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The Vegan Week That Was: Vegan Dunkin’ Donuts, Vegetarian Kids, Condensed Soy Milk, New AR Film, Beekeeping Legalized, and more!

  • We want vegan doughnuts! Vegans were all about delicious fried dough at a D&D protest Wednesday.
  • Beekeeping is now legal in NYC. Is this good for the bees? What about the bees who were being kept illegally in basements and homes?
  • Power to the happy, healthy vegetarian kids! For Linda James, the vegetarian debate can turn into a battle. Her husband and younger son, Jason, are vegetarians — and she is not. Jason, 11, she says, will “see me eating something like chicken and say, ‘Mom, why are you doing this? I want you to live a long time.’”
  • We realized vegan condensed soy milk exists, thanks to @lastnightstea. Seriously, are we the only ones who didn’t know??
  • Trailer for an upcoming film on animal rights and liberation. What do you think? (thanks to Dennis for pointing this out to us!)

6 Comments

  1. Comment by

    veganfuel

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    I had NO IDEA that vegan condensed soymilk existed. Super cool!

  2. Comment by

    BanTheFurTrade

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    Are you sure that trailer is for a documentary? I’m pretty sure it’s not. Looks like a fictionalized story to me.

  3. Comment by

    MP

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    Who the hell keeps bees in their basement or in their house?? That’s not even possible.

  4. Comment by

    Sam C

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    i know, right? i glanced through a few books, including Beekeeping for Dummies, and they seemed to suggest keeping the bees in the basement, at least part of the time.

  5. Comment by

    Lin

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    To answer the question about the movie, it isn’t a documentary, it is a fictionalized account of an animal liberation activist who is on the run and attempting to organize one, nation wide action before he is caught by the FBI.

  6. Comment by

    al oof

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    i didn’t know about the condensed milk and i’ve been actively seeking such things!

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