but the repairman is supposedly coming later today and I couldn’t be more excited to get everything put back together. I believe now more than ever that […] (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 8:49am       

  • My Fridge Died So I Made Chia Breakfast Pudding
    Oh hey, how are you? I'm okay except for the fact that my refrigerator died last night. Yep, that's right. A fridge full of homemade foods, expensive nut butters, and fresh produce went kaput just like that. Here was the scene: Alan: The refrigerator is making a weird noise and seems to be getting warmer. […] (...more)
    15 Apr 2014 at 3:58pm       

  • Oven-Baked Kale Chips
    Spring has arrived in California which means the addition of some extra farmers' markets, including one of my favorites at a local beach: I know, as if I needed another reason to go to the market. On this trip, I ended up with a big bunch of curly kale which just screamed kale chips to […] (...more)
    13 Apr 2014 at 8:38am       

  • The End of Dieting Review & Giveaway
    Dr. Joel Fuhrman has just released a new book titled The End of Dieting and I’m thrilled to host a giveaway for a free copy (note: I was also sent one by the publisher for review): As my longtime readers know, I first became acquainted with Dr. Fuhrman’s plant-based dietary approach back in late 2010. […] (...more)
    9 Apr 2014 at 1:40pm       

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  • Glue and Glitter

    10 posts in the feed.

    Becky Striepe is a freelance writer whose website blends her passions for crafting, food, and green living. Her one-of-a-kind website looks at these topics through an eco-vegan lens and will keep you entertained with a variety of posts.

  • Basil-Grapefruit Vodka Gimlet: A 3-Ingredient Friday Cocktail!
    A traditional vodka gimlet uses lime juice to cut the booze. This version features grapefruit instead plus a dash of herbal goodness. The post Basil-Grapefruit Vodka Gimlet: A 3-Ingredient Friday Cocktail! appeared first on Glue and Glitter - Vegan Recipes & Crafts by Becky Striepe. (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 7:00am       

  • 11 Vegan Asparagus Recipes + New Vegan Search Engine!
    It's asparagus season! Check out these yummy vegan asparagus recipes to make the most of this springtime superstar. The post 11 Vegan Asparagus Recipes + New Vegan Search Engine! appeared first on Glue and Glitter - Vegan Recipes & Crafts by Becky Striepe. (...more)
    15 Apr 2014 at 7:00am       

  • How to Make a Bee Habitat out of Scrap Wood
    Bees are an important part of a healthy garden, and this bee habitat along with bee-friendly plants basically turns your backyard into a spot with free room and board for bees. The post How to Make a Bee Habitat out of Scrap Wood appeared first on Glue and Glitter - Vegan Recipes & Crafts by Becky Striepe. (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 9:00am       

  • Construction is over! Let's toast again! #lml
    Two weeks without a Friday Cocktail! I've missed my weekly cocktail-making, but living without a kitchen for 10 days was so worth the heartache. The post Construction is over! Let’s toast again! #lml appeared first on Glue and Glitter - Vegan Recipes & Crafts by Becky Striepe. (...more)
    11 Apr 2014 at 7:00am       

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  • Chic Vegan

    10 posts in the feed.

    "Chic Vegan was created in 2008 as a place for women to keep up to date on new cruelty free fashions. It has since become an extravaganza of fashion, cosmetics, self-improvement, diet, eco-love and many, many other things."

  • Book Review: Mayim's Vegan Table
    Friendly.  That's that first word that comes to my mind when I think of describing Mayim's Vegan Table: More Than 100 Great-Tasting and Healthy Recipes from My Family to Yours, the new cookbook by Mayim Bialik (with Dr. Jay Gordon).  I read this book from cover to cover, as I always do with cookbooks, and [&hellip (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 3:00am       

  • Review And Recipe: The Vegg Hash Brown Egg Muffin Cups
    I have not had eggs in many, many years. One of the big things going from a flaky vegetarian 13 years ago to a true vegetarian and then becoming vegan is giving up things I used to enjoy. The fun of giving up those things? Figuring out how to relive some of my favorite food [&hellip (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 3:00am       

  • Vegan Couturier Mme Tammam And Her Sustainable Art Competition
    Bonjour Chic Vegans! For my first post on this fabulous site I'd like to let you all know about  a competition we are hosting at Atelier Tammam. I have been looking for artwork for the walls of my bijoux showroom in Bloomsbury for months, but nothing was working for me, I wanted something that would [&hellip (...more)
    16 Apr 2014 at 3:00am       

  • Product Review: Beurre Shea Butter Skincare Products
    I recently had the opportunity to sample a number of shea butter based skincare products from Beurre.  In short, I loved them!  Read on to find out more about each one. Essentiel This is Beurre’s line of shea butter body creams.  It comes in a variety of fragrances: Vanilla, Lavender, Sage, Lemongrass, and Unscented.  I [&hellip (...more)
    15 Apr 2014 at 3:00am       

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  • VegNews Daily

    20 posts in the feed.

    Daily bites of news from the the award-winning vegan magazine.

  • VegNews Exclusive: Top Tips for An All-Star Vegan Brunch
    We talked to veganism’s top culinary experts for advice on how to enhance your brunch experience. (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 2:00am       

  • May Event: Plant-Based Pop-Up Restaurant in NYC
    At the beginning of May, Young’s catering service is hosting an exquisite three-course, three-day pop-up event, with cocktails included. (...more)
    16 Apr 2014 at 6:26am       

  • Celebrate Spring with a Vegan Twist
    Put a progressive spin on holiday traditions without foregoing the festive feelings of the season. (...more)
    16 Apr 2014 at 12:00am       

  • Guide to Vegan Passover Seder
    Get down with the Haggadah, gulp Kosher wine, find the afikoman, and enjoy grub from the old country. (...more)
    15 Apr 2014 at 2:00am       

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  • Keepin' it Kind

    10 posts in the feed.

    " My name is Kristy, and this is my blog, chronicling my adventures in vegan cooking, dining, traveling and other things in my quest to live kindly. Join me in making this world a kinder place! "

  • Mango Lemonade Smoothie Parfait + A GIVEAWAY!
    My dad used to make the tartest, most sugary lemonade of all time. The kind where your lips would pucker and you’d slightly wince after every sip. But it was so sweet that I kept going back for another drink. By the time I was done, my tongue was raw and I could probably feel [...] The post Mango Lemonade Smoothie Parfait + A GIVEAWAY! (...more)
    18 Apr 2014 at 12:00am       

  • My Gentle Barn: Book Review & GIVEAWAY!
    When I first became vegan, I felt an strong urge to be with farm animals. After doing a month of research about factory farms, the dairy industry, the egg industry, and learning other horrible truths about petting zoos, pony rides, and circuses, I was overwhelmed by the feeling that I needed to connect with some [...] The post My Gentle Barn: (...more)
    16 Apr 2014 at 8:09am       

  • Lemon Blueberry Granola
    I could write a book about the roommates I’ve had in my time. There was the one who kept the couch cushions in his room when he wasn’t home so we couldn’t sit on the couch. There was the one who decided our dining room would be the perfect home for a huge snake named [...] The post Lemon Blueberry Granola appeared first on (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 10:00am       

  • Our Top 12 Vegan Finds at Expo West 2014
    Over a month ago, Chris and I attended Expo West, a natural products convention that lasts for about 4 days in Anaheim. We only went for 1 1/2 days but we walked away having got to try some really amazing stuff (and to be honest, some not so amazing stuff). I was amazed at the [...] The post Our Top 12 Vegan Finds at Expo West 2014 appeared (...more)
    10 Apr 2014 at 1:10pm       

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  • Disease Proof

    20 posts in the feed.

    DiseaseProof is the official blog of Dr. Joel Fuhrman, MD and serves as a forum to promote discussion on diet, fitness, health and green living.

  • Eggs May Promote Colon Cancer
    Eggs, a concentrated source of cholesterol, have been linked to a variety of diseases including, heart disease, diabetes, and different types of cancer. In this article, learn what diseases and types of cancer eggs are most strongly associated with and why you should avoid or limit eating eggs for better health  (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 3:22pm       

  • Does Diet Influence Seasonal Allergies?
    Seasonal allergies affect the health and quality of life of millions of Americans. In this article, learn the factors that are positively and negatively associated with seasonal allergies and how a healthful diet, rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, and adequate amounts of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D, can positively affect your body’s allergic (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 8:48am       

  • What are Probiotics?
    Research supports the role of our intestinal microflora in disease protection and prevention. Probiotics help to restore the natural balance of good bacteria in the intestinal tract. Read more at (...more)
    2 Apr 2014 at 3:05pm       

  • Whole Grains, Fiber, and Colon Cancer: Some Whole Grains are More Whole Than Others
    Those who eat more whole grains have a lower risk of colon cancer, and there are ways to eat your whole grains that are healthier than others. Read more at (...more)
    20 Mar 2014 at 12:25pm       

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  • JL Goes Vegan

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    An avid home cook, athlete, life-coach and educator, JL Fields, encouraged by her own life transitions, informs her many readers with bloggings about vegan food, fitness, animal rights and everyday kale-loving living!

