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Veg Cast

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Vegcast is a bimonthly podcast on vegetarian and vegan issues, featuring interviews, reviews, music and commentary.

  • VEGCAST 120 - ANIMALS AND SOCIETY
    31 Jan 2014 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 119 - POWER FOODS FOR THE BRAIN
    Vegcast 119 features a chat with Vegcast favorite Dr. Neal Barnard of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, who has a lot to say about food and the brain. More, in fact, than could fit in a recent V for Veg column for which this interview was originally conducted, so we are sharing it here. There is also a Science Fact about diet and Alzheimers (... More)
    15 Oct 2013 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 118 - SOUNDS OF SUMMERFEST 2013
    Vegcast 118 is our 2013 Sounds of Summerfest edition, featuring sonic memories and spoken clips from NAVS Summerfest earlier this month. Among the sounds are birdsong, along with identifications by Ted Barnett, a chat with Amie Hamlin on the first public school to go vegetarian, a clip of Jefferey Cohan of Jewish Vegetarians of North America on attending (... More)
    31 Jul 2013 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 117 - VEGAN SPIRITUALITY
    Vegcast 117 takes a look at vegan spirtuality, the concept and the group started by Lisa Levinson. We chat with Lisa about her work and the Vegan Sprituality Retreats coming up in June and July featuring speaker Will Tuttle. There is also a song from Daniel Redwood and a science fact about the latest on arsenic being fed to chickens.
    31 May 2013 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 116 - MARIANNE BESSEY
    Vegcast 116 features an interview with Marianne Bessey, a Philadelphia based powerhouse of animal activism who takes on zoos, circuses and civil affairs officers with equal aplomb. There is also a tune from Hymn for Her and a science fact about a new culprit in meat that ties it to heart disease.
    2 May 2013 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 115 - SUE COE
    Vegcast 115 features an interview with graphic journalist and painter Sue Coe, who talks about her methods of sharing animals grim reality with the viewing public. There is a tune from Dream Awake, a Science Fact about the damaging effect of animal slaughter on those who perform it, and a note on a book especially appropriate for Easter.
    30 Mar 2013 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 114 - QUEER VEGAN FOOD
    Vegcast 114 is a rather queer episode as we talk with Sarah E Brown about the collaborative work she helmed, the Queer Vegan Food Cookbook, proceeds from which benefit Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary. There is also a track from Batik called Vudu and a Science Fact about how vegetarianism can reduce your heart disease risk by a third.
    28 Feb 2013 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 113 - TALK TO THE ANIMALS
    Vegcast 113 features an interview with scientist and author Con Slobodchikoff, who was written a book on animal language, making a case for it and explaining how it works, as well as how humans have largely looked at it the wrong way. There is also a tune from Marlene Sosebee and a Science Fact about antibiotic overuse in the beef industry and its dangerous (... More)
    19 Dec 2012 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 112 - BACK TO WOODSTOCK
    Vegcast 112 takes us back to Woodstock, the site of Vegcast 16. for an interview with cofounder Jenny Brown on her story and that of the sanctuary. Then there is a song about Kayli the cow and how she wound up at Woodstock. Then we talk to the man behind the song, Ed Barocas, about how HE wound up at Woodstock. There is also a Science Fact about the (... More)
    19 Sep 2012 at 8:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 111 - MAIN STREET VEGANISM
    Vegcast 111 features an interview with Victoria Moran, centering on her latest book Main Street Vegan, which demystifies veganism as an elite pursuit and brings the nuts and bolts to the mainstream. She also discusses the new Main Street Vegan Academy and her Main Street Vegan radio show on unity.fm. There is also a song from Moby and a Science Fact (... More)
    10 Aug 2012 at 8:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 110 - SOUNDS OF SUMMERFEST
    Vegcast 110 is our annual Sounds of Summerfest edition, including the first interview with the new inductees into the Vegetarian Hall of Fame, James Laveck and Jenny Stein. Also brief interviews with Eddie Lama, Fran Costigan and Chef AJ, plus birds, piano, lunch, ping pong, and a Science Fact about the diets of our ancestors.
    29 Jul 2012 at 8:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 109 - WILD ABOUT GREENS
    Vegcast 109 features an interview with Nava Atlas about her latest, Wild About Greens, which focuses on the many varieties of nutritious leafy greens and ways of making them a delicious part of many meals. There is a tongue in cheek song about vegan girls, and a science fact about black bears and their ability to count, a power previously ascribed only (... More)
    27 Jun 2012 at 8:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 108 - HIP CITY VEG
    Vegcast 108 looks at a new Philly phenomenon, HipCityVeg, a vegan fast food restaurant that has taken off in a big way. We talk to owner Nicole Marquis about the roller coaster ride of her first month and her plans for the future of vegan fast food. There is also a track from The Dropa Stone, the first band to be sponsored by Tofurky, and a Science (... More)
    30 May 2012 at 11:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 107 - HONEY LA BRONX
    Vegcast 107 features an interview with Honey LaBronx, who will be making a Philadelphia appearance at a fundraiser for the Peace Advocacy Network. We also hear a song from Green Beings and a Science Fact about another reason the developed world will need to cut its meat and dairy consumption in half in the very near future.
    30 Apr 2012 at 11:23am
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  • VEGCAST 106 - PLANTING PEACE
    Vegcast 106 features an interview with Rae Sikora and Jim Corcoran focusing on their efforts to integrate vegan outreach into daily life and their book about it, Plant Peace Daily. There is a song by Dada Veda promising No More Blood and a Science Fact about rats and their decision making. Plus, hear a clip from the Vegan Option podcast on a certain (... More)
    30 Mar 2012 at 11:23am
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  • VEGCAST 105 - DAVID STEINBERG
    Vegcast 105 features an interview with comedy legend David Steinberg, on his new show Inside Comedy and his years as a vegan in Hollywood. There is a Science Fact about what makes men attractive to women and a song from Quinn Band, plus an audio op ed from Ruth Cohen on Paula Deen.
    12 Feb 2012 at 10:23am
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  • VEGCAST 104 - PROTEIN MYTH
    In Vegcast 104 we talk with David Irving about the Where Do You Get Your Protein Question and the myths that have gained prominence around the eating of animal foods. There is a Science Fact about the math abilities of common pigeons and a bird related song from the band mewithoutYou.
