34 episodes

a podcast by Black people

Goats and Oats Podcast zipporah

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 45 Ratings

a podcast by Black people

    Pets

    Pets

    Vegan or not? There is so much noise around pets and whether or not pet ownership is vegan. As usual, we do not provide a clear cut answer to this question because the discussion around companion animals is complex so you'll have to listen to the episode in full to get our opinions on the topic.

    If you liked this episode, remember to share it with a friend or in your social media networks. You can tag us @goatsandoatspodcast on instagram. We can't wait to connect with you and hear your thoughts on this episode. 

    Happy Halloween! 

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Earthlings

    Earthlings

    In this episode Jay and Zipporah discuss the infamous vegan documentary that is earthlings. In doing so, we begin to understand the waywardness that is yt veganism and why many yt folk are influenced to go vegan after watching these kinds of documentaries that so boldly compare the exploitation of non human animals to that of Black and Jewish people during Slavery and the Holocaust respectively.

    If you haven't watched the documentary, we invite you to do so before or after listening to the documentary so that you can more accurately understand and clock the instances of anti-Blackness, colourblindness, and anti-semitism first hand as they may be subtle to those of you who are just beginning to decolonize your veganism. 

    Link to the "documentary" : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gqwpfEcBjI&t=2683s 

    Don't forget to follow us on social to keep the conversation going! instagram.com/goatsandatspodcast

    • 1 hr 34 min
    Pronouns

    Pronouns

    In this week’s episode we discuss pronouns, misgendering and what to do when you’re held accountable for causing harm. Jay (they/them) and Zipporah (they/them and/or she/her if you’re Black) discuss all of this and more. If you liked this episode, don’t forget to rate it wherever you listen to podcasts, it helps tremendously!

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Eating Disorders

    Eating Disorders

    TW: throwing up, bulimia and other eating disorders 

    Update since posting this episode: A&W has since released their plant based nuggets. Go ahead and try them out! We also discuss 

    In this episode we discuss the intersections between eating disorders and veganism as two people who have recovered from. 

    We explore the following topics: 


    How a strict whole food plant based diet often promotes orthorexic eating patterns
    How eating plant based in 2021 is a lot different than in 2001 (resources, inspo, alternatives, costs thereof and accessibility thereto)
    How taglines such as “All food is good food” push people to think that if you're not eating the “real thing” you’re doing something wrong in recovery, when in reality plant based foods are just sourced differently, they're not any less authentic or real
    How listening to your hunger cues can be complicated and sometimes impossible when taking ADHD medication for example of while smoking and how those can also be used to restrict
    Tips for going vegan with an eating disorder (anchoring yourself in your why, transitioning slowly, swapping foods instead of cutting them out, and being consistent in the swaps you make)

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Make the content you wanna see

    Make the content you wanna see

    On this week’s episode, we discuss the nuance between having a social media presence and being in a position to comment on every and any issue. We also discuss the plagiarism we face as content creators and discuss our individual boundaries around the content we create. We hope that this episode gives you an insight into how we operate online and offers you with the courage to be the change you want to see in the world. You know where to find us if you want to keep the convo going! It’s Instagram.com/goatsandoatspodcast btw 🤫

    • 1 hr 35 min
    Vegetarians

    Vegetarians

    We're back and we're kicking off season 3 by dragging vegetarians. Regrettably, vegans are often seen as being in the same boat as vegetarians and today, we're putting an end to that falsehood. As two ex-vegetarians turned vegan, we roast our former selves and then some! It's a good time, but certainly not for the faint of heart. @ meat eaters, pescatarians, vegetarians, etc. : before you get in your feels, remember that we are directing this drag to those who are *able* to go vegan. 
    If you liked this episode, tell a friend and don't forget to follow us @goatsandoatspodcast, your go to source for all things decolonized veganism!

    • 1 hr 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

🅱️istisDad ,

I’m OATSESSED (kill me 4 this joke)

Over the last couple months I’ve driven from Albuquerque to New Jersey and then from New Jersey back to Albuquerque and chose to binge listen to this podcast and because I’ve been following zipporah on TikTok for a while and love their content.I’m so glad I chose this podcast to accompany me.Despite the fact that I was driving 65+ combined hours all alone it felt like I was on a road trip with two incredibly knowledgeable and wonderful pals. As a polyamorous pansexual chubby nonbinary vegan it was great to not only be able to hear them talk a lot about issues that affect me and that I care about deeply about but to also hear them talk about true the lens of black vegans, as black vegans are rarely given platforms or spaces to talk about what a veganism based on harm reduction as a result of the white supremacist colonialist capitalist world we live in looks like. I truly hope the future of veganism and liberation movements as a whole is one that lead by people like jay and zipporah. Sorry for the length of this, i just adore this podcast. I’m frantically recommending it to anyone who will listen lol.

karsonbo ,

Love love LOVE

Zipporah and Jay do such a fabulous job of examining and presenting these topics with their own impressive history of research, academia, and most importantly, lived experience. Leaving no space for waywardness, they are able to break these concepts down and decolonize conversations relating to activism, veganism, and other human experiences. These two are incredible and I’ve learned so much!

veggiekayla ,

More more more!!

Love learning with these hosts, great topics, so much insight, solid content, I can’t ever wait for more!

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