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Valentine's Day Veg Blog Round-Up: News From Around The Web

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As Ecorazzi’s resident bachelor, it’s absolutely hysterical (he says with tears running down his face) that I’M the one bringing you our Valentine’s Day special Veg Blog Round- Up.  

Oh but I joke! Single or pleasantly coupled up, V.Day is a perfect excuse to eat chocolate, hold hands or roll your eyes at the people across the street holding hands. Furthermore, today’s Round-Up proves that’s it’s super easy to rock the VEG lifestyle AND partake in all the guilty pleasures of cupid’s favorite holiday. Have a good one, ya’ll!

The Discerning Brute: DBTV Valentine Special: TODD OLDHAM HEARTS YOU by Joshua Katcher
“Don’t be jealous! Ever since I watched a green-haired Todd Oldham on “House of Style” back in the nineties, I knew that I had to get crafty with him one day.”

Girlie Girl Army: My Funny Valentine by Chloe Jo
“V Day is hot on your sky high heels… have you planned something spectacular for your Lovebug yet?”

PETA: PETA’s Top Five Valentine’s Day Gifts by Amy Elizabeth
“Do you ever feel as if we’re the only ones going forward? You know, moving toward a better future where people really care about the earth and all its inhabitants — and I’m especially thinking about the animals here.”

Bitter Sweet: Give Them Your Heart! by Hannah Kaminsky 
“Even if you’re more cynical about the upcoming “holiday” or have no sweetheart to dote upon, Valentine’s Day is, at the very least, an excellent excuse to eat chocolate.”


Living Without Meat: Buy Your Vegan Sweetheart a Cruelty-Free Valentine’s Gift by Sally Anderson
“Since the four new Go Max Go Foods vegan candy bars won’t be on sale until after Valentine’s Day, sweet-craving vegans will have to look elsewhere for the upcoming hearts-, love-, and chocolate-filled holiday.”

“Valentine’s Day is not quite the extravaganza of gluttony that is Thanksgiving, but if you’re one of the lucky few who can afford to pump some cash into the NYC vegan restaurant economy right now, you’ve got plenty of choices.”

A Vegan Life: Have A Happy Vegan Valentine’s Day! by Allie B.
“Just because you can’t eat milk chocolate hearts or Sweethearts (they have gelatin), doesn’t mean you have to miss out on Valentine’s Day. Here are some vegan friendly ways to celebrate.”

There you have it! Have a great Valentine’s Day, everyone!

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Wicked Good Opportunity

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