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April 21, 2010


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Thank you for this piece! I love finding new vegan ideas.

And since you asked, I am eating a bowl of roasted spaghetti squash with carmelized onions and herbed salt as i read/write.....

Trader Joe's is my favorite wallet-friendly retailer with so much vegan food (most sold under their own label). They even have a vegan list:

I love their meatless meatballs, organic soy ice cream, chicken-less stuffed cutlets, soy yogurt and much more.

Happy, humane shopping everyone!

Thank you so much for the honor of including Allison's Gourmet in your post, Gene! =)

We are thrilled to offer an exclusive collection of vegan+organic baked good and confections (Vegan Peanut Butter Cups, Peppermint Patties, Toffee, Caramels, Brittle, and more).

With all the yumazing vegan foods available today, being vegan is an uncompromising, easy, and delicious way to celebrate Earth Day every day!

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Gene grew up in Hollywood, California and worked in commercials for McDonald's and other fast food restaurants. He adopted a vegan lifestyle in 1985, and today, he campaigns to raise awareness about the negative consequences of industrialized factory farming and our cheap food system. He lives in Washington, DC and is the co-founder and president of Farm Sanctuary. Read more.

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