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The Vegan Science YouTuber - Mic the Vegan, Part 2 of 2

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The Vegan Science YouTuber - Mic the Vegan, Part 2 of 2

We see the map, the Google Trends and you can see the interest going up in virtually every country that you look at that uses the word vegan. It’s a massive trend. And so over time l think more and more people will do it, it’ll become more mainstream. I mean it’s a very selfless thing to be interested in being better for the animals. And then especially foe me, it’s also about health too, so being caring about yourself enough to try and be healthier is huge because, it’s kind of a hard thing to look at and say I can, if l really love myself then l should be eating food that’s healthier.
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2019-05-30   6710 Преглед
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2019-05-30

The Vivacious Vegan Ambassador, Jane "Unchained" Velez-Mitchell, Part 2 of 3

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The Vivacious Vegan Ambassador, Jane "Unchained" Velez-Mitchell, Part 2 of 3

Jane Velez-Mitchell’s enthusiasm in spreading the vegan message is inspirational. Her website, Jane Unchained, now reaches more than one million people. Jane and her team of volunteer contributors use every possible social platform to promote vegan living. “This is a crucial time. Every single person who wants to save this planet, go on social media every time you eat a vegan meal, put it on Instagram, go live on Facebooks. We need to flood social media with vegan content and normalize non-violence, and normalize non-violence, normalize veganism, normalize a compassionate lifestyle.” “We just finished a documentary called, ‘Countdown to Year Zero!’ Everybody needs to see ‘Countdown to Year Zero.’ It is the most important subject. If the world is uninhabitable for humans, it’s too hot to support human life, all the other issues will pale. And the solution is simply to eliminate the meat and dairy from our diet. It is the leading cause of climate change.”
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2020-01-02   596 Преглед
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2020-01-02

Dolly Vyas-Ahuja (vegan) - A True Voice for Ahimsa, Part 1 of 2

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Dolly Vyas-Ahuja (vegan) - A True Voice for Ahimsa, Part 1 of 2

Today, we are privileged to feature a charismatic lady, Dolly Vyas-Ahuja, whose powerful example of unconditional love and tireless work for our precious animal friends in the last five years are worthy of our high esteem and accolades. Dolly moved with her family to the USA as a one-year-old. Although her family had traditionally been vegetarian, she was allowed to adopt a non-vegetarian diet. One day in April 2014, however, she came across a speech online known as “The Greatest Speech Ever” by renowned animal freedom fighter Gary Yourofsky. She was so shocked by the graphic depictions of what occurs behind closed doors on the factory farms of the world that she had an emotional breakdown that night, turning vegan from that day on. Becoming vegan awakened Dolly to the long spiritual heritage of her motherland, which is centered around the concept of ahimsa. Dolly upholds the ethics behind ahimsa in all forms, decrying not just meat and dairy, but also the use of honey, silk, eggs, and leather. She is dismayed that India, where cows are held sacred, is today one of the largest exporters of leather in the world. “A lot of people don't know, but India is one of the largest beef exporters in this world.” “We need to get this word ahimsa back, that originated in our country, because we've become so far away from it.” To achieve that goal, Dolly has been working tirelessly on a feature-length documentary entitled “The Land of Ahimsa,” which is scheduled for release in late 2020. “The Land of Ahimsa covers my journey of going vegan overnight, and going back to India to my motherland with two new sets of eyes to see – to see animal cruelty for the first time. And the movie covers a lot of amazing people here in the United States and in India.”
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2020-11-19   228 Преглед
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2020-11-19

A Journey to Veganism with Selene Nelson, Part 2 of 2

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A Journey to Veganism with Selene Nelson, Part 2 of 2

