Victoria Moran

About Victoria Moran

Victoria Moran is an American writer and speaker, specializing in books on spirituality and nutrition. Victoria and her adult daughter Adair co-host the weekly "Main Street Vegan" radio broadcast on Unity.FM. She lives in New York City with her husband.

She is a long-time practitioner of Unity and a long-time vegan eating mostly organic foods.

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Quotes By Victoria Moran

Taking B12 is the price of getting to be vegan, the way wearing a helmet is the price of getting to ride a motorcycle and giving up alcohol for nine months is the price of getting to have a baby.

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It simply feels right to me to blend the glittery delights of New York City with a largely raw vegan diet - with the soul-deep conviction that animals are not ours to eat, wear, exploit or experiment on.

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I suppose I am one: an activist - for animals and a vegan lifestyle. I hear that word, however, and look around to see if someone is indeed referring to me.

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I see people having fits because their coffee is too hot or their baked potato is too cold, or some random something is imperfect and somebody can be blamed for it. These people can fly off the handle and nobody says, 'Too much beef will do that to a person.' If it's a vegan: a clear case of alfalfa sprout poisoning.

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I know that as a vegan, I'm in a minority. People love their meat. It's up there with sugar and TV and maybe even coffee on the list of inalienable American rights.

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I could be a vegan in sackcloth and flip-flops, but I find fabulous boots with periwinkle cuffs a far preferable option.

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I am an urban vegan. I love the glossy pages of "Vogue," even though I won't purchase the leather shoes and bags I see there, and being reminded that the fur trade even exists breaks my heart.

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Cruelty to animals is an enormous injustice; so is expecting those on the lowest rung of the economic ladder to do the dangerous, soul-numbing work of slaughtering sentient beings on our behalf.

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Being vegan is not the key to immortality. We're all going to get sick and die. But to know you're living without harming? That's the loveliest feeling.

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Being vegan is a glorious adventure. It touches every aspect of my life - my relationships, how I relate to the world.

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No, I'm not a vegetarian. I do eat that way. I actually eat vegan quite a lot. I feel better when I eat that way, and I think there's been a lot of proof that's come up over the last however many years, that you can't deny, I don't think, that meat or dairy aren't all that good for us.

Hayley Williams