    29 Jan 2012 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 103 - HAPPY HERBIVORE
    In Vegcast 103 we catch up with the ever globetrotting Lindsay Nixon, the Happy Herbivore, who recently relocated from a tropical island to the mountains of Colorado. We discuss her new Everyday Happy Herbivore cookbook as well as a controversial blog post and its fallout. There is also a song from Kyle Vincent and a Science Fact about Well Done meat (... More)
    28 Nov 2011 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 102 - VEDGE CAST
    Vegcast 102 fills you in on everything about Vedge, the most anticipated Philadelphia restaurant of this fall, from Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby of Horizons, who walk us through the space and explain the menu, not least of all why they closed Horizons to start an entirely new and different vegan restaurant. There is also a tune about vegetables from (... More)
    31 Oct 2011 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 101 - VEGAN PEACE
    Vegcast 101 features an interview with peace activist Cindy Sheehan, who came to Philadelphia for the Canivores Anonymous show. Also in the show was Cassendre Xavier, and we hear a track from her. There is also a Science Fact about arsenic in apple juice and in chicken, taken from a new site devoted specifically to science facts.
    30 Sep 2011 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 100 - CENTENARY EPISODE
    In a gargantuan hour long podcast extravaganza we look at the first 99 episodes of Vegcast via clips of most interesting moments, but also including rare and exclusive alternate takes and never before heard interview segments. There is also a new tune that was performed at Summerfest, and this podcast also includes Sounds from Summerfest 2011. Truly (... More)
    4 Sep 2011 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 99 - REACHING OUT
    Vegcast 99 features an interview with Nikki Benoit of Vegan Outreach, who discusses dealings with the police over distribution of the vegan message as well as questioning Obama on veganism. There is a song debunking vegan myths by Jonathan Mann and a quick check in with Phil E of Peace Advocacy Network at the Green Carpet Gala in Philly earlier this (... More)
    29 May 2011 at 1:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 98 - VEGANS GOING STRONG
    Vegcast 98 features an interview with vegan bodybuilder Robert Cheeke, who talks about the basics of vegan nutrition and fitness for bodybuilders and athletes. We hear a tune from Christina Louise Dicker and there is a Science Fact on the connection between red meat and stroke that has an interesting tidbit abut iron.
    20 Mar 2011 at 1:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 97 - OUTSIDE THE BOX
    Vegcast 97 goes outside to talk about animals on their own terms with Lee Hall, the author of a book by that title. Among other topics, Lee discusses how animal rights theory needs to expand and embrace the interests of non-domesticated animals. We also hear a song from Zach, a new musical artist to Vegcast, and there is a Science Fact about new benefits (... More)
    27 Feb 2011 at 12:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 96 - HEALTHY FOOD FOR THOUGHT
    Vegcast 96 is totally devoted to the CD Healthy Food for Thought: Good Enough to Eat, which benefits the NY Coalition for Healthy School Food and has been nominated for a Grammy Award. At the end of January a CD release party was held at the studio of Peter Max, who did the album cover, and we have audio from there and from afterward, with the founder (... More)
    9 Feb 2011 at 12:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 95 - WHITEWASH
    Vegcast 95 looks at the problems with milk in an interview with Dr. Joseph Keon, author of Whitewash. There is a song from Quinn band, and a Science Fact about how much greenhouse gas emissions could be minimized if consumers had to pay extra for meat, dairy and eggs.
    31 Jan 2011 at 12:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 94 - COLOR ME VEGAN
    Vegcast 94 features an interview with Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, fellow podcaster and prolific author, among other things. We hear a music track from Amanda Rogers and an abolitionist vegan poem from the year 1000. There is also a Science Fact about dolphins and their ability to imitate while blindfolded.
    21 Jan 2011 at 12:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 93 - ALL-VEGAN IN PHILLY
    Vegcast 93 is a supersized panel discussion among the owners of two new all-vegan establishments in Philadelphia, Grindcore House and Blackbird Pizzeria, both of which opened around South Philly within the past few months. The conversation focuses on the ethics and economics of running niche eateries on an all-vegan basis. There is a song by Laura Theodore, (... More)
    10 Dec 2010 at 12:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 92 - THANKSGIVING TRADITIONS
    Vegcast 92 looks at Thanksgiving and tradition from several perspectives. Our featured interview is with Dr. Neal Barnard of PCRM, who discusses the trio of plant foods known as the Three Sisters and advocates for Americans basing our Thanksgiving dinners around such dishes, explaining why. We have a new song from Hymn for Her, a Science Fact about (... More)
    15 Nov 2010 at 12:23pm
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  • VEGCAST 91 - GENE BAUR
    Vegcast 91 features a conversation with Gene Baur, cofounder of Farm Sanctuary, who discusses a recent report about the effect of animal abuse imagery on public consumption trends, as well as the Adopt a Turkey campaign. There is also a song by vegan artist Joy Valencia. The Science Fact is a study showing the necessity to radically curtail meat and (... More)
    25 Oct 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 90 - OUR BEST FRIENDS
    Vegcast 90 features an interview with Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson about animal companions and humans, taking off from his new book, The Dog Who Couldnt Stop Loving. There is a song by the band Big Green Cherry and a Science Fact about the dangers of giving babies formula based on cows milk. Also on this podcast Vance vows to adopt the term Vegcast Radio.
    1 Oct 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 89 - FRESH TOFU, BEATS
    Vegcast 89 has fresh beats and fresh tofu. First we chat with Cyrus Pirasteh about the site ohwhyohwhy.org and its namesake song, then we spin the song itself. Next up is Gary Abramowitz, who explains how to make seitan, how to cook tofu and how his Allentown biz supplies stores and eateries around our whole region, including Horizons. Then there is (... More)
    17 Sep 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 88 - CARNISM
    Vegcast 88 features an interview with Dr. Melanie Joy, author of Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs and Wear Cows, who talks bout her coinage of the word carnism and why we should use it. We also hear a new track from new recording artist Yvonne Smith, the Traveling Vegetarian, and a Science Fact about the latest new incredible cancer busting ingredient, watercress.