We spoke to Selene in early February, 2020, at the Plant Powered Expo in London, where we were so excited to learn about her new book Yes Ve-Gan! Let’s hear what she had to tell us about this exciting time in her life. “So my new book Yes Ve-Gan! was published a month ago and it’s a blueprint for vegan living, so it’s letting people know how they can make the change and also explaining why you would want to; so it does cover the three main points: health, the environment and animals. But the reason why I really wanted to write it was because I wanted to communicate the joy of veganism; how happy it makes you, just something I never anticipated.” “The biggest shock I had when I went vegan was how much I loved it and that’s something that I see reflected all the time in other vegans. Every vegan I know says their only regret is not doing it sooner and I think there is a reason for that.” In 2018, Selene found herself in the middle of a public media storm when William Sitwell, the editor of a highly respected publication, Waitrose Food magazine, ridiculed her pitch to publish a series of vegan recipes. The email mocking vegans made headlines prompting lots of conversations on mainstream news media. In the midst of the storm, Selene had the opportunity to meet with the editor and talk about veganism, which reached over 650 million views online. Looking back at this episode in her career, Selene said, “I definitely didn’t expect that reaction from the editor. But I also never could have anticipated how big the story became and how angry it made some people. And I did already know that veganism was a highly divisive subject, but what that issue really brought home was the fact that eating animals, or not eating animals, is an extremely contentious issue.” In fact, one year later, William and Selene ended up on the cover of ‘The Telegraph Magazine’ talking about veganism. The beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai applauds all the vegan media in the world, and had this to say at a climate change conference in Washington DC. “The media has a very important role in our society, everybody knows that. The printed words are very powerful. People are too busy with their daily activities, so they look to the media for informing and reporting relevant events, important matters, and all necessary information for their lives. So, the media is a useful tool to awaken one another at this crucial time: a time when our planet and the lives on it are in danger.” Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Joyfully presents the Shining World Courage & Compassion Award to Selene Nelson, with all love and high salute for your noble work. May you enjoy continued success and constant protection by Heaven.”
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2020-09-10   562 Преглед
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2020-09-10

Emma Hurst – Unequivocal Voice for the Animals, Part 1 of 2

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Emma Hurst – Unequivocal Voice for the Animals, Part 1 of 2

The Honorable Emma Hurst is a member of the Australian state of New South Wales’ Legislative Council where she uses this platform to tirelessly campaign for animal protection reform and animal rights. Ms. Hurst is also a long time vegan, plant-based bodybuilder and a registered psychologist. “I didn’t want to kill animals. I had no idea that even eating organic or free-range eggs, meant that all day-old male chicks in the egg industry would be macerated. And that in the dairy industry, that calves will be torn away from their mothers and taken to slaughterhouses. When I read all this information, it was just like the lights switched on, and I just went vegan overnight. I worked for Animal Liberation for over a decade. I’ve also worked for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). And I decided that it was really people that needed to change, not animals.” Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Joyfully present The Honorable Emma Hurst the Shining World Leadership Award for Compassion, with all love, a big hug and best wishes, in Heaven’s grace. May you and all your supporters forever be in God’s favor.”
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2020-03-26   633 Преглед
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2020-03-26

Running for Good – ‘Queen of the Extreme’ Fiona Oakes (vegan), Part 1 of 5

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Running for Good – ‘Queen of the Extreme’ Fiona Oakes (vegan), Part 1 of 5

Today, it is our privilege to feature one of the top ultra-endurance athletes on the planet, Fiona Oakes, from Essex, England, UK. Fiona is one of the greatest athletes in the world judging by her records. She is the Guinness World Record holder for the fastest female in cumulative time to complete a marathon within the Antarctic Circle, as well as on the other six continents, at 23 hours, 27 minutes and 40 seconds. She also holds the Guinness World Records for the fastest female to complete a marathon on each of the seven continents plus the North Pole, in both aggregate time (28 hours, 20 minutes, and 50 seconds) and elapsed time (225 days and 18 hours). Fiona has been dubbed the “Queen of the Extreme” by her peers due to her grit in some of the most challenging races in the world. “I didn’t take to running because I wanted to run, I wanted to promote veganism and the benefits of a plant-based diet. I realized, I can rescue animals, and I can deliver harmonic existence for those in my care, but for the billions out there who are suffering, I can’t touch. How do I do that? And that was when I formulated the idea of going out and running. The reason was I wanted a platform to speak out.” “There was no social media at the time; the only thing that I was fairly good at was sports, but not running, but the only attention in sports for women was Paula Radcliffe who was running the marathon, and it had all kinds of hashtags, if you like. This is the toughest event in the athletic calendar, and if you can complete a marathon you can do anything.” Today, at the age of 51. Fiona’s running career remains in full swing. It is safe to say that she has proven what she had set out to prove: that a lifelong plant-based diet can sustain the highest levels of sports performance and physical health: “I am living proof of it, I’ve been running now for 20 years. I’ve got such versatility, and I am still doing it.” Supreme Master Ching Hai: “With tears of love and awe, gratefully present the Shining World Compassion Award to Ms. Fiona Oakes, with heartfelt praises and sincere respect for all that you do for our precious animal friends and the planet, plus a gift of US$21,000 as a humble token of support for your noble work. May you have continued success in your heartfelt, touching and inspiring endeavors and may the Providence bless you and your loved ones forevermore. You are a Saint!”
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2020-09-17   454 Преглед
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2020-09-17

