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Vegetarian and Vegan Atheists

This group is dedicated to those who choose to live a compassionate and environmentally friendly lifestyle and for those who are interested in learning more about this way of life.

Location: #life
Members: 41
Latest Activity: Sep 11

THIS GROUP IS OPEN TO:

*Anyone who are simply curious about vegetarians and their concerns*

*Those who are considering going vegetarian or vegan.

*Part-Time Vegetarians

*People who just want to check out some great tasting recipes  

*Environmentalists, Animal Welfare Advocates, Tree-Hugging Hippies, Hard Core Vegans, and Vegetarian/Vegan Activists

 

ON-GOING DISCUSSIONS:

*OUR VEGAN AND VEGETARIAN RECIPE LINKS

* The Screening Room

* BOOK SHELF

*On-line Resource and Recipe Websites

*Tips on Vegetarian/Vegan eating.

*Vegan Shopping List

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Vegan Shopping List

Started by Neal. Last reply by Mooolah Aug 28. 67 Replies

Well, tomorrow starts the vegan lifestyle. I'm preparing for hunger. =) I think I've put on 5 pounds eating all the damn dairy and eggs I could handle this last week. Pizza after pizza, (I really like pizza). Trying to put a shopping list together…Continue

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Completely Vegan

Started by Neal. Last reply by Neal May 14, 2020. 66 Replies

This is for posting recipes that are strictly vegan. There may be some duplicates from other categories, since many recipes spread around are either vegan as is, or with a simple change can be made vegan. …Continue

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Strawberry Dishes to Make Now

Started by Sydni Moser. Last reply by Stephen Brodie Oct 14, 2019. 5 Replies

It is no secret that the most flavorful dishes are made with ingredients that are in season, fresh and full of flavor. That being said, I can’t get enough of summer strawberries. Strawberries are in full effect with their peak season being from…Continue

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VEGAN lasagne?

Started by Jean Marie. Last reply by Ana Pirs Oct 14, 2019. 7 Replies

I have a vegetarian daughter, and some vegetarian pals, and have made vegetarian lasagne tons of times. but, i've never ever made VEGAN (cheese free) lasagne...anyone have a recipe for this?  Can it be done and taste right?Continue

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Tips on Vegetarian/Vegan eating.

Started by Neal. Last reply by Ana Pirs Sep 30, 2019. 13 Replies

This is the place to archive any tips you might have concerning vegetarian dishes. The thought that comes to mind that makes my dishes better is the addition of olive oil just before serving, or adding just before cooking. It gives the richness that…Continue

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Vegetables

Started by Neal. Last reply by Ana Pirs Sep 19, 2019. 40 Replies

We do love our VEGGIES, but don't you sometimes get bored with your 'same-o' recipes? So let's spice them up, change the plan, move things…Continue

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The Basics: 6 Nutrients Every Vegetarian Needs

Started by Sydni Moser. Last reply by Ana Pirs Sep 17, 2019. 17 Replies

Delia QuigleyFebruary 19, 2012Care2“Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the…Continue

"Cocktails Anyone?"

Started by Sydni Moser. Last reply by Stephen Brodie Sep 15, 2019. 22 Replies

  When the warm wind blows,it's time to mix up a cold, refreshing beverage. By 4pm I'm ready to add the booze. Have a favorite summertime mixed drink? ***Share, Share, Share***   Continue

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Started by Doone. Last reply by Ana Pirs Aug 27, 2019. 7 Replies

41 Delicious Vegan Thanksgiving RecipesHey, so I'm pretty sure Thanksgiving is coming up pretty soon? If you or your guests are vegan or vegetarian, you'll need something delicious for said herbivores to eat. Here are some such things!…Continue

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Comment was by Doone on August 14, 2020 at 3:25pm
The adorable American pika. (Photo: Nasim Mansurov)
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Comment was by Doone on September 11, 2019 at 5:38pm

Cool, one thing we have is a lot of avacodoes..  I will try your recipe.

Comment was by Ana Pirs on September 11, 2019 at 5:28pm

Good group! i want to  share with you one of my Favourite recipe - https://greenann.com/recipe/mushrooms-avocado-pasta/

Mushrooms Pasta with Avocado Sauce! Try)

Comment was by Doone on August 17, 2019 at 1:53pm
On a beautiful weekend, botanist and Native American storyteller Robin Wall Kimmerer on gardening and the secret of happiness https://brainpickings.org/2016/02/29/robin-wall-kimmerer-braiding-sweetgrass/
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Comment was by Davy on November 16, 2014 at 3:58pm

I will have to dig up that article that dealt with studies on plants and their sensing of being eaten by insects.
That will be interesting to see the difference between the two sets of data. 

For me it is the natural order of life but that does not mean that the animals we use for food to be ill treated when there is no need nor call for it! But handled in the most humane way that we know how unlike our forbears! 

Comment was by Neal on November 14, 2014 at 8:43am

Well Davy, now you're in my territory. =)

I'll have to come back and read the whole article. I'm not one of those who prefer a vegetarian lifestyle because of the inhumane treatment of animals, though I think it sucks, I prefer it because of how much better physically I feel when I limit animal products. I'll have to compare the data with the states, but there's no doubt that something is dying for me to be living.

Comment was by Davy on November 7, 2014 at 1:00pm

Ordering The Vegetarian Meal? There’s More Animal Blood On Your Hands

Please note: the author of this article is Australian, and much of the information in the following article applies specifically to that area of the world. Farming practises differ around the globe. 

The ethics of eating red meat have been grilled recently by critics who question its consequences for environmental health and animal welfare. But if you want to minimise animal suffering and promote more sustainable agriculture, adopting a vegetarian diet might be the worst possible thing you could do.

Renowned ethicist Peter Singer says if there is a range of ways of feeding ourselves, we should choose the way that causes the least unnecessary harm to animals. Most animal rights advocates say this means we should eat plants rather than animals.

It takes somewhere between two to ten kilos of plants, depending on the type of plants involved, to produce one kilo of animal. Given the limited amount of productive land in the world, it would seem to some to make more sense to focus our culinary attentions on plants, because we would arguably get more energy per hectare for human consumption. Theoretically this should also mean fewer sentient animals would be killed to feed the ravenous appetites of ever more humans.

But before scratching range-lands-produced red meat off the “good to eat” list for ethical or environmental reasons, let’s test these presumptions.

Published figures suggest that, in Australia, producing wheat and other grains results in:

at least 25 times more sentient animals being killed per kilogram of usable protein, more environmental damage, and a great deal more animal cruelty than does farming red meat.
How is this possible?

Want to know how this is possible then just click on the following link Ordering the Vegetarian Meal? There's more animal blood on your hands.

Comment was by Doone on July 19, 2014 at 4:10pm

Impotent roosters wreak havoc in a poultry industry that's already a mess by

 

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