Post Tagged with: "Vegan lifestyle"

Total Dudes: The Vegan’s Choice Motorcycle Club

Total Dudes: The Vegan’s Choice Motorcycle Club

You think you know what it means to be a biker? You think you know what it means to be vegan? Think again! Host Elysabeth Alfano dishes with six members of the Vegan’s Choice Motorcycle Club about why they ride, why they’re vegan and just what does it really means to be manly. Buckle up for the ride! SUBSCRIBE to […]

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Designer Ditches High-End Fashion For Kind Life

Designer Ditches High-End Fashion For Kind Life

Designer, Candy Marx, says goodbye to high-end fashion for a more meaningful life.  The 35-year-old fashion footwear designer turned towards social entrepreneurship and holistic health after adopting a plant-based diet. “Wellness, animal welfare, conservation and humanitarianism have always been important to me, but I had to shift my focus and work towards what I care about.” The designer-turned-social-entrepreneur rebranded her […]

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Vegan in the Middle East – Jordanian Cuisine from Tradition to New Identity

Vegan in the Middle East – Jordanian Cuisine from Tradition to New Identity

With the growth and progression of veganism on a global scale, Jordanian cuisine is finding itself between old traditions and a new identity using time-honored recipes in modern ways to adapt to the vegan palette. With traditional Jordanian dishes like Mansaf – consisting of cooked lamb with fermented yoghurt (Jameed) and Maqluba – an upside-down dish made with rice, nuts […]

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Vegan Invasion – Arizona’s first vegan hot dog cart

Vegan Invasion – Arizona’s first vegan hot dog cart

By Fanny Bernard A Vegan walks up to a hot dog cart, V-“What vegan options do you have available?” -“Vegan? Like no meat?” V-“Correct, but also like no dairy or any animals products. Just plant-based options?” -“Umm… we have chips and pickles?” It’s no surprise that the vegan diet was predicted to be the biggest food trend of 2018. From […]

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Sara Kidd launches new retro-inspired vegan baking website

Sara Kidd launches new retro-inspired vegan baking website

Vegan baking just got a whole lot easier. Whether you’re looking to create a decadent White Chocolate Mud Cake or something fancy for high tea like Spicy Pumpkin Mini Cakes, or need to know what brands and ingredients are cruelty-free, Sara Kidd has got you covered. The former Head of Acquisitions and Marketing at film distribution company Indievillage in Sydney, […]

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Proving a Point – Our Vegan Three Peaks Challenge by Bike

Proving a Point – Our Vegan Three Peaks Challenge by Bike

By Joshua Sutton-Ziaian There’s only a certain amount of times you can hear ‘where do you get your protein from’ without getting frustrated. It’s astonishing the amount of people we meet who still see veganism as a radical diet lacking nutrients and energy. So, we decided enough was enough. My partner Sarah and I set out to prove that two […]

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A Doctor’s Tips to Being an Enlightened Eater

A Doctor’s Tips to Being an Enlightened Eater

We lead complicated lives. There is so much to do and handle daily that we end up juggling myriad responsibilities because we don’t have time to do it all. We don’t get to the important personal things–like diet and exercise–the very things that will prolong our lives and keep us healthy while living it. An enlightened eater knows that food […]

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40 Years a Vegan

40 Years a Vegan

By M. Butterflies Katz, Vegan Poet I began life as a vegan 40 years ago. It’s now 2018 and I’m no longer alone. It’s soul-stirring to witness the recognition that veganism is an international social-justice movement. When I recently compiled and published the book Why I will ALWAYS be Vegan: 125 Essays from Around the World, I spoke with vegans […]

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Gallup Poll Shows Still Very Few Vegans in America

Gallup Poll Shows Still Very Few Vegans in America

By by RJ Reinhart Animal rights activists have long encouraged Americans to adopt a plant-based diet by becoming vegetarians (abstaining from eating meat) or by becoming vegan (rejecting all animal products). However, fewer than one in 10 Americans adhere to such diets, with 5% in the U.S. now saying they are vegetarians and 3% reporting they are vegans. These numbers […]

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New Vegan Documentary ‘The End Of Meat’ to Debut this Month

New Vegan Documentary ‘The End Of Meat’ to Debut this Month

In The End of Meat, filmmaker Marc Pierschel embarks on a journey to discover what effect a post-meat world would have on the environment, the animals and ourselves. Visit website: http://www.theendofmeat.com/en.html

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