In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we revisit a topic we first discussed back in episode 70. We’ll be discussing the cost of following a plant-based diet: whether it is more expensive than an omnivore diet, and some things you can do to eat plant-based for less.
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Resources Used for this Episode
- Vegan options are more expensive than their nonvegetarian counterparts. Can I afford to go vegan?
- How to Shop Your Way to a Healthy, Plant-Based Diet on a Budget
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Food for all is a necessity. Food should not be a merchandise, to be bought and sold as jewels are bought and sold by those who have the money to buy. Food is a human necessity, like water and air, it should be available.
— Pearl Buck
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Peace and Veggies,
Vickie and Larissa