Episode 194: We talk with Jason Hribal; Historian and Author of Fear of the Animal Planet: the Hidden History of Animal Resistance. We discuss his books, animals in captivity, animals as part of the working class, veganism, animal rights, welfare and much more. #fsd Episode Sponsor: This weeks episode is sponsored [...]
As an advocate for animals and compassionate living for over 25 years, you can imagine I've made mistakes, I've learned a bit, and I've thought a lot about what is effective -- and what is not. And so I give you 10 Habits of Highly Effective Advocates. Take a listen, and enjoy some lil' shareables, if you're [...]
Listen: “Animal Rights Movement” or Blood-Sucking “Meat” Lovers? + the Egg-Industry Hype Mercy For Animals Didn’t Want You to Believe – Until Now + Chef DANNY V, master of vegan Asian cuisine, who will be doing a food demonstration and having a vendor booth at the World Vegan [...]
The Science of “SuperMeat” : If It Sounds Too Good To Be True, It Probably Is
Please note transcript of this episode will be posted later today. "SuperMeat" should have as its logo "Not good for human or nonhuman animals, or the planet". We all know the saying "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is". This episode examining some of the science clearly shows this to be the case. [...]
Episode 341: Ramblings from Philly and Casey Taft, Author of Motivational Methods for Vegan Advocacy
Welcome to the 341st episode of Our Hen House! In this week’s episode, Jasmin rambles with two great activists, Lia Belardo and Rachel McCrystal, in the great city of Philadelphia. And Mariann interviews Casey Taft, Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine, manager […]
Sherry Colb, J.D., returns to the program with her husband, Michael C. Dorf, J.D., both Cornell law professors, with their important and controversial new book, Beating Hearts: Abortion and Animals Rights. Show opener: Brian L. Patton, "The Sexy Vegan," cookbook author, podcaster, and vegan foodie and entertainer [...]
It’s All About Food – Lee Hall, On Their Own Terms – 07.19.16
Part I: Lee Hall, On Their Own Terms: Animal Liberation for the 21st Century
Ten years experience as an airline worker, including numerous encounters with shipped animals, forged Lee Hall’s interest in animal-liberation philosophy. Hall earned a law degree at age 37, then worked in immigration legal services, [...]
Episode 9: Everything’s Green with Chef Laura Delhauer and Your Hostess, Jasmin Singer!
Hi everyone! It’s Jasmin Singer in Chef Laura Delhauer‘s Kitchen for Episode 9 the Teaching Jasmin How to Cook Vegan Podcast! As you know, Chef Laura has agreed to join me as my chief chef and kitchen tutor for this podcast. What’s more, […]
This is Emily from prettypies.com sharing a delicious (and nutrient-packed) dessert with you today– a recipe for Frozen Piña Colada Cake. A creamy tropical treat that's perfect on a hot summer day.
Do you like piña coladas? I recently tasted my very first piña colada while on vacation. Omg YUM! I wanted to recreate the unforgettable flavor,[...]
Best case scenario, summer is offering you a little time to relax. Second best case scenario, the weekend is allowing you a little time for relaxing. Third best case scenario, you’ve got a day or two off sometime this week for a relaxing morning. I’d like to think that relaxing mornings = pancake breakfasts, but in my case, relaxing[...]
This post is sponsored by Silk. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Hot and steamy weather got your hair in a frizz and your face in a flush? Well that makes two of us. But I’ve got just the thing to cool and delight. These salted caramel-cashew chocolate covered ice cream bars (<—tongue twister) […]
What’s summer without some crab cakes, amiright? Actually, I’ve never had actual crab cakes but my husband used to love them in his pre-vegan days. So to satisfy his annual craving, I started making artichoke crab cakes. You can easily make these vegan crab cakes, without sacrificing the taste, by replacing the crab with flaky,
Like most people who vow to lose weight, Becca Reed?—?51, diabetic, confined to a wheelchair, taking nearly a dozen medications?—?had precise goals. Unlike most people, she’s willing to share them. On a piece of crinkled notebook paper she wrote in bubbly cursive script what she hoped her future would be like: Reach 225 pounds or
We human beings are a complex, multi-faceted species. The consciousness that motivates us is a dichotomy in which a battle rages between the violent, angry, unreasonable, selfish, jealous, greedy, cruel part of our nature and the gentle, compassionate, kind, reasonable, just, empathetic, generous part. Whichever part we choose to nurture is revealed, [...]
