Jaime Warburton

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Jaime Warburton is a poet and professor living in Ithaca, NY, where she takes full advantage of the farmer’s market, Sweetland Farm CSA, and Farm Sanctuary’s Watkins Glen location. When not drowning in words or making vegan ice cream, Jaime teaches pre-ballet, sings with Bella Voce, and dreams of living with goats and chickens. She also offers her consultation services on making a smooth and successful transition to veg eating. Keep up with her and her poetry at jaimewarburton.weebly.com or on Twitter @JaimeSWarburton.


Katie Holmes Shops with Suri for Post Divorce Pup

in Animals, Causes, News, Top News

Katie Holmes took daughter Suri shopping for puppies, hopefully as a precursor to adoption.

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Venus Slams Sjogren’s Syndrome with Vegan Raw Diet

in Featured, Healthy Living, News, Sports, Vegan

Wimbledon doubles champ Venus Williams says going vegan has “made a big difference” in fighting the chronic fatigue and inflammation of Sjogren’s Syndrome.

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30 Percent of Omnivores Wouldn’t Date a Vegetarian

in Eats, Lifestyle, News, Top News, Vegetarian

A Today.com survey finds that 30% of omnivores refuse to date a vegetarian or vegan, while only 4% of vegetarians wouldn’t consider a meat eater.

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Bolly and Holly Stars Join Forces for Vegan Indian Cookbook

in Eats, Film/TV, News, Top News, Vegan

Celebs from both Bolly- and Hollywood are coming together to create “The Bolly Holly Vegan Cookbook,” available in 2013 from Jacaranda Press.

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Rev. Al Sharpton Credits Weight Loss to Vegetarianism

Since cutting meat, his beloved fried chicken, and refined sugars and starches from his diet in 2010, Rev. Sharpton has gone from 214 to 167 pounds.

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Guy Vaknin Leaves ‘Hell’s Kitchen,’ Embraces Vegan Sushi

in Eats, Film/TV, News, Top News, Vegan

Cheftestant Guy Vaknin has left Gordon Ramsay’s hell for cooler, cruelty-free waters.

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Meat Allergies Caused by Tick Bites Invite Vegetarian Cure

in News, Science, Top News, Vegetarian

Red meat joins list of more commonly known food allergens, thanks to the lone star tick.

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