World Vegan Day
Date When Celebrated : Always November 1
On World Vegan Day we celebrate those who practice veganism. It is also a great opportunity to learn and appreciate the benefits of veganism for humans, non-human animals, and the environment.
Veganism is the practice of consuming a plant based diet and not eating
animals. For a true vegan this includes not eating fish, as well as milk,
eggs and anything made with these products. Imagine all the foods that
have milk or eggs in them! A significant number of people who are "Vegan",
will not eat meat, but will consume milk or eggs.
Today we celebrate the benefits of veganism to:
Vegan organizations celebrate this day, by raising awareness of veganism. They offer educational programs and workshops to the general public. They also sometimes hold a feast, loaded with plant based goodies. If you are new to the world of veganism, you can become a vegan, if only for a day.
Did You Know? An Ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain.
History and Origin of World Vegan Day:
In 1994, Louis Wallis, chair of "The Vegan Society" in the United Kingdom created this special day. It was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this organization, founded in 1944.
World Vegan Day has been celebrated annually on November 1st ever since.
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Recipe of the Day: Apple Oatmeal Cookies
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