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Step 1) To add an ‘Add to Cart’ button for a product simply add the shortcode

to a post or page next to the product. Replace PRODUCT-NAME and PRODUCT-PRICE with the actual name and price of your product.

Example add to cart button shortcode usage:

Step 2) To add the shopping cart to a post or page (example: a checkout page) simply add the shortcode to a post or page or use the sidebar widget to add the shopping cart to the sidebar.

Example shopping cart shortcode usage:

Teya Duncan (ANU Vege Table Liaison and Social Media Coordinator 2015-2016)

Hi, I’m Teya and I’m a first year Arts (Sociology)/ Politics Philosophy Economics student at ANU. I’ve been vegan for two years, originally inspired by people I met campaigning for environmental and social justice issues. One of the many factors contributing to my veganism is my passion for environmental sustainability. I attribute this to my mother, an environmental consultant who trains businesses in how to improve environmental aspects of their company.

In the past I have been actively involved in volunteer work, including facilitating youth conferences on environmental and social justice issues, as well as being involved in campaigns to increase the Federal foreign aid budget.

I am Vegan – Song

Added by Rowena

I love the lyrics for this song!  I’ve transcribed them below.

‘I am Vegan’ Lyrics by Neil Kaplan

I am the minority but I will not be silent
I am outnumbered but I won’t give up the fight
I am the minority but my spirit can’t be broken
My purpose can’t be shaken. The goal is in my sight
I am Vegan and will be for life!

Sometimes along the way, we find a cause that matters
A way to make a difference for our short time in this world
What could be more important than keeping ourselves healthy;
Keeping the planet thriving; seeing justice served?

Join us! Join us!
Tomorrow can be better than today!

I am the minority but I will not be silent
I am outnumbered but I won’t give up the fight
I am the minority but my spirit can’t be broken
My purpose can’t be shaken. The goal is in my sight
I am Vegan and will be for life!

And what of the other creatures that share the planet with us?
The killing and brutality! It’s all so unfair!
Open up the cages! Show them some compassion!
It doesn’t have to be this way! Show them that you care!

Join us! Come on. Join us!
A better world is only a dream away!

We are the minority but we will not be silent
We are outnumbered but we’ll never stop the fight
We are the minority but our spirit can’t be broken
Our purpose can’t be shaken. We’re doing what is right.
We are Vegan! We are Vegan and will be for life!
For life!  I’m Vegan for life!  Go Vegan for life!

Vegan Cooking for One by Leah Leneman

Review by Steve Bailey (First published in our newsletter)

This book was a serendipitous find when I came across it. For the single person, this is a very good recipe book. The author has set out two nine week menus covering Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter. There is a standard pantry items section in the Introduction. Finding all the goodies in the supermarket took some time (some Canberra supermarkets are not that vegan friendly) but it only takes one shopping trip to have the staple vegan pantry. The week’s ingredients are included at the start of each week. This means that the week’s dinner shopping can be done in the one go as well. Starting from Sunday lunch, the recipes cover the next seven days. All of the recipes are very easy to prepare. I find that putting everything on the bench before cooking makes it easier to organise the steps as well. I would recommend this book because (so far), all of the recipes have tasted fantastic, such as the chick pea burgers, and the mushroom risotto. Vegan Cooking for One removes the challenge of deciding what to cook each night. Why can’t all cook books be as methodical and well set out as this one?