Being vegan can be challenging as it comes with an intense awareness of the suffering in this world. So how do we stay hopeful and find joy in life while having this, at time, very painful awareness? In this interview, self proclaimed Joyful Vegan Colleen Patrick-Goudreau shares her approach to staying hopeful in a non-vegan world. And check out the bonus video with Gary Yourofsky here: http://bit.ly/GaryBonus Tweetables: I’d Rather Be Aware: http://ctt.ec/Db9YL How to Stay Hopeful in A Non-Vegan World: http://ctt.ec/4610q I Choose Hope: http://ctt.ec/dcrqc Featured…See More
"Hi there, I have been a vegetarian since the age of 8 that's 34 years. I visited a farm in the outback, witnessed the slaughter of a sheep, was horrified and devastated. My parents were very supportive. I did not touch meat from that day…"
"Butter is hard to replace when you are used to it, but it's cultural rather than real. Here (South of Europe) people use olive oil on bread, in soups, on crackers etc... You can try avocado with olive oil as a kind of "butter""