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What's So Wrong With Milk?  Learn the truth about milk, and understand this important part of vegan ethics.  

Watch this powerful movie, and learn about the deep connection between Jewish tradition and veg. ethics.

The Perks and Problems with Parve for Vegans: What do the symbols mean, and why does everyone think that we can eat fish?

Explore our growing collection of recipes, including vegified versions of Jewish classics (even matzo ball soup!)

See the connections between Jewish holidays and compassion for animals, health and social justice.

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The Top 15 Vegan Recipes of 2014
From mac 'n' cheese to veganized Girl Scout cookies, we unveil the year's most popular (and downright delicious) vegan recipes.
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25 EPIC Christmas Themed Cookies [Vegan]
Christmas cookies are a quintessential part of childhood memories and a tradition that never seems to get old during this...
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Convenient Untruths
In this profound article, author Anat Pick reflects upon how an early childhood experience influenced her life’s work through to today,...
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Happy Milk
A few days ago I wrote about the connection between the pharmaceutical industry and animal agriculture. The gist of the...
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Interview  with Robert Grillo, Founder and Director of Free from Harm
This interview with Free from Harm founder and director Robert Grillo was recently published by the Eugene Veg Education Network...
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The Magic Rabbit
Yesterday, while staying in my home town of Wellington, New Zealand, I visited an historic house constructed in the 1800s. The ‘Colonial...
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