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Calling All Vegans: Get Counted!

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Veganism is hardly the foreign concept it used to be. Check out the healthy eating section of any bookstore and you’re sure to find more than one shelf of vegan cookbooks. Peruse the aisles of your local health food store, or even your average supermarket, and you’ll find that meat-free options abound. Restaurants are catering more to the plant-based sect and highlighting the cruelty-free choices on their menus. Celebrities and politicians are chatting up their favorite meatless meals. Movies like “Forks Over Knives” and “Vegucated” are opening eyes and influencing tastebuds.  Veganism has come a long way and it makes it hard to believe that statistics show that there are 1 million vegans in the United States. Doesn’t it feel like vegans are everywhere?

The All Animal Vegan blog wants to find all the vegans around the world. Based out of London, blogger Holly Piggot has created a survey titled The Big Count, and she’s trying to reach vegans across the globe to get counted. From The Big Count survey, she explains:

“According to most statistics only 1% of the population are vegan, let’s find out if that is accurate!  Please take this survey so I can start mapping out where we all are across the globe.”

The survey is brief and only takes a moment of time. If you’re vegan and want to be a part of the ultimate vegan head count, then click here and represent!

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