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Try Vegan in 2015 with peta2's Mobile Menu!

If you could do something that would help save animals from suffering on factory farms and in slaughterhouses, would you?

You could save animals like this mom, who wouldn’t have to watch her calf suffer if no one wanted her milk.

cow calf dairy farm

Or you could save this pig, who wouldn’t have to face the slaughter line, terrified and hopeless, if people didn’t eat bacon.

pig slaughterhouse

If you had to look them in the eye in their last moments alive, would you pledge to stop this from happening?

The good news for animals is that you can do that right now, right here—by pledging to go vegan for the new year! And it’s never been easier: For your first two weeks trying vegan, we’ll help you out with our brand-new mobile menu. Each day, we’ll text you a vegan meal plan for the following day, including delish ideas for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

mobile menu example

Once you text in, you will start getting the mobile menu messages*, so keep an eye out!

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Not in the United States or Canada? Check out peta2’s two-week meal plan!

Be sure to snap a screenshot of your confirmation text for 750 Street Team points!

Not part of the Street Team yet? WAIT NO MORE: Join (it’s FREE!) and get points toward free T-shirts, books, and more.

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*For help at any time, U.S. subscribers can text the word HELP to 73822 and Canadian subscribers can text the word HELP to 99099. To unsubscribe at any time, U.S. subscribers can text the word STOP to 73822 and Canadian subscribers can text the word STOP to 99099. peta2 will send up to 10 messages per month. *Message and data rates may apply. Full terms are at http://peta2.me/txt.

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  • Profile photo of souleatersebby

    518 days ago

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    This doesn’t work for me at all. I’ve messaged both the US and Canada numbers, and I never get a confirmation code. I’m from the US and I have an iPhone, if that helps at all.

  • Profile photo of annmarie97

    538 days ago

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    whenever i text that number i get a msg back saying “message failed. shortcut may have expired” ?

    • Profile photo of Whitney-C

      537 days ago

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      Hey Ann Marie, can you e-mail me your phone number along with your carrier (Verizon, AT&T, etc) at WhitneyC@peta2.com, and I can look into this for you?

  • Profile photo of CickyGothica

    575 days ago

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    I just became a vegetarian. I do not eat eggs or drink milk. But I do love to eat icecream and eat chocklade off and on. So I am more vegan that most humans. To go full vegan is a bit harder for me.

    • Profile photo of annie-l

      574 days ago

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      Try vegan icecream and vegan chocolate: http://www.peta2.com/lifestyle/breakup-dairy-go-vegan/ :) <3 Annie from peta2.

    • Profile photo of ImagineLK

      569 days ago

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      Going from vegetarian to vegan was sooo hard for me. Once you get past three months though, it seems like no problem at all, though after three years, there are still some days every now and then where I cave in and eat a piece of chocolate or something. I made it a point to eat at least one vegan meal a day, then be vegan for a full day, then a full week, and I just kept going like that. It’s easiest when you have a health food store in your area so you can replace all of your favorite foods with vegan friendly ones. And if you don’t like something made by a certain brand, don’t give up (like I did), keep trying different brands until you find a good one. It can be pretty hard, but it is soo worth it.