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Jacinta Martini Martini: Falafel vegetarian deliciouse Monday, 3 October 2011 at 2:59am
Serves 4)
1 brown onion, chop
2 garlic cloves, chopped
2 teaspoons ground coriander
1 teaspoon cumin seeds
2x 4oog cans chickpeas, drained, rinsed
1 cup chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley leaves
1/3 cup plain flour
1 egg white
1 tablespoon olive oil
tabouli, yoghurt and lavash bread, to serve
METHOD
Place onion, garlic, coriander, cumin, chickpeas, parsley, flour,egg white, salt & pepper in a food processor.  Process until almost smooth. Using floured hands, shape mixture into four 2cm-thick patties.  Place on a plat. Cover & refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Heat oil in large frying pan over medium heat.  Cook patties for 4 to 5 minutes each side or until cooked through.
Serve with tabour, yoghurt  hummus., cucumber spread, and bread
Rene Ellul: Have trouble finding love? Wednesday, 21 September 2011 at 5:11am
Ok so I love animals and have been a strict vegetarian for nearly 20 years, I'm a guy that's 29yrs old nearly 30 started being vego when 10yrs old.  Last few years I've even stopped most animal products like milk and eggs  - Once I eventually stop eating things made with them or traces of them I'll be Vegan!.
But I have to say I find it hard to find a partner than is also a Veg*n.
I seriously wont date a meat eater - how could I kiss someone with them having just eaten meat? I guess I'll be single for life the way things are going... Anyone else have the same sort of trouble? Or would you still date a meat eater? Interested to hear others views on this.
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Sandy: Veg then Vegan! Saturday, 13 November 2010 at 7:51am
YES go Veg, then Go VEGAN yay!!!
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Renee: Healthier and thinner Monday, 4 October 2010 at 4:17am
I have been vego on and off in my life but have completely stopped for 10 months now and my cholesterol is down and ive lost heaps of weight and generally feel good. Plus im helping animals i now see it as "i wouldnt eat my dog so why eat a cow or pig) we all breath and feel
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Rene Ellul: 2 years a vegan! Wednesday, 7 May 2014 at 5:50am
I'VE BEEN 2 YEARS A VEGAN! And its been so easy. So much better than vegetarian of 20yrs. No animal products at all in my body. I'm hardly ever sick (read: never.) and I'm at perfect weight. How good is that!!
Erin: Vegan restaurants in Brissy Saturday, 17 March 2012 at 11:32pm
Hi I noticed you didn't have Loving Hut or Green Vegetarian restaurants on your list for Brisbane. Both great places to go for vegan meals. In particular Loving Hut's lasagne; just thinking about it makes my mouth water. :) Vegan for life.
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Angie: Trying hard in the land of meat Saturday, 31 December 2011 at 3:48pm
I live in rural Minnesota USA but I am going to go veg for 7 days weather my family likes it or not :) one question, I am nursing my baby can I still go veg? I will not go vegan right away but is it safe for her? She is 8 months and eating some solids but no formula.
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Bren: Good Luck Everyone!!! Monday, 3 October 2011 at 11:48am
...and congrats in advance :)
Ruth Weston: Thanks to you all Saturday, 1 October 2011 at 3:19am
It was really heartening to read all of your comments.  I still eat some chicken and fish but am going to take up the vegetarian challenge.  Hopefully we will continue - no reason why not eh?  

Even seeing meat being advertised now makes me feel terrible thinking of those poor animals that give up their lives especially the ones for live export.  Jusy how can we continue to do this?

Did you see Michael Kirby's article on the AA website - he says "better late than never" to become vegetarian.

Happy vegetarian week everybody............
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Hannah Ingles: Veg 4 Life Friday, 30 September 2011 at 7:24pm
i became vegetarian at the start of the year.
it was hard because my friends would say "do you want some bacon,chicken ect." and even harder because my dad is a butcher, which means my family has meat every single night! i dont eat lollies either because they have gelitine in them and some youghurt and cream does aswell so it hard to know what i can and cant eat.
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Poornima Vyas: Eating a meal that feels like food without any guilt of torturing! Thursday, 22 September 2011 at 11:46am
Becoming a Vegan is easy. I could not eat anything but meat as my food. When I looked at all the evidences Lyn White brought to us, I could have choked to death with the torture that the animals have to go through just to fill our plate for that one meal.

