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Empty Cages, Full Forests
• "For the liberation of the overtaken, and the taking over by the liberated."

Vegan Milwaukee
• "I currently reside in the Bay View neighborhood in the city of Milwaukee. I've been vegan since about 2004 and vegetarian since 1998. In that time I've seen the options available expand significantly to the point that there have been rumors that Milwaukee just might be the next up-and-coming vegan mecca."

Super Shegan: Surviving in a Carnivore World
• "Growing up, I never liked meat or dairy. Something in my head told me it just wasn't agreeing with me. In 2008, some very dear friends of mine introduced me to The China Study and my eating habits drastically changed for the better. I feel better, have more energy, and actually cook now."

Toronto Vegetarian Links & Resource Page
• "Local Vegetarian & Vegan Links For Toronto..."

Sarah's Place
• "Affectionately known as the 'vegan queen-bee' by friends, and dubbed 'The World's Coolest Vegan' by Herbivore Magazine, Sarah Kramer is the vegan godmother of all things cruelty-free."

Blasts from the Past

• "Laura is a junior at Hastings College majoring in journalism and English. Originally from Colorado, she enjoys spending time in the great outdoors, reading in coffee shops...Inspired by her grandmother and father, Chloe Ekberg is a cook that adventures in to the depths of the cooking black hole..."

• "In the summer of 2010, we started this blog because we were concerned by what we consider to be an abundance of misinformation, sketchy research, emotional manipulation and bullying, and logical fallacy found in the book The Vegetarian Myth by Lierre Keith. The Vegetarian Myth is an anti-vegan polemic aimed at radicals..."

• "Check out my vegan recipes, too. All GF/CF. Gluten-Free Vegan Recipe Index (and egg and soy-free as well). Very food allergy friendly. Most are also nut-free."

• "An adventure in choosing compassionate living..."

• "What began as a way to show off the fact that I could make two kinds of cupcakes and two kinds of frosting in one day has evolved into a rewarding practice that fuels my passion for good food and continuously expands my range of culinary possibilities."

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