    28 Aug 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 87 - SOUNDS OF SUMMERFEST 2010
    Sounds of Summerfest 2010 features, among other delights, a clip of music by Rebecca Barnett and quick interviews with Michael Greger, Colleen Patrick Goudreau of Vegetarian Food for Thought, Anuj Shah of Vegan World Radio and the newest inductee into the Vegetarian Hall of Fame, Caldwell Esselstyn. In addition to explaining how our health priorities (... More)
    1 Aug 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 86 - VEGAN COOKING MADE SIMPLE
    Vegcast 86 features an interview with Maribeth Abrams, the author, with Anne Dinshah, of The Four Ingredient Vegan, a cookbook that will appeal to vegans such as yours truly who love trying new recipes but hate to see a huge list of ingredients to keep track of. There is also a new tune from local rockers Maggi, Pierce and EJ, and a Science Fact about (... More)
    18 Jul 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 85 - BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITIES
    Vegcast 85 comprises two big trips out of town. One is to midtown Manhattan, where we report from Horizons chefs Rich and Kate making a second groundbreaking appearance at the prestigious James Beard House, and the other is to Las Vegas, where we find a veggie turkey sandwich and a local vegan expert, Chef Mayra, to explain vegan Vegas to us. We hear (... More)
    30 Jun 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 84 - THE T WORD
    Vegcast 84 takes a provocative look at how US Law has been altered to crack down on animal activism by classifying much of it as terrorism. But some acts by activists seem pretty close to fitting the definition. We talk with Dara Lovitz about her book Muzzling a Movement. And we hear a cool new track from the band The Faded, which is headed by a vegan. (... More)
    25 Jun 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 83 - GREEN CRIMINOLOGY
    In this episode we take an indepth look at a study mentioned in Vegcast 78, talking with the author, Dr. Amy Fitzgerald, about the study on rates of violent crime around slaughterhouses and her field, green criminology in general. We also hear an upbeat tune from Yvonne Smith, and there is a Science Fact about the vegetarian mind and its empathy quotient.
    13 Jun 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 82 - SEXUAL POLITICS
    On Vegcast 82 we talk with Carol Adams about the 20th anniversary edition of her groundbreaking book The Sexual Politics of Meat. We spin a tune related to that subject from Nellie McKay, who wrote the foreword to the new edition of the book. There is also a Science Fact about the discovery of a beaver dam so large it can be seen from space. And Vegcast (... More)
    27 May 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 81 - BY ANY GREENS NECESSARY
    Vegcast 81 features an interview with Tracye McQuirter, cofounder of BlackVegetarians.org and author of By Any Greens Necessary. We talk about her journey to veganism after a talk by Dick Gregory and how she delivers on the personal as political. Also there is a music track from Amanda Rogers and a Science Fact about US beef, so adulterated and contaminated (... More)
    30 Apr 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 80 - BECOMING RAW
    For Vegcast 80 we check in with Vesanto Melina, one of the authors, with Brenda Davis, of Becoming Raw, a book sure to be the standard bearer for books on raw foods. Vesanto candidly explains the benefits and challenges of the raw lifestyle. There is a song from Philadelphia vegetarian EJ Simpson and a Science Fact about the problem of using animal (... More)
    31 Mar 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 79 - ANIMAL SENTIENCE
    Vegcast 79 looks at animal sentience, with an in depth interview with Jonathan Balcombe, author of the book Second Nature, which comes out today. Jonathan talks about how we are heading for a paradigm shift in thinking about animal intelligence, emotion and sensation, and explains how this will likely affect our food and other choices. Then we get to (... More)
    16 Mar 2010 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 78 - VEGAN IN 30 DAYS
    Vegcast 78 features an interview with Sarah Taylor, author of Vegan in 30 Days, who explains how she came up with the step by step plan that guides newbies from a standard american diet into being vegan. There is also a Science Fact about the harm to humans caused by the exploitation of animals, and a song about hibernating, appropriate for us in snowbound (... More)
    19 Feb 2010 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 77 - VEGAN ROCK
    Vegcast 77 offers an advance look at Vegan Rock, a benefit for the Toronto Vegetarian Society organized by Ashkon Hobooti. We chat with Ashkon about the how and why, and the where and when, of Vegan Rock, and listen to a couple of tunes from the vegetarian musicians involved. Then there is a science fact about dolphins, who an increasing number of scientists (... More)
    2 Feb 2010 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 76 - ABOLITIONIST APPROACH
    Vegcast 76 kicks off 2010 with an extra long, in depth interview with Gary Francione, whose Abolitionist Approach web site and podcast are gaining ground worldwide. Gary discusses how an activist movement must be founded on nonviolence and how people can now get a vegan message out and connect better without depending on large organizations. There is (... More)
    18 Jan 2010 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 75 - STOP HORSING AROUND
    Vegcast 75 features an interview with Brandon Gittelman about the Friends of Animals campaign to end the practice of making horses cart people around center city Philadelphia. This episode also has a Vegcast exclusive premiere of Let Go by Yvonne Smith, the Traveling and Singing Vegetarian. There is also a Science Fact about soy and breast cancer, and (... More)
    22 Dec 2009 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 74 - HEALTHY VOYAGER
    Vegcast 74 has part one of a year end transamerica podcast extravaganza, as Carolyn Scott of Healthy Voyager talks about the holidays and her veggie travels. Watch for part two on Healthy Voyager radio in January. There is also music by Will Tuttle and a Science Fact about the envrionmental damage of grazing on U.S. public lands.
    30 Nov 2009 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 73 - CHENOA MANOR ANIMAL SANCTUARY
    Vegcast 73 features a visit to Chenoa Manor Animal Sanctuary, where we talk to founder Rob Teti and others about how the farm works to make a difference in the lives of both animals and people. Then we review Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer. Next there is a tune from local band Hymn for Her, and finally a Science Fact about the underestimated (... More)
    9 Nov 2009 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 72 - ANIMAL AGRICULTURE v. THE PLANET
    Vegcast 72 is a noncanonical edition, consisting entirely of an audio recording of a lecture given by Vance Lehmkuhl at the 350 Philly dinner at Horizons restaurant on Oct. 21 on the subject of Animal Agriculture and Climate Change. Stay tuned for another canonical Vegcast, with our traditional format and full menu, coming up in about a week.
