Welcome to the 77th episode of Our Hen House, featuring Beth Gallie, Susan Rooker, and Betsy Carson.
In today’s episode, we come to you from Portland, Maine, where we are speaking at the Maine Vegetarian Festival and experiencing all the vegan goodness that this pretty New England city has to offer.
Chatting with us today are VegFest organizer, Beth Gallie; as well the author of the children’s book Lucky Pigs, Susan Rooker; and the producer of the Maine-based vegan show, Delicious TV, Betsy Carson.
We’ll also be reviewing Gobble Green, a vegan gourmet meal delivery service.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
- “Riding the Tour De Vegetable” from The Wall Street Journal
- “Local Food or Less Meat? Data Tells the Real Story” from Harvard Business Review
- “Undercover Video Gives the Dirt on Pigs in Factory Farms” from Time Magazine
- “MPs defy government and agree to ban on use of circus animals” from The Guardian
“We must be able to take out of our desires and our visions a template or a pattern for the future.” -Audra Lorde
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