  • I'm a Beyond Meat Super Fan! [Giveaway!]
    I'm a Beyond Meat Super Fan and I want to share the love with YOU! Enter to win THREE coupons for FREE Beyond Meat! The post I’m a Beyond Meat Super Fan! [Giveaway!] appeared first on JL goes Vegan. (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 7:44am       

  • Meatless Monday Collard Greens
    Want vegan calcium? Eat leafy greens! Check out these Meatless Monday Collard Greens recipes. The post Meatless Monday Collard Greens appeared first on JL goes Vegan. (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 4:55am       

  • Vegan News You Can Use (4/13/14)
    This week in vegan news: observing a vegan Passover, spoonable chia, a hotel website for vegetarians, 20 vegan shoes, vegan lubricants, and more! The post Vegan News You Can Use (4/13/14) appeared first on JL goes Vegan. (...more)
    13 Apr 2014 at 5:00am       

  • Tofu and Mushroom Scramble Vegan Chilaquiles
    Need breakfast ideas? Try these vegan chilaquiles, featuring tofu and mushrooms, or a savory tofu pancake with cashew sauce! The post Tofu and Mushroom Scramble Vegan Chilaquiles appeared first on JL goes Vegan. (...more)
    12 Apr 2014 at 5:47am       

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  • FARM Blog

    10 posts in the feed.

    Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) is a non-profit organization that focuses on grassroots vegan education. They have numerous creative campaigns such as the 10 Billion Tour which offers incentives to the public to watch a 4 minute video. FARM's Compassionate Activist Network empowers individuals around the world to hold their own demos, tablings, lectures, screening, marches, silent vigils and more.

  • All Our Water is Going to a Plant We Don't Eat to Support a Diet We Don't Need
    2013 went down as the driest year in California's recorded history.  A major reservoir outside of Sacramento has been reduced from 83% to 36% capacity in just over 2 years.  In the Central Valley, 1,200 square miles of land is sinking at a rate of 11 inches a year from the drilling of groundwater.  And [...] (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 6:52am       

  • Eat Less Meat to Save More Wildlife, Show More Love for the Planet
    When the first Earth Day was celebrated in 1970, people were concerned about air and water pollution and the survival of endangered species. They talked about how the growing human population was crowding out wildlife and how we all have a responsibility to take care of the planet. Now, 44 years later, there are 3.5 [...] (...more)
    10 Apr 2014 at 10:10am       

  • Spread the Vegan Message this Earth Day!
    Animal agriculture is one of the leading causes of global warming and is responsible for more water pollution, topsoil depletion, deforestation, and wildlife destruction than any other human activity, yet the public as well as many environmentalists still consume animal products without making that connection. Together, we need to educate folks that (...more)
    8 Apr 2014 at 8:53am       

  • Mayim's Vegan Table to Yours
    Mayim’s Vegan Table isn’t just another vegan cookbook that will acquire dust and end up in the back of your cupboard. It’s one that’s sure to become a permanent fixture on your kitchen counter, quickly collecting food stains on the pages of your favorite recipes. And if you love it as much as I do, [...] (...more)
    3 Apr 2014 at 1:34pm       

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    10 posts in the feed. is brought to you by the Jesse & Julie Rasch Foundation in partnership with Michael Greger, M.D. Dr. Greger who scours the world of nutrition-related research, as published in scientific journals, and brings that information to you in short, easy to understand video segments. We also provide links to the original journal articles whenever possible so that you can source the information directly, if you so desire.

  • Treating Menstrual Pain With Diet
    Almost half of menstruating women experience painful, crampy periods, also known as dysmenorrhea. According to Dr. Linda French from Michigan State University College of Medicine, “despite the substantial effect on quality of life and general well-being, few women seek treatment, thinking it won't help.” Treatments are available, though–modern (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 5:00am       

  • Cayenne for Irritable Bowel
    Nearly 50 million Americans come down with food poisoning every year. Over a hundred thousand are hospitalized and thousands die every year just because of something they ate. If they had ordered something different on the menu or chosen something else at the grocery store, they or their loved one might be alive today. But… (...more)
    15 Apr 2014 at 5:00am       

  • Natural Treatment for Cluster Headaches
    In a study “Secretion, Pain and Sneezing Induced by the Application of Capsaicin to the Nasal Mucosa in Man,” researchers found that if we cut a hot pepper and rub it inside our nostrils, our nose will start running, hurting, and we'll start sneezing (capsaicin is the burning component of hot peppers). Why would anyone… (...more)
    10 Apr 2014 at 5:00am       

  • Dr. Greger's New Nutrition DVD Now Available
    The newest volume of my Latest in Clinical Nutrition DVD series is now out. Order on my website or through Amazon (all proceeds go to the 501c3 nonprofit charity that keeps thriving). It can also be ordered as a video download. The current batch of videos from volume 17 on just ran out,… (...more)
    8 Apr 2014 at 5:00am       

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  • Vegan in the Freezer

    50 posts in the feed.

    Ginny's recipes feature healthy and delicious vegan food that you can enjoy now or freeze for future meals. Discover an ever growing list and variety of meals and snacks from down home cooking to gourmet fare.

  • Slow Cooker Rice Pudding and a Giveaway
    Slow Cooker Rice Pudding offers you the chance to be lazy and get a delicious meal all at the same time.  I think I have become a crockpot addict.  For some reason, over the last few months, I have been experimenting with unusual recipes.  Yes, some are beans but not … Click here to see the full recipe ... The post Slow Cooker Rice Pudding (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 4:55am       

  • Polka Dot Cookies
    You can’t have too many cookies like these around.  Polka Dot Cookies have healthier ingredients and a lot of delicious texture inside.  I love to throw cookie recipes together.  It’s easy to control the ingredients and have a sweet snack in the house within minutes and I didn’t even have … Click here to see the full recipe (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 4:55am       

  • Rainbow Veggie Hashbrowns
    I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for #CollectiveBias and its advertiser. Are you trying to think up a new easy recipe that you can serve at this year’s Easter brunch? Well, how about … Click here to see the full recipe ... The (...more)
    11 Apr 2014 at 7:23am       

  • Homemade Chocolate Syrup
    Homemade Chocolate Syrup is delectable clean eating with no preservatives or additives.  It is so fun to make something you thought would be impossible and it turns out to be (humbly speaking) super fantastic!  So sit back and enjoy the recipe. You will be amazed and not-confused.  So easy and … Click here to see the full recipe ... The (...more)
    9 Apr 2014 at 4:55am       

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  • Forks Over Knives Blog

    10 posts in the feed.

    Article contributors to the Forks Over Knives blog include athletes, dietitians, medical doctors, chefs and personal stories from people who have reversed heart disease and other conditions.

  • Mexican Rice Soup
    To toast the rice, put the rice in a preheated pan on medium-high heat. Stir constantly until rice is light to dark brown in color, about 5 minutes. Mexican Rice Soup Serves 4-6 Ingredients: • 1 … (...more)
    17 Apr 2014 at 2:00am       

  • Together, We Lost 200 Pounds in 2 Years!
    I recently celebrated my two-year anniversary of being 100% plant based. My journey began in March of 2012. I was determined to lose weight and get healthy, so I began researching about nutrition and overall … (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 1:19pm       

  • Southwest Stew
    This chunky, satisfying stew is full of beans, greens, corn, mushrooms, bell pepper, and plenty of herbs and spices to please your taste buds and fill your belly. This recipe makes 12 cups of stew, perfect … (...more)
    31 Mar 2014 at 5:00am       

  • Plant-Based Diet Cleared My Husband's Arteries
    In the middle of March 2012, my husband Dale and I watched Forks Over Knives, and halfway through he said to me, “let's do this!” I was shocked, because he was a true meat eater … (...more)
    20 Mar 2014 at 10:55am       

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  • An Unrefined Vegan

    15 posts in the feed.

    Unprocessed, unbleached and cruelty-free: low-fat, low-sugar, whole food and plant-based recipes to nurture body, brain and conscience.

  • Spring: Extremely Close
    Oklahoma doesn’t exactly burst into color in the Spring; one has to look for it.  Tiny flowers suddenly appear out in the pasture, peeking up from between the long stalks of dead brown grass and ... (...more)
    16 Apr 2014 at 10:12pm       

  • Jazzy Vegetarian Classics Giveaway and Mushroom-Nut Burgers
    My earliest musical memories center around jazz and food: popcorn by the fire on blustery winter nights warmed by the playful yet melancholy piano of Vince Guaraldi (and good as it is, I’m not talking ... (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 10:12pm       

  • 5 (Revamped) Vegan Breakfasts. Recipe #2: Strawberry-Vanilla Pinwheels with Sweet Cashew Icing
    My second revamped breakfast is based on Half-Pint Pinwheel Rolls, a recipe from waaaay back in February 2012.  For that recipe, half of the diminutive pastries were filled with a savory mixture of garlic, walnuts, and ... (...more)
    9 Apr 2014 at 10:10pm       

  • Easy Pretzel Roll Bagels
    If the idea of making bread seems intimidating, making bagels at home feels kind of overwhelming, but the truth is, they’re really quite simple and easy to make.  Especially if you use a stand-mixer.  I ... (...more)
    7 Apr 2014 at 10:10pm       

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  • Our Hen House

    30 posts in the feed.

