I am on a mission to keep animals out of my food, medicine, clothing, non-food products, science, engineering, art, architecture, entertainment…


I do not have to debate the mission.


I already know where I stand.


Using thought, word and deed I transmit my mission to all beings.


~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight, the animal-free chef


Susan Susans: You have beautiful ethos towards animals, but what does the PayPal money go towards?

The Animal-Free Chef:  I pay for all the expenses to develop animal-free recipes and to test animal-free products for investment worthiness.

I maintain 9 websites at my expense. I charge no fees, so I make no income even though I work the equivalent of 2 full-time jobs.

A little help now and then would be nice.

I’m 72 years old and have been doing this almost my entire adult life. Spreading the word costs money, even if it’s showing up at local places to eat animal-free and do reviews.

The animal-free dishes served to me locally have received more than 2.5 million views on google guides.

I pressure no one to help. But the button is there if they so choose. In three years that only happened once for ten dollars. And I am grateful.

Even those who give their services for free need money to survive, to pay the rent, medical care, transportation fees, clothes, food…

Some people are suspicious of “free” thinking it’s not worthy.

Visit any one of my sites, starting with and from there the others.

Maybe they’re right. Maybe they’re wrong. Maybe the world doesn’t want an Animal-Free Cuisine. When the animals are no longer considered slaughter-worthy and/or the world moves on to new exploits, the world will turn exclusively to plants.

When it does, I will have already spent decades developing a world class MAINSTREAM ANIMAL-FREE CUISINE that was already been shared around the world!

Although my focus has been on animal rights, throughout my career I knew the shortest way to my goals were to keep the human animal relevant at all stages, so I intertwined all animals including the human animal into one lifelong project to change the world.

That was quite a job and the highest mountain any human ever climbed alone and succeeded!

So why do it for free?

To keep my work corruption-free. When someone pays a salary, they dictate the terms, meaning what and how I write and the type of recipes I develop and the suggestions I give in all areas of surviving and thriving. I chose not to put my name on other people’s words who work behind the scenes as contributors.

I take credit and responsibility for all of my art – from writing to cooking to painting to activism. That’s who I am and how I prefer to fly.

If and when donations come in they will improve the quality of my life, not my work.














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