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The Vegan Zombie Cooks Up Vegan Food (and some horror too)

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Ever worry that flesh-eating zombies might start multiplying and come after you? Well, not to fear because The Vegan Zombie is ready to fend them off.

The Vegan Zombie was started by a vegan chef looking to combine his love for horror movies and veganism. The site provides how-to videos for making various vegan meals, as well as what to do should you find yourself the victim of a zombie attack. He says, “Veganism is second nature to me. It’s been part of my life for over 16 years now. I also have a love for the horror genre and film. After much thought of how I could create something fun and interesting that appeals to me and hopefully others, I came up with ‘The Vegan Zombie’. TVZ is a project in the making that will attempt to put a vegan twist in the horror genre.” And when the zombies show up, don’t say we haven’t been warned: “This is the beginning of a unique group of vegans ready to fend off the flesh eating mainstream…The zombie apocalypse is coming and we will be ready. Infection will originate from within the meat flesh the people zombies consume. Vegans will be one step ahead…” You can also even check out the trailer for The Vegan Zombie – The Movie!

As Treehugger says, the site is “a whole series of entertaining, if ultra-gory, cooking shows covering everything from vegan mac n’ cheese to pizza rolls.” They also shared The Vegan Zombie’s take on french toast. Check out the video below!

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