First of all, I am not "bullying" anyone. I have not called anyone names or said that they were horrible people or that they should starve or kill themselves, all things that have been said to me and other vegans quite frequently. I have not told anyone that they "have to" be vegan. I have not advocated passing any legislation that would require people to be vegan.
I have said that I consider eating animal products to be violent and immoral acts
because that is my conclusion based on observable and documented facts. Not because some religious book or authority told me to say it. The comparisons of eating animal products to rape, slavery, and murder are controversial but I strongly believe that the parallels are justified. (And it's telling that no one has commented on either the slavery issue raised in this post or on my own history of being sexually abused in the "Rapeless Mondays" post.)
Your suggestions have been tried for decades by other vegans. Sharing recipes and health benefits* is great and I'm happy to do it, have done it and will continue to do it. But that isn't going to convince any more people to become lifelong vegans than the abolitionist approach. Gary Francione
has shown that. He's worked directly with animal welfare organizations and has seen the failure of their campaigns and the softening of their stances over the years, in order to not offend their funding bases that consist increasingly of "flexitarians". They are just convincing people to see veganism as another lifestyle choice, like whether to take up tennis instead of running, eat more carbs instead or more fat, etc.
Veganism isn't a diet. It's a moral choice. It's literally a life or death issue for the animals, and for me. I'm not going to pretend otherwise.
* I have really downplayed the health aspect because there are "junk food" vegans who are not healthy, and omnivores who are healthy. Health concerns often convince people to reduce their use of animal products, but they are rarely convinced to eliminate these products completely and permanently without moral concern for animals. Same goes for concerns about the environment.