WHAT YOU CAN DO

Every time we shop or order food in a restaurant – every time we eat – we can choose to help these animals. Every time we make the switch from an animal product to a vegan one we are standing up for farmed animals everywhere. Going vegan is easier than ever before with veganism becoming increasingly mainstream as more and more people from all walks of life discover the benefits of living this way. It’s time to ask ourselves: if it is now possible to live a life that involves delicious food and drink, delivers better health, leaves a smaller carbon footprint and avoids killing other creatures – then why don’t we?

NEWS

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It is here. That time of the year in which in many countries, it is celebrated the resurrection. And right in this period Taiwan become the first Asian country to ban the slaughter of dogs and cats. This news is so relevant that it was able to tarnish the...

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‘Igualdad Animal’, has denounced what it describes as torture in some of the slaughter houses in Spain. They declare that animals earmarked for slaughter often face days without food and some cattle suffer greatly before death. On the web site www.mat...

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Try this easy vegan recipe and read more about the topic HERE Ingredients 2 aubergines 5 tablespoons olive oil 2 red onions 4 cloves of garlic 2 red peppers , or 1 red and 1 yellow 1 fennel bulb 3 large courgettes 4 large ripe tomatoes 2 teaspoons herbs d...

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World Vegan Day is an annual event, celebrated all over the world by vegans on the first day of November. However, why is it celebrated on this day?        We have to go back in time… Until the II World War. In August 1944, in the United Kingdom,...

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When one decides to turn vegan, immediately all of his non-vegan friends, parents, relatives… become expert dieticians and nutritionists. Quite almost ALL. How is it possible? Well, that is something that science still has to discover. Nevertheless, let...

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Unlike fifty or sixty years ago, when the major part of the population spent both weekdays (because of the job) and weekends (because there were not, or were not so spread, TVs, internet, mobile phones… and all the stuff generated in the last thirty yea...

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As we said in the last vegan article  (http://www.oipa.org/international/mushrooms/) mushrooms grows in the period when all the rest “dies”. That period started yesterday… on the 22nd of September. So, here one of the tastiest vegan recipe, where i...

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Summer has gone. Maybe too quickly but now, with this sunny/windy/rainy weather, it is just a memory for other… two hundred seventy days? More or less, yes. However, do not give up hope: these days will not be all the same! Life is not just divided up i...

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Seitan is one of principle foods introduced in their diet by recent vegans. But why one person would substitute meat… with a vegan meat? Vegetables and other “normally vegan foods” are not enough? Actually, even if it is easy (if properly motivated)...

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You’ll save the lives of countless animals each year. Animals want to live free of harm just as much as we do. But on modern farms they are subjected to treatment that would be illegal if perpetrated against a dog or cat. 2. Vegans are saving the pla...

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Raising animals for food requires massive amounts of land, food, energy, and water. The byproducts of animal agriculture pollute our air and waterways. By shunning animal products, vegetarians are de facto environmentalists. Using Up Resources As the worl...

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“Meet Your Meat,” PETA’s hard-hitting exposé of America’s factory farms and slaughterhouses, documents the lives and deaths of the 10 billion chickens, turkeys, pigs, and cows killed for our plates each year. Although PETA’s und...

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The green pastures and idyllic barnyard scenes of years past, which are still portrayed in children’s books, have been replaced by windowless metal sheds, wire cages, gestation crates, and other confinement systems—what is now known as “factory farm...

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