A common line often heard by vegans is “what difference does one person going vegan make?” And yes, from a vegan perspective, it can sometimes seem like the overwhelming numbers of meat-eaters make it that one person going vegan is merely a drop in the ocean.
After more than one hundred years behind cage bars, the animals on the packaging of Barnum’s Animal Crackers are now free to roam as they please . . .
So you’ve turned vegan, you feel healthier, your conscious is clear, and the world looks terribly different. Now what? For many of us, waking up to the realities of animal agriculture sparks a fire in us to help the animals, as well as the earth.
As a result of a rapidly growing Vegan community within the UK, the BBC has given significant air-time to the cause over the past several months. While the BBC has written numerous articles on the subject, it seems that the radio and television interviews have had the most impact. One of the first notable interviews dates back to last March when Kaye Adams interviewed James Aspey -
Welcome to All Around Vegan's first podcast! In this episode I introduce myself, introduce All Around Vegan, share some of my goals & aspirations for the business, as well as explain what purpose I'd like this podcast to serve.
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