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WHY BEING A VEGAN IS NO JOKE | VEGAN NEWS Oct 2019

WHY BEING A VEGAN IS NO JOKE
Miss Red Vegan presents VeganOrb – Global vegan and Plant-based news today for a healthier world tomorrow.

VEGAN CAMP OUT REVIEW

Hey Gorgeous Skincare UK Nominees for Best Vegan Skincare UK
VOTE HERE:
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Vegfest UK October 26th and 27th
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The JOKER IN CINEMAS NOW
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Hello everyone welcome to the Sept/October 2019 video presenting Global Vegan and Plant-based news today for a healthier world tomorrow.

It has been a very exciting few months in the vegan movement globally with many inspiring and exciting news stories.

Three of which we will cover today.

Also, stick around until the end of the video to see who we’re featuring as our unique local vegan business.

Thanks for watching and here is the first VeganOrb News Story

JOAQUIN PHOENIX PROTEST AGAINST ANIMAL CRUELTY AND IT’S NO JOKE

Joaquin Phoenix will be seen soon as The Joker at cinema everywhere and before receiving the first Tribute Actor Award at the Toronto Film Festival, the Oscar-nominated actor and lifelong vegan were protesting against animal cruelty at the St George Subway Transit Station.

Dressed all in black was there to support the BeFairBeVegan team behind the subway campaign.

The event toured inside the popular train station and was created by Anita Krajnc of the vegan advocacy group Toronto Pig Save.
“He’s so busy but he took time out to come to see BeFairBeVegan Toronto because it’s so close to his heart,” Krajnc said to Toronto’s local City News.

A vegan since age 3, Phoenix and fiancé, fellow vegan actor Rooney Mara, led this year’s National Animal Rights Day protest in Los Angeles. Both Phoenix and Mara narrated the 2019 documentary “Dominion”and he also narrated 2005’s documentary “Earthlings,” which has inspired thousands of people to go vegan.
The same day Phoenix was the first actor to be awarded the Tribute Actor Award at the Toronto Film Festival.
And, The Joker won the best prize at the Venice International Film Festival and Joaquin Phoenix’s performance is already being hailed as one of the best of the year.
We are super excited at VeganOrb to see this movie and respect that Joaquin is as bold in his acting choices as he is with his vegan activism.

VEGAN CAMP OUT IN THE UK WAS A HUGE SUCCESS WITH 7500 VEGANS WHO ATTENDED

So in 2020, the event will be over 3 days not 2 bigger and better than before. Put this date in your diary now and VeganOrb will be there again to report on the event.
Check out The Very Creativegan’s exclusive review at the link on screen now and below.

VEGFEST UK TAKES PLACE IN LONDON IN OCTOBER AND WILL BE ONE OF THE BIGGEST OF THE YEAR

Vegan Festivals can be found in many locations around the world now and one of the most popular and biggest is VEGFEST UK.
VegfestUK came into existence back in Bristol in 2003, with the launch of the Bristol Vegan Fayre – the first event of its kind to mix up veganism with rock-‘n-roll and a festival vibe.
The success of the Bristol Vegan Fayre was the inspiration behind

These events are highly recommended for everyone who follows a vegan way of life and to those who are curious and want to learn more and shop for everything vegan.

The next major event is being held over 2 days on October the 27th and 28th at London’s Olympia.

VeganOrb will be there to capture some exclusive interviews and footage for the channel.

Now it is time for us to feature a unique local vegan person and business who will talk exclusively to VeganOrb about their business and service and this month.

Please welcome Sue the business owner of Hey Gorgeous Skincare UK, the 100% cruelty-free vegan skincare range that I was fortunate enough to review and try out in one of my other Youtube review videos.

The products are absolutely gorgeous and divine and work on all skin types.

Sue tells us how she came about launching the business in the UK and why it means so much to her to be sharing these unique organic vegan skincare products and how they work so well for her many customers.







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The Game Changers | Official Trailer | The Power Behind Truth

A UFC fighter learns everything he’d been taught about protein was a lie.

