The Invisible Vegan

January 10, 2020 - Comment
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Anonymous says:

“Vegan is to flavorful and tasty… So it can’t be white people’s food.” I am, by birth, with no fault of my own, a white person. I have recently started a plant based diet and love watching any documentary promoting it. The Invisible Vegan was at the top of my list. I have only watched 5 minutes of it, so I cannot rate i unfavorable. I am sure it deserve five stars. In the first 5 minutes I was introduced to a group of young women making plant based foods, mocking it as white people foods, and also saying it couldn’t be white people food because it was so tasty…

Anonymous says:

playing the race card Leans too much on the “black lives matter”, and plays the race card. Very racial video. I stopped watching after 5 min into it.

Anonymous says:

Vegan was not “invented” by white, brown or black people. I loved this documentary. The one thing that worries me that I think was left out is that no matter how busy a person is or whether they have one kid or 5 kids to support, people can always eat vegan. It’s not difficult. You take a large frying pan, you add a bit of oil, then you toss in veggies like broccoli, cauliflower, celery, zucchini, an onions, maybe a chopped up clove of garlic and you stir fry with a bit of salt to bring out the flavor. And then serve over some nice crusty sourdough…

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