Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, and it’s time to get your green on—on your plate, that is! Skip the factory-farm produced corned beef and bangers—and instead indulge in some animal-friendly Irish recipes that will satisfy even the hungriest of bar-hopping brogues.
Last week, we released a chilling undercover video filmed inside a pig breeding factory farm in Iowa. The footage reveals the day-to-day miseries forced upon thousands of female pigs—who are confined to tiny crates where they can’t even turn around—and their piglets, who endure painful mutilations without any relief.
You don’t need a sweetheart to make something special for St. Valentine’s Day. In fact, after you get a taste of these vegan goodies, you might be tempted to
keep them all to yourself. But, if you’re willing to share, there’s nothing that says love quite like chocolate!For the cuddly couple staying in…
Thanksgiving tradition is about celebrating life—and a growing number of Americans are choosing to do so by serving delicious vegetarian foods that everyone, including the turkeys, can be thankful for.
Did you know that the average American consumes 17 pounds of turkey meat per year, resulting in the annual slaughter of 252 million turkeys—more than 65 million of whom are killed during the winter holiday season alone?
The winter holiday season offers the perfect opportunity to spread a message of compassion — and what better way to win people’s hearts than with sweet and savory vegan food?
To give you a jump start in the kitchen, COK staff put together five of our favorite festive meat-, egg-, and dairy-free recipes. Be sure to share these dishes with your friends and family to show everyone how easy and delicious it is to also share your holiday spirit with the animals.
Halloween isn’t just for kids. And it isn’t all about candy. Ok, maybe it’s mostly about the candy. Thankfully, there’s no real trick to finding delicious animal-friendly sweets — they’re everywhere! From Airheads to Taffy to Peanut Chews to Twizzlers and everything in between, check out this handy “Offical Guide to Vegan Halloween Candy” from VegNews magazine.
Did you know that almond or peanut butter can be used instead of eggs when making cookies? Or that mashed beans help make a deliciously moist egg-free brownie?
Learn more quick and easy vegan baking tips and tricks by watching Compassion Over Killing’s new “Egg Replacer” video featured on TryVeg.com and EggIndustry.com.