Meat tastes like rubber. Vegetables taste so different and feels so good inside because it is food and not a life that I have eaten. What if somebody ate me, like a tiger wanting to feast on me. Would I like it. No I would want to escape to survive so that I can die a natural death.

I can not stop or make the government understand the cruelty and immoral way of making that little money for so many lives sacrifice. I decided to eat veg and save all those many animals I would have eaten in the process of my living.

Every life has it's purpose. May be God created them for us to get butter, cheese, milk and love from them. We don't want to rear animals for slaughter or business.

Vegetables have a sweet flavour in taste and if you try eating it a few days, our habits and pallets change and start adjusting to the new taste. Vegetables do not carry all the diseases that animal might have. It is good for digestion and skin.

Just try hard and find new ways of cooking vegies to make it taste more delicious than meat.
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Marilyn Wickee: Great Idea Wednesday, 21 September 2011 at 1:42am
Often meat eaters just don't know what they should be eating if they don't prepare meat - great idea to get people started.
Grace: Vegan! Friday, 1 October 2010 at 8:55am
I'm 17 and have been Vegetarian for over 2 years. Seriously the best decision i have ever made! I am currently Vegan and loving it! I don't even feel the need to eat chocolate or ice-cream or any of that stuff because i know what a healthy and humane way of life I'm living. I would encourage all to try Veganism! Just think about all the lives you're saving and the good you're doing for your body and the planet :) I get a lot of crap from people but i have come to realize that it's because they feel threatened because when i start to talk about why i don't eat animal products they realize that i have a point and immediately start defending themselves because they know deep down that i have a point and eating animals is wrong. Stick with what you believe and NEVER let anyone intimidate you by making you think that just because you're Veg or Vegan you're weird or "you won't get enough protein!"
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Kerrie Rogers: First timer.....It's a long one :) Friday, 1 October 2010 at 11:05pm
I'm always up for a challenge and this is one i couldn't pass. I've been wanting to become vegetarian for such a long time, but wanting and doing are two completely different things. But now it is my time to turn a wanting into a doing! I have decided that eventually i would like to have a vegan diet. It is only day 3 for me cutting meat out of my diet and tbh it's not that difficult. The hardest thing for me to cut out is cheese. I am a slave to the stuff! But it is a sacrifice that i am willing to take. I'm just busy researching about what foods are better in terms of protein etc......and recipes. My family are meat eaters, but i will be slowly incorporating what i eat into their diets. If it tastes good they'll eat it.
I know that this is a much better way to eat. Not just as an ethical viewpoint, but for health. I look at my two furkids and it makes me not want to eat meat. When my grandfather was 40 he had a heart attack and told that he had a year to live. So he binged on alcohol, cigarettes, meat, dairy etc....a year later he was still alive. He then went cold turkey and began a vegan lifestyle. He was a vegan for his next 43 yrs. He attributed that becoming vegan was what gave him an extra 43 yrs to his life. Even his doctors agreed. The only medication he was on was for high cholesterol and that was only because his body produced too much. He died at 84.
Considering he had severe heart disease and told that he would be dead at 41 i think he did quite well!
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Sharon Hutchings: Vegan pregancy and children Thursday, 30 September 2010 at 12:39am
My heartfelt congratulations to everyone who has chosen the path of less harm. I want to allay any misconceptions or fears that some may have about vegetarianism and veganism.  I went vegetarian 17 years ago and have now been vegan for the past 10 years (as has my partner). Our health is fantastic and I'm a regular blood donor. I've had two amazingly healthy vegan pregnancies (lots of organic juices, salads, tempeh, legumes, wholegrain pasta, soy smoothies etc.). Our two boys are now 9 and 7 and have always been in top health with extremely high energy levels and doing well at school. Recent blood test results (that I requested just to affirm our healthy choice) were all in the normal range. They've never eaten meat or seafood, and whilst we're vegan at home, they have had occasional dairy and egg in sweets at birthday parties. They have absolutely no desire to eat animals and even when I tell them that when they are older, what they eat will be their choice, they are passionately adamant that they will never want to eat meat - because they don't need to and they love animals.
