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VZ 392: Teaching Kids to Grow, Cook, and Taste the Seasons with Joanne Roach
In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we welcome Joanne Roach of The Foodies (thefoodies.org) which is a site that helps children understand where food comes from. It’s all about trying new things to make the link between the seasons and their plates.
Check out the show notes here.
VZ 391: No Oil? No Problem! How to Cook Without Oil
In episode 390 of the podcast, we talked about some simple swaps you can make in cake mix to make it a vegan cake mix.
Inspired by that discussion, we’re going to expand our discussion of “swaps” in the oil space. In this episode of The Vegetarian Zen podcast, we’re going to give you some tips for cooking without oil. Yes, it is possible!
VZ 390: Fabulous Vegan Cake Mix for the Baking-Challenged
Who doesn’t love a good cake? If you’re a vegetarian who still consumes some eggs and dairy, baking cakes at home won’t change much for you.
However, if you’re vegan or just trying to consume fewer eggs and dairy, cake-baking can be a bit more challenging, especially at the beginning of your plant-based journey.
In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we’re going to talk about how you can easily veganize cakes you make at home including how you can take a box of cake mix and easily make it vegan.
Be sure to visit the show notes for quick links to everything we discuss.
VZ 389: 8 of the Best Vegan Yogurt Brands of 2021
In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we’re going to talk about 8 of the best vegan yogurt brands of 2021 as named by our amazing closed Facebook Group, The Peas and Carrots Society. With so much change happening in the plant-based space we like to keep you, our listeners, up to date on the latest and greatest so that’s what we’re going to do here today.
For complete show notes
and links to all the things we mention, head out to vegetarianzen.com/389.
VZ 388: Tyler Mayoras and the Making of Cool Beans
In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we welcome Tyler Mayoras, CEO, and co-founder of Cool Beans, which strives to bring whole-food goodness to the frozen foods section of your grocery store by creating minimally-processed food that is good for your body, soul, and for the planet.
We will talk to Tyler about his own plant-based journey, about his inspiration for creating Cool Beans, and about what he sees in the future for the plant-based industry.
VZ 387: Growing Hot Peppers with Jenny of Grow Hot Peppers
In this episode of The Vegetarian Zen podcast, we welcome Jenny TB of Grow Hot Peppers. Jenny loves to garden and taught herself how to grow all kinds of pepper varieties and today, she’s going to talk about how you can get started growing your own peppers no matter what space limitations you may have.
I love this podcast, down to earth, honest, helpful!
Love from teachingmums.com xx
Lovely, inclusive and informative
I try to research vegetarian ethics and nutrition as much as I can but Vickie and Larissa always have something new to offer. I discovered this podcast 2 years ago when I was going through a really difficult time and couldn't sleep. It was like having lovely, warm friends I could hang out with anytime, even in the darkest hours. I'm so grateful to have found this. Now my 6 year old son loves to snuggle up and listen too. He says 'can we listen to the vegetarian ladies?'.... I finally got round to buying them a juice too!
I look forward to this podcast every week, the hosts Vickie and Larissa are so positive and calm, and their advice so practical and well intentioned that I find it a wonderful dose of zen!
As a vegetarian I find useful tips constantly and I feel no pressure or judgement to go vegan or change the way I eat, besides trying to get in a few extra veggies where I can. Just a lovely show.