Meatout Mondays - Kick the Meat Habit One Day at a Time!
April 26, 2010
Nutritious Nut Milk

Have you tried making your own milk out of nuts? If not, you are in for a delicious and healthy treat! Homemade nut milk is easy to make and high in many beneficial vitamins and minerals. Making it is a simple process requiring organic raw nuts, filtered water, a high-speed blender, and a nut bag or fine mesh strainer. This drink is great on its own and in a smoothie or dessert, like ice cream.


1 cup almonds, soaked overnight & skins removed
2 cups filtered water
1 pinch of sea salt
1 dash of vanilla extract
1 Tbs. maple syrup


  1. Blend the nuts and water in a high-speed blender until liquefied and smooth.
  2. Pour the milk through a nut bag or through a large fine mesh sieve over a large bowl to strain out the pulp.
  3. Strain nut milk once through a nut bag and twice through a sieve.
  4. Add salt, vanilla extract, and maple syrup and stir. Makes about 2 ½ cups.

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So Delicious Coconut Milk

There's something new and exciting now in the milk aisle… it's So Delicious Coconut Milk Beverage! This is the world's first (that we know of) coconut milk beverage. Enjoy this amazing beverage on cereal, in coffee, in recipes, or just in a tall glass. It’s available in Original, Vanilla, and Unsweetened. One sip and you will say, "Wow, that is So Delicious!" Try it once and you'll be hooked!

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Dairy & Global Warming

With the release of major reports pointing to animal agriculture’s significant role in contributing to global warming, many people assume eating meat is the only issue. However, dairy contributes more than most may realize. According to a new report for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN, the dairy sector of animal agriculture accounts for approximately 4% of all global anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).

According to the report, methane contributes most to the global warming impact of milk, accounting for about 52% of its GHG emissions in both developing and developed countries. Nitrous oxide emissions account for 27% of GHG emissions in developed countries and 38% in developing countries. Carbon dioxide accounts for a higher share of emissions in developed countries (21%) than in developing countries (10%).

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College Veg Pledge

Join thousands of students across the globe by taking the 2010 International College Veg Pledge! The 2010 College Veg Pledge is a campaign to help thousands of college students around the world explore a vegan diet during the month of May.

The Annual International College Veg Pledge is organized by Students for Animal Rights (StAR), a coalition of college animal advocacy groups. StAR aims to unite students from all corners of the globe to build a powerful movement on behalf of animals. They believe that animal exploitation is a source of profound suffering and injustice in the world today that demands our collective action.

StAR is aiming to collect 25,000 pledges, so get on board! Omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans are all welcome to take the pledge.

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