Beans Not Bacon One-of-a-Kind Necklace

SOLD – contact me if you’d like something similar.


• Handcrafted by me with love in Madison, Wisconsin

• Green beans with repurposed bottle cap art containing “BEANS NOT BACON” message

• I make or purchase my materials from local and USA-made manufacturers as much as possible. I also love to recycle and reuse parts, rather than contribute to buying more stuff!

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These 2″ Vinca earrings pair so well with my Dirty Snouts merch that I had to order some of them. Get yours now at a reduced price, with any shirt or jewelry purchase. Dimensions: ~2″ long x 3/8″ wide.

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This particular piece has been sold. But I’m happy to make more of them. Just send me an email and let me know if you’re intertested in one.Beans not bacon for so many reasons. The first of which is to eliminate the demand for the millions of pigs killed for pork each year. Five days a week, more than 10,000 individual piglets are slaughtered at just ONE of JBS Swift and Company’s six U.S. pork processing facilities. I have been there. The stench and squeals, detectible from across the street were horrific. After getting a closer look, I was able to see hundreds of pigs in a holding area. The next day, these sentient beings were gassed and had their throats slit while they helplessly hung upside down. Soon after, their flesh and body parts were neatly packaged and dispersed to grocery stores. For most of the pigs, the crowded and hot trip to JBS was their first — and last — chance to ever experience the outdoors in any way. Most spent lives of confinement and torture, including the docking (cutting off) of their tails, clipping of their teeth and castration without anesthetic. Sadly, these are typical industry practices. “Humanely” raised pigs are also subjected to most of these agonizing procedures. Prior to arriving at the slaughterhouse, the approximately 6 month old pigs were transported, often for over 28 hours or more with no food or water, sometimes in extreme heat (or cold in the winter) because current laws do not adequately protect them during transport. Heat exhaustion, dehydration and frostbite are not uncommon. The unfamiliar surroundings, overcrowding in trucks, withholding of food and water in addition to extreme weather is not only stressful, but downright abusive.From a health standpoint, bacon and other processed meats have been linked to cancer, heart disease and diabetes. Green beans, on the other hand, are a nutritious, low-calorie vegetable. The Old Farmer’s Almanac explains, “Young, tender green beans are a good source of vitamin C, dietary fiber, folate, vitamin K and silicon (needed for healthy bones, skin, and hair). They’re also easy to grow, with the added bonus of improving the soil they grow in because of their ability to ‘fix’ nitrogen from the air in nodules attached to the bean roots. When the nodulated bean roots decompose, they liberate the nitrogen to become available for the next year’s crop planted in that spot. Most of green beans’ energy is stored within the seed!  Without even using fertilizer, green beans have enough food to nourish them until their first true leaves appear.” Cool beans!My collection of one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces includes hypo-allergenic components, pewter charms, handmade beads, and repurposed materials like bottle caps and glass. Some pieces also contain semi-precious stones and gems. In many cases, I only have one one of something and can’t recreate it. However, if you like it and want something similar, please email of DM me.Like my other work, at least 10% of every sale is donated to farm animal sanctuaries who provide loving homes, medical care and respect for creatures with whom we share this planet.
Source: https://www.almanac.com/green-beans-so-good-you

This handmade piece is water resistent, not waterproof. Showering, swimming and extended periods of heavy sweating in them should be avoided. Keep it away from chemicals, soaps, salt water, etc. as these can affect the finish.


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