Driver Gets in Tofu Skirmish

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Apparently, in Tennessee, one’s love of tofu should be kept a well-guarded secret. When a PETA staffer there applied for a vanity plate saying, “ILVTOFU,” she was denied by the Department of Revenue, which called the plate “vulgar.”

OK, we see how this could be interpreted, but we’re of the opinion that the meat industry’s abuse of animals and its damage to the environment and your arteries is what’s disgusting. If loving tofu is wrong, we don’t want to be right. Undeterred, the staffer plans to deck out her car in vegan bumper stickers like these:


Just point your clicker to a sticker to order one for yourself, and visit PETA’s recipe page to have your own little tofu love-fest.


Written by Michelle Kretzer

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