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via Prof. Gary Francione's Facebook page update: This morning (from the U.K.): A wonderful book. One of the reviews mentioned that rather than to persuade the reader of your position, you get the
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Changed title of this one: http://www.snargleplexon.com/2009/09/12/radiant-mashed-potatoes-and-the-women-who-love-them/  -- The previous title was, "Radiant Mashed Potatoes and the Women Who Love Them"
Why does it matter to honestly reflect on your food? Contrasting bond-building with meat-eating. The food on our plates radiates information upward and, if the message can make it through the thick, ...
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If you like asparagus, this is a great side to a grain or starch-focused main dish. It also goes great on its own, with crackers or fancy bread.
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Image Credit: Brian Yarvin/Getty Images Gerald Zirnstein grinds his own hamburger these days. Why? Because this former United States Department of Agriculture scientist and, now, whistleblower, knows ...
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A phrase like vegans believe meat = evil trivializes the belief that killing innocent beings is immoral.
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http://bit.ly/zI15Hp How to Eat Like Esther -- The heroine of the Purim story was a strict vegetarian. ("#vegan")
How to Eat Like Esther The heroine of the Purim story was a strict vegetarian. Judy Zeidler Los Angeles Times February 20, 2002. Queen Esther, the heroine of the Purim tale, was quite a woman. Not onl...
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Vegans may benefit from a metabolic secret that accounts for their svelte physiques, say experts—supercharged, calorie-burning muscle cells.
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