• How we transport our food as a mostly raw vegan family on a scooter!

    So recently we got a scooter as it was taking up well too much of our time cycling to get fruit and other high carb vegan plant food. I thought i would show you how we carry so much food back from the market on a scooter here in Chiang Mai, Thailand! Thai style! My Website: http://www.sunfruitdan.com My Instagram: https://instagram.com/sunfruitdan My donation page: http://www.paypal.me/sunfruitdan My health and detoxification store: http://www.sacredpurity.com

    published: 07 Sep 2016
  • Moving w/ Cats Vlog #1: Thailand, Being Vegan, Pet Transport

    I start my vlogging journey as I prepare to move from the US to Thailand in December 2014. I go over why I want to move, and the hurdles I need to get over to get myself and my two cats over there! Instagram: sarahmayb86 Twitter: @toplesscatlady

    published: 20 Oct 2014
  • WHAT I EAT VEGAN IN THAILAND || BIKE AS TRANSPORT

    published: 05 Jun 2016
  • Farming Simulator ANIMAL Live Transport Abuse Crossing Vegan Slaughter Bacon Meat Made Pay Forward

    MEATvideo.com (MUST SEE-Factory Farms), VeganBodyBuilding.com, VeganHealth.org (Dietitians), PCRM.org (Drs), VegGuide.org, VegCooking.com, FamousVeggie.com, FURisdead.com

    published: 02 Nov 2014
  • The Asshole Vegan

    Crazy vegan on the LIRR that was really entertaining and liked the word asshole. Back story. On the LIRR talking on the phone is frowned upon. 15 minutes earlier, what sounded like an Asian lady, was talking on the phone pretty loudly. The Vegan told her to shut-up and started to tell her "silencio stupido", perhaps thinking she was Spanish. The Vegan then starts to talk to the person next to him pretty loudly. The guy with the cap comes by and asks him to keep it quite and follow his own advice. Hence the video.

    published: 24 Jul 2014
  • RAW VEGAN FRUIT SHOPPING: ONE MINUTE OF FRUITARIAN LOGISTICS

    FREE EBOOKLET http://www.sweetnaturalliving.com Join me as I go fruit shopping with my bike trailer for a couple of days worth of food here in Norway! An awesome day here in Asker Norway! After a nice session at the running track I buy some fruit at our local Turkish supermarket! Check out what I got! Human beings are frugivores by all standards of anatomy and physiology - we thrive on a diet of whole, fresh and ripe fruits eaten in abundance in their raw natural state. The raw food diet is so simple! No need to worry about complex recipes and doing the dishes, this is the ULTIMATE fast food diet! Ideally, the human body works best on a diet where the majority of the calories are coming from carbohydrates in the form of sweet juicy fruits. The 80/10/10 ratio of carbs/protein/fat is...

    published: 17 Aug 2015
  • Ditching veganism to raise grass-fed beef for the environment

    Why famous vegan restaurant owners abandoned veganism to raise cattle including a detailed look at the carbon math of grass fed cattle. - Links and Sources - https://www.patreon.com/micthevegan https://www.facebook.com/micthevegan https://www.instagram.com/micthevegan - @micthevegan Articles on Cafe Gratitude, Beef, and Vegans: http://tinyurl.com/jfqet9n http://www.lamag.com/digestblog/gracias-madre-cafe-gratitude-owners-just-pissed-off-entire-vegan-world/ https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/may/03/vegan-restaurant-meat-eating-owners-cafe-gratitude-california FAO, "In the global balance of methane production, ruminant livestock account for...25.7% of anthropogenic methane production." http://www-naweb.iaea.org/nafa/aph/stories/story_methane.pdf "minor amounts of CH4 need to...

    published: 13 Dec 2016
  • Let Them Eat Meat: There is Nothing Wrong With Rearing and Killing Animals for Human Consumption

    Filmed at the Royal Institution of Great Britain on 31st October 2016. Fancy a nice juicy steak? Most of us do from time to time, and we don’t trouble our consciences too much with the rights and wrongs of eating meat. Others, while vaguely aware that we ought to go vegan, just can’t face the rest of our lives denying ourselves bacon, beef, butter etc. But once we start looking into the arguments for veganism (and it has to be full-blown veganism, because eggs and dairy are all part of the animal food production line), it becomes difficult to justify the omnivore diet. Take the environment for starters. As polemical author and commentator George Monbiot will argue in this debate, livestock farming has a massive impact on the planet, producing around 14% of carbon dioxide equivalent emissi...

    published: 05 Dec 2016
  • Your Water Use (in Almonds)

