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Farm Animal Rights Movement

July 29, 2013

Serving = 1 ear of sweetcorn
Some marinade will remain and not be eaten.
Makes 8 servings.

Amount Per Serving

Calories 116

From fat 45


% Daily Value*

Total Fat 5g


Saturated Fat 1.3g


Trans Fat 0g

Cholesterol 0mg


Sodium 163mg


Total Carbohydrate 17g


Dietary Fiber 2.5g


Sugars 3g

Protein 3g

Vitamin A 3.7%

Vitamin C 11%

Calcium .2%

Iron 2.8%

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

Ginger Garlic Sweet Corn

You're smack in the middle of sweet corn season! Who'd of thought you could one-up grilled sweet corn to make it taste even better? Fresh garlic and ginger do just that. Pick up a few ears and tantalize your taste buds with this delicious spin on a summertime classic.


1" piece fresh ginger, minced
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 tablespoons soy sauce
4 tablespoons softened vegan butter
1 teaspoon lemon juice
8 ears sweet corn, shucked


1. Preheat grill.
2. While grill preheats, mix ginger, garlic, soy sauce, vegan butter, and lemon juice.
3. Place corn on grill. Every minute or so, turn until charred to your liking on all sides (about 10 minutes total).
4. Transfer corn to cake pan or large bowl. Brush or spoon sauce onto corn to coat well.
5. Serve hot. Top with extra vegan butter, salt and pepper, or other favorite toppings.


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Primal Strips

Primal Strips from Primal Spirit Foods are a delicious meat-alternative snack. The smooth textured “jerky” strips are made from seitan, soy, or shiitake mushrooms and come in a wide variety of flavors. Primal Spirit Foods prides itself on being socially conscious stating, “We have purposefully chosen the manufacturing and sale of meat-alternative foods… as an expression of our desire to act more harmoniously with the environment and our fellow living beings.”

Thank you to Primal Spirit Foods for generously donating their products to support this year’s Animal Rights National Conference.

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Amazing Health Facts Video

Dr. Michael Greger has scoured the world’s scholarly literature on clinical nutrition and developed this brand-new live presentation on the latest in cutting-edge research on how a healthy, plant-based diet can improve some of our most common medical conditions.

Dr. Greger (with the help of the Freedom of Information Act) uncovers amazing facts you won't hear anywhere else -- like, by simply drinking water, kids can boost their performance in school; how a few minutes of exercise can treat ADHD; how Multiple Sclerosis can be stopped; how to boost immunity through exercise; even why the USDA does not allow egg producers to list eggs as "safe" or "nutritious."

"The best way to avoid the adverse effects of medical and surgical treatments and tests is not to avoid doctors, but to avoid getting sick in the first place," says Dr. Greger.

Watch the entertaining and fact-filled video at

9-year-old Vegan Chef Inspires the White House with Healthy Recipe

Nine-year-old Noah Koch's recipe for Vegan Powerhouse Pesto Pasta won him a trip to the White House. His recipe was selected as one of the winners from over 1300 entries in First Lady Michelle Obama’s Healthy Lunchtime Challenge.

Noah took a classic recipe that usually calls for dairy cheese and loaded it up with superfoods instead. His pesto uses avocados, walnuts, tomatoes, and white beans. Tonya Steele, editor in chief for, who helped organize the contest, gushed that Noah's dish was "extremely good" and "tasted very fresh."

President Obama made a surprise appearance at the dinner and visited each table to meet the winners, including Noah. “Usually, at a state dinner, I get invited, so I don’t know what happened on this one,” President Obama said. “I hear the food is pretty good.”

Thanks to Noah for sharing his compassionate, healthy recipe.

Read more about Noah's story including a link to his recipe at

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