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31 Jul 2014 Episode 61: Viva la Vegan! Q&A series: Do Vegans Eat Fish?
  Leigh-Chantelle from Viva la Vegan! answers whether vegans eat fish. Join us every Friday for the latest Q&A podcasts - Audio from the YouTube videos online every Tuesday: http:/ / www.youtube.com/ playlist?list=PLNsoIQ0qwh7s4qyC9ymp882uwHmOgHzMJ Intro tune by Leigh-Chantelle.
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28 Jul 2014 Steve Hindi
  This week we talk to Steve Hindi from SHARK (Showing Animals Respect and Kindness) about pigeon shoots, rodeos, hunt sabotage, animal activism, the tiger truck & more. #fsd Sponsor an Episode! Each episode we produce costs us around $10 USD to create. You can help us out by sponsoring an episode. [...]
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27 Jul 2014 Being the Vegan in the Room - Representing Veganism in a Joyful Way
  In today's episode, I share with you a number of recent scenarios I found myself in where I had the opportunity to represent veganism and chose (choose) to do so in a positive way, whether it's ordering food in a non-vegan restaurant, dropping the "v" word into a non-vegan conversation, or meeting a friend of [...]
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27 Jul 2014 20 July 2014
  Author and dietician AMANDA BENHAM talks to us from Brisbane  about raising vegan children +  filthy Foster Farms outbreak continues along with new infectious disease outbreaks from backyard flocks + Animal Rights Commentary with Professor GARY FRANCIONE
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27 Jul 2014 Episode 24 - Colonialisationism and How to Co-Opt Vegan Feminsm
  In this episode of Team Earthling, Luc and Stevie spend a few minutes yelling at PETA for their new awfulness in Detroit before being joined by Celeste Liddle - Indigenous activist, feminist, and all-round awesome person, for a discussion on British colonisation of Australia, and the effects it has on the land, [...]
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26 Jul 2014 Episode 237: “If a rabbit defined intelligence the way man does, then the most intelligent animal would be a rabbit, followed...
  Welcome to the 237th episode of Our Hen House, a place to find our way to change the world for animals. Today’s super special show is our third reel of highlights from the Our Hen House TV show, a co-production […]
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24 Jul 2014 NZVP Ep.120 - Why I oppose SAFE's 'ban factory farming' campaign
  Here is the link to the Facebook thread: https:/ / www.facebook.com/ NZVegan/ posts/ 532236813544913It has died down now so I wasn't as time consuming as I thought. Good! Because I plan to do this more often as it needs to be done, as a lot of new vegans get sucked into welfare which [...]
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14 Jul 2014 What Does The Prairie Dog Say? Con Slobodchikoff, Author of Chasing Doctor Dolittle, on Animal Language
  For a long time, people thought a prairie dog chirp just meant “Danger!” Then Con Slobodchikoff recorded the chirps, slowed them down and analyzed them. Turns out they mean more like “The tall man in the red shirt is coming this way again and this time there’s a dog with him!” In this interview, Slobodchikoff [...]
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2 Jun 2014 Episode 50 – THE Michael Harren!
  SHOW NOTES Episode 50 (Air Date: JUNE 2, 2014) Today Michael Harren dropped by right before Ben & Laura were supposed to record — so we made him our special guest co-host for a day!  We had so much fun and BARELY … Continue reading →
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10 Flavor-Packed Summer Sides
One Green Planet - 31 Jul 2014
 Whether you're planning a neighborhood-wide cook-out, a grilling session for your family, a romantic deck dinner for two or fancy dinner party, we've got your covered with side-dishes to impress any guest. [...]



Animal Agriculture
Free From Harm - 31 Jul 2014
 Of all the non human animals exploited by humans, 99.7% are animals are the "resources" used by animal agriculture. The remaining .3% consists of all of the others, according to Animal Charity Navigators research. This page is a gateway into exploring the business of animal agriculture, its norms and practices, and its use and treatment of farmed animals. [...]



