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soycrates:

Now nobody better be saying they don’t know how to make tofu.

Go make it, bub.

A message from Anonymous
I dont see the point in becoming a vegan. Really I cant, im like addicted to meat and so used to it.

adviceforvegans:

I was addicted myself. I LOVED meat. I was a fully fledged carnist. I couldn’t see the point in being vegetarian let alone vegan. Tuna sandwiches, roast chicken, beef with yorkshire pudding… I adored it all. 

But the reality is, one day I was shown the truth. And I chose to put my addiction to rest. The first few days were a bit tough going but that was all. Now I’m addicted to vegan food and I don’t ever plan on breaking the addiction. 

You can fight it if you really want to fight it. But you have to put the effort in. Rest assured though, there is always a point in being vegan. Just ask 876 here. He can see the point. imageOr ask them. They see a point in going vegan. imageThere’s always a point. Always.

A message from Anonymous
Hi :) I'm going to try to become into a vegetarian!

Hello! Is this signing up for the October challenge or were you signing up to be paired with a mentor? (cause the last one is vegans.) Just wanted to double check!!! Also, for either one, we’d need some more information like your tumblr user name. Thank you! :)

A message from Anonymous
Hi, I was thinking about doing the October challenge. But I'm kind of nervous because I'm a college student that lives on campus. Advice? I'm vegetarian so I'd be trying vegan.

No problem! It’s totally manageable. I’m a college student, too. It requires planning (that’s like my mantra lately when it comes to this stuff lol). Most dining halls now offer vegetarian and even vegan options, restaurants too. I’ve been a vegetarian for almost like seven years and even in that relatively short period of time I’ve seen the world become much more veg-friendly. 

Dorm living can be a little tricky sometimes (I did this challenge myself during my freshman year while in dorms) but you might have a kitchen on your floor or somewhere if you’d rather cook for yourself. 

Just be sure to do some research and plan out your meals ahead of the week if you think that will help you. There are lots of existing resources online about college veganism and we’ve got a few posts on our own blog here. There are loads of people who eat a vegan diet while in college, and if you’re prepared, I think it’ll be pretty manageable :) —Carolyn

October is coming up! And we’re surrounded by pumpkin spice lattes, Halloween candies, pies, the tail end of harvests… How do you stay veg with all of this delicious food? Not to worry, we’re here to help. 
Image source: here. Includes recipes! 

What’s Going Veggie Project? Going Veggie Project Is a project run by vegetarians / vegans to help everyone get on the path  to becoming vegans, vegetarians, pescetarians, etc. Our blog helps people by providing support and motivation as well as a strong base of facts and information about “going veg.” 
What’s the challenge? Every month we encourage people to transition into vegan / vegetarian / etc - whatever diet is more “veg” than the one you eat now! We only accept newcomers, so if you’re a current vegetarian, try to step it up! See this page for more info.
How do I sign up? Submit an ask or fan mail with the following: 
The type of diet you want to try
The url you’d like us to post (we make a giant post of all our challengers)
Your email if you would like to communicate with others taking part in the challenge (optional)

We would love for as many of you to sign up as possible! This is a great way to challenge yourself, even if you do not do it for the entire month! Please let us know if you want to join and let us know if you need any help! Check out our links for recipes and tips as well. :)
Come sign up! If you have more questions, check out the monthly challenge page on our blog. 
The new challenge starts October 1, 2014 so mark your calendars! :) I think all of you should give it a try! Even if you only go veggie for a week or a few days it is still worth a shot! Please reblog to spread the word. Thanks and happy vegging! :)

October is coming up! And we’re surrounded by pumpkin spice lattes, Halloween candies, pies, the tail end of harvests… How do you stay veg with all of this delicious food? Not to worry, we’re here to help. 

Image source: here. Includes recipes! 

What’s Going Veggie Project? Going Veggie Project Is a project run by vegetarians / vegans to help everyone get on the path  to becoming vegans, vegetarians, pescetarians, etc. Our blog helps people by providing support and motivation as well as a strong base of facts and information about “going veg.” 

What’s the challenge? Every month we encourage people to transition into vegan / vegetarian / etc - whatever diet is more “veg” than the one you eat now! We only accept newcomers, so if you’re a current vegetarian, try to step it up! See this page for more info.

How do I sign up? Submit an ask or fan mail with the following: 

  1. The type of diet you want to try
  2. The url you’d like us to post (we make a giant post of all our challengers)
  3. Your email if you would like to communicate with others taking part in the challenge (optional)

We would love for as many of you to sign up as possible! This is a great way to challenge yourself, even if you do not do it for the entire month! Please let us know if you want to join and let us know if you need any help! Check out our links for recipes and tips as well. :)

Come sign up! If you have more questions, check out the monthly challenge page on our blog. 

The new challenge starts October 1, 2014 so mark your calendars! :) I think all of you should give it a try! Even if you only go veggie for a week or a few days it is still worth a shot! 
Please reblog to spread the word. Thanks and happy vegging! :)