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Data website Datafiniti compiled a report of vegan restaurants across the U.S. to glean which cities are the most (and least) veg-friendly. The company relied on a database of 18,000 restaurants to determine which offer vegan-friendly menu items and compiled city-specific data to map their findings. When it comes to large metropolitan cities, New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco are the top three cities on the list, followed by Seattle, Houston, and Portland, OR. Austin settles at number 13 right behind Philadelphia at number 12. The bottom three (or least vegan-friendly cities) are Indianapolis, IN, Jacksonville, FL, and Allentown, PA. When population is taken into account, the data skews to reveal that the top three cities are Portland, OR, San Francisco, and Seattle. In this iteration of the data, Boston, Charlotte, NC, and Philadelphia find themselves at the bottom of the list.

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Book of the Month - Alexandra Jamieson: Living Vegan For Dummies Living Vegan For Dummies by Alexandra Jamieson

Are you thinking about becoming a vegan? Already a practicing vegan? More than 3 million Americans currently live a vegan lifestyle, and that number is growing. Living Vegan For Dummies is your one-stop resource for understanding vegan practices, sharing them with your friends and loved ones, and maintaining a vegan way of life.


Animals deserve rights, regardless of how they taste or how convenient it is to experiment on them. Like humans, animals are capable of suffering and have an interest in leading their own lives. They are not ours to use for food, clothing, experimentation, or entertainment.

As an activist, you can educate people in your community and positively affect their attitudes and lifestyles. You just need the desire to generate positive change and to believe that your voice and actions matter...




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