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The Vegan Option

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Ian McDonald brings you "Stories, science, and analysis from vegan perspectives."

Extended interviews on iTunes, starting with Dr Julia Minson
8 Jan 2013 at 2:33pm

If you’re like most of our listeners, you get The Vegan Option show via the podcast feed – an automatic index of shows that’s read by iTunes, Stitcher and other “podcatchers”. (If you haven’t heard any of the shows – what are you waiting for? Use the “Listen” menu at the top, pick a show that piques your interest, and press play. That’s the other way of hearing episodes.)

The shows usually focus on topics rather than individual interviewees – talking to a range of people to get a full picture. This can mean that only a few minutes out of an hour-long interview gets into the show. (This isn’t unusual for public radio documentaries.)

Some full interviews are posted on the website – such as our conversations with Peter Singer and Gary Francione for the episode “Peace on Earth”. But should they go in the podcast feed as well? Diana asked on the Facebook page and “yes” not only won the vote, but for some people it was the only way to get the extended interviews.

So from now on, rough edits of extended interviews will go in the podcast feed as well as the website. This starts with Diana’s full conversation with Dr Julia Minson, part of the “Judgemental!” show:

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(24 mins) (download or play MP3 file 16MB)

If you want to only hear the edited shows – particularly if you are catching up with the archive – it’s easy to skip the extended interviews. They’ll still be there if you want to come back to them.

More changes are coming, once the next show (about the dilemmas that vegans with cats face) is ready.

