Elephants are confined and abused at zoos around the country, all in the name of profit. In Defense of Animals has just released their 2018 Worst Zoos for Elephants revealing “outdated, failing, and cruel practices that are harming and killing elephants in U.S. zoos.”
Please share this list far and wide to expose the truth of what really happens to elephants who are held captive at zoos!
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As if we needed even more proof that plant-based foods are taking over, the demand for vegan cheese at Domino’s Pizza locations within the U.S. has skyrocketed!
Domino’s locations in Australia were the first of the franchise to offer 3 specialty pizzas with plant-based cheese. These absolutely mouth-watering options include The Vegan Margherita, The Vegan Avocado Veg, and The Vegan Spicy Veg Trio. The overwhelming success of these pizzas has lead Domino’s to make these them, along with vegan cheesy garlic bread (YESSS!), permanent menu items. Vegans, animal rights activists, and dairy-free individuals now demand locations throughout the United States to start offering these incredible pizzas with vegan cheese!
By offering plant-based cheese pizzas, Domino’s will make vegan options more accessible and accepted, and has the ability to inspire other chains within the food industry to follow suit! This is a HUGE opportunity for Domino’s pizza to become the largest franchise to offer vegan pizzas! C’mon, Domino’s! Let’s make this happen!
Head on over to your social media accounts and let Domino’s know that we want vegan pizza NOW!!!
If you’re a frequent Whole Foods shopper, you probably know that they offer some pretty tasty vegan options at their hot bar. If you haven’t tried their chicken fried tofu, please put that at the top of your To-Do list!
Last week, Whole Foods announced that they will be launching a new, vegan menu for the holidays! The festive dishes were created by Richard Landau and Kate Jacoby, the culinary plant-based geniuses behind the super swanky VEDGE restaurant in Philadelphia.
According to VegNews, this special holiday menu will include “mustard-glazed cauliflower, lentil-mushroom stuffing, “cheesy” rutabaga and potato mash, sauerkraut-roasted rainbow carrots, and chocolate toffee miniature cake. The vegan menu will also be available to order online from November 1 until November 6, and the promo code “VEGAN” will discount the price by $5.”
I don’t know about you, but I would love to have some unique dishes this holiday season (and not have to cook it all!).
Let me know if you try out any of these new dishes!