    23 Oct 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 71 - VEG IN THE CITY
    For our 71st podcast we take a stroll around Center City Philadelphia, talking with Dynise Balkavage, the Urban Vegan. Dynise has a new cookbook out this weekend, and she discusses this as well as her mission to bust stereotypes about crunchy hippie vegans. We hear a tune from an urban Philly vegetarian, EJ Simpson, and take a look at health warnings (... More)
    2 Oct 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 70 - YVONNE SMITH
    Our 70th podcast features an interview with Yvonne Smith, the Traveling Vegetarian, who was instrumental in getting a group of news staffers in Tennessee to Go Vegan For a Month. We find out how that is going as well as getting the scoop on her plans to record an album of original music. Then we hear some music from, and get some news about, Saint Mad, (... More)
    14 Sep 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 69 - CHEWING THE FAT
    Our 69th podcast features an interview with Virginia Messina, a vegan registered dietitian, about fat in the diet and how some recommendations for curtailing it might do more harm than good. We also stop in at Horizons for Vegan Drinks Philly and get the lowdown on this new phenomenon from local organizer Ed Coffin. There is a Science Fact about animal (... More)
    31 Aug 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 68 - HEATHER MILLS
    Our 68th podcast features an interview with Heather Mills, who has just opened what she hopes will be the first of a chain of vegan fast food restaurants in the UK, and eventually in the U.S. as well. We hear a track from Jim James of My Morning Jacket, who has done a solo album as a tribute to George Harrison. There is a Science Fact about dolphins (... More)
    14 Aug 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 67 - SOUNDS OF SUMMERFEST 09
    Our 67th takes us back to Johnstown, PA, for our annual report from Vegetarian Summerfest. This year the highlight was the wedding of Rae and JC and we bring you a taste of that, as well as quick comments from Fran Costigan and Yvonne Smith. Summerfest and Vegcast face Kyle Vincent is back with a new album, and we hear a track. There is also a Science (... More)
    3 Aug 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 66 - VEGAN RADIO BUS
    Our 66th podcast features an interview with Derek Goodwin of VeganRadio and The Vegan Bus, conducted on July 4th while wandering the grounds of Clark Park in Philadelphia. We spin a track from new rising vegetarian star Amanda Rogers, and there is a plain and simple Science Fact about Swine Flu. Sounds of Summerfest will be Vegcast 67.
    22 Jul 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 65 - MIDDLE AMERICA ROAD TRIP
    For our 65th podcast we take a car from Philadelphia to Colorado, checking out veggie options and finds along the way. Includes short interviews at Maggies Mercantile in PA, ShangriLa Diner in St. Louis and in Creede, Colorado. The occasion is taking the family out to see the production of A Wonderful Noise by the Creede Repertory Theatre, and a small (... More)
    30 Jun 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 64 - RIP ESSELSTYN
    Our 64th podcast features an interview with Rip Esselstyn, the vegan firefighter who persuaded his coworkers to try a plant-strong diet for 28 days, and who has turned that success into a bestselling book and tour. There is also a musical selection from our old friend Moby and a science fact about mockingbirds and their ability to recognize a single (... More)
    29 May 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 63 - VEGAN WAFFLE PARTY
    Our 63rd podcast is a look at the growing Vegan Waffle Party phenomenon, started by Dave Wheitner in Pittsburgh. Dave explains how the idea for this offbeat form of veg activism got started and how you can join in with your own spin and at your own pace. We also hear some music from Dave and there is a Science Fact about the first global study of the (... More)
    22 May 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 62 - PRISCILLA FERAL
    Our 62nd podcast takes us to Su Tao Cafe in Malvern, PA for an on-site interview with Priscilla Feral, President of Friends of Animals, about the new cookbook The Best of Vegan Cooking. There is a song by a band called Lagoon and a Science Fact about the best foods for the heart. We will also tip you to a new Philadelphia vegan podcast.
    20 Apr 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 61 - GREGER ON COLBERT
    Our 61st podcast switches gears a bit with an exclusive behind the scenes report from Dr. Michael Greger about his appearance last night on the Colbert Report as an expert on diseases of the hedgehog. There is also a short instrumental from Green Beings and a Science Fact that should close the case on the question of red meat and human health.
    10 Apr 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 60 - FRAN COSTIGAN
    Our 60th podcast is the dessert course of our full menu, featuring an interview with vegan Dessert Diva Fran Costigan, who discusses her Vegan Baking Boot Camp and how to get fantastic results in pastries and other desserts without using butter or eggs. There is also a musical selection from Quinn band, and a Science Fact about a chimpanzee and his (... More)
    13 Mar 2009 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 59 - JILL NUSSINOW
    Our 59th podcast finds us still in midwinter mode and thinking of hearty stews and root vegetables. What better time to get the lowdown on pressure cooking with The Veggie Queen, Jill Nussinow. Jill explains why pressure cookers are nothing to fear and are in fact A Vegans Best Friend. There is a new song by Dada Veda, a Science Fact about cured meats (... More)
    13 Feb 2009 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 58 - MAOZ VEGETARIAN
    Our 58th podcast takes a look at the vegetarian fast-food chain Maoz Vegetarian, which is gaining ground in the US after starting in Amsterdam, with two locations in Philly and several more around the country. We talk with Maoz USA chief Yair Marinov about the future of veggie fast-food in America. Then there is a song from Rosie Burgess, another fine (... More)
    30 Jan 2009 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 57 - HEIDI PRESCOTT
    On our 57th podcast, Heidi Prescott tells how she got the infamous pigeon shoot in Hegins, PA, shut down and how everyday people can get involved to create political change in 2009. There is an iconic new song from Green Beings, and a Science Fact about elephants and the mysterious bad effect that zoos seem to have on their ability to reach their normal (... More)
    2 Jan 2009 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 56 - SARAH KRAMER
    On our 56th podcast, Sarah Kramer rocks the house. The co-author of How it All Vegan and Garden of Vegan now has a new book, Vegan-a-gogo, which includes earlier recipes as well as new ones along with tips for vegan travel, all in an easy to carry format. Sarah talks about bringing her take-no-prisoners attitude to vegan publishing and her plans for (... More)
    3 Dec 2008 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 55 -GREEN FESTIVAL
