quoilecanard:

tyleruchiha:

nekomarie:

st00pid-vegunz:

A 15 minute meal you’ll forget in a week isn’t worth this. Educate yourself. 
Slaughterhouse: The Shocking Story of Greed, Neglect, and Inhumane Treatment Inside the U.S. Meat Industry



Earthlings


This. This is why I have given up meat again. Finally. No amount of iron deficiency is going to best me this time. Educate yourself. If you choose to eat meat after then that’s entirely up to you but at least know WHAT happens to your food when it’s alive and feeling, before it gets to you.

BULLSHIT!! I’ve worked in one of these places. They are given a lethal injection and they just lay down and die painlessly. Ok, some places will be cruel and break laws like all businesses do but most follow strict guidelines laid down by animal welfare.And we’re meant to eat meat, that’s what our pointy teeth are for! To tear meat from bones!

A lethal injection? You do realize that no place anywhere in the world does that because if you gave them a lethal injection, those toxic and LETHAL chemicals would be in that animal’s system and their flesh would absorb all of that and it would end up poisoning whoever ate it? Where the fuck did you get that ridiculous bullshit?
Slaughterhouses give them bullets into their brains (which more often than not hits the wrong part of the brain so they die very slowly and very painfully) or slit their throats while they are still alive, because injecting chemicals isn’t possible if you plan on eating their dead body. The only way to slaughter animals so people can eat them is to… well, slaughter them. So no, animals are not killed painlessly or instantly. And they sure as hell don’t get the luxury of comfort or lying down before death. Get the fuck out of here with your blatant fucking lies. You’re just trying to spread misinformation so that people will feel better about needlessly killing animals, yourself included.
But really, who even fucking cares? We would never say it’s okay to kill dogs all sweet and cozily while they’re laying down in a nice warm bed just so we can later chop them up and eat their body parts. That would still be animal cruelty because you are unnecessarily taking that animal’s life. Why the fuck should you think it’s okay to do that to other animals?

quoilecanard:

tyleruchiha:

nekomarie:

st00pid-vegunz:

A 15 minute meal you’ll forget in a week isn’t worth this. 
Educate yourself. 

This. This is why I have given up meat again. Finally. No amount of iron deficiency is going to best me this time. Educate yourself. If you choose to eat meat after then that’s entirely up to you but at least know WHAT happens to your food when it’s alive and feeling, before it gets to you.

BULLSHIT!! I’ve worked in one of these places. They are given a lethal injection and they just lay down and die painlessly. Ok, some places will be cruel and break laws like all businesses do but most follow strict guidelines laid down by animal welfare.
And we’re meant to eat meat, that’s what our pointy teeth are for! To tear meat from bones!

A lethal injection? You do realize that no place anywhere in the world does that because if you gave them a lethal injection, those toxic and LETHAL chemicals would be in that animal’s system and their flesh would absorb all of that and it would end up poisoning whoever ate it? Where the fuck did you get that ridiculous bullshit?

Slaughterhouses give them bullets into their brains (which more often than not hits the wrong part of the brain so they die very slowly and very painfully) or slit their throats while they are still alive, because injecting chemicals isn’t possible if you plan on eating their dead body. The only way to slaughter animals so people can eat them is to… well, slaughter them. So no, animals are not killed painlessly or instantly. And they sure as hell don’t get the luxury of comfort or lying down before death. Get the fuck out of here with your blatant fucking lies. You’re just trying to spread misinformation so that people will feel better about needlessly killing animals, yourself included.

But really, who even fucking cares? We would never say it’s okay to kill dogs all sweet and cozily while they’re laying down in a nice warm bed just so we can later chop them up and eat their body parts. That would still be animal cruelty because you are unnecessarily taking that animal’s life. Why the fuck should you think it’s okay to do that to other animals?

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soycrates:

Enjoy! Why not go vegan, or help someone go vegan today?

wearebleat:

New Vegan Social Network, launching May 1st. http://ble.at

wearebleat:

New Vegan Social Network, launching May 1st. http://ble.at

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veganasfuck:

Vegan resource list: 

Reasons to go vegan:

Ethical:

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

Health:

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

Environmental: 

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

Vegan documentaries/informative video material:

(Links are to free-streams of them.)

Earthlings.

Forks Over Knives.

Vegucated.

Food Inc.

The Cove.

Meet your meat.

Warning. Some of these links contain graphic materials, or videos that do not cater to ignorance.

