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Socca is a traditional flatbread made in Nice, France. Featuring chickpea flour and a few other ingredients, it’s easy to make and full of flavor.
There are many socca recipes online, but the first time I ever heard of socca was in VegNews magazine. Gourmet vegan cookbook author Robin Robertson writes food articles for VegNews, and when I …
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New York state could one day be cats’ favorite place to live. That’s because New York Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal has penned a bill that would ban declawing statewide, except in those rare cases when it’s truly necessary for medical reasons, such as to remove a tumor.
And it’s about time. Declawing is a painful mutilation that should be illegal—and not just in New York. This cruel procedure is …
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Your monthly gift to PETA can do more for animals! Become a monthly donor by January 31, or before our $10,000 goal is met, whichever occurs first, and PETA will receive an extra $50 from a generous donor!
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Victory! Following a PETA campaign to expose and end cruel and archaic sound-localization experiments on cats at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the embattled laboratory has closed its doors for good and released several cats.
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If you are like me, you know that sometimes doing the right thing for animals can increase your expenses a bit because some companies still market vegan items as “niche” products. There’s no reason why living compassionately can’t be affordable, and that’s why I want to share a few cost-cutting tips that I’ve learned over the years.
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Every so often comes a rash of studies that portray statins, such as Lipitor, Crestor, and Vytorin, as the next best thing since sliced bread—or lentil soup. The latest round of such studies even suggests that these cholesterol-lowering drugs can reduce the risk of repeat heart attacks in people who have already had a heart attack or …