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Tips & Tricks

And here’s another sign of the plant-based march toward the new normal. Forbes blogger Robin Raven offers useful advice in her posting, “Tips for Flying As a Vegan.”

At one point in our saga, this would have been framed as one  of the many arenas where we have to fight for the right to eat a cruelty free meal. But now it’s presented as a set of tactics to deal with one of those “sticky situations” that still pop up despite progress made. Learn more here.


Add this to your arsenal. Lucy Rahim gives Telegraph readers six reasons a vegan diet is good for you. Read on.

In Extra Crispy Maxine Builder tells how to get a week's worth of breakfasts from Whole Foods for $25. Read more 

Are there any health implications for raising your child as a vegetarian, vegan or pescatarian? Without clear guidelines, it can be difficult to know whether children are receiving the vitamins and nutrients they need. Louisa Matwiejczyk explores the pros and cons of meat-free diets. Click here.

 What are the best sources of protein for vegans? OK, you already know.  But even so, here's a concise list from nutritionist Paula Morris for the readers of Australia'sBody and Soul Click here

Vogue UK sifts through the cosmetic counter and comes up with a list of vegan makeup purveyors. Lottie Winter gives us the lowdown here.

10 Small Steps by Gene Baur

Farm Sanctuary's Gne Baur and friend

Activist Gene Baur’s new book is Living the Farm Sanctuary Life: The Ultimate Guide to Eating Mindfully, Living Longer, and Feeling Better Every Day. We present an excerpt.

OF COURSE IT WOULD be wonderful if everyone who came to Farm Sanctuary, or everyone who read this book, immediately became a plant-based eater. I doubt that's going to happen. But many of Farm Sanctuary's visitors start on their vegan journey by making small changes in their diet. And small steps often lead to much larger ones.

For instance, [more]

How to Trick Your Tongue Behind Its Back 

Hillstone/Houston's vegeburger

If you really want to be a vegetarian but simply cannot imagine going without your fave rave freak-out foods, trick your tongue with equivalent dishes so you won't feel deprived.  Worry about living on the dreaded edamame and broccoli juice another day.

F'rinstance: [more]