The Vegetarian Zen Podcast
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In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast we welcome Heather Beck of K9 Lifeline, a company that specializes in training, education, and care of dogs. Larissa and I first learned about K9 Lifeline when we were watching one of
In this episode of The Vegetarian Zen podcast we welcome Doug Hines, CEO of Atlantic Natural Foods, maker of sustainable, affordable, convenient plant-based products. We talk to Doug about his experiences at Bumblebee; about how the commercial fishing industry is destroying
Let’s say that you have a friend who is interested in exploring a plant-based lifestyle and wants to start by trying some simple vegetarian recipes at home. What are the best vegetarian cookbooks for beginners you would recommend? Well, we
In this episode of The Vegetarian Zen podcast, we welcome Joanne Roach of The Foodies, a site that helps children understand where food comes from. It’s all about trying new things to make the link between the seasons and their plates. Disclaimer:
In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we welcome Tyler Mayoras, CEO and co-founder of Cool Beans, a company that strives to bring whole-food goodness to the frozen foods section of your grocery store by creating minimally processed food
Growing hot peppers is definitely something that I’ve been considering, especially since we’ve been expanding our backyard garden. In this episode we talk to expert pepper grower Jenny TB of Grow Hot Peppers about the best way to get started
In this episode of The Vegetarian Zen podcast, Larissa and I discuss a few recent plant-based news stories that have caught our attention. Disclaimer: Information on this site and on our podcast is presented for educational purposes only. Always speak
I recently completed Rouxbe‘s Culinary Rx online cooking course. Even though I completed their Forks Over Knives course in 2018, I wanted to see if this course (which is quite a bit less expensive) would be worth the price which,