Joaquin Phoenix - Acting for Humanity, Speaking for the Earth, Part 1 of 2

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Joaquin Phoenix - Acting for Humanity, Speaking for the Earth, Part 1 of 2

You may remember him as Emperor Commodus in “Gladiator,” as Johnny Cash in “Walk the Line.” Some may recognize his voice, as the narrator, for the compelling vegan documentary “Earthlings.” Or you may recall his role as the executive producer of the life-changing documentary ”What the Health.” Today we present the multi-talented actor, producer, music video director, musician, and a passionate activist for the animals, Joaquin Phoenix.
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2018-03-27   2297 Преглед
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2018-03-27

Vegan Mama, Grace Wong - Trailblazing Hong Kong’s Vegan Movement One Recipe at a Time

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Vegan Mama, Grace Wong - Trailblazing Hong Kong’s Vegan Movement One Recipe at a Time

Grace Wong has been a vegetarian for 26 years and vegan for six. In 2014, she created a Facebook blog site, “Vegan Mama Kitchen,” on which she has uploaded over 600 of her original vegan recipes, created over the course of just four years. In 2016, she published a popular vegan cookbook “simply VeganžSimply Grace.” Which her yoga and meditation practices, not only Grace’s creativity has been brought up from deep within, but also the love and happiness around her has been expanding ever more.
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2019-05-16   4970 Преглед
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2019-05-16

Keegan Kuhn (vegan) - On a Mission to Better the World Through Films and Music, Part 2 of 2

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Keegan Kuhn (vegan) - On a Mission to Better the World Through Films and Music, Part 2 of 2

On today’s program, we will continue with our tribute to the talented filmmaker and musician Keegan Kuhn, from California, USA. Mr. Kuhn is the founder of First Spark Media, a film production company dedicated to social justice causes. When “Cowspiracy” premiered in June 2014, Keegan and Kip did not expect that it would become such a global sensation. Thanks to the success of their films, Keegan and Kip became sought-after speakers around the world. Keegan is also Keenly aware that we are fast running out of time to save the planet. “We are in really dire times. We’re in the largest mass extinction the planet has seen in 65 million years. We are dealing with unprecedented ecological collapse, and I thank it’s really important that we take that seriously, and that we address it. And the biggest thing any of us can do is to adopt a vegan lifestyle.” In parting, we would like to invite you to enjoy a song rendered by Keegan, named “For the Innocent.” “With the callus of a slaughterhouse worker, For the billions senselessly murdered, I am vegan. I am vegan for the innocent.”
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2020-04-30   318 Преглед
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2020-04-30

Kate Strong, Surpassing Barriers and Leaving Footsteps of Love, Part 1 of 2

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Kate Strong, Surpassing Barriers and Leaving Footsteps of Love, Part 1 of 2

“My name is Kate Strong. I help individuals and corporations to remove the glass ceiling off their potential, so they can live a thriving and sustainable life.” Vegan role model Kate Strong is a living example that anyone can be ordinary and extraordinary in the same breadth. Her down-to-earth attitude is coupled with high altitude goals and dreams. As a triathlete, mentor and entrepreneur, Kate takes on the mind set of “Use your talents to empower yourself. Be independent, then help others do the same.” Not only does Kate “talk the talk” but she also “walks the walk” with a gold medal finish at the “Weihai ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships” in 2014. “We need to really connect our minds. We need to connect our hearts, and do what we know is best for ourselves. If we all center ourselves, and if we all look after ourselves, ultimately, the world will be a better place because no one would be ill.” “I truly believe that we can all live an abundant life, whilst also leaving the world a better place, both environmentally, socially, and economically. So, by living my life that ‘every being thrives,’ it’s important for me to vocalize how to do that.” Kate Strong lives a highly active life, showing others through example that a plant-based wholefoods diet is healthy, tasty and available in every corner of the world. Kate’s encouraging support of staying in a positive frame of mind and living for the moment inspires many followers to let go of old habits and embrace a higher way of life. She teaches that we are the only ones who can change ourselves today, and not to wait for outside circumstances to change first. With this mindset, the outside circumstances change automatically.
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2020-11-05   165 Преглед
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2020-11-05

