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that I will fail and you will all call me out for that steak I plan to chow down on in June. no one is perfect and I have been SO excited about these changes that even IF I fail it can’t hurt to pour my heart out and maybe encourage others out there too! I love that little noodle so much and looking at those innocent eyes every day reminded me that he’s not much different than the piggies and the cows I was eating every day. Now I can’t look at it without feeling a little heart break. I wanted to have that gentle heart, I wanted to make kind and thoughtful choices too!!!! CBC radio had this 2 hour long segment about being vegan and I listened intently. I always imagined a dairy cow to be the most romantic thing ever, now I realize it’s actually torture. wanting to make a change so bad but realizing the energy it takes to get into everyone’s hearts. I’ve found that our local Cactus Club is NOT vegan-friendly at all (SO SAD) but Earls and Joeys both have great vegan options! We get some of the meat and eat it occasionally or I prepare it for Justin as he hasn’t QUITE made the switch yet (although he is VERY interested in making the switch!
(although I will TRY my best not to make anyone feel guilty for not making the switch!! HOW did this Alberta “MEATatarian” become so vegan-ish? So one day, I made the 4 hour drive from Kelowna to Vancouver for work, and my phone was broken … I could go on, but since I am not an expert in this area I will leave the research up to you. I was bullying everyone at work and at home and shaming them for ordering anything with an animal product. After 30 days of being Vegan, I got asked the same question over and over again … Well, I felt like shit because I just ate spaghetti and vegan gummy bears all month! I found some GREAT vegetarian restaurants in Vancouver and when it comes to fast food I’ve found some great junk food joints that have great veggie options (blog to come!! ) – For whatever reason, I am ok with eating wild game.
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