📷 Credit: @soyvegana_jenny
Para desayunar: tostadas francesas con nutella vegana y casera, fresas y frutos secos 🌱 Están hechas al horno, que no fritas, para ahorrarnos la cantidad de aceite que se usa y consume al freír. La receta... pronto la tendréis 🙈.
🌱Wie verbraucht ihr eure Reste? Bei uns gab es gestern ein veganes Chili 🌶 und heute haben wir die Reste in kleinen Blätterteigtörtchen verwertet, weil das Chili allein nicht mehr für ein ganzes Mittagessen gereicht hätte 🌽💞 Der praktische Nebeneffekt: Diese kleinen Törtchen eignen sich fantastisch zum Mitnehmen und jetzt warten sie schon eine ganze Weile in unserer Lunchbox. 🍃 Und wir warten, seitdem wir sie heute Morgen verpackt haben, sehnsüchtig auf das Mittagessen! 😃🙆 Was gibt es bei euch? 💕
WANT LEATHER? THESE ARE ALL DOGS. yeah, you are reading that right. all of this is dog skin before it was made to leather to be sold from China across the world. now if you wear leather and the possibility, that it is dog and cat skin is likely.. (THEY ARE INTENTIONALLY MISLABELD, SO YOU NEVER REALLY KNOW W.H.O. YOU ARE WEARING...) are you disgusted? i bet you are, because most of people would never eat or wear the favourite animal companions. but if the leather is made out of cows, pig etc? it's somehow okay and luxurious. .
😞 it's disgusting to know leather is a normal part of society and something fashionable and pricey. there is nothing beautiful or luxurious about wearing someone else's skin. you are literally wearing a dead dog, cat, cow, pig ... should your fashion bleed and suffer? i don't think so. with all the endless possibilities of faux leathers that are even cheaper, there is really no excuse for abuse. #ditchleather 📷 from @peta
The sun is shining☀️, the snow is GONE (finally!), the birds are singing 🎶and I'm drinking an infused detox water with lemon, lime and cilantro. 💛🌱💚 This is an excellent way to help out your liver and get some nutrients all at the same time 😋 You should give it a try!
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Dealing with non-vegan family and friends can be rough. We feel isolated and alone. The disconnection creates a divide, and that's when our minds get tempted to enter the "us" versus "them" game.
It's a dangerous game, because disconnection is where we lose empathy. It's exactly why many people aren't vegan - because they feel that animals are somehow "different" and therefore not worthy of the same rights we expect for ourselves.
Unless you've been vegan your entire life, then you know what it feels like to be in non-vegan shoes (literally). We know how it feels to be unaware or uninformed. Most non-vegans wouldn't have the faintest idea what it's like to view the world with vegan eyes.
All that's needed is for them to see. Unfortunately, their vision gets easily clouded with excuses, defensiveness, and indifference. A closed mind will never be able to see with open eyes.
So, how can we help open people's minds, eyes, and hearts?
Here's three ideas:
1. Listen, so you find out what really matters to them. As lovely as it is for us to share our personal reasons for being vegan, our story may not be compelling enough. A 19 year old may not be focused on reversing chronic illness, but they might be interested in athletic performance. A 30 year old mother of three might not be focused on athletic performance, but is dedicated to sustainable living and the future of the planet.
2. Don't just focus on facts. Let's be honest, we have more facts at our fingertips than ever before, and people still struggle with veganism. Of course, facts and data are useful for conveying the magnitude of the global devastation caused by eating animal products - however, we also need to address the underlying psychological reasons why people don't become vegan.
It's usually fear, by the way. Fear of change, fear of failing, fear of succeeding, fear of being ostracised by family and friends, and fear of the unknown.
3. Remind them of their self-belief. We've all created a change in our lives or accomplished something, like letting go of a toxic relationship or mastering differential equations. (Continued in comments)