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Dilip Barman, So Many Cooks in the Kitchen Dilip Barman has been involved with plant‐based lifestyle for decades. He is President of the Triangle Vegetarian Society in North Carolina where he hosts the country’s largest vegetarian (all vegan) Thanksgiving. He is a Food for Life instructor (and has a promotional video); Food for Life is a nutrition …
 
Jim Mason, An Unnatural Order, The Roots of Our Destruction of Nature Jim Mason was trained as a lawyer. He was one of the founders and editor of the Animals Agenda magazine, and co-author (with Peter Singer) of Animals Factories (1090) and he Ethics of What We Eat (2006). He has written articles for The New York Times, New Scientist, Newsday, Orio…
 
Hartglass & De Mattei, California Here We Come Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei share their food journal and observations from driving on I 80 from New York to California. Links mentioned in the program: Pinellia Vegan South Bend, IN Zest Kitchen, Salt Lake City, UT True Food Kitchen, with many locations across the United States. Garden Fresh, Ve…
 
Cattle Grazing on Public Lands and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Driving through Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah and Nevada this week, Hartglass and De Mattei saw the endless miles of cattle grazing on public lands. It prompted their decision to air the IT’S ALL ABOUT FOOD 2009 interview with Mike Hudak regarding cattle grazing on public lands. A cur…
 
Part I: Andrea Young, Sweet Vegan, A Chocolate Experience! Chef Andrea Young, founder of Sweet Vegan returns to It’s All About Food to share what she has been up to during the pandemic. Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei get to try Sweet Vegan’s Spring Break box of Energizing Espresso, Raspberry Royale, Strawberry Sensation, Tanjin Spice truffles. …
 
David Blatte, The Vegan Imperative David is a former animal law attorney, executive director of Vegan Action, cofounder of Dharma Voices for Animals, and director of the film Animals and the Buddha. He has been advocating for veganism for over 30 years. Hartglass & De Mattei continue the conversation about The Vegan Imperative. They’ll talk a bit a…
 
Jeff Chilton, Organic Mushroom Extracts Jeff Chilton, raised in Pacific Northwest, studied ethno-mycology at the University of Washington in the late sixties and started working on a commercial mushroom farm in Olympia, Washington in 1973. During the next 10 years he became the production manager, responsible for the cultivation of over 2 million p…
 
Skye Michael Conroy, Crafting Seitan, Creating Homemade Plant-Based Meats Skye Michael Conroy began his journey as a vegan chef as a hobby but he evolved as he studied the culinary arts in depth, and in 2014 he received the plant-based professional certificate of completion from Rouxbe Cooking School taught by chef Chad Sarno. For more information …
 
Gretchen Primack, Kind Gretchen Primack is a poet, educator, and indie bookseller living in New York’s Hudson Valley. She has taught and/or administrated with prison education programs (mostly college) since 2006. She’s the author of three poetry collections: Kind (Lantern Publishing), which explores the dynamic between humans and other animals in …
 
Gary L. Francione, Why Veganism Matters, the Moral Value of Animals Most people care about animals, but only a tiny fraction are vegan. The rest often think of veganism as an extreme position. They certainly do not believe that they have a moral obligation to become vegan. Gary L. Francione—the leading and most provocative scholar of animal rights …
 
Josh Balk, Farm Animal Protection Josh Balk is vice president of Farm Animal Protection for the Humane Society of the United States. He’s led the country’s transformational legislative campaigns that criminalize factory farming practices, including spearheading the historic California Proposition 12 ballot measure, the world’s strongest law for far…
 
Ellen Ecker Ogden, The New Heirloom Garden, Designs, Recipes, and Heirloom Plants for Cooks Who Love to Garden Ellen Ecker Ogden is a Vermont writer and the author of The Complete Kitchen Garden and other books on food and gardens. She cofounded The Cook’s Garden seed catalog, introducing cooks and gardeners to European specialty vegetables, herbs,…
 
Dan Pucci and Craig Cavallo, AMERICAN CIDER: A Modern Guide to a Historic Beverage Dan Pucci is one of the nation’s leading cider experts. He was the founding beverage director at Wassail, New York City’s first cider bar and restaurant, and has since traveled the country in a continued pursuit of cider education, awareness, and research. He is a pa…
 
