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The vast majority of cows are confined to unsanitary feed lots, deprived of room to roam and the ability to graze, and fed an unnatural mixture of corn and antibiotics.
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Your Nutrition Questions Answered
Where do vegans and vegetarians get their protein? What about iron? Calcium? Vitamins D and B12? Jewish Veg addresses all of these important issues on our nutrition page.
Vegan Lox? Yes, you can make them. Check out our recipes!
Carrot lox and cream cheeseis one of the many tasty and healthy recipes on our site. Find out how you can cook all the same things with some cruelty-free modifications. Photo and recipe courtesy of Lindsay Nixon and her Website.