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Mongolian Seitan, Exquisite Vegan Desserts Put University Over the Top to Clinch Victory in peta2 Contest
For Immediate Release:November 15, 2012
Contact:Shakira Croce 202-483-7382
Middletown, Conn. -- Historically, college campuses are
hotbeds for social change, and that includes one of the fastest-growing trends
among young people in the U.S.: going vegan. And nobody is meeting that demand
better than Wesleyan University, which has just captured the
title of Most
Vegan-Friendly College in America in the small-school category of the
annual contest sponsored by peta2—PETA's youth division. After thousands
of people cast their votes to help peta2 decide who it should crown, UCSD beat
out some formidable challengers, such as Cornell University, the University of
California–Berkeley, and the University of California–Los Angeles. Wesleyan
will receive peta2 certificates, which can be hung up around campus,
recognizing it as the nation's most vegan-friendly college.
"With delicious dishes such as Mongolian seitan and
vegan apple crisp, Wesleyan University's vegan-friendly menu puts it at the top
of its class," says peta2 Associate Director Marta Holmberg. "Every
year, peta2 meets more and more students across the country who are protecting
animals, the planet, and their own health by joining the vegan
Topping the favorites list at Wesleyan is the Mongolian
seitan with wild rice salad and cranberries. Other popular entrées include
vegan fettuccine Alfredo and aloo gobi. And when it's time for dessert, meat-,
dairy-, and egg-shunning students are in for a real treat because some of the
chefs specialize in creative and out-of-this-world vegan desserts, including
the vegan apple crisp made with vegan butter, oatmeal, and spices.
There were 32 large schools and 32 small schools in this
year's competition.. This year's winner in the large-school category is the
University of California–San Diego.
For more information, please visit peta2.com.
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