Bred To Be Butchered

Breeding animals for the sole purpose of killing them for food is brutal and barbaric.

***VeganVoices Book Suggestion***

The End of Animal Farming: How Scientists, Entrepreneurs, and Activists Are Building an Animal-Free Food System by Jacy Reese offers a bold yet realistic vision of how technology and social change are creating an animal-free food system in which we no longer use animals to produce meat, dairy, or eggs and make slaughterhouses obsolete.

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Humane Meat Myth

Adding humane before slaughter doesn’t cancel the slaughter, it cancels the guilt.

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Happily Ever Esther: Two Men, a Wonder Pig, and Their Life-Changing Mission to Give Animals a Home by Steve Jenkins & Derek Walter

Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter had their lives turned upside down when they adopted their pig-daughter Esther–the so-called micro pig who turned out to be a full-sized commercial pig growing to a whopping 600 pounds–as they describe in their bestselling memoir Esther the Wonder Pig. The book ends with them moving to a new farm, and starting a new wonderful life where they will live on the Happily Ever Esther Farm Sanctuary to care for other animals and just live happily ever after… Or so they thought.

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Eating Meat

Eating animal flesh is a barbaric ritual.

VeganVoices Book Suggestion

What in the World Are We Eating?: The Physical, Mental, and Social Effects of Eating Animals by Temitope Sonuyi. By exploring the physical, mental, and social repercussions of eating animals vs. plants, the author draws a distinct line in the sand that cuts across our economy, biology, health, gender, love, war, religion, and consciousness.

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Don’t Have a Cow

Go Vegan Instead

***VeganVoices Book Suggestion***

Don’t have a Cow! for lunch.: A book about why cows want us all to be vegan by Wendi Tooth is the perfect conversation starter. This picture book discusses the impact of factory farming on the environment and a brief look at what the cows are forced to endure so we can have dairy and processed beef.

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Grow A Garden

Eat from a garden, not from a grave.

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The Garden of Vegan: How Plants Can Save the Animals, the Planet and Our Health by Cleve West thought making a garden was a frivolous pursuit for the privileged. Two things changed his mind: designing a garden for a hospital and adopting a vegan lifestyle. Cleve’s transition to veganism was a profound and varied learning experience. 

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Cuts Of Meat

Know your cuts of cruelty.

***VeganVoices Book Suggestion***

The Modern Savage: Our Unthinking Decision to Eat Animals by James McWilliams is a riveting expose of an industry that has typically hidden behind a veil of morality, and a compelling account of how to live a more economical, environmental, and ethical life.

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Factory Farmed

All farmed animals deserve to be treated with compassion; not tortured, slaughtered, and butchered for human consumption.

***VeganVoices Book Suggestion***

Uncaged: Top Activists Share Their Wisdom on Effective Farm Animal Advocacy including Paul Shapiro, Peter Singer, and Colleen Patrick-Goudreau offer their hard-won insights on effective farm animal advocacy. Whether you’re an aspiring or seasoned activist, “Uncaged” provides an abundance of wisdom and inspiration that will help you have a big impact for farm animals.

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Body Parts

Eating dead body parts is gross.

***VeganVoices Book Suggestion***

What in the World Are We Eating?: The Physical, Mental, and Social Effects of Eating Animals by Temitope Sonuyi. By exploring the physical, mental, and social repercussions of eating animals vs. plants, the author draws a distinct line in the sand that cuts across our economy, biology, health, gender, love, war, religion, and consciousness.

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Hell On Earth

If they could speak, what would they say?

***VeganVoices Book Suggestion***

A Vegan Planet: Your guide to a life transforming journey by Jeff Letendre is a guide providing clear and scientific answers to your questions debunking the many myths surrounding veganism. Diet, essential nutrients, meal planning, industrial farming, environmental issues, health, the economy, vegan athletes, vivisection, and frequently asked questions are some of the many topics covered in this book.

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Stop The Violence

It’s not food. It’s violence.

***VeganVoices Book Suggestion***

Radical Revolution: The fight for animal liberation by Stephen Saunders. Veganism is more than a healthy lifestyle choice—it’s a moral imperative. Society continues to engage in widespread animal oppression, slaughtering billions of helpless living creatures each year. Vivisectionists and researchers torture and kill in the name of science, while corporations and governments plunder nature’s last remaining treasures.

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Meat = Murder

Slaughterhouse = Murderhouse

***VeganVoices Book Suggestion***

Clean Meat: How Growing Meat Without Animals Will Revolutionize Dinner and the World by Paul Shapiro. Raising such massive numbers of farm animals is woefully inefficient and takes an enormous toll on the planet, public health, and certainly the animals themselves. The next great scientific revolution is underway—discovering new ways to create enough food for the world’s ever-growing, ever-hungry population.

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Meat Screams

Don’t eat food that screams.

***VeganVoices Food Suggestion***

Maya Kaimal Foods – Organic Indian Everyday Dal – 6 pack variety of 10oz Ready to Eat Meals – Fully Cooked – Vegan – Kosher – Microwavable – made from Lentils, Beans, Squash, Coconut, Peas.

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No Hate

Flesh-eaters don’t hate vegans. They hate being reminded of the awful things that are being done to animals on their behalf.

Vegan Voices Featured Book

The Vegan “Beef” Guide by Lyanna K. Peterson: All the Answers to Win Every Argument About Veganism You Will Ever Need (paperback)

Amazon Book Description
Tired of hearing other people’s opinions, but never having the communication skills, or the right words to say to debunk their arguments and WIN THEM OVER? The Vegan “Beef” Guide will help you get through it and communicate your point effectively, giving others a chance to choose veganism. No beef at all — just natural goodness. Shop Now

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Also available in Audiobook and Hardcover.

Independence

Refuse animal death.

Refuse animal abuse.

Refuse animal torture.

Refuse animal violence.

Refuse animal suffering.

Refuse animal exploitation.

Refuse animal persecution.

Refuse animal slaughter.

Refuse animal brutality.

Refuse animal cruelty.

Refuse animal testing.

Refuse animal wearing.

Refuse animal eating.

Refuse animal using.