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Check it out – Mesa in Oak Cliff

We don’t have staff on hand to personally visit all restaurants, but it appears that a new restaurant in Oak Cliff, Mesa, might be worth checking-out. Their menu indicates several “vegetarian” options (presumably many that might become vegan leaving out certain ingredients). Mesa is slated to open on May 10th. If you check it out…

VegNod Fourth Sunday of the Month Lunch

Join VegNod this Sunday from 12:00-2:00 pm for their regular Fourth Sunday of the Month Compassionate, Animal-Friendly Lunch at Veggie Garden in Richardson. More from the event notice: Even if you have never before come to a Vegetarian Network of Dallas Lunch, you are invited!   You don’t have to be vegetarian to enjoy good company,…

Breaking MFA Investigation of Texas Dairy Farm

Another shocking investigation from Mercy For Animals. This time, horrible abuse on a Texas dairy form. We want to warn you that this footage is extremely shocking. Share widely to inform others on the kind of abuse that goes on in the meat industry. Click here to view the video

Remembering Shirley Wilkes-Johnson

Carol J. Adams writes a touching remembrance of Shirley Wilkes-Johnson, the voice of Vegan World Radio, founder of the Lone Star Vegetarian Network, and overall legendary animal-rights activist based in Houston. I had the pleasure of meeting her for the first time at last year’s Lone Star Vegetarian Chili Cook-Off, and from only a brief…

Vegan Gumbo recipe for Fat Tuesday!

At a recent potluck for a Vegan 101 meetup, someone brought an amazing gumbo using this recipe that I just *had* to have. Try it out, you’ll be happy you did! Happy Fat Tuesday!   New Orleans Gumbo, Vegan Style! Ingredients 1 cup Earth Balance margarine 1 cup all purpose flour 48 oz frozen vegetables…