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    FAQ – I don’t like animals, so why stop eating them?

    First of all I have to ask you: are you really really sure? I personally do know some people who claim to not like animals. But, a vegan diet does not ask you to get a pet and be the best pet parent on this planet that has ever existed. It is okay to not squeak in excitement if you see a cat or dog, wanting to cuddle with them all day. But don’t you think that every breathing creature with feelings has the right to live and not be slaughtered to death just for a taste?   Besides the moral aspect, a vegan diet is not all about the…

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    What do others say about … Veganism

    I personally love looking and reading through quotes. They are wise words by someone who put a lot of thought into expressing something meaningful in only just a few letters. Some inspire, others make one start thinking, and others again are funny. They are written about all kinds of topics: food, relationship, money, life, diets, work, love, … as well as veganism, the animals and the environment. Stars, role models, actors, singers, writers, historic people… and nobodies wrote them.   I also believe that their messages stick with people on a much deeper level than just someone preaching, lecturing or writing blog posts about a certain topic. Therefore I started…

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    Why vegan – for the environment & our planet

    The common believe that the main reason for the climate change and the huge carbon footprint is the waste gas of cars and other transportation has been stated wrong. According to United Nations Scientists, the meat industry is the leading cause of climate change, water depletion, soil erosion and most other environmental problems.   Greenhouse gas emission and waste The animal agriculture – livestock and their by products – is responsible for 51% (32000 million tons) of all greenhouse gas emissions worldwide, which is more than the combined exhaust from all transportation. If we all stopped using any types of transportation (car, train, plane and ships) today it still wouldn’t…

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    Why vegan – for the animals

      According to an APPA survey the estimated number of pet dogs and cats living in US households is 163.6 million, which means a lot of people actually do like animals. However, more than 56 billion animals are killed every year for flesh, dairy and eggs. The animals used for food are just as intelligent and able to suffer as those who share our homes. Dogs, cats, cows – what is the difference? Why do we love one and kill the other one? With one we share our home, sometimes even the bed and cry over their deaths; yet we stick forks and knives into the bodies of other animals…

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    Why vegan

    Veganism is becoming bigger and bigger. Vegan restaurants seem to sprout up everywhere, vegan labelled products can be found in every supermarket and even on social media it is widely spread. Some people say it is just a trend and eventually fade away – I however don’t think so.   When I became vegan some of my friends told me I now officially turned into a weirdo, but the only thing I actually turned into was a more aware person. I have been vegetarian for over 6 years before I started to really dig into the reasons of adapting to a vegan lifestyle. For some reason I always liked the…