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Monday, January 7, 2013

New Vegan Cooking Show, a Hero Chicken, and Down With Pork!

Posted By on Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 9:40 AM

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Good morrow, friends! Happy Meatless Monday! For your weekly food porn, I present German Chocolate Cake Rolls from Vegan Heartland! Hubba hubba:

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See Also:

- The Year In Vegan!

- Vegan Nutballs, Meat Sales Down, and Timeless Coffee Brings Vegan Goodness to Oakland

- Peanut Brittle, Trader Joe's Vegan Cheese, and Happy Holidays!

My omni boyfriend Mark Bittman led the year off with another lovely piece advocating for better treatment of farm animals. My omni boyfriend is the best!

Here's a nice easy thing you can do: Californians can now support Animal Place while they shop at some handy stores! You get a free SHARES card and have at it. I love shopping and I love animals so this is very relevant to my interests.

Ecorazzi is keeping a close eye on Ne-Yo's new vegan diet (lifestyle?) and it looks like things are going swell.

The biggest news all week is obvi the first episode of an all-vegan cooking show on the Cooking Channel. It's all anyone's talking about! I miss it. I was out partying as per usual. But who saw it? What'd you think? You can watch some of the dudes videos on Youtube such as this little number:

A Purdue University survey has some totally radical news: 14% of participants said they've reduced their pork consumption because of animal welfare concerns, and at an average of 56%! That, my friends, is how you start off a new year. 2013 or bust!

Um, this rescue chicken totally saved her family from a fire. Like, I'm not kidding. You go, girl!

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