This is the burger everybody’s been talking about and quite frankly, compared to the other Impossible Burgers I’ve had this hardly resembled it. There are two ways you can order this burger at Burger King cooked: either flame broiled, or microwaved for those who don’t want their burger cooked on the same surface an animalContinue reading “IMPOSSIBLE WHOPPER”
WHY THE WORLD NEEDS PLANT MEATS AND PLANT DAIRY Some vegans, especially minimalists, concerned about the carbon footprint believe that the carbon footprint that most researchers agree needs to be reduced may not be accomplished by replacing all animal products with plant alternatives. That may be so, however in order to convince the largest numbersContinue reading “Why The World Needs Plant Meats and Plant Dairy”
ANIMAL-FREE VEGAN COMPANIES ARE STILL IN THEIR BIRTHING STAGE What this means is that for many companies to get up and running they need to use the factories that other companies use to manufacture their goods that do contain animal products. They basically rent out the facilities, thus the common labeling of possible and/or traces of allergensContinue reading “What Does Animal-Free Mean?”
I still don’t like them. The creamy center isn’t creamy at all. Maybe I’ll give them a try again. I’ll have to be sure to buy some nut milk for dunking. Later.
Hardly anyone knows what vegan is even today nearly 40 years later. They’ve become familiar with the word, but not the meaning. They don’t get why vegans won’t eat a vegetarian burger made with egg whites, or that fish and chicken are animals. And what’s wrong with cheese? That’s not an animal. Well, real vegansContinue reading “Labels + Current Diet Categories”
When Steve brought a case of SEASNAX home I doubted that we would finish the case. Well, we have two left after what I had today. The chipotle flavor is my favorite, though I didn’t reject any of them. They’re ultra thin – thinner than spring roll skins and of course crispy. The chew: It’sContinue reading “SEASNAX”
The current trend in labeling a manufactured food, that CONTAINS NO ANIMAL PRODUCTS (CNAP), is to label it PLANT-BASED rather than VEGAN, or ANIMAL-FREE. Some worry about the negativity associated with animal rights groups, so veer from the usage of the word vegan on their product even though it might be vegan.
Source The Vegan Activist, YouTube Most vegetarians are not aware that dairy, eggs and honey are cruel and unhealthy products. They have not researched the wool and leather industries and they are ignorant about animal testing. In the following video, I will explain everything as clearly as possible. Help support the channel via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theveganactiv… %5B…%5DContinue reading “Animal Cruelty Is Not Only About Eating The Flesh”
ANIMAL-FREE VEGAN COMPANIES ARE STILL IN THEIR BIRTHING STAGE What this means is that for many companies to get up and running they need to use the factories that other companies use to manufacture their goods that do contain animal products. They basically rent out the facilities, thus the common labeling of possible and/or tracesContinue reading “WHAT CONSTITUTES ANIMAL-FREE TO ME”