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Linda Soper-Kolton

Soup’s On! Compassionate Cuisine Food Blog is Live!

July 22, 2014 | Categories: General

By Linda Soper-Kolton, Director of Compassionate Cuisine

In every class I teach, at every event we host where food is served and anytime we’ve got something in the oven or on the stove, people ask for the recipe and then remark, why hasn’t CAS published a cookbook? What drives our work in this program is the desire…and need to make eating vegan more accessible, more fun and frankly, more common. Creating a culinary program at a farm animal sanctuary was a visionary idea, hatched by our fearless leader, Kathy, in an effort to simply create more vegans. Our public vegan cooking classes are popular, intimate, and taught […]

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Erin Murphy

Meet Misty & Scooter!

July 11, 2014 | Categories: Adopt,Animal Rescue,General

By Erin Murphy, Animal Care Staff

Misty the pony and Scooter the mini-donkey first came to CAS 10 years ago from a neglectful home. They quickly bonded and were adopted together by a loving, caring family. Recently, their adopter became ill and  could no longer care for them, though she wanted them to have a wonderful forever home. So Misty(13) and Scooter (12) are living large at the sanctuary, despite their small stature. They spend their days grazing happily beside the sheep and goats with lots of visitors to dote on them. Scooter is very friendly and loves a good butt scratch and Misty is a […]

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Erin Murphy

July is Sponsor a Duck Month!

July 7, 2014 | Categories: Animal Rescue,General

By Erin Murphy, Animal Care Staff

Did You Know? Ducks are highly intelligent and emotional creatures. Many like to play, give snuggles, and be quite sociable with people. They form deep bonds with each other and have distinct personalities. Happy ducks need and enjoy access to clean, fresh water for drinking, swimming, and playing of course! They adore frolicking in the mud and foraging for worms and slugs too. At CAS, our ducks have a quacktastic time living as ducks are meant to live. Lucky ducks! But not all ducks are so lucky. Ducks in factory farms and the foie gras industry which are harmed for […]

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Linda Soper-Kolton

What’s Happening in the CAS Kitchen in July?

July 2, 2014 | Categories: Compassionate Cuisine

By Linda Soper-Kolton, Director of Compassionate Cuisine

On July 26, Jenne’ Claiborne, a real Georgia Peach, is back again as a guest instructor for a Compassionate Cuisine cooking class featuring flavors from the south; Watermelon Gazpacho, BBQ Tempeh Wraps and Raw Peach Cobbler are on the menu so bring your appetite and some wet naps! Seats are already filling up so register today. Put a fresh spin on some Chinese takeout favorites in our ethnic series class “Better Than Takeout, Easy Chinese Favorites”, offered on July 31. Learn how to create flavorful and fresh dishes and you’ll leave ready to master your own meal at home instead of […]

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