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April 01, 2011

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Martha Stewart does not normally impress me. But This is impressive.
What a beautiful show!

I made the vegan beef borgounion last night...fantastic!!

Wow !! That is great news ! Thank you Martha Stewart for airing this show.

This episode was the only full episode of Martha I have ever watched, and my opinion of her skyrocketed after viewing it. More so when I learned that she is an adoptive parent of a Farm Sanctuary animal (we have adopted two...so far!)!

I appreciated that the show was so positive and not "fringe" or preachy. What a great day for animals and veganism alike - congratulations!

Love it! Go Gene go! Keep the momentum going! xoxo MA

I see you there. Wow congratulations!
What a hudge step for Vegans, I didn't know her but when I stumble upon her videos on youtube I was sorry she didn't teach Vegan meals.

I'm glad slowly we reach the time that we'll not only look for vegan recipes online but tv will open a space to us.

i absolutely loved your vegan show, martha. thank you. i just
wanted to tell you about the wine
that was used in the beef borgounion. i dont know what type of wine was used, but many wines are not vegan or even vegetarian. i love wine and i have been searching for that yummy
vegan wine. most wines are made with animal-derived ingredients to assist in the processing of the wine. the ingredient is isinglass. it is a pure form of gelatin from sturgeon fish bladders, also gelatine from boiled cow's or pig's hooves and sinews. also, egg whites(or albumin) and caeins (protein from milk). sorry wine lovers. i was
shocked myself when i found this out. i have found some vegan wines. there are many web sites
you can visit to find them. p.s.
beer also is not vegan. there are a few, but the hops and left overs are sent to factory farms. super bummer when i found out.
but anyways, super great show martha. you are too cool. keep on vegan on! vanji

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