    "Our Hen House produces resources that you can use in order to find your own way to change the world for animals. Using video, audio, interviews, reviews, and the written word, it provides daily updates on what you need to create change. Changemakers come in all shapes and sizes -- artists, grassroots activists, academics, lawyers, students, business moguls, media darlings, etc. No matter what your niche is, Our Hen House aims to give you what you need to be part of a new world for animals." - Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan, the hens of Our Hen House

  • Is It Necessary? Rocky Lewycky's Liberation Project
    One of the things that makes art such a powerful tool for activism is that it can create a space where issues of injustice can be articulated, and solutions for social change can be imagined. A recent installation at the […] (...more)
    16 Apr 2014 at 4:20am       

  • Episode 5 of the Our Hen House TV Show is Now Viewable Online!
    Surely you know by now. The Our Hen House TV show officially launched in March 2014 as a co-production with Brooklyn Independent Media. Our Hen House's TV show, a co-production with Brooklyn Independent Media, ventures into the under-explored world of […] (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 8:26am       

  • “Once Upon a Time…” – Why Fiction Will Change the World
    “Would you look at this video about how pigs are treated in factory farms?” “Oh, I know, I know. It's terrible.” “But you still eat bacon and pork. So maybe you'd just look at this video so you can see […] (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 3:41am       

  • Book Review: “Here Comes the Easter Cat” by Deborah Underwood (Pictures by Claudia Rueda)
    Can one have a crush on a children’s picture book? That seems to be the only explanation for my slightly obsessive desire to buy Here Comes the Easter Cat (Dial, 2014) for everyone I know. Each year, I get scores […] (...more)
    11 Apr 2014 at 4:25am       

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  • The Discerning Brute

    4 posts in the feed.

    "Joshua Katcher started 'The Discerning Brute' in 2008 as a resource for intelligent men who want to make ethical, informed decisions concerning their lifestyles. Joshua is a committed environmentalist, vegan, and social justice advocate."

  • PARSONS hosts “Real Rebels” Fashion Panel
    I’m honored to be included in the upcoming panel on fashion rebels at Parson’s The New School for Design. The panel is moderated by designer John Bartlett and features Karina Kallio, Joshua Katcher, Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart and Stephanie Nicora Johns. Unfortunately, it’s not open to the public, but if you’re a student at (...more)
    14 Apr 2014 at 7:45am       

    I recently got to try out a new line of men’s grooming products that hits the nail on the head. Thrive is made with all plant-based ingredients sustainably sourced in Costa Rica. These are ingredients we’ve probably never heard of before, like Fierrillo Vine and Juanilama Herb – botanicals that have been used for centuries […] (...more)
    11 Apr 2014 at 2:33pm       

  • Hit Back: If You Feel Like You're in the Wrong Place, Start Looking for a Way Out
    by Adam Gnade Sometimes I want to scream because life is so shitty and sometimes I want to scream because life is so great. The problem with living like that is there’s no middleground. One of my favorite Youthmovies songs goes, “It’s not going well and it’s not going badly/it’s just going along.” I love […] (...more)
    4 Apr 2014 at 3:49pm       

  • Western Tourists Demand Snake Blood & Hearts in Vietnam
    In the West we are often quick to point fingers at the East when it comes to accusations of animal cruelty. However, western tourists are driving a business in Vietnam that capitalizes on shock-gastronomy and machismo. Snakes suffer a cruel death so that their blood and hearts can be consumed. The popular tourist tradition was […] (...more)
    1 Apr 2014 at 10:15am       

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  • Gentle World

    50 posts in the feed.

    "Gentle World's core purpose is to help build a more peaceful society, by educating the public about the reasons for being vegan, the benefits of vegan living, and how to go about making such a transition. Toward that end, Gentle World has served as a clearing house of information for the past 30 years, helping children, teens and adults embrace a lifestyle that incorporates their values."

  • Midway Film
    This morning I opened my e-mail inbox to discover a headline I simply couldn't ignore: People Should Know About This Awful Thing We Do. In light of all the awful things I already know we do, I just wasn't sure that I would be able to handle learning about yet another. But I clicked anyway. […] (...more)
    13 Apr 2014 at 4:48pm       

  • Veganic Gardening and Farming Resources
    As the Veganic (Vegan Organic or Stockfree Organic) movement continues to grow, many online resources have become available for new and experienced gardeners and farmers who are interested in these sustainable and ethical growing methods. Although Gentle World has a growing wealth of information for beginning veganic gardeners, there are also three (...more)
    7 Apr 2014 at 1:32pm       

  • Gentle World Powers Up with Outback!
    Gentle World wishes to say a special thank you to OutBack Power, for their generous assistance toward  upgrades to the solar power system in our New Zealand educational center. “OutBack Power Technologies is a leading designer and manufacturer of reliable power electronics for renewable energy applications including solar, wind, micro-hydro, and (...more)
    3 Apr 2014 at 11:20pm       

  • Why James Cameron Says You Should Be Vegan
    Yes, you… That is, if you consider yourself to be an environmentalist. Cameron, who was honored at a National Geographic Anniversary Gala last June, took the opportunity to inspire others by explaining his recent decision to stop using animal products. “We're always talking about the action items… What are we asking people to do? What are […] (...more)
    29 Mar 2014 at 8:28pm       

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  • The Urban Vegan

    25 posts in the feed.

    Dynise Balcavage is the author of The Urban Vegan, Celebrate Vegan, and 11 books for young readers. She has published recipes in VegNews, Vegetarian Times, Philadelphia Daily News, and Végéteriens, (France's first vegetarian magazine). She's been interviewed in the New York Times and International Herald Tribune, and has done cooking demos everywhere from New York to Paris. She lives in Philadelphia with her 3 cats, and tweets at theurbanvegan.

  • $25 vegan dollar store challenge :: part 2
    A relatively healthy, abundant grocery haul that cost less than $25I learned a lot by participating in the first $25 Vegan Dollar Store Challenge. The concept in a nutshell:  how healthily and frugally can you eat using a $25, shopping only at the dollar store? Family Dollar Haul: Raisins, oats, almonds, lentils, navy beanbrown (...more)
    13 Apr 2014 at 3:14pm       

  • bobby flay stoneware lasagna pan review
    Press sample for review I received a gorgeous, stoneware Bobby Flay Lasagna Pan to review. It's a real eye-pleaser with its dark base and a deep sangria color. I also love the fact that the pan has handles on either end, although they look like they could break after some wear/tear and clumsiness. It's an oversized lasagna pan – 9.5 x 14.25 (...more)
    5 Apr 2014 at 4:00pm       

  • creamy-dreamy vegan butternut lasagna
    Press samples [Bobby Flay bakeware, Daiya, Beyond Meat] vegan butternut lasagna – creamy, dreamy comfort foodI love-love-love lasagna. But since putting it together can be a time-sucker, I haven't made it in literally years. When I recently received a snazzy stoneware Bobby Flay lasagna pan to review [in red, my favorite color], (...more)
    29 Mar 2014 at 1:08pm       

  • tutorial :: peeling garlic in a cocktail shaker
    Shake your money maker.I love garlic, and I eat quantities that would strike fear into the hearts of vampires. When you routinely use 6 or 7 cloves in a recipe, that adds up to a lot of garlic peeling. Although I adore cooking, for some reason, peeling garlic is one of those culinary chores I dread. For me, it's akin to folding fitted sheets. I am not (...more)
    23 Mar 2014 at 1:47pm       

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  • Healthy Longevity

    20 posts in the feed.

    Travis writes on topics of nutrition backed with evidence based data. He describes his blog, "critically examines the health promoting properties of a plant based diet and the dangers of Paleo, Primal and other cholesterol rich diets and the claims of the promoters of these diets."

  • Vegetarian Diets and Quality of Life: Cause or Effect?
    Very few would argue that simply excluding flesh from the diet will guarantee optimal health and longevity. However, the CBS Atlanta recently featured a concerning article, Study: Vegetarians Less Healthy, Lower Quality Of Life Than Meat-Eaters, suggesting that diets that exclude flesh promotes poor health. This article which has gathered much attention (...more)
    12 Apr 2014 at 6:01am       

  • Clearing Up The Confusion Surrounding Saturated Fat
    In 2010, Siri-Tarino and colleagues published a meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies evaluating the association between dietary saturated fat and cardiovascular disease in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.1 Based on the results of this meta-analysis, these researchers concluded that there was insufficient evidence from prospective cohort (...more)
    28 Mar 2014 at 10:22am       

  • Do Vegetarians Live Longer Than Health Conscious Omnivores?
    Proponents of Paleo and Low-Carb diets suggest that plant-based diets, particularly those rich in grains and legumes, promote disease, ultimately resulting in premature death. However, there is a substantial amount of evidence casting doubt on such suggestions, with many studies providing evidence that plant-based diets increase longevity. This review (...more)
    9 Feb 2014 at 6:50am       

  • Denise Minger: Death By Food Pyramid or Saved By Food Pyramid?
    A few years back, Denise Minger instantly rose to fame in the Low-Carb and Paleo diet circles shortly after publishing a blog post criticizing the chapter describing the findings from the China-Cornell-Oxford Project in the book, The China Study, written by Dr. T. Colin Campbell.1 This blog post was very welcomed by proponents of these (...more)
    9 Feb 2014 at 6:48am       

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  • Free From Harm

    30 posts in the feed.