Resistance To Antibiotic Resistance
Eating Plants - 31 Jul 2014
 In one sense, it’s hard to disagree with Ruth Reichl’s recent Times piece opposing antibiotics given prophylactically to livestock. All the bigwig food guys in the Twittersphere are acting as if the wheel has been reinvented by the article. In reality, all Reichl says is what critics have been saying for decades: feeding antibiotics to [...]



UK Study Reveals Soaring Non-Dairy Milk Sales
VegNews Daily - 31 Jul 2014
 Plant-based milks are more popular than ever, and not just in the United States. [...]



Because Bunnies Can't Type: How I Answer “Why Vegan?” with My Heart (Not My Head)
Our Hen House - 31 Jul 2014
 Annie Shannon never fails to brighten our day, and her article — featured below for #ThrowbackThursday! — makes no exception. She sticks up for bunnies, makes crepes, and is kind enough to write about it all for Our Hen House. […] [...]



Stop Heating Oil. Try the Water Saute Method!
Gentle World - 30 Jul 2014
 You’ve probably heard that heating oils can result in the “production of oxidized compounds and free radicals detrimental to your health.” But there's a simple healthy way to cut out oil whenever you’re stir frying veggies or sautéing greens, and it's called the water sauté method. Instead of using oil to sauté or stir-fry [...]




31 Jul 2014  
Enter the Giveaway! Canopy Verde Eco Friendly Vegan Handbags 
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31 Jul 2014  
Giveaway: Eco-Vegan Clutch by Canopy Verde 
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30 Jul 2014  
Evidence-Based Medicine or Evidence-Biased? 
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28 Jul 2014  
‪Viva la Vegan! Q&A series:‬ Do Vegans Eat Fish? 
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28 Jul 2014  
Vegan Recipe: Orange Julius | The Edgy Veg 
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28 Jul 2014  
Gardening Maintenance | The Vegan Zombie 
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Goodbye to All That
Choosing Raw - 31 Jul 2014
 Tonight on my way home, I took one of my favorite walks. It’s the walk across DuPont circle around 9pm, in the summertime, when folks are draped over the fountain and park benches, savoring every moment of warm evening weather. I realized that this may be the last time I take that walk as a [...]



Goings On in Pictures (and some words) – Part II
Luminous Vegans - 31 Jul 2014
 They say a picture is worth a thousand words. That’s good. Because I don’t have a thousand words. I have a ton of pictures. And zero words. Well, some words. Things have been happening here after moving to the Pacific Northwest.  We’ve been… running around the beaches in Florence, biking all over Eugene, hiking all over […] The [...]



Chili Pasta Casserole and a $400.00 Cash Giveaway
Vegan in the Freezer - 30 Jul 2014
     Chili Pasta Casserole is a nice comforting dish that is easy to make and will be enjoyed by the whole family. Yes, bring back the family meal with pasta and beans all mixed together with more goodies and then baked in a casserole.  I forget about casseroles and … Click here to see the... get the full recipe ...   »    [...]



Dining in LA: Gracias Madre West Hollywood
Keepin' it Kind - 30 Jul 2014
 I have been desperately wanting to try the new Gracias Madre West Hollywood, the newest location of this 100% organic and vegan mexican food restaurant,  since a waitress at Cafe Gratitude Venice whispered to us that it was in the works almost a year ago. When it finally opened, like, 6 or 7 months ago, we didn’t The post Dining in LA: Gracias [...]



Herbed Tofu Tomato Salad
Vegan Yack Attack - 29 Jul 2014
 After cooking non-stop for that last photography project, I have to say that my enthusiasm for making food hasn’t been the same. As far as fun recipe ideas go, my brain has been exploding with them. But, when it comes … Continue reading → [...]



vegan cuts double feature :: beauty and snack box reviews
The Urban Vegan - 27 Jul 2014
 Press Samples for ReviewAmbassador Link Monthly subscription boxes are all the rage, and there seems to be a box for everyone. Birch Box [a beauty product box], Bark Box [treats and toys for cats and dogs] and Lullubee [kits for crafters] to name a few. In fact, a co-worker friend recently enticed me to sign up for StitchFix and [...]



