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  • The Uproar Vegan Store

                                                       

  • We’re thrilled to an­nounce that the new Up­roar On­line Store is all sys­tems go! Now you can get low cost high qual­i­ty ve­g­an goodies with all pro­ceeds go­ing di­rect­ly to­wards help­ing an­i­mals!

    We’re start­ing out with some fan­tas­tic prod­ucts in­clud­ing the Veg 1 mul­ti­vi­ta­min for­mu­lat­ed es­pe­cial­ly for ve­g­ans (at $15.95 for a three month sup­p­ly it’s al­most a steal), a long last­ing alu­minum free ve­g­an de­o­do­r­ant (‘Dusk‘ by Her­ban Cow­boy) that ac­tu­al­ly works, and a pea pro­tein pow­der which is ide­al for use in sports, weight con­trol or as a source of valu­able ami­no acids.

    We’ll be ad­d­ing more prod­ucts over the com­ing weeks and hope to even­tu­al­ly be­come a one-stop-shop-till-you-drop cru­el­ty free on­line store. Keep check­ing back as we’ll be ad­d­ing more and more prod­ucts very soon – cho-                                                    

  • -­co­lates, mock meats and ve­g­an cheese, egg re­plac­ers, nu­tri­tio­n­al yeast, whipped cream in a can, tee shirts, stick­ers and much much more. Let us know your favou­rites and we’ll do our best to get them in.

    We ship di­rect­ly to your door wher­ev­er you are in the world, and Vic­to­rians have the op­tion of pick­ing up their goods from our St Kil­da store­room. The best part is that all pro­ceeds go di­rect­ly to­wards our cam­paigns to help an­i­mals. So by shop­ping with us you’re not on­ly gett­ing great ve­g­an goods for su­per cheap prices, you’re help­ing save an­i­mals from abuse.

    The Up­roar Store – Cru­el­ty Free, Eth­i­cal, Ve­g­an Shop­ping


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  • Uproar Rescue Team

                                                       

  • The Up­roar Res­cue Team car­ries out res­cues and in­vesti­ga­tions on fac­to­ry farms, at slaugh­ter­hous­es and in hunt­ing ar­eas, sav­ing the lives of sick and in­jured an­i­mals who are in ur­gent need of ve­t­eri­nary care, and re­hom­ing an­i­mals who are other­wise doomed to spend their lives cramped in cages with bare­ly enough room to turn around.

    Our res­cue team al­so doc­u­ments con­di­tions in­side fac­to­ry farms to ed­u­cate the gen­er­al public about the hid­den cru­el­ty be­hind the an­i­mal farm­ing in­dus­try. We will be pub­lish­ing sev­er­al spe­cial re­ports about con­di­tions in­side fac­to­ry farms this year. Please sign up to our news list to get the lat­est in­for­ma­tion.


  • Rescued lamb at the vets

    Saved from the slaugh­ter­house by the Up­roar Res­cue team, lit­tle Brook­lyn gets some ur­gent­ly need­ed ve­t­eri­nary care

  • Puppy Mill

    This pho­to tak­en by the Up­roar res­cue team pho­to­g­ra­pher shows the hor­ri­ble con­di­tions in­side a Vic­to­rian pup­py breed­ing farm

  • Puppy Farm Rescue

    Pup­py farm res­cue

  • Battery Hen Factory Farm

    Severe­ly de­feathered hen in­side bat­tery hen farm

  • Rabbit Rescue

    This bun­ny was saved from a rab­bit meat fac­to­ry farm and tak­en to a lov­ing home

  • Broiler Breeder rescue

    A res­cue team mem­ber in­side a chick­en meat breed­er dur­ing a res­cue and in­vesti­ga­tion

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  • Vegan Easy Magazine

                                                       

  • We are proud to pre­sent Ve­g­an Easy mag­azine!

