What’s in your carton of milk?

September 18, 2012
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A Coalition to Fight Factory Farming presentation.


Don’t offer my child milk at school

September 9, 2012
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A letter to print out and give to the head teacher, or principal at your child’s school. The letter makes it clear that you do not want milk to be offered to your child.

The health risks associated with dairy consumption are highlighted in the letter along with some suggested alternatives for your child to be offered.

This letter was composed by the Vegetarian and Vegan Foundation – www.vegetarian.org.uk For more information, see their White Lies booklet.


Cruelty of the British Pig Industry

March 31, 2012
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Find out more about Animal Equality at http://www.animalequality.net

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Waitrose Vegan List

March 6, 2012
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A list of vegan products available to purchase at Waitrose supermarket.

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What high-fat meals do to your body

March 3, 2012

 

This PCRM fact sheet tells you what happens to your body in the hours after consuming a high-fat meal.

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For your health, choose a vegan diet.

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VeganFuture Video Wall

May 26, 2008

The monthly VeganFuture video wall includes features vegan recipes, health advice, celebrity interviews and insights into the animal suffering caused by the meat industry.

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Baking without Eggs

April 14, 2008

Most baked goods that don’t require much leavening and only call for one egg can easily be made without the egg—just add two or three additional tablespoons of liquid to the batter.
To lighten baked goods, try Ener-G’s Egg Replacer or one of the following (equivalent to one egg):

• ¼ Cup applesauce or mashed banana .
• 3 Teaspoons silken tofu blended with the recipe’s liquid ingredients .
• 2 Teaspoons cornstarch mixed with 2 teaspoons water

More useful information on vegetarian and vegan cooking is available in the Vegan Outreach booklet – Guide to Cruelty-Free Eating
http://www. veganoutreach. org/guide/gce. pdf