I Hope This Post Makes You Uncomfortable

We like to think we are incapable of cruelty to animals. We would never dream of harming a dog or cat. The only time many of us could imagine ever realistically having the need to kill an animal ourselves is if we happened to be camping and were about to be eaten by a bear … Continue reading I Hope This Post Makes You Uncomfortable

I’m Quitting Veganism To Be a Level 5 Paleo

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Everyone, I have a confession to make... I decided that I don't want to be vegan anymore.  It's boring to me now.  It was fun for a while, but ultimately just a phase.  I had a realization the other day while watching my meat-eating co-workers eat lunch.  They all got McDonalds and it looked and … Continue reading I’m Quitting Veganism To Be a Level 5 Paleo

My Take on New York Times ‘Ethical Meat’ Contest

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A contest called Put Your Ethics Where Your Mouth Is by The New York Times, has recently tried to figure out who can write the best argument supporting the idea that meat is ethical.  Panelled by Mark Bittman, Jonathan Safran Foer, Andrew Light, Michael Pollan, and Peter Singer, I was eager to read what their picks would be. … Continue reading My Take on New York Times ‘Ethical Meat’ Contest

Vegans Never Say Die!

If it's important to you, you'll find a way; If not, you'll find an excuse.

The term "vegan" has been loosely thrown around to mean 'someone who doesn't use or consume animal products or by-products'.  This is in fact true;  however, it is much more than just that.  Veganism does not start on your plate or your body -- it starts in the heart and mind.  Vegans are just people who … Continue reading Vegans Never Say Die!