Animal Writes
1 March 2000 Issue
The Power of Cheesy Advertising

by [email protected] 

Tonight, after I saw the Hayes for President cheese commercial for the 100th time, I thought I would put in my two cents worth to help his campaign. No thanks, I don't like cheese either. And I am not a doofus.

Cheese is concentrated milk, full of fat, chemicals, pesticides, etc. and concentrated animal make milk, a dairy cow must be kept pregnant and the calves become veal. The veal industry is a direct offshoot of the dairy industry.

There are plenty of cruelty free substitutes for dairy including soymilks, and other veg milks, Tofutti cream cheese and sour cream alternatives, nondairy ice creams, vegan cheeses such as VeganRella and Soymage, etc.

Let's all use them and say no to dairy and no to the lies that milk builds strong bones and all the other lies from the dairy industry.

Here's something else we can all do for fun and maybe one of us will win the prize money.... go to

A Love Affair with Cheese

The American Dairy Association wants to know what you think about food and romance! Enter your name, address and daytime phone number, along with your answer to the question: "What is the most romantic cheese and why?"

This is what they say at this page, they go on to say that the winner will be picked at random and will receive a trip for two to a romantic Caribbean resort!

I urge you all to join me in saying that the most romantic cheese is either SoyMage brand or VeganRella brand because they don't cause the animal suffering, the heart attacks in humans, the wastes in the dairy farming industry, the pollution of dairy farm manure runoffs, the cruelty, the unnecessary cruelty.

And say "My vote goes for Hayes, he might have chewed, but he never swallowed your bull."

For more info see...

The NOTMILK Homepage! (MILK is a bad-news substance!)

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