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Veg Blog Round-Up: News From Around The Web

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Hey, do you guys know what time it is? It’s VEG BLOG ROUND-UP TIME!! Each week our team of dedicated plant-eating experts search the web to bring you all the hottest meat-free news and spotlight some of our very favorite vegtastic blogs. This week we’re adding two new veggie blogs to the round-up: Post Punk Kitchen and VegNews.com. If you haven’t checked VegNews’ brand new website YOU MUST stop by and give it a look-see — it’s totally hot! And now, for your reading pleasure, we proudly bring you the fourth edition of: Veg Blog Round-Up: News From Around The Web!!

GirlieGirl Army: La Dolce Vegan Strikes Again! by Chloe Jo
“From posing perfectly in the cutest pin-up outfits ever – to writing best selling cookbooks; How It All Vegan, The Garden of Vegan and La Dolce Vegan – Sarah Kramer doesn’t stop moving. Oh, did we mention she’s also a photographer, owns/runs Canadian Tattoo shop; The Tattoo Zoo with her husband Gerry Kramer, and also runs a popular vegan website/blog at govegan.net? “

Super Vegan: Vegan Drinks Is Thursday, October 30th! by Jason Das
“The sixth Vegan Drinks event will be tomorrow at Angels & Kings bar in the East Village. We’ll have the usual cheap beers ($3 domestic, $4 imports) and crowd of wonderful people. You are fully encouraged to put on your Halloween costume a day early, or to bring some vegan tricks and treats!”

Post Punk Kitchen: Halloween Roundup by VeganMoFo.
“Halloween is coming and for the first time in my life I have an orange cat AND a black cat AND an orange and black cat. So I am all set. But YOU. You are probably wondering what kinds of thematically appropriate comestibles to prepare. Well, I ain’t got nothing for you. But as usual, the rest of the internet does!”

VegNews: Fashion Forward by Tess
“Keeping toasty this winter shouldn’t mean contributing to global warming. Check out these eco-friendly fabrics for your wrap-up options.”

Blog.Peta.Org: We Told You Milk Could Kill You: by Amanda Schinke
“My idea was to make a layered casserole, sort of like Mexican Lasagna, but with slices of pumpkin instead of tortillas. The resulting casserole didn’t come out looking quite so neatly layered, but I think it fits my “toss enough ingredients” theme just about perfectly.”

Living Without Meat: Disturbing New Art Trend: Meat as a Medium by Sally Andersen
“Currently showing at New York City’s Daneyal Mahmood Gallery is the exhibit “Meat After Meat Joy” where 17 artists have fashioned pieces out of meat.”

Vegan Soapbox: Let’s Do Some Micro-Activism For Kids by Eccentric Vegan
A recent article begins: “A few days ago, my 5-year-old daughter, Paris, announced that she wants to be a vegan.

And that’s all she wrote, kids! Remember, if you’d like your meat-free blog to be featured on the Round-Up, simply leave a comment below or email me at parrish “at” ecorazzi.com and tell us where we can find the sugar! Happy blogging!

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