    Free From Harm is a great resource for anyone curious about or already committed to animal rights. They write on lesser known news items, humane education, animal rights, and bring attention to the myths of "humane meat.

  • B12: A Magic Pill, or Veganism's Achilles Heel?
    In supplemental vitamin B12, we have something very like a magic pill against the unspeakable suffering and unnecessary execution of billions of animals every year. Yet because B12 is not produced by plants, it is often argued that vegan diets are “unnatural” and that ethical appeals to veganism are therefore unsound. ... READ ON (...more)
    11 Apr 2014 at 11:53am       

  • Eating Animals: Addressing Our Most Common Justifications
    We’ve heard them all before — the justifications people give for continuing to consume animal products even when faced with an abundance of plant-based food options. Here are some of the most common justifications for eating animals that vegans encounter … ... READ ON (...more)
    27 Mar 2014 at 5:17pm       

  • Ezra The Rooster: The Little Chicken Who Could!
    Everyone has been asking about Ezra the rooster! It's been more than two months since Ezra's life-saving rescue and emergency medical treatment at Niles Animal Hospital. As some of you know who have been following his story, Ezra the rooster lost his feet and a portion of one of his legs to gangrene and frostbite. For those of you who aren't familiar (...more)
    21 Mar 2014 at 5:16am       

  • Contamination and Cruelty in the Chicken Industry
    The National Chicken Council, which represents the U.S. chicken industry, has released its 2014 update of the NCC Animal Welfare Guidelines for the humane treatment of the nine billion chickens raised for meat each year in the United States. Rather than advancing animal welfare, these guidelines, first formulated in 1999, outline industry practices (...more)
    19 Mar 2014 at 3:07pm       

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  • Vegan Muscle and Fitness

    10 posts in the feed.

    Marcella Torres and Derek Tresize write excellent articles featuring advice on vegan bodybuilding, fitness, and nutrition as well as their own training and competition experiences.

  • Bringing Up Baby…Vegan Style!
    Part TWO of my series on vegan pregnancy and raising vegan children is up at the website of our sponsor, Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness! This is fitting, because our little man just turned two. I am fortunate that I haven’t […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... (...more)
    9 Apr 2014 at 12:17pm       

  • The Basic Requirements for Gaining Muscle
    Ever wonder if your mass-gaining plan is covering all the bases? There are a few basic necessities that anyone on any kind of diet (vegan or otherwise) needs to considering if gaining muscle is their goal. In my latest article […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... (...more)
    28 Feb 2014 at 4:15pm       

  • Vegan Pregnancy and Vegan Kids
      My long overdue article on vegan pregnancy and childhood is up! Building Vegan Bodies from Scratch: 3 Myths About Vegan Pregnancy and Raising Vegan Children Dispelled, Part 1 can be viewed at the website of our sponsor Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness: […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... (...more)
    25 Feb 2014 at 7:46pm       

  • Gluten-Free Fig Bar Muffins (with a PB&J variation)
    One morning we were out of oats and just about everything else that I could make breakfast out of. There was, however, half of a pre-baked sweet potato in the fridge and a frozen banana that I could defrost…and some […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... (...more)
    21 Feb 2014 at 1:23pm       

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  • No Meat Athlete

    10 posts in the feed.

    Vegan marathoner and ultra-runner Matt Frazier has found a vegan diet dramatically improved his performance. He shares his experience and enthusiasm for a plant based diet with tips and insight for any athlete.

  • 3 Painless Ways to Start Eating Right When Nothing Else Will Work
    You know what you’re supposed to eat. You don’t need another blog post telling you this food is good and that one is bad … those rules seem to change every day anyway. (Hint: “Eat whole foods” is one that’s a constant.) It’s not that you don’t want to eat healthy. You even understand that, Read more (...more)
    9 Apr 2014 at 8:13am       

  • 9 Ultra-Helpful Tips for Making the Leap from Marathoner to Ultrarunner
    Note from Matt:  Last year when I chose the course for my first 100-miler, one of the criteria I looked for was “fair.” I didn’t want the easiest, flattest course around, but at the same time, it is 100 miles, so why make it tougher than it needs to be?  Next month, Doug Hay will be Read more » (...more)
    4 Apr 2014 at 8:55am       

  • Introducing the No Meat Athlete Community Site (Plus a Handful of New Speaking Events)
    Last month, No Meat Athlete quietly turned five years old. I'd have loved to have planned a big hoopla giveaway extravaganza, but alas, I've been working on something better. In five years, we've done some pretty neat things, not the least of which are putting some 20,000 “Runs on Plants” shirts out into the world, a Read (...more)
    2 Apr 2014 at 6:31am       

  • Engine 2´s Rip Esselstyn on No Meat Athlete Radio
    You can’t get far into the plant-based world without hearing Rip Esselstyn’s name, and seeing the ubiquitous Engine 2 brand he’s created to help people eat Plant-Strong. Walk through any Whole Foods, and you’ll see Engine 2 foods everywhere. In those same Whole Foods stores and any Barnes and Noble, you’ll find Rip’s (...more)
    22 Mar 2014 at 7:14am       

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  • Abolitionist Approach Blog

    10 posts in the feed.

    Gary Francione discusses and explores various aspects of the idea that we ought to abolish, and not merely regulate, animal exploitation. His blog promotes ethical veganism and creative, non-violent vegan education as the primary forms of activism to move toward the abolition of animal use.

  • On “Journeys”
    If many people said, “I did not reject racism overnight; it took me a long time to stop being a racist,” would we say that rejecting racism is a matter of a personal “journey”? Would we say that we should not take the position that racism is unequivocally and absolutely wrong? Would we say that […] The post On (...more)
    7 Apr 2014 at 5:29am       

  • Animal Ethics: Abolition, Regulation, or Citizenship?
    Despite 200 years of animal welfare laws, which require “humane” treatment and prohibit the imposition of “unnecessary” suffering, animal exploitation is occurring in more horrific ways than at any time in human history. On Friday, April 11, 2014, Rutgers School of Law–Newark will host a conference on “Animal Ethics: Abolition, Regulation or Citizenship” (...more)
    28 Feb 2014 at 1:45pm       

  • New York Times Debate on Carriage Horses
    The New York Times Room for Bebate examined the issue of carriage horses in New York City in light of Mayor de Blasio’s pledge to ban them. The abolitionist perspective was represented. You can read the debate in it’s entirety here. Gary L. Francione Professor, Rutgers University The post New York Times Debate on Carriage Horses (...more)
    18 Jan 2014 at 7:07am       

  • Professor Francione is Interviewed About Abolitionist Animal Rights on “Breaking the Set”
    The post Professor Francione is Interviewed About Abolitionist Animal Rights on “Breaking the Set” appeared first on Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach. Related posts: Professor Francione Delivers Keynote Speech at the 2013 DePaul University College of Law Event, “Animals as Food: The Legal Treatment of Animals in Contemporary (...more)
    11 Dec 2013 at 8:25pm       

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  • The Vegan RD

    10 posts in the feed.

    Ginny Kisch Messina is a registered dietitian who runs the blog, - "Thoughts on being vegan, a dietitians perspective". Author of 'Vegan for Life!'.

  • Are Vegetarians Less Healthy than Meat-Eaters?
    “Vegetarians Found to Have More Cancer, Allergies, and Mental Health Disorders.” That's the alarming headline from a website called Science 2.0 (which also declares vegetarianism to be a “fad diet.”) They are referring to new research in Austrian vegetarians published in the journal PLoS One. The study compared self-reported health among 1,320 (...more)
    3 Apr 2014 at 4:54pm       

  • Keeping Vegan Diets Healthy and Fabulous
    I've eaten a lot of truly exceptional vegan meals in my life. But I have absolutely no trouble recalling the single best meal I ever had (truly the single best one!). Prepared in an ancient restaurant in a little town on the island of Sicily, it was a big bowl of chickpeas that had simmered [...] (...more)
    19 Mar 2014 at 12:33pm       

  • Don't Think Twice About Going Vegan
    A number of readers have asked if I'd respond to the article Why You Should Think Twice About Vegetarian and Vegan Diets, by Chris Kresser. Kresser is a licensed acupuncturist who writes frequently about diet. And since I would never go around poking needles into people, I wish he would return the favor and stop [...] (...more)
    6 Mar 2014 at 8:29am       

  • Grains in Vegan Diets: No, They Won't Make You Fat or Sick
    With the exception of some raw foods vegans, almost all of the vegans I know eat grains. If any of the fear mongering around these foods has any basis, it's a wonder we're all still alive and that many of us are thriving. At the center of the anti-grain campaign is Dr. William Davis, author [...] (...more)
    26 Feb 2014 at 11:39am       

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  • Vegan Yack Attack

    7 posts in the feed.

