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Feature for Saturday, December 3
Tomatoes Stuffed (Greek Style)
vegan stuffed tomatoes
Tomatoes stuffed (Greek style) is a delicious vegan recipe that will serve about 6 adults as a main meal, and takes about 45 minutes to prepare and about 20 minutes to cook in a microwave oven.
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Feature for Friday, December 2
Foxhunting Tradition? Coyotes Pursued by Hounds in Canada’s Secretive Bloodsport

The dogs in Canada are bred and trained specifically for hunting and catching coyotes in the Canadian terrain. Unlike in the UK, the dogs are fitted with GPS trackers, as the hunters are more likely to lose track of the pack in Canada’s larger fields and forests. When they catch their prey, the dogs may bite into the terrified and exhausted coyote and rip away flesh until the animal is dead.
Entertainment Abuses Articles

Feature for Thursday, December 1
For snakes sake! Humans need to give these ecosystem engineers a break
Snake face
Snakes are more central to ecology than most people realize. They act as both predator and prey. As predator, they can help keep frogs, insects, rats and mice in check. Snakes, in turn, are eaten around the world by skunks, mongooses, hawks, snake eagles, falcons, and even other snakes like the king cobra and eastern king snake
Wildlife Articles

Feature for Wednesday, November 30 November 30 Newsletter
Chicks and eggs
Vegan shopping options! — why Be Fair Be Vegan’s work is not ‘agri-bashing’ — court: tradition of cockfighting does not justify animal abuse — ‘there are two me’s — avian flu outbreak in NYC live animal markets — a vegan food bank opens — wildlife ‘official’ arrested for trafficking macaques — 10 Horses die on one day on U.S. tracks — more violations filed against ‘monkey rodeo’ exhibitor — World Cup arrives in Qatar as homeless dogs are killed — fundraising tips for animal organizations — and more... Weekly Newsletters

Feature for Tuesday, November 29
Be Fair Be Vegan's Response to Claims of Disparagement and 'Agri-Bashing'

The “uncomfortable truths” exposed by the BeFairBeVegan advertisements have been greeted with the exact reception one would expect: open-minded curiosity from one side, thoughtful and considered commentary from another, and outright contempt and ridicule from yet another.
Animal Rights/Vegan Activist Strategies / Sentience Articles

Feature for Monday, November 28
Vaquita (Phocoena sinus)
The world’s smallest Cetacean is the Vaquita (Phocoena sinus), little porpoise that, at maturity, is less than five feet long. The Vaquita is found only in the waters at the northern end of the Gulf of California and is critically endangered, down to ten individual animals left, as of earlier this year.
Art by Barry Kent MacKay

Feature for Sunday, November 27
Recognizing Corruption
Recognizing corruption isn’t hard to do. Recognizing corruption is really easy to do for true peacemaking children of God who live in His heavenly will, for corruption is all around us, and it’s against, or counter to, the heavenly will of God. We should even be recognizing corruption that is quite subtle, such as when we hear discussions about ending global warming and they fail to mention the greatest contributor to global warming: raising animals for food, for the methane that is emitted by the animals is 23 times more toxic to the environment than carbon dioxide.
An Bible Sermons
[Pictured is Krishna from Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]

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

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