Marc Pierschel - An Altruistic Spirit for Animals, Humans and the Planet, Part 2 of 2

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Marc Pierschel - An Altruistic Spirit for Animals, Humans and the Planet, Part 2 of 2

Everybody’s worried, but little is done. What we need now is action, action from the governments to inform people and to reinforce the new life-saving diet. That’s the vegan diet. I hope the governments would please, make it into law to forbid the killing of animals, to forbid any more animal livestock raising. If they are truly the leaders that pledge to protect their people, to improve their country in many aspects, then this is the first step we have to do. Stop the meat industry, stop the fish industry, stop the dairy industry, then our planet will be the way it was and even better.
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2019-07-04   4431 Преглед
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2019-07-04

Chris Delforce - Director of the Award-winning Documentary, “Dominion,” Part 1 of 2

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Chris Delforce - Director of the Award-winning Documentary, “Dominion,” Part 1 of 2

Chris is the writer and director of two eye opening animal documentaries, Lucent in 2014 and Dominion 2018. These two films shine a light into the everyday legal barbaric slaughtering in the animal factories in Australia and other parts of the world. Supreme Master Television was very privileged to meet up with Chris for an interesting interview in Melbourne, Australia to discuss his new documentary, and also find out a little bit more about the man behind the films.
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2018-10-09   2756 Преглед
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2018-10-09

The Ageless Vegan Health Coach, Linda Middlesworth, Part 1 of 2

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The Ageless Vegan Health Coach, Linda Middlesworth, Part 1 of 2

At the thriving age of 75, Ms. Middlesworth teaches two to three aerobic classes a day, sometimes as many as five, operates a full-fledged health coaching business, oversees the 4,300-member Sacramento Vegan Society, …and amazingly, still has plenty of energy for various social justice causes. In 2015, at the age of 71, she was awarded the top female honor of the animal protection group PETA’s Sexiest Vegan Over 50” contest. Thirty-one years ago, she was 50 pounds overweight, had barely recovered from breast cancer, and was diagnosed with heart disease and thyroid cancer. …It was at that point when Linda found her “Fountain of Youth.”
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2019-11-21   863 Преглед
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2019-11-21

Kate Strong, Surpassing Barriers and Leaving Footsteps of Love, Part 2 of 2

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Kate Strong, Surpassing Barriers and Leaving Footsteps of Love, Part 2 of 2

Although Kate lived a privileged life of comfort in her youth, her first sight of others in famine brought her to tears, and a deep-seated passion to serve and improve the quality of life for all beings was deeply instilled in her life values. Kate Strong has a befitting name for a motivation speaker and coach, but Kate explains that mental flexibility is also a strength, or even placing oneself in a situation that we haven’t experienced before and following our hearts. “Being strong isn’t being forceful. Being strong is actually a shift in consciousness. So, we need to step away from the win/lose model. We need to step away from telling, you know, forcefully doing things. I think the strongest thing we can do is pause, reflect and start listening to our heart. Everywhere in the world, we’re seeing more logical ways of being. We need to start feeling things, we need to go with the hearts leading, rather than our body being used as a vehicle to carry our all-important heads.” Supreme Master Ching Hai also agrees that even after enlightenment, one must make an effort to help the planet and all beings in every way possible, whether it be sharing good news or contributing in any positive way possible. “Sometimes, I go to a different restaurant outside, Thai restaurant, something special, I bought a lot, bring home to the staff. And every day I give some $100 Hong Kong Dollars to the cleaner in my room. I hide it inside the towel. So, whenever she takes the towel, ‘Ah!’ Surprised. I said, ‘Thank you for cleaning my room. God bless.’” “Make the best of your time when you’re out, smiling to people, strangers. ‘Hallo,’ ‘good day,’ whatever. Say hallo to your taxi driver, ask him if he is OK, wish him luck for his business. Shake hands with your doorman, your concierge, where you live, in your building. Say hallo, smile big. Bring him a piece of (vegan) chocolate or something. Make the best of your time. Spread love. Don’t be afraid. That’s what you should do.” Kate Strong takes these words to heart as she makes it a daily habit to lift people’s moods and bring a smile wherever she may be.
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2020-11-12   268 Преглед
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2020-11-12