    A vegan food blog that covers everything from indulgent desserts, to healthy dinners, and even raw recipes! There's something for everyone here!

  • Apple Fennel Seitan Dogs
    HELLO BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE! Long time, no see! Let me say that I'm sorry for the absence, there has been a hell-of-a-lot of things going on over here and clearly posting on my blog was not one of them. But, I'm … Continue reading → (...more)
    26 Mar 2014 at 8:45pm       

  • Jungle Pie with Chocolate Crust, Banana Slices & Chunky Coconut Topping
    You guys! It's finally time! I posted about receiving a copy of Emily Von Euw's new un-cookbook, Rawsome Vegan Baking, on instagram a few weeks ago and now I'm ready to share a delicious recipe from it with you. But, … Continue reading → (...more)
    12 Mar 2014 at 7:05pm       

  • Slow Cooker Potato Curry Chili
    It's that time again, where about once a year I get a weird sinus infection that eliminates clear-headedness (ha!) and a good night's sleep. I guess it's a good thing that I promised you guys a soup recipe in my … Continue reading → (...more)
    28 Feb 2014 at 6:00pm       

  • Raw Mango Banana Cakes
    Apparently, I'm feeling pretty Spring-y over here! First, it was the Berry Pineapple Waffles, now these beautiful Mango Cakes? A girl can dream, right? Although I would be lying if I said that I wasn't excited for the rain we're … Continue reading → (...more)
    25 Feb 2014 at 6:00pm       

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  • More Apples A Day

    8 posts in the feed.

    "A health enthusiast striving to be the first human to live to be 150 with a complete health focused lifestyle. I will smash the age record and LIVE longer." -Peter Filak

  • Intelligence, a Change in Normality
    Maybe a big bang—likely never more than that ‘maybe’. Goo. Mindless prokaryotic goo. More goo. Membrane-bound goo. Critters. Monkeys. Cavemen. Bluetooth and cavities. In this order? Likely never to be known. What’s obvious is the complexity. The intricate jumps in mind as well as those only to be seen by the microscope that will never (...more)
    24 Mar 2014 at 1:51pm       

  • 100 Jobs
    We’re born into a world that doesn’t work—it’s natural harmony slapped too many times, and itself slapping back harder each and every time. How many babies are born each day? I do not know. How many individuals die each day? That I also do not know. But for every child born, we have this false [...] (...more)
    24 Mar 2014 at 11:22am       

  • Needle Phobia
    We are born as our natural selves. Not yet mindful. Not yet shaped. Not yet the beliefs, traditions, and ideals that allowed us to be. We are not afraid to discover new things because all is new. We find love everywhere despite not getting it everywhere, and we often crawl back for more, or the [...] (...more)
    3 Mar 2014 at 7:31am       

  • Remember the Rebel, Be the Rebel
    “It felt like I’d be hitting something higher than Eagle in terms of achievement,” Andrew said, in an interview. What Andrew Orr lacks is what clearly his father lacks as well. Each letting the profiting words of one book manipulate their feelings. Each never stepping outside of themselves. If Andrew were to ask one question [...] (...more)
    2 Mar 2014 at 7:44am       

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  • Plant Positive

    10 posts in the feed.

    Making the Case for Plant-Based Nutrition

  • Recent Articles by Drs. Chowdhury and DiNicolantonio
    March 23, 2014 I’ve been asked by viewers to comment on a couple recently published journal articles which have received undeserved attention from the media. These articles are a major meta-analysis examining associations between dietary and circulating fatty acids with coronary disease (Chowdhury, 2014) and yet another editorial (...more)
    22 Mar 2014 at 9:53pm       

  • Watching Dr. Oz May Be Hazardous to Your Health
    A friend contacted me this week to report that Mehmet Oz used his show to promote dangerous claims about cholesterol and heart disease. His guests were two long-time low-carb promoters, Johnny Bowden and Stephen Sinatra.    Both of them make a living by selling questionable supplements and deceptive (...more)
    26 Jan 2013 at 7:32am       

  • Another Devastating Blow to the Cholesterol Deniers
    A new study powerfully validates important points I repeatedly asserted in my cholesterol videos - heart disease risk is strongly mediated by lifetime cholesterol levels (rather than end-of-life levels) and LDL in particular is a key causal factor in heart disease. This elegant research by Dr Brian Ference of Wayne State University also further damages (...more)
    11 Apr 2012 at 6:42am       

  • A Quick Note on Cancer, Cholesterol, and Reverse Causation
    If you have watched my video addressing the relationship between cholesterol and cancer, you know that I have attributed any observations of low cholesterol among cancer patients to reverse causation. In apparent contradiction of this view are the recently announced results of a study lead by Dr Paul Lavigne which calls into doubt the reverse (...more)
    1 Apr 2012 at 7:20am       

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  • My Face Is On Fire

    25 posts in the feed.

    My Face Is on Fire focuses on abolitionist vegan education, animal rights issues and the misrepresentation of veganism in pop culture or mainstream media.

  • Another Underhugged Non-Vegan Takes a Few Digs
    Oh, PeTA! Some fellow vegans and I were mocking PeTA yesterday. You know the old saying: Sometimes you either have to laugh or cry? Genuine and clear-thinking animal rights advocates know the harms... (...more)
    20 Mar 2014 at 9:09am       

  • Home as a Safe Zone
    Transition and Compromise Before learning about abolitionist animal rights, I spent many years as a vegetarian, slowly shuffling around animal products, but for the longest time with no actual end... (...more)
    18 Mar 2014 at 12:52pm       

  • Why Speciesism Should be Our Focus
    The Buzz There's been a lot of buzz this past week about an article by Victoria Dawson Hoff, published on Elle magazine's website. Hoff's article on Elle is called  "On Being a Vegan Who Wears... (...more)
    26 Feb 2014 at 1:50pm       

  • "Flexible" for Whom?
    A conversation with a new friend a few weeks ago led to her mentioning a vegetarian she knows. She suggested to me that she views vegetarianism in a more positive light because it is "more flexible"... (...more)
    29 Jan 2014 at 8:08am       

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  • Plant Powered Kitchen

    10 posts in the feed.

    Take a mom of 3, stir in 3 vegan cookbooks, add a rounded cup of staying at home, and mix with a hefty pinch of recipe testing!

  • Pressing Pause
    Hi friends, You may have noticed I haven’t been as present on my blog and online. I’ve decided to take some time for a work break, or to make some work changes. The last two years I’ve been going full force. First with the release of LTEV, then starting another cookbook, working online, and of […] (...more)
    18 Mar 2014 at 3:04pm       

  • Plant-Powered 15 ebook: 1 year anniversary special and giveaway!
    March marks the 1-year anniversary of the release of my (first) ebook, the Plant-Powered 15! Writing this ebook was such a new experience for me. As I explained in this post, I hadn’t ever really thought about creating an ebook, it really evolved through your interest. Thank you for the encouragement. Features of the Plant-Powered 15 (PP15) […] (...more)
    9 Mar 2014 at 9:32am       

  • The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Review, Recipe Feature, & Giveaway
    After a blogging lull, I’m back with a fresh post. I finished and submitted my manuscript for Plant-Powered Families last Friday! That’s why you haven’t heard much from me in recent months, sorry for being so absent. I’ll share more on that another time, because today’s post is dedicated to the wonder that is… The (...more)
    6 Mar 2014 at 6:24am       

  • Orange Chocolate Pudding (vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, raw, oil-free, nut-free)
    Hello friends! My blogging has been minimal these past two months, sorry I’ve been a little absent. I have missed communicating with you all! My absence has been for good reason, though. I’m finishing the manuscript for my next cookbook, due March 1st! It’s been tricky finding productive chunks of work time, because my day […] (...more)
    9 Feb 2014 at 2:45pm       

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  • Jack Norris RD

    10 posts in the feed.

    Jack Norris, Registered Dietitian, blogs about vegan health an nutrition.

