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Category Archives: Veganism

Launch Night!

  Well, it was another glorious whirlwind of a launch weekend! Porter Square Books did a great job, as always, […]

Chickens are People Too

One of the very shiniest highlights of 2015 was the Boston Book Festival on October 25th: I got to do […]

Judgment and Complacency

(Here’s another chapter from Can-Do Vegan.)   “Don’t judge me. Eating animals doesn’t make me a bad person!” How can […]

The Deprivation Myth

“Vegan food is bland and boring.” Sometimes people will have a lackluster experience at a vegan restaurant and leave thinking that […]

Roasted Red Pepper Cutlets

  Prep time: 12 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes This cutlet is healthier without the breadcrumbs—the combination of oats, cornmeal, […]

A Garden or a Slaughterhouse?

“Plants have feelings too!” is a joke men make so they can avoid addressing the problem of flesh eating in […]

The Top-of-the-Food-Chain Argument

(Here’s another little chapter from Can-Do Vegan.) * * * “It’s normal and natural to eat animals. We’re at the […]

“But I love animals!”

My first ebook project, Can-Do Vegan, has been a long time coming, and it’s still nowhere near ready to publish. Right now […]

Vegan Edinburgh

I have a guest post over on the Main Street Vegan blog this week, a sort of vegan love letter […]

Food is Love

I’m not excited about blogging this week. It might be the holiday, or it might be because so many other projects […]

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