    Ve­g­an Easy mag­azine (former­ly Liv­ing Ve­g­an mag­azine) aims to pro­vide en­ter­tain­ing, in­for­ma­tive and in­no­va­tive ar­ti­cles that ap­peal to both ve­g­ans and to those “just brows­ing”, and in the pro­cess ad­vance ve­g­an­ism as the com­pas­sio­nate, ra­tio­n­al and healthy lifestyle that it is.

    You can view some sam­ple pages on our liv­ingve­g­an.com.au web­site

    Ve­g­an Easy is a not for pro­f­it publi­ca­tion and the mon­ey from di­rect sub­scrip­tions will go to Up­roar Inc., the pub­lish­ers of Liv­ing Ve­g­an, to sup­port ve­g­an ed­u­ca­tion cam­paigns.

    Purchase a copy or sub­scrip­tion of                                                    

  • Ve­g­an Easy

    Vis­it the Ve­g­an Easy Mag­azine Web­site »

    You can al­so purchase the cur­rent is­sue of the mag­azine from our
    Up­roar Ve­g­an Store »


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  • New Cheeze On The Block

    Martin Sørensen, chef for Mel­bourne’s Monk Bod­hi and Ad­mi­ral Cheng Ho, has re­leased a new range of non-dairy cheezes de­signed to em­u­late the flavours and tex­tures of dairy prod­ucts, with­out the an­i­mal cru­el­ty.

    Da­mo­na Di­vine Cow is the name of Martin’s new busi­ness and flavours in­clude boc­conci­ni, pep­per­jack and brie.

    More in­for­ma­tion can be found on his Face­book page.


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  • Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale

    What’s not to love about a bake sale? You’re ac­tu­al­ly en­cour­aged to eat co­pi­ous amounts of carb-load­ed good­ness to raise mon­ey for a good cause.

    This is the mind­set be­hind the World­wide Ve­g­an Bake Sale or­ganised Up­roar and An­i­mal Lib­er­a­tion Vic­to­ria, which will take place lat­er this month as part of the World­wide Ve­g­an Bake Sale (April 25–May 3).

    Fol­low­ing the suc­cess of last year’s event, we will again co-host the bake sale, which will fea­ture delectable ve­g­an dish­es, from wal­nut tartlets to co­conut cheese­cakes and piz­za scrolls.

                                                       

  • This year there will al­so be a bake-off com­pe­ti­tion with great prizes on of­fer, as well as stalls, cook­ing de­mon­s­tra­tions and a bar­beque.

    The bake sale will al­so fea­ture spe­cial guest David McArthur Nightin­gale Se­nior, who is a fire­fight­er and emerg­ing ve­g­an food blog­ger.

    The World­wide Ve­g­an Bake Sale is open to ev­ery­one and is a great op­por­tu­ni­ty for those in­ter­est­ed in the ve­g­an lifestyle to get in­volved. Pro­ceeds from the event will go to­wards sav­ing the lives of an­i­mals.

    For more in­for­ma­tion about the bake sale vis­it the Face­book page and if you plan to en­ter a ve­g­an dish for judg­ing you can reg­is­ter on the day be­tween 12pm and 1pm.

                                                       

  • an­i­mal-lib­er­a­tion.org.au

    Ar­ti­cle by Char­lotte Brun­dett, Broad­sheet


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  • Help Stop The Ag-Gag Bill

    The Aus­tralian Se­nate is cur­rent­ly con­sid­er­ing a bill that will pro­tect an­i­mal abusers and shut down an­i­mal cru­el­ty in­vesti­ga­tions.

    In short, an­i­mals and their suf­fer­ing will once again be hid­den from the public, and con­sumers will no longer be privy to the re­al­i­ty of Aus­tralian an­i­mal farm­ing.

    With­out th­ese un­der­cov­er in­vesti­ga­tions the gen­er­al public would be un­aware of just how the an­i­mals ex­ploit­ed by th­ese en­ter­pris­es ac­tu­al­ly live. Thanks to an­i­mal ac­tivists who risk their safe­ty and free­dom to gather this in­for­ma­tion the public is able to make in­formed choic­es re­gard­ing what they are willing to sup­port.

                                                       

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