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  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Broadcasting on @ResonanceFM at 10:30, ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far", about the spread of Hindu vegetarianism. DAB & FM in Ldn 17 days 18 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Broadcasting on @ResonanceFM at 10:30, ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far", about the spread of Hindu vegetarianism. DAB & FM in Ldn 17 days 18 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: How ppl argued for vegetarianism across Rome's different faiths & philosophies #VegHist Ep 5: Flesh & Spirit https://t.co/SeFPOyzTnI 18 days 14 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Broadcasting on @ResonanceFM at 10:30, ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far", about the spread of Hindu vegetarianism. DAB & FM in Ldn 17 days 18 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: How ppl argued for vegetarianism across Rome's different faiths & philosophies #VegHist Ep 5: Flesh & Spirit https://t.co/SeFPOyzTnI 18 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Discover the emperor of India who spread Buddhism & concern for animals across S Asia. #VegHist Ep 4: Ashoka https://t.co/MliGh9zNmt 18 days 17 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Broadcasting on @ResonanceFM at 10:30, ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far", about the spread of Hindu vegetarianism. DAB & FM in Ldn 17 days 18 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: How ppl argued for vegetarianism across Rome's different faiths & philosophies #VegHist Ep 5: Flesh & Spirit https://t.co/SeFPOyzTnI 18 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Discover the emperor of India who spread Buddhism & concern for animals across S Asia. #VegHist Ep 4: Ashoka https://t.co/MliGh9zNmt 18 days 17 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Ian at British Museum to discover hidden vegetarians of ancient Greece. #VegHist Ep 3: Pythagoreans https://t.co/NZRrMX5Btp 18 days 19 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Broadcasting on @ResonanceFM at 10:30, ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far", about the spread of Hindu vegetarianism. DAB & FM in Ldn 17 days 18 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: How ppl argued for vegetarianism across Rome's different faiths & philosophies #VegHist Ep 5: Flesh & Spirit https://t.co/SeFPOyzTnI 18 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Discover the emperor of India who spread Buddhism & concern for animals across S Asia. #VegHist Ep 4: Ashoka https://t.co/MliGh9zNmt 18 days 17 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Ian at British Museum to discover hidden vegetarians of ancient Greece. #VegHist Ep 3: Pythagoreans https://t.co/NZRrMX5Btp 18 days 19 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear how Buddhism & rival non-violent philosophies clashed in the Ganges plain. #VegHist Ep 2: Middle Path https://t.co/PfgN2KsiJ9 19 days 14 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Broadcasting on @ResonanceFM at 10:30, ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far", about the spread of Hindu vegetarianism. DAB & FM in Ldn 17 days 18 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: How ppl argued for vegetarianism across Rome's different faiths & philosophies #VegHist Ep 5: Flesh & Spirit https://t.co/SeFPOyzTnI 18 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Discover the emperor of India who spread Buddhism & concern for animals across S Asia. #VegHist Ep 4: Ashoka https://t.co/MliGh9zNmt 18 days 17 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Ian at British Museum to discover hidden vegetarians of ancient Greece. #VegHist Ep 3: Pythagoreans https://t.co/NZRrMX5Btp 18 days 19 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear how Buddhism & rival non-violent philosophies clashed in the Ganges plain. #VegHist Ep 2: Middle Path https://t.co/PfgN2KsiJ9 19 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear the first stirrings of concern for other animals & the birth of Jainism in India. #VegHist Ep 1, Ahimsa https://t.co/Sy7aNkPNN1 19 days 17 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Broadcasting on @ResonanceFM at 10:30, ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far", about the spread of Hindu vegetarianism. DAB & FM in Ldn 17 days 18 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: How ppl argued for vegetarianism across Rome's different faiths & philosophies #VegHist Ep 5: Flesh & Spirit https://t.co/SeFPOyzTnI 18 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Discover the emperor of India who spread Buddhism & concern for animals across S Asia. #VegHist Ep 4: Ashoka https://t.co/MliGh9zNmt 18 days 17 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Ian at British Museum to discover hidden vegetarians of ancient Greece. #VegHist Ep 3: Pythagoreans https://t.co/NZRrMX5Btp 18 days 19 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear how Buddhism & rival non-violent philosophies clashed in the Ganges plain. #VegHist Ep 2: Middle Path https://t.co/PfgN2KsiJ9 19 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear the first stirrings of concern for other animals & the birth of Jainism in India. #VegHist Ep 1, Ahimsa https://t.co/Sy7aNkPNN1 19 days 17 hrs ago
  • More about the veg Chinese scholar who recorded medieval Indian Buddhism, via Google Cultural Institute https://t.co/ilz7vuI85y 19 days 19 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Broadcasting on @ResonanceFM at 10:30, ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far", about the spread of Hindu vegetarianism. DAB & FM in Ldn 17 days 18 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: How ppl argued for vegetarianism across Rome's different faiths & philosophies #VegHist Ep 5: Flesh & Spirit https://t.co/SeFPOyzTnI 18 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Discover the emperor of India who spread Buddhism & concern for animals across S Asia. #VegHist Ep 4: Ashoka https://t.co/MliGh9zNmt 18 days 17 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Ian at British Museum to discover hidden vegetarians of ancient Greece. #VegHist Ep 3: Pythagoreans https://t.co/NZRrMX5Btp 18 days 19 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear how Buddhism & rival non-violent philosophies clashed in the Ganges plain. #VegHist Ep 2: Middle Path https://t.co/PfgN2KsiJ9 19 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear the first stirrings of concern for other animals & the birth of Jainism in India. #VegHist Ep 1, Ahimsa https://t.co/Sy7aNkPNN1 19 days 17 hrs ago
  • More about the veg Chinese scholar who recorded medieval Indian Buddhism, via Google Cultural Institute https://t.co/ilz7vuI85y 19 days 19 hrs ago
