I don’t know about your personal journey but watching documentaries about animal welfare is what ultimately brought me to my vegan lifestyle. These five documentaries touch upon animal welfare, health, and environmental effects of factory farming, corporate farming, and more.
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Activism comes in all forms—from leafletting to peaceful protests to holding a vegan bake sale to volunteering at a local animal sanctuary. Each and every choice to be a voice for animals is a worthwhile one, but perhaps one of the most fun and engaging ways to spread the vegan message is through video. Here, Michelle Taylor Cehn, author of the blog VeganBreak.com and curator of the February Vegan Cuts Snack Box, shares her top 5 reasons for making vegan videos.
Perhaps you’ve envisioned your ideal wedding for years. Or, perhaps you’ve never given it much thought. Either way, planning a wedding, especially a vegan one, can appear incredibly daunting. After all, there’s a lot to consider – what to wear, makeup, food, the venue… The list goes on and on. We asked Sarah Prager, co-creator of Vegan Weddings HQ and author of the newly released eBook Borrowed, Blue, and Vegan Too, to offer up some tips when it comes time to start planning your big day.
On the heels of the Grammy awards show, everyone’s chattering about the stellar opening performance by Beyoncé and Jay Z. Commentators keep landing on one undeniable aspect of the scene: Beyoncé looks hotter than ever after her December 22-day vegan diet challenge.
Whether you’ve been vegan for 5 years, 5 weeks, or 5 minutes, you’re bound to find yourself in conversation with someone at some point about which celebrity has recently gone vegan, or stopped being vegan, or has written a vegan cookbook, or had a vegan wedding. Why does it matter to us what the celebs are doing?