Written by PETA
Thanks for all of your wonderful comments on this Win It Wednesday. The winner of Veganopoly is Jenny. Congratulations!
At my house, we turn Scrabble into "Vegan Scrabble" by tripling points for animal-friendly words. Instead of seven measly points, "t-o-f-u" is suddenly worth a whopping 21 points. It can get a little heated, and game night at my house often goes like this:
My husband: "Applesauce?! I've never baked in my life! How am I supposed to know applesauce can be an egg replacer?"
Me: "Well, you should try baking once in a while. You'd learn a lot—and improve your Scrabble game."
My husband: "And you should try not cheating once in a while."
Me: [Feigning shock] "Well, I never …"
Veganopoly to the rescue!
In a vegan twist on an old classic, players try to succeed in the restaurant biz instead of becoming the main course. My husband will no longer be able to claim that I have an unfair advantage on game nights.
Luckily for you, I can't enter "Win It" Wednesdays or I'm certain somehow I'd be the winner of the Veganopoly board game we're giving away. But you can win it. Simply list the ways in which your vegan diet has improved your health. We'll select one winner who offers the most complete and compelling list of reasons to go vegan.
Written by Karin Bennett
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