You cannot have a useful discussion intended to change the behavior of another if you approach that other person as someone who is evil. That’s just common sense. So always make sure that the person with whom you are talking understands that you are focusing on the immorality of animal exploitation as an institutionalized practice […]
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 [...]
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 […]
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.
Up to half of Alzheimer’s cases may be attributable to just seven risk factors shown in my video, Preventing Alzheimer’s with Lifestyle Changes, which include diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, exercise, smoking, depression, and mental exercise; and that’s not including diet because there are so many dietary factors that researchers couldn’t [...]
Many people hear “vegan” or “plant-based” diet and images of restriction and yes, pain, surface in their mind. How can anyone maintain such a restrictive lifestyle? No one can live on spinach alone! In reality, eating a whole-food vegan diet... Read more
The latest book to capitalize on anti-veganism is by science writer Mara Kahn (and, yes, of course, she’s also an ex-vegan). It’s called Vegan Betrayal: Love, Lies and Hunger in a Plants Only World. I can’t comment much on the book since I haven’t read it. But I can comment on a review of the […]
We’ve just returned from another great Vegetarian Summerfest – thank you to everyone who attended our presentations! Our most popular class is always Prehab and Rehab, and we think it’s wonderful that so many are interested in incorporating this simple routine into their weekly (or daily) fitness to improve posture and range of motion [...]
I'm in love with my waffle maker and I've missed it so much when I was in Germany. It's the perfect kitchen tool for the hot summers of the south of Spain because baking here can be challenging sometimes.
Making healthy waffles is easy, inexpensive and they taste amazing, you won't believe they're vegan! This recipe is also low in fat, especially if[...]
This quick and easy baked bbq tempeh recipe makes a great meat substitute in a variety of gluten-free vegan dishes. Slice, coat and bake in 30 minutes!
The post Baked BBQ Tempeh – vegan & gluten-free appeared first on Veggie Primer.
Way back in the day, I used to be all about creating breakfast parfaits. Do any of my long-time readers remember the onslaught of breakfast parfait recipes I posted around 2009/2010? Boy, was I on a roll with those parfaits. (Side note: how the heck have I been blogging so long?) Since becoming a parent, I've usually put parfaits on the back burner,[...]
Roasted Garlic Tahini Crostini – my new easy vegan recipe for a party snack or finger food. Made from only 5 ingredients in 3 easy steps, this little wonder will become a staple for you right away.
My summer vibes are running high, friends! No wonder about that. I guess it is summery for many of you and even here in the Netherlands, temperatures[...]
Have you tried Shirataki noodles before? They’re often called “Miracle” noodles or “Zero” noodles because of the fact they contain no calories, fat or carbs! Sounds too good to be true, right? They’re naturally gluten-free and grain-free, meaning they are also suitable for Paleo diets.
Suffice to say, they’re[...]
I love making homemade popsicles.
HEALTHY TIP: Whenever I make too much smoothie in the morning… which is basically everyday… (when will I learn to make less?!) I pour the extra smoothie into popsicle molds (I use this mold and these sticks) for a healthy frozen snack shared this tip on instagram the other day!
Broccoli Zunka Recipe – Broccoli & Bell Pepper with Spices, Chickpea flour. Broccoli Subzi Indian Veggie Side Recipe. Use spices of choice. Serve with Dals, or over Toast or in Tacos. Vegan Gluten-free Soy-free.
