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World Vegetarian Day
Date When Celebrated : Always October 1 st
World Vegetarian Day encourages us all to eat our vegetables and fruits. Countless studies have proven that a diet filled with fruits and vegetables is good for our health. Vegetarians, have taken this path either for their health, or from a conviction that they should not eat, and therefore, kill animals.
A vegetarian, by definition, eats no meat. That includes fish and other forms of seafood. Bottom line is, a vegetarian eats no animal. Their diet consists of plants....fruits and vegetables. They are ethically and morally opposed to killing animals for food. They are also against poor treatment of animals at farms ad slaughterhouses.
There are plenty of groups and organizations that support the vegetarian effort. If you are considering becoming a vegetarian, a quick web search, or a look up in your local phone directory should produce a group near you. While you are online, check out the wide range of sites offering vegetarian recipes.
This day is used to promote awareness of the issues, and encourages others to become vegetarians. Seeing as fruits and vegetables are very healthy for you, World Vegetarian Day is a good day to try a vegetarian diet. You might just be surprised at how good it tastes, too.
Homemade Garden recipes - Make your own vegetarian treats today.
Origin of World Vegetarian Day:
World Vegetarian Day was first observed in 1977. However, we have not yet identified the originator of this special day.
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Recipe of the Day: Vegetable Juice
Pumpkin Nook - Visit the folks that know everything about pumpkins. Halloween, too.
Homemade Garden recipes - Make your own desserts today.
Jello Molds- brains, hearts, hands, more. Candy and pretzel molds, too.
It's a Halloween party necessity.
Garden Seeds on Sale Over 500 varieties of varieties of brand name seeds. Better quality, lower prices.
Pest Netting - protect your trees from deer, winter snow and ice.
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