In theaters September 16th, 2019 – GET TICKETS NOW! http://gamechangersmovie.com

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The Concept Of Veganism With Asmi Shrestha – Here’s To Life | August 2019

The Concept Of Veganism With Asmi Shrestha – Here’s To Life | Episode 03 – 10 August 2019

A brand new show revolving around lifestyle, fashion, trends, style, fitness, glamour, food and everything else you can think about is here. In this episode of Here’s To Life, Sagarika is learning about vegan lifestyle from Miss Nepal 2016, Asmi Shrestha.

#Lifestyle #AsmiShrestha #VeganLifestyle

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Casa de Carne (House Of Flesh ) | How Many People Would Keep Eating Meat If They Had To Kill The Being They Are Supposed To Eat?!

On a night out with friends, Eric tries a new restaurant that takes the dining experience full circle. Set in the not-so-distance, dark future, “Casa de Carne” is a thought-provoking short film about hard choices and hidden truths.

Winner of the 1st Place Tarshis Film Award at the 2019 Animal Film Festival.

Written & Directed by Dustin Brown
Produced by William Martens & Dustin Brown
Executive Producer Chris DeRose
Cinematography by Mark Mannschreck
Edited by Dustin Brown
Associate Producer & 1st AD Nura Ashimova
Starring Joe LeMieux, Gintare Bandinskaite, Mantas Valantiejus, Ryan Sherman

2019 Last Chance for Animals. http://www.LCAnimal.org/

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What if you really can’t go vegan? IBS, Allergies & Limited Food Available

For people in a very difficult situation where eating plant-based isn’t an option yet. You can still choose vegan in all other aspects of your life, and be careful about how and how often you consume animal-based products. Because trying your best will always be better than not trying at all

IBS affects over 11% of the global population, (that’s one in every 9 people you meet!!) so let’s not be embarrassed about it! I want this channel to be a safe, open and kind place for people dealing with IBS. We’re far from alone, so let’s ask questions, share advice and feel better together xx

▽ What are FODMAPs?

The term FODMAP is an acronym, derived from “Fermentable, Oligo-, Di-, Mono-saccharides And Polyols”. They are short carbohydrates found in lots of healthy foods, which the bacteria in your intestines will break down, producing gas in the process.

For unclear reasons, some people are particularly sensitive to this and experience painful and embarrassing symptoms such as bloating, abdominal cramps, diarrhoea, constipation and fatigue. FODMAP restriction has been found to improve symptoms in people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and other functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGID).

▽ What is a Low-FODMAP Diet?

The Low-FODMAP diet usually involves carefully cutting the down the amount of FODMAPs you consume over a day and at one time for 2-6 weeks until your symptoms resolve or at least become manageable. Then you “re-challenge” each type of FODMAP individually to see how sensitive you are to them. Thankfully most people can tolerate some or all of the FODMAPs at certain levels or combinations.

▽ Is it forever?

NO! From this feedback, you can reintroduce foods in a way that won’t set off your symptoms. Your tolerance will likely improve over time, so you can always retest foods when you feel up to it.

▽ Resources For Vegan Low-FODMAPers

These are some two things I’ve found to be invaluable since starting the low-FODMAP diet.

The first is the official app* from The Monash University. It’s the easiest and most up-to-date way to check what foods are A-okay and how big your portion size can be. Measurements come in grams, as well as “cups”, which is great as a brit!

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My 16 Favourite Healthy Vegan Recipes

MY FAVOURITE OATMEAL RECIPES:
— Breakfasts: 1:16, Lunch: 4:16, Snacks: 7:13, Dinner: 9:06
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RECIPES:

—– BREAKFAST —–
1. Stovetop Oats
Combine 3/4 cup rolled oats and 1.5 cups unsweetened almond milk in a small pot over high heat. When boiling, reduce heat to low and let simmer, stirring occasionally and watching to make sure it doesn’t boil over. Once thick, stir in 1 tsp cinnamon and 1 mashed banana. Remove from heat and serve with any toppings. My favourites are peanut butter, strawberries and banana.

