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Share the joys, disappointments and cravings two protein loving farm kids, David Jones and Carrie Isaacson, experience as they embark on an adventure to discover firsthand what it is like to be vegan. Follow @carrie_isaacson and @david_jones for more!
Veganism: is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products.
Welcome to "Our Vegan Adventure," later today we are going to announce our "last meal" and share some more insights about our VEGAN week challenge prep, but we wanted to share some photos with you first.
Notice the conents of our fridge....Now we're going to go eat something that once had a face while we still can.
What would eat for your "last meal" if you were going to become vegan for a week? Share in the comments section below.
Until next time,
David & Carrie
As always you can follow our adventures on Facebook, on Carrie's blog and on the Brock Center blog. Follow us on Twitter, @carrie_isaacson & @david_jones_.
No "Vegan Adevnture" for me, thanks, but if I did, my final carnivore meal would have to be Pig-turducken. (Cornish game hen inside a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey inside a pig)
You can be vegan if you want. I like salad but "Beef it's what's for dinner". And besides, "the west wasn't won on salad"!
Bring on the beef. My last meal would be either a rib steak or prime rib. Brisket is great to. Sorry if that offends someone but I'm a carnivore and lovin life.