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A vegan perspective on Thanksgiving
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There are worse things in life than not being willing to eat a traditional Thanksgiving meal. According to local resident and vegan Carolyn Hunter Yane, the worst thing is knowing a living creature suffered or died to unnecessarily provide it.
There are worse things in life than not being willing to eat a traditional Thanksgiving meal.According to local resident and vegan Carolyn Hunter Yane, the worst thing is knowing a living creature suffered or died to unnecessarily provide it.Vegans are people who choose, by either free will or necessity, not to consume any animals or their byproducts, such as eggs and milk, for environmental, health and/or ethical reasons. Yane became a vegan by choice 17 years ago in 1999.“I do not have the right to take the life of another living creature,” said Yane. “All animals have been given the same right to life as I have been given and they want to pursue that life free from harm just as we do.

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