Showing posts with label vegans. Show all posts
Showing posts with label vegans. Show all posts

World Vegan Day- 1 November

World Vegan Day is an event celebrated every year on November 1 by vegans around the world. The day was created in 1994 by Louise Ellis, then President and Chairman of the Vegan Society of Britain, to celebrate 50 years of existence, and also 70 years for the existence of the term "veganism".
Every day, more and more people around the world become vegans for reasons of morality, environment, health or all the reasons together.
On this day there are festivals and exhibitions around the world organized by vegans. There are also events such as vegan food stands, lectures and demonstrations.
Veganism is a term coined by Donald Watson in 1951. The reason for choosing naturalism is the ideology of protecting the rights of animals to live a good life without suffering and preserving the environment.

Veganism is a lifestyle of avoiding consumption of products that come from animals:
Avoiding food from the animal world: meat, eggs, milk and bees honey. 
Avoiding the use of products made of animal skins (including fur, wool and feathers) for clothing, footwear, textiles and furniture. Avoiding the use of products whose manufacturing process caused animal suffering like silk threads. Many of the vegans also object to the exploitation of animals for other purposes (such as transportation, circus entertainment) that directly or indirectly cause damage and even suffering to live and use products that have been tested on animals and caused them great harm. Unfortunately, there is almost no product category in the world whose manufacturing process has not caused animal suffering, and it is difficult to find products that will be clean from it. 

How to celebrate World Vegan Day?
Open your ears and heart and listen, learn about the subject without fear.
Listen to one of the most famouse lecture in the world: Best Speech You Will Ever Hear - Gary Yourofsky:

Go to a vegan restaurant.
Go to a vegan event
Make a clean day, a day when you will not eat animals: no meat, no milk, no fish and no eggs.
Wear a Go Vegan shirt.
Go Vegan.

 November 1 is also Day of the Dead and Go Cook For Your Pets Day

Independence from Meat Day- 4 July

Independence from Meat Day is a special day celebrated on 4th of July and it's meaning is a day without meat.

More and more people adopt a vegetarian lifestyle these days, both because of the health benefits of reducing or lowering the meat from their diet, and because of the moral and environmental consequences. Even if you are a carnivor and eat meat, a meatless day is your chance to try another kind of kitchen that does not focus on poor animals. If one day a year you won't eat meat, it will not change much for you, but for animals all over the world it will help.

Why July 4th is a meatless day? 
July 4 Independence Day is declared, precisely because on this day it is customary to eat meat on the barbanimals, carnivors, food days, independence day, meat, vegans, vegeterians, ecue throughout the United States celebrating its Independence Day.

There are studies that show that eating meat is unhealthy for us, especially meat grilled on fire.

There are other reasons why not eat meat on July 4th, and in general. It's dangerous for Earth as well. In order to grow the cattle and poultry that are used to eat in huge quantities, there is a need for lots of water and ground areas. In order to clear areas for the animals, they cut trees. The gases emitted by the animals that grow up to eat harm the ozone layer and estimate that this amount is greater than the amount of gas emitted by all the cars together. In short, eating meat harms not only human, but also the environment.

And besides, there's the moral aspect. Through the growth of animals destined for slaughter, ways of slaughter, how animals are transported from place to place, sometimes from abroad on long journeys in crowded ships and other unimaginable horrors.

How to celebrate the Independence from meat day? Very simple. Spend the day with a vegetarian or vegan menu. There are so many things to eat that are not meat. There are falafel and hummus, salads and tahini, fruits and candies in abundance. The possibilities of food that does not include the meat of a dead animal are limitless. So what do you mind trying?

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