    Between irrigating the crops that farmed animals eat, providing billions of animals with drinking water each year, and washing away the filth in factory farms, transport trucks, and slaughterhouses, the farmed-animal industry places a tremendous strain on our water supply. Nearly half of all the water used in the United States goes toward raising animals for food. Help solve the water crisis. Go vegan: http://PETA.org/Vegan. Subscribe: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=officialpeta The website the meat industry doesn't want you to see: http://meat.org How to go vegan: http://features.peta.org/how-to-go-vegan/ PETA Saves: http://features.peta.org/petasaves/ PETA: http://PETA.org FAQs: http://www.peta.org/about-peta/faq/

    published: 07 Nov 2015
  • Live Below the Line Challenge {£1 A Day + Vegan}

    In this video, I’m giving you an introduction to my Live Below the Line Challenge, where I live on only £1 a day for 16 days, which means I will only habe £16 to spend in five days. Please note that this is only for food & drink, since it wouldn’t be possible for me to actually live on £1 a day. For me this will include transport as I own a bike and will otherwise walk. I am not permitting myself to use public transportation or taxis etc. This challenge is not necessarily just for fun or entertainment, but to raise awareness for poverty and world hunger - as I mentioned in the video homeless and poverty are a very real problem in today's society and it is something I think about everyday. Like mentioned in the video, the Live Below the Line challenge is usually a charity fundraiser to ra...

    published: 16 Jun 2016
  • Vegan: Everyday Stories

    Take the next step at: http://VeganMovie.org/next-steps Support this movie with a tax-deductible donation at: http://VeganMovie.org/donate Vegan: Everyday Stories is a feature-length documentary that explores the lives of four remarkably different people who share a common thread - they're all vegan. The movie traces the personal journeys of an ultramarathon runner who has overcome addiction to compete in one hundred mile races, a cattle rancher's wife who creates the first cattle ranch turned farmed animal sanctuary in Texas, a food truck owner cooking up knee-buckling plant-based foods, and an 8-year-old girl who convinces her family of six to go vegan.

    published: 18 Jun 2016
  • How to make VEGAN BACON with Bean Curd: VKL episode 40

    Vegiterra Kitchen Lab is an avant garde video-art series combining original music, puppetry, painting and vegan cooking. Food is a material which we can all relate, and these episodes showcase vegan cooking as a form of visual media (that you can actually make yourself!). The featured recipes are vegan and are created by Kristofir. All music is written, recorded and produced by Kristofir on a tiny keyboard that has traveled around the world with him. I have had different kinds of vegan bacon and find that this version tastes the most realistic. The main ingredient is yuba, or bean curd sheets. You can find yuba at most Asian supermarkets in the form of dried sticks, dried sheets (which are often broken in transport) or fresh. I like the dried bean curd stick variety the best, ...

    published: 13 Jun 2016
  • VEGAN £1 A DAY CHALLENGE ep.5 (FINAL DAY - Live Below the Line) ♥ Cheap Lazy Vegan

    Welcome to the FINAL DAY of the Live Below the Line Challenge, where I lived on £1 a day for five days on food and drinks. I go through some of my thoughts in this video, what I ate on my last day and some things to think about... Like mentioned in the video, this challenge might be a valuable lesson but it is also very unrealistic and even if I did only have £1 a day to spend on food/drink, I'd still be one of the lucky ones, as I have shelter, clothing, education, access to transport, free tap water, etc. It's important to understand that there are so many people who don't have access to these basic necessities.. Previous episode - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuBFg8cETco INTRO TO THE CHALLENGE AND WHAT I BOUGHT - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtH2bGfl97k Live Below the Line - ht...

    published: 25 May 2016
  • The 6 Best Vegan Supplements

    As a vegan, making sure you get adequate nutrition is very important. Since many vitamins and minerals are more readily available from animal sources, it’s important to know how taking certain supplements could affect your health. Fortunately, a vegan diet can be quite nutritious and contain most of the essential nutrients you need. Still, there are some minerals and vitamins you may be missing. Here are just a few of the best supplements every vegan (and non-vegan) should know about. Six Vegan Supplements You Should Have Being a vegan has its share of benefits, but there are also some drawbacks you should be aware of. Vegan diets are missing crucial nutrients, like vitamin B12 and even vitamin D, so supplementing should definitely be on every vegan’s mind. While plant foods do provid...

    published: 28 Aug 2015
  • Shit Meat Eaters Say *Vegan* (Parts 1, 2 & 3)

