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Before You Do A Vegan Resolution in January...
Before You Do a Vegan Resolution In January: Eight Steps to Set Yourself Up for Success.

Becoming a vegan is certainly a worthwhile New Year's resolution, and it's very much doable. But if you try these eight steps to ease into it, the process with be even easier and smoother.


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Talking Turkey Without Pulling Punches

Talking Turkey Without Pulling Punches

Thanksgiving puts us on edge, we get knots in our stomachs, we may always be on the verge of tears or ready to yell at people. We fantasize about how great it would be to just fast forward through November and December. We’re not being overwrought. The holiday season can be hard on everyone, but in addition to the family baggage, depression and stress, vegans get continual reminders of the one-sided, endless and brutal war our species continues to wage on other animals, especially around Thanksgiving.


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Here are literally 50 desserts you can make without animal products this Thanksgiving.

Here are literally 50 desserts you can make without animal products this Thanksgiving.

Yes, we’re talking moist, creamy, luscious creations that stand on their own as great desserts, not “good for vegan” recipes with little halos floating above them but not much taste. Gone are the cardboard vegan crusts and tofu-and-powdered-sugar frosting of yesteryear. Today, thanks to the innovation of the chefs and recipe developers I have spotlighted here, we can have our cake and eat it too — as can our uncle who makes fun of vegan food at every opportunity. (Don’t tell him until after he eats it that it was vegan and then watch the look on his face.)


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Here are literally 50 side dishes without animal products that you can eat this Thansgiving.

Here are literally 50 side dishes you can make without animal products this Thanksgiving.

I get it: Thanksgiving is very serious business in households across the U.S. If you dare to go rogue and stray from Aunt Eddie’s trusted cranberry sauce by using pecans instead of walnuts, grown-ass adults can transform into pouty toddlers faster than you can say “sacrilege,” so if you suggest replacing the customary dead turkey with a plant-based main dish as the centerpiece, as I did earlier this week, you know things are going to get tense in some families. Buckle up, buttercups!


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