VEGAN / Cholesterol Free Living. Dairy Free, Animal Free, Cruelty Free. Better for the animals, better for the planet, and better for you!
VEGAN WOLF is here for vegans, vegetarians, or ANYONE new to veganism, or people who need information on living cholesterol free, plant based, or someone who, perhaps has a friend or family member who is vegan, and wants to learn more about what being a vegan means, answering some of the most often asked questions about being vegan.
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Vegan wolf is great for someone switching to a vegan or cholesterol free diet, who thinks there is nothing to eat but tofu and alfalfa sprouts! Frankly, there is a lot of bad tasting food out there, vegan or not, and if someone tries one thing and it doesn't taste good, or uses the wrong kind of soy milk in a recipe, it can make a big difference!
Get yourself on the right track for a vegan diet.
Plus, veganwolf is great for someone who already has recipes they like but needs help converting them to plant based vegan, cholesterol free.
VEGANWOLF has hundreds of great vegan recipes, adding more constantly, and can help convert yours! You will find many, wonderful, recipes that most everyone will love! They are, of course, cholesterol free, and many were converted from non-vegan recipes, meaning that most are, naturally, healthier than standard recipes, yet not lacking in flavor or texture, and will remind you of old-fashioned cooking. Plus there are new things to try, and gourmet recipes you will love also! No one will ask "where is the meat?"
No human needs meat!
No one should force pain on another for their own pleasure or enjoyment!
Vegan food can be just as good, if not truly better , than that made using rotting animal parts!
I have several of these spice racks and Love It! (My brother makes them!) vw
"Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet."
"You must be the change you wish to see in the world."
" What is it that should trace the insuperable line? ...The question is not, Can they reason? nor Can they talk? but, Can they suffer?"
Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832)
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