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Monday, May 12, 2014

Week in Vegan: New Bacon Flavors, Vegan Treat Delivery, and Subway's Foray into Hummus

Posted By on Mon, May 12, 2014 at 2:00 PM


  • Here's everything you need to know about Vitamin B-12 except where you can go to get shots of it. Since this vitamin is usually found in meat products, a vegan diet will likely need to include a supplement. The good news is that B-12 gives you energy and allegedly makes your skin glow. The bad news? Supplements are expensive.

  • Changing your diet (especially going vegan or vegetarian) can change medical symptoms. Who needs a prescription when you have quinoa? (Good question: you do. Even if diet change helps alleviate medical symptoms, you should still visit your doctor if you get sick.)
  • Want vegan snacks to come to your door? There's a box for that.
  • Subway is really stepping up its game. First they remove rubber from their food and now they're testing hummus. I'm down with any place I can get both Fritos and hummus on my sandwich. #healthy
  • Think most vegan shoes are too sensible? Check out these killer platforms with toys in the heel.
  • Four new flavors of vegan bacon are coming! Who knew bacon came in flavors?
  • It's Monday, so if you feel like this kitten stuck in a box, I empathize.

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