Are you thinking "what on earth is vegan cheese" or "I can't live without cheese" - well, it's delicious and you don't have to. You can enjoy your cheese (and help baby calves and their mums) by making these delicious vegan cheese recipes that pack some punch in the taste department.
Life of a Pig
Most of us don’t like to think about what humans force pigs to endure just so people can eat things like ham, pork and bacon. As piglets, they are taken from their mothers, castrated and have their teeth clipped without anaesthetic, in addition to having their tails sliced off. Then they enter the short life of being over-crowded, forced to live on concrete floors in filth, covered in faeces, before being sent to slaughter.
Meat Chickens (also known as Broiler Chickens)
Animal Liberation Qld held Queensland’s first vegan sausage sizzle at Bunnings, Cannon Hill today, with all sausages proudly donated by Tofurky Australia.
It was a fantastic success! The vast majority of customers happily ordered and devoured the delicious vegan snags and we ended up with sales of 1 100 sausages. We made a lovely profit of $2000.00 to go towards our campaigns.
We want to give a huge thank you to Tofurky Australia for their incredible generosity in donating ALL the sausages for our event. As well as being a fabulous fundraiser for Animal Liberation Qld, this will be an excellent opportunity to do some vegan outreach – we will definitely not be preaching to the converted!
What's wrong with dairy?
Rolling green pastures? Happy cows and calves? Wrong.
The dairy industry’s marketing machine tells an idyllic story of cows and calves frolicking in green meadows, carefree and happy. The reality – cows and calves suffer on dairy farms. While shoppers pay a seemingly small price for a litre or two of milk, animals in the dairy industry pay the ultimate price.
Cows are mammals too.
"Veganism is a way of living that seeks to exclude, as far as possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing and any other purpose."
That is the original definition put together by Donald Watson and The Vegan Society, founded 1944. It still stands today.