    Our 55th podcast is a report from the Green Festival held in Washington, D.C. earlier this month. We take an audio stroll through the exhibit hall and stop to chat with Fran from Compassion Over Killing, Tracy from Sweet Haven Bakery and Surab Dalal from the Vegetarian Society of DC. Then we head over to the virtual music stage for a song, Green Backyard, (... More)
    24 Nov 2008 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 54 - KATHY FRESTON
    On our 54th podcast we chat with Kathy Freston, the author of Quantum Wellness, the book that convinced Oprah Winfrey to go on a 21 day vegan cleanse. Freston discusses working with Oprah and the wider issues around conscious eating and living. Then we hear from the Quinn band a song called Good People that will have you humming along in no time. And (... More)
    7 Nov 2008 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 53 - KAREN DAVIS
    On our 53rd podcast we talk with Karen Davis of United Poultry Concerns about the fate of chickens and other food animals and how Proposition 2 in California may or may not wind up helping them in the long term. We hear a song from Heidi Howe, and there is a Science Fact about how the bad effects of a Western diet, high in meat, carry over no matter (... More)
    30 Oct 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 52 - HAROLD BROWN
    On our 52nd podcast we hear from Harold Brown, who came to Philadelphia to speak about the global water crisis, and how livestock and citizens, respectively, figure into the equation. Excerpts from his talk, sponsored by Club Veg, are supplemented with a Vegcast question and answer. Then there is a new track from Christina Louise Dicker, the kickass (... More)
    30 Sep 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 51 - CHRIS WALLA
    Our gala 51st podcast continues our series of VegNews musician spotlights, featuring an interview with Chris Walla, one of the two vegetarian founders of Death Cab for Cutie, a band whose Number One album Narrow Stairs is finally bringing them to the attention of the world at large. We also hear a tune from Chris from his solo projects, and there is (... More)
    19 Sep 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 50 - VEGGIE INTERNATIONALE
    With our gala 50th podcast, Vegcast goes international, focusing on a trip to Quebec to learn about veganic agriculture from Stephan Groleau. For the first time, the main interview is offered in two versions, one in English and one in French. We also introduce a new feature, The Veggie Market, reviewing the array of vegan choices in Quebec groceries. (... More)
    29 Aug 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 49 - HUMANE MYTH
    Our 49th Vegcast features an interview with filmmaker and activist James Laveck, who with Jenny Stein created The Witness and Peaceable Kingdom. They have now launched a Web site called HumaneMyth.org, and James discusses their mission to disabuse both the public and fellow activists of the notion that animals can be exploited and killed humanely. There (... More)
    8 Aug 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 48 - VEGETARIAN MUSIC
    Our 48th Vegcast launches a new series taking off from the VegNews magazine cover story on vegetarian musicians. The writer of that piece, Lisa Mickleborough, joins us to talk about the many bands and artists she spotlighted across many pages. We also hear a track from one of the bands, Young Rival, and chat with Noah Fralick, the drummer for the band, (... More)
    31 Jul 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 47 - SOUNDS OF SUMMERFEST 08
    Our 47th Vegcast is the 2008 edition of Sounds of Summerfest. You will hear the key moments, sounds, highlights, music, interviews and overall ambience of NAVS Vegetarian Summerfest 2008 in Johnstown, PA this past month. After appearances by Stephane Grouleau, Chip Balew, Jenny Kerwood, Michael Greger and Sara Schluter Eisman, the segment concludes (... More)
    8 Jul 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 46 - POST PUNK VEGAN
    Our 46th Vegcast features an interview with Isa Chandra Moskowitz of Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World Fame. She has written what some are calling the ultimate vegan cookbook. We also meet Safiya from KOV foods, a new Vegcast sponsor. From the new album, Electric Green, we hear a terrific new Green Beings song that I did not write, but wish I had, (... More)
    18 Jun 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 45 - YEAR OF THE RAT
    For our 45th Vegcast we visit Maria Pandolfi at the headquarters of Rat Chick Rat Rescue in South Philly. Maria talks about the upcoming Fab Rat Animal Friend Festival and how the movie Ratatouille was both a blessing and a curse for rat advocates. There is a song taking off from the lives of lab rats by Christina Louise Dicker, and a Science Fact about (... More)
    6 Jun 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 44 - TOTALLY TOFU
    Our 44th Vegcast takes us to NatureSoy, the largest tofu manufacturer on the East Coast, located right in downtown Philadelphia. NatureSoy chief Gene He gives a quick tour of the operation and explains the challenges and benefits of the tofu business. We hear a song from Maggie, Pierce and EJ and there is a Science Fact about the toll factory farming (... More)
    19 May 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 43 - SKINNY BITCH
    Our 43rd Vegcast looks at sexism, how it can be used as a tool to grab the attention of the public for vegan purposes, and whether it should be. Rory Freedman, the co author of Skinny Bitch and Skinny Bitch in the Kitch, talks about how the book came to be called that and what the duo of vegan women have coming up next. There is also a song from Moby, (... More)
    15 Apr 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 42 - NAVA ATLAS
    Our 42nd Vegcast features an interview with prolific cookbook author and graphic artist Nava Atlas, ranging from her first book, Vegetariana, to her latest, Vegan Express. Atlas also talks about how a visit to reassure herself about humane farms pushed her to veganism. There is also a song called I Dont Eat Meat by Dada Veda, a Science Fact about two (... More)
    28 Mar 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 41 - PACIFIC NORTHWEST
    Our 41st Vegcast focuses on the Pacific Northwest, with a pair of interviews about life in what may be the most vegetarian friendly region of the country. Stewart Rose of Vegetarians of Washington talks about VegFest and his book The Vegetarian Solution, and Lisa Higgins of Sweet Pea Baking Company in Portland discusses the opening of the first vegan (... More)
    14 Mar 2008 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 40 - HSUS BOMBSHELL
    Vegcast turns 40 with an in depth look at the revelations of animal abuse and unsafe food production at a California slaughter plant stemming from an undercover investigation by the Humane Society of the United States. Paul Shapiro, who was involved in planning the investigation, talks about how it came about, what it means and where we might expect (... More)
    29 Feb 2008 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 39 - MARTHA GRIMES
    Our 39th podcast features an interview with bestselling mystery writer and vegetarian Martha Grimes, whose new novel Dakota takes readers into the world of food animal production. We also have a musical track from Watercolor Paintings and a Science Fact about poultry workers and their injuries. .
