Its Food Revolution Day!!!
“A human body in no way resembles those that were born for ravenousness; it hath no hawk’s bill, no sharp talon, no roughness of teeth, no such strength of stomach or heat of digestion, as can be sufficient to convert or alter such heavy and fleshy fare. But if you will contend that you were born to an inclination to such food as you have now a mind to eat, do you then yourself kill what you would eat. But do it yourself, without the help of a chopping-knife, mallet or axe, as wolves, bears, and lions do, who kill and eat at once. Rend an ox with thy teeth, worry a hog with thy mouth, tear a lamb or a hare in pieces, and fall on and eat it alive as they do. But if thou had rather stay until what thou eat is to become dead, and if thou art loath to force a soul out of its body, why then dost thou against nature eat an animate thing? There is nobody that is willing to eat even a lifeless and a dead thing even as it is; so they boil it, and roast it, and alter it by fire and medicines, as it were, changing and quenching the slaughtered gore with thousands of sweet sauces, that the palate being thereby deceived may admit of such uncouth fare.”
"I really love this recipe and it has become a regular in our house. I often sub the pecans for a blend of sunflower and pumpkin seeds or whatever nuts I have on hand. I have played around with it quite a bit to add more flavor. Adding more soy, some grated ginger and chili powder works well, so does throwing in some lemon zest, lemon juice and a heap of parsley. It is great base recipe for adding other flavors too. These are incredibly easy to make & very good! Even my son, the reluctant vegetarian, gives them the thumbs up."
1 cup pecan meal
1 cup cold water
1 tablespoon Liquid Aminos (from health food store)
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
dash garlic powder to taste
1 cup rolled oats
1 cup crumbled tofu
salt and pepper to taste
Combine all ingredients in bowl. If too wet, add a little more oats. If too dry add a few drops of water or lemon juice. Drop tablespoons of mixture onto a sprayed frying pan on medium heat. Brown on both sides. Cover while cooking. Serve with baby spinach and olive salad, on toasted rye bread buttered with avocado and topped with finely sliced capsicum, flaked almonds and a few basil leaves. Be creative!! and enjoy!
The Mad Sausage
A hungry young man gets served serious food for thought when a sausage starts its dramatic life story.
What the young man hears changes his life forever.
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“We are taught you must blame your father, your sisters, your brothers, the school, the teachers - but never blame yourself. It's never your fault. But it's always your fault, because if you wanted to change you're the one who has got to change.” ~ Katharine Hepburn
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Cruelty is indifference to suffering, and even pleasure in inflicting it and kindness? Well, a little fearful woman once said to me that kindness is a weakness. Yet, surprising as it may seem, cruelty is an awful lot easier to express than kindness because it's all about not caring a tot about anybody's interests, but.. read more
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Chan6e the Menu
Philip Wollen explains why animals should be off the menu
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When will the cruelty end?
The food scare over horse meat being found in beef burgers has raised wider questions about how horses are moved and slaughtered
BBC Newsline's Gordon Adair has been following a USPCA investigation which it says has uncovered animal cruelty on a huge scale.
Viewers may find some of the pictures in his report distressing.
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Will human consciousness change
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The Black Swan Of Change
“All swans are white, yet it is logically possible to falsify this statement by observing a single black swan.”
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The first known animal protection legislation in the English-speaking world was passed in Ireland in 1635. In 1641 the first legal code to protect domestic animals in North America was passed by the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The Ward list of "rites" included rite 92: "No man shall exercise any Tirrany or Crueltie toward any bruite Creature which are usuallie kept for man's use."