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  • Expression
    3 weeks ago
    by pundot
    +17 +1

    Grass-fed Beef — The Most Vegan Item In The Supermarket

    Probably the most vegan item you can buy in the supermarket is a pound of grass-fed beef.

  • Expression
    2 weeks ago
    by ubthejudge
    +2 +1

    Why Dismissing Taco Bell’s Vegan Options is Classist

    Sitting down to write an editorial for Scapi always feels like I’m wading into some controversial space to make a point when no one asked. That’s why I was so excited when I ended up on the Chicago Vegans Facebook page and was treated to a manifestation of why I went Vegan and some of my biggest frustrations with the culture. Over the past couple of days, (and I missed the OP,) the group has been in discussion on “how Vegan is Taco Bell really?” For the most part, the people of Chicago have spoken my truth, which is that Taco Bell is the best option in an otherwise barren wasteland of low-cost options.

  • Current Event
    1 month ago
    by geoleo
    +3 +1

    WATCH: Benedict Cumberbatch Says He's Vegan in 'Avengers' Interviews

    It’s official—mega-talented British actor Benedict Cumberbatch is vegan. While promoting the highly anticipated Avengers: Infinity War, the Dr. Strange actor mentioned—during three separate interviews—his vegan diet. During an interview with Time Out London, the actor was asked if he had to eat anything “gross” like “egg whites” to stay in shape for the movie. He promptly answered, “No, no—well, I eat a plant-based diet”:

  • Video/Audio
    3 years ago
    by mtnrg
    +1 +1

    What do YOU think? ...(NSFW - Lang)

    Definitely a controversial video. Actually do something productive with your day and watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce4DJh-L7Ys

  • Analysis
    2 years ago
    by Traveler
    +20 +1

    There is poop in basically all hamburger meat

    But there's less bacteria—and way fewer antibiotic-resistant strains—in grass-fed beef than conventional, Consumer Reports finds.

  • Expression
    11 months ago
    by kong88
    +20 +1

    This woman wrote a book about the history of pork - and it made her become a vegan

    “Every vegan seems to have their own lightbulb moment when something clicked and they stopped eating animal products,” says Cambridge University archaeologist Dr Pía Spry-Marqués, who committed to a plant-only diet two years ago as she researched the history of pork. “My son was born three years ago and I was nursing him. People looked at me funny for breastfeeding my child, and yet it was fine to drink lattes with cow’s milk, or eat chocolate spread,” she recalls to The Independent.

  • Expression
    10 months ago
    by Apolatia
    +15 +1

    Vegan Dog Lives To 189 Years (Dog Years!)

    Have you heard about the veggie-eating dog who lived to the ripe age of 27? That’s 189 dog years! The dog, Bramble, a blue merle Collie, lived in the UK and held the Guinness World Record for being the oldest living dog at the time. What’s most amazing about this story is that the dog actually lived on a vegan diet of rice, lentils and organic vegetables.

  • Current Event
    10 months ago
    by weekendhobo
    +14 +1

    Why everyone should go vegan immediately

    It was announced this week that all slaughterhouses in England will have to install CCTV cameras, in a Government move to try to improve animal welfare on UK farms. As a lover of animals, you’d think I would be thrilled at this news. Instead I can’t help but continue to wonder why on earth we are killing animals in the first place. It shouldn’t be a question of whether or not it’s caught on camera.

  • Current Event
    10 months ago
    by geoleo
    +24 +1

    You really can eat vegan as a college student. Here’s how.

    Like many vegans, I am often asked what I eat. The answer: a lot. Vegans only eat foods that come from plants. I don’t eat any animal or animal-derived products: no meat, dairy or eggs. Despite being a college student on a budget, and having limited dorm kitchen supplies, I rarely have trouble figuring out what to eat. You do not have to buy special food to stay healthy as a vegan. Here are some tips I use to maintain my diet. You can find this complete story on our College Town site.

  • Current Event
    7 months ago
    by hxxp
    +23 +1

    Why I became a vegan – and why you should, too

    In early October, I surprised my family, friends and colleagues by announcing that I had become a vegan. Up until then, I wasn’t even vegetarian. I loved sausages, I ate chicken several times a week and I couldn’t imagine living without cheese. I have, of course, known for a long time that animal farming is a nasty business. Like everyone, I have seen those distressing pictures of the conditions endured by poultry, cattle and pigs in factory farms.