2. Baked Oatmeal
Combine 1/2 cup oats, 1 mashed banana, cinnamon (optional), 1 tsp baking powder, and 1/2 cup almond milk. Place in a mini ramekin or other oven safe dish and bake for 25 minutes at 350F. Add any desired toppings, my favourites are strawberries and peanut butter with almond milk.

—– LUNCH —–
1. Lettuce Wraps
Take a piece of Romaine Lettuce (or any lettuce with a large, flexible leaf) and fill it with brown rice/quinoa, smoked tofu/veggie beef cooked in hoisin sauce, sautéed bell peppers/carrots/zucchini/or any vegetables, sautéed onions and mushrooms, avocado and salsa, nutritional yeast or vegan cheese, hot sauce, and anything else of your choice.

2. Avo-Tomato Sandwich
On two slices of bread/bagel, spread 1/2 a mashed avocado, a sprinkle of nutritional yeast and add some tomato slices. Optional things I like to add are spinach/lettuce, alfalfa sprouts, and ground flax seeds.

—– DINNER —–
1. Spaghetti and “Meat” Balls
Boil spaghetti pasta according to package instructions and set aside.
In a pot, steam chopped broccoli until tender. Saute mushrooms, onions, and any other desired vegetables until cooked. Separately bake/saute bought “meat” balls.
Optionally, you can bring saute all of this together in a large skillet with the tomato sauce to make a more uniform “meat” sauce, or it can just be dished into a bowl with the spaghetti with sauce over top.

2. Pesto Pasta
In a dry skillet over medium-high heat, toast 1/2 cup of pine nuts until golden brown. Set aside. In a food processor, process two bunches of cilantro and 4 cloves of garlic. Once mixed, add in your toasted pine nuts, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp black pepper, 1 tbsp lemon juice, optional smoked paprika, and process until smooth. If it’s too dry, add in some olive oil or water until it reaches your desired consistency.
I love putting this over pasta (whole wheat, rice or zoodles) with avocado and nutritional yeast.

3. Veggie Burgers
Prepare patty’s according to package instructions, or make your own.
I like to eat mine on a toasted whole wheat bun with hummus, avocado, tomato, any other veggies (spinach, lettuce, sprouts, mushrooms, etc), and nutritional yeast for a cheesy flavor.

4. Spring Rolls
Prepare angel hair or fettuccine rice noodles as per package instructions. Chop up bell pepper, cilantro, avocado, cucumber, mushrooms, smoked tofu, bean shoots, and shred some carrots. Soak your rice paper wrap in lukewarm water for about 10 seconds until soft, then fill with any fillings of your choice. Dip into peanut sauce.
Peanut Sauce Recipe:
In a food processor, process 1/2 cup peanut butter, 1 tablespoon minced garlic, 1/4 cup tamari (soy sauce), 1/4 cup water, 1 tablespoon rice vinegar, 1 teaspoon hot sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar or other natural sweetener until smooth. Be sparse with soy sauce as it can be quite salty.
An alt. spring roll recipe –

5. Chickpea Omelet
Blend or hand mix 2/3 cup water, 1/3 cup chickpea flour, 1 tbsp ground flax seed, 1 tbsp nutritional yeast, 1/8 tsp turmeric, 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1/2 tsp garlic powder, salt and pepper to taste. Pour it over a greased skillet over medium-high heat. Let it cook like you would a normal omelet, flipping when the edges are firm and there are bubbles. Once the other side is cooked, put it on a plate and fold over any fillings. I fill it with sauteed veggies (mushrooms, spinach, bell pepper and zucchini) and sprinkle on nutritional yeast.

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A Week of Vegan Activism | VLOG

I visited Canada Goose, Northamptonshire Chicken Save, Essex Pig Save, and a few more vegan activities this week. Hope you enjoy this weekly Vlog as a vegan activist.

Please take the time to watch what the health on Netflix to understand the perils of the western diet, and the healing and protective effects of a plant based diet: http://www.whatthehealthfilm.com/

If you want a planet to live on for your kids or their kids then please watch Cowspiracy on Netflix and see how animal agriculture is the leading destroyer of our planet:

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