Think being vegan has to be expensive? Think it’s only possible in "privileged" countries? My guests today shatter those myths! They live vegan in Venezuela on $30 a month.
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Under the ever-watchful eye of the Vegan Police, we explore the question: When can you officially say "I’m vegan"? What must you exclude? Is it "enough" to be free of meat, dairy, eggs and honey? Do you have to also be careful with sugar, cosmetics, birth control? What else?
Can you get into the vegan club? Exclusivism within the vegan movement harms not only those excluded, but also the movement itself—everyone and everything benefits the more vegans we have.
Start a revolution & print your own money when you grow your own food! Fresh, quality, organic produce is ideal food for vibrant health, but not always affordable or accessible. Growing our own organics is a way for us to take our food into our own hands.
Often, the food afforded to the needy isn’t of the highest quality, and certainly not itself compassionate when it contains the bodies of other beings. The Brown Paper Bag Movement provides vegan food and care items to the needy of New York City.
Are vegans elitist exclusionists who hate everyone who isn’t vegan? Does not being vegan make you an awful person worthy of a swift kick in the groin? I share my personal position on this matter whether I hate non-vegans.