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Mary: :) Wednesday, 29 September 2010 at 8:44am
I'm 15 and i went vegetarian 2 years ago, and i found it pretty easy cause i did 2 months of research on the issues, but i first became interested in it all after i found out my inspiration and idol, darren cordeux, (front man of kisschasy), was vegan.  i've actually gone through a few health problems (they're sorted out now) and also bullying but i let it pass and kept to eating no meat cause how the animals are treated really upsets me. i've also inspired a quite a few others to go vege or at least eat less meat, and i've done presentations in class on the issues :) i find going vegetetarian was one of the best things i've ever done, it's pretty easy if you are dedicated and passionate about saving the animals. a little research helps you go a long way ;)
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Katherine: A real vegetarian Wednesday, 29 September 2010 at 4:24am
My story is long but the point is I have handraised calves and piglets and kids(goats) and have given my beloved animals the best life possible and have been vegetarian since I found out what happened to them and what meat actually was, I live on a farm, and therefore am throughly connected to the land and to every animal, I understand why people eat meat, but I can't live with the thought of animals dying for my eating, I give the animals on my parents farm the best life possible, that is kind, caring and 100% ethical and pro-animal rights. I live for animals, and they shouldn't die for me.
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Moira Newman: LONG TIME VEGETARIAN Wednesday, 29 September 2010 at 3:21am
I have been a total vegetarian for as long as I can remember and thankfully am now a very fit and healthy 70 year old, leading a full and active life and taking no medication or supplements at all.   Best of all - I am guilt free of any animal cruelty or exploitation.
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Amanda: Best thing I ever did... Tuesday, 28 September 2010 at 7:57am
I went vegan over 27 years ago and it was THE BEST thing I ever did.  It's easy and I feel great and best of all I don't have to be supporting the torture and slaughter of animals in order to live a happy healthy life.
So give it a go!  Together we can make a real difference and help create a kinder, green, healthier world.
Karina: Guilt Wednesday, 7 May 2014 at 6:12am
it breaks my heart to find out what happens to all these animals for the sake of our dinner plates.  It is so disappointing to me the behaviour of humans towards these animals, i recently saw a post by AA where bobby calves were being dragged off trucks by these men who had no qualms about their behaviour, these babies couldnt even stand by themselves, it took me weeks to not see them whenever i closed my eyes.  Its one thing to call those of us with campassion bleeding hearts but its another to turn away and simply see the product as the product and nothing more.  I say F"k these multinational industries and their greed and their ability to go home at night and not feel an ounce of guilt.  At the end of the day they are answerable only to themselves and im sure thats a far greater threat than anything else.
Gary Hayward: Meat free Wednesday, 7 May 2014 at 4:32am
My life changed when i changed from a christian to a buddhist many years ago.In the christian church animals were said to not have a soul and when i started to question the demonisation of creatures so people could eat them.I found one of the ten commandments''THOUGH SHALL NOT KILL''full stop no finding excuses.In my buddhist walk all creatures are sentient beings with feelings of suffering,pain ,love and depression.
I believe all creatures in the circle of life we can form relationships and friendships with all of them.The billions of animals that suffer each year killed for human consumption,I can not be part of that,i will show compassion and kindness to all beings,i will never eat a creture for my life on this earth i love animals
Ella Moffatt: Shaping Food Like Animals Saturday, 1 October 2011 at 8:27am
I know it's not much of a big deal, but why do people shape lollies and stuff like animals? This is probably a really pointless question but it just doesn't seem right...
Even my vegetarian friend thought it was silly to think it's a problem to shape food like animals, but hey, it's my opinion.
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Martin: Earthlings movie now online Saturday, 1 October 2011 at 10:46am
For everyone that hasn't seen it, please watch the full movie Earthlings:

