LETTER 1 - A Delicious Way to Spare the Sturgeon
The Cavi•art article in your summer edition is wonderful! I ordered three jars as a gift for someone who claims to like caviar, and chatted with him about the article saying that as he expands it would be nice to have the extras that Chef Trish Sebben-Krupka used in serving.
LETTER 2 – Cavi ∙ Art’s Terrific
Thanks for the great write-up! I also want to let you know that we do have the "salmon" Cavi•art vegan now. It has the red, larger beads and tastes terrific.
Plant Based Foods, Inc.
LETTER 3 – Yes We Can
In Letters to the Editor (Summer 2012) some of the most well-meaning animal advocates send out mixed messages. How can we expect the general public to take us seriously when we ALLOW the HSUS to make the following statement “…passing federal legislation to outlaw all types of cages is not a realistic option.” Or, the author of Urging Collaboration on Her Laws states, “…as a vegan, I would prefer that the egg industry be eliminated entirely, but of course that is totally impracticable.”
Both messages program us to fail. If the writer is a vegan we can all follow. Outlaw all cages – not a realistic option? If we all become vegans will there be any need for cages? The key word is sacrifice. Our pleasures, comforts, etc., are not worth their (animals) pain!
In the next letter, Living Your Advocacy, the author states “…forcing them to live in our world on our terms.” It has never been “our world.” Once the president of a group wrote, “…the animals that share our world..” I immediately, respectfully requested if she’d consider rephrasing it to “the world we share with the animals.” “Good observation, thank you” was the response.
All the good things that ever happened to me were for a single reason: somebody said, “Yes, you can do this.” Yes, we can put the profiteers (of all kinds) out of business if we believe in ourselves. Just ask every vegan who use to eat dead animals.
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