The Purpose of Our Vegan Recipe Booklet

IAPWA cares about the wellbeing of all animals, irrespective of their species. By adopting a vegan lifestyle, one is no longer contributing to the suffering that these intelligent, sentient beings are forced to experience. In addition, one is decreasing their carbon footprint by not consuming animal products.

We at IAPWA are concerned by the negative effects animal agriculture has on the welfare of the Earth and all its inhabitants. As a result, we decided to create this recipe booklet and collaborate with celebrities and influencers who are using their platforms to promote a more compassionate and sustainable world. These contributors have shared their favourite plant-based recipes* with us, along with a description of why they decided to go vegan. Our goal is that you will give these recipes a try and realise that eating vegan is not only the compassionate and sustainable thing to do, but it is super tasty too!

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Our Vegan Contributors

We’ve partnered with some of the biggest known vegan celebrities, animal advocates, plant-based chefs and influencers! We wouldn’t be able to create our vegan recipe booklet without them. A special thank you to all of our contributors who share our mission of working towards a better future for all animals.

Bryan Adams

One of the world’s most famous and influential rock stars, Byran Adams, went vegan in his late 20’s to dissociate himself with the unbelievable cruelty to animals that came from the food industry.

Richa Moorjani

‘Never Have I Ever’ actress, Richa Moorjani, is a well known vegan and animal activist. Richa is conscious about consumerism and the ongoing effects this has on people, animals and the planet.

BOSH!

BOSH! is The Sunday Times Best Selling Vegan Cook Book by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby. Their mission is to make a positive impact on climate change by demonstrating how easy plant-based eating can be!

Matthew Kenney

American celebrity chef, entrepreneur, author, and educator specialising in plant-based cuisine, Matthew Kenny, began his vegan diet over 20 years ago and today has over 45 restaurants to help create a more sustainable future.

Jeeca Uy

Avid home cook and creator of popular vegan blog 'The Foodie Takes Flight', Jessica Uy transitioned to a plant-based diet in 2015 and has since had her recipes featured in Plant Based News, Best of Vegan and One Green Planet.

Jane Velez-Mitchell

An award-winning journalist, best-selling author and the host of her very own CNN/HLN news show, Jane Velez-Mitchell is well known across the globe as an animal advocate, vegan and environmentalist.

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BLOG: The Animal Sentience Debate

Talks about animal sentience–whether nonhuman animals can feel pain or pleasure–is not a new topic. Yet had it not been for the work laid out by those like Pythagoras, Bentham, and Regan all those years ago, perhaps we would not be living in the vegan-friendly 2022 world that is currently available to us.

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