http://moourl.com/earthlings

The DVD is also available at:  http://www.earthlings.com

and please share these links with as many people as possible.
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Janelle Tuero: Vege Thursday, 22 September 2011 at 1:59am
I myself have been vegetarian since I was about 11 years old Now 53 I feel that  I have made a  choice that is to me morally and ethically right as NO animal should have to die just to feed humans. I have never understood why we as humans feel we are superior to other species. If our world as we know it were to end tomorrow we all know who would survive and it woldnot be the humans.
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Danielle: Day Breakers Thursday, 7 October 2010 at 1:31am
The Veg for a week think came up on my facebook. And automatically I realised it was time for me to become an official Vegetarian.

"Men will one day look at the murder of animals, as they do the murder of men"; Leonardo Da VInci.

If you watch the movie called 'Day Breakers' -the world has turned to Vampirism for immortal life and feed off the remaining humans who were determined to stay human and not feed off blood.  They have huge factory farms of humans that they drain for blood. The human supply is dwindling and they are trying to make a substitute. Its an awesome movie and shows humans in it as the second class species that we treat animals as.
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Norma McRae: My 86 year old mum Thursday, 7 October 2010 at 10:34pm
My mum at 86 years was happy to take the pledge with me this week and we have been doing well, no tiredness just a bit more bathroom activity!!!!

Actually feel very good and intend to keep 3 days a week as vegetarian in the future. Thank goodness we love the vegetables.
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Meg And Liam: Some advice for newbies!! Friday, 1 October 2010 at 8:14pm
HI,
Im Meg and Im Liam's mum. He's 8 and just made the terrible realisation whats last nights roast chook was. So here we are, pledging to be veg. I was veg as a teenager but was told by my doc when I fell pregnant for the health of the baby I had to eat meat again, being 18 and somewhat terrified I did what I was told. That baby, my daughter is 14 now and doesn't want to be veg, I will discuss this with her later. Anyhow,, bit worried about meeting protein, iron and B12 requirments for my boy and myself. So any advice, websites, books, any dieticians/nutritionist in the crowd that can help me out would be great. You gotta start somewhere so please no judgments on being late bloomers. Cheers Meg and Liam ;)
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Sally N: Meat free is uplifting!! Wednesday, 29 September 2010 at 8:51am
I hated eating meat as a child, as I felt it was wrong to eat animals from an early age. But my parents forced me to eat it. When I moved out I never ate red meat again and  I gave up chicken and became vegetarian 6 years ago and I try to be vegan most of the time. I have never felt or looked better and the great feeling I get knowing that I am not contributing to the death of beautiful animals is uplifting. I have brought both my young daughters up as vegetarian and they are both very healthy, contrary to the public's belief that we have to eat meat. (We are all brain washed from an early age to eat meat, but it is total rubbish forced on us from the meat industry).

I do however feel very isolated at times as I don't know many vegetarians, but I know they are out there and reading this page really gives me hope for the animals.  The fact that a lot of celebrities are vegetarian is also heartening as they are great at spreading the word.

People seem to think it is difficult to cook vegetarian meals, but it is so easy, especially now with all the meat substitutes. All the Quorn products I have tried are brilliant (I know some of them have egg and milk in them), Fry"s burgers are great and my family love the Sanitarium Hot Dogs and Deli Slices. I also make things like Tacos and Nachos with Mexi Beans, Vegie Pastas, Lentil Soup and Lentil Bolognaise. It is just such a clean healthy way to live. The thought of eating meat just makes me very sad. It is hard to believe that with all the evidence of cruel factory farming methods and the link between meat and cancers and other heath problems that people still want to eat meat. I just don't understand. I just hope people start thinking about what they are eating, try vegetarianism and realise how great it is and never turn back.
Carol Maroun: Magic of being Veg Wednesday, 29 September 2010 at 8:27am
I have been a vege since I was 27, Iam now 62. Pe0ple say i  Iook 42?  Why go around carrying dead carcasses in your system? think of the animals you have killed? I find it amazing that in this time of computers , aliens, foxtel, digital TV, that we still kill animals for food, how primitive and all out horrific. Surely we wont be packing corn beef sandwiches when we tour the moon or mars in the future to come. Wake up everyone, this is the year when we have a new ambassador to welcome the Aliens, lets hope they dont want to eat us? Ha Ha.
Fabienne Amnesty For Animals: A Vegan for all my life! Wednesday, 29 September 2010 at 11:11am
I've been a vegan for all my life. It's simple, it's healthy and it harms no one. Animals are my greatest compassion and I my biggest goal is to achieve more respect and dignity for those beautiful creatures which inhabit the world with us! Animals have feelings to, exactly the same as humans have. So when you ever witness cruelty, abuse or murder to an animal, please ask yourself: how would I feel....? For animals feel the same...
Vaughan: How could you Thursday, 8 May 2014 at 9:51am
Honestly work in a place like that and do that to animals? What the hell is wrong with people? I'm not a vegan or vegetarian but seeing this sure as hell makes me want to become one. If gassing they should be falling asleep peacefully, this sure as shit is not even remotely close to that. And talk about animal abuse  because they don't want to be killed, that guy needs to be electrocuted in the ear and see how he likes it.

