Erica Fisher is one of the most visible and outspoken vegans on the internet, and the founder of Vegan Outreach.

Her website,, has over 500,000 unique visitors per month.

And in addition to her work as a vegan advocate, Fisher has become a kind of celebrity for the movement.

Fisher, who has spoken out against corporate animal abuse and the destruction of ecosystems, is also a longtime advocate for animal rights.

She and her husband, Eric, live in rural Oregon, which has a reputation as a hotbed of animal advocacy and advocacy for vegans.

We caught up with Fisher and asked her why she started veganism and why she loves activism.

What motivated you to become vegan?

My parents had a really tough time with it and didn’t really understand what veganism was.

I remember the first time I went to a vegan restaurant was when I was a teenager.

I’d never had any vegan food, and my mom had told me to eat only vegan food when I went out and got my nails done, and she was really excited about it.

I really had no idea what vegan was.

It wasn’t until I was in college that I learned about veganism.

So I really started researching and researching it.

When I realized I wanted to do something different, it was just natural.

What were some of the biggest challenges you had getting vegan?

One of the challenges was not knowing what vegan food was.

My mom would ask me, “Do you want to try something different?”

I’d always say no because I didn’t know what vegan is.

But then I got a vegan cookbook and I started looking for recipes.

It’s like, “Oh, that’s great!”

Then one day, my friend who works at Whole Foods sent me a book that had the recipes, and I was like, Oh, that sounds awesome!

I was so happy, and that’s when I started eating vegan.

There was one recipe that had tofu, and it was vegan.

I was blown away by it.

So then I was just so excited about the food that I was eating.

When did you realize that there were vegan restaurants in your area?

I got the idea from a blog called The Vegan Diet.

That was a vegan cooking blog where they would show recipes that were made by vegan chefs.

I started going to vegan restaurants and seeing what they were doing.

What was the first vegan restaurant you went to?

It was actually an ice cream shop called The Cafe on Broadway, where I met my husband.

I think they had a vegan menu, and they made vegan ice cream.

I went there a few times, and then I went home and I made vegan pizza.

What’s your favorite restaurant?

I love the food at The Cafe, and if I’m lucky, I’ll have vegan dessert there, too.

That’s my favorite place to eat vegan.

What did you love about vegan food?

One thing that I really love about it is the consistency.

I can eat whatever I want.

I don’t have to be eating a certain way.

You can go to a restaurant and have a meal with any of the different vegan options.

And the people that work there will make it easy for you to get vegan.

The other thing that was really fun was getting vegan food for myself, because I could go out to restaurants and I’d just be like, [eating] it!

I would go out and eat it, and people would go, “That’s so good!”

I’d be like “Yes!

That’s so great!”

That’s just the kind of happiness that I’m trying to achieve.

Why is veganism so important?

It’s so important because we’ve seen so many instances of corporate cruelty towards animals, and this is what happens when corporations are allowed to get away with it.

There’s a lot of hypocrisy that goes on, and a lot that goes unreported.

So it’s really important to have the public aware of the issue, and to have these issues be spoken about in a positive way.

Do you think that veganism is the best way to fight against animal abuse?

There’s so many ways to fight for animal welfare, but veganism comes in and just helps.

I’m so excited to see that people are doing it, to see people eating vegan, to have more people talking about the issue.

It makes me so proud to be vegan.

And I want to be a vegan.

Can you explain the importance of veganism?

The animal industry is a huge part of the economy, so we need to take care of the animals.

There are so many different types of cruelty, and all the food we eat is not only animal, but it’s also toxic.

So we need a lot more awareness.

But also we need our businesses to be sustainable.

What can we do to support other businesses to start doing it?

We can support them to do it because they

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