By now we all know about my hide and seek relationship with broccoli. I am not a big fan so it needs to not be a huge tree in my[...]
The Crispiest and Chewiest Vegan Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies Crispy Vegan Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookies! Crispy and chewy chocolate chip oatmeal cookies with walnuts are in the house! They are, they're in my house and I predict that they'll last two days tops. If my kids were home they'd be gone by now, but it's...
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I’m a huge fan of Vietnamese Banh Mi. However, I do hate how they all come with some sort of animal innard ass paste, also known as Pate. I prefer calling it ass paste. Since Banh Mi is relatively simple to make, I thought I’d try my hand out at making my very own Vegan Banh Mi Sandwiches with Seared Tofu and homemade Pickled Vegetables.
Say hey to these chocolate chip cookie dough balls with a secret superfood ingredient for an extra boost of energy! Summer is in full swing so we’ve been super active at my house lately, meaning I need healthy snacks ready to hit the road with us. Maca as a “Superfood” A “superfood” is a food...
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We are half way through summer and by all means, we need to take advantage. It’s time for all of the summer-themed foods we can think of and what better way to celebrate this glorious time of beach fun and tans than with your very own DIY Veggie Fish Pizzas?! Using Flatout Pizza Crusts, this is one meal that takes less time to make and leaves[...]
Layered Hungarian potato casserole is my ultimate comfort food.
One of the national dishes of Hungary, Rakott Krumpli, this traditional casserole is originally made with sausage, hard boiled eggs and tons of sour cream. But not this, not here, not today. My version is vegan, oil-free and as satisfying as it could get. This awesome veganized comforting[...]
This easy corn chowder highlights the savory taste of seasonal vegetables. Fresh and sweet, corn is one of the summer’s greatest pleasures. What I love most about this easy corn chowder is that it’s simple yet hearty and creamy without the cream. I substituted the cream with some Silk unflavored almond milk, and it worked brilliantly without[...]
Creating the perfect vegan protein powder combo that’s 100% natural, with no artificial sweeteners or excess fats was a challenge. Most plant-based protein powder sources are naturally high in fat (nuts & seeds) and tend to be costly, but I thought it would be fun to experiment with since I’ve tried just about every single...
Ever thought about making your own Fat Free Refried Beans?
Sure you can buy them easily enough in the store, and …. using dried beans certainly takes longer – but by doing it yourself you save a ton of money and don’t have to worry about any weird chemicals or preservatives. Plus they taste AMAZING!
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VegHist Ep 6: Hinduism. On Indian Vegetarianism, Vaishnavism, Satvik, and Mahayana Buddhism; with Sanjukta Gupta, Deepak...
In the first millennium CE, Indian vegetarianism advances from an ascetic fringe to a mainstream high-status lifestyle. Episode 6: Hinduism How did vegetarianism permeate Indian society? Ian tracks the changes in India’s religious life during the first millennium, following the vegetarian strands of the tapestry that we [...]
(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 different!)
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 [...]
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 […]
#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 [...]
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 [...]
“You’ve a vegan? Does that mean you’re from planet Vega?” “So you’re one of those va-guns?” “Vegan? I’ve been hearing that word a lot lately. What does it mean?” “Do you eat fish?” “If you’re vegan you can’t have the ham, but you can have the egg salad.” “But where do you get your protein?” [&hellip
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I pulled out my two favorite kitchen appliances - a pressure cooker + the air fryer - to make an easy vegan cheesy dill polenta destined for the air fryer.
The post Homemade Cheesy Dill Polenta (pressure cooker and air fryer recipes) appeared first on JL Goes Vegan.
When Fortune Magazine announced that The North Face’s “Moon Parka” collaboration with Spiber would hit shelves in Japan (for the handsome price of $1000 each), I could feel the ground shifting; something truly revolutionary had happened. And then Patagonia announced similar plans with the American company Bolt Threads. Both companies [...]
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.