October 2013 – Chocolate Brownies and Hot Vegan Topics

Welcome back! This is a jam-packed newsletter. Adriana’s chocolate brownies will leave you speechless. Somer’s recipe for pizza has homemade vegan cheese that stretches! Enjoy the sunny photo journey with piglets and friends. Then dive into tackling some interesting animal rights issues.

Hot Vegan Topics


Look At These Great Recipes!

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  • Magical Gluten-Free Chocolate Brownies — Adriana has a gift for creating exquisite desserts. Bet you can’t guess the secret ingredient…
  • Vegan Margherita Pizza — Somer has achieved the near impossible: a stretchy vegan cheese you can make yourself! Also included is the recipe for the pizza dough and pizza sauce. Yum-mee.
  • Vegan Chicken Fingers for Kids — Fun, snacks for your family from Nancy.
  • Raw Vegan Lasagna — What a goldmine from Staci. Includes recipes for the cashew cheese, tomato sauce, basil pesto and how to combine it all into a delectable masterpiece.
  • Hi-Protein Snack Bar © — Perfect for cyclists, busy execs and kid’s lunch boxes.
  • Minestrone Soup — Delightfully tasty and nourishing soup from Nancy.
  • Vegan Parmesan — Mattie has created fascinating flavours for you. And it is so easy to make.


Let’s Go Vegan Shopping

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  • Eat to Live Cookbook — Brand new from Dr Joel Fuhrman with 200 delicious nutrient-rich recipes for a vibrantly healthy you.
  • Eat Like You Care — If you have any questions about veganism, then this book by Prof Gary L Francione is for you. Now out in paperback and Kindle versions.


Thank You!

Can you believe it is one year since Elated started up again. Thank you for hanging in there and continuing to be interested in the lives of farm animals, even when the truth is sometimes hard to bear. I truly hope you have been enriched with vital knowledge, achieved a certain peace in your struggles to save animals, as well as cooking (or uncooking) a vegan storm in your kitchen.

I’m loving the feedback I get from you, so keep it coming. Constructive debate is always positive. Social justice movements thrive on it.

Know in your heart that you are a part of the solution. Transitioning towards veganism is the best way you can save the lives of animals. Together we are making this world a better place. For humans and animals.


Warm regards
Karen Johnson


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