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Think! Eat! Act!

Not only is that a mantra and call to action, it’s also the name of a new vegan cookbook coming from the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. A compilation of vegan recipes that are prepared on board the anti-whaling ships of Sea Shepherd, the book also covers vegan ideologies and spotlights current vegan activists from around the world. But the guardians of the ocean need a little help to bring this inspiring book to life, and we can help by contributing to their Kickstarter.

The Kickstarter has reached their original goal of $3,000, but they’re hoping to get up to a new goal of $12,000 by April 20th. Reaching that amount would make for a better book. According to their KS site, it would mean a lay-flat design, thicker cover, coated post-consumer paper, “and other fanciness.”

A quick dollar donation certainly helps the project along, but donations starting at $8 come with some goodies, including copies of Think! Eat! Act! and a variety of other vegan books. As if supporting Sea Shepherd’s important and lifesaving work wasn’t incentive enough!

Check out their Kickstarter page for more information on the project and donations. Let’s make this happen!

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  • Ryan Shal

    If being vegan and being aboard the sea shepard vessel is about helping the world then why add this unnecessary fanciness that would just cost the environment more? Why not just publish as is?

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