Vegan Literature

February 27, 2012

Numbers of Land Animals Eaten by Americans in 2011
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Vegetarian Guide to Toronto (2012)
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Why you should avoid eggs and dairy
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Compassionate Living Magazine [Spring/Summer 2012]
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Healthy Snacks for Kids
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Una Guía para Ayudar a Combatir el Cancer
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Nutrition for Kids: A dietary approach to lifelong health
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Tricky Vegan Questions Answered
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Serving Vegans at Dinner Parties
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Good and Bad Charities (UK)
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Lucy Goes Veg – Cute PETA Comic
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Suma vegan list
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Peter Ebdon Vegan
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Mad Cow Disease: the human health risks associated with eating meat
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Vegetarian Guide to San Diego
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The Pet Bird Crisis
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La Razon De Ser Vegetariano Estricto: Compasión En Acción
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Vegetarian Guide to Baltimore
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Which to pet, which to eat?
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Suma vegan list
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Dog Food at Loving Hut
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Something to eat or someone to respect?
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Leather is a global killer
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Food for Life Poster
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Cruelty of the British Pig Industry
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The truth about sheep farming
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Climate Change and Diet
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Alma Win vegan products catalogue
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Find out what high-fat meals do to your body
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A Pig is Punched in the Face
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Why you should avoid eating turkey
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Vegan dishes in under 35 minutes
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American Vegan Newsletter [Fall 2011]
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Vegan Culinary Experience [January 2012]
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Boycott Mars Candy
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The trouble with animal farming
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Mothers Want Their Babies Back
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Slaughterhouse Suffering
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Compassionate Living Magazine [Fall/Winter 2011]
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Vegetarian Guide to Chicago (2nd Edition)
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Meat, dairy, eggs and food poisoning
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Compassionate Christmas Guide
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For more starter kit booklets and a wide range of other vegetarian and vegan literature, visit www.scribd.com/veganfuture


The story of Hope the Hen

February 26, 2012

During the pre-dawn hours of a cold December morning, two undercover Mercy For Animals investigators discovered a hen they later named Hope. She had been tossed in a trashcan by a worker at the egg farm and left to die amid the rotting bodies of countless dead hens.

As one investigator recalled, “The already unbearable consciousness of this hell worsened when I noticed movement in one of the trash bins. I easily would have mistaken this hen, determined to survive, for a lifeless corpse had she not lifted her tiny head, stared at me with curiosity, and blinked her eyes from atop the pile.”

Hope was given a second chance at life that morning when investigators reached into that rusted steel bin and lifted her to safety. Today, after being left for dead by the egg industry, Hope has fully recovered. Her sinus infection, wing hematoma, bruises, abrasions, and damaged feathers have all been treated and cured. Today she lives free of the cruel battery cage, enjoying the company of other rescued chickens on a wonderful farmed animal sanctuary.

From the Mercy for Animals website
http://www.chooseveg.com/eggs.asp

Say No to eggs. Go Vegan.
Download the Mercy for Animals Vegetarian Starter Guide now.


Pizza Hut Ireland – Vegan Pizza

February 25, 2012

Pizza Hut Ireland has confirmed that customers can bring their own vegan cheese for use as a topping on pizzas ordered at branches.

A spokesperson has said that “all Pizza Hut pizzas can be vegetarian, but only pan pizzas can be vegan” and that “all stores are more than happy to work around dietary needs.”

You are advised to get in touch with your local branch before visiting. Product information sheets are available to read at each branch.

Hopefully Pizza Hut will include vegan pizzas on their menu in the future.


If You Love Animals, Don’t Eat Them

February 25, 2012
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A Bay Area Vegetarian guide to why you should stop eating meat, eggs and dairy products and go vegan.

Make a donation to the Bay Area Vegetarians at
http://www.bayareaveg.org/donate.htm


The environmental consequences of human food choices

February 23, 2012
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In this Vegetarian Network Victoria booklet, discover the links between environmental destruction and the food choices you make.

You are encouraged to go vegan to help the planet and stop the devastation being caused by the meat and dairy industries.

Find out more about Vegetarian Network Victoria and make a donation at http://www.vnv.org.au/site/

Go vegan for the planet today. Download a vegan starter guide.


8 Vegan Recipes

February 23, 2012
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Find out more about Vegan Campaigns at
http://www.vegancampaigns.org.uk/


Vegan Dishes in under 35 minutes

February 20, 2012
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A Vegan Society leaflet showing you how to make delicious vegan dishes in less than 35 minutes.

www.vegansociety.com


Avoid Leather, Down, Silk, Wool

February 19, 2012
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Factsheet from Action for Animals exposing the suffering caused to animals by the leather, down, wool and silk industries.

You are encouraged to choose humane alternatives that don’t involve animals.

http://www.afa-online.org
www.veganstarterpack.com


Vegan dishes in under 35 minutes

February 19, 2012
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A Vegan Society leaflet showing you how to make delicious vegan dishes in less than 35 minutes.

www.vegansociety.com


Don’t Wear Silk

February 19, 2012
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This Spinning Lies booklet from VIVA exposes the cruelty of the silk industry and encourages you to avoid purchasing items containing silk.

Find out more at www.thebigcoverup.org.uk/

Visit the VIVA website at www.viva.org.uk