This powerful and eye opening guide clearly makes the argument for veganism – for the sake of animals, the environment, and human wellbeing.
The 32 page booklet has been redesigned with information fully updated to reflect the contemporary reality of animal industries.
Our front cover features vegan family, Dr. Ash Nayate, author and vegan neuropsychologist who has contributed to our 30-day Challenge emails; her husband Gaurav, a senior banking professional, vegan fitness enthusiast and mentor for the Vegan Easy Challenge; and, their two lovely boys raised vegan since birth.
We’ve also added new sections on ‘Animal Experiments’ and ‘Not Your Skin’ highlighting the harm animal-based materials for clothing and other uses cause animals and the planet. Dr. Amanda Benham has revised her Plant Food Groups section, we have included some delicious new recipes and we have created an online references page associated with the facts and information in the booklet.
For over a decade, hundreds of thousands of Vegan Easy booklets have been distributed around Australia, helping countless people open their hearts to veganism, saving the lives of countless animals. It is free for all and available at vegan cafes and bookstores, as well as handed out by groups nationwide during outreach events and festivals.
The new Vegan Easy booklet is designed as a companion piece to the Vegan Easy website and the free 30 Day Vegan Easy Challenge, where people new to veganism can follow a structured 30 day program of recipes and tips to help kickstart their journey toward a kinder, greener life.
If you haven’t visited the Vegan Easy website, you’ll find
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