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Don’t Make Change Too Complicated: Instead Just Begin

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My good friend Debbie called me the other day and asked for a little motivational help. She was struggling with giving up caffeinated tea, and asked me for the secret to giving up bad habits. She was setting in for a long explanation, figuring this had to be complicated, but with enough insight, she might just find the motivation to quit the habit.

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Blackberry-Peach Cobbler

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Blackberries and peaches are in season, and they make a perfect pair for a summertime cobbler. Traditional cobblers rely on refined sugar, butter, and cow’s milk, but these ingredients aren’t missed at all in this dish, in favor of dates, non-dairy milk and banana.
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Changing My Diet Saved Me from an Early Grave

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To say I had a rough childhood is an understatement. My father was a maniac, alcoholic prizefighter who constantly beat my mom and two brothers while I lived on the run from his violent assaults. Finally, after a severe beating he gave my mom one night, my brothers and I were removed from the house and placed into foster care.

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Pam Popper on “An Organic Conversation”

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Pam Popper, N.D, who was featured in Forks Over Knives, was interviewed on the radio show “An Organic Conversation.”  Click below to listen to the interview.


Barley and Sweet Potato Pilaf

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Barley is not the usual in pilafs, but it works well when you want a change from rice. Tarragon has a flavor similar to fennel but milder. Serve this on a bed of spinach for a filling meal.
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“Forks Over Knives – The Cookbook” Now Available

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FOK3DBLACK570X299 “Forks Over Knives – The Cookbook” Now AvailableForks Over Knives – The Cookbook arrives two weeks before its official release date and is now available for immediate shipping on ForksOverKnives.com.

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T. Colin Campbell Gives TEDx Talk, “Resolving the Health Care Crisis”

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On May 12, 2012, T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. spoke at TEDx in New York City. Click below to watch the 18 minute presentation.

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Sweet Potato Soup With Cannelini Beans and Rainbow Chard

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You can also make this soup with butternut squash or white potatoes in place of the sweet potatoes.
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Understanding Neocarnism: How Vegan Advocates Can Appreciate and Respond to “Happy Meat,” “Locavorism,” and “Paleo Dieting”

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This article was originally published on One Green Planet, and has been reprinted with permission.

These days, few commentaries cause vegans more despair than those proclaiming the virtues of eating “humane” meat, those promoting the ethics of eating “sustainable” meat, or those insisting on the nutritional necessity of eating any meat. Exasperated vegans wonder why, despite years of seemingly successful campaigning to raise awareness about the impact of animal agriculture on animals, the environment, and human health, these same concerns would actually be used to defend meat eating.

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Spicoli Burgers

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Spicoli 570x299 Spicoli BurgersThese wholesome patties made with brown rice and hemp seeds are a little crisp on the outside, and soft and moist on the inside.  Serve on their own, or inside whole-grain pita pockets with veggies and condiments.

This recipe from Let Them Eat Vegan is wheat-free, gluten-free and soy-free.

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