  • Current Event
    5 months ago
    by everlost
    +16 +1

    The rise of the vegans: Are we falling out of love with meat?

    Facts, figures and busted myths: Why going vegan is on the up, and why you might even like to try it yourself.As the UK finishes the last of its turkey sandwiches, eats all the cheese it can handle and drinks the last drops of wine, the focus shifts to changes to be made for the new year. And each year, more and more people are going vegan.

  • Current Event
    5 months ago
    by larylin
    +15 +1

    Want to Sell Vegan Food? Don’t Call It ‘Vegan,’ Says Expert

    If you’ve ever eaten at a quality vegan restaurant with a non-vegan, you’ve likely heard this statement: “Man, this stuff is amazing for vegan food!” That final qualifier underscores an interesting contradiction recently put forth by an expert in the field of food sustainability: The best way to sell more vegetarian and vegan food might be to not even point out that its vegetarian or vegan at all.

  • Current Event
    4 months ago
    by everlost
    +13 +1

    'Vegans call me murderer and rapist'

    Veganism has been described as the fastest growing lifestyle movement. For some concern about animal welfare leads them to actively campaign against all forms of the meat industry. But are some of those activists taking it too far? "When you're being called murderers and rapists, that is overstepping the mark, for fairly obvious reasons," says Alison Waugh, a trainee farmer in Northumberland. She has received death threats due to her work and told the Victoria Derbyshire programme other farmers are feeling threatened.

  • Expression
    4 months ago
    by belangermira
    +4 +1

    Where To Find Vegan, Ethical and Eco-Friendly Hiking Boots

    Since I live on a 120-acre property with mixed parts of flat, bushy, rocky and hilly terrain, hiking boots form an essential part of my sustainable wardrobe. I’d been wearing my Mamahuhu boots which has been a welcome change to gumboots, but they’re not really made for off-road terrain and I feel it’s time to move on.

  • Current Event
    4 months ago
    by funhonestdude
    +9 +1

    Egg Company Reports $74M Loss Due to Vegan Alternatives

    Large egg company Cal-Maine Foods (CMF) released its earnings report for 2017, and the numbers looked dire. For the first time in over one decade, the company reported a loss of $74.3 million for the last fiscal year. The company’s profit plummeted by $24.5 million in its fourth-quarter alone—a stark contrast to the $367,000 that the company lost in the same time period last year.

  • Current Event
    3 months ago
    by aj0690
    +2 +1

    Woman who hailed veganism as a cure for her cancer and lesbianism dies of cancer

    A YouTube star who claimed a vegan lifestyle cured her breast cancer has died of cancer. Mari Lopez, who was known for blogging alongside her niece, Liz Johnson, as Mari & Liz, died from the disease in December, according to Liz - after it spread to her blood, liver, and lungs. However, Liz claims veganism could have saved her aunt - despite the spread of the disease - if only her caretaker hadn’t fed her meat.

  • Current Event
    3 months ago
    by hedman
    +17 +1

    Demand for Meat in China Is Actually Dropping as Vegan and Vegetarian Diets Gain Favor

    Talk about progress! Interest in vegan and vegetarian diets is soaring in China. This is great news considering China has the world’s LARGEST market for beef, pork, and poultry. Even with a massive meat market, a report by research firm Euromonitor shows the demand for meat has declined in recent years.

  • Expression
    3 months ago
    by dynamite
    +6 +1

    50 Best Vegan Protein Sources

     "But where do you get your protein from?" Sound familiar? We've decided to lay this question to rest once and for all by creating our list of the 50 best vegan protein sources.

  • Current Event
    3 months ago
    by Chubros
    +9 +1

    'There is no kosher meat': the Israelis full of zeal for going vegan

    There’s a wildcard option that some Israeli Jews have started using when they can’t find a restaurant with a kosher certificate: vegan food. Fresh fruits, vegetables and grains are, by most accounts, naturally kosher and as the mixing of dairy and meat is forbidden in Judaism, a safe choice is to eat somewhere that avoids both.