7 Celebs Who Make Vegan Look GOOD
Posted on June 16, 2015
National Fudge Day:
Celebrated annually on June 16, it is National Fudge Day. It is a food holiday that allows you to indulge in your favorite flavor of fudge. Some of the most popular fudge flavors are chocolate, chocolate nut, peanut butter, maple, and maple nut.
Who knew vegan fudge could be so delicious - not to mention easy to make! This vegan fudge recipe is deceptively simple, but the end result is absolutely delicious.
This fudge has a rich peanut butter taste with a creamy texture that melts in your mouth.
The 47-year-old activist had to have her left leg amputated below the knee in 1993 after she was hit by a police motorcycle and after more operations on her limb, which further shortened it, she decided to ditch her conventional diet and go meat and dairy free.
Obviously, a diet that is full of meat-free meals and not loaded down with dairy products is guaranteed to make you glow inside and out. Here are a few vegan hotties who know that tofu does a body damn good.
In an extended version of the 22 Days Nutrition video announcement we saw on Monday, she says, “Now, you know, I still eat meat and it’s all about balance, but absolutely I make better choices.”
China’s Yulin Dog Meat Eating Festival which lasts for a week starting on June 21st. The festival has been called cruel and unwarranted. In 2012, dogs were reportedly skinned alive on the street.
GustOrganics, a restaurant in Manhattan that made the decision to switch to an all-vegan menu in November — and got hate-mail as a result — is now struggling to make its steep rent, and may soon be forced to close its doors.
The project’s premise is a simple one — by the creators’ calculations, every four ounce hamburger requires roughly 450 gallons of water to produce. To offset those gallons, the average Californian would need to skip 26 showers.
"If humans disappeared tomorrow, the world would thrive and prosper," he wrote to The Huffington Post in an email. "Humans destroy everything, and for the most part they actively enjoy torturing animals."
Gene Baur is an activist, author, and president and co-founder of Farm Sanctuary, a farm animal rescue organization. He is vegan and has been involved with animal rights since he founded the Sanctuary in 1986.
These delicious homemade vegan unribs will be a hit at any bbq.
A po' boy is a traditional submarine sandwich from Louisiana and it is served on baguette-like New Orleans French bread, known for its crisp crust and fluffy center.
Try these healthy yet tasty vegan jalapeno poppers for your next party!