World Vegan Day and World Vegan Month – World Vegan Day is celebrated annually on November 1. This day marks the beginning of the month of veganism, the whole month of November.
World Vegan Day and World Vegan Month
The date was chosen to commemorate the founding of The Vegan Society in November 1944. What better opportunity to discover or introduce people to veganism?
Here are some ideas to celebrate this important day and month:
– go to a vegan or vegetarian restaurant near you;
– organize a vegan dish party with your friends, where everyone brings a vegan dish to share;
– offer a video evening, with the projection of a film about animal rights;
– arrange for dinner with friends, by cooking vegan recipes, easily found on the Internet, especially on our site;
– offer or treat yourself to a book, there is something for everyone: essays, collections of vegan recipes, practical guides;
– organize an information stand on veganism, a simple and ethical choice, for the planet, for ourselves and especially for other animals!
Let’s make each day a vegan day!
World Vegan Month
The savviest is that November 1st is World Vegan Day. And given the enthusiasm of some people for the phenomenon for a few years, veganism is now celebrated throughout the month of November, and this around the world. A month of awareness during which, the followers recall the definition and the different forms of this practice but also share their experiences and their opinion on food and lifestyle in general.
Because being “vegan” is not just a matter of food! Here is what the definition of the word “vegan” tells us: to be vegan means to refuse to consume any product resulting from the exploitation (most often cruel) of animals, whether it is food (meat, fish, products dairy, eggs, honey) as well as also leisure (circus, zoo, bullfight), clothing (fur, leather, silk), and cosmetics tested on animals or containing products of animal origin.
Vegan Celebrities List
Around the world, November is now considered THE month dedicated to veganism. For the occasion, here is our shortlist of a few celebrities who intend to become completely vegan so and who have therefore given up on meat.
- Natalie Portman
- Joaquin Phoenix
- Pamela Anderson
- Forest Whitaker
- Jessica Chastain
- Alicia Silverstone
- Erykah Badu
- Woody Harrelson
- Paul McCartney
- Peter Dinklage
- Tony Kanal
- James Cameron
- Miley Cyrus
- Cory Booker
- Lewis Hamilton
Since it is not so easy to practice veganism 100%, many followers limit themselves to food while trying to pay attention to their habits … Others are content to not eat meat, which after all is a great start!
And among our friends the stars, veganism is more and more practiced especially for the “healthy” side that it imposes.
Ariana Grande stopped eating meat from childhood because of her extreme love for animals.
Madonna also manages to stay on top and stay young by following an intensive sports program and a strict vegan diet.
As for Miley Cyrus, she claims to follow a “cruelty-free” lifestyle (without cruelty to animals).
The Brazilian bombshell Gisele Bundchen is an ambassador for the respect of the environment and strongly believes that being vegan is the most effective thing to do to fight against global warming.