  • Response to Chris Kesser's “Why You Should Think Twice About Vegetarian and Vegan Diets”
    Chris Kesser is a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of integrative medicine who promotes animal products as a way to optimal health. Kesser recently wrote an article where he expresses his concern for the health of those considering vegetarianism: Why You Should Think Twice About Vegetarian and Vegan Diets. I don’t think it is a terrible (...more)
    27 Feb 2014 at 10:04pm       

  • Vitamin K2 and Diabetes
    Summary In the one study to date that has examined the intake of vitamin K2 and incidence of type 2 diabetes, a weak association was found for vitamin K2 being protective. In doing my final search for studies on vitamin K2 and cardiovascular disease (CVD), I came across one on type 2 diabetes (1). Since […] (...more)
    21 Feb 2014 at 12:58pm       

  • Vitamin K2 and Stroke
    Summary In the one study to date that has examined the intake of vitamin K2 and incidence of stroke, no association was found. I was getting ready to publish my conclusions regarding vitamin K2 and cardiovascular disease and decided to check PubMed one last time to make sure nothing had come out recently. Sure enough, […] (...more)
    20 Feb 2014 at 5:37pm       

  • Low Carb, Eco-Atkins Diet after 6 Months
    Summary Eco-Atkins is a vegan, low-carbohydrate diet. After 6 months on the diet, people lost 15 lbs and LDL cholesterol levels went from 174 to 157 mg/dl. Compliance was not high. In 2009, a 4-week clinical trial putting overweight people on a low-carbohydrate vegan diet, known as the Eco-Atkins, was released. I mentioned it in […] (...more)
    14 Feb 2014 at 6:19pm       

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  • Post Punk Kitchen

    10 posts in the feed.

    Vegan Baking & Vegan Cooking with Isa Chandra.

  • Brussel Sprout Fried Rice
    As if fried rice weren't delicious enough already! Enter the Brussel sprouts. (...more)
    27 Feb 2014 at 12:05pm       

  • Seitan & Waffles With Pomegranate Syrup
    Make your date swoon like mad with this twist on a classic comfort combo. (...more)
    12 Feb 2014 at 1:54pm       

  • Chicken Stylee Seitan
    Seitan that tastes like chicken! I know, what does chicken taste like, right? (...more)
    12 Feb 2014 at 10:56am       

  • #IsaLovesIt Valentine Instagram Contest
    Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! But this isn’t just another empty Valentine, wherein you get NOTHING ... (...more)
    30 Jan 2014 at 3:57pm       

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  • Marty's Flying Vegan Review

    100 posts in the feed.

    I'm a vegan charter pilot. I never know where I'll be, (well, sometimes I do), and I blog about the vegan meals I find on the road, from Cleveland to Turks and Caicos.

  • What's up ... and some shameless promotion
    I haven't been doing much in the way of traveling lately for a variety of reasons and my venue of choice, (it's just too quick and easy), is to post a comment on Foursquare and send it out into the twitter-sphere and Facebook land.  So if you haven't followed me on twitter I'm @veganpilotmarty and on Facebook you can look up this blog's page. (...more)
    13 Feb 2014 at 12:29pm       

  • Our final winner is ...
    Heather, Congratulations Heather! Rafflecopter selected your entry at random. Enjoy the book. Thanks to all who entered. Happy Holidays and wishes for a great vegan new year! Marty (...more)
    21 Dec 2013 at 4:04am       

  • And the first two winners are ...
    Simona C for both giveaways!  Rafflecopter picked the two winners.  Congrats Simona. 2 more days and we'll find out who wins the third book. Good luck! (...more)
    18 Dec 2013 at 2:17pm       

  • 3 Book Giveaway … Go Vegans!
    3 book giveaway … ready for takeoff. a Rafflecopter giveaway a Rafflecopter giveaway a Rafflecopter giveaway (...more)
    10 Dec 2013 at 2:03pm       

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  • The Rational Vegan

    20 posts in the feed.

    A look at veganism and the vegan community from a rationalist perspective. Be prepared for controversial topics and viewpoints. The purpose here is not to offend, but to educate and to challenge conventional (vegan) thinking.

  • Abandon Ship!
    This page has been defunct for quite a while (more than I even realized as I was gallivanting around). As of now, I am only updating through Facebook. You can find that page here: (...more)
    12 Feb 2014 at 9:18am       

  • Dining Out
    Recently I ate out with a large group of coworkers, most of whom I had just met. Unfortunately, the restaurant chosen was one of those big chain sports and burger type places. I scoured the menu and found one item that just might work if it weren't for the cheese splattered on top. Undaunted by the social ramifications, I dared to question (...more)
    17 Nov 2011 at 11:26am       

  • More Cleanse Nonsense
    Vegan cookbook author Claire Gosse and fitness "expert" Brock Picken have a new book called Vegan Flush (press release here). Scare quotes on 'expert' there because what kind of fitness expert doesn't understand how the human body actually flushes out toxins? (Hint for "experts" out there--your liver and kidneys take care of things). (...more)
    6 Nov 2011 at 9:18am       

  • Blame the Corporations
    Yesterday I ran across a link from Animal Legal Defense Fund declaring that Occupy Wall Street Takes on Corporate Animal Abuse. The linked "official declaration" contains this statement: "They have profited off of the torture, confinement, and cruel treatment of countless nonhuman animals, and actively hide these practices." Okay, so I'm not sure (...more)
    9 Oct 2011 at 11:55am       

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  • Team Earthling

    25 posts in the feed.

    Stevie and Luc blog about their thoughts and observations regarding vegan activism. You'll also find both Aussies on the Team Earthliing Podcast.

  • Why are animals excluded from intersectional social movements?
    This is a guest post by Naty Guerrero-Diaz. Find out more about Naty and her work below. I am a member of a few networks that self-define as intersectional. We often discuss issues to do with race, feminism, sexuality, gender and class oppressions, and the members appear to recognise the ways in which different forms of oppressions interlink; (...more)
    2 Feb 2014 at 3:30am       

  • 'Green is the New Red' by Will Potter [Review]
    While we spoke about Will Potter's 'Green is the New Red' in Episode 106, I wanted to capture my thoughts about the book in writing, and to invite and encourage an ongoing discussion about the push-back animal rights and environmental activists are experiencing. 'Green is the New Red' is not a pleasant book to read. It's not one that will (...more)
    26 Dec 2013 at 9:03pm       

  • 6 tips for eating at non-vegan restaurants
    Eating out at non-vegan restaurants can be super stressful, especially if you're a new vegan. Grandma's 70th is being held at a non vegan restaurant and there's no way in hell you can bail.  So what do you do? Here are our top tips for tackling this and similar tricky situations. We've been to family functions, (...more)
    8 Nov 2013 at 4:08pm       

  • 'The Sexy Vegan's Happy Hour at Home' [Review]
    Is this our first cookbook review? Why yes, yes it is! If you want the podcasted version of this review, check out Episode 103: Vegan Food Culture Artifacts Brian L. Patten's The Sexy Vegan's Happy Hour at Home This book was lent to us by Theresa of The Tropical Vegan (...more)
    5 Nov 2013 at 11:30am       

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  • Luminous Vegans

    10 posts in the feed.

    A vegan blogger revealing her tasty creative concoctions as well as trying others. Sprinkled in are product reviews, shopping experiences, a pair of adorable greyhounds rescues, photo journalism, and a few cups of insight.

  • Goings On in Pictures (and some words)
    I watched this squirrel for an hour one Saturday. Yes, an hour. Squirrels here (compared to Atlanta) seem chubbier. At least this guy (gal?) did. He ran around the back porch and ate the seeds out of these “helicopter” leaves  (who knew they were even edible?). After not knowing what else to put in the […] The post Goings (...more)
    29 Jan 2014 at 9:41am       

  • Knit So Fast: Vegan Knitting to Soothe the Mind
    I moved across the country a month ago. Moving can be hard. Hard on the body. Hard on the soul. While I love exploring what this beautiful new city has to offer, I’ve been having trouble finding a routine. And I enjoy need routine in my life like Tom Cruise needs Scientology. It’s the little things […] The post Knit So Fast: (...more)
    22 Jan 2014 at 12:53pm       

  • Lessons Learned from Traveling Across the Country
    We recently moved from Atlanta, GA to Eugene, OR. These are a few lessons I learned from traveling vegan-style with two greyhounds in a Buick for nearly 3500 miles. 1. Pet friendly hotels are not hard to find. Our daily driving schedule was not rigid, so we ended up in random cities for the night. […] The post Lessons Learned from Traveling (...more)
    31 Dec 2013 at 6:57pm       

  • How to Prepare for a DIY Cross-Country Move
    3500 miles of changing weather and landscapes, too many dog farts to count, and far too much packing and unpacking shenanigans later…we made it! We traded sunny Atlanta for the damp lushness of Eugene, Oregon. As I type this, I am looking at moss-covered trees blanketed in fog. And I kinda like it. A lot. […] The post How to Prepare (...more)
    24 Dec 2013 at 1:10pm       

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  • Former Fish Taco Fanatic

    10 posts in the feed.

    Rachel's first blog chronicled her quest to find the best fish tacos in Atlanta -- now shes vegan, getting her fix with veggie tacos, and blogging about her experience making vegan recipes.

