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the Christmas cards, seasonal cartoons, songs and comments that circulate at this time of year show that people
are increasingly aware of the fact that
culinary Christmas traditions actually mean a peak in meat consumption:
families and chefs prepare an enormous amount of food, a lot of which
comprises meat from a large variety of sacrificed animals.
The European Vegetarian Union is very aware of this problem and therefore
wants to promote a "light" Christmas. After all, vegetarian
feasts not only save animals but are at the same time beneficial for
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organisation like the EVU, with activities in more than thirty countries, is not able to organise dinners, events or
demonstrations in all of its member countries.
However, we can propose a scheme consisting of a series of ideas,
which are given below. We hope that as many of our members, organisations
and interested individuals as possible adopt one or more of these suggestions
and/or develop their own, which are perhaps more suitable for their
locality. All the different projects will then be compiled on our
Please participate in our scheme "Christmas Compassion, let live
– feast veggie". Create interest for it in your community.
Help us to turn this campaign into a regular end-of-the-year event.
Let us all work towards a compassionate Christmas – for human
and non-human animals alike.
Thank you for your support.
Your EVU "Christmas Compassion" Team
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