Our Hummus Cucumber Cups are a great twist on the same old hummus and crudite platter.
Tater tots + nachos = tater tot-chos!
Our Buffalo Chick’n Cups give you all the taste of wings with almost none of the mess. Try these at your next game watching party.
Colleen Patrick-Goudreau—dubbed the “Vegan Martha Stewart” by VegNews magazine—wants people to experience the benefits of a plant-based diet and guides them through the process with THE 30-DAY VEGAN CHALLENGE®: The Ultimate Guide to Eating Healthfully and Living Compassionately.
Ethan shares a very personal and difficult part of his “pre-vegan” past as a vivisector. In today’s piece he talks about some of those experiences and how they’ve affected him in Confessions of a Killer.
For years, I have said over and again that, “Dogs are a gateway drug to veganism.” This is true of cats, gerbils, guinea pigs and all other companion animals, too. I’m just speaking of dogs because that was my personal experience. I didn’t grow up in a home with a companion animal and hardly any of my friends had companion animals either. So it wasn’t until I was living on my own in college that I started to interact with dogs and cats and the idea of having one became appealing to me. I graduated college in January 1993 and four weeks later adopted my first companion animal, a dog named Blackie. I adopted him from one of the New York City kill shelters. They estimated his age as being around five years old. He was rescued from a situation of abuse and neglect. Apparently he had been living with an
As many of your know, we are proud supporters of Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary (WFAS). Now into it’s 10th year, Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary shelters over 300 animals who have all been rescued from a variety of backgrounds of abuse and neglect. The sanctuary is one of the country’s most recognized and respected sanctuaries for farmed animals. They do hands-on work rescuing, rehabilitating and caring for farmed animal refugees while advocating on behalf of farmed animals everywhere through educational tours and outreach events. The sanctuary will be moving this year into a larger property closer to New York City where they will be able to expand their capacity, take on rescuing more animals and doing their amazing work in outreach and education. However, all of this is possible only with the support of kind, compassionate folks like you who love animals as much as we do. We are honored to be