    18 Feb 2008 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 38 - VEGPA.NET
    Our 38th podcast looks at a new Web site for Pennsylvania vegetarians put together by Hugs for Puppies and Mercy for Animals. We talk with Nick Cooney about how the site was created and the larger mission of Hugs for Puppies. There is also a musical selection from Verdun, and a Science Fact about animals and their capacity for mental time travel.
    31 Jan 2008 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 37 - CAROLINE DUPONT
    We kick off the New Year with Caroline Dupont, author of Enlightened Eating, who explains in detail how to go about making major beneficial changes in your diet. The show opens with a contemplative selection from Will Tuttle and closes with a Science Fact about cholesterol drugs and the alternatives to them.
    18 Jan 2008 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 36 - MIKE HUDAK
    Vegcast wishes you a happy holiday season. Our 36th podcast takes a look at claims that eating some meat may be a better environmental bet in terms of agricultural land use. Grazing and environment expert Mike Hudak puts the recent Cornell report and its press release under careful scrutiny to bring out the real facts. There is also a song from Bah (... More)
    21 Dec 2007 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 35 - THE VEGETARIAN HOTEL
    Our 35th podcast is a trip down memory lane with Zinnia Konviser, a lifelong vegetarian whom Summerfest attendees will recognize instantly. She tells about the amazing Vegetarian Hotel in the Catskills operated by her parents throughout most of the last century. Then we have some music you may recognize, and an announcement that comes with it, and a (... More)
    30 Nov 2007 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 34 - VESANTO MELINA
    Our 34th podcast brings you our third Twisted Thanksgiving. This time, in the face of the holiday of exceesive eating, we chat with dietician and author Vesanto Melina about food allergies and sensitivies that bedevil more and more vegetarians and vegans. Melina sorts fact from fiction and offers alternatives that can benefit everybody. We also have (... More)
    20 Nov 2007 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 33 - DAVE WARWAK
    Our 33rd podcast has an interview with Dave Warwak, the vegan teacher who was fired from an Illinois school for promulgating vegan ideas. Warwak tells his story and addresses where the line is in presenting controversial ideas to children. After a track from Moby there is a Science Fact about the coming water shortage in the United States and one sure (... More)
    30 Oct 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 32 - DR MCDOUGALL
    Our 32nd podcast features an interview with Dr. John McDougall, in which the well known physician, author and nutrition expert tells vegetarians to get off their butts and spread the word. The McDougall web site offers key scientific info to factcheck the statements of your friends as well as yourself. This is followed by a song about making soup, a (... More)
    16 Oct 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 31 - DAN PIRARO
    Our 31st podcast features the cartooning mastermind behind the daily comic Bizarro, Dan Piraro, who was recently in Philadelphia for the Veggie Cabaret. Vance and Dan discuss cartooning and vegetarianism, and how difficult it can be to derive humor from a grim, depressing situation. Jim Harris, who helmed the pit band for the Veggie Cabaret, sings a (... More)
    28 Sep 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 30 - BRENDA DAVIS
    Our 30th podcast features an interview with Brenda Davis, minutes after her surprise induction into the Vegetarian Hall of Fame by the North American Vegetarian Society in July. Brenda Davis talks about her latest field work in which she and fellow researchers are combatting and reversing a diabetes epidemic in the Marshall Islands. The new Green Beings (... More)
    31 Aug 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 29 - SOUNDS OF SUMMERFEST 07
    Our 29th podcast is our 2007 edition of Sounds of Summerfest, focusing on what attendees take away from the annual experience in Johnstown, PA, and what we can do with it back in our local communities. Ted Barnett, Joann Farb and Howard Lyman offer their perspectives among other sound clips. Kyle Vincent performs Petals of Peace in front of the Living (... More)
    10 Aug 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 28 - LIVE EARTH
    Our 28th podcast closes out, for now, our obsessive coverage of the livestock connection to global warming and the Al Gore movement with a visit to Live Earth from July 7. Then there is a song, Sierra, from Kyle Vincent and a Science Fact featuring yet another study showing that forgoing meat is a more powerful way to fight global warming than changing (... More)
    23 Jul 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 27 - KYLE VINCENT
    Our 27th podcast looks at the factor of livestock in global warming from an insider perspective. Kyle Vincent, who was personally trained by Al Gore, along with hundreds of others, to deliver the presentation seen in An Inconvenient Truth, relates how Gore reacted when he raised the livestock question. We also hear a new Green Beings song and have a (... More)
    29 Jun 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 26 - PAMELA RICE
    Our 26th podcast features an interview with Pamela Rice of the Viva Vegie Society, who talks about her influential pamphlet 101 Reasons Im a Vegetarian as well as her latest video campaign focusing on Al Gore and the unspoken facts about global warming. The Science Fact for this episode reveals that dogs are capable of reasoning and inference, in yet (... More)
    18 Jun 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 25 - BAD DAIRY ADS
    Our 25th podcast looks at the nexus of our government, our media and the food industry, with an interview with Mindy Kursban of Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, who spearheaded the FTC petition that resulted in the dairy industry dropping bogus weight loss claims from their milk mustache ads. There is also music from Beloved Binge and (... More)
    25 May 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 24
    Our 24th podcast focuses on local activism, as we chat with Jodi Chemes of Florida Voices for Animals, who has had success int he Tampa Bay area both with vegan leafleting and getting a resolution against battery cages passed in her home town. There is also music from Moby and an interesting science fact about how smoking is not the only danger to lung (... More)
    30 Apr 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 23
    Our 23rd podcast spotlights the inimitable, irrepresible Arnold Kauffman, founder and proprieter of Arnolds Way, late of Manayunk, now of Lansdale, PA. Arnold talks about his enthusiasm for raw foods and his business credo, and we hear a track from his band, the Cant Sing Cant Rhyme band. There is also a science fact about how beefeating by mothers (... More)
    18 Apr 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 22
    Our 22nd podcast looks at East Coast Great American MeatOut events with a special emphasis on the Animal Aid Concert in Baltimore. We chat with Bob Pyle, the founder and organizer of the event, and hear music from some of the artists. There is also a science fact on the discovery of metacognition in rats.