MANGO SORBET with BANANA + PINEAPPLE
This Rawesome Vegan Life - 26 Jul 2014
  Hey, guys! I have not been around for an entire week! I miss you all so much, simply keeping connected helps me stay sane... thus not communicating with you for 7 days is leaving me feeling a little ungrounded. Having said that, I am having the best time. The past week I stayed in a small town called Wells (9 hours north of Vancouver) with my [...]



Vanilla Cashew Yogurt – vegan, soy-free, gluten-free
Plant Powered Kitchen - 22 Jul 2014
 Hi kids! It feels like forever since I last posted. If you could see a glimpse of my life, well, I’m not going to pretend I’m keeping it all together in fine fashion. With the girls having summer break, puppy training, doing the photo shoot for the cover of “Plant-Powered Families” (and twice!), a couple […] [...]



Green Lasagna Rolls
Post Punk Kitchen - 5 Jun 2014
 Pasta rolled up with garlicky spinach, pesto, and ricotta will fulfill your wildest dreams. [...]



Well, Hello There. . .
Former Fish Taco Fanatic - 16 May 2014
 Life has been happening. Lots of it. Which hasn’t left time for blogging lately. Honestly, I haven’t been doing a lot of cooking, so I don’t have much interesting content since I haven’t been trying new recipes. Also, we just bought a house! So we are moving next weekend! Which means we need to pack. […] [...]

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27 Jul 2014  
Pineapple Salsa Recipe 
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25 Jul 2014  
Julie's Original Fudge Brownie Baking Mixes 
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24 Jul 2014  
Vegan Restaurant Review Sadie's Diner 
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23 Jul 2014  
Vegan Supreme Kale BLT Salad 
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17 Jul 2014  
My Cat, the Goat 
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16 Jul 2014  
Bovine Music Appreciation Society 
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17 Jul 2014  
Pocono Wildlife Sanctuary 
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29 May 2014  
VBMC Epic Vlog Ep 3 - Fast Pizza and Vegan Hot Dog Rolls 
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8 May 2014  
Our Hen House: Episode 1 
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1 May 2014  
Un-Authentic Horchata Recipe with Cashews 
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27 Apr 2014  
US Veg Week ❤ Vegan Drinks feat. No No Burger! 
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Does Animal Protein Cause Osteoporosis?
NutritionFacts.org - 31 Jul 2014
 For most of the last century, a prevailing theory within the field of nutrition was that by eating acid-forming foods such as meat, we were, in essence, at risk of peeing our bones down the toilet. And no wonder! Experiments dating back to 1920 showed over and over that if we add meat to our… [...]



Vegans Drink Almond Milk Because It's Cruelty-Free–Not Because It's Hip
The Vegan RD - 19 Jul 2014
 One of the big food stories this past week was Tom Philpott's article in Mother Jones on almond milk. Philpott deplores the current popularity of almond milk because 1) It's not an especially nutritious food and, 2) Almond-growing is not friendly to the environment. He says that it's just a bunch of “ignorant hipsters” who [...]



Just How Much Protein is Optimal for Gaining Muscle?
Vegan Muscle and Fitness - 19 Jul 2014
 The research behind my May article on the dangers of excess protein (and specifically Leucine) consumption really got me thinking, so over the past several weeks I’ve been researching different aspects of protein to see what else I might turn […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post Just How Much Protein is Optimal for Gaining [...]



How Time Magazine Sacrificed Its Standards to Promote Saturated Fat
Plant Positive - 28 Jun 2014
 How Time Magazine Sacrificed Its Standards to Promote Saturated Fat By Plant Positive June 28, 2014  The editors of Time Magazine want you to eat butter. They said so on the cover of their June 23, 2014 issue. Why would they want you to eat butter? Butter is high in saturated fat so it raises our LDL-C[1], or “bad” cholesterol. The [...]



150 Pounds Ago, I Was One Chinese Buffet Away from a Health Crisis
Forks Over Knives Blog - 25 Jun 2014
 On March 1st of 2012 I was 44 years old, weighed 380 pounds, and was on blood pressure and cholesterol medicine. I watched Forks Over Knives, then checked out some other resources for plant-based eating, which really opened my eyes and... Read more [...]



