Friday, May 03, 2013

Is Vegan Pizza The Recipe to Turn UK to Vegan Diet

Vegan Pizza Recipe Will Turn UK to Healthy Vegan Diet

Vegan Pizza; could it cure world's ills?
What do you think?

If Dominos Pizza Chain went Vegan would people just give and say " OK I give in , that's it ! , you win, I've run out of excuses, I'm going Vegan!"

Would they?

Really?

For many people it's true.  Excuses are quite frequently I would if I could but I can't -  it's too boring/difficult/leftfield (delete/insert as appropriate)

Maybe pizza could be the catalyst. maybe it's true that if there were a vegan pizza waiting for you to just pick up the phone during the adverts on TV and then wait for a spotty youth on a moped to run over your daffodils and bang on your door before the free pizza delivery time limit is up.

Ask your omnivourous friends please. Is it really that simple? If it is then I'm on the case next week

Let me know!

2 comments:

matt bear said...

sounds funny, but i think you're really on to something. most people aren't eating animals and animal goo because they hate animals or because they think it's the morally right thing to do... or even that it's healthy. most people are eating animal products because the products are the default items in grocery stores, in restaurants, etc. if a major chain goes vegan, the masses will simply keep on munching. what's in it? who cares. they wanna know it tastes good and it's cheap. vegan advocates might think that's horrible, but it certainly makes advocacy simpler -- there needs to be a much bigger focus on institutional outreach (like getting domino's to use vegan cheese and tofurky pepperoni, making products that are easily veganized vegan -- like mass produced cookies, crackers, cakes, breads, getting dairy-free milks in schools, etc.). approaching the problem from the top down will make cruelty-free foods more available... and could save animal much, much more quickly than working to convert one person at a time to compassionate living.

Tony - FoodsforLife said...

That's what I believe - 1) Value for money 2) Taste 3)Convenience 4) Family health 5)6)7) & 8) fairtrade, animal welfare, environment, packaging