You’ve all shown me so much love since I started Vedged Out,

I thought I’d share a little love back.

I picked up my mail this morning and Netflix sent me a SPECIAL OFFER.

Note! This offer is now expired, but you can now watch Forks Over Knives for free Here.

A free trial card to shareย with as many friends and family as I like. I think that means you can share it with your friends and family too. Go Crazy on Facebook and Pinterest My Friends.

You can instantly watch whatever else you like on there during the MONTH LONG free trial, but if you use this offer,ย make a deal with me and please watch the following:

Forks Over Knives

Fat Sick and Nearly Dead

Food Inc.

Forks Over Knives, The Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue

Here’s a link to click in case you are too lazy to type it:

free trial offer

And, you don’t need any special equipment to use this offer, you can watch the films on your computer, so no excuses, since I know you all have one. Hurry, offer expires 11/15/12

the code is:


In the meantime, check out this preview:

Report back and let me know what you think.

Love and Worship, -Somer



    1. I just discovered that netflix may not work outside the U.S. Blast, I need to update this post. psst. apparently there are ways around the issue if you are google savvy.

      1. I am the queen of google. We can get Netflix here, but I was leery of the request to give my credit card number, then the need to subscribe and remember to cancel the membership after a month. I’ll look and see if I can watch it on project free tv or something similar.

          1. Thanks Somer! I live in Israel, and I’ve been trying to get the guys (Rip, and his Dad. etc) to think about bringing their ideas here as well. The weekends and weeklong retreats would do a lot of people out here some good.

                  1. so I actually did write to them now – not sure if I did before. They say that if you want health-related help – go to a Forks 2 Farms retreat, or attend a class by Julianna H, or Dr. E. Again – all these are only available in the US ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

  1. We already have Netflix, but that is so nice of you to share the code!! And I watched Forks Over Knives several months ago and LOVED it:) I have also watched Food, Inc. But I have not seen Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead yet, though I have been meaning to for a while now…I will have to see if we have it on Netflix!!

    1. Yay! Yes, watch Fat Sick and Nearly Dead! I’m not big into juicing, but that film is CRAZY! So good to see so many readers have all ready seen it, but some want to share the love with others ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Another is “Fresh! The Movie” in your instant queue. If you haven’t seen it yet, I feel it will complete your repertoire – it “goes.” Dirt! The Movie is yet another, my personal favorite, since I’m a girl of the soil. The same message is continued there too (a diet heavy in meat is destructive in so many ways).

    Netflix is worth the subscription, not to mention a free month to try it. (You won’t stop there, either. They know you’ll be hooked.) We ditched $80 satellite service (250 channels not worth watching with ad after ad after ad). We even take our Roku (streaming box) with us when we travel. Been nearly two years. Not going back.

    The documentaries, kid-friendly programming, and nature-and-science shows alone are worth the investment.

    1. Shannon, I’m loving these suggestions! Totally added to the instant queue! It’s hard to navigate all the choices! We watch TV infrequently, but love the selection of documentaries on Netflix, it’s hard to beat! We don’t have cable either, really unnecessary, and like you say, portable! ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Woot Woot!

      p.s. I just fixed a problem with my following through email.I was missing posts from you, Gabby @ the veggie nook, Vegan Sparkles and more. You should see me around more often now. I’ll be drooling all over your creations!

  3. What a great idea, Somer! I have Netflix and we’ve seen all of them except Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead. It’s in our queue, though. Another one I suggest is Earthlings- it goes in depth into how bad the way we exploit animals is for our health, the earth, and our society. Amazing film.

    1. Added to queue. I’m loving these suggestions! I hoped people didn’t think this post was too corny, but honestly, if it gets 1 person watching FOK, it will totally be worth my cheesy attempt at sharing the love ๐Ÿ˜‰

      1. I love the idea- I think it’s great and so true- if it can get one person to watch it and change their way of thinking, who knows who they will get to watch it.

        I have to warn you- Earthlings is HARSH. It’s hard to watch but I can honestly say that it changed me forever. It made me see everything differently.

    2. It happened to me ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for the warning on the earthlings film. I’m pretty wimpy and can’t tolerate watching any of the factory farming films. I’ll give it a go though and close my eyes if I need to during the rough bits.

    1. tsk…I was born awesome…! ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Conversation with my dad on my facebook wall recently:

      Dad: Somer cooks like a beast!

      Somer: Wildebeast or Roast Beast?

      Dad: VEGGIE-BEAST!

      Pure worship

  4. Thanks, Somer! I’m so excited because I have in-laws and friends who don’t have netflix and have wanted to watch Forks Over Knives since I’ve been telling them about it. Way to share the LOVE!!!!

    1. WOOHOO Laurie! Share Share Share!

      p.s. We need to get together, In a few weeks when my PTA duties settle down we should meet in the middle somewhere for lunch!

  5. What a shame, Netflix is not yet available in Australia. I just tried to use it so I could watch Forks over Knives.

    My food changing film was Food Inc. It has taken a long time for me to fully change my diet and I’m not quite there yet. But that film totally changed the way I view the food I eat. I now check for numbers and for corn syrup and try to avoid any feedlot animals.

    I don’t see myself being a vegetarian or vegan but I am certainly eating more vegetarian and vegan foods, and have started looking to them as my first choice for breakfasts, lunches and 2-3 dinners a week. That’s a big step for me because I used to be a ‘if there’s no meat it’s not a meal’ kinda guy. Not only that, but I am getting closer to cutting out processed foods from my diet. There will always be some there but I’m now choosing those with real ingredients rather than numbers or corn syrup.

    1. There are some ways around it if you do a little Google search. But try to watch it another way if you can. As you can tell, the film SERIOUSLY changed my life for good!

      I love FOOD INC. I have nearly all Michael Pollan’s books (he’s featured a lot in that film) So eye opening. Feedlots should be a crime. They are horrid for humans and animals and the planet.

      I totally get that your a meat guy, most are ๐Ÿ˜‰ My husband was too, but he jumped in with me with both feet to give this a try for my health’s sake. He’s been amazed with the changes he’s seen in his own health (and he wasn’t sick) He isn’t as strict as I am and still occasionally indulges in animal products but overall eats about 95% plant based. I think moving that direction can only improve everyone’s health. And yes, corn syrup and additives are gross and have no place in my home! Thanks for all your support!

  6. Hi Somer! I can’t seem to find Forks over Knives on Netflix ๐Ÿ˜ฆ I’m from Canada, maybe that’s why.. Do you know where else I could watch it? It’s not on Project free tv either :(..

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