The Joys and Benefits of Living Compassionately and Healthfully. In Other Words: Vegan.
Vegan Weddings: How Dare You Reflect Who You Are on Your Special Day

So many vegans have been conditioned to be apologetic, self-effacing, or even ashamed for manifesting their values. Lest they be called selfish, rigid, or unreasonable, many compromise what they care about most to please someone else. This plays out in many scenarios but especially during wedding-planning. Whether or not...

Read More

Compassionate Fashion

I get a lot of questions from both men and women about finding compassionate clothing and shoes made without animal skins, fur, hair, or other body parts(!) – that are both fashionable as well as affordable. Today, I share my thoughts about why it costs a little more to...

Read More

The Favors We Do Animals…By Eating Them?

In his famous “Autobiography,” published posthumously in 1793, Benjamin Franklin recounts his experience following a vegetarian diet when he was 16 years old. Having read Thomas Tryon’s 1691 book “The Way to Health,” which extolls the many benefits of a “vegetable diet,” Franklin found that it promoted “greater clearness...

Read More

Being Vegan is a Means to An End. It is Not An End in Itself.

In today’s episode, I share my experience – and a fun audio clip – from my recent visit to Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, the Albany (NY) VegFest, and Red Robin Song Animal Sanctuary (and vegan guest house). I also answer your questions about whether or not it’s “vegan” to...

Read More

Letter to DailyFreeman.com: Talking Turkey About Holiday Fare

Dear Paula, Was your piece about turkeys (Talking Turkey About Holiday Fare) supposed to be an objective article or a subjective editorial? Because despite the fact that your byline says you’re a journalist, no journalism was to be found – only a “he said, she said” account. Your turkey...

Read More

Page 1 of 3:


Login
Remember Me



© 2014 Compassionate Cooks, LLC

Terms and Conditions  Privacy Policy  FAQs  Contact  Smoothie Recipes