Roger Lapin of Collegedale, Tennessee won the top prize with what he called a “dairy-free beasts of Revelation-inspired Easter bunny.”
As his design entry was declared the winner, Lapin shared that he had hoped to share a “prophetic message with an apocalyptic take on completely pagan Easter bunnies.”
Lapin refused to use chocolate to create his Easter bunny, preferring to promote the health message with his all-vegan design.
Although Lapin’s design scared a number of small children touring the New York-based competition’s display floor, judges gave his design first place for ‘disrupting the Easter bunny narrative with a bold new interpretation.”
Judges suggested that Lapin freeze his Easter Bunny and re-use it as a Halloween decoration in the fall.
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I coulda made one out of vega links, vega burger and a pile of Little Debbies. All vegan and ready to eat. Please announce these events ahead of time so I can participate. Do not discriminate again. I know a few ex-GC lawyers ready to take on things like this.
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