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Episode 329: Sherry Colb and Michael Dorf; Marla Rose and John Beske
Welcome to the 329th episode of Our Hen House, featuring two dynamic duos (three, if you count us)! Sherry Colb and Michael Dorf talk about their new book, Beating Hearts: Abortion and Animal Rights. And Marla Rose and John Beske bring us the latest […]
30 Apr 2016
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Minimalist Baker and Animals in Islam
Power-blogger Dana Shultz, with her new cookbook, Minimalist Baker's Everyday Cooking; then, Imam Sohaib Sultan, a Princeton professor and author of The Koran for Dummies with a Muslim view on veganism and animal rights.
27 Apr 2016
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It’s All About Food – Deborah Vidal and Timaree Hagenburger – 04.26.16
Part I: Deborah Vidal, VIDALSPEAKS As a child Deborah loved animals so much she could not eat them and by her young teens she was a vegetarian. At the age of 11 she had a terrible accident where she died and was resuscitated back to life. That left her with many years of horrible headaches and back problems. [...]
26 Apr 2016
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068 Fighting Complacency
It's easy to forget why we're vegan, why we're activists, what made us so passionate in the beginning. Everyday life takes over, you get lost in the tasks on your to do list, you've been vegan a while and have gotten comfortable. But remembering why this fight is urgent is important; this episode is a reminder [...]
26 Apr 2016
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Jacqueline Morr - Project Intersect
Episode 181: We talk with Jacqueline J. Morr of Project Intersect about education, music, veganism, anarchism, feminism, teaching, the zine and more. #fsd Episode Sponsor: This weeks episode is sponsored by the Which Side Media Collective Store! All month long you can get a free patch with every shirt you [...]
25 Apr 2016
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17 April 2016
The Bernie vs Hillary Battle for New York Puts BOB in a Time Machine, Reminiscing about the Homeland of His Childhood and Youth + guest RICHARD SCHWARTZ, author of “Who Stole My Religion? : Revitalizing Judaism And Applying Jewish Values To Help Heal Our Imperiled Planet” + commentary from Professors [...]
19 Apr 2016
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The 10 Principles of Compassion
The problems we have in this world are not because we have so much compassion we don’t know what to do with it. The problems we have are because people aren’t living according to their own values of kindness and compassion. What does it mean to live according to compassion? Today I share with you The 10 Principles [...]
17 Apr 2016
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Episode 6: Chef Laura Delhauer in Her Own Kitchen — with your Hostess, Jasmin Singer!
Hi everyone. Jasmin Singer is in the kitchen again! I joined Chef Laura Delhauer at her apartment in Brooklyn for Episode 6 of the Teaching Jasmin How to Cook Vegan Podcast ! Taking over a new kitchen is always fun, and it’s always good to be […]
13 Apr 2016
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#40 Why A Juice Cleanse is Much More Than Weight Loss
Get show notes and connect with Jovanka at brownvegan.com
11 Apr 2016
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One Green Planet - 18 hours ago
 According to a new report by Nielsen, unit sales of eggs has declined by 3.6 percent this year, a trend that has been occurring for the last three years. [...]
 
One Green Planet - 18 hours ago
 Children are the most important and precious people in the world and we want to do what’s best for them. Here are 25 delicious recipes you can feel good about giving your kids [...]
 
One Green Planet - 18 hours ago
 We're more like whales than we think, and we've got to do everything we can to protect them. [...]
 
One Green Planet - 18 hours ago
 Jacob is a greyhound who had been used as a racing dog, forced to live under terrible conditions, and fed barely enough to keep him alive. [...]
 
Ecorazzi - 1 day ago
 The real problem; this switch means nothing for the cows that are being exploited. [...]
 
VegNews Daily - 1 day ago
 "Operation Spirit of Freedom" to take 33 lions from 10 circuses in Peru and Colombia back to their native land in Africa. [...]
 
