Let me make one thing clear right from the start...I am a meat eater. In my mind, cows, chickens, pigs, or even the occasional deer, rabbit, or squirrel were put on this earth for we humans to consume. Obviously, not everyone feels the way I do. Some may even consider meat to be murder. If that's the case, then I find murder to be delicious. But I'm not here to judge or be judged. No, my purpose here is to inform.

If you're already a practicing vegan who has a difficult time finding and using vegan ingredients or recipe's, or you're interested in learning more about the vegan lifestyle, a demonstration on Vegan Baking will be held this evening at 6:30 at Red Bank Library on Evansville's west side. Interested participants are encouraged to register early through Evansville-Vanderburgh Public Library website or calling 812-428-8205.

Just to be clear, there is a difference between being a vegan and being a vegetarian. Vegans don't eat or use anything produced by animals. This includes dairy products like milk, cheese, eggs, butter, and yogurt. Vegetarians on the other hand will consume dairy products, but avoid any type of animal meat like the one's I mentioned earlier as well as fish.

Whichever route you take, more power to you, I hope you enjoy it. Either way, you're decision leaves more meat for me.