    23 Mar 2007 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 21
    Our 21st podcast is a Valentines Day edition, focusing in chocolate and the difference between dark and milk chocolate. First there is the science showing dark chocolate to have health benefits that are wiped out by the addition of milk, then a different angle on the disadvantages of milk chocolate as presented by Garrison Keillor. Rounding out the (... More)
    12 Feb 2007 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 20
    Our 20th podcast looks at the role of the media in covering vegetarianism, and a possible bias therein. First Vance examines the UN report detailing how the biggest human contribution to global warming is from livestock and finds a discrepancy between the problem and proposed solutions. Then we have an interview with longtime vegan activist and media (... More)
    31 Jan 2007 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 19
    Our 19th podcast is almost completely given over to an extra long interview with one of the founding fathers of the animal rights movement, Gary Francione, who has just started blogging. We find out what he thinks about the prospects for meaningful change in 2007. Before that comes a truncated Science Facts segment about the healthfulness, or lack thereof, (... More)
    12 Jan 2007 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 18
    On our 18th podcast, we have a somewhat twisted Thanksgiving with a feature interview of Dr. Michael Greger, who has just released his latest book, Bird Flu, A Disease of Our Own Hatching. He explains what has been going on while the potential pandemic has dropped from the headlines. Then there is the podcast debut of David Cantor as a singer songwriter, (... More)
    28 Nov 2006 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 17
    On our 17th podcast, we talk some more about animal sanctuaries, this time with David Cantor of Responsible Policies for Animals. Cantor has an idea for transforming animal agriculture programs in higher learning institutions away from preparations for animal exploitation and toward animal care. Also music from Green Beings and a Science Fact.
    31 Oct 2006 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 16
    On our 16th podcast, we take a trip to Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary in Woodstock, NY. Cofounder Doug Abel shows us around and we hear from the chickens, roosters, turkeys, a guinea fowl, a couple pigs and more. The kids get to feed Dylan the cow and a goat almost eats my shirt off my back. Woodstock is having their Grand Opening this weekend, so (... More)
    8 Sep 2006 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST UPDATE
    Just a quick VegCast update before we get into a boffo September. No interview this time, just a few referrals to handy veggie recipe sites plus excuses and promises for the next couple of podcasts.
    31 Aug 2006 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 15
    On our 15th podcast, we bring you the Sounds of Summerfest, including a chat with Erik Marcus about podcasting and an interview with Joe Connelley on the 50th issue of VegNews. There are also clips from the entertainment sessions, notably the incomparable singing of Sarah Eisman and some clips from the unparallelled collaborative improv cartooning shtick (... More)
    31 Jul 2006 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 14
    On our 14th podcast, Vegcast tackles the issue of hot dogs, with a report from Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, which has just this season begun offering veggie dogs in their concessions, thanks to the efforts of Scott Geiger of Club Veg Philadelphia. There is also a jaunty song about hot dogs as well as a Science Fact that may (... More)
    6 Jul 2006 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 13
    On our lucky thirteenth podcast we talk with Will Tuttle, author of The World Peace Diet and well known musician and composer, about how what we practice makes a difference, and how behavior can alter consciousness in addition to the other way around. Also, commentary on a recent animal tragedy, a related song, and a Science Fact.
    31 May 2006 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 12
    Our twelfth podcast is devoted to the Genesis Awards, which we covered, after a fashion, right there on the red carpet at the Beverly Hilton back in March. The show will be telecast on Animal Planet this weekend. There are also a couple of interesting musical numbers, a little bit of rumination on the soda ban, and a Science Fact.
    5 May 2006 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 11
    This is a shorter podcast, just in time for the Great American Meatout. No feature interview, but some news on Mad Cow, another podcast, a song about flexitarianism and a Science Fact.
    17 Mar 2006 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 10
    Our tenth podcast is devoted to the big news around the Philly vegetarian scene that Horizons Cafe, now simply Horizons, has moved from Willow Grove to downtown Philadelphia. We take a tour of the restaurant in progress, talk to Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby about the finer points of vegan dining, and check back in on their opening night. Also some brief (... More)
    22 Feb 2006 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 9
    Beat the winter blahs by joining VegCast in beautiful Key West, where we check out the burgeoning vegetarian community and chat with the owners of two successful vegetarian eateries. For anyone who plans on visiting Key West, this podcast will walk you directly to their doors. There is also a look ahead to some of the potential issues of 2006, some (... More)
    16 Jan 2006 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 8
    A heapin helpin of holiday cheer on this Vegcast includes two music tracks, one from Kyle Vincent and the Summerfest kids and another from Bah and the Humbugs, plus news, a science fact and a remote report from San Jose. Our featured interview is with Vegetarian Hall of Famer Richard Schwartz, who discusses why not only Judaism but all religions point (... More)
    19 Dec 2005 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 7
    This is the second of our two Thanksgiving editions of Vegcast. This time we talk about the experience of vegetarians diving back into the culture of meat eaters and sharing a table with them, with Carol J. Adams as our featured interview. There's also music from Bob Pyle and as always a Science Fact. Vegcast, the veggie podcast, bringing you the sound (... More)