VegNews Daily - 1 day ago
 Sydney’s Bondi suburb is now home to a “Znickers mylkshake”-making sweet shop and an entirely milk-free coffee shop. [...]
 
VegNews Daily - 1 day ago
 City pet stores will now promote adoption of rescued animals instead of profiting from breeder-supplied cats, dogs, and rabbits. [...]
 
Ecorazzi - 2 days ago
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Ecorazzi - 2 days ago
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Ecorazzi - 3 days ago
 Chicago Vegan Food & Drink Festival just got funnier! [...]
 



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No-Bake Chocolate Fudge Cookies
Oh She Glows - 2 days ago
Happy Thursday! I hope you're enjoying the week. Some of you have asked for more life updates in my blog posts, and I think that's a fun idea to bring back more often! Without further ado, a little update and then the recipe… Our week has been filled with a grab bag of things, as it usually is! On the business side, the Oh She Glows app work[...]



Greek Baked Ziti
Contentedness Cooking - 2 days ago
This Greek Baked Ziti is an easy vegan version of a traditional comfort food, with a special Mediterranean twist. Combining orzo with olives, an easy tomato sauce, and a stunning homemade vegan cheese sauce. It’s comfort food, it’s creamy, it’s addictive. So addictive that you will have a hard time not to munch away the whole bowl. Curious[...]



Rainbow Guacamole Dip
Simple Vegan Blog - 2 days ago
It's so cold here in Cologne! I'm used to the warm springs in Málaga, so 4 Celsius degrees (39 Fahrenheit) is super cold for me. I love Germany, I really do, and it's been a great life experience, the only thing I don't like about this country is the weather, but unfortunately it's so important for me, so I don't think I could live here for the rest[...]



Creamy Vegan Nutella Latte
The Frosted Vegan - 2 days ago
Let me tell you, I am a total WUSS when it comes to caffeine. I have my one cup of coffee in the morning before work (either a blend from my hometown coffee shop or whatever local place we have around) and that’s it. No second cup of coffee, no afternoon latte, none of that […] The post Creamy Vegan Nutella Latte appeared first on Heart[...]



    
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How to Make Vegan Sweet Potato Pancakes
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Vegan Sweet Potato and Black Bean Enchiladas with Avocado Tomatillo...
 
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Vegan road trip: Modern Love in Omaha, Nebraska
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How the 1% Gardens
The Pitchfork - 13 hours ago
 It’s an interesting time for luxury voyeurism. The obvious expressions of rare wealth — the 50,000-square-foot homes, the $250,000 cars, the private jets, the stratospheric penthouses, the monthlong trips around the globe — are, at least in terms of shock value, fading. These acquisitions have become so Disneyland-ish in their well-publicized [...]

 
Getting Over My Nerves Long Enough to Participate In My First Protest
Our Hen House - 1 week ago
 Whether you’re a newbie vegan or seasoned animal advocate, it’s always a great idea to expand your repertoire of activism. In this #ThrowbackThursday article, Alison Mercer shares how she did just that by participating in her first protest. This article’s originally appeared […] [...]

 
Guest Essay: This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals:...
Abolitionist Approach Blog - 1 week ago
 Mercy for Animals has posted a rather breathtaking essay entitled, This Is Why Vegans Should Stop Being Mean to Vegetarians, in which MFA characterizes as “mean” those who promote veganism as a moral baseline or imperative. Here is a response from Dr. Frances McCormack, who is also one-half of the Grumpy Old Vegans. In order […] The [...]

 
Reborn
Gentle World - 3 weeks ago
 Ramilyn P. Delposo, Philippines … There was a time when a girl, with her family, grew chickens. She trapped one or two to sell for money or dinner. She wove coconut leaves and made them into chicken nests. Some of the eggs were for breakfast – boiled or scrambled. The rest were kept for meat […] [...]

