Sunday, March 28, 2010

NZ Vegan Podcast Episode 54 - New podcasts and blogs coming out and notes from the stall

Listen HERE

This week I relate some experiences from the street stall in the hopes that it will help anyone else who is promoting veganism to people.  Big shout out to William Paul for all his help and for being such a wonderful street stall colleague.

I also mention some new developments:
Barbara De Grande from Veganacious is doing a podcast!!!  Please subscribe on iTunes here and you can also listen to the first episode here.
Props to Jordan Wyatt from Coexisting with Nonhuman Animals for helping to make this happen.

OOO I just went to the blog to post the link and there is a NEW EPISODE UP!  You can access it here or I recommend subscribing on iTunes.

I also talk about singer-songwriter Ben Frost who is writing music in support of Animal Rights and posting the videos on YouTube
The first song is called I Am Someone - A Call for Veganism and the second one is called Killed for Taste, Loved for Companionship - The Notes of Moral Schizophrenia
Please subscribe to Ben on YouTube here

I mention a great new blog called Full Irish Vegan.  This is the bread I made: Wheaten Loaf Masquerading as Soda Bread.  It was so easy and delicious, especially with vegan butter and jam.

I talk about Professor Francione new commentary number 16.  Please listen here or even better, subscribe to the commentary on iTunes.

I mention Colleen Patrick Goudreau's podcast episode where she talks about personal choice.  You can hear it here


  1. Hi Elizabeth :)
    About the "pure vegetarian" I'd rather not even include the word "vegan" to describe a person who eats a vegan diet, simply because they're not vegan. I now use "plant based diet" which is better I think LOL but I totally get what you're saying.

    Also, I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed this episode. And your flickr stream is FANTASTIC I want to live with you so you can feed me what you cook hehe.

  2. Thanks Pao! I like that plant based diet, I will try to remember to use that myself. I love your cooking blog too, in fact you are totally the inspiration for the flickr stream :)