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Serving a Meat Eater This Christmas?

Serving a Meat Eater This Christmas?

Hannah Ellis December 23, 2013 9

It’s Christmas time! The time for family… togetherness… love and… oh yeah: FOOD.  Food, glorious food. Christmas with my family has always been an incredible, bountiful feast! My mother is a phenomenal cook, my

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A Vegan Guide to Eating Out

A Vegan Guide to Eating Out

Hannah Ellis December 6, 2013 13

I’m a social person. I love going out with my wonderful friends, putting on a pretty dress and going out for a meal. Such evenings are, not only fun, but a key part of

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Why Jay-Z and Beyonce Going Vegan for 22 Days is Really Awesome

Why Jay-Z and Beyonce Going Vegan for 22 Days is Really Awesome

Ines Isabel December 5, 2013 7

Yesterday morning, after hitting snooze 3 times and deciding that I would finally wake up (which really means just open my eyes and continue to lay in bed scrolling through my Twitter, Facebook and

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Moving the Needle

Moving the Needle

Colette Rice December 2, 2013 5

Shortly before his death in 2009, Senator Ted Kennedy spoke of his greatest legislative regret: not compromising on the deal that President Nixon offered in the early 1970’s on national health care. He related

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Consume More Calm this Holiday Season

Consume More Calm this Holiday Season

Carol Schneider November 29, 2013 1

It’s that time of year  – the Holidays – the grandest consumer-fest of all. We are consumers.  We make the Consumer Price Index rise.  We are measured with the Consumer Confidence Index.  There are bureaus

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Get Ready for the First-Ever Cruelty-Free Friday

Get Ready for the First-Ever Cruelty-Free Friday

PETA November 28, 2013 0

The day after Thanksgiving has traditionally been known as Fur-Free Friday, the day when fur stores around the country can look forward to having squads of animal advocates demonstrating just outside their doors. PETA,

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Go Nuts: All About Cashews

Go Nuts: All About Cashews

Sharon Joag November 5, 2013 2

Most of us have seen cashew nuts in the grocery store: those pale white kidney shaped nuts. In scientific terms, cashews are called anacardium occidentale. They are from the same family as pistachios and

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Want Your Breast Cancer Dollars to Count? Think Outside the Pink

Want Your Breast Cancer Dollars to Count? Think Outside the Pink

PETA October 22, 2013 1

Ahhh, October. The month of shopping for the cure, walking for the cure, playing football for the cure, and doing just about everything else that one can conceive of doing “for the cure”—except actually

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So, what’s in your vegan handbag?

So, what’s in your vegan handbag?

Ines Isabel October 18, 2013 1

So, what’s in your vegan handbag? I don’t know about you, but it seems that since I’ve gone vegan and come to live this lifestyle, undercover vegan police are popping out of nowhere! I’ll

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Journey to Compassion

Journey to Compassion

Colette Rice October 17, 2013 8

Putting my groceries away today I realized that it’s been exactly two and a half years since I became a vegan. I can’t remember the last time I stuck with anything new for that

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