fightingforanimals:

itmakesmedizzy:

youngblackandvegan:

burdenedwithgloriousbooty:

feuerbaech:

dagwolf:

Fuck PETA. They’re offering to help ten families in Detroit with their bills if they agree to become vegan.

JUST WOW 

FUCK PETA

Holy shit that is some straight up white saviour missionary style bullshit. Only with quinoa instead of bibles. 

we will help you

but only ONLY if you accept tofu as your lord and savior

(x)

forever hatin’ peta

A message from Anonymous
Dude there's no way vegan is healthy. You don't get enough protein, you'll never build muscle. Just concerned for your health, bro.
A reply from plant-strong

I’m sorry, what?

elige:

this is importantthis will change our worldthis is ALREADY changing many lives on a DAILY basis—both humans’ and animals’

elige:

this is important
this will change our world
this is ALREADY changing many lives on a DAILY basis—both humans’ and animals’

funnywildlife:

How we are endangering animals

itstimetogetfit:

spicy black beans with avocado, coriander, tomato, lettuce, cucumber, red onion & sprouts on a wholemeal wrap

itstimetogetfit:

spicy black beans with avocado, coriander, tomato, lettuce, cucumber, red onion & sprouts on a wholemeal wrap

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vegan-yums:

Creamy Vegan Mac and Cheese / Recipe
(homemade cheese sauce for those who don’t like or want to buy premade vegan cheeses)

vegan-yums:

Creamy Vegan Mac and Cheese / Recipe

(homemade cheese sauce for those who don’t like or want to buy premade vegan cheeses)

posters-for-good:

Eat less water.
2400 L water for one hamburger
Food production consumes water.
Conserve water by reducing food waste.

posters-for-good:

Eat less water.
2400 L water for one hamburger
Food production consumes water.
Conserve water by reducing food waste.

vegan-yums:

Mango & red pepper orzo salad / Recipe

niyonville:

balcony update: bananas, watermelon, kabocha, potatoes, corn, red onions, mushrooms, river spinach and other greens, carrots, soybean sprouts, blueberries, peaches, apricots, 2 different varieties of plums and some barely visible cherries. yummy summer is yummy

niyonville:

balcony update: bananas, watermelon, kabocha, potatoes, corn, red onions, mushrooms, river spinach and other greens, carrots, soybean sprouts, blueberries, peaches, apricots, 2 different varieties of plums and some barely visible cherries. yummy summer is yummy

A message from Anonymous
i always have discussions with people about my eating habits (im vegan) and people ALWAYS end up saying "what about all the bugs and insects that die and have their home destroyed because of you eating vegetables" when i keep hitting back with facts as to why veganism is the way forward but cant and wont admit it, but im always stumped with something to say back.. any suggestions?
A reply from fightingforanimals

Veganism isn’t about perfection, it is about minimising our harm as much as possible. We can always improve, of course, but nobody can attain perfection in any part of life.

The reason I get so incredibly frustrated with people who challenge this sort of thing, is that they seem to feel that because perfection can’t be attained, it’s not worth bothering with. That’s a seriously irrational attitude to have and if they had it with all elements of life, they’d pretty much do nothing all day and likely become mentally unbalanced as well. It is not a healthy way to look at things.

These people also seem to forget that they eat vegetables too. Not only that, but they actually account for more crops harvested (and therefore more animal deaths, more worker abuse, etc etc) because not only do they eat these, but they eat large animals who guzzle thousands of pounds of grains and feed in their short lifetimes. Veganism is not a perfect, angelic way of life - but it does help to limit our impact on small animals and insects and other creatures (never mind, of course, the animals we don’t consume anyway), because it still takes up far less land and resources to grow plant materials. If these people cared about these points, the logical step would be to become vegan, as it would account for far less habitat destruction and accidental death in agriculture. 

albeeats:

Homemade veggie sushi + peanut noodles + salad + spicy tahini sauce DONTMINDIFIDO.

albeeats:

Homemade veggie sushi + peanut noodles + salad + spicy tahini sauce DONTMINDIFIDO.