 
Does Saying Humans Are Omnivores Justify Eating Animals?
Free From Harm - 3 weeks ago
 A common objection to veganism is the statement, “Humans are omnivores.” Yet, being an omnivore neither requires us to eat animal products nor does it dismiss our moral obligation to minimize the suffering we cause other animals by way of the food choices we make. Continue reading → [...]

 
Microsanctuary Movement Seed Grants for farmed animal care
The Thinking Vegan - 1 month 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. [...]

 


7 Reasons Millennials Should Bring Back Dinner Parties
Forks Over Knives Blog - 1 day ago
 Sometimes it feels like my generation grew up on takeout, delivery, and convenience foods, and as a result, never gained kitchen skills. I am no different. At the start of my plant-based journey, I spent months eating just roasted sweet... Read more [...]

 
Egg Consumption and LDL Cholesterol Size
NutritionFacts.org - 2 days ago
 Maria Fernandez has received nearly a half million dollars from the egg industry and writes papers like “Rethinking dietary cholesterol.” She admits that eggs can raise LDL cholesterol, bad cholesterol, but argues that HDL, so-called “good cholesterol,” also rises, thereby maintaining the ratio of bad to good. To support this assertion, she [...]

 
Part III of Dealing With Injuries: Jumper’s Knee
Vegan Muscle and Fitness - 1 week ago
 Getting this series of posts up has taken longer than expected! But I think the excuse of having our second child (Maxine Cleopatra Torres-Tresize, born 11/14/2015) is a good one! I’m still working on and around many of these injuries and I’m still eager to share my experience with the hope that someone reading this The post Part III of [...]

 
Vegan Diets Are Safe for Children
The Vegan RD - 2 weeks ago
 Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported about a preschool in Jersey City, NJ that offers only vegan food. The article kind of made me cringe. It made veganism look like a somewhat nutty, somewhat elitist diet that denies kids cupcakes at birthday parties. But at the very least, it didn’t question the safety of […] [...]

 


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Easy Tostada Sombreros
Fork and Beans - 3 days ago
It’s fiesta time and this Cinco de Mayo-inspired entree is ON POINT for the allergen friendly in your family.* Made up of only corn tortillas, avocado, bell peppers, and black olives, these easy Tostada Sombreros are like an empty canvas for your family to go crazy and add their own flare to. !Arriba! *If there is a corn allergy, you can[...]



   
Roasted Veggie, Black Bean, & Quinoa Burritos
Veganosity - 3 days ago
Roasted veggie, black bean, & quinoa burritos! These one of a kind burritos are for YOU!  These delicious babies were created because of leftovers, and like most accidental recipes, this one has become one of my favorites. This yummy accidental burrito recipe happened because I had a lot of leftovers in my fridge that needed... Read More » The[...]



   
Vegan Raspberry Crumble Bars
I Love Vegan - 3 days ago
The other day I caught a quick whiff of lilacs which is usually my cue that spring is truly here. Lacey’s been taking advantage of the warmer days by sunning herself the deck in the afternoons. Most of our seeds have germinated so we’ve got a cute little group of seedlings next to our kitchen window. We can run out for groceries without[...]



Mini Vegan Peanut Butter Cheesecakes With Chocolate Gan
Crazy Vegan Kitchen - 3 days ago
Meet my Mini Vegan Peanut Butter Cheesecakes with Chocolate Ganache. So each recipe always starts with some sort of bullshit inspiration, right? Well, the inspiration for this recipe came from my friend who always calls me “Peanut” because he reckons my brain is the size of a peanut. There you go, inspirational. These Vegan Peanut Butter[...]



   
Vegan Grilled Asparagus on "Eggy" Toast
Wallflower Girl - 3 days ago
This breakfast is something in-between a savoury French toast and scrambled eggs on toast so I wasn’t sure what to call it. “Eggy” toast is the best I could come up with. Anyway, It’s toast, spread with an eggy chickpea flour mixture, grilled with asparagus spears on top and it is so delicious! It makes the... Read More » The[...]