    Shit meat eaters say to vegans. Parts 1, 2 and 3! Colour and lighting fixed. John Sakars, animal rights activist and vegan tells it just like the meat eaters do. Stupid questions and rationalizations vegans get all the time. Where do you get your protein, animals wouldn't even exist if not for us etc... 10 minutes John Sakars youtube channels http://www.youtube.com/user/TheSakars http://www.youtube.com/user/MrSakars http://www.youtube.com/user/SakarsVids Please share, like and subscribe Learn more: http://www.humanemyth.org http://www.chooseveg.com http://www.30bananasaday.com http://www.foodnsport.com http://www.pcrm.org http://www.veganbodybuilding.com http://www.veganhealth.org http://www.tarve.ca Michael Lanfield is an animal rights activist, author and public speaker from Toronto...

    published: 04 Jan 2013
  • The Pengest Vegan Munch | Vegan Fried Chicken | Places to Eat London | Temple of Hackney

    Vegan Fried Chicken has officially launched in London! So for my Vegan and Vegetarian viewers/supporters I went to check it out and review this spot in Hackney. So Hipster! Pengest Vegan Munch. What does Vegan Chicken taste like? Watch this and find out :) Social Media contact me & follow me: IG: Goku_London FB Group: Goku London's Food Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/95941... Twitter: @Goku_London SC: YoungLionsSM Love Food MSP Music From DJ Quads, thank you for letting me use it royalty free! Track: First Time Track 2: Great Days Temple of Hackney Address: 10 Morning Lane, London E9 6NA Closest Transport: Hackney Central (Overground) Lots of Buses! 266 55

    published: 29 Jan 2017
How we transport our food as a mostly raw vegan family on a scooter!

How we transport our food as a mostly raw vegan family on a scooter!

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  • Updated: 07 Sep 2016
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So recently we got a scooter as it was taking up well too much of our time cycling to get fruit and other high carb vegan plant food. I thought i would show you how we carry so much food back from the market on a scooter here in Chiang Mai, Thailand! Thai style! My Website: http://www.sunfruitdan.com My Instagram: https://instagram.com/sunfruitdan My donation page: http://www.paypal.me/sunfruitdan My health and detoxification store: http://www.sacredpurity.com
https://wn.com/How_We_Transport_Our_Food_As_A_Mostly_Raw_Vegan_Family_On_A_Scooter
Moving w/ Cats Vlog #1: Thailand, Being Vegan, Pet Transport

Moving w/ Cats Vlog #1: Thailand, Being Vegan, Pet Transport

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  • Updated: 20 Oct 2014
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I start my vlogging journey as I prepare to move from the US to Thailand in December 2014. I go over why I want to move, and the hurdles I need to get over to get myself and my two cats over there! Instagram: sarahmayb86 Twitter: @toplesscatlady
https://wn.com/Moving_W_Cats_Vlog_1_Thailand,_Being_Vegan,_Pet_Transport
WHAT I EAT VEGAN IN THAILAND || BIKE AS TRANSPORT

WHAT I EAT VEGAN IN THAILAND || BIKE AS TRANSPORT

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Farming Simulator ANIMAL Live Transport Abuse Crossing Vegan Slaughter Bacon Meat Made Pay Forward

Farming Simulator ANIMAL Live Transport Abuse Crossing Vegan Slaughter Bacon Meat Made Pay Forward

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  • Updated: 02 Nov 2014
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MEATvideo.com (MUST SEE-Factory Farms), VeganBodyBuilding.com, VeganHealth.org (Dietitians), PCRM.org (Drs), VegGuide.org, VegCooking.com, FamousVeggie.com, FURisdead.com
https://wn.com/Farming_Simulator_Animal_Live_Transport_Abuse_Crossing_Vegan_Slaughter_Bacon_Meat_Made_Pay_Forward
The Asshole Vegan

The Asshole Vegan

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  • Updated: 24 Jul 2014
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Crazy vegan on the LIRR that was really entertaining and liked the word asshole. Back story. On the LIRR talking on the phone is frowned upon. 15 minutes earlier, what sounded like an Asian lady, was talking on the phone pretty loudly. The Vegan told her to shut-up and started to tell her "silencio stupido", perhaps thinking she was Spanish. The Vegan then starts to talk to the person next to him pretty loudly. The guy with the cap comes by and asks him to keep it quite and follow his own advice. Hence the video.
https://wn.com/The_Asshole_Vegan
RAW VEGAN FRUIT SHOPPING: ONE MINUTE OF FRUITARIAN LOGISTICS

