On today’s episode, we chat about scoring free stuff on the street, Mariann’s latest foray into ethically-sourced clothing, the concept of “freedom” and what that might mean for animals, the latest stupidity caused by the horse drawn carriage industry here in New York City, and an update about the Our Hen House TV show.
Joining us today will be Lizbeth Pratt, a former rancher turned animal rights activist who also transformed her business into a vegan wonderland. She has an important story to tell, and we’re honored she’s telling it today on Our Hen House.
Then, we’ll be joined by Amanda Crow, who will be giving us her take on Miyoko Schinner’s book, Artisan Vegan Cheese. Amanda has never made her own cheese before, so this will be a first all-around. We think you’ll love what she has to say.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
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