MARCH 23, 2008 8:01 PM

Risotto, Beets, and Potato Leek Pie
Moles found this chickpea, spinach and sun-dried tomato risotto in Lorna Sass's Complete Vegetarian Kitchen and Aunt Curly contributed the pickled beets and a creamy potato leek pie inspired by a recipe she saw in Real Simple magazine.

Creamy Potato Leek Pie

MARCH 23, 2008 7:22 PM

Southern Fried Seitan and Mashed Potatoes
Now that winter is officially over and the bounteous whole foods of the spring and summer months are soon to appear, we're saying a fond farewell for the season to our comforting cold-weather favorites.

Swiss Seitan and Mashed Potatoes
We'll miss you, "meat" and potatoes, but the promise of those crisp, bitter baby greens and fresh vegetables galore will surely cushion the blow! Call your friends at Groundswell and Trillium Haven to reserve your share of the produce-palooza!

MARCH 21, 2008 1:01 AM

Compassionate Eating as Care of Creation
As many of you know, I spent the summer writing a booklet on the intersection of animal ethics and faith issues (from a Christian perspective) for the Humane Society of the United States. The result of this endeavor is finally available online and you can check it out here. The limited edition version of the publication (which is not yet featured on the website) includes 14 amazing collages by our very own Adam Wolpa. We hope to have a pdf of the limited edition up soon, but until then you can check out Wolpa's collages here.

Something for Everyone
While the argument developed in this booklet is grounded primarily in broadly Christian assumptions, my hope is that there may still be some strategic value in the booklet for people who do not share these assumptions. After all, many non-Christians who care about the plight of animals still have a vested interest in being able to appeal to Christian audiences in a language that such audiences can understand and appreciate. Moreover, there are certain empirical facts about the fallout of our dependence on industrial animal agriculture that all of us have a vested interest in knowing, regardless of our diverse religious identities. Pages 23-36 focus specifically on these empirical issues, so if you're allergic to religious discourse but still interested in the general topic, you can skip straight to this section of the booklet for a succinct overview (with recourse to the latest scientific research) of the hidden human, animal, and environmental consequences of the traditional American diet.

Comments (1)

MARCH 11, 2008 6:23 PM

Excellent documentary about climate change, world hunger, creation care, and non-human animals, all from a Jewish perspective. Also check out the review by The Humane Society Animals and Religion here.

MARCH 9, 2008 2:49 PM

VegMichigan Goes All Out on April 13th!
Those of you who attended this year's Wake Up Weekend! will remember enjoying fellowship with our friends from the East, VegMichigan. On April 13th, we'll have a chance to see them again, this time on their side of the state, at the Metro Detroit Great American Meatout in Ferndale, MI. With free food from local veg-friendly restaurants, product samples from veg companies, and a cavalcade of excellent speakers, this event is a "must attend" for Michigan vegans on a mission! Tickets may be purchased in advance here at a discounted rate of just $7.00 per person ($3.00 for students, children 5 and under are free). Interested in free admission to the Meatout plus a free subscription to VegNews Magazine? Consider joining VegMichigan; membership has its privileges! Interested in carpooling or joining a Grand Rapids caravan destined for the Meatout? Leave a comment below and we'll see what develops.

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