The Fry Family – Crafting Food for Change Since 1991, Part 3 of 3

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The Fry Family – Crafting Food for Change Since 1991, Part 3 of 3

On today’s program, we will introduce you to Wally Fry’s daughter, Tammy Fry, who wishes to change the world and its people through the way they eat. Tammy is not only the Marketing Director of Fry’s, she is also a famous vegan blogger, athlete extraordinaire, public speaker, plant-based nutritionist, and the founder of Meat Free Mondays in South Africa and Australia. Tammy is a born vegetarian. "Bacon for a child could be a carrot. I mean, they don’t know that that came off an animal’s body, unless you’ve actually explained that to them. And I think sometimes, giving them the truth about what they’re eating will naturally turn them off.” “I learned really young, that in order to change people, you need to inspire them. So, you have to focus on the solution and show them, that actually, this is a great way to live; you inspire them to change rather. Having being an athlete myself for so many years, doing many hours of training every single day on a plant-based diet, showed me that was actually possible."
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2019-12-19   854 Преглед
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2019-12-19

Victoria Featherstone Pearce (vegan) and K-9 Angels, Part 1 of 2

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Victoria Featherstone Pearce (vegan) and K-9 Angels, Part 1 of 2

Today, we are glad to introduce you to Ms. Victoria Featherstone Pearce, who is an award-winning model, actress, TV host, animal activist and co-founder of the dog rescue charity K-9 Angels. Ms. Pearce always uses her voice whenever possible, to bring awareness to others about the importance of caring for our defenseless animals. “And I literally, at the age of six or seven, I stopped eating meat all together. I basically said to my mum, I’m not going to eat animals anymore. For me, the strong connection with animals was there from a very young age, and I became vegetarian. When I was 33, I discovered the dark side of dairy, and I decided that I was going to be vegan, I wasn’t going to have dairy anymore.” Eight years ago, Ms. Pearce started the dog rescue charity K-9 Angels with her friends. Finding the right home for a rescued dog is essential. K-9 Angels has made this one of their missions, to ensure the dogs they saved are well taken care of, and live in harmony with their newly found families. “It’s really about matching the right home to the dog and that’s how we do things. We are very stringent on our home checks that we do, so we don’t just willingly just give out dogs; they have to go through a home check and everything is taken into consideration, from the size of the fence, to how long they’re at home, how many children they have, would they understand a dog’s needs.” Many studies show that adopting a shelter dog has numerous benefits, such as relieving stress, improving one’s health, making people happier and more active and the best part is knowing that you are guaranteed love and companionship from your new furry family member. “In the UK, I believe there’s around 120,000 dogs up and down the country in shelters right now that are begging for homes, so that breaks my heart. On a daily basis I think of those dogs and I just think all they want is to be loved. All they want is to sit on a sofa, and someone to cuddle them. For me, helping those dogs means the absolute the world to me. It’s made me look at life differently as well, and have more compassion for everything and everybody. Seeing the dogs suffer has made me realize just how lucky I am and it makes you reflect on your own life as well. It just puts a perspective on what life is really all about. I think we should help one another and help where we can, and by doing that we help ourselves.”
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2020-08-18   321 Преглед
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2020-08-18

Plant-Based on a Budget with Toni Okamoto

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Plant-Based on a Budget with Toni Okamoto

Through her popular Plant-Based on a Budget website that has been featured in publications such as Reader's Digest, US News & World Report, and more, Toni has shared how to eat vegan while saving money in the process. I have created it from the beginning. I got to do the design, the photos, the recipes, the meal planning, and it has been in the works for two years. I'm so excited to share it with the world. I included 100 recipes, all of which are 30 minutes to make or under, and $30.00 for the week of meal planning; and it will help people whether they are experienced chefs, or they're just stepping in. I give basics and I also give how to save even more money.
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2019-07-11   3947 Преглед
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2019-07-11

