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“my little canoe …”

“my little canoe …”

I made a little “canoe” when I was a child …

to risk exploring the…

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Added by naturetraveller on September 1, 2017 at 5:49am — No Comments

3 Basic Storage Tips for Keeping the Vegetables Fresh

Nothing tastes better than fresh food ingredients. It is not possible for everyone to go grocery shopping every time they need to cook something. The food businesses prefer to buy the food products in a bulk so that they always have enough ingredients to offer the best service and food to the customers. The food businesses prefer to keep the commercial chest freezers well-stocked.

It is not…

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Added by Emma Miah on August 10, 2017 at 12:45pm — No Comments

Some Important Tips Must be Followed While Dieting

There is a saying that your food should be your medicine and your medicine should be your food. A good diet plan can prevent you from most of the diseases. Most of the people choose to be vegetarian for the sake of most appropriate diet, hence completely exclude meat or dairy…

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Added by Emma Miah on August 4, 2017 at 6:45pm — No Comments

Vegan City Trip

Hello veggie friends !
I appeal to the solidarity of the Vegan Community !I'm a French vegan girl and I'm entering in a contest to win the funding of a trip which promotes Vegan food.The idea is to democratize this way of life in highlighting people and restaurants of 7 Vegan friendly cities of the world !Could you please take a look and share it if you like it ? …



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Added by Vivi BA on July 24, 2017 at 4:30pm — 1 Comment

The Protein Lie

The Protein Lie

Else Byskov, author

It is a deeply rooted belief that we humans need a lot of protein to live and it’s this: The protein we need has to come from an animal. This means that we need to eat the flesh of animals to survive and if we don´t, we will perish ourselves. For that reason, we have industrialized meat production that, from an ethical and humanitarian point of view, is not pretty.

But is it actually a fact that we need protein from animals to survive? Do…

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Added by Else Byskov on July 13, 2017 at 4:37pm — No Comments

Hi Bonnie;TV, advertising, etc...

Hi Bonnie, yes it's hard to escape animal abuse in all its forms. Some years ago I decided to be without a TV, and that has definitely reduced my exposure to distressing images and issues. (With the computer I have more control over what comes at me.) But going out and being among others who still embrace animal products, it's hard to feel as connected with people as I'd like.

Added by Carrie Gaye on July 2, 2017 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Vegetarian Diet Is Now Easier to Follow Than Ever

The world is changing fast and so is our diet. Vegetarianism is not just a questionable lifestyle choice anymore. Scientific research that tends to be more favorable towards these dietary regimes are mounting up and the way we impact our environment as civilized animals calls for tweaking our habits, sometimes drastically. This also includes changing our eating habits, but thankfully, the mindset of people today is becoming noticeably more flexible and vegetarian diets are easier to follow…

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Added by Isla Wright on June 28, 2017 at 12:14am — 2 Comments

Whales from sea

A lot of whales

Added by MOMO on June 26, 2017 at 8:21am — 1 Comment

How to Use Vega One as a Meal Replacement?

Replacing a meal with a shake can be a dodgy business seeing that not every shake can be healthy for you. If a shake lacks in fiber, protein or other types of nutrients, you might end up doing more harm to your body than you’d do by eating a regular meal. Luckily, Vega One isn’t one of those shakes.



And for this reason, we made this short article in which we will explain how to use Vega One as a…

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Added by Olivia Jones on June 14, 2017 at 12:04pm — No Comments

Newbie Vegan’s Favourite Recipes

Any newbie vegan will tell you that one of the most difficult things about changing your diet completely is having to think about all those recipes you have to adapt and trying to come up with new things to cook. Being a newbie vegan myself, I decided to share the recipes which are incredibly easy to make, yet equally delicious to eat, hoping that there will be others who will fall in love with them as much as I did.

