Each Hot Dog You Eat Shortens Your Life by 36 Minutes

When you eat a hot dog, you lose 36 minutes of life, a new study says. You can live longer if you eat fruits, veggies, and other healthy vegan foods.

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Try Something New With PETA’s 3-Week Vegan Challenge

There’s no time like the present! PETA’s 3-Week Vegan Challenge will give you everything you need to start matching your values with your actions today.


In a ‘Pinch’ for Dinner? Try These Vegan Crab Recipes

Be kind to crustaceans by trying out these vegan crab recipes, made with surprising ingredients like hearts of palm, mushrooms, and artichokes.

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Host the Perfect Party With These Delicious Vegan Dip Recipes

Forget about a main dish—serve up a few of these vegan dip recipes and your next party is sure to be a hit.

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Add Extra Pep to Your Pizza With These Vegan Pepperoni Brands

Homemade pizzas have never been better than with these vegan pepperoni brands.

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Linda McCartney’s Favorite Vegan Recipes Revealed in New Cookbook

French toast, gingerbread cake, and deep dish pie are just a few of the hearty vegan dishes featured in the cookbook.

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These Vegan Barbecue Spots Are Smoking Out the Competition

Barbecue is all about the spices and smoke, and all these spots have uncovered the perfect blend of both, without the animal suffering.


Vegan Kitchen Essentials From Amazon + Recipes to Make With Them

Whether you’re a foodie or a newbie, you’ll be sure to find these tools useful in the kitchen.

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Summer Weather Calls For Vegan Hot Dogs—Here Are PETA’s Picks

This summer, “ketchup” with friends and family over vegan dogs at one of these top spots.

 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind