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It’s All About Food – Jo Stepaniak and Julie Gueraseva – 06.28.16
Part I: Jo Stepaniak, Low-FODMAP and Vegan Jo Stepaniak is the author and coauthor of more than two dozen books on vegan cuisine, health, and compassionate living. Having struggled with IBS for decades, Jo knows what it’s like to feel that no food is safe, even when eating healthy vegan fare.   Part II: [...]
28 Jun 2016
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077 Surprises Suck!
Non-vegan treats, public proposals and birthday parties - sometimes, surprises suck! The princesses discuss surprises as they relate to consent culture and veganism.
28 Jun 2016
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Terry Hope Romero
Episode 190: We talk with Terry Hope Romero bestselling vegan cookbook author of Veganomicon, Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World, Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar, Vegan Pie In the Sky, Viva Vegan!, Vegan Eats World, Salad Samurai and Protein Ninja. We discuss her work, food, punk, veganism, animal rights, [...]
27 Jun 2016
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19 June 2016
Our Fathers Day show from Eureka, California where BOB officiated a marriage ceremony in the Redwood Forrest + the outrageous HSUS CEO Wayne Pacelle confirms what BOB has been saying for years – it IS the “meat”, dairy, and egg industry, and it believes animals should be eaten and used + commentary [...]
27 Jun 2016
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In Defense of Butchers: A Semantic Justification
The weight of a word doesn’t simply lie in its dictionary definition. Words don’t simply have denotations — they also have connotations: a number of associations and attributes that stretch beyond the literal meaning. The word “butcher” has always been associated with the killing and preparing of animals [...]
27 Jun 2016
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Episode 337: Esther the Wonder Pig Dads Steven Jenkins & Derek Walter!
Welcome to the 337th episode of Our Hen House! It’s another star-studded episode with reports from across the continent! First up, Jasmin rambles with long-time friends and activists Tracy Martin and Bonnie Goodman about rabbits, potlucks, and saving thyme.   Then Mariann talks with Steven Jenkins [...]
25 Jun 2016
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The Compassion Project and The Vegan Ethic
Filmmaker Thomas Jackson on his film to interest people of faith in veganism + Bleating Hearts author Mark Hawthorne with his new book on intersectionality, The Vegan Ethic.
22 Jun 2016
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Animal Law Podcast #13 — Should U.S. Chimps Go to Sanctuary, or an English Zoo?
When I first heard that these chimps, who had been trapped in research facilities in the US for their whole lives, were not going to sanctuary, I was very disappointed. The sanctuary movement for chimpanzees has grown by leaps and […]
22 Jun 2016
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Episode 87 – Reunited and it feels… meh.
Episode 87 (Air Date: June 20th, 2016) Laura is back on the East Coast! And here it is...  the first time Ben and Laura have seen each other in ages!  AND the first time we EVER recorded an episode TOGETHER in the same room (expect for our interview episode with Donny Moss way back in the day, but this is [...]
19 Jun 2016
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One Green Planet - 1 hour ago
 This picture, originally taken by Sacha Specker, shows a baby rhino being comforted by a human. [...]
 
One Green Planet - 1 hour ago
 Consider this your one-stop shop on how to use your can of chickpeas and use the aquafaba, too. [...]
 
One Green Planet - 1 hour ago
 The following image may lead you to see your anticipated swim in the sea in a new light. Not because it features a gigantic — but harmless — Manta ray, but rather, because of another — and this time entirely harmful — giant presence in the sea. [...]
 
One Green Planet - 1 hour ago
 Many wild animals come to live with people after they have been found either injured or abandoned. In a combination of wanting to help the animal and perhaps thinking caring for a rescued wild animal is a cool thing to do, people take in wildlife – but rarely stop to think what are the potential consequences of doing so. [...]
 
VegNews Daily - 6 hours ago
 The perfect combination of cream and citrus make a good-for-you, ice-cold summer treat. [...]
 
VegNews Daily - 6 hours ago
 Celebrate our stars and stripes in style with these must-haves for a killer Independence Day. [...]
 
VegNews Daily - 16 hours ago
 To celebrate freedom, we turned to the independent craft makers of Etsy for red, white, and blue inspiration. [...]
 
Ecorazzi - 1 day ago
 What happens when you combine a famous pop-punker, a well-known vegan product developer, and a couple of their hardcore friends? [...]
 
Ecorazzi - 1 day ago
 Anyone who cares about the lives of chicken should go vegan. [...]
 
Ecorazzi - 2 days ago
 It's a world's first, since clogs aren't suitable for running. [...]
 
Ecorazzi - 1 week ago
 Campaigning against Yulin achieves a number of ends that you probably didn’t plan for and wouldn’t want. [...]
 



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Black Bean Mango Buckwheat Salad
Veggie Primer - 16 hours ago
This vegan gluten-free black bean mango buckwheat salad recipe makes a great lunch or side dish. The zesty lime dressing is extra tasty! I'm a big fan of grain salads. Grains can be a bit ho-hum on their own, but add a bunch of veggies and it's a whole new ball game. And speaking of... Read More → The post Black Bean Mango Buckwheat Salad appeared[...]



Vegan Chocolate Mint Protein Brownies
Veganosity - 1 day ago
Vegan Protein Brownies with a Hint of Mint What do you get when you mix up black beans, oat flour, cocoa powder, walnuts, and a hint of mint? Vegan Chocolate Mint Protein Brownies! These decadent, chewy, fudgy brownies were taste tested and approved by three snooty brownie connoisseurs. One of them thought they were, “Really... Read More » The[...]



Quinoa Salad with Asparagus
Contentedness Cooking - 1 day ago
Did you know that until today I never posted an asparagus recipe here before? No joke, so it’s about time to make a change. Enjoy my Quinoa Salad with Asparagus. Let's just say I was never a big fan of asparagus before. It might sound funny when I tell you that in my childhood I ate a lot of asparagus. My parents served this with potatoes and[...]



Vegan Scrambled "Eggs" Made with Aquafaba
Blissful Basil - 1 day ago
There have been next to zero animal-based products I’ve missed since transitioning to a fully plant-based diet two years ago. And by “next to zero,” I mean only one. So what’s the one thing I do miss? Cheese? Nope. Surprisingly, not at all. Honey? Uh-uh. Meat? Nah, lost my hankering for the stuff when I went […] [...]



    
4 EASY VEGAN PICNIC RECIPES | hot for food
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JUST SPEAK! - Raw Animal Activism
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Consistency and Commitment in Business and Beyond with Leigh-Chantelle...
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Grocery Haul | American Vegan Food | Morning Star | Jackfruit...
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Psychology and Long-Term Goals in Vegan Advocacy
Free From Harm - 4 days ago
 A wealth of research in the field of motivation demonstrates the importance of long-term goal setting. Importantly, goals need not be easy to attain in the short-term. In fact, the underlying premise of the widely studied and empirically supported “Goal-setting Theory”, is that specific and difficult goals lead to greater behavioral change. Continue [...]

 
Guest Essay: Dear Vegan Feminists, Where Are You? An Open Letter
Abolitionist Approach Blog - 1 week ago
 This essay was originally post on Ecorazzi.com. A troll appeared and posted a number of problematic messages. The matter was reported to Ecorazzi and they removed the post for the time being until they return from the Chicago Vegan Food and Drink Festival. In the interim, the essay is available here. ********************************** Dear Vegan Feminists, [...]

 
For the Love of Otis: Owning Your Journey and Fueling the Fire for Change
Our Hen House - 2 weeks ago
 Laura Handzel is certainly not the only kid to have their first “go-vegan” spark of inspiration from their local 4-H club, and will most likely not be the last. That’s why we’re excited to re-publish her article today for #ThrowbackThursday! This […] [...]

 
One Beautiful Sentence
The Pitchfork - 4 weeks ago
 George Bellows, “Cliff Dwellers” (1913)   “He went among the vendors and beggars and wild street preachers haranguing a lost world with a vigor unknown tho the sane.” -Cormac McCarthy, Suttree (1979) [...]

 
A Feeling of Home
Gentle World - 1 month ago
 We hear the words ‘unconditional love’ quite often, but we seldom experience it, except in the kind of love we receive from dogs. Have you ever had a dog inquire about your level of education, or your place of employment? They have no interest in your political or religious affiliations, or what your sexual orientation […] [...]

 
Microsanctuary Movement Seed Grants for farmed animal care
The Thinking Vegan - 3 months ago
 Almost two years ago, we found out about the work of Justin and Rosemary Van Kleeck, who were building a new approach to farmed animal rescue and care. We were so impressed by their philosophy, and so determined to helpThe post Microsanctuary Movement Seed Grants for farmed animal care appeared first on The Thinking Vegan. [...]

 


World-Renowned Ultra-Marathoner Scott Jurek Talks Snacks, Potatoes, and Micro-Goals
Forks Over Knives Blog - 22 hours ago
 [Rip Esselstyn, bestselling author of The Engine2 Diet and former professional triathlete and firefighter, chats with Scott Jurek, world-renowned ultramarathon champion and bestselling author of Eat & Run. Meet and learn from Rip and Scott at the 5th Annual Plant-Stock... Read more [...]

 
Free Meal Plan with Dr. Greger-Approved Recipes
NutritionFacts.org - 1 day ago
 The good news: I’m writing a cookbook. When I set out to write How Not to Die I wanted to create more than just a reference book. Yes, I tried to pull together all of the most compelling evidence on the role diet can play in preventing and reversing disease, but I also sought to […] [...]

 
Are You a Vegan with a Chronic Disease? Tell Me Your Story
The Vegan RD - 1 week ago
 Almost exactly three years ago, I asked blog readers to tell me their stories about going vegan after the age of 50. The feedback I received—almost 200 comments and emails—were an amazing source of information and inspiration for Never Too Late to Go Vegan (which, by the way, is available this month for e-readers for […] [...]

 
Anatomy of a Workout, Part 1
Vegan Muscle and Fitness - 2 weeks ago
 by Forest Crosbie   In the hierarchy of bodybuilding regimens there are a variety of tried and true training protocols, ranging from training one muscle group per day as in the classic “bro split,” to performing total-body workouts up to 3 or 4 days per week. My personal favorite is a 3-day split routine, which The post Anatomy of a Workout, [...]

 


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Garlic Herb Cheese Spread
My Whole Food Life - 1 day ago
You have got to try this Garlic Herb Cheese Spread!! The other day at Whole Foods, I bought some of this cheese on a whim.  I don’t normally buy vegan cheese.  I usually make my own vegan cheese because most store bought vegan cheese contains ingredients I don’t want, or it tastes too processed. However, this Tree Line cheese had only[...]



   
Baked Curried Tofu
Running On Real Food - 1 day ago
Baked curried tofu has been a weekly staple of mine lately. It’s a great item for weekly food prep and works as a convenient source of protein in my daily salads. It also tastes great, has a great texture and is really easy to make! If you’re new to cooking with tofu you’ll see a... Read More » The post Crispy Baked Curried[...]



   
Vegan Two Bean Enchilada Casserole
Namely Marly - 2 days ago
I’m so into easy recipes for the summertime. That’s why I’m sharing this Vegan Two Bean Enchilada Casserole recipe. You’ll love how simple, but delicious it is. For more easy vegan weeknight recipes, try this Easy Vegan Penne Pasta with Sausage or this Vegan Chicken Teriyaki. Tis the season for busy days! Besides, when the[...]



Strawberry Cheesecake Mess (Raw)
Wallflower Girl - 2 days ago
I’ll be honest with you, this recipe was born out of a disaster. I had intended on making cheesecake jars but totally misjudged the amount of ingredients and the cheesecake ended up looking silly, only filling about a third of the jar. Whoops! But it was SO delicious and I didn’t want it to go to waste, so I transferred it to a bowl to enjoy[...]



   
Wasabi and Cucumber Ice Cream
Green Evi - 2 days ago
Raw vegan coconut, wasabi and cucumber ice cream is the best damn ice cream ever! Best damn ice cream, right? I’m not even exaggerating here. The combination of sweet coconut, fresh cucumber and mild wasabi taste with only a small tingle is a match made in heaven. It’s ‘hot’ and cold at the same time with a bright green[...]



   
Simple Vegan Chocolate Truffles
Crazy Vegan Kitchen - 3 days ago
Simple Vegan Chocolate Truffles -this one’s for the chocoholics out there. Today’s recipe is a simple, fool proof Chocolate Truffle Recipe that you can make in a jiffy, with minimal clean up and maximum pleasure. Ha ha, if only minimal effort resulted in maximum pleasure in real life…. time to get my head out of the gutter Back to[...]



Vegan Carrot Dogs
The Colorful Kitchen - 4 days ago
With summer in full swing, it’s probably no surprise that today’s recipe is designed with your 4th of July party in mind. We’re lucky that these days there are so many vegan versions available of typical BBQ foods. I love walking into the grocery store and seeing all the plant-based choices that definitely weren’t available just[...]



   
Herb Crusted Pizza Dough
Brand New Vegan - 4 days ago
Perfecting the absolute BEST Vegan Pizza has been an obsession with me over the last few years, and I must say I believe I have it down to a science…..and it all starts with my absolute favorite Herb Crusted Pizza Dough. But be warned – this is NOT some quick or ‘no-knead’ pizza dough. Nope – this is the real thing –[...]



   
Mango Mojito
Vegan Richa - 4 days ago
Easy Refreshing Mango Mojito Recipe. Make this mojito with or without the alcohol. Refreshing mint and lime and sweet Summery Mango make this a perfect drink for any outdoor event. Vegan Gluten-free Soy-free Nut-free Recipe. Pin this post.  It is finally getting hot around here enough to call for using those ice cubes from the freezer. And of course[...]



Palak Paneer with Tofu & Spinach Gravy
Ordinary Vegan - 6 days ago
Before I became vegan, I had absolutely no experience with Indian spices. But when I started a plant-based diet, I knew I had to try new things to change up the flavor profiles of grains, legumes, and vegetables that I was now were my diet. For some reason I thought I disliked Indian food, but […] The post Palak Paneer with Tofu & Spinach[...]



   
Vegan Coconut Penne Primavera
I Love Vegan - 6 days ago
I’m on a quest for new dinner ideas. The criteria? I need more dinners that are faster than take out, satisfying (and delicious), and they absolutely NEED to use as few dishes as possible. I’ve gotta tell ya, I do not think counter-top dishwashers were made for recipe developers. I am so sick of doing dishes. So today’s recipe[...]



   
Boozy Cherry Red Wine Popsicles
The Frosted Vegan - 1 week ago
A perfectly boozy and sweet pairing in easy cherry red wine popsicles!  Hellooo and welcome to not only Friday but #PopsicleWeek! Honestly, I get excited for Popsicle Week every year because Billy sends the best e-mails (includes Mariah Carey, so duh) and thinking up popsicle flavor combos has become one of my favorite recipe development processes.[...]



Smoky Yellow Split Pea Soup with Chickpea Bacon & P
Keepin' it Kind - 1 week ago
What’s that? Why yes, this is a NEW FRIGGIN’ RECIPE! Thank you for noticing! And yes, I agree that it’s dumb to post a soup recipe in June, even if it is a delicious split pea soup recipe. And I don’t know where you’re reading this from but here in LA, we’re going through a The post Smoky Yellow Split Pea Soup with[...]



   
Creamy Chili Sauce with Zucchini, Spinach and Pasta (Ve
The Vegan 8 - 1 week ago
Vegan and gluten-free Creamy Chili Sauce with Zucchini, Spinach and Pasta. An incredibly creamy, rich and yet light with no oil or butter. Just whole food ingredients. So much flavor from Italian dried herbs and chili powder and tomato sauce. If there was ever a throw-together meal that turned out amazing, this is it!! I'm sharing another sauce[...]



   
Refreshing Infused Water
Simple Vegan Blog - 1 week ago
Summer is my favorite time of the year! I love to go to the beach, eat delicious fruits and enjoy the sun. The only bad thing about summer are the super hot days we have here in Malaga, although fortunately we have a great weather most of the time. It's so important to drink enough water when it's hot and I know some of you don't like it, but it's[...]