Cauliflower…

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Added by Emma Lawson on June 5, 2017 at 3:45pm — No Comments

Innovative textile options that embrace sustainability and animal welfare

Hi,

My name is Nadja, I am new to this forum and am currently studying a MA course in sustainable fashion in Germany. I've been a vegetarian for several years now and therefore decided to research innovative textile options that embrace animal welfare as part of my final project. Since I'm not just doing this for myself I'd love to hear other people's opinion about this topic too - so far I've got lots of input from omnivores and vegans, but I'm lacking responses from vegetarians. I…

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Added by Nadja Geg on May 28, 2017 at 4:20pm — No Comments

The lowest maintenance vegetables to grow in the city

A city full of skyscrapers, buildings everywhere, intersected with an occasional park where urbanites go for their morning or evening constitutional. The only bits of greenery are the interspersed potted shrubs by the sidewalk or potted plants on the windowsill. Often, urban homes are small and compact, thus, for the urbanite with green thumbs, growing their own plants might pose a bit of a challenge.

With the innovations and technology today, there have been many ways that the people…

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Added by Alessandra on May 2, 2017 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Lands in love is a vegetarian, vegan hotel and resort with two restaurants, adventure center and animal rescue shelter, all situated in a tropical cloud forest in Costa Rica.

The restaurants offer wide range plates from all over the world, all vegetarian or vegan.

The food is made with love and praised by all.

Special dishes are prepared for people with different needs such as gluten free, sugar free, lactose free etc.

The ingredients which are used, are of high quality and fresh.…

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Added by Steven Rodriguez on April 29, 2017 at 4:27am — No Comments

3 important keystone food resources

Keystone species are defined as species that have an essential role as to how balanced the ecosystem is. Removing a keystone species from a habitat can often result in the dramatic alteration of the ecosystem, sometimes even resulting in the complete shutdown of that ecosystem.

Many…

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Added by Alessandra on April 26, 2017 at 6:24pm — No Comments

Vegetarian Boarding School in the UK - would you be interested in sending your children?

Did you know such a school existed? Brockwood Park is a small co-educational boarding school set in 36 acres of countryside in deepest Hampshire and is one of a handful of schools founded by the humanist philosopher and educationalist, Jiddu Krishnamurti.  In founding Brockwood, Krishnamurti expressively wanted to create a new generation of individuals who were free from 'self-centred action'.

The main school, housed in a classically styled, lime-washed mansion with uninterrupted…

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Added by Victoria Lewin on April 21, 2017 at 10:30pm — No Comments

All for free: Try raw food mulilanguage website with recipes

Right above select your language

https://gesund-mit-rohkost.de

On website klick on + to get more free reicpes and tips in the menu or use the above menu to access all.

It costs you nothing, only time to read.

Added by Anja on April 16, 2017 at 3:21pm — No Comments

Shopping Judiciously For A Healthier Planet

The growing awareness of environmental problems has resulted in changes in the way many of us think and live.

Not so long ago we all believed that the planet would continue to sustain us - no matter what. Our attitudes have since changed. We are now bombarded with frightening statistics that actually show the opposite.…

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Added by Cherry Morgan on April 11, 2017 at 2:20pm — No Comments

Vegetarian Diets and Nutrition

It is the intention of this article to not only inform and enlighten those interested in vegetarian cooking, but also to provide hints and information to those interested generally in eating good, well prepared foods. Probably the first important aspect of food and eating is its preparation. We need to consider the type of utensils used and the method of cooking employed to prepare food in its most appetizing and more importantly most nutritionally beneficial form.

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Added by Cherry Morgan on April 5, 2017 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Ways to improving writing skills

While not everyone can write a literary masterpiece, a balanced impressive piece is something that everyone should be able to produce. But unfortunately, most of the people part their ways from writing after academics and end up having a sub-standard writing style for their entire life. No matter your profession, effective writing is something you will constantly need for one purpose or another and it is in those times that one realizes writing is something skill is something that you can’t…

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Added by sam berry on March 24, 2017 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Rеаl Tаlk: Arе Lеаdеrѕ bоrn оr made?

 

 

Every оnе оf us аrе соnсеivеd with оnе аttributе in likе manner: роtеntiаl. Obviоuѕlу thеrе are numеrоuѕ possibilities, yet the key in managing роtеntiаl iѕ thе bооѕt and environment thаt bringѕ it оut. Along thеѕе linеѕ, уоu can tаkе a gаndеr at аll of thе individuаlѕ frоm your…

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Added by sam berry on February 3, 2017 at 12:28pm — No Comments

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