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Vegan Pizza Day

January 29 marks the world’s first-ever Vegan Pizza Day.

January 29, 2011 is a vegan pizza-lover’s dream. Chicago Soydairy, the makers of Teese vegan cheese, and vegan blogger Quarrygirl have announced January 29 as “Vegan Pizza Day” in order to celebrate and educate others about the myriad of meat- and dairy-free pizza options now available. Throughout the month of January, the event’s website will provide visitors with information on dairy-free cheeses, restaurants with vegan pizza options, and topping ideas such as mock pepperoni and sun-dried tomatoes. Other days that celebrate the meat-free lifestyle include the Great American Meatout (March 30), World Vegetarian Day (October 1), and World Vegan Day (November 1).

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