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Feature for Saturday, April 13
Blueberry Cherry Pecan Oven Cakes
blueberry cherry pecan
Blueberry cherry pecan oven cakes are a wonderful vegan breakfast treat, or for any other time of day. This recipe will make 6 to 9 oven cakes (no-fry pancakes) with about 10-15 minutes of preparation time and about 20 to 25 minutes baking time in a conventional oven. Leftovers can be stored in a covered container in the refrigerator for a few days and warmed in the microwave when ready to eat.
Vegan Recipes

Feature for Friday, April 12
What to Eat When You Don't Eat Animals: menus and ideas to inspire people who want to eat as if life is precious [free vegan guide]
free vegan guide
This free vegan guide is about easy, delicious, satisfying vegan meals, and includes lots of menus, so that you can see how varied, satisfying, and "easy breezy" it is to be vegan [PDF].
Animal Rights/Vegan Activist Strategies

Feature for Thursday, April 11
Performing Animal Welfare Society Says Good-bye to Lulu – Oldest African Elephant in North America
Elephant Lulu
Lulu was born in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland). She likely was captured when her mother was killed in a government cull, a traumatic event that Lulu would have witnessed. At two years old, an age at which elephant calves are rarely apart from their mothers, she was sold to be a display animal. She lived most of her life at the San Francisco Zoo, and her final 19 years at PAWS, since 2005.
Animal Stories /Entertainment Abuses Articles

Feature for Wednesday, April 10 April 10 Newsletter vegan Cat Bella
Are you consistent in your stand for liberation? — greenwashing: massive devastations caused by fashion industries — bird flu on dairy farms? — Canadian ban on undercover farm investigations overturned — Jane Goodall at 90 [book] — ALF liberations in Italy and the UK — Polish children’s workshop: love, help, don’t harm — cruel Ractopamine used in the U.S., banned in 160 countries — an artificial intelligence perspective on planetary health? — and more…
Image from Having it 'Both' Ways as an Animal Rights Ethical Vegan? Weekly Newsletters

Feature for Tuesday, April 9
Animal Interests
Eatern Grey Squirrel
Many people acknowledge that nonhuman animals do have interests, but it is a commonly held opinion that their interests do not count for much. It is important to refute this myth. Equal interests should count equally.
Sentience Articles

Feature for Monday, April 8
Born of the Herd
Cow and Calf
"In twenty-four hours you will be removed from your mother, her scent and short-lived familiarity. Her protection. You won’t have her milk, that is for us"....
Poetry, Essays and Art By J.H. Dickinson

Feature for Sunday, April 7
What Makes People Holy
Lamb Krishna
What makes people holy to the Lord? Is it that they are the first-born males that open the womb, as the Law says? To us, it is that truly holy people believe in the Lord and trust in Him with every aspect of their being, and truly desire to live in His heavenly will here on earth as it is in heaven.
[Pictured is Krishna from Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]
An Bible Sermons

Animals Slaughtered:

Number of animals killed in the world by the fishing, meat, dairy and egg industries, since you opened this webpage.

0marine animals
0cows / calves
0pigeons / other birds
0donkeys and mules
0camels / camelids