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Meatout 2011 – IDA Activists Offer Anti-War Protesters a Taste of Non-Violent Cuisine

March 24th, 2011 by Webmaster

IDA Staffer Hope Bohanec at MeatOut 2011

IDA Staffer Hope Bohanec at MeatOut 2011

In Defense of Animals teamed up with Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) for this year’s MeatOut to feed 1,000 people vegan Tofurky sandwiches! On Saturday, March 19th, we had a fun vegan feed-in at the annual San Francisco peace rally calling for an end to the wars. We served yummy, vegan sandwiches, leaflet IDA vegan brochures, and spread the message that peace begins on your plate!

The San Francisco event featured sandwiches made with Tofurky slices, lettuce, tomato, and a non-dairy cheese spread. With every sandwich, rally-goers received a brochure explaining how a vegan diet can reduce heart disease, stroke, cancer and diabetes, save animals from suffering on factory farms and in slaughterhouses, and conserve precious environmental resources. We got reports that the sandwiches were tasty and very appreciated.

Last year, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors signed a ground-breaking resolution and officially named every Monday to be Veg Day and encourage all San Francisco residents to consider cutting the meat habit one day a week. In this spirit, rally-goers got a taste of vegan versions of meat and cheese to reduce animal products in their diet.

2 Responses to “Meatout 2011 – IDA Activists Offer Anti-War Protesters a Taste of Non-Violent Cuisine”

  1. April 15, 2013 at 6:06 am, Emilie Chevrier said:

    I mentioned in my Rebbeca Van Dyck submit, I headed over into the new Facebook campus to photograph CSO (Chief Security Officer) Joe

  2. March 24, 2011 at 9:03 am, xSanax said:

    This is great, adorable, this is what we all need.