Omowale Adewale, Brotha Vegan, Black Men Speak on Food, Identity, Health, and Society Omowale Adewale is an activist and organizer, and the founder of Black VegFest, a network of African American festivals celebrating veganism, wellness, social justice, and resilience throughout the United States. A former athlete in bodybuilding and track and fiel…
 
Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei discuss their Valentine’s Day menu and how to celebrate Mardi Gras virtually. They comment on the recent On Being Podcast with Alain de Botton entitled The True Hard Work of Love and Relationships. They also cover a recent report on high dose Vitamin C and Zinc supplementation’s impact on COVID-19. Links mentioned…
 
Rosa Abreu-Runkel, Vanilla Dominican born and raised in the United States, Rosa Abreu-Runkel is currently an assistant professor at New York City College of Technology (CUNY), Hospitality Management Program. She has held various mid and executive level management positions in Food and Beverage with, among others, Marriott International, Millennium …
 
Brenda Sanders, Veguary Brenda Sanders is a vegan food justice activist who Co-Founded Thrive Baltimore, a community resource center that offers free classes, workshops, cooking demos and other programming that supports people in living a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle. She’s also Executive Director of Afro-Vegan Society, a nonprofit organiz…
 
Ramin Ganeshram, Saffron, A Global History Journalist and chef Ramin Ganeshram is the author of a number of cookbooks and The General’s Cook: A Novel. Explore the dramatic history of the world’s most expensive spice in Saffron: A Global History. Literally worth their weight in gold, sunset-red saffron threads are prized internationally. Saffron can…
 
Hartglass & DeMattei, Cepes and Crêpes and Celebrating Veganuary Caryn Hartglass and Gary DeMattei are in the studio at Responsible Eating And Living Headquarters to talk to you about cepes and crêpes and the importance of terroir when it comes to the flavor in food, on land and in the sea. They’ll also be giving delicious Veganuary food tips. Link…
 
Nava Atlas, Plant-Powered Protein Nava Atlas is a vegan cooking expert and the author of many bestselling cookbooks, including 5-Ingredient Vegan, Vegan on a Budget, Wild About Greens, and Vegan Holiday Kitchen. Nava also creates visual books on women’s issues and runs two websites, TheVeganAtlas.com and LiteraryLadiesGuide.com. She lives in the Hu…
 
In this episode the following are discussed: FTC Releases Follow-Up Study Detailing Promotional Activities, Expenditures, and Nutritional Profiles of Food Marketed to Children and Adolescents. F.D.A. Offers Broad New Rules to Fight Food Contamination. Current Good Manufacturing Practice and Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Hum…
 
Hello, everybody, I’m Caryn Hartglass and you’re listening in the 117th episode of Ask A Vegan. It’s the 2nd of December 2012. I’ve been enjoying counting these episodes. I can’t believe that so many have already happened. I’m not a point where I’ve started to transcribe these podcasts. And I think, ultimately, they are all……
 
ASK A VEGAN PROGRAM TRANSCRIPTION: Hello everybody! I’m Caryn Hartglass and you are listening to the Ask A Vegan show. It is the 25th of November 2012. Thank you for joining me today. I missed last week. And it always seems like such a long time when a week goes by and I haven’t done…By Caryn Hartglass
 
TRANSCRIPT: Hello everybody. I’m Caryn Hartglass and you’re listening to the 115th episode of Ask A Vegan. Time marches on doesn’t it? Things just add up. We have so many podcasts now on the Responsible Eating And Living website; over 300 hours of information. I hope from time to time you visit our It’s All……
 
In this program, I talk about tips for emergencies: food, water, lighting. TRANSCRIPT: Hi Everybody! I’m Caryn Hartglass and you are listening to the 114th episode of Ask A Vegan. It’s the 4th of November 2012, and what I want to talk about today is Emergency Preparedness. We just went through Hurricane Sandy here in……
 
Inspired by the Food And Drink issue of the New York Times Magazine I discussed the Michael Pollan’s article on the food movement, famers markets, community, and government action, the Food from California’s Central Valley and eating in Greenland omnivores only or as a vegan. Other topics covered in the episode include: Using recipes from……
 
The following articles and topics were covered in this 110th episode: No Appetite for Good-for-You School Lunches Do Exercise Programs Help Children Stay Fit? GOP bill would repeal Agriculture Dept. calorie caps on school lunches What’s wrong with counting calories. FTC Issues Revised “Green Guides” Will Help Marketers Avoid Making Misleading Envir…
 
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