The following article
was written by Keegan Baur.
Ever wanted to be part of a secret
society? Author David V. Barrett defines a secret society as any group that has "carefully graded and
progressed teachings" that are "available only to selected
individuals," "lead to "hidden (and 'unique') truths," and
bring "personal benefits beyond the reach and even the understanding of
Simply being vegan makes you part of a society of vegans,
which is graded and does provide unique truths that bring
about tremendous personal benefits. However, the great news is that vegan
teachings are readily available to everyone.
The post "Going Vegan: What's Your Best Advice?" at the website The Kitchn provides a forum for vegan commenters to share tips and advice based on their
Those of you who are thinking about transitioning to a vegan
diet might not realize how easy, rewarding, and adventurous a vegan lifestyle
can be! This site can be a great learning tool for you, whether you're making
gradual changes in your diet or are jumping into veganism head-on. Posters have
even recommended helpful books, cookbooks, and videos.
And as if all this weren't enough, you can find recipes at Vegan Around the Clock: 25 Vegan Recipes From
Breakfast to Dessert From The Kitchn. I for one can't wait to whip up some of these scrumptious-looking apple muffins.
Everyone is welcome in our not-so-secret society of vegans.
So don't be shy—come join the conversation!
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