   
Double Chocolate Zucchini Muffins from the Love & L
Blissful Basil - 4 days ago
It is with great pleasure that I share today’s post. Since the moment I laid eyes on Jeanine Donofrio’s blog, Love & Lemons, I’ve been completely enamored. Between the sleek design, crisp photography (shot by her husband, Jack Mathews), and a rainbow of veggie-centered recipes, there’s much to admire. And now there’s[...]



Mango Dal - Easy Toor Dal Soup with Mango
Vegan Richa - 4 days ago
Indian Mango Dal. Toor Dal with unripe or ripe mango and 6 ingredients. Easy 1 pot soup or side. Use other lentils or veggies for variation. Vegan Indian Dhal Recipe Gluten-free Soy-free. Pin this post.  The first few years of my childhood were spent living in a big joint family home (with extended family). That meant that there would be huge amounts[...]



   
Quinoa Bowl with Chilli Spiced Chickpeas, Wilted Kale,
The Viet Vegan - 4 days ago
The post Quinoa Bowl with Chilli Spiced Chickpeas, Wilted Kale, Pear, and Garlic Chipotle Mayo appeared first on The Viet Vegan. This quinoa bowl is one of the many variations of “bowl food” that I find comforting. Chilli spiced chickpeas are a staple in my home—canned chickpeas are easy and filling. I always add some sort of wilted greens[...]



   
Morning Glory Breakfast Cookies
My Whole Food Life - 4 days ago
Have you ever had Morning Glory Breakfast Cookies? Or maybe morning glory muffins?  They are very similar to carrot cake muffins or carrot cake breakfast cookies.  Today I am super excited to bring you this particular morning glory recipe since it’s totally grain-free!  I used chickpeas as a base and they turned out great. These healthy breakfast[...]



Vegan Cherry Vanilla Parfaits
Namely Marly - 4 days ago
Busy days means easy desserts! Enjoy this delightfully delicious Vegan Cherry Vanilla Parfaits in just minutes! This recipe is sweet, simple, and oh so perfect for your spring and summer scrumptious dessert eaters! Springtime has hit Kansas City and we are now back to our tennis schedule. That means Shawn and I are taking off most every evening to[...]



   
Broccoli Slaw with Low Fat Peanut Dressing
Running On Real Food - 5 days ago
This broccoli slaw with low fat peanut dressing takes about 10 minutes to put together making it a weeknight dinner winner! Or anytime, because peanut butter…duh.. Perfect for Busy Weeknights Buy packaged broccoli slaw, throw it in a bowl..add julienned carrots, edamame, cilantro and green onion, make the dressing, done! 13 grams of Protein per... Read[...]



   
Aubergine and Bean Stew
Green Evi - 5 days ago
Simple and budget-friendly aubergine and bean stew. This vegan aubergine and bean stew makes a great, filling meal. It’s a healthy, high carb, oil-free and very satisfying dish, which happens to be also cheap and super easy to make. All you'll need to do to make this simple dish is dice some vegetables, and sauté them in a perfectly spiced[...]



Fiesta Lime and Black Bean Rice
The Glowing Fridge - 1 week ago
Rice is life! Seriously though. I eat brown rice everyday, for the most part.  While brown rice is not a complete protein on its own like quinoa is, pairing rice with black beans (or any type of legume) makes it a complete protein. This means the combination of rice and beans provides us with all of the essential amino acids that we can’t[...]



   
Vegan Beefaroni
Brand New Vegan - 1 week ago
I don’t know about you, but when I was a kid I ate a ton of Chef Boyardee.  You know…those little cans of Beefaroni and Ravioli?  Basically just pasta in tomato sauce. I know – not the healthiest – and pretty plain and boring maybe – but hey I was a kid ok?  And this was the ultimate kid comfort food! So last night as[...]



