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Monday, February 2, 2015

The Week in Vegan: Sushi! Meatballs! Puppies, Puppies, Puppies!

Posted By on Mon, Feb 2, 2015 at 1:41 PM

It's American Heart Month, which means it's time to get your heart into excellent shape by doing whatever's the opposite of what I do. So get up off th at couch, put down those delicious vegan cookies and take this advice from a vegan cardiologist. (I will be over here, though. Eating cookies.)

People are eating less meat than ever as more and more vegan options flood the fast food market. Have we talked about sofritas? Because, listen, you go eat a bowl of sofritas and then tell me you want to go back to meat. You can't! They're to delicious!

If your idea of fun is sailing the high seas with your friends and family, there's now a vegan cruise just for you! Being on a cruise rates just below chemical death on the fun scale for me, but maybe it's different when you like thepeople you're with and the food you're eating. 

Is your sugar vegan? Better check.

Have you seen the future? It's literally vegan sushi. That means the future isn't just bright.... bit's delicious. 

Forget everything I said about heart health: Vegan meatballs are coming to IKEA!

It's Monday, so here's some video of The Puppy Bowl to get you through the rest of the day!

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