RAW VEGAN FRUIT SHOPPING: ONE MINUTE OF FRUITARIAN LOGISTICS

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FREE EBOOKLET http://www.sweetnaturalliving.com Join me as I go fruit shopping with my bike trailer for a couple of days worth of food here in Norway! An awesome day here in Asker Norway! After a nice session at the running track I buy some fruit at our local Turkish supermarket! Check out what I got! Human beings are frugivores by all standards of anatomy and physiology - we thrive on a diet of whole, fresh and ripe fruits eaten in abundance in their raw natural state. The raw food diet is so simple! No need to worry about complex recipes and doing the dishes, this is the ULTIMATE fast food diet! Ideally, the human body works best on a diet where the majority of the calories are coming from carbohydrates in the form of sweet juicy fruits. The 80/10/10 ratio of carbs/protein/fat is the ideal AVERAGE. Eat simple at mealtime, eat seasonal and allow for variation over time. When the fat intake is kept low the bloods ability to uptake, transport and deliver oxygen to the cells is optimal. When the fat is low we are also able to metabolize sugar more efficiently and blood sugar imbalances will become a thing of the past. As the fat in the diet goes up, various factors of health starts declining. Sweet juicy fruits are the staple for a healthy human animal. Keep it FRESH, RIPE and RAW for optimal results! Remember to SUBSCRIBE to stay up to date with all the latest videos! *BUY OUR EBOOK ABOUT FRUIT FOCUSED TRAVEL & ULTRALIGHT BACKPACKING IN THE TROPICS: http://www.sweetnaturalliving.com/travel-ebook/ *SIGN UP FOR PERSONAL HEALTH AND LIFE COACHING ONLINE: http://www.sweetnaturalliving.com/coaching *LIKE US ON FACEBOOK TO STAY CONNECTED: http://www.facebook.com/sweetnaturalliving
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Ditching veganism to raise grass-fed beef for the environment

Ditching veganism to raise grass-fed beef for the environment

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  • Updated: 13 Dec 2016
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Why famous vegan restaurant owners abandoned veganism to raise cattle including a detailed look at the carbon math of grass fed cattle. - Links and Sources - https://www.patreon.com/micthevegan https://www.facebook.com/micthevegan https://www.instagram.com/micthevegan - @micthevegan Articles on Cafe Gratitude, Beef, and Vegans: http://tinyurl.com/jfqet9n http://www.lamag.com/digestblog/gracias-madre-cafe-gratitude-owners-just-pissed-off-entire-vegan-world/ https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/may/03/vegan-restaurant-meat-eating-owners-cafe-gratitude-california FAO, "In the global balance of methane production, ruminant livestock account for...25.7% of anthropogenic methane production." http://www-naweb.iaea.org/nafa/aph/stories/story_methane.pdf "minor amounts of CH4 need to be emitted to offset gains in CO2 mitigation from Soil Organic Carbon sequestration." http://www.fao.org/docrep/013/i1880e/i1880e07.pdf Methane 29 times CO2: http://www.climatechange2013.org/images/report/WG1AR5_Ch08SM_FINAL.pdf Aerosols make Methane 32 times as powerful as CO2: http://science.sciencemag.org/content/326/5953/716.full.pdf+html Grass fed cattle were shown to SPEW 4 times as much methane: https://naldc.nal.usda.gov/download/4072/PDF grass fed cattle grow 75% as fast as grain fed cattle so they produce methane for a longer period. http://www.ucsusa.org/sites/default/files/legacy/assets/documents/food_and_agriculture/global-warming-and-beef-production-summary.pdf 2.7 head of cattle per hectare of pasture http://www.therural.co.nz/livestock/livestock-property-numbers. Grazing sequestration studies: http://www.jswconline.org/content/62/2/77.full.pdf+html http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1890/1051-0761(2001)011%5b0343:GMACIG%5d2.0.CO%3b2/epdf https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/rangelands-as-carbon-sinks-to-mitigate-climate-change-a-review-2157-7617.1000221.pdf On average, a cow releases 70-120 kg of methane per year: http://timeforchange.org/are-cows-cause-of-global-warming-meat-methane-CO2 http://worldanimalnews.com/polluting-planet-methane-gas-cows-carbon-cars/ Tallgrass prairie no cows = 0.7 https://www.lrrb.org/PDF/200848.pdf Hardwood trees: 2.9 mg http://www.fs.fed.us/psw/publications/giardina/psw_2015_giardina002_gahagan.pdf Most crops: are like 0.07-0.80 (http://www.nrs.fs.fed.us/niacs/local-resources/docs/Briefing1_SeqLandUseChg.pdf No Till Corn reportedly can get 3.7 MG C http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167198713000962 Vegetable sequestration average between 1.0-2.5, http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.701.2130&rep=rep1&type=pdf Vegetables AS HIGH AS 6.4 mg C/ha/yr: http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/user_upload/fsn/docs/HLPEII/IFOAM_Submission_to_CFS_HLPE_on_Climate_Change_and_Food_Security.pdf Earth Worms: 2.35 mg C/ha/yr: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1890/1051-0761(2001)011%5b0343:GMACIG%5d2.0.CO%3b2/epdf Savory Methane Paper: http://savory.global/assets/docs/evidence-papers/2015-methane.pdf Factory farm dairy doubled: http://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/insight/factory-farm-nation-2015-edition EPA: 26% of emissions are transport: https://www.epa.gov/ghgemissions/sources-greenhouse-gas-emissions Vegan diet uses 1/8 land: https://www.elementascience.org/articles/116 Harvesting deaths: http://www.animalvisuals.org/projects/data/1mc/ Predator killings by US gov: https://www.aphis.usda.gov/wildlife_damage/pdr/PDR-G_Report.php?fld=&fld_val= Wolf largest threat livestock farming: http://www.defenders.org/gray-wolf/threats
https://wn.com/Ditching_Veganism_To_Raise_Grass_Fed_Beef_For_The_Environment
Let Them Eat Meat: There is Nothing Wrong With Rearing and Killing Animals for Human Consumption

