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Thousands of people are eating vegan in January. Here's why ...

Thousands of people are eating vegan in January. Here's why ...

Posted 14 December 2015   by Amy         Permalink | 3 Comments

Tags: Veganuary, video, vegan

We wanted to know what you loved most about eating vegan. So we asked. And here's what you said ...

For me, I know that animals have a desire to live, just like I do. And I don't think an animal should have to have their life cut short just for me to have a burger. Especially when I can have a delicious burger without hurting anyone.

If you're vegan too, I'd love to hear what you love most about it :) And if you've ever considered eating vegan, now is the perfect time to try it -- along with thousands of others – for Veganuary. What is it? For the month of January, you and me (and everyone else) eat vegan food and together we start 2016 off in a powerful way for animals and the planet.

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15 reasons to try vegan this January

The Veganuary team have everything you need to make your month of cruelty-free food easy and delicious. Sign up to take part and help kick start 2016 in a big way for animals.

Try vegan for January!

P.S. Liam Hemsworth loves eating vegan too! Find out why.

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15 reasons to try vegan this January

15 reasons to try vegan this January

Posted 27 November 2015   by Amy         Permalink | 7 Comments

Tags: Veganuary, vegan, food

I don't know about you but January always kind of creeps up on me. Where did the year go? But not this time! Because January is now Veganuary ... and I am so excited!

The Veganuary team have asked us to be their Aussie partner and we'd love you to join us to kick off 2016 in a big way for animals. Veganuary is all about giving vegan food a go for the month of Jan – no pressure, just yummy, cruelty-free food.

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If that's not enough to get you pumped, here's 15 more reasons to try vegan this January :)

1. So that you can swap recipes with Ellen when you meet her.

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2. To protect animals.

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3. And the planet.

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(Because less cows for meat and dairy equals less harmful gases in the atmosphere.)

4. To see your grandma's face do this when you tell her.

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5. And your vegan friend do this.

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6. To save calves from becoming a 'waste product'.


WARNING: This video contains cruelty to calves :(

7. So that you can experiment with cashew cheese.

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8. And cashew cheese cake! (Like this lime and mango one.)

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9. Because it's like giving a chicken a virtual hug.

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10. To stop day old male chicks from being killed by the egg industry.

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11. Because tofu scramble.

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12. To reduce your risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

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13. Because there is a delicious cruelty-free alternative to all your favourite foods. Srsly, vegan sausages, pizza, chocolate, pies ... even 'fish' fingers!

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14. You'll get to lol hard at things like this:

15. And last but not least ... so that you can find out what it really means to be in love ... with hummus.

Mmmmm ... hummus ... So what do you reckon? Can I count you in for Veganuary 2015?

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P.S. Know another good reason to try vegan that I've missed? Share it below.

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