  • Resolutions
    Happy New Year! I always like to recap progress on last year’s resolutions, and set some new ones so I have goals in mind for the coming year. Let’s see how 2013 panned out shall we? 1. Successfully complete Yoga Teacher Training! – Done. I did it! Now to continue to be a student, and […] (...more)
    7 Jan 2014 at 2:18pm       

  • Happy Thanksgiving!
    Hey guys, How’s it going? Long time no see? Remember that time I said I’d be blogging again in June? Whoops. So, let’s recap all that’s happened since March: I got my 200-hour yoga certification! Woohoo! And started teaching yoga twice a week, and subbing lots. We traveled to Hawaii, Raleigh, and Austin. It was […] (...more)
    26 Nov 2013 at 7:19am       

  • Hiatus
    I’ve been a bad bad blogger. I apologize. I’m juggling a busy season at work, with an exciting adventure to become a yoga teacher (which includes homework), with family time and friend time. So, I don’t have a lot of time or leftover brain space right now to blog. BUT, Former Fish Taco Fanatic will […] (...more)
    10 Apr 2013 at 12:34pm       

  • Husband-Friendly Vegan Meals
    As we’ve transitioned to a vegan diet, I have compiled a list of my hubbers favorite meals. He’s a tall guy with a healthy appetite, and I like to make sure that I’m cooking meals that can keep him full. Happy Herbivore’s Hippie Loaf, Mashed Potatoes and Green Beans BBQ Beans and Brown Rice from […] (...more)
    1 Feb 2013 at 7:00am       

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  • Veganism: A Truth Whose Time Has Come

    100 posts in the feed.

    Butterflies Katz is a writer, author, chef, activist, poet, veganic gardener, vegan for 33 years. She's been a pioneer in vegan diets for dogs. Her essays and articles have been regularly published in magazines such as the Vegan Voice.

  • 100+ Vegan-Owned~Vegan Businesses Worldwide
    Divided by country, this special feature shines a spotlight on over 100 vegan-owned~vegan businesses, worldwide. Hopefully this post will inspire more vegan businesses to open thereby making vegan living more accessible to the public. A show of support for this sampling of vegan business owners. (Email: to be added (...more)
    15 Dec 2013 at 8:39pm       

  • A LETTER TO NONVEGANS - December 2013
    STOP it. Please. Stop believing that you have the right to demand the practice of horrifically exploiting other members of the animal kingdom, who are conscious and feeling. They share with us the capacity to suffer, sentience, pain receptors, a brain, a nervous system, faces with eyes, a desire to live. We should be able to empathize. And vegans have (...more)
    2 Dec 2013 at 8:39am       

  • A Photo Collage: The Essence of Veganism
    In the name of art, I didn't give credit on each photo. Thank-you to the animal sanctuaries,  Leilani Farm Sanctuary, Gentle Barn, C-A-L-F, Woodstock, Brightside, and Farm Sanctuary, Gentle World (, Gina Mathews, and whoever else (let me know)  for taking a (...more)
    27 Oct 2013 at 3:15pm       

  • Plenty of Pictures Proving that Pigs are Pals - NOT Pork
    Photo Credit: C-A-L-F Photo credit: C-A-L-F Photo Credit: Farm Sanctuary Marjie V Bremner Photo Credit: C-A-L-F (...more)
    27 Oct 2013 at 11:47am       

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  • Turning Veganese

    10 posts in the feed.

    "I think I'm turning vegan-ese... I really think so." Christie, Melissa and Brent turn long time omniverous favorites into delicious vegan versions, invent their own creative dishes, and take on an occasional topic of nutrition.

  • Cookies!
    Hi. My name is Melissa and I don’t like baking. This has been true from the time I was 8, had mixed together some cake batter, and then was too terrified to put it in the oven. Fast forward to last month, when I heard about the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap. The GREAT FOOD BLOGGER […] (...more)
    11 Dec 2013 at 6:00am       

  • Hot pot!
    When Brent and I are feeling particularly lazy but still want to eat something healthy, we make hot pot. This is an East Asian fun thing that can be enjoyed by small groups of friends or just your family. We use a simple electric wok that’s resistant to tipping over and fill it with our […] (...more)
    18 Nov 2013 at 7:06am       

  • Easy Roasted Brussels Sprouts
    We write about Brussels sprouts quite a bit, and it’s because they are freaking delicious! They’re definitely a winter veggie for me. I see a Brussels sprout and I think of Thanksgiving and Christmas and Sunday dinners. I’ve toyed around with several recipes, but I finally found one that I think is going to be […] (...more)
    13 Nov 2013 at 6:48am       

  • The Lazy Vegan: Sweet Sunday Breakfast
    When I think about family meals, I find myself being truly grateful that my parents and siblings and I always ate at the table, together. My parents would cook, we would set the table, get our drinks, and then it would just be us and our meal. There was never any radio or TV or […] (...more)
    10 Nov 2013 at 8:27am       

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  • What The Hell Does a Vegan Eat Anyway?

    100 posts in the feed.

    A simple vegan blog about what we eat everyday. This blog came together because once people know we're vegan, the first question we get asked is...What The Hell Does A Vegan Eat Anyway?

  • Manicotti with Crepes filled with Vegan Ricotta topped with Tomato Sauce
    Dinner 11/23 Manicotti with Crepes filled with Vegan Ricotta topped with Tomato Sauce So, this happened... The savory crepes are from from VwaV, Ricotta from here plus tomato sauce. (...more)
    23 Nov 2013 at 8:58pm       

  • No-Knead Bread
    Bread 11/23 No-Knead Bread I wanted to give this bread its own entry... Liz has dialed in the right hydration to flour ratio for the no-knead bread -- which is a little different when using Einkorn flour (as opposed to the all-purpose flour). Previously, they were a little too wet when trying to convert the recipe (...more)
    23 Nov 2013 at 8:38pm       

  • Mahjouba (Algerian Crepes), White Bean Stew and Roasted Cauliflower with Pesto
    Dinner 11/08 Mahjouba (Algerian Crepes) White Bean Stew Roasted Cauliflower with Pesto We made these delicious crepes last year from this Saveur recipe using our trusty cast-iron skillet to fry these up. A perfect way to start off a Friday evening. Served along with a (...more)
    8 Nov 2013 at 8:29pm       

  • A Brief Announcement
    A Brief Announcement 10/31 Apologies, visitors from the future! There's going to be many, many pictures posted between now and the end of 2013, but little in the way of info. Another project has taken a majority of our available time. In the meantime, enjoy the pretty pictures of vegan food! (...more)
    31 Oct 2013 at 10:54am       

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  • The Streets I Know

    100 posts in the feed.

    This is a blog about all things vegan and fashionable. Helping you put compassion into fashion. For the planet, for the animals & for the people.

  • Tumblr This. Tumblr That.
    Tumble on over to my tumblr for quick cruelty free fashion finds. You can find it HERE. (...more)
    16 Oct 2013 at 10:22am       

  • I Want: Galaxy Print Dress
    Just checking in to say that this dress from Dorthy Perkins is out of this world. Galaxy Print Dipped Hem Maxi from Dorthy PerkinsImage Credit: Dorthy Perkins (...more)
    18 Apr 2013 at 2:14pm       

  • Muse: Sonia Delaunay
    I am truly inspired by Art Deco artist & designer Sonia Delaunay's 70 year span of work. I hope to one day be as talented & prolific of a textile designer as she was. If you watch this video below you will surely understand why I and many many other people admire her unique talent & strong spirit so. (...more)
    17 Apr 2013 at 2:00pm       

  • Feeling A Little Mad Men
    A few weeks ago I purchased a pair of sweet sweet gold & black earrings from Adam Rabbit. Whenever I wear these stunners at work and have to remove them to talk on the phone I feel like a character from Mad Men. Which is really not a bad thing at all.... Top Image Source: Google ImagesBottom Image Source: Adam Rabbit (...more)
    16 Apr 2013 at 11:35am       

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  • We're All Animals

    150 posts in the feed.

    I am a professor of U.S. History at the University of Waterloo, father, companion, writer, film & TV fanatic, vegan (ex-omnivore) and a supporter of animal and human rights and nonviolence. I live with two kids, two cats and a bearded dragon

  • An Inspiring Video from the Saints at Edgar's Mission
    Have you ever heard of Edgar's Mission? It's a wonderful farm sanctuary in Australia. They've been doing great work to help animals for years. More than 300 animals live at Edgar's Mission, which consists of 60 breathtaking acres in Victoria, Australia. If you get a chance, check out Edgar's Mission's Website Here. (...more)
    13 Aug 2013 at 7:33pm       

  • A Town in Texas That Loves its Chickens (in a good way!!)
    The town of Bastrop, Texas (pop. 7,218), has become a huge chicken sanctuary! No kidding! And from watching this video, the folks in town are fiercely protective of their Poultry Population! They even have Chicken Crossing Signs in town! "This is one animal loving community," says Kay Garcia McAnally, (...more)
    10 Aug 2013 at 2:58pm       

    For the record: I'm thrilled to hear about the new Stem Cell/Petri Dish "Frankenburgers." If there's a chance these uber-costly hamburgers might one day plummet in price and take the place of millions and millions slaughtered cows, then I say hallelujah! Bring it on! The unveiling of Frankenburger ("It's alive! It's alive!") this past (...more)
    10 Aug 2013 at 2:42pm       

  • Pigs the Way Pigs Are Meant to Live!
    Here is a pair of heartwarming videos that show a different way that pigs can live. Instead of being emptied out of long trucks into slaughterhouses, they can live the good life of freedom like these beautiful pigs swimming in the crystal blue waters of the Bahamas. Two things about this video are apparent: 1) Pigs love their (...more)
    8 Aug 2013 at 8:55pm       

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  • Snargleplexon

    10 posts in the feed.