Let Them Eat Meat: There is Nothing Wrong With Rearing and Killing Animals for Human Consumption

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  • Updated: 05 Dec 2016
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Filmed at the Royal Institution of Great Britain on 31st October 2016. Fancy a nice juicy steak? Most of us do from time to time, and we don’t trouble our consciences too much with the rights and wrongs of eating meat. Others, while vaguely aware that we ought to go vegan, just can’t face the rest of our lives denying ourselves bacon, beef, butter etc. But once we start looking into the arguments for veganism (and it has to be full-blown veganism, because eggs and dairy are all part of the animal food production line), it becomes difficult to justify the omnivore diet. Take the environment for starters. As polemical author and commentator George Monbiot will argue in this debate, livestock farming has a massive impact on the planet, producing around 14% of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions according to the UN. That’s roughly the same as the total amount of global transport emissions. Animals are extremely inefficient processors of the maize and soya that farmers grow to feed them. If we ate those crops ourselves instead of feeding them to livestock, we could free up hundreds of millions of hectares of rainforests, savannahs and wetlands where wild animals could flourish instead. And then there are the arguments about animal welfare. Recent scientific research indicates what many of us feel we already know – that animals have complex emotional lives not dissimilar to our own. Intensive farming – the kind that confines hens, pigs and cattle to squalid indoor pens – thwarts their instincts to move around freely and build social bonds with their group. Tens of billions of animals exist in this way, and that’s before their short lives are ended in the horror house of the abattoir. As for those who say a vegan diet isn’t healthy, elite athletes who have made the switch, including world tennis No 1 Novak Djokovic, prove you don’t need animal protein to excel at the highest levels in sport. On the other side of the argument, making the case for the meat munchers, will be sharp-tongued Sunday Times food critic AA Gill. The fact is, he will say, we developed as omnivores and every human culture has its culinary traditions, based on the taste and aesthetics of meat and dairy. Do we really want to live in a world where there is no beef Wellington or cheese soufflé? As for the environmentalist arguments, omnivores now have some serious eco-credentials behind them. A study at Cornell University shows that a diet that includes a few small portions of grass-fed meat a week may actually be greener than eating no animal products at all. And when it comes to animal welfare, rather than abandoning animal products altogether, couldn’t we do more good by pressing for genuinely transparent labelling of our meat and dairy? If consumers really know what they are getting, fewer people might be willing to buy the £3 chicken produced in the barbaric conditions of the agricultural industry. As for a vegan diet being healthier, we should stop giving airtime to self-appointed health experts and lifestyle bloggers. Some dieticians argue that there are nutrients we need that we just can’t get from plants alone. Yes, we can get calcium from kale and iron from beans, but the quantity, quality and bio-availability of such elements are far better when we get them from animal rather than plant sources. How do we pick our way through these thorny arguments?
https://wn.com/Let_Them_Eat_Meat_There_Is_Nothing_Wrong_With_Rearing_And_Killing_Animals_For_Human_Consumption
Your Water Use (in Almonds)

Your Water Use (in Almonds)

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  • Updated: 07 Nov 2015
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Between irrigating the crops that farmed animals eat, providing billions of animals with drinking water each year, and washing away the filth in factory farms, transport trucks, and slaughterhouses, the farmed-animal industry places a tremendous strain on our water supply. Nearly half of all the water used in the United States goes toward raising animals for food. Help solve the water crisis. Go vegan: http://PETA.org/Vegan. Subscribe: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=officialpeta The website the meat industry doesn't want you to see: http://meat.org How to go vegan: http://features.peta.org/how-to-go-vegan/ PETA Saves: http://features.peta.org/petasaves/ PETA: http://PETA.org FAQs: http://www.peta.org/about-peta/faq/
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Live Below the Line Challenge {£1 A Day + Vegan}