    22 Nov 2005 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 6
    This is the first of two Thanksgiving editions of Vegcast. We start with a soothing song from Maggie Pierce and E.J. then move into our feature interview with Karen Davis, head of United Poultry Concerns and author of More Than a Meal - The Turkey in History, Myth, Ritual and Reality. Along with a Science Fact and a promo for Bloodthirsty Vegetarians, (... More)
    8 Nov 2005 at 8:23am
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  • VEGCAST 5
    For the Halloween edition of Vegcast, there is some scary news about avian flu, a song about a bag of candy, and a feature interview with Neal Barnard, the head of PCRM. While known for his groundbreaking work in vegetarian research and advocacy, Barnard also has a band, Verdun, that has to be heard to be believed. Plus, watch out for those Bloodthirsty (... More)
    24 Oct 2005 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 4
    For the fourth Vegcast we stop in at the Blessing of the Animals art opening at the Allens Lane Art Center, including some sound clips of interviews and a great song by Tyler Shepherd called "Animal Eyes." We also have part II of our Michael Greger interview, focusing on strategies and tactics in vegan activism, plus a recipe for chocolate tofu pie. (... More)
    5 Oct 2005 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 3
    The third Vegcast features our first book review, of the book Vegan Freak, plus a soundseeing tour of Chinatown in Philadelphia where there are four vegan restaurants within a very short walk. Also included is a Science Fact dealing with antioxidants and mainstream journalism, and music from Heidi Howe and Green Beings. All this and more on Vegcast, (... More)
    16 Sep 2005 at 9:23am
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  • VEGCAST 2
    Welcome to the Sounds of Summerfest edition of Vegcast, looking back at Vegetarian Summerfest 2005 where VegCast was first announced. In addition to sound clips from the conference, we have music from two artists who played there, namely Will Tuttle and Kyle Vincent, and an in-depth interview with Dr. Michael Greger, who is now Director of Public Health (... More)
    30 Aug 2005 at 10:01am
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  • VEGCAST 1
    Hello and welcome to VegCast. On our first show we hear songs from Seattle band Beloved Binge and my own Green Beings, and talk to a vegan entrepreneur who makes tasty power bars, and she show us how she does it. Also the debut of the Science Fact feature, with new proof that chickens think about the future. Vegcast, the veggie podcast, bringing you (... More)
    30 Jul 2005 at 10:01am
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    • '¸Thanks for recent Vegcast mentions! @markhawthorne @FoodisPower @QueerVeganFood @VeganChatRoom @FarmerMarketVeg 415 days 18 hrs ago
    • 114: Sarah E Brown: Queer Vegan Food Cookbook | Batik tune 'Vudu' | Veggie diet cuts heart disease risk by a THIRD http://t.co/oq3rU06Rgx 418 days 11 hrs ago
    • 113: Con Slobodchikoff - Animals Have True Language | Marlene Sosebee tune 'Vegan Life' | Antibiotic Overuse and more http://t.co/lHUU0Xa0 486 days 19 hrs ago
    • 112: WFAS - Jenny Brown - The Lucky Ones | Kayli the Cow song | Ed Barocas story | Birds can reason about hidden causes http://t.co/u9eO3i9I 576 days 12 hrs ago
    • 111: Victoria Moran - Main Street Vegan | Moby tune | Scientists: Non-human animals possess consciousness | Vegtoon | http://t.co/91Gyjuuc 616 days 20 hrs ago
    • 110: Sounds of Summerfest: Veg. Hall of Fame Inductees | Eddie Lama | Fran Costigan | Chef AJ | Vegetarian Neanderthals http://t.co/w4lhT0fm 633 days 7 hrs ago
    • 109: Nava Atlas is Wild About Greens | Sad Guru tune Vegan Girl | Bears can Count as Well as Primates | @V4Veg Horizons http://t.co/YrrbXG40 665 days 9 hrs ago
    • 108: Vegan Fast Food with Nicole Marquis, HipCityVeg | The Dropa Stone: Salsa Verde | Meat eaters downplay animal minds http://t.co/Qj9DcW69 691 days 7 hrs ago
    • 107: Vegan Drag Queen Honey LaBronx: PAN Benefit | Green Beings: Plants | Study: Want to save the Earth? Cut out meat http://t.co/12uyfyiK 696 days 21 hrs ago
    • 106: Rae and JC Plant Peace | Tofurky founder Seth Tibbott | @DadaVeda tune | @VeganOption on al-Ma'ari | Decisive rats http://t.co/fbU9mrl0 752 days 21 hrs ago
    • 105: The one & only @david_steinberg | Quinn tune | Healthiness more attractive than manliness | Audio op-ed Paula Deen http://t.co/B4VK3o5E 801 days 18 hrs ago
    • 104: David Irving: The Protein Myth | mewithoutYou tune | Pigeons can do higher math | @V4Veg sign gallery | VeganFeed http://t.co/DQaeTp4D 814 days 20 hrs ago
    • Looks like we have a few vegan podcasts 2 add 2 our homepage list (http://t.co/MRQrxGzR) on the next update. Great 2 see them proliferating! 868 days 9 hrs ago
    • RT @ourhenhouse Happy 100th podcast episode to us! Will you help us reach 100 iTunes reviews to celebrate? http://t.co/pwWfTeiM #1000hours 868 days 9 hrs ago
    • @revruss11 Hey, that @V4Veg guy may busy obsessing over brands, but here at Vegcast we'll take the compliment any time! Thanks, Rev! 868 days 9 hrs ago
    • Late THX RT @atVeganRadio @veganworldradio @PatrickGoudreau @Animal_Voices @GoVeganRadio @TorontoVeg @vegcast @veganpolice @MidwestVegRadio 868 days 9 hrs ago
    • 103: Happy Herbivore Lindsay Nixon - Everyday cookbook / Not "Vegan" | Kyle Vincent tune | Well-done meat may kill you http://t.co/wyA7SnOI 871 days 0 hrs ago
    • 102: VEDGE walkthrough, menu items w/ Riich & Kate | Myq Kaplan Vegetables tune | 7 Billion people must "Eat Less Meat" http://t.co/1mqSX1tP 904 days 21 hrs ago
    • 101: Cindy Sheehan: Vegan Peace Activist | Cassendre Xavier tune | Apple Juise, Arsenic & Chicken | Jazzy Vegetarian TV http://t.co/2QHq5QNv 935 days 8 hrs ago
    • 100: Summerfest 2011 | Al-ma'ari poem now a song | Fun clips incl. Vegcast in French, JSFoer on "Are you a vegan?" More http://t.co/gQd72If 960 days 19 hrs ago
    • Hey hey! VEGCAST 100 is up and at 'em! Told you it would be done before Labor Day! http://t.co/x0BGiJc 962 days 9 hrs ago
    • Amen 2 that! RT @EarthToPhilly @HarvardVegan @VanceTune @V4Veg @DorisLin @AboutAnimalRts Just asking why she needs so many Twitter accounts. 967 days 0 hrs ago
    • Been a long time, but the way-too-overstuffed Vegcast #100 is finally in the homestretch now. Watch for it before Labor Day! 967 days 0 hrs ago
    • 99: Nikki Benoit, Rabble Rouser | "Vegan Myths Debunked" song | Green Carpet Gala | Meat/Cancer link stronger | Calcium http://bit.ly/jHUnaG 1059 days 14 hrs ago

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