August 17, 2011
I've been vegan* for almost 5 years years after reading "Animal Liberation". I am a lecturer in Psychology at the University of Portsmouth but make frequent trips to London.
I'm actually an ostro or bivalvegan meaning I'm vegan with the exception of oysters and mussels. If you want to know why you can check out my blog at sentientist.org. Also I'm more interested in making veganism look attractive to others and eliminating the demand I create for animal products than focussing on purity, that's where I diverge from some other people.
quinoa, guacamole, lychee, curry with coconut milk, eggplant, popcorn tofu, bubble tea
So, you don't eat anything cooked? That and pronouncing it VAY-gan.
Just eat some lovely food and chat with like-minded people
Thought you might be interestd in this. A World Day Against Animal Cruelty is being organized
for October 8th, 2011. Go to website: http://animalprotests.weebly.com/inde...
and participate if you can. Also, see documentary "Earthlings" at Earthlings.com, and
let me know your feelings about it. Thank you
Hi, just taking the VeganCampaigns Vegan Pledge, a month 'trial' which is due to finish this coming Saturday - hoping to continue with it though... might have to be vegetarian on occassions, ie. when eating out :-(
I'd been vegetarian for 27 years prior to the Pledge, figured I'd better finally give veganism 'a go'! Most annoying thing I've found is the use of honey as a sweetener in lots of my favourite fruit and nut bars!
I stand corrected. I'm going to go and get myself some. A complete protein hey! sounds too good to be true, got to be a catch somewhere. :-)
can you honestly say hand on heart that you like quinoa? It even sounds horrible? :-)