Get Pumped With Plant Protein, Naturally
Disease Proof - 24 Jun 2014
 Protein powders are all the rage for many gym-goers, but is there a better, more healthful way to build muscle mass? In this article, learn what actually makes muscles grow, why timing is everything, how isolated protein found in powders may do more harm than good, and how you can plate your protein and max your muscle with whole, nutrient-rich foods! [...]



Vegetarian Diets and Quality of Life: Cause or Effect?
Healthy Longevity - 12 Apr 2014
 Very few would argue that simply excluding flesh from the diet will guarantee optimal health and longevity. However, the CBS Atlanta recently featured a concerning article, Study: Vegetarians Less Healthy, Lower Quality Of Life Than Meat-Eaters, suggesting that diets that exclude flesh promotes poor health. This article which has gathered much attention [...]



Stop Blaming Veganism for You Not Being Vegan
The Thinking Vegan - 29 Jul 2014
 Lately (again) some ex-“vegans” are in the media proclaiming their love of eating animals. The usual reason for them going back to exploiting animals, though they still maintain their love for them, is they listened to their bodies and theirThe post Stop Blaming Veganism for You Not Being Vegan appeared first on The Thinking Vegan. [...]



Moral Schizophrenia: Alastair Graham, the “Michael Vick” of Scotland
Abolitionist Approach Blog - 29 Jul 2014
 Alastair Graham was sentenced to 9 months for killing a dog named Bruno, who apparently had bitten Graham. He tied the dog to a tree before dousing him in petrol and burning him to death. Graham, was also banned for keeping animals for life. He was sentenced to an additional 36 months for his part […] The post Moral Schizophrenia: Alastair Graham, [...]



Why I Obsess over Veganism
My Face Is On Fire - 29 Jul 2014
 A vegan messaged me this morning to say that she thinks that by "obsessing over veganism", abolitionists are apparently doing animals a "disservice". She asserted (the tired old): "Not everybody will... [...]



The Journey to Veganism
Snargleplexon - 17 Jul 2014
 Professor Francione puts it best here. Also, I’m testing Facebook “Embed This Post” feature. Post by Gary L. Francione: The Abolitionist Approach to Animal Rights. [...]



Can Non-Violent Protest Work for Animal Rights?
Corey Wrenn - 15 Jul 2014
 I wanted to followup on my essay published yesterday on the foolhardiness of "non-violent" direct action as a drain on our resources. Some readers had questions about he effectiveness of protest and I want to flesh out these ideas. Importantly, yesterday's essay put "non-violent" in quotations for a reason:  I was specifically referring to violent [...]







Little Kid Doesn't Want to Eat Octopus (or other animals) 
Little kid (Luiz Antonio) saying he doesn't want to eat octopus and then realizes other animals die for food too.


Animals: A Parallel History - Movie Trailer 
A new documentary film by a vegan film maker seeking funding via IndieGoGo.


The Ghosts In Our Machine 
"A cinematic cross-platform documentary that illuminates the lives of individual animals living within and rescued [...]


"Man" by Steve Cutts 
Animation by Steve Cutts showing "Man" and his use of animals through the ages. Note there's up to a 30 sec commercial [...]

  
 
Baked Eggplant Patties 
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Vegan Greek Omelet 
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Raw Carrot Cupcakes w/ Cashew Frosting 
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The Edgy Veg: Individual Ice Cream Cakes! 
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Muay Thai Fighter: Cornell Ward
The Discerning Brute - 31 Jul 2014
  Cornell Ward is a Muay Thai fighter, a sci-fi devotee and co-host of the Walking Alone Podcast along with MMA fighter Diego Lopez.  I was recently interviewed on their podcast, which you can listen to here : I had the opportunity to also interview Cornell, and our conversation is below: Joshua Katcher: How did you […] [...]



Italian Chickpeas and Spinach over Risotto
JL Goes Vegan - 31 Jul 2014
 Too busy to cook? I thought I was. Then I made this Italian Chickpeas and Spinach over Risotto in under 20 minutes. The post Italian Chickpeas and Spinach over Risotto appeared first on JL goes Vegan. [...]



