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  • Drew Winter
    Episode 192: We talk with Drew Winter; Author & Anthropologist working at the intersection of food, activism, ecology, and nonhuman animals. His PhD dissertation concerns cultures of pork production and consumption in Denmark, investigating the cultural cohabitation of food traditions and concern for climate. We discuss Animal Rights, Animal Liberation, Veganism, Anarchism, Game of Thrones, Nihilist Memes and Much More. #fsd Episode Sponsor: This weeks episode is sponsored by Listeners Like You! We are giving away a FREE DVD of LIVING THINGS & A $5 GIFT CARD from the Which Side Media Collective store! Visit for details! Episode Music: Half Dreaming - CFCF Never Mess With Sunday - Yppah Which Side Are You On - Für Brot und Freiheit Listener Shout Out: This week's Listener Shout Out comes from Rich Lavery. Rich had this to say:I was interested to hear you guys talk about Gary Yourofsky this week. I myself emailed him (after he encouraged it through his site) last year. I was going through the process of becoming a foster carer. The social workers had issues with me being vegan and I contacted Gary to ask for his opinion on the matter and even advice on what to do. In response he accused me of hating animals because I was choosing to help humans, used some pretty discriminatory language ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Which Side Media Collective
    2 years ago
  • Pinto Beans and Rice
    I love okra, but sadly I am alone in my love of this vegetable. I included okra in this Pinto Beans and Rice dish to feed my craving. Not only is this simple to make, it comes with a bit of heat, which I also love. And while I know I don’t post much, choosing to mainly work behind the scenes of MyWholeFoodLife, I do plan on posting more of my creations in the future. Melissa and I are a great team, and we want to show everyone just how much we collaborate. Some of my other recipes are Eggplant Pasta, Mexican Quinoa and Squash Apple Soup.  Enough about me, onto to the dish. This recipe is great for lunch. If you don’t like heat, green bell peppers would sub well. On the flip side, use jalapeños if you are looking for something a bit more spicy. This is a pretty versatile dish that I hope you love as much as I did. Pinto Beans and Rice Save Print Pinto Beans and Rice Prep time:  15 mins Cook time:  1 hour Total time:  1 hour 15 mins Serves: 4 - 5 servings Anaheim peppers give this recipe a special flavor. Ingredients 4 cups chopped Anaheim peppers ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Marcus King
    2 years ago
  • Living among pigs and chickens can change a person’s life, so…
    Living among pigs and chickens can change a person’s life, so says our writer who went vegan after moving to Tonga. Click here to discover how living with these creates made her change the way she viewed all living beings. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11
    2 years ago
  • Weekly Plant-Based Dinner Plan, July 11 – 15, 2016
    Let’s continue our July meal planning with meals that feature the best of the season’s produce, and that will get you in and out of the kitchen in no time. What more can you ask of hot weather dinners?Filled with crisp veggies that need only a little prep but no cooking, ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Jordan St. Clair-Jackson
    2 years ago
  • 6 Ingredient Vegan Chocolate Fudge Gelato
    For most of my life I have been a vanilla girl.  It was always vanilla cupcakes over chocolate, vanilla cheesecake over chocolate mousse cake, and vanilla ice cream over chocolate any day.  I don't know if maybe the chocolate was just too intense for me when I had a good sized piece of dessert with it or what, but I have always preferred vanilla.  That is until lately.  I feel like in the last year I have come to appreciate chocolate more, actually craving chocolate things and wanting to make more chocolate cakes and desserts.  I guess now it is more of a balance between chocolate and vanilla which is good because everyone needs balance and variety in their life right? So I was in one of these chocolate sort of moods last Friday, and I wanted some chocolate gelato.  Rich, smooth, silky chocolate was sounding really good to me when I was on my post work stress relieving walk.  So, it had to happen.  I knew I could pull it off fast, ice cream is so easy and quick to make, when you are impatient or have little time.  It ended up being only 6 ingredients.  This is not diet or low fat ice cream.  So if you are one  of those people who fears fat, you might as well stop ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Amy Lyons
    2 years ago
  • Red Lentil Corn Chowder
    Hearty red lentils and sweet summer corn are simmered up with southwestern spices in a coconut milk broth to make this hearty and totally meal-worthy vegan chowder. Every year about this time, I start going on about how bad I am at vegetable gardening. This year, I decided to keep things simple. I didn’t plant much, and stuck with stuff that I don’t expect to get too out of control. I also planted a little citronella plant to keep whatever awful biting insects invaded last year’s garden at bay. It’s been a bit of a struggle keeping up with the weeds, and while they haven’t gotten too out of control, there’s a few plants taking off, which, I’m embarrassed to say, could be weeds, or they could just as likely be vegetables that I planted. I’m not sure! They’re about the same size as my tomato plants, and they have a very vegetabley look to them, but I can’t for the life of me figure out what they might be. They’re nicely spaced out too, just like the would be if I’d stuck them in the ground intentionally. Obviously I didn’t do a very good job of keeping great track of what I planted. I’ve been repeatedly telling myself that tomorrow, they’ll reveal what they are by sprouting something recognizable, at which point I’ll ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Alissa Saenz
    2 years ago
  • Blueberry-Basil Muffins
    A little bit of basil adds bright, fresh flavor to these blueberry muffins. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Liz
    2 years ago
  • Strawberry, Orange, Pineapple Smoothie
    In summer I could live on fruit, it’s so refreshing and tastes so good! I have smoothies for breakfast almost every day because they improve my digestion and my body needs something cold and nutritious to start my day with energy. Summers in the south of Spain are really hot, so I won’t crave oatmeal until next fall. This is one of my favorite recipes because is made with three fruits I love: strawberries, oranges and pineapple. You don’t have to use the same fruits or ingredients I do, so please feel free to make your own smoothies, they’re always delicious! If you want to know more about these delicious, healthy drinks, you should take a look at our ebook Simple Vegan Smoothies, you’ll find 31 new recipes and you’ll learn all you have to know about smoothies to make your own recipes. What do you have for breakfast in summer? Please let us know and leave a comment bellow!  Tips: Feel free to use your favorite fruits or what’s in season. Dates are optional, you can remove them or use any other natural sweetener, just add it gently until the smoothie is sweet enough for you. Use any plant milk instead of water if you want. Add some leafy greens to make your drink even more nutritious. Spinach is great because it doesn’t change the taste of the ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Iosune
    2 years ago
  • The Risks and Benefits of Sensible Sun Exposure
    Published on 2016-07-11By Michael Greger M.D.
