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December 03, 2009


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Great suggestions, Jasmin!

As I am always proud to tell people, I asked my dad to go vegan for a month as a gift to me back in December 2005. Four years later, he's still with it, and encouraging his friends to give it a try. Talk about a gift that keeps on giving!

I love the home made gift idea. I plan on preparing ingredients for vegan oatmeal raisin cookies and putting them in a glass jar with instructions...

I really enjoy making things made for vegans. It makes me feel better about life. Have a great holiday.

Thrift stores are the best! I got a packet of 12 holiday cards for just $1 at one. They are a great place to find vegan fashion too.

You can find a charitable thrift store through The Thrift Shopper. Many support homeless animals, domestic violence victims, and other worthy causes.

Bringing a bag of vegan food in honor of someone to your local food pantry is also nice.

Happy Holidays!

If are you making this as a gift its absolutely adorable so cute i love this. Will certainly visit your site more often now.


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