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Why Vegan? Or, the Hidden Horrors of the Dairy and Egg Industries

First of all, I want to emphasize the fact that I don’t have a problem with eating milk and eggs when they come from an extremely responsible, kind, animal-conscious farm.  The truth is that humans and animals have co-evolved over … Continue reading

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A Vegan Shopping Trip

About a week ago, when I wasn’t completely committed to my month-long veganism, I was browsing in the bookstore and happened across Victoria Moran’s Main Street Vegan.  I bought it and started reading, and immediately decided to take this change … Continue reading

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Why I Became a Vegetarian

There are hundreds of reasons why the meat industry is problematic.  Most people are either unaware of these or pretend ignorance, because thinking about industrially farmed meat is disturbing.  Obviously the easiest way to avoid these problems is to give up … Continue reading

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The Mission

We live in a complicated world.  In providing for our most basic need—food—we are faced each day with a tangled web of decisions, deceptions, and desires.  And we usually succumb to habit and simplicity.  It’s a hundred times easier to … Continue reading

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