Anne Heritage, the human who turned me Vegan and the activist behind caring for the world's oldest dog who also was kept on a Vegan diet, discusses how to be a companion to slave animals rather than a pet owner. We also discuss how property development is rapidly destroying the magical eco-systems around us.
Check out her book - Bramble the dog who wanted to live forever
Chris Cooney aka The Vegan Zombie and I discuss how he got lied to by a mock meat company.
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Michael Goodchild and I catch up on his exploration into Japanese culture as a way of beginning to be able to prevent one of the many metaphorical global tentacles keeping the animal abuse industries from stopping the crumbling with great speed and vapid humility. We also verbalise greatly today about things getting lost in translations.
The weird experience in the Japanese meat aisles Michael was on about:
The German McDonald's Vegan advertisement:
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In this one, Roy, a house mate from a vegetarian house in Manchester, swings by my parent's place in Somerset to give me a lift to a funeral in Bolton for fellow activist Therese Kearton.
While in Somerset we walk around reflecting on our farm raised childhoods.
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Dada Ravishekhara Nanda, an Ananda Margi monk, discusses a brief overview introduction to Ashtanga - the eight limb yoga system.
The very first bullet point of the entire guide to life is Ahimsa, the original term for Veganism - and we go on to discuss the rest of the guide on how to live the best life...
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We explore the dilemmas of terrible cooking slowing down the Vegan movement and discuss impossible burger giving customers Cheese from a Cow at an expo...
That and much more! (mostly us reading headlines from Farmer's Weekly)
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Veganism is a subculture on the rise - so we can learn from the other subcultures who got to this point and how to adapt to keep rising, whilst understanding the discernment of which aspects of others are not compatible with Veganism...
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The Vegan scene is getting so big, we can actually be gatekeepers of quality with our many forms of activism.
In this episode we focus on the sound of this movement as we enter the mainstream in 2019...