vegan

5 Tips for Going Vegan in the New Year

jenny Food, Health, Holidays, Veg Eating Leave a Comment

Explore lots of different recipes Common misconception: vegans eat salad every day. This couldn’t be further from the truth. There are many Facebook groups, Instagram pages and blogs dedicated to sharing delicious plant-based recipes, tutorials, tips and hacks. Check out the Academy of Culinary Nutrition’s top 50 vegan blogs for more ideas and inspiration. Try plant-based alternatives for your “old” …

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How to Mainstream Vegan Values and Actions? Science And a Little Practical Common Sense

Cheryl Leahy Animals, Campaigns, Cheryl Leahy, Veg Eating Leave a Comment

Science and a little practical common sense can mainstream vegan values and actions In my first three posts in this series on Animal Outlook’s four programs, I talked about specific strategies and tactics to move us beyond factory farming and into a world where people feel empowered by the knowledge of what’s happening to animals and how they can be …

Raised & Rooted Tyson

VICTORY: Tyson Raised & Rooted Plant-Based Line is ACTUALLY Plant-Based Now — And It’s Expanding

jenny Campaigns, Veg Eating 9 Comments

In 2019, Tyson claimed to officially enter the plant-based arena when it announced the launch of its new “plant-based” and “blended” protein line. But once the Raised & Rooted items hit store shelves, compassionate consumers were disappointed to learn that not only did the “blended” burger still contain cow meat, but even the “plant-based” nuggets still contained eggs. In December …

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St. Patrick’s Day: Go Green For Animals And The Planet

jenny Outreach, Veg Eating Leave a Comment

While you may not be able to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year by dressing in green and visiting your local Irish bar for a pint of green beer, you can still celebrate by going green for animals and for the environment by leaving animals off your plate. Skip the traditional Irish dishes that rely heavily on factory farming and …

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165,000 Lives Lost in Tragic Fire

Erin Wing Animals, Investigations, News, Veg Eating 5 Comments

Just several days ago, 165,000 lives were lost in a fire. If anyone were to read a headline like that, they would undoubtedly refer to it as a tragedy and mourn the lives lost. But when the 165,000 lives are those of chickens imprisoned at an egg factory farm, the animal agriculture industry refers to that as an unfortunate loss …