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PETA IS HELPING CHANGE THE WORLD ONE STEP AT A TIME
Peta releases its first cookbook called Road to Veganism
Peta continues to fight for animal rights by publishing a cookbook
It was released on April 1, 2015
The cookbook has four sections to reach four different categories of food lovers
Hundreds of recipes from 3 talented chefs
Sold in stores in all 50 states
Peta wants to help the health of animals, people, and the earth
Step-by-step how to transition to a vegan lifestyle
Facts on every page
Used at a California high school for football team dinner
“I thought I was going to starve when I heard we were having a vegan meal, but after I ate it, I felt energized and didn’t want to take a nap which is what usually happens after team dinner,” Brian Louck, the senior quarterback, said.
Featured on Live with Kelly and Michael, I am Food Blog, and in Cosmopolitan Magazine.
“This cookbook answers all the questions I had in one place when I decided to transition to veganism.”
It not only tells you recipes, but it informs you with what companies don’t use animal for testing, how to save animals, and every way to be vegan
Twitter Pitch: PeTA’s new cookbook is on sale now at your local bookstore #RoadtoVeganism
Keyword tags: Peta, Animal Rights, Ethical, Veganism, Animal Testing, cookbook, green, clean eating, animal lovers.
Description: PeTA was founded in 1980 in Virginia by Ingrid Newkirk and Alex Pacheco. There are over 3 million members and it is the largest animal rights organization in the world.