Live Below the Line Challenge {£1 A Day + Vegan}

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  • Updated: 16 Jun 2016
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In this video, I’m giving you an introduction to my Live Below the Line Challenge, where I live on only £1 a day for 16 days, which means I will only habe £16 to spend in five days. Please note that this is only for food & drink, since it wouldn’t be possible for me to actually live on £1 a day. For me this will include transport as I own a bike and will otherwise walk. I am not permitting myself to use public transportation or taxis etc. This challenge is not necessarily just for fun or entertainment, but to raise awareness for poverty and world hunger - as I mentioned in the video homeless and poverty are a very real problem in today's society and it is something I think about everyday. Like mentioned in the video, the Live Below the Line challenge is usually a charity fundraiser to raise money for world hunger, but because they are not running this year, I’ve decided to leave some information and links to some websites below. If you have a minute, please read up on some of the facts about world hunger, malnutrition and poverty - and if you are able to do so, feel free to donate some of your money to the cause. Live Below the Line - https://www.livebelowtheline.com/ Some quick facts about world hunger, malnutrition and poverty: - 795 million people (or one in nine people in the world) do not have enough to eat - 98% of the world’s undernourished people live in developing countries - Nearly half of all deaths in children under five are attributable to under-nutrition - About 896 million people in developing countries live on $1.90 a day or less - 22,000 children die EACH DAY due to conditions of poverty From The Hunger Project - http://www.thp.org/knowledge-center/k... Charities: The Life You Can Save (List of effective hunger and nutrition charities) - http://www.thelifeyoucansave.org/Caus... The Hunger Project - http://www.thp.org/ Action Against Hunger - https://www.actionagainsthunger.org.uk/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I N S T A G R A M : @sustainably_vegan F A C E B O O K : Sustainably Vegan T W I T T E R : @sustainably_vega
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Vegan: Everyday Stories

Vegan: Everyday Stories

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Take the next step at: http://VeganMovie.org/next-steps Support this movie with a tax-deductible donation at: http://VeganMovie.org/donate Vegan: Everyday Stories is a feature-length documentary that explores the lives of four remarkably different people who share a common thread - they're all vegan. The movie traces the personal journeys of an ultramarathon runner who has overcome addiction to compete in one hundred mile races, a cattle rancher's wife who creates the first cattle ranch turned farmed animal sanctuary in Texas, a food truck owner cooking up knee-buckling plant-based foods, and an 8-year-old girl who convinces her family of six to go vegan.
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How to make VEGAN BACON with Bean Curd: VKL episode 40

How to make VEGAN BACON with Bean Curd: VKL episode 40

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  • Updated: 13 Jun 2016
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Vegiterra Kitchen Lab is an avant garde video-art series combining original music, puppetry, painting and vegan cooking. Food is a material which we can all relate, and these episodes showcase vegan cooking as a form of visual media (that you can actually make yourself!). The featured recipes are vegan and are created by Kristofir. All music is written, recorded and produced by Kristofir on a tiny keyboard that has traveled around the world with him. I have had different kinds of vegan bacon and find that this version tastes the most realistic. The main ingredient is yuba, or bean curd sheets. You can find yuba at most Asian supermarkets in the form of dried sticks, dried sheets (which are often broken in transport) or fresh. I like the dried bean curd stick variety the best, but any kind will do. Liquid smoke can be hard to find, so use extra smoked paprika if you are having trouble sourcing it. It has a similar flavour. Recommended if you enjoy food, vegan cooking, randomness, artsiness, performance art, Laurie Anderson, Cibo Matto, experimental electronic music, synthesizers, puppet shows, PJ Katie's Farm, Alejandro Jodorowsky, and any form of surrealism. Vegiterra Kitchen Lab (VKL) is filmed in Hamilton, Ontario Canada. http://www.vegiterra.com Kristofir's website http://www.kristofir.com original music by Kristofir http://kristofir.bandcamp.com
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VEGAN £1 A DAY CHALLENGE ep.5 (FINAL DAY - Live Below the Line) ♥ Cheap Lazy Vegan

VEGAN £1 A DAY CHALLENGE ep.5 (FINAL DAY - Live Below the Line) ♥ Cheap Lazy Vegan

