Photo courtesy of Vegan Society
November 1st is World Vegan day and the start to World Vegan month.
Agriculture is one of the most resource-intensive and environmentally damaging processes in our industrialized lifestyles. Vegan Society states that “[r]emoving the causes of environmental degradation is often more effective than seeking to control the symptoms.” A simple solution (or at least a step in the right direction) to the agriculture problem effecting the environment is becoming vegan. Although veganism might not be a possibility (or you think it can’t be a possibility) for you. Fact: it is harder to find delicious vegan food, but here in Boulder the restuarants have a great selection of organic, vegan, vegetarian, delicious food.
Check out my vegan favorites:
Being Vegan doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice delicious foods, and vegan food is becoming more and more available either at your local Whole Foods or local restaurant.
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