Monthly Archives: December 2015


To be vegan or vegan-ish, one must boycott animal products. From Wikipedia, “A boycott is an act of voluntarily abstaining from using, buying, or dealing with a person, organization”. Therefore, when one refuses to boycott animal products, for whatever reason, they’re not vegan – they’re flexitarian. What’s a flexitarian? From […]

Flexitarian Awareness: Share As Needed



You might be a vegan… …If you’ve bragged, “this coat? It’s pleather”. …The servers at vegetarian restaurants fear you. …If you’ve forcefully stopped yourself from discussing poo. …Your grandma refuses to eat with you. …If, out of all on-line kid’s games, your favorite is Barnivore. …If being called vegetarian angers […]

you might be a vegan if…



Vegan Means Having Principle My friend Hunter got me started as an environmentalist. He said he never took animal rights’ groups seriously. “Animals did not matter like forests, rivers and mountains”. Till he visited Prague. Learned that it’s all connected. We’re all connected. Politics = animals = our planet = […]

vegan means having principle