We were so excited yesterday when we discovered, in our Reader, this brilliant post by Chrissy from Hold The Eggplant. Hold The Eggplant is all about navigating the vegan lifestyle, looking at fashion, food, travel, book reviews and all sorts, from a vegan perspective. We thank Chrissy from the bottom of our hearts for this enthusiastic review of our site.
Veganism is growing by the day (hooray!), but it’s not just grown-ups who are embracing compassionate living; many children and young people are too! Whether raised from birth as vegans, or choosing to embrace compassionate living as young people, vegan numbers are growing and times are changing, and I for one couldn’t be happier about it.
Most of the information available for vegans centres on food and health; there are countless sites we can search for menu inspiration and recipes, and tips to eat better. Some of these sites are family friendly, but few tackle the process of what it actually means to grow up vegan. Sure, we grown-ups know that being vegan is the most life-affirming action we can take, but how does that translate for children and young people? What resources are available for them to tackle the complex terrain of living vegan in a non-vegan world?
This is what makes Violet’s Veg*n E-Comics
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