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

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

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

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Edamame Burger With Cilantro Wasabi Aioli [Vegan]
Sick of the same old veggie burger and ketchup? Why not give it an Asian spin!
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How to Argue Against Vivisection in the 21st Century (by Ray Greek, M.D.)
Two years later and we still find ourselves returning to the arguments presented below by Dr. Ray Greek to refute proponents...
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Six Challenges to “Humane” Animal Product Claims
The movement to treat farm animals better is based on the idea that it is wrong to subject them to...
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10 Foods to Help Get Rid of Stress
Dealing with stress? Chinese medicine expert Heather Lounsbury shares the best foods for optimal health.
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Niman’s Naturalistic Fallacy
  In her book Defending Beef, Nicolette Hahn Niman absolves the act of eating meat from moral inquiry on the grounds...
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Gentle World: A Brief History
When Light and I became vegan in February of 1970, there was one reason and one reason only. It wasn’t...
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