    2 years ago
  • Incredible Chocolate Bundt Cake
    Incredible Chocolate Bundt Cake is easy but complex enough to make you feel as if you’ve created something very special.  The outcome is superb.  Check out the Ingredients! Here is a very simple way to spruce up your lifestyle.  Do...get the full recipe ... Click on the blue recipe title above 🙂 »              ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Ginny McMeans
    2 years ago
  • Anthony Ervin: The Rebel Olympian on Chasing Water, Finding Meaning in Gold & The Search For Authenticity
    “I’ve always felt the story of my life has been about being normal but on the fringes of abnormality, and ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By admin
    2 years ago
  • Black Sesame Tahini Vegan Banana Bread
    I’ve got some random thoughts for you today. First of all, this new red silicone baking dish is a lifesaver. Yes, it ruins my photos, but I’m in love. I’ve mentioned my favorite Silicone Baking Mats tons of times before, but I finally decided to buy some Silicone Loaf Pans off Taobao (Chinese Amazon) so that I don’t have to use my precious coconut oil every time I bake and so that clean up can be a cinch. Seriously, if you haven’t jumped on the silicone-baking-dish-bandwagon…GET ON IT!! Also, these past two weeks have been crazy busy with language, meetings, hosting, etc, etc. BUT this week it’s just Brett and I in town as lots of our friends are traveling. Continue reading Black Sesame Tahini Vegan Banana Bread... ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Faith
    2 years ago
  • 26 June 2016
    What do you think of the chants BOB has created for the first-ever “VEGAN (Because we Care!) Walk” Friday July 29 at noon from People’s Park in Berkeley to the World Vegan Summit & Expo on the Cal campus + $1,000,000 “Donation” at Work: Mercy For Animals Drops Opposition to “Cafe-Free” Egg Production to Campaign for It + Professors GARY FRANCIONE and ANNA CHARLTON talk about the importance of nutrition and health information in vegan advocacy. Check out our newest sponsor, Evolution – Vegan Dog & Cat Food – and – Vegan Supplement Compounds for Internal Disease. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Bob Linden
    2 years ago
  • Weegan t-shirts are here!
      Hi kids! Well. This post is long overdue. After launching the new line of vegan t-shirts back in April, I got started on some tees just for our vegan kids! I’ve had them ready, but wasn’t organized enough to launch it until I finished the plant-based doc project. Since coining the term “weegans” in Plant-Powered Families, I’ve had many requests for weegan t-shirts. They’re here! For these designs I worked with the fabulous vegan parenting duo at Sick On Sin. I’ve connected with Jen many times online over the years. (one day we hope to meet for real). Sick On Sin has some rad vegan tees, buttons and stickers for kids and adults, so be sure to hop over for a browse. This is one of my faves. As for my new weegan t-shirt designs, we have: jnfant onesies (I almost want another baby for this onesie!) toddler tees kids tees kids baseball tees (LOVE these) Weegan onesie in light blue color All options are in black and white, and there are some other color options. The colors aren’t visible initially through the link, but within each shirt choice there are colors available. Note: the weegan logo doesn’t show up well on a few of the dark colored t-shirts. Also, an update on the #hummusisafoodgroup and “vegans do it better” tees. These are now available in different colors as well! So, just choose the style you like, ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-11By Dreena
    2 years ago
  • JL news (catch-up) + Vegan News You Can Use (7/10/16)
    Well hello, stranger! I’m here today to offer no apologies for the decreased number of posts on this site and instead I to share some JL news before we get to the mostly regular weekly vegan news. First, I’m delighted to announce that I’ve joined the board of directors for Luvin’ Arms Animal Sanctuary. I announced it yesterday from the sanctuary on Facebook LIVE. I went nuts over the goats. Here’s Arya, in all her glory. Second, I have a new kitchen toy, and I’m obsessed. I bought an air fryer. What is the wizardry? Mongolian tofu. Mongolian soy curls. Simple air fryer tofu. Air fryer Paprika Potato Hash. Air fryer Buffalo soy curls. Air fryer Brussels sprouts. Well, I promise to share some recipes over the next week but in addition to being busy air frying (a fast-cooking healthier approach to fried, grilled and roasted vegan eats), I launched a Facebook group – Vegan Air Frying Enthusiasts – with my pal Michelle Donner. If you have an air fryer – or are air frying-curious, join us! (And don’t forget about my other Facebook group – Real World Vegan Meals – that I co-administer with Michael Suchman!) Third, I will soon be announcing a new book project – a collaboration with a dear friend, mentor, and colleague – that is ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-10By JL Fields
    2 years ago
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