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Hello, friend! My name is Angela, and I'm a vegan studying pre-veterinary animal science. I love to smile, hug my animal friends, play piano, eat pasta, wear polka dots, and read Harry Potter. Please don't hesitate to ask me any questions about veganism, or animal rights in general!! Have a beautiful day :)

me:i have no classes with anybody i know
my parents:that's how you make friends!!!
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Some resources for people who've been told they "can't go vegan" →

veganveela:

soycrates:

Low income/poor vegans

Vegans recovering from eating disorders

liveloverunandeat check it out!! :)  i bet you could find some great info for your family/nutritionist here :)

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civil-anarchy:

necessaryveganism:


"I found that one quarter pound hamburger requires over 660 gallons of water to produce. Here I’ve been taking these short showers trying to save water, to find out just eating one hamburger is equivalent to showering 2 entire months."

 - Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

I’m sure clearing the brazilian rainforests for soy (common vegan staple) has had 0 impact on the environment though :/

I apologize if you’re being sarcastic (in which case haha, hilarious, well done) but just so we’re clear:
“About 85 percent of the world’s soybean crop is processed into meal and vegetable oil, and virtually all of that meal is used in animal feed.  
Some two percent of the soybean meal is further processed into soy flours and proteins for food use… Approximately six percent of soybeans are used directly as human food, mostly in Asia.” 

necessaryveganism:

civil-anarchy:

necessaryveganism:

"I found that one quarter pound hamburger requires over 660 gallons of water to produce. Here I’ve been taking these short showers trying to save water, to find out just eating one hamburger is equivalent to showering 2 entire months."

 - Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

I’m sure clearing the brazilian rainforests for soy (common vegan staple) has had 0 impact on the environment though :/

I apologize if you’re being sarcastic (in which case haha, hilarious, well done) but just so we’re clear:

“About 85 percent of the world’s soybean crop is processed into meal and vegetable oil, and virtually all of that meal is used in animal feed

Some two percent of the soybean meal is further processed into soy flours and proteins for food use… Approximately six percent of soybeans are used directly as human food, mostly in Asia.” 

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☼ Vintage, nature, hippie  blog☼

laekoa:

☼ Vintage, nature, hippie  blog☼

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korzolek:

if I wear a leather jacket around a vegan will I ruin all chances I have of sleeping with them b honest please

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vive-veg:

HOW TO KILL A CALF IN ONE EASY STEP…(1) Drink MilkCows produce milk to feed their babies. These babies undergo the trauma of being torn from their mothers just days after birth so that we humans can take their milk. The male babies are useless to the dairy industry and are slaughtered when they are just a few days old. Over half a million are killed per year in Australia alone.Please SHARE if you think mother’s milk is for their babies. If you don’t want to support the violent dairy industry check out our Vegan Easy Challenge.UPDATE: It is sad that every time we post about animal abuse in Australia our page is inundated with comments by defensive farmers in denial, or lying about, the animal abuse they profit from. Here are the facts in a document prepared by Animal Health Australia, a not-for-profit public company established by the Australian, state and territory governments and major national livestock industry organisations, with information ‘largely provided by the dairy industry service sector organisation, Dairy Australia.’ "In most Australian dairy regions there is a well established market for young dairy and dairy cross non-replacement calves, of which around 800,000 are produced annually on average, as shown in Table 1. Most are sold off the farm at between five and seven days old and are transported to an abattoir as ‘bobby calves’." source: ris.dpmc.gov.au/files/2012/01/02-Bobby-Calves-RIS.rtfFollow Animal Liberation Victoria | #vegan

vive-veg:

HOW TO KILL A CALF IN ONE EASY STEP…

(1) Drink Milk

Cows produce milk to feed their babies. These babies undergo the trauma of being torn from their mothers just days after birth so that we humans can take their milk. The male babies are useless to the dairy industry and are slaughtered when they are just a few days old. Over half a million are killed per year in Australia alone.

Please SHARE if you think mother’s milk is for their babies. If you don’t want to support the violent dairy industry check out our Vegan Easy Challenge.

UPDATE: It is sad that every time we post about animal abuse in Australia our page is inundated with comments by defensive farmers in denial, or lying about, the animal abuse they profit from. Here are the facts in a document prepared by Animal Health Australia, a not-for-profit public company established by the Australian, state and territory governments and major national livestock industry organisations, with information ‘largely provided by the dairy industry service sector organisation, Dairy Australia.’ 

"In most Australian dairy regions there is a well established market for young dairy and dairy cross non-replacement calves, of which around 800,000 are produced annually on average, as shown in Table 1. Most are sold off the farm at between five and seven days old and are transported to an abattoir as ‘bobby calves’." 
source: ris.dpmc.gov.au/files/2012/01/02-Bobby-Calves-RIS.rtf

Follow Animal Liberation Victoria | #vegan

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