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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

The Week in Vegan: More Protein, More Chocolate and More Baby Goats

Posted By on Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 12:56 PM

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James Cameron has opened a private school and it's serving a completely vegan menu. This kind of makes me want to be a kid again so I can take advantage of the delicious menu. At least I assume it's delicious. Anything's got to be better than the lunch room "riblets" I had to eat in grade school. 

It seems everyone wants the world to go vegan, including the man who's responsible for the glycemic index all your favorite fad diets use and love. 

It seems that going vegan could actually improve your mood and the mood of others. And if you're the boss, you should know that a vegan diet may make for healthier happier workers. 

A new answer for the "how do you get your protein" question: Sugar beet leaves! Bet you weren't expecting that.

Speaking of sugar, new research suggests that vegan chocolate will treat PMS in the same way dairy-based chocolate does. This isn't proof, but you may want to start stocking up anyway. 

Beef producers are very upset with Obama. According to them, his initiative asking for people to go green is going to kill the cow meat industry as we know it. Good. 

The weekend's over, but that means a new one is looming in the distance. Let's take this week the same way these goats are taking advantage of this horse. I don't know what that means. I just know it's supposed to be inspirational. 
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