    Vegan commentary from an abolitionist perspective in the form of articles and jokes from a world where we must hypocritically convince aliens not to dine on us.

  • “Eat Like You Care” and Michael Vick
    via Prof. Gary Francione’s Facebook page update: This morning (from the U.K.): A wonderful book. One of the reviews mentioned that rather than to persuade the reader of your position, you get the reader to see that they already believe carries the implication that they should be vegan. Brilliant! It is clearly written. I loved […] (...more)
    24 Jul 2013 at 5:51am       

  • Email Response to a Vegan-Curious
    Begin vegan with a nonvegan spouse can be challenging but it's totally doable. Think of it like trying to quit smoking while living with a smoker. (...more)
    10 May 2013 at 9:04am       

  • Why The Dalai Lama is Full of It
    The Dalai Lama eats animals, and having people kill animals for him to eat is the opposite of compassion. (...more)
    3 May 2013 at 8:38am       

  • Can Kids “Make Up Their Own Minds” About Veganism?
    A vegan diet provides a consistent, clear and truly compassionate framework built on honesty, healthy eating, love and, yes, even on justice. (...more)
    19 Aug 2012 at 11:37am       

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  • The GirlieGirl Army

    10 posts in the feed.

    "Your Glamazon Guide to Green Living; a call to arms for badass baby divas and head turning cougars, who want to save the planet from hacky sack and doom at the same time."

  • This Aint Yo Mama's Spring Cleaning
    As the weather warms and life begins to spring forth after a lengthy frost, are you finding that your closet is bursting with excess or Continue Reading » The post This Aint Yo Mama’s Spring Cleaning appeared first on GirlieGirl Army. (...more)
    20 May 2013 at 7:58am       

  • The Coolest Thing To Hang On Your Wall: DIY Wood Block Photos
    Those canvas print photos are sort of lovely, but also border on cheesy, especially unframed.  And the problem with framing is the cost -$100 and Continue Reading » The post The Coolest Thing To Hang On Your Wall: DIY Wood Block Photos appeared first on GirlieGirl Army. (...more)
    18 May 2013 at 8:04am       

  • 10 Reasons You Should Consign Your Kids Clothes
    Most parents are all too familiar with how quickly kids grow out of just about everything you've bought for them – clothes, shoes, toys, backpacks, Continue Reading » The post 10 Reasons You Should Consign Your Kids Clothes appeared first on GirlieGirl Army. (...more)
    17 May 2013 at 6:08am       

  • Juice Remedies
    Natural juice remedies are just the  right prescription for some ailments. Veggie cocktails target bad cholesterol,  arthritis, headaches and more. Drinking to good health via Continue Reading » The post Juice Remedies appeared first on GirlieGirl Army. (...more)
    16 May 2013 at 7:11am       

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  • Viceless Food

    9 posts in the feed.

    "My name is Jean and I am a vegan living in the heart of dairy country in New Zealand. I love to cook and I want to promote vegan food as a healthy option which sacrifices nothing in taste. Like Chef Gusteau in the movie Ratatouille, I believe anyone can cook and aim to create recipes which are impossible to botch up. I am currently working on improving my food photography so that my food will look as good as it smells and tastes. In the meanwhile, please trust me…I wouldn’t post a recipe unless I am confident it is good!"

  • Smoky Tofu WIIMG Salad
    WIIMG = Whatever Is In My Garden (or Whatever is in my fridge (WIIMF)). Smoky Tofu Mix marinade together in a bowl: 1 tablespoon maple syrup 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 teaspoon soy sauce (I used tamari, but Braggs or any soy sauce will do) 1/4 teaspoon ground cumin 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 … (...more)
    18 Apr 2013 at 11:08pm       

  • Mushroom and Paprika Soup
    On low heat in wok or large frying pan Heat 3 tablespoons olive oil Add 3 garlic cloves, peeled and chopped 1 tablespoon smoked paprika 4 cups (10-15) sliced white mushrooms Cook for 5 minutes and then take off heat. Bring to boil in soup pot and cook for 10 minutes 8 cups vegetable stock … (...more)
    4 Nov 2012 at 6:30pm       

  • Very, Very Rich Chocolate Ginger Cheesecake
    Wish me luck…this is my entry for tomorrow’s office bake-off. To call this rich is probably an understatement. I didn’t receive many recipes from my request for help to beat all the non-vegan cooks,  so I figured I had better stop being lazy and create something myself. Base Grease (20-25cm/8-10 inch) spring-form cake tin or … (...more)
    26 Jul 2012 at 2:19am       

  • Peanut Butter Tempeh
    This recipe started as an attempt to make a vegan version of butter chicken.  It tasted great and I thought I had created the perfect vegan non-butter non-chicken.  But when I walked past an Indian restaurant and smelled real butter chicken, I realised I had not created vegan butter chicken at all.  However what I … (...more)
    4 Jul 2012 at 1:43am       

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  • PaleoVeganology

    100 posts in the feed.

    This blog focuses "on issues related to both veganism and paleontology, my two biggest passions; I live by one and am working towards a master's degree in the other. It may seem a strange combination, but hopefully you'll come to see otherwise by reading this humble blog. In my mind, both subjects converge in their connection to issues of climate change, evolution, human health, and H. sapiens' impact and place in the web of life. I think you'll find that using those two concepts -- veganism and paleontology -- as lenses can be the key to a wide range of interesting and vitally important subjects; hence, the title of this blog.

  • Cannibalism: Another Missing Link In The Paleo Diet
    Look, there's Science!TM to back up my month of cannibalism: Homo habilis used stone tools to de-flesh one another's skulls. So did archaic Homo sapiens. And there's lots more right here. There are some pretty good, if imprecise, recipes available with a quick Google search, too. Though I'd appreciate some reader recipes, (...more)
    16 Mar 2013 at 5:12pm       

  • Cannibal For A Month
    In honor of Alex Jamieson's recent conversion, I have decided to listen to my body, too. Starting tomorrow, I will be cannibal for a month. I mean, I appreciate the compassionate motives of all those wonderful people in the world who just can't bring themselves to eat other people. But I can't live a lie anymore. I've craved this for years. (...more)
    9 Mar 2013 at 2:48pm       

  • Farewell, Anonymi
    In an attempt to cut down on the number of Anonymi posting here, I have changed the comments settings to require a registered Google or OpenID avatar. I know it's not foolproof, but I want to hold people to a modicum of accountability for their comments. (...more)
    3 Mar 2013 at 3:54pm       

  • Paleo Parasite Profile 1: Giardia lamblia
    It's been nearly a year now, so I'm no longer sure whether it was Plant Positive or me who first brought to light the connection between parasitic infection and low lipid profiles in primitive human populations (I mentioned it briefly in my post about grain blamers). But if there was ever a contest between us, he won it last week by posting an excellent (...more)
    1 Jan 2013 at 5:35pm       

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  • We Other Animals

    100 posts in the feed.

    I've been vegan for 12 years. I'm also a doctoral candidate, a step father, an immigrant, a tennis player, a pirate (I don't care what the quiz says), a cyclist, a poet and a concerned citizen.

  • New Outreach Posters (Be fair! Go vegan!)
    Two new posters from Jo and me. For those who are concerned about this sort of thing, the approximate representation of the U.S. grade level needed to comprehend the text for Flesch Kincaid is 2.79 (so, just below third-grade reading level). The Flesch Reading ease is 85.64%. (...more)
    21 Feb 2012 at 6:07pm       

  • Is veganism healthy?
    As an abolitionist, I promote veganism because animal use is unfair. However, one of the common questions about and objections to veganism is whether veganism is nutritionally sound or healthy. It is important to understand the question of health as a vegan generally, as well as it place in the education process.  Sensational stories (...more)
    14 Jan 2012 at 10:48am       

  • Being funny (and why it's important)
    As is often the case with my blog, I try to teach other advocates.  I try to teach them not only how to be better advocates (which strikes me as kind of a smaller endeavour), but how to be better persons (which is often herculean).  But for all those vegans who have, hours afterward, think "I shoulda said!!!" a blog on how to be funny (and (...more)
    7 Jan 2012 at 12:28pm       

  • Abolitionizing the debate: Francione moves the public and the advocacy community left
    In no small way, 2011 has been a year that has witnessed a lot of movement in animal advocacy.  Francione's work continues to surge in popularity with advocates.  Even five years ago, there were not all that many abolitionists.  Now there are probably several hundred, perhaps thousands, active worldwide.  Active advocacy does not (...more)
    1 Jan 2012 at 2:27pm       

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