Every time you reach for a vegan chicken nugget instead of the kind made from animal flesh (and who knows what else), you’re refusing to support the cruel slaughter of billions of chickens who suffer horribly throughout their short lives. Considering that chickens are arguably the most abused animals on the planet, they should be one of the first we remove from our plates.
Eating compassionately is a choice you can make every time that you eat. So have no fear—vegan nugget brands are here!
Ancient grain flour and soy protein go into the creation of these tender nuggets. Find them.
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These cruelty-free nuggets pack 15 grams of protein per serving. Find them.
BOCA NUGGETS: being vegan doesn't mean I won't act like a complete 5yo. warm plant protein nuggets + binge watching Jessica Jones makes for a pretty great night. (ps: i've heard that some vegans are against imitation 'meats'. literally why lol? it's 100% pLaNt BaSeD!?) #univegan #notfancy #collegevegan #vegan #veganesessen #plantbased #plantpowered #mindfulness #whatveganseat #vegansofig #vegansofinstagram #uni #university #universität #college #vegandinner #veganabendessen #childvegan #veganchild #boca #bocanuggets #jessicajones #almondmilk #nuggets #chickn
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Have you ever tried dipping nuggets in sweet and sour sauce? We highly recommend it. Find them.
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Fry’s nuggets have just over five ingredients, which means they are pretty much pure vegan gold. Find them.
This store is based in New York City’s Chinatown, but you can order its delectable vegan products online.
Another fun option is to make your own cruelty-free nuggets. Try our recipe that uses chickpeas, vegetable protein, and vital wheat gluten.
Chickens are social birds who live together in flocks, often sharing food and nests. They’re curious, interesting, and intelligent. An article in Scientific American describes their “communication skills” as being “on par with those of some primates.” They also use “sophisticated signals to convey [their] intentions. When making decisions, [they take] into account … prior experience and knowledge surrounding the situation. [They] can solve complex problems and [empathize] with individuals [who] are in danger.”
So who are you calling “birdbrain”?
Want to champion chicks beyond your plate? Rock one of these adorable items from the PETA Catalog featuring peta2’s Nugget mascot.
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