A Journey to Veganism with Selene Nelson, Part 1 of 2

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A Journey to Veganism with Selene Nelson, Part 1 of 2

Selene Nelson is an author, freelance journalist and vegan activist. Her latest book, Yes Ve-Gan! is a well written guide on how and why to go vegan. Selene Nelson was a vegetarian up to 2017, when she made the transition to veganism. Let’s find out what motivated Selene to make such a change. “What motivated me to become vegan was my love for animals, first and foremost. I was already vegetarian, when I went vegan, because I’d seen slaughterhouse footage and I thought I just don’t want any part of that but it’s very easy to look away from the dairy industry and the egg industry. I did that very successfully for quite a few years and it got to a point where I couldn’t look away anymore and I confronted the reality of these industries and once you see the footage and you are aware of how awful it is, I realized I would be just a real hypocrite if I decided dairy cows didn’t matter in the same way I thought beef cows did. So, it was just a decision I felt compelled to make.” “I wanted to travel and just experience life and it was that travel experience that made me become vegan. As soon as I did, I felt like I wanted to spread the message of veganism and let people know the reality of animal agriculture and allow people to make up their own minds, because I didn’t know any of that stuff before I was vegan and I think if I had that information I would’ve made the switch sooner, so I kind of felt it was my duty or my calling as cheesy as it might sound to actually use my journalism to spread that message.” Selene writes about the three main reasons for veganism: health, the environment, and animal ethics. Having travelled so extensively around the world, she shared with us how the vegan movement was reflected in all the various countries and cultures plus the reasons to motivate the success of veganism around the world. “I think definitely in the UK and the US there has been a strong interest in the health side of it, particularly recently. You have documentaries like the Game Changers on Netflix that are really popular and getting people to understand that vegan diet is not only healthy but it can actually be the best diet for you.”
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2020-09-03   1637 Преглед
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2020-09-03

Benjamin Timmler, ”The Little Green Guy”

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Benjamin Timmler, ”The Little Green Guy”

Benjamin Timmler, a teenager, from Hof in Bavaria, Germany, wrote a vegan cookbook called “Grün Kerlchen” or “The Little Green Guy” at age of 14. What started as a school project, made its way onto a crowdfunding platform so that more people could benefit from not only the recipes, but the message behind the book, which is to love and care for animals, the environment and ourselves. Whoever made a contribution to help with the publication of the vegan cookbook received a printed version of it. Now 15 years old, Benny is a committed veganism advocate and we are honored to share with you his story.
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2019-05-28   4098 Преглед
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2019-05-28

Running for Good – ‘Queen of the Extreme’ Fiona Oakes (vegan), Part 2 of 5

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Running for Good – ‘Queen of the Extreme’ Fiona Oakes (vegan), Part 2 of 5

Today, we will continue our tribute to British endurance runner Fiona Oakes for her extraordinary accomplishments as an athlete and an animal rights advocate. For over two decades, Fiona has devoted her life to rescuing animals and promoting the benevolent vegan lifestyle. She cares for over 600 rescue animals at her animal sanctuary, Tower Hill Stables Sanctuary in Essex, England. Despite the 15-hour workdays and exhausting labor the sanctuary entails, she still finds the time and energy to maintain a strenuous regimen of training runs needed to compete on the world stage. “It is all done for the animals. My running I do to promote veganism, the sanctuary I do to nurture animals. And I’ve been vegan since I was six years old – completely self-inspired decision; my parents weren’t (vegan) at that time. So, my whole life has been pretty much dedicated to helping animals in some shape or form.” “And there’s so much you can learn from animals. Animals are a great leveler and a great teacher if you can listen to their message.” “With regards to the running, I run 9 times a week, about 100 miles (161 km) a week. That is really, really, tough to fit in at the level I am doing.” Thankfully, Fiona has help from some family members and a few volunteers. Two pillars of strength in her life are her mother, Meg and her life-partner, Martin. Fiona is also concerned about the disproportionately high environmental cost of animal-based food relative to plant-based food. In a recent Facebook posting on January 7, 2020, she wrote: “I quote Joseph Poore of Oxford University, ‘A vegan diet is probably the single biggest way to reduce your impact on planet Earth, not just greenhouse gasses, but global acidification, eutrophication, land use and water use.’”
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2020-09-24   305 Преглед
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2020-09-24
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