They will upset you, shock you, and educate you. To those of you who are upset by the images, think about how you are contributing to this, think, and learn. All I ask is that you don’t go around blindly ignorant, and do all you can, to change that.

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vegansaurus:

It’s spring in New York, and time for the April Vegan Shop-Up at Pine Box Rock Shop! ETHIOPIAN BRUNCH, you guys! Are you going? It’s so close to my new place, I have no excuse not to go. So, see you there? Check out the vendors list if you need more encouragement.
The April Vegan Shop-Up goes from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, at Pine Box Rock Shop, 12 Grattan St. (like a block from the Morgan L). Vegan shopping + eating + booze, what could be finer?

You should probably go to this. With me. Please. Thank you.

vegansaurus:

It’s spring in New York, and time for the April Vegan Shop-Up at Pine Box Rock Shop! ETHIOPIAN BRUNCH, you guys! Are you going? It’s so close to my new place, I have no excuse not to go. So, see you there? Check out the vendors list if you need more encouragement.

The April Vegan Shop-Up goes from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, at Pine Box Rock Shop, 12 Grattan St. (like a block from the Morgan L). Vegan shopping + eating + booze, what could be finer?

You should probably go to this. With me. Please. Thank you.

thatvegancosplayer:

pureveganimagination:

vegan-art:

www.etsy.com/shop/crobinsondesign

I love Christy Robinson’s necklaces!! I have both a pig and a turkey that say “Friend not food” :)

I have one of her necklaces. It’s a little silhouette of a rabbit that says “Vegan” on it. 
I wear it every day when I’m working in my restaurant. :)

thatvegancosplayer:

pureveganimagination:

vegan-art:

www.etsy.com/shop/crobinsondesign

I love Christy Robinson’s necklaces!! I have both a pig and a turkey that say “Friend not food” :)

I have one of her necklaces. It’s a little silhouette of a rabbit that says “Vegan” on it. 

I wear it every day when I’m working in my restaurant. :)

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vegansofig:

Okay New York, here’s a meet up for you! The first Vegan Drinks NYC of 2013 is THIS Thursday, January 31, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. Hosted by SuperVegan at Fontana’s Bar, located at 105 Eldridge Street on the Lower East Side.
If you’re interested in meeting other vegans head out to this event. If you’re looking to start a meetup of your own, Vegan Drinks is the perfect place to start and get some ideas. They’re on it!
No cover. It’s free! If you have any questions, everything can be answered at vegandrinks.org/faq. I can’t make it as I’m in LA, but please take lots of picture and tag #VeganDrinksNYC.
Hope you can make it. Have fun! #VegansofIG
http://instagram.com/p/VFzWQCmiTz/

vegansofig:

Okay New York, here’s a meet up for you! The first Vegan Drinks NYC of 2013 is THIS Thursday, January 31, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. Hosted by SuperVegan at Fontana’s Bar, located at 105 Eldridge Street on the Lower East Side.

If you’re interested in meeting other vegans head out to this event. If you’re looking to start a meetup of your own, Vegan Drinks is the perfect place to start and get some ideas. They’re on it!

No cover. It’s free! If you have any questions, everything can be answered at vegandrinks.org/faq. I can’t make it as I’m in LA, but please take lots of picture and tag #VeganDrinksNYC.

Hope you can make it. Have fun! #VegansofIG

http://instagram.com/p/VFzWQCmiTz/




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Vegan Egg Substitutes

thevegancheese:

Just as a reminder, tofu can be used in other egg-based recipes to make them vegan! Tofu comes in many different texture varieties, ranging from silken to firm. Depending on what you plan to cook, you’ll need to figure out what type of tofu you’ll need.

Here are some vegan “egg” recipes:

Tofu scramble

Vegan omelette

Vegan spinach quiche

Vegan egg trick muffin

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veganrecipecollection:

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babycakesnyc:

Our NYC bakery has created these Pumpkin Madeleines (with either chocolate or cinnamon sugar coating) just for you! Pick them up anytime between now and Sunday, mention this post and get 20% off!

You don’t have to ask me twice!

babycakesnyc:

Our NYC bakery has created these Pumpkin Madeleines (with either chocolate or cinnamon sugar coating) just for you! Pick them up anytime between now and Sunday, mention this post and get 20% off!

You don’t have to ask me twice!

mmmplants:

Vegan Pumpkin Pie Cinnamon Rolls.  Get recipe here: http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2011/10/vegan-pumpkin-pecan-cinnamon-rolls.html?m=1