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New all-vegan cooking show, please send comments of support

January 6, 2013
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BACKGROUND | SOURCE: COMPASSION OVER KILLING

Just in time to help you to stick to your New Year’s resolution to eat healthier, the Cooking Channel is premiering its brand-new, all-vegan cooking show How to Live to 100.

Starting this Sunday, Jan. 6, at 8 p.m., celebrity chef and certified raw food chef instructor Jason Wrobel will introduce countless viewers nationwide to the nutritional—and flavorful—benefits of choosing fresh, plant-based foods.

Be sure to tune in! Chef Wrobel will be dishing up a sublime fusion of food and humor, and he’ll also be turning up the heat on powerful ingredients proven to increase your longevity. You’ll soon become a culinary master, whipping up heart-healthy and animal-friendly for the whole family.

If you don’t get cable or simply can’t wait until Sunday night, the Cooking Channel is sharing many of Wrobel’s recipes online, including chocolate kale chips and nacho cheesy popcorn. You can even subscribe to his popular YouTube channel, The J-Wro Show, for recipe demonstrations and a healthy serving of humor.

Want even more vegan recipes? We’ve got dozens of quick and easy meal ideas on our website VegRecipes.org, or you can request our free Easy Vegan Recipes booklet today!


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SAMPLE COMMENT

Thank you for airing your first all-vegan cooking program How to Live to 100.  As a vegan animal rights activist, I find it important that the media and programming avenues take an active stance in veganism to offer and disseminate information; this is vital to educate and inspire the populace as to the compassionate as well as the superior, healthful benefits of veganism.  Animals are sentient creatures, as are human animals, and are capable of pain, suffering, loss, and love.  It is important to recognize the equity between animals and non-human animals; please continue cutting-edge programming that challenges the current status-quo that thus far negligibly recognizes this precept.  I wish you success for How to Live to 100 and I will share this information with friends, family, and online community members.

NAME


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how to live to 100,
the premise is sound,
thank you for putting
our lifestyle path
on solid ground.
thank you for sharing
and choosing to
educate…
so more people
only put humane
on their plate!

Karen Lyons Kalmenson


16 Comments leave one →
  1. karen lyons kalmenson permalink
    January 6, 2013 5:21 pm

    how to live to 100,
    the premise is sound,
    thank you for putting
    our lifestyle path
    on solid ground.
    thank you for sharing
    and choosing to
    educate…
    so more people
    only put humane
    on their plate!

    Like

  2. Aapolet@aol.com permalink
    January 6, 2013 5:44 pm

    Stacey, this is a great posting. Thanks for telling everyone. Arthur

    Like

  3. January 7, 2013 4:55 am

    Fantastic!

    Like

  4. Seth permalink
    January 7, 2013 12:45 pm

    I’m a vegetarian who’s been looking for a good show. Every now and then you’ll get a show that does vegan or vegetarian recipes, but nothing dedicated until now. I’m pretty pumped!

    Like

  5. Jason @ Cook Train Eat Race permalink
    January 8, 2013 10:11 am

    I am writing a blog post today for my blog about the ‘celebrity’ chefs we see today and the Top 5 that are not good for our health and the Top 5 that are worth watching and now I have another one to add to the list. I will have to check out his YouTube channel.

    I am thrilled that Cooking Channel is finally putting a show on TV that is geared toward our lifestyle as it is not just for us but for everybody. The Meatless Monday is a great start but so many are intimidated. I hope this show changes that perception.

    Thank you for sharing.

    Like

    • January 8, 2013 11:13 am

      As do I. Thanks for your comments, Jason.

      Like

      • January 22, 2013 1:58 pm

        I watched Jason’s show this past weekend with my wife and loved it. It was informative and humorous (like his YouTube channel) and I think that will go a long way in helping people understand the vegan/vegetarian lifestyle and how to incorporate it. I am really excited about the show.

        Like

  6. January 8, 2013 12:27 pm

    Just venturing into the vegetarian/vegan lifestyle and this show would be awesome!

    Like

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