  • If the earliest Buddhist scriptures allow meat-eating, how did half of Buddhism become pro-vegetarian? Listen at https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 20 days 14 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Broadcasting on @ResonanceFM at 10:30, ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far", about the spread of Hindu vegetarianism. DAB & FM in Ldn 17 days 18 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: How ppl argued for vegetarianism across Rome's different faiths & philosophies #VegHist Ep 5: Flesh & Spirit https://t.co/SeFPOyzTnI 18 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Discover the emperor of India who spread Buddhism & concern for animals across S Asia. #VegHist Ep 4: Ashoka https://t.co/MliGh9zNmt 18 days 17 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Ian at British Museum to discover hidden vegetarians of ancient Greece. #VegHist Ep 3: Pythagoreans https://t.co/NZRrMX5Btp 18 days 19 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear how Buddhism & rival non-violent philosophies clashed in the Ganges plain. #VegHist Ep 2: Middle Path https://t.co/PfgN2KsiJ9 19 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear the first stirrings of concern for other animals & the birth of Jainism in India. #VegHist Ep 1, Ahimsa https://t.co/Sy7aNkPNN1 19 days 17 hrs ago
  • More about the veg Chinese scholar who recorded medieval Indian Buddhism, via Google Cultural Institute https://t.co/ilz7vuI85y 19 days 19 hrs ago
  • If the earliest Buddhist scriptures allow meat-eating, how did half of Buddhism become pro-vegetarian? Listen at https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 20 days 14 hrs ago
  • Contributor Dr Deepak Anand blogs about the Buddhist heritage of Nalanda https://t.co/Ee5eTwNLUp 20 days 17 hrs ago
  • Does everyone know what a "Jinn" is? Or do I need to call them Genies? Seems odd to call a wise Muslim ruler in a medieval fable a "Genie". 5 days 8 hrs ago
  • This the most important untranslated texts of #VegHist: Chinese Emp Wu of Liang preaching vegetarianism. (C6 Han) https://t.co/2K9Kr8hxHG 5 days 12 hrs ago
  • Fascinating corner of #VegHist - "Bakliyya" is Arabic for "Greengrocer". https://t.co/m86RYcxm4Z 5 days 14 hrs ago
  • RT @CamilleLabchuk: City of Turin, Italy will promote meatless eating to protect the environment, human health, and animal welfare: https:/... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • RT @RadioRevolten: #FF #RadioRevolten int'l radio art festival partners @ResonanceFM @stadt_halle @werkleitz @free103point9 @thewiremagazin... 6 days 13 hrs ago
  • Realised that the core figure in Chinese veg history - Emperor Wu of Liang - seems never to have been translated into English. Help needed. 7 days 7 hrs ago
  • Matthew Scully, vegan animal advocate, was original writer of Melania Trump speech. Before its now-famous rewrite. https://t.co/4wgWHjtZOA 9 days 4 hrs ago
  • Nalanda University - where I went in the latest ep of #VegHist - is now a @UNESCO world heritage site. https://t.co/GiMOm1Skyd 10 days 6 hrs ago
  • @Virgin @richardbranson Did his parents get any diet advice from Stonefield? It's in my radio history of vegetarianism for being pro-veg. 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • The hospital where @RichardBranson born promoted veganism; its boss was involved in @TheVeganSociety's early years. https://t.co/XLMgAowL5g 10 days 8 hrs ago
  • Today, I've been looking for a stock audio background for a women-only medieval Chinese dinner party. Failed thus far. 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Am tempted by "viands", but will wait on my translator friend. Would solve my problem if everyone used "meat" as you do! 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan It's specifically in a list of foods, next to fruits, juices, herbs, bananas, &c. So it can't be totally generic. 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Yes. For example, I'm translating "les mets" in Paul et Virginie. (I somehow assume that you're fluent in French.) 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • @JoyfulVegan Is there modern word that means same as the old 'gen solid food' sense of "meat"? Struggling with some #VegHist translations. 16 days 5 hrs ago
  • Have you heard the latest episode of #VegHist? Vegetarianism goes from ascetic fringe to Indian mainstream. https://t.co/Jxr76fyNnh 16 days 9 hrs ago
  • RT @TheVeganSociety: The impact #Brexit may have on #vegan & #animal issues by @JasmijndeBoo: https://t.co/oXt3NlDGHM https://t.co/4b4Nymt6... 16 days 13 hrs ago
  • In this 1730 French sequel to Gulliver's Travels, John Gulliver lands in a vegan country. https://t.co/I34OK0NFr7 #VegHist 17 days 12 hrs ago
  • Thanks, Sanjeeb of Kanti Centre, Bhubaneswar for #VegHist help! (kanticentreforart@gmail.com for trad Odisha art) https://t.co/oWPdNuF0bo 17 days 15 hrs ago
  • Just missed Ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far" on @ResonanceFM? Listen again: https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 17 days 17 hrs ago
  • Broadcasting on @ResonanceFM at 10:30, ep 6 of "Vegetarianism: The Story So Far", about the spread of Hindu vegetarianism. DAB & FM in Ldn 17 days 18 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: How ppl argued for vegetarianism across Rome's different faiths & philosophies #VegHist Ep 5: Flesh & Spirit https://t.co/SeFPOyzTnI 18 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Discover the emperor of India who spread Buddhism & concern for animals across S Asia. #VegHist Ep 4: Ashoka https://t.co/MliGh9zNmt 18 days 17 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Ian at British Museum to discover hidden vegetarians of ancient Greece. #VegHist Ep 3: Pythagoreans https://t.co/NZRrMX5Btp 18 days 19 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear how Buddhism & rival non-violent philosophies clashed in the Ganges plain. #VegHist Ep 2: Middle Path https://t.co/PfgN2KsiJ9 19 days 14 hrs ago
  • ICYMI: Hear the first stirrings of concern for other animals & the birth of Jainism in India. #VegHist Ep 1, Ahimsa https://t.co/Sy7aNkPNN1 19 days 17 hrs ago
  • More about the veg Chinese scholar who recorded medieval Indian Buddhism, via Google Cultural Institute https://t.co/ilz7vuI85y 19 days 19 hrs ago
  • If the earliest Buddhist scriptures allow meat-eating, how did half of Buddhism become pro-vegetarian? Listen at https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 20 days 14 hrs ago
  • Contributor Dr Deepak Anand blogs about the Buddhist heritage of Nalanda https://t.co/Ee5eTwNLUp 20 days 17 hrs ago
  • The Mahabharata. Imagine @GameOfThrones /w intermissions where chars argued ethics & philosophy, including veg'ism. https://t.co/ZjpdWnBKb6 20 days 19 hrs ago

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