With over 100,000 people signing up to Veganuary and counting, veganism is set to start going mainstream in 2018. And with so many new and aspiring vegans out there, I thought I should offer up a few words of advice that helped me in the beginning. There’s also a chance to WIN a huge hamper […]
It was such an uncharacteristically warm evening for late October that I arrived at Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Save‘s first ‘Candlelit Vigil’ in only a t-shirt. Most of the usual faces I have come to know well over the past year whilst standing outside slaughterhouses were in attendance. Soft music played from a bluetooth speaker […]
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I was five years old when my teacher told me it was wrong to eat McDonald’s. I can’t remember what she said word for word, but it was enough for me to go home and tell my mother I didn’t want to eat animals anymore. Knowing what an effort it was to get me to […]
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It’s no secret that Anticarnist hails from Norwich in England. And it wouldn’t be an outrageous thing to say that over the past couple of years that the city has had a vegan overhaul of sorts. With Norwich Vegans evolving from a group that meets once a month to chat and share snacks to an […]
I thought long and hard about it before I went to my very first slaughterhouse vigil, otherwise known as an ‘Animal Save‘. Would it be helpful for animal rights? Would it be detrimental to the animals in the trucks? Would it make my activism better or worse in the future? Would it negatively effect my […]
When I saw the headline “10,000 Hens in Norfolk Needing Homes Before 29th June” back in 2009 on the Sky News website I was an avid meat eater. Nevertheless, I read on to discover 29th June was in fact their slaughter date and those that weren’t rehomed as pets would be killed for cheap pies […]
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I have no idea who invented the concept of a monthly box delivery of random goodies, but whoever it was I’d like to shake their hand. I’ve had subscriptions to various ones throughout the years but stopped when I became vegan for obvious reasons. Thankfully a few people recently discovered this gap in the market […]
As the old Gandhi quote goes, “first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win”. And the Animal Agriculture Alliance, are most definitely at the fighting stage. In fact, they’ve been fighting those pesky animal rights activists for the past thirty years. This week the Animal Agriculture Alliance […]
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Why celebrate the rising of Zombie Jesus by eating dead lambs and bovine lactations shaped into hollow, chocolate chicken periods? I propose a much better idea – inspired by Little V Big V‘s fantastic Mother’s Day giveaway last month, you have the chance to WIN this massive Vegan Easter Giveaway Bundle! Presented by rescued ex-battery hen ‘Hen Herbivore’ …as […]
You’ve seen on YouTube of what animal go through in slaughterhouses. You’ve had a loved one die from heart disease and you’ve heard that animal agriculture is the leading cause of man made greenhouse gasses. You’re vegan because that’s the least you can do. But you want to do more to help. You want to know […]
BIG NEWS GUYS! So how long were you Americans going to keep this one secret eh? UK charity Viva! just posted the following to their Facebook page: I can’t wait until the morning to share this with you all but I do believe we may soon be getting Violife Halloumi in the UK, how amazing […]
We’re pleased to announce that Anticarnist will be trading at Brighton VegfestUK on 11th and 12th March! You can find us at stall number K2 on the first floor on the corner near Happy Maki. Since the very first show in 2003, VegfestUK has welcomed a growing number of vegans, veggies, omnis, pescetarians, reducetarians, flexitarians […]
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