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Thought for Food

There’s a very good argument that the single most important thing you can do for animals is to provide people with great vegan food. The more people wake up to the deliciousness and healthfulness of the food vegans love to eat, the more likely they are to wake up to the suffering caused by many of the foods they are used to eating. In Thought for Food, a wide variety of top-notch vegan chefs and food writers share their ideas, their attitudes, an occasional rant, and, most importantly, some of their finest cruelty-free recipes.

Tasty Activism: Extending the Hand of Compassion (BONUS: Recipes for Vegan Cheddar, and Vegan Cheddar Muffins)
September 23, 2013

Tasty Activism: Extending the Hand of Compassion (BONUS: Recipes for Vegan Cheddar, and Vegan Cheddar Muffins)

Ah, we are lucky chickens. Today, we welcome to Our Hen House vegan cookbook author John Schlimm. What strikes...

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Putting My Best Food Forward: Spreading Veganism through Enthusiasm (BONUS: Vegan Apricot Almond Snack Bars RECIPE)
July 16, 2013

Putting My Best Food Forward: Spreading Veganism through Enthusiasm (BONUS: Vegan Apricot Almond Snack Bars RECIPE)

Here at Our Hen House, we love Gena Hamshaw, the force behind Choosing Raw. But you know that already....

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Because Bunnies Can’t Type: How I Answer “Why Vegan?” with My Heart (Not My Head)
June 10, 2013

Because Bunnies Can’t Type: How I Answer “Why Vegan?” with My Heart (Not My Head)

It’s true that we try to remain indefatigably positive — whenever possible, anyway. There are a few things in...

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Protein in Vegan Diets: Take Advantage of the Options (BONUS RECIPE: Grape and Brazil Nut Chicken-Less Salad)
May 22, 2013

Protein in Vegan Diets: Take Advantage of the Options (BONUS RECIPE: Grape and Brazil Nut Chicken-Less Salad)

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One of my favorite things about our online magazine is getting to work with so many of my role...

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Sprout it Out: You Don’t Need a Green Thumb to Grow Green Things (BONUS: Easy Raw Vegan Soup Recipe)
April 8, 2013

Sprout it Out: You Don’t Need a Green Thumb to Grow Green Things (BONUS: Easy Raw Vegan Soup Recipe)

We welcome Liz Dee back to Our Hen House today to discuss growing things — food, vegan awareness, and...

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I Am a Compulsive Overeater … and a Vegan
March 14, 2013

I Am a Compulsive Overeater … and a Vegan

This is a subject not discussed nearly enough, yet I have a feeling it will resonate with so many...

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Peanut Butter for Vegan Advocacy (BONUS RECIPE: Curry Peanut Butter)
March 12, 2013

Peanut Butter for Vegan Advocacy (BONUS RECIPE: Curry Peanut Butter)

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As I type this – and I’m not kidding – the keys on my computer are sticky with remnants...

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Will You Be My Vegan Valentine? (BONUS: Recipe for Rhubarb Banana “Ice Cream”), by JL Fields
February 14, 2013

Will You Be My Vegan Valentine? (BONUS: Recipe for Rhubarb Banana “Ice Cream”), by JL Fields

By: JL Fields

Three years ago this month I went vegan. That transition was unplanned and unscripted. I had no idea that...

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To Eat with Joy: Healing Myself and Finding Compassion (BONUS: Kale Salad Recipe), by Gena Hamshaw
January 28, 2013

To Eat with Joy: Healing Myself and Finding Compassion (BONUS: Kale Salad Recipe), by Gena Hamshaw

Gena Hamshaw has appeared on our podcast more than once (most recently, she chatted with us about a study...

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Moving Beyond the Scale for a Happy Healthy 2013 (BONUS Recipe: Vegan Cinnamon and Walnut Banana Bread)
January 15