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Welcome to the FINAL DAY of the Live Below the Line Challenge, where I lived on £1 a day for five days on food and drinks. I go through some of my thoughts in this video, what I ate on my last day and some things to think about... Like mentioned in the video, this challenge might be a valuable lesson but it is also very unrealistic and even if I did only have £1 a day to spend on food/drink, I'd still be one of the lucky ones, as I have shelter, clothing, education, access to transport, free tap water, etc. It's important to understand that there are so many people who don't have access to these basic necessities.. Previous episode - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuBFg8cETco INTRO TO THE CHALLENGE AND WHAT I BOUGHT - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtH2bGfl97k Live Below the Line - https://www.livebelowtheline.com/ Some quick facts about world hunger, malnutrition and poverty: •795 million people (or one in nine people in the world) do not have enough to eat •98% of the world’s undernourished people live in developing countries •Nearly half of all deaths in children under five are attributable to under-nutrition •About 896 million people in developing countries live on $1.90 a day or less •22,000 children die EACH DAY due to conditions of poverty From The Hunger Project - http://www.thp.org/knowledge-center/know-your-world-facts-about-hunger-poverty/ Charities: The Life You Can Save (List of effective hunger and nutrition charities) - http://www.thelifeyoucansave.org/Causes/Hunger-and-Nutrition The Hunger Project - http://www.thp.org/ Action Against Hunger - https://www.actionagainsthunger.org.uk/ ▼ LINKS + DISCOUNTS ▼ ● iHERB.com $5 off your first order http://www.iherb.com/iherb-brands?rcode=CJW878 ● VEGAN CUTS is an all vegan snack and beauty box subscription service and I am an ambassador! Check out their site here to sign up for a box or see what products they have to offer: http://caurl.co/r/x9qwl/g6lg Check out the individual boxes + marketplace here: ♡ Snack Box: http://caurl.co/r/x9qwl/gd1g ♡ Beauty Box: http://caurl.co/r/x9qwl/g2r8 ♡ Marketplace: http://caurl.co/r/x9qwl/g6lg ♡ Vegan Starter Kit: http://bit.ly/1ZkphGl ▼ FIND ME ▼ W E B S I T E / B L O G ♡ http://www.thecheaplazyvegan.com V L O G C H A N N E L ♡ http://www.youtube.com/therosatron88 I N S T A G R A M ♡ http://www.instagram.com/cheaplazyvegan F A C E B O O K ♡ http://www.facebook.com/cheaplazyvegan T U M B L R ♡ http://cheaplazyvegan.tumblr.com/ T W I T T E R ♡ http://www.twitter.com/cheaplazyvegan S N A P C H A T ♡ ItsRosatron P E R S O N A L I N S T A G R A M ♡ http://www.instagram.com/therosatron ❤ New videos every Wednesday & Saturday (sometimes more!) ❤ ❤ Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE http://bit.ly/1Oc8oVW ❤ Business Inquiries, sponsorships and endorsements - cheaplazyvegan@gmail.com —— TOP 12 FAVOURITE EASY VEGAN RECIPES ► ► http://bit.ly/1SbpmaQ VEGAN GROCERY GUIDE ►► http://bit.ly/1OHZOzA TOP 5 TIPS ON GOING VEGAN ►► http://bit.ly/1RCRWAr WHY I WENT VEGAN (MY VEGAN STORY) ►► http://bit.ly/1mN5Ftm HOW TO LIVE ON $3 A DAY (VEGAN EDITION) ►► http://bit.ly/1W9lvtJ —— ♫ MUSIC ♫ By YouTube Music Library Outro - Easy Lemon 30 Second by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200078 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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The 6 Best Vegan Supplements

