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Katie Cooper

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I am a caregiver for the elderly, love doing art and hanging out with my dogs. I love animals and would like to be more involved with animal rights issues.
Veg Status:
Vegetarian
Location:
Ashland, Or.
E-mail:
Private
Joined:
22 Nov 2008
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Relationship:
Engaged
Religion/Path:
Unitarian
Zodiac:
Leo
Fav Place:
anywhere my dog is.
Fav Books:
geek love, the jungle, the power of now.............
Fav Music:
concrete blonde, talking heads, ween...........
I Admire:
my folks
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Last Login:
28 May 2009
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Comments (3)

mscookiecrumbl

Posted on 28 May 2009

You would probably remember my name. We met at Franklin High and had lots of fun together!

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mscookiecrumbl

Posted on 27 May 2009

Is this the Katie Cooper I know?

Michelle Foley

SynthVegan

Posted on 12 Mar 2009

Sorry for the late response as I've been terribly busy. A book I like in particular is called "Making Kind Choices" by Ingrid Newkirk. It not only goes into Vegan choices ingredient-wise, but also product and charity-wise. In my opinion, you're next best resource is the Internet and friends. Always read your labels on food and if something has an ingredient you haven't heard of, google it. Also some obvious ones you'll notice are: casein, whey, carmine, lactose, etc. Making the transition initially is difficult, but after a few weeks you'll wonder why you ate the animal derived stuff in the first place...I can't even think about cheese anymore, yuck. It appears you're in Portland, OR, which I hear is a Vegan paradise. Maybe see if there are any Vegan meet up groups in your area as well. Take care, and good luck!

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