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Vegan Living

Living the Farm Sanctuary Life
In this gentle introduction to plant-based living, Gene Baur (president and co-founder of nonprofit farmed animal advocacy organization Farm Sanctuary) and co-author Gene Stone introduce readers to the joys and benefits of cruelty-free living. Written with the understanding that most people are compassionate and want to live accordingly, Living the Farm Sanctuary Life invites non-vegans to eat in alignment with their values and engage in a mindful connection with their food. The book also clearly explains the health and environmental benefits of vegan eating while offering plant-based substitutes for animal-based products.

Cookbooks and online cooking pages, including FB

plant powered for life – sharon palmer 


Free online program starting the 1st through the 21st of each month! www.21DayKickstart.org Explore and experience the health benefits of a plant-based diet. 

FREE online 21-Day Vegan Kickstart: www.21DayKickstart.org
The 30-Day Vegan Challenge
If your partner has expressed excitement about the plant-based meals you cook for them through comments such as, “If vegan food was always this good, I could definitely be vegan,” it’s time they added Colleen Patrick-Goudreau’s The 30-Day Vegan Challenge to their reading list. The book invites readers to try a month-long cruelty-free eating plan filled with the sorts of delicious foods people of all dietary persuasions can enjoy. The author explains how meat-eaters trying out veganism can navigate dining out with friends and family and how to choose restaurants that offer vegan options. Think of Patrick-Goudreau as a personal vegan coach, and you just might have a new convert in your life.
The China Study
In The China Study, authors T. Colin Campbell, PhD, and Thomas M. Campbell II draw a link between diets heavy in animal products and the diseases that plague contemporary Western societies. Through the use of clear charts and easy-to-understand explanations, the book features scientific research proving that the consumption of animal products increases the likelihood of illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. These straightforward explanations can be appreciated by anyone with an interest in staying alive and healthy.



What the Health – new doc

Watch What the Health




Veg Fests 

Street Fairs


orgs e.g. DxE, 

everyday activism – where to get pamphlets: MFA, PETA, Vegan Outreach, Vegan Society

email actionteam@peta.org with your mailing address and write Canada goose stickers under the subject. They are free and they also send you pamphlets with info to give away.

For Mercy for Animals Vegetarian Starter Guides or PETA’s Vegan Starter Kits



vegans of LA


BOOKS to help people start out 


Food Monster App


Vegan Richa

Vegan Recipe News

Minimalist Baker

The Buddhist Chef


The Vegan Way



ORGS to support – Charitable contributions: 

Out to Pasture Sanctuary and Lighthouse Sanctuary 


Vegan Hunks and bodybuilders

Jon Venus 

Torre Washington
Jordan David – Conscious Muscle is Vegan Muscle



Vegan Celebrities:

Joaquin Phoenix