I used to be vegan. Like really into it–the vegan subculture was fun for awhile, but I’ve never really been a fan of orthodoxy or purity or hardline rules. I gained a lot from being vegan, and I wouldn’t erase my years of not consuming animals, I’ve just migrated into a different place. For me a post-vegan site of contemplation about ethical interactions and consumptions outside the realm of veganism.

I still eat vegan most of the time. And I’ll freegan it up anytime. But I will chow down on some flesh if I feel like it, and I really like making cheeses and yogurt and butter, and plant-milks just don’t work like that.

So this blog will have posts about food, ethics, culture, politics, plants, animals, and so on and so forth.

You can read an interview with me over at Let Them Eat Meat.

You can send hate mail, love letters, questions, polemics, and whatever you want to thenonpracticingvegan[AT]gmail[DOT][COM].


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  1. Rod Morrison says:

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