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    “My Food May Not Bite But I Do” Apron

    Made with fair trade, organic cotton and printed with water-based inks, these aprons are sure to let folks know just what you’re cooking with. As an added bonus, you’ll also receive a digital copy of issue nine!                    Photo Credit: Jackie Sobon (veganyackattack.com | @veganyackattack) Taken by Caroline Netschert, @wakeupcaroline on IG/Twitter

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    Let’s Talk: Private Coaching Sessions

    I’m hoping to share my experiences and knowledge with you to help you get to where you want to be. Whether it’s to start a vegan business, travel full-time on a small budget, or even adopt a vegan ethic, I’d love to do what I can to make that happen. All you need to do is pick the topic, and we’ll go from there together!

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    Issue Fourteen

    Is burning out and fading away really helping the animals? Find out in T.O.F.U. #14!

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    Issue Thirteen

    How does veganism help or hinder recovering from an eating disorder? Find out in T.O.F.U. #13!

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    Issue Twelve

    Find out how veganism and mental health overlap in the twelfth issue of T.O.F.U. Magazine.

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    Issue Eleven

    How does selling veganism as a cure-all harm those vegans who have health issues? Find out in T.O.F.U. #11!

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    Issue Ten: The Book of T.O.F.U.

    Thanks to a successful Kickstarter, T.O.F.U. is taking its first step back to print with an anthology from the last nine issues.

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    Issue Nine

    Find out why age is an important issue in relation to veganism, along with plenty of other things, thanks to contributors from around the world in the latest issue from T.O.F.U.!

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    Issue Eight

    Issue eight tackles the intersection of sexism and veganism, and why we should fight against the oppression of animals without oppressing others. In addition to an in-depth interview with Carol J. Adams, author of The Sexual Politics of Meat, a number of others provide their opinions on the subject. As well, there are DIY articles on starting vegan businesses, a review of Northern New Jersey, plenty of recipes, and more.

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    Issue Seven

    Issue Seven focuses on body image and veganism, both the good and the bad. It also contains plenty of recipes, DIY, activist, and life articles to keep you warm on a rainy day.

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    Issue Six

    Issue six covers the intersection of veganism with forms of oppression such as racism and homophobia, as well as other relatively controversial topics surrounding a plant-based lifestyle.

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    Issue Five

    Continuing in the direction of the last one, issue V is filled with recipes, articles and other contributions from around the world. Not to mention, plenty of full colour, vegan-friendly photos.

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  • Issue Four

    Topics include vegan parenting, organic farming, vegan blogging, and even life in a yurt! Pick it up now for whatever price you want to pay.

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    Issue Three

    Issue Three of the little vegan magazine that should is full of articles on living simple, animal testing, the importance of being an educated vegan, and so much more.

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    Issue Two

    With interviews from Bif Naked and Zach Blair of Rise Against, as well as great articles and recipes, Issue Two is another great step in the right direction for the little guy.

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    Issue One

    The debut issue of the little vegan magazine that should. Interviews with members of Propagandhi and Immaculate Machine, as well as cartoons and recipes are just a few of the things within the pages.

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  • Vegans: We Don't Just Eat Like Rabbits shirt

    Vegans: We Don’t Just Eat Like Rabbits

    What is there to say about this shirt that it doesn’t say already? We’ve taken the typical anti-vegan sentiment of lettuce and grass as a diet and pointed out something else rabbits are good at.

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  • Smash the Pastryarchy shirt

    Smash the Pastryarchy!

    Ladies and gentlemen, we live in a pastryarchal society. Too long have our ethical treats (Vegan! Fair trade! Organic!) been treated like second-class citizens, while the buttery egg messes of the baking world run wild… Well, we at T.O.F.U. say “no more!”

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