30-Day Veg Pledge
February 16, 2011
To the editor,
Now that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has released new dietary guidelines urging people to eat more plant-based foods — and indicating that vegetarians are generally leaner and live longer than meat-eaters — many people are looking for resources to help them make the transition to a vegan diet.
PETA is happy to provide free vegan recipes, product suggestions, cooking and shopping tips, information on vegan-friendly restaurants (stadiums, too), nutritional advice, and more.
If eating barbecued veggie burgers, spicy soy sausage, hummus wraps, pasta primavera, coconut-pineapple curry, wild mushroom risotto, faux chicken sandwiches, fresh berries, juicy melons, ripe tomatoes, citrus, sweet corn, and other delicious and nutritious fruits and vegetables doesn't sound like a chore to you, why not visit www.PETA.org and take PETA's 30 Day Veg Pledge?
You’ll not only reduce your risk of life-threatening diseases by eating healthy, appetizing foods; you’ll help save animals and the environment, too.