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Vegan Author Opens Store

Residents of Victoria, British Columbia, can now shop cruelty-free at Sarah Kramer’s vegan shop.

Best-selling cookbook author Sarah Kramer has given residents of British Columbia, Canada, a new way to shop—cruelty-free. She hosted the grand opening of “Sarah’s Place” earlier this month and it seems to have something for everyone: vintage shoes, beauty products, chocolate truffles, and cookbooks, all of which are free of animal products. Fans of Kramer’s cookbooks (The Garden of Vegan, How It All Vegan!, La Dolce Vegan!, and Vegan a Go-Go) can also find autographed copies at the new store. She told the Times Colonist that she opened the store to show that “veganism is fun and anybody can do it.”

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