Weekend Update

Good Morning! What a trip it was to work today in this horrible rain (the kind where the entire bottom half of your jeans get saturated.) Nonetheless, it’s always a great day here at the shop:)


We have easter eggs in-store! I won’t elaborate at this stage because they aren’t online yet but let me just say we have an amazing range this year, so come take a sneak peek! We’ve also got fresh Dandies back – and they are in gorgeous new packaging!! Clear Jel is back in for all of your “gelatine” needs. We also have tofetta as well as Little Bird Macaroons in gorg new packaging! Lastly, we’ve got a few more new t-shirts in (including a new SAFE one) so watch out online for these popping up.


Check out defensive omnivore bingo.  My score is 23/25!  Animals are just so boundlessly full of love: Pig adopts Kitten –

Now, as some of you now, I am backpacking in Europe for 7 months – if anyone else is in a similar position, check out this post on how to be a pro at vegan backpacking! Looking for a cool new form of activism? Check out the MeatOutserving vegan food to promote animal rights is just about the best way to win anyone over!

Lastly, and very importantly, we have been given an amazing opportunity for our volunteers at SAFE to be movie extras – $10.00/hour will be donated to SAFE for each movie extra we provide! What a cool way to help animals, eh? Sign up and do something both interesting and world-saving with your weekend!

That’s all for me this weekend – one more week left and then you will have a new bright eyed and bushy tailed Shop Assistant to provide you with boundless animal-rights speak on the blog!

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2 Responses to Weekend Update

  1. Michelle says:

    Thanks for all your hard work on the blog Ana, I hope you have an awesome trip around Europe! Best of luck! 🙂

  2. Ross Wolfe says:

    Recently I wrote a blog entry offering a leftist critique of the ideology of “Green” environmentalism, deep ecology, eco-feminism, and lifestyle politics in general (veganism, “dumpster diving,” “buying organic,” “locavorism,” etc.). I’d be interested to hear your thoughts on the matter and any responses you might have to its criticisms.

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