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A spread from Casa Del Vegano in Dallas.Elizabeth Anderson didn’t enjoy the taste of meat growing up. Although she was raised on Tex-Mex, she eventually turned to a vegetarian diet, in 1995. Years later, as the native of Dallas’s Oak Cliff neighborhood was starting a family, Anderson gave up dairy and eggs, going completely vegan. Her husband, Anthony Bookman, followed suit. Anderson began to consider how she wanted to raise the son she they would eventually have, what to teach him, and how she could make a better life for him. “I feel like the whole planet is connected,” she says. “And I thought I just needed to do everything I could to make [it] a better place for my son and to teach him that and be a living example of…

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