Celebrate With PETA’s Vegan Mother’s Day Brunch

For Immediate Release:
May 5, 2021

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Tapi Mbundure 202-483-7382

Norfolk, Va. – As interest in vegan eating soars nationwide and more households celebrate Mother’s Day brunch with eco- and animal-friendly dishes, PETA has put together a collection of vegan recipes that will be as impressive to readers’ moms as they are kind to hens and cows.

Readers can wow their families by serving up bagels piled high with smoky tomato lox and cashew cream cheese; a colorful, veggie-packed eggless quiche filled with mushrooms, tomatoes, and spinach; or chia-and-agave French toast topped with strawberries and coconut whipped cream. And yes, boozy Bloody Marys are vegan if splashed with anchovy-free Worcestershire sauce—there’s no geese in Grey Goose!

PETA’s guide to a vegan Mother’s Day is also a reminder that some of the best moms on the planet belong to other species, from cows—known to escape enclosures and travel for miles looking for their calves—to hens, who cluck softly to their babies before they’re even born. Going vegan saves nearly 200 of these gentle animals every year and helps humans by reducing their risk of suffering from cancer, heart disease, strokes, and diabetes. What better way to show mom that we care than by preparing foods that make her feel her best?!

More recipes are available on our website—they’re perfect for Mother’s Day and every day. For more information, please visit PETA.org or follow the group on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

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