I'm glad I VERY rarely eat pork and even then it has to be free range (or even organic) not sure if that makes a difference but as I said I rarely eat it.

Any meat I eat is Organic (as most animals are fed GMO's) and same with Vegetables since they are all spayed with toxins you simply don't want in your body.
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Kate Sloan: Think about what you are eating Wednesday, 7 May 2014 at 8:25am
I have been vegetarian 37 years.  I have never had a health issue, had 2 big healthy babies (one of them has always been a vegetarian and she is six foot tall)  I have never felt I have missed out In any way. I live a very mainstream life.  My commitment to trying to live a cruelty free lffe has never faltered. Even if animals are raised humanly, they still have to face the abbottoir. Seeing distressed animals,  in trucks, off to be killed were were my initial motive to become vegetarian.
I can't watch the pictures posted on this site. Please have a considered think about what you are condoning by continuing to eat meat
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aju: be vegee Friday, 13 September 2013 at 1:10am
I agree to the fact that animals are one of the gracious creature of the god and hence  they are not for human consumption. They  deserve our love, protection, care and respectwe are not mented to harm them.Being vegetarian and vegan are the only ethical ways to help them.thanks for making me aware of these..
Kathy: Wild-blueberry Cornmeal Pancakes Monday, 3 October 2011 at 5:55pm
In a large bowl combine 1/3 cup yellow cornmeal, 2/3 cup Pamelas baking mix,1/2 cup frozen blueberries, 1/2 cup almond milk, 1 mashed ripe banana, 1 egg replacer ( like crushed chia seeds mixed with water), 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon, (stir in more milk if the batter is too thick to stir, add 1 tsp. of aluminum free baking powder if not using Pamelas baking mix). Serve topped with blueberries and pure maple syrup.
Kathy: Going Veg Saturday, 1 October 2011 at 9:56pm
I have been mostly vegan for 21 years. Watching my Mom suffering from diabetes and eventually dying when I was only 37 opened my eyes to learning the truth about living a healthy lifestyle and preventing disease. I have always loved animals so learning the truth about their treatment in the animal factory farms was a real eye opener. There were times I tried to eat lean humane meats, but it never worked out because when invited to a barbq I would want to eat chicken because I was a chicken eater. For the past 6 years most of the animal products I have eaten has been humane Irish butter and cheese, cage free eggs and wild fish in moderation. I feel for sea creatures as well and hope to eat less seafood in the future. I don't expect the world to go vegetarian, but I do hope eyes are opened and people eat less meat, and demand humane treatment of animals.
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Yvette B: BIG THANKS Saturday, 1 October 2011 at 9:49pm
Thank you Animals Australia for giving us the chance to share our vegetarianism/veganism with others and to inform them of the benefits to both ourselves and all living beings.  BIG HUGS TO YOU!!!!!!!   =)  =)  =)
Lucy McNamara: Vegans and Vego's keep up your good work! Wednesday, 29 September 2010 at 7:30am
It's inspiring reading these comments, thank you for your ideas and tips to help me eat fewer animal products. Yay for vegans!
Tansy: Veg-Lover Wednesday, 29 September 2010 at 6:58am
I have been vegetarian for 3 months now and it is great! I dont miss the meat at all and i am happy that i have saved some animals lives! Please go Veg!!!!
Jill Mckay: Loving being vegetarian! Wednesday, 29 September 2010 at 7:50pm
I became vegetarian on Jan 1st 2010. I'm absolutely loving it and wish I had done it years ago.  Its a great way of life and these days it is so easy to do.  I don't understand why more people don't do it.
I feed my friends my great veg recipes and slowly they are begining to think about giving up meat as well.
This Jan 1st I'm planning on becoming full vegan. I'm doing it solely for  animals. Animals Australia made me aware of the cruelty involved in animal farming.
Toni: feel great, help animals and the environment Tuesday, 28 September 2010 at 8:41am
Being a vegetarian is a fantastic practical way to stand up against animal cruelty as well as help the environment. I feel great about being a vegetarian and living my principles.
jayda: VEG Thursday, 11 September 2014 at 9:27pm
hi im jayda i have been a vegan for a couple months and i love it and we dont have the right to kill and eat animals so take the plegde to go veg
SUSAN BROCKSCHMIDT: NO MEAT AND HAPPY ABOUT IT Saturday, 17 May 2014 at 9:09pm
