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May 2013 #16
Become a Conscious Being
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Do you feel like a cog in the machine and that nothing is really happening in the world? Do you have this feeling of helplessness in your daily life that nothing seems to get better?
We all have these moments of powerlessness in our lives. But does it mean that there is nothing that you can do? Yes there is. But it involves looking inside yourself. This issue, I invite you to take a look inside your belief system and how it keeps you and people around you enslaved to the status quo. This is about empowerment. Again, always strive, each day, to be an example of peace, love and kindness.
Veronique Perrot


Food Focus: Tofu and soy


Soybeans are a species of legumes originally from East Asia and have been grown there traditionally for thousands of years, even before recorded history. They are still a major crop in China, Japan and Korea. According to an ancient Chinese myth, in 2853 BCE, legendary Emperor Shennong of China proclaimed that five plants were sacred: soybeans, rice, wheat, barley, and millet. Before it became a fermented food, soy was a sacred crop for its beneficial effects on rotation crops as a fertilizer...



Recipe of the Month: Tofu Scramble


Tofu scramble is a great and far healthier substitute for scrambled eggs or eggs omelets - and it doesn't have the cholesterol or cruelty of egg dishes.




1 16-oz organic and/or Non-GMO Certified container firm tofu

2 tsp olive oil, plus more to lightly coat the skillet (optional if you go oil free)

3 TBS nutritional yeast flakes

1/2 tsp granulated onion

1 small onion, sliced

Sliced mushrooms, to taste

1 garlic clove

Ground white (or black) pepper, to taste

1 1/2 TBS Bragg Liquid Aminos, Soy Sauce or Gluten Free Tamari



Heat a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat, adding a little olive oil (optional) to lightly coat the bottom. You can also use water instead of oil. Break the tofu into pieces and place in the skillet.

Cook, stirring occasionally, until lightly golden. Stir in the nutritional yeast flakes and the granulated onion, coating the tofu well. Add the 2 tsp of olive oil (optional), along with the onions, mushrooms, and garlic - and any other vegetables, vegan meats, etc. that you want to throw in.

Cook, stirring occasionally, until the mushrooms are tender. Sprinkle with the white (or black) pepper and drizzle with the Braggs (or soy sauce or Tamari), stirring until the liquid is absorbed.

Remove from the heat. Serve warm with toasted bread, if desired. Makes three to four servings.


Adapted from

Why protests are for the most part useless

Protests have been part of our history and all cultures of the world for the longest. People have protested all sorts of things, from war to poverty to women's rights and animal rights. But how useful is it to even protest? With this article, I am possibly bringing a controversial take on the effectiveness of protests but I need to make a point here.

The need to protest is something I completely understand. I did protest in the past, against wars, for immigrant rights, against fur and animal cruelty. Then I came to realize that it was a waste of my time. The reason for this is that it has little educational value...




Before I go through these stages, I want to make sure that the definition of Veganism is clear as based on the creator of the word, Donald Watson:


"We can see quite plainly that our present civilization is built on the exploitation of animals, just as past civilizations were built on the exploitation of slaves, and we believe the spiritual destiny of man is such that in time he will view with abhorrence the idea that men once fed on the products of animals' bodies."

"[Veganism is] A way of living which excludes all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, the animal kingdom, and includes a reverence for life. It applies to the practice of living on the products of the plant kingdom to the exclusion of flesh, fish, fowl, eggs, honey, animal milk and its derivatives, and encourages the use of alternatives for all commodities derived wholly or in part from animals."


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