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November 17, 2009


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Great idea Jasmin! It's something so simple yet effectual! I'm actually disheartened by reading my subscriptions this time of the year because they have so little vegetarian let alone vegan options. (obviously Vegetraian Times had a lot of great articles including what to do when you hit a crossroads at that holiday dinner and how to handle it)I think publications should be aware enough to consider adding in something even for veg guests at the holiday table and even to have the gusto to go beyond just sides. Thanks again this is something I will definately do!

Great idea, Jasmin! In addition, with so much news content now online and often a space for user comments, readers can also go straight to the newspaper's web site to chime in for compassion. One can educate about the horrors of factory farming, and link to easy-to-make vegan recipes.

Have a happy and humane Thanksgiving!

PS- My turkey Rhonda arrived. I love her!

acronyms :)

I'll submit an article to my independent hometown paper - they are usually willing to print entire articles written by residents!

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