T.O.F.U. #11 | Table of Contents

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When I set out to find authors for issue eleven, I didn't quite know how it was going to turn out. Luckily, the next issue is filled with great pieces by wonderful people, and I'm happy to now share the list with you. Read More »

WAIW | Our Heroes Are Problematic

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The vegan/animal rights community continues to defend its leaders despite mounting evidence of their problematic actions and opinions. Today, Peter Singer is just another example of a problem that needs to be addressed. Read More »

Review | Naturally Nourished by Sarah Britton

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Sarah Britton is back with another cookbook, and that means Katie has some new favourite recipes, including a couple with things she never thought she would eat together. Read More »

T.O.F.U. #11 | Drawing a Line in the Sand

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Since I've found my energy to work on the magazine again, I've started thinking about future issues. Of course, that first means I need to release issue #11, which is why I'm setting a deadline. Read More »

TBT | Veganism: Not Just a Punchline

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Seven years after observing veganism as a punchline in a movie, I'm happy to say that things seemed to have improved in many areas, and hopefully it will only get better. Read More »

Roughly 713,867 Steps to Becoming a Better Intersectional Activist/Ally/Person

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Learning how to incorporate intersectionality into your work as an activist or ally, as well as your personal life, can seem like a daunting thing to undertake. However, the list of steps involved is surprisingly simple. Read More »