Soul Attitudes
Published in

Soul Attitudes

Witness to a Vegan Suicide

As broccoli is my witness, this is a true story

Photo by Kristian Ryan Alimon on Unsplash

Vegan. Whole-food, plant-based. No matter what you call it, it evokes emotion in both herbivores and omnivores, and I suppose even carnivores, if there are any exclusive meat-eaters.

Maybe if I say I eat like a gorilla, it won’t sound so extreme, though I draw the line at insects.




A publication by John Rehg that includes his writing on spirituality, humor, life, food, travel, and whatever else strikes him.

Recommended from Medium

Anhui: A Tea Paradise That All Tea Lovers Should Know About

On the road to self-sufficiency

An Open Letter to Peanut Butter Charlatans

Here’s Why One Longtime Vegan Ditched the Plant-Based Lifestyle

The Sophisticated Oolong Family

Important Tips to Have a Healthy Breakfast

Ghosts of Christmas Cookies Past

Rim a cocktail glass (3 ways)

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
John Rehg

John Rehg

Author, publisher, and software developer. I love to write about food, health, spirituality, humor, tech, and travel. I share insights I’ve learned in life.

More from Medium

YAGC — Yet Another Grains Combination

Vegan Persian Omelett (Kuku Shabzi)

The Diet of God: We Are Vegetarians by Nature

Healthy Diet Information Is Insanely Confusing. Here’s How I’m Coping