Tag: Veganism

7 Eco-Friendly Black Beauty Products for Earth Day and Every Day

Founder, Latrice left the corporate world to launch Liplove, a line of plant-based and cruelty-free beauty products. In addition to the bold lip shades, the line also includes body oils and the Lovestick, which does double duty as a lip and cheek balm. All of their ingredients are responsibly sourced.

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Vegan Fridays and Other Plans Eric Adams Has for Food in NYC

The initiative could be an opportunity to support New York State farmers, Ms. Ramos said. School districts that buy at least 30 percent of their food from in-state producers receive bigger reimbursements from the state; New York City, she said, could learn from Buffalo, where the school district was able to meet that standard within […]

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What Does the End of Beef Mean for Our Sense of Self?

The difference in diet was a difference in worldview. “The discourse on the Japanese self vis-à-vis Westerners as ‘the other’ took the form of rice versus meat,” Ohnuki-Tierney writes in “Rice as Self” (1994). Meanwhile, in the West, similar battle lines were being drawn. “Some peoples, because of their differing conditions, are forced to live […]

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How Eric Adams Mixes Tough Talk With Superfood Smoothies

He shares a meditation mentor with Oprah Winfrey and Lady Gaga, adores books with titles like “Becoming Supernatural” and “You are the Placebo” and has tried to battle the toxic aspects of social media by leading a Twitter campaign to fight “negativity in this space.” He is a vegan cookbook author and self-identified Virgo who […]

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Did Eric Adams, an Avowed Vegan, Eat Fish? (Yes, and It Was No Fluke.)

For much of his recent public life, Mayor Eric Adams has loudly proclaimed that he loves salads, beets, lentils and green smoothies and that transforming his diet has changed his life. But on Monday, Mr. Adams, New York City’s first purported vegan mayor, was confronted with several accounts of his dining on fish in public […]

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A Guide To Eating Veggie Burgers in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES — For every hamburger in this city, there exists an equal but opposite veggie burger. The glistening smashburger, slippery with fried onions. The ample bistro burger pooling with juice. The diner burger peeping from its paper wrapper. Many of these are now built with industrial meat simulacra made from pea and soy proteins, […]

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