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Farm Animal Rights Movement

May 6, 2013

Serving = 1 slice. Makes 8 servings.

Amount Per Serving

Calories 207

From fat 21


% Daily Value*

Total Fat 2.3g


Saturated Fat .4g


Trans Fat 0g

Cholesterol 0mg


Sodium 189mg


Total Carbohydrate 41g


Dietary Fiber 2.8g


Sugars 4.4g

Protein 6g

Vitamin A 1.4%

Vitamin C 4.5%

Calcium 6.9%

Iron 9.7%

* % Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet

Banana Cinnamon French Toast

Perfect for a Mother's Day brunch... or any time really -- here's a healthy take on French toast. lets us in on the secret to great French toast: it's all about the bread. "Thin, soft bread makes for soggy French toast; too thickly sliced and it will be too dry in the middle. Baguettes and boules, cut into about 1/2 inch slices, are best. Having air pockets in the bread allows trapped batter to get gooey and gives you pockets of warm, melty cinnamon goodness. Mmmm."

2 ripe bananas
3/4 cup dairy-free milk
1 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1 1/2 tsp. vanilla
6-8 slices of crusty vegan bread

1/2 tsp. orange, lemon, or almond extract
1/4 cup chopped nuts

1. Mash bananas in a mixing bowl with a fork. Whisk in dairy-free milk, cinnamon, and vanilla until combined.
2. Pour mixture into a shallow dish. Dip bread into the mixture, flipping to coat the whole slice evenly.
3. Place dipped slices onto a pre-heated and greased skillet and let cook about 3-5 minutes on each side, until the edges no longer bubble and both sides are golden brown and crispy.
4. Enjoy warm with maple syrup, agave nectar, or fresh fruit.

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Sweet Earth's Vegan Burritos

Sweet Earth Natural Foods' Big Sur Breakfast Burrito was voted one of the 12 Hottest New Vegan Products by VegNews in 2012. It's just one of Sweet Earth's four vegan burritos:

  • Big Sur Breakfast is loaded with scrambled tofu, roasted red peppers, potatoes, and smoked seitan.
  • Curry Tiger offers Asian-inspired flavors with turmeric, cinnamon, and cardamom.
  • Anasazi is a smoky blend of green chilis, anasazi beans, butternut squash, chipotle seitan, and ginger.
  • Kyoto has a unique blend of Japanese ingredients like adzuki beans and edamame, bok choy, fresh baby spinach, and shiitake mushrooms.

Pack 'em in your lunch -- they can be heated in an oven or microwave. Sweet Earth also offers a variety of seitan products, veggie burgers, soups, and five different vegan pies (like peach, apple, or blueberry) for dessert!

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Vegan Abundance All Around You

It's likely that many (if not most) of the foods you already eat are vegan. Look around – stand in the produce section of a supermarket and marvel at the hundreds of varieties of fruits and vegetables. Bread is often vegan. Pasta, cereals, grains and rice, beans and nuts… we really could go on all day here. The point is -- vegan foods are abundant and available all around you.

So, look around! Learn more about what you already eat. Which foods are plant-based and which contain animal products? Then, explore! Spend a little time in your local stores and online seeing just how many vegan options there are. There are SO many recipes, products, and resources online you could spend a lifetime exploring your vegan world.

Here are some fun links to help you explore:'s Resources,,,

Meat-Free School Cafeteria

Public School 244 in Flushing, Queens may be the first public school in the US to go 100% meat-free. Dennis Walcott, the school’s chancellor, said that he’s proud of the “trailblazing” school, which has 400 students in pre-kindergarten through third grade.

The school started offering all-vegetarian meals three times a week, then increased to four days, and now is meat-free at every meal. "We discovered early on that the kids were gravitating to our vegetarian offerings and we kept expanding the program to meet the demand," says school principal Robert Groff.

Mr. Groff noted that the school is helping kids stay healthy and on the right track, saying, “The founding of our school was based on health and nutrition and teaching kids how to make healthy choices in the belief that they would be more successful academically and in their life."

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