3 Ways To Give Your Closet A Vegan Boost
Chic Vegan - 31 Jul 2014
 It is inevitable that an entrenched vegan will start looking beyond his or her plate into other aspects of life. For me, this occurred one morning when I was looking for the right shoes to wear. Wearing a size 14 has made me a big shoe fan. Those of us in the teens (shoe size) [&hellip [...]



A Vegan Diet is Not a Deprivation Diet
Glue and Glitter - 29 Jul 2014
 There are a lot of misconceptions about what vegan means. A vegan diet is not an eating disorder or a crash diet. The post A Vegan Diet is Not a Deprivation Diet appeared first on Glue and Glitter - Vegan Recipes & Crafts by Becky Striepe. [...]



Tricky Trend: Bright & Bold
The Streets I Know - 22 Jul 2014
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  13 May 2014
Commentary: Vegan Education/Advocacy, “Forcing” Others to Go Vegan, and Animal Ethics as Involving Obligation and Not...
  We are going to start podcasting again as time permits. In fact, we are going to be creating a new series as “Vegan.FM.” For now, it’s still the Abolitionist Approach Commentary. In this Commentary, Anna Charlton and I discuss educating yourself so that you can educate others and the importance of doing education/ advocacy [...]
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  16 Feb 2014
Show 106: Vegans Dating, Dating Vegans
  Episode 106 contains four interviews focused around the subject of dating as a vegan. Recorded on Valentine's Day, Derek is without a co-host, and the show begins with his poetic monologue on finding love as a vegan. Derek recorded the first interview with Anne Dinshah at the 2012 Vegan Spirituality Retreat in Philadelphia. read [...]
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  31 Jan 2014
VEGCAST 120 - ANIMALS AND SOCIETY
  Vegcast 120 features an interview with Carolyn Mullin of the National Museum of Animals and Society, a new institution documenting this evolving relationship. There's also a comical tune from Vegan Smythe about trying to persuade someone to go vegan, and a Science Fact about the danger of eating meat being nearly equivalent to that [...]
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  17 Nov 2013
008: Vegan Thanksgiving 2013
  “Vegan Thanksgiving 2013”  (November 17, 2013) Welcome to Indy Vegan Family, The Podcast! How’s it going?: Everybody has pretty well settled into their veganism or vegetarianism (or rebellion-ism).  Wade needs to lose some weight and has started yoga.  Everyone is Thankful for the every day things we take for granted. Thanksgiving [...]
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  28 Apr 2014
ARZone Podcast 81: Will Tuttle - Tour of Taiwan, Australia, and New Zealand
  Episode 81 features long time advocate and author Will Tuttle Ph. D. In early 2014 Dr. Will Tuttle, who holds a masters in humanities and a Ph.D in education, completed an international speaking tour, traveling to Taiwan, throughout Australia, and to New Zealand. In this podcast, Dr. Tuttle speaks with ARZone about his work and [...]
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  2 Feb 2014
Digital Vegans: Picking up the Tab, with Stephanie Redcross of Vegan Mainstream
  Digital Vegans: The Tab As the internet transforms the media landscape, how can vegan organisations and businesses survive and thrive? In the midst of the crowdfunding campaign for Vegetarianism: The Story So Far, Ian McDonald interviews Stephanie Redcross of Vegan Mainstream. Play or download (23MB MP3) (via iTunes) This show [...]
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  29 Jan 2014
Episode 12: Brave New Project! The History of Vegetarianism, with The Vegan Option's Ian McDonald
  Did you know Pythagoras had a mathematical musical vegetarian cult? Have you heard about the Manchester Victorian vegetarian church? Did you know early vegetarians weren't called vegetarians, but Brahmins? As interest in veganism and vegetarianism soars, there's no shortage of recipe sites, food documentaries, and information [...]
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  8 Oct 2013
Pledge drive fun plus interviews with Sadie Bowman, Fran Costigan, and Rene Oswald!
  Pledge drive fun plus interviews with Sadie Bowman, Fran Costigan, and Rene Oswald! In this fun two-hour pledge drive episode, Judy and Barb talk about dogs as people, vegan bodybuilders, Bikers 4 Orcas, review local vegan food products, debut two new songs by vegan artists, and more! The show includes three interviews: Sadie Bowman [...]
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