    

An Emotional Response
Recently, I was asked what emotional impact the behaviour that happens on online abolitionist pages has on me. I've spoken in an earlier podcast episode 25 about the facts of an online attack in mid-October 2015, and don't feel the need to revisit that. In that episode, I made an effort to keep it factual and non-emotional. But the [...]
16 Jun 2016
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Episode 8: Picnic with Chef Laura Delhauer and Your Hostess, Jasmin Singer!
Hi everyone. It’s Jasmin Singer in Chef Laura Delhauer‘s Kitchen for the Teaching Jasmin How to Cook Vegan Podcast!  Summer’s here and the time is right to picnic in the street – or in the park. We show you how to make Sammies, Blondies, […]
8 Jun 2016
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NZVP Ep.132 - 'The Earthlings Experience' and similar new activism (or is it really new..?)
Please check out the Six Principles of the Abolitionist Approach to Animal Rights: http:/ / / about/ the-six-principles-of-the-abolitionist-approach-to-animal-rights/ Please read ALL Gary Francione and Anna Charltons' books: http:/ / / books/ Please read this article about violent imagery in advocacy: http:/ / / violent-imagery-in-animal-advocacy/ #.Vz2nmmMyeA0Here [...]
19 May 2016
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Vegan Politicians: Kerry McCarthy MP on Brexit
As the British public make their biggest decision in a generation, Ian asks Kerry McCarthy MP about the potential impact of Brexit on animals. Vegan MP on EU Referendum In this special short extra edition of the Vegan Option, Ian catches up with longstanding vegan MP, and main official opposition spokeswoman on farming and the environment, [...]
11 Jun 2016
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#42 Being A Vegan Athlete, Food Talk & Vegan Travel A Conversation with Donta Harris
It was a lot of fun having Donta on the show to discuss his vegan journey, being vegan while traveling, vegan fitness, finding a vegan community, how he inspired his family to make changes to their own diets and mastering the art of tofu. He's on a mission to scatter the stereotype of what a vegan looks out. Check out his video [...]
2 Jun 2016
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Episode 19: NOLA VEGGIE FEST 2016 with Leah Duncan and Jane Velez Mitchell of CNN fame!
Join SPEAKING OF VEGAN as we interview Leah Duncan, organizer of NOLA Veggie Fest 2016, and Jane Velez Mitchell of JaneUnchained.com! Leah discusses the incredibly exciting and successful Veggie Fest that just happened a few short days ago in New Orleans, and Jane, true to her name, goes off the chain and inspires us with her passionate [...]
17 May 2016
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Berry-studded Chocolate Bliss Balls
Chic Vegan - 3 hours ago
 We all have certain foods that are wrapped in memory; all it takes is one bite, and we’re whisked back in time to the moment we first tasted it. The experience, told to others over time, can expand to mythic proportions. And I swear, like many before have sworn with their own personal memories, that [&hellip The post Berry-Studded Chocolate [...]



Vegan News You Can Use (6/26/16)
JL Goes Vegan - 4 days ago
 Vegan news: U.S. takes action to minimize animal testing, Arnold Schwarzenegger: “less meat, less heat”, transgender man sexiest vegan of the year + more! The post Vegan News You Can Use (6/26/16) appeared first on JL Goes Vegan. [...]



What Sausage-Weilding Neo-Nazis Want
The Discerning Brute - 4 weeks ago
 Why did a group of meat-skewer wielding and sausage-wearing Neo-Nazis attack people at a tiny vegan cafe that opened just a year ago in the outskirts of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia?  Two cafe employees were physically assaulted while customers and others had meat thrown at them. What some see as comical at first, has a … Continue reading [...]



Gingerbread Cookie Overnight Oatmeal
Glue and Glitter - 3 months ago
 Sweet-and-spicy gingerbread overnight oatmeal is like a cookie that you can eat for breakfast. The post Gingerbread Cookie Overnight Oatmeal appeared first on Glue and Glitter - Vegan Recipes + Crafts by Becky Striepe. [...]








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