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Monday, July 7, 2014

Week In Vegan: Global Warming, Ethical Cheese and the Most Glorious Drag Queen of Them All

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  • Here's how being vegan changed 58 people. I like that so many people are happier and healthier, but I'm most excited about the fact that being vegan gives you clearer skin, because I am vain. (But I also forget to was my face every day so I will just eat more kale.)
  • Not ready for a child? Or a pet? Or even a plant (can someone take the ones from my house)? You should adopt a bean instead. All you have to do is cook with it. Also: beans don't cry and you can eat them.
  • Miss Ginger is a gorgeous drag queen. But that's not all: This mistress of entertainment is also a vegan. That's how she keeps her trim figure. All I want to know is whether those legs come from a plant-based diet or good genes? How much kale must I eat for clear skin and turnt up legs???
  • Heading to Berkeley? Here's a refresher on all the things you should eat. I'm reading about The Republic of V, but all I'm thinking about is Saturn.
  • It's the Monday after a long weekend. These cats stuck in a boot are an accurate representation of how we're all feeling. Just five more days until the weekend.

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