The 6 Best Vegan Supplements

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  • Updated: 28 Aug 2015
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As a vegan, making sure you get adequate nutrition is very important. Since many vitamins and minerals are more readily available from animal sources, it’s important to know how taking certain supplements could affect your health. Fortunately, a vegan diet can be quite nutritious and contain most of the essential nutrients you need. Still, there are some minerals and vitamins you may be missing. Here are just a few of the best supplements every vegan (and non-vegan) should know about. Six Vegan Supplements You Should Have Being a vegan has its share of benefits, but there are also some drawbacks you should be aware of. Vegan diets are missing crucial nutrients, like vitamin B12 and even vitamin D, so supplementing should definitely be on every vegan’s mind. While plant foods do provide an assortment of nutrients, some of them may be on the low end. Here’s six supplements you should be considering taking if you’re following the vegan lifestyle: 1. B12 One of the essential B-complex nutrients, B12 maintains brain and nervous system health. But getting enough is crucial, since low levels could also lead to anemia or even pregnancy complications. [1] [2] Unfortunately for vegans, it can be difficult getting enough B12 from plant sources; however, a vegan B12 supplement could be a great option. I highly recommend supplementing with VeganSafe™ B12, a vegan-friendly formula that contains two of the most bioactive forms of the vitamin. 2. Iron Since your red blood cells use iron to transport oxygen and nutrients, not getting enough could lead to anemia. Of the two types of iron, non-heme, found in plant sources, is harder for the body to absorb. What this means is that vegans and vegetarians can have lower iron stores in the blood. This is why supplementing with iron is so important. Also, keep in mind that eating non-heme iron foods with vitamin C foods can actually increase absorption! 3. Zinc Found in every cell in the body, zinc helps with everything from maintaining your immune system to aiding reproduction. [3] And, while zinc can be found in vegetable sources, phytates in plants can actually bind to the mineral and weaken absorption. Taking additional zinc is highly recommended for vegetarians and vegans because of this. Since the body lacks any kind of zinc storage system, zinc orotate is one form that passes quickly and easily through cell membranes, allowing the body to get the most of the mineral. 4. Enzymes No matter what your diet, supplementing with enzymes can provide your body a great deal of help. There are some studies that suggest proteolytic enzymes could reduce irritation in the body, while digestive enzymes help digest food molecules into nutrients. [4] [5] For example, someone who is lactose intolerant could take the enzyme lactase in order to better digest dairy. As a vegan (or vegetarian), it’s especially important to make sure your enzyme supplement isn’t sourced from animal products; a high-quality, full-spectrum supplement like VeganZyme could be just the thing you need. 5. Vitamin D Vitamin D is a necessary vitamin for calcium absorption, but many of us–regardless of diet–simply don’t get enough. While calcium can be found fairly easily in the diet, vitamin D can be a little trickier. In fact, many vegans don’t get any vitamin D at all from the food they eat. Studies suggest vitamin D is actually just as important as calcium when it comes to reducing osteoporosis risk, so make sure you’re getting enough of both. [6] Check out Suntrex if you’re looking for a potent vegan vitamin D supplement. 6. Iodine Everyone needs iodine to function; it’s necessary for a healthy thyroid and too little intake can throw metabolic functions out of whack. It might seem strange, but your body can’t produce iodine on its own. Your only options are getting it from trace amounts in food and supplements. Vegans are especially vulnerable, because research suggests that iodine occurs in only minute amounts in plants. [7] Our iodine supplement Detoxadine is something that may help if you find you’re iodine intake isn’t the best.
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Shit Meat Eaters Say *Vegan* (Parts 1, 2 & 3)

Shit Meat Eaters Say *Vegan* (Parts 1, 2 & 3)

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  • Updated: 04 Jan 2013
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Shit meat eaters say to vegans. Parts 1, 2 and 3! Colour and lighting fixed. John Sakars, animal rights activist and vegan tells it just like the meat eaters do. Stupid questions and rationalizations vegans get all the time. Where do you get your protein, animals wouldn't even exist if not for us etc... 10 minutes John Sakars youtube channels http://www.youtube.com/user/TheSakars http://www.youtube.com/user/MrSakars http://www.youtube.com/user/SakarsVids Please share, like and subscribe Learn more: http://www.humanemyth.org http://www.chooseveg.com http://www.30bananasaday.com http://www.foodnsport.com http://www.pcrm.org http://www.veganbodybuilding.com http://www.veganhealth.org http://www.tarve.ca Michael Lanfield is an animal rights activist, author and public speaker from Toronto, Canada. He had a spiritual awakening and went vegan in spring 2009. "I no longer wanted to kill any living thing", Michael said in an interview. "Animals are feeling and living beings that have every right to be on this planet just like us." In spring of 2011 after bearing witness of pigs in transport trucks bound for the slaughterhouse, Michael had a vision, "I have to save these animals; they need me. I've made a promise to do whatever I can to save them. These animals do not have a voice. We don't precisely know what they're thinking of when they're being trucked off to the slaughterhouse. I do believe though, that the animals know their life is coming to an end." "I have a dream, that one day all the killing will stop; the killing of man, the killing of Mother Earth and most importantly the killing of animals." Visit his Website: http://www.michaellanfield.com
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The Pengest Vegan Munch | Vegan Fried Chicken | Places to Eat London | Temple of Hackney

The Pengest Vegan Munch | Vegan Fried Chicken | Places to Eat London | Temple of Hackney

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Vegan Fried Chicken has officially launched in London! So for my Vegan and Vegetarian viewers/supporters I went to check it out and review this spot in Hackney. So Hipster! Pengest Vegan Munch. What does Vegan Chicken taste like? Watch this and find out :) Social Media contact me & follow me: IG: Goku_London FB Group: Goku London's Food Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/95941... Twitter: @Goku_London SC: YoungLionsSM Love Food MSP Music From DJ Quads, thank you for letting me use it royalty free! Track: First Time Track 2: Great Days Temple of Hackney Address: 10 Morning Lane, London E9 6NA Closest Transport: Hackney Central (Overground) Lots of Buses! 266 55
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