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Advice For Vegans

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Apr 25 '14
peta2:

It doesn’t take a genius.
This is abuse.
Free the whales: http://peta2.me/tumchange

peta2:

It doesn’t take a genius.

This is abuse.

Free the whales: http://peta2.me/tumchange

Apr 25 '14
Apr 25 '14

Moment of silence for all the poor vegans who work in fast food or Wal-mart trying to make ends meet.

(Source: rudiecantfailtomakeyouorgasm)

Apr 25 '14
jotter-journal:

I never knew :(
UDDER FLAMING/SINGEINGOne of the torturous practices “dairy” cows are forced to endure for humans’ taste buds is udder and belly hair removal. Dairy farmers claim that hair removal is a vital process to improve udder cleanliness and reduce bacteria and that udder flaming/singeing is a “humane” way to accomplish this. Udder singeing is further described as a way to remove hair “quickly and painlessly, using a 6” cool flame, eliminating the need to clip udders manually.”* The cows in UDDER SINGE demonstration video appear to disagree with the claim that it is painless: www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0LzliJzoXsWhile some dairy farmers flame the udders when they are full of milk, some flame them after the cows have been milked.*www.animart.com/uddersinge● The truth about the dairy industry (including organic): www.humanemyth.org/happycows.htm● The truth about the goat dairy industry (including organic): http://tinyurl.com/copkql3● YOUR GUIDE to VEGANISM:www.tinyurl.com/d4spyjd
 
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jotter-journal:

I never knew :(

UDDER FLAMING/SINGEING

One of the torturous practices “dairy” cows are forced to endure for humans’ taste buds is udder and belly hair removal. Dairy farmers claim that hair removal is a vital process to improve udder cleanliness and reduce bacteria and that udder flaming/singeing is a “humane” way to accomplish this. Udder singeing is further described as a way to remove hair “quickly and painlessly, using a 6” cool flame, eliminating the need to clip udders manually.”* The cows in UDDER SINGE demonstration video appear to disagree with the claim that it is painless: www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0LzliJzoXs

While some dairy farmers flame the udders when they are full of milk, some flame them after the cows have been milked.

*www.animart.com/uddersinge

● The truth about the dairy industry (including organic): www.humanemyth.org/happycows.htm
● The truth about the goat dairy industry (including organic): http://tinyurl.com/copkql3
● YOUR GUIDE to VEGANISM:www.tinyurl.com/d4spyjd

 


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Apr 25 '14
passion4killerwhales:

Morgan. i even made myself cry.

For those of you who don’t know, Morgan the orca whale was denied her freedom yesterday and will now live a life of abuse and slavery at Loro Parque in Spain.

passion4killerwhales:

Morgan. i even made myself cry.

For those of you who don’t know, Morgan the orca whale was denied her freedom yesterday and will now live a life of abuse and slavery at Loro Parque in Spain.

Apr 24 '14

Anonymous asked:

How do you respond to someone who asks "but where do you get all of the essential amino acids?" I know that protein is practically in every food but amino acids? Quinoa is the only one I know and I want to be able to list so many foods it makes their head spin! Thank you and I love your blog!

A bad habit many people fall into is eating the same foods over and over. In any diet, it is important to vary your food intake to ensure a wide variety of nutrients. With a vegan diet, this becomes even more important. Varying the diet ensures that you consume all the necessary amino acids, giving the body much-needed amino fuel to synthesize the proteins it needs to function.

Every day, be sure you eat from each of the following categories:

  • Grains
  • Nuts and seeds
  • Soy
  • Beans and legumes

These are all excellent sources of protein. Some, such as soy, provide proteins of equal quality to those provided by meats. Proteins synthesized by the body from essential amino acids available in this variety of foods are also of high quality—perhaps even better than meat proteins.

It’s not necessary to combine plant proteins in each individual meal, but be sure to get a good variety of plant-based proteins throughout the day, and you’ll be assured of sufficient protein to keep your body happy.

Apr 24 '14

welcome-to-jessicas-life asked:

Does anyone have any advice on where to get good vegan food in Kansas? I'm ready to start getting rid of the bad things in my diet but I haven't seen any vegan stores around here *we already have a ton of fruits and veggies so that's covered as well as almond milk* it's just the meat substitute and non dairy products I'm having issues finding any help would be appreciated!
Apr 24 '14

Anonymous asked:

I'll tell you something, wasps terrify me, I could of never done what you did. Wasps seem to like stinging me for no reason, like I can just be getting on with my life and they'll sting me.

Awww I do understand. Wasps can be intentionally very aggressive at times. I just couldn’t leave the helpless soul alone but I didn’t touch him/her anyway. 

Apr 23 '14

leafperson asked:

trader joe's chocolate chips are vegan! I use them all the time!
Apr 23 '14

goleek asked:

Whoop! Hello fellow vegans

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