Vegan Easter

Easter is a Christian holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It’s commonly celebrated by dyeing eggs, eating a big brunch, and adding bunnies into the mix however possible.

This means that there is a lot of needless suffering associated with the way that people celebrate Easter. There’s the Easter ham. The use of battery-caged eggs.  And there are of course the countless adorable little real-life Easter bunnies who end up neglected and in need of rescue as soon as the holiday passes. If rabbits are to be associated with Easter at all, it’s probably best to think in terms of rescuing an unwanted adult rabbit, and providing him or her with a lifetime home.

Since a massive brunch is the quintessential way to ring in Easter, there’s no better starting-point than the recipes provided by Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s Vegan Brunch. And if you want to cook a special vegan Easter dinner, get ahold of a copy of Vegan Holiday Cooking from Candle Cafe.

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