100 episodes

The Bearded Vegans finds hosts Paul and Andy in a discussion dissecting all things vegan. News, reviews, interviews and in depth discussion of issues within the vegan community are regular features of the show.

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    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8, 280 Ratings

The Bearded Vegans finds hosts Paul and Andy in a discussion dissecting all things vegan. News, reviews, interviews and in depth discussion of issues within the vegan community are regular features of the show.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
280 Ratings

280 Ratings

stphsmth ,

Worth Subscribing in Perpetuity

This is my favorite vegan podcast! I love the thought-provoking deep dives and recaps
of current events. Please give them a listen. I guarantee that, like me, you’ll be a subscriber in perpetuity.

Inventedcity ,

Good but excessive filler small talk

Very good content but excessive in length. Each episode should be half of the current length. All the living room chatter is wasted time. Not sure I can continue to listen at this pace which is unfortunate as I do appreciate the content. Most podcasts that have two hosts tend to be wasteful of listener’s time and can be tightened.

Simkha ,

OK. Episodes are too long.

I've listened to a few episodes, but they are incredibly long, and I don't have the patience to sit through endless conversations about food. I've been vegan for 13 years, and was vegetarian for 16 before that, so I agree with animal rights and veganism, but I just don't really care about what food they eat where, how it tasted, etc. I've been able to find my own veg food for the last 30 years, and this aspect of the show really drags things out. I'm better off listening to Animal Voices in Canada, and, if it ever comes back, Which Side vegan anarchist podcast. The few episodes I've listened to of this one don't offer me anything new, and, again, the food talk is just about as boring as it can get. I didn't become vegan for good food (although vegan food is great, maybe except for Brussels sprouts and avocados) - I became vegan because I am concerned about the exploitation of animals. And in the end, from the few episodes I've heard, they may talk about a lot of topics, but they don't really bring much news, more just opinions (I could be wrong about this, because I have only listened to a few episodes, as I've said). So I can pass on this one.

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