Vegan

July Lookout: Enjoy a Weeklong Vegan Vacation in Southern Italy

by Nell Alk

Too often we vegans are met with naysayers suggesting veganism isn’t feasible; isn’t realistic; isn’t sustainable. To that we vegans say phooey! Non-vegans are missing out on the rewarding benefits

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US Dietary Guidelines Say More Plant-Based Food, Less Sugar

by Anthony Marcusa

The much anticipated new governmental dietary guidelines have arrived, with some 572 pages of suggestions, initiatives, and health recommendations. Most notably, perhaps, these guidelines – which are set forth every five years by the Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services – have for the first time

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World-Renowned Health and Nutrition Expert Encourages Vegan Diet

by Megan Thompson

When Dr. David Jenkins published a detailed list of foods and their different effects on blood sugar, he had no idea that his discovery of the “glycemic index” would shape

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Cameron-funded School to Go Completely Vegan in the Fall

by Natalia Lima

The world’s greenest school is going even greener in the fall as it turns completely vegan. MUSE School CA, the environmentally conscious school founded by Suzy Amis Cameron, wife of

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Burger Bash Welcomes First Plant-Based Option

by Anthony Marcusa

It’s not an event that has been particularly hospitable to vegans and vegetarians, but at least now there are some options. The South Beach Wine & Food Festival, has long

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Richard Linklater Debuts ‘Veghood’ For PETA

by Brianne Hogan

With the Academy Awards ceremony just days away, director Richard Linklater, nominated for “Boyhood,” spoofs his flick for a good cause. In 2002, the Texan filmmaker began a 12-year commitment

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Cinnamon Snail Goes Off the Road, Closes Up for Good

by Amanda Just

On February 28th, the food truck world will lose one of its greatest: the all-vegan Cinnamon Snail, based out of New York City. The award-winning food truck announced on Valentine’s

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