The 10-minute curated-content plant-based podcast. Hear from experts about plant based and vegan living every weekday.
There's so much great content online! I curate the best plant based content from experts, get their permission, and read it to you here.
You'll hear from experts like NutritionFacts.org, Forks Over Knives, Climate Healers, Food Revolution Network, The Good Food Institute, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Vegan Family Kitchen, Society for Humane Science, The Minimalist Vegan, Switch 4 Good, United Poultry Concerns, and many more.
I cover a variety of topics ranging from plant based health and nutrition, to animal welfare and liberation, to planet-friendly, sustainable living and vegan food, entertainment, travel and lifestyle.
The plant based revolution has only just begun. Interest in plant-based foods, cultivated meat, cruelty-free products and sustainable living is skyrocketing.
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[Part 2] The 5 Reasons Why I'll Be Vegan Forever by Sandra Nomoto at SandraNomoto.com
Sandra Nomoto shares the reasons she’ll be vegan forever. Part 2 of 2.
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[Part 1] The 5 Reasons Why I'll Be Vegan Forever by Sandra Nomoto at SandraNomoto.com
Sandra Nomoto shares the reasons she’ll be vegan forever. Part 1 of 2.
How Not to Die from Cancer by Dr. Michael Greger at NutritionFacts.org
"That chicken wing you're eating could be as deadly as a cigarette." Dr. Michael Greger at NutritionFacts.org explains how not to die from cancer.
5 Takeaways from 'Seaspiracy', the Viral New Netflix Documentary by Courtney Davison at ForksOverKnives.com
In today’s briefing Courtney Davison at ForksOverKnives.com summarizes 5 key takeaways from the viral Netflix documentary ‘Seaspiracy’. Good information for World Ocean Day today!
PlantPure Communities Culinary Philosophy and Minimal Cooking Ideas by PlantPureCommunities.org
WFPB? SOS-free? Oil free? PlantPure Communities shares their culinary philosophy as well as some quick, simple healthy meal ideas.
"Mindful" Meats? by Hope Bohanec at HumaneHoax.org
In honor of National Animal Rights Day this Sunday, June 6th, I’m reading this article by Hope Bohanec of United Poultry Concerns and The Humane Hoax. Hope discusses the flagrant humane-washing in the animal agriculture industry and longs for the day when slaughterhouses are relics of a violent past.
Plant Based Briefing
This is such useful and relevant information communicated clearly and concisely. I have learned so much!
The Best Great Reset podcast ever!
How about this? When carnivorous space aliens come down and begin feasting on human flesh due to their superior technology and intellect, the podcast host exclaims “I’ll just “convince” them to reject carnivorism and become vegans!” And of course they do, because liberal snowflakes are so irresistibly convincing and articulate and apparently not very tasty. But here’s the kicker, humans compromise and agree to “donate” human muscle cells so that the aliens would have a ready and ample supply of lab-grown meat, in case they fall off the wagon and revert to their traditional dietary habits. All this liberal far fetched drivel to open the listening audience to these ideas: 1, that everyone will become vegan to save the planet, and 2. those that don’t will naturally need and have a taste for this highly energy intensive “lab grown Franken-meat”.
She (the host) is clearly delusional, and this coming from a plant-based food guy, because this plant-based way of eating I chose was a choice among a natural myriad of choices, and a State-mandated vegan diet would be a short-lived disaster, entirely out of the question, particularly since vegans tend toward veganism because they are elitists and couldn’t stand the thought of being “common”. Vegans claim to be pacifists, but while that may be true, it is more than that. Vegans are vegan because of the religiosity of it, that it puts them on a higher spiritual plane by doing nothing but abstaining and doing or buying “special things”. It is a basic form of self-idolatry which rejects a traditional God, usurping Him by becoming an all peaceful, non-violent being with a very clean colon. Vegans typically get their sense of self-worth from their degree of dietary and philosophical purity, which makes them highly unstable.
So, in a nutshell, I’m really not a big fan of this podcast as it was full of liberal, Statist, socialist drivel, and not much useful information. I’d stick with “Nutrition Facts”.
Good way to absorb the info without having to do the research. I like the variety of topics.