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Calling All Vegans: Martha Stewart Wants You!

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Martha Stewart has been an increasingly good friend to the veggie population over the last few years. She has featured an episode dedicated to cooking a vegetarian Thanksgiving meal. She’s had guest bakers Lauren Ulm from Vegan Yum Yum and Erin McKenna from Babycakes Bakery on to showcase their animal free recipes. And, of course, Kathy Freston too.

Now, Martha seems to be stepping it up a notch by calling all vegans for their special “vegan show.”

The website says:

“Calling All Vegans! Whether you have recently become a vegan or you have been practicing veganism for several years, we have a show just for you — our Vegan Show! If you are a vegan and are interested in attending this special show, please tell us about your vegan passion.”

If you’re a vegan living in or willing to travel to NYC to be an audience member for what is sure to be a fabulous show, tell them all about your vegan passion. Don’t forget to dress your best! You know lots of people in the world still think we dress like this. Let them know, we much prefer this. Click here to ask for tickets.

via ThisDishIsVeg

 

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