30-day Vegan Challenge Giveaway

30-day Vegan Challenge Giveaway

Hey guys. I hope Autumn is treating you well and that you’re getting excited about all the pumpkin treats and root vegetable dishes of winter. What better way to welcome World Vegan Month than with a Giveaway. That’s right, November is the month to spread vegan awareness and inspire change and it’s only two weeks away!

Here’s what you’ll win. A free subscription to the 30-Day Vegan Challenge from Colleen Patrick-Goudreau. It’s set up to be a 30 day transition to becoming vegan, but you have access to all the resources for eternity! There is so much to learn, even if you’re the most educated veg-head. The combination of video, text, audio and e-mails (optional) give you the perfect package without being overwhelmed. The website gives you access to  sumptuous vegan recipes, some simple and some more advanced. You’ll receive the famous Vegetarian Food for Thought podcasts in which Colleen discusses the blissful, beautiful and sometimes complicated trails of being vegan. There’s great advice on shopping, reading labels, traveling, being a teen vegan or vegan mother, and useful advice on how to respectfully speak to people who disagree with your decisions. [I've listened to that one more than once.]

Here’s a taster.

Watch this video on YouTube.

You’ll have access to all this information indefinitely so you can search for that Mexican chocolate cake recipe or improve you knife skills long after the ’30-days’. Create your own profile and talk with others on the forums. Ask for help or share your wisdom with others. Or you can do nothing but read the stories for inspiration. It’s all there for you to use as you choose.

How do you win? Simply visit VeganUrbanite on facebook, post your personal reason for being vegan {if you are already} or why you’d like to become vegan, be sure to Like the VeganUrbanite facebook page and your in to win. Write as much or little as you like.

My reason to go vegan grew out of concern for the environment but soon developed into a desire to eat only whole natural foods. I now include animal exploitation and cruelty as my main reasons for living a vegan lifestyle. There are so many reasons to stop eating meat and they are all valid. So what are you waiting for? Enter now.

Competition closes in two weeks, October 31st.

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