   
Raw Chocolate Mousse Recipe with Avocado & Banana
Trinity's Kitchen - 1 week ago
I am having a flashback moment! About 14 years ago, when I lived near Brighton, in Sussex, I used to host raw-vegan potlucks. People would come from, all-over, near and far, bringing along a dish of something tasty to share. It was a real joy to see what the table would fill up with every […] [...]




    

VegHist Ep 3: Pythagoreans. On the Cults of Orpheus and Pythagoras in Ancient Greece; with Hugh Bowden, Michael Beer, John...
In Ancient Greece, vegetarianism belongs to a secretive subculture – amongst the mystery religions of Orpheus and the musical mathematical cult of Pythagoras. Episode 3: Pythagoreans The Greek philosophers knew about vegetarians. But they were part of cults associated with the mythical figure of Orpheus, and the guru of harmony [...]
5 Apr 2016
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His Longing for the Joy of the Springtime Fields
Friends, I've been working on a project the last month or so and will be for the next few weeks.  In the meantime, I thought I would share this with you.  Lamb shared with kind permission of Linda Clark (There's An Elephant in the Room). Please go vegan. If you're not vegan, please start here
30 Mar 2016
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Episode 85 – Interview: Donny Moss (Their Turn) – NY Blood Center Abandons 66 Chimps!
Episode 85 (Air Date: March 20th, 2016) Ben welcomes Donny Moss back to Big Fat Vegan Radio to discuss the 66 chimps abandoned by the New York Blood Center after using them for experimentation. It's a heart breaking story, but there is much you can do about it! Please visit out www.TheirTurn.net for up-to-the-minute news and [...]
19 Mar 2016
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Episode 17: SPEAKING OF VEGAN Inaugurates its "Everyday Vegan" Series with Kaz Sephton!
Join SPEAKING OF VEGAN as we visit with San Antonio Vegan Matriarch, Kaz Sephton! Hailing from the UK originally, Kaz moved to the US many decades ago and started a firestorm of a vegan movement in none other than San Antonio, Texas! We hear from Kaz, among other things, what it's like to be an "everyday vegan," someone on the front [...]
4 Apr 2016
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Animal Law Podcast #10 — Getting Animals Out of Roadside Zoos With Jessica Blome and Jeff Pierce
Episode #10 of the Animal Law Podcast is up, and it’s an important one! This episode features the Animal Legal Defense Fund‘s Jessica Blome, Senior Staff Attorney, and Jeff Pierce, Litigation Fellow, and they will be telling us about their recent victory in […]
23 Mar 2016
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Listening, Deconstructing and Reconstructing: Celebrating black vegans and centering their stories
Too often we see the mainstream framing of black veganism or indigenous veganism as an assimilation into white veganism. Veganism is painted as a white person thing, when it isn’t and never has been. That is why creating spaces for the narratives of black vegans to grow and flourish is extremely important. I hope with this [...]
10 Mar 2016
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Healthy Skoop – A Colorado Small Business
Chic Vegan - 1 day ago
 I am delighted to offer this review and giveaway from the great folks at Healthy Skoop! As many of you know, through my blog, my coaching, and vegan chef services, I work to help people live their happiest, healthiest and most vibrant life. The reason I really like Healthy Skoop products is that they can [&hellip The post Healthy Skoop – [...]



Farewell, CK
JL Goes Vegan - 2 days ago
 This week we said good-bye to our beloved CK. The post Farewell, CK appeared first on JL Goes Vegan. [...]



Will travel for Food: Vegan Chef Justin P. Moore
The Discerning Brute - 3 days ago
 When he visited Berlin for the first time in the early 90s, self-taught vegan chef Justin P. Moore felt like he “was home for the first time”. Which means something coming from a guy who has built a reputation for himself as a true world traveler in Germany as well as with a worldwide audience … Continue reading "Will travel for Food: Vegan [...]



Gingerbread Cookie Overnight Oatmeal
Glue and Glitter - 1 month 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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