I have not eaten meat for 30 years.  This is a decision based on my total aversion to the cruelty and mistreatment of animals, the world over.  My health has not suffered from lack of meat, in fact, I am healthier and fitter than when I did consume meat as a younger person.  For me, this is a life-long commitment, as a demonstration of my love and support of all animals.
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Kate: 16 years old Monday, 12 May 2014 at 2:36am
Hi my name is Kate and i'm 16 years old.
I was born vegetarian and was the first in my family to turn vegan by age 9. Shortly after my mother followed, 2 years later my brother turned vegan and now my dad has just turned vegan.
I am very proud of who i am and even if my friends and other people at school and out of school think i'm crazy, that's their problem. I know i am making a difference to the animals, the environment and world poverty. Being vegan doesn't disadvantage me at all, i am in the state tennis team and play musical instruments and win the schools cross country every year. Being vegan makes me feel good and i would never stop being a vegan.
SAVE THE ANIMALS
Kevin: Very Happy Vegan Saturday, 10 May 2014 at 8:36pm
Hello. I have been Vegan since New Years Day this year. I went to the doctor recently to discuss my blood test results...........my elevated cholesterol is back to normal and my type 2 diabetes is no longer evident. Doctor said keep doing what you are doing. My weight and waistline are back to what they were when I was 21....I am 66. I am a very happy Vegan!
Fran: Lead by example Friday, 9 May 2014 at 9:37am
I've been vegetarian for about 10 years and vegan for the last two.  It's been a lot easier than I thought.... reading labels is now second nature and there is pretty nearly always something you can substitute in traditional recipes to make food cruelty free.  I have a policy of live and let live but when people see what happens to factory farmed animals in terms of how they're raised and how they die, I wonder how anyone can still eat meat or dairy products and not feel sick.  I don't push my veganism down people's throats but I've been in places where I've cooked for very diverse groups of people; most are amazed that vegan food can still be really tasty and have even asked for recipes.  maybe there's hope yet!
Cathy V: Veg meals on the go Thursday, 8 May 2014 at 10:23pm
Hi guys, Im often on the road and it can be hard to get good, vegetarlian meals on the run, don't forget about Nandos veg pattie, Grill'd do 2 awesome veg burgers and Salsa have a great veg wrap which is enormous - happy cruelty free consumption!
Chrissie: Totally vegetarian! Thursday, 8 May 2014 at 11:37am
I clicked wrongly... I've been vegetarian for many years. It's so easy to be vegi - in fact, almost vegan. I love animals with all my heart, and simply cannot condone the cruelty that goes into the whole production of meat - from start to end. I have the view that if you wouldn't kill (or torture) an animal yourself, why would you buy 'dead animal' to eat, thinking that it's OK to do so... Animals have the same - or very similar - feelings and central nervous system to humans, so if you wouldn't ill-treat a human, then you shouldn't help to create a demand for meat from an animal that's had a horrible life and has been killed for ignorant people to eat. There's no such thing as cruelty-free meat !
Karen: Vego for the Animals! Wednesday, 7 May 2014 at 7:48am
I became a vegetarian 37 years ago, before all the cruelty was made public. I can not understand how anyone, with a conscience, can still eat meat, knowing now the atrocious way in which these poor animals live (such a short life) and then the sickening way they die. I am moved to tears just writing this comment.
veronica: unbelievable cruelty. Wednesday, 7 May 2014 at 7:20am
I watched the film and it just reminded me of the Jewish holocaust in the 2nd World War.   Is mankind incapable of learning fromt the past?   Animal or human, unbelievable cruelty is just that and makes us look like a sub species.
liu wai ling: going vegan Wednesday, 7 May 2014 at 7:09am
I  'm  vegetarian    have  been  14  years  ,   I  go  vegan   is  very  simply   ,  hope  my   body  health  .   and  don't  like  kill  animals  ,    I love  animals    I  saw   and  hear  bad  news ,    most  country    how  to   inhumane  ways  for    all   different  animals  ,  let  me   tears  ,  I  can't  belived  and  don't  understand  why   could  mankind   cruelty for  animals  ,    wish  them   stop  and end   this  barbaric   or   slaughter  for  all   animals  ,  Thank  you
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