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Happy November – World’s vegan month!

November 21, 2019 greekbrands 0 Comments

1st of November may be planet’s national vegan day, but vegans achieved something more special…to get a whole month for their lifestyle celebration! Thus, world vegan month is an annual designation observed in November.

Veganism, according to vegan society, is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose.

World Vegan Month was established in 1994 to commemorate the forward movement of the ideology, as well as the creation of The Vegan Society in the UK.

According to many acclaimed vegans, the lifestyle is beneficial for the health of the human beings, not to mention that it fosters environmental protection as well as the lives of animals. All over the world there are celebrations and festivals being held that help bring together vegans so as to share diet tips in order to inform the whole world about veganism and its positive effects in our everyday life.

In addition, the modern day allows vegans to truly enjoy a wide range of foods mother-earth has to offer and other extra substitutions for those that involve animal cruelty. There are several ways to replace meat and other products of animal origin, such as dairy, meat and even honey substitutes.

Veganism is not just about diet, it is a whole lifestyle that we strongly believe it should have been a lesson at schools. If we explain veganism to kids, we could be more positive for our future…

Let November, as the world vegan month, expand your sense of social responsibility!

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A Greek flatbread traditionally baked on the first day of the Great Lent.

Tarama Salad

is a meze made from tarama (the salted and cured roe of the cod, carp, or grey mullet) mixed with olive oil, lemon juice, and a starchy base of bread or potatoes.