In this episode of The Vegetarian Zen podcast Larissa and I are thrilled to have Diane Rose-Solomon to the show. Diane’s an animal rescue advocate, award-winning author, filmmaker, and the creator of What’s Plant-Based Cooking Good Looking?.
A certified Humane Education Specialist, Diane has transformed her life and others through her dedication to animal welfare and plant-based cooking. We talk to her about her journey of companion animal rescue and the power of plant-based cuisine.
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Who Is Diane-Rose Solomon?
Diane Rose-Solomon is a passionate advocate for living a whole food plant-based lifestyle. Since adopting a vegan diet in 2019, she has been dedicated to promoting compassionate living.
Diane has a Masters in Social Entrepreneurship and Change from Pepperdine University and a Plant-Based Nutrition Certification at Cornell.
Driven by her knowledge and her own personal health transformation, Diane couldn’t resist sharing her passion for cooking and eating plant-based with others.
Although she continues to expand her own plant-based journey, she has created a warm and welcoming community called What’s Plant-Based Cooking Good Looking?.
In addition to her expertise in plant-based living, Diane is a Certified Humane Education Specialist and an accomplished author of multiple award-winning books on animal rescue. Through her film company, Animal Magic Films, she has also produced a series of impactful short films exploring the profound connection between humans and animals.