The whole article: https://zenhabits.net/vegan-guide/
Our thoughts: You don’t have to be vegan or even vegetarian straight away. Start by eating less meat consciously. Then, cut off red meat, then poultry and the rest will follow. As long as we eat less meat, it’s already a fantastic start towards a more compassionate lifestyle.
Here are some […]
The article: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/10/here-are-three-alternatives-to-meat-that-could-help-save-our-planet/
One reason should be enough: Compassion. The rest follows.
Isn’t this one area where we’d like to see our country drop down and eventually, OUT of the list?
Another article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/maps-and-graphics/world-according-to-meat-consumption/
The most vegetarian country in the world is Bangladesh, where just four kilos of meat are consumed by a […]
The simple answer: Feed raw meat, folks.
Please watch the video: https://www.facebook.com/dogcancersurvivalseries/videos/735729299928822/
Millions of people and dogs are dying of cancer. Why do we have to wait for the misinformed to die off before making the paradigm change? This is a tragedy of monumental proportions that needs to be addressed immediately.
You’d remember that Poldrey and Zurik were the only ones who refused to eat Coco&Joe’s barf per se. I got them to eat my half-cooked-half-raw home-prepared food, but they would turn up their noses and walk away from even a tiny bit of barf. The smell of barf was enough to turn them off completely […]
This is controversial, but do give it a listen and let us know what you think.
Many people want to be vegetarians; they feel sorry for animals dying in slaughterhouses tragically and painfully, but here’s the thing – they simply find it hard to give up the pleasures of the tongue: the taste of meat.
The verdict: They all love it!
I bought two boxes with a mixture of five flavours.
Rosie has been very fussy (or was she unwell, I don’t know) lately. All of a sudden, she refused to eat home-cooked food. Her appetite was down for a few days, then she got […]
Our home-cooked meals are going well with the cats.
I’ve gradually been adding raw meat into the cooked meals and blending them together.
Even Poldrey Hepburn and Mr Zurik are happily eating it now!
Can you spot Ms Poldrey? She is behind Bunny!
Private dining for Tiger!
I’ve been reading up on cat nutrition and trying to make my home-cooked food as balanced as possible.
Cats are obligate carnivores and they need to eat meat, but they also need organs as well as bones (for calcium). I’ve heard horror stories of cats being fed only on muscle meat alone and they end […]
It’s been a very long time since we last published about “Eating food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”
Here’s my lunch today:
It consists of lightly steamed broccoli, carrot and mushrooms, raw tomatoes, lettuce, capsicum, two boiled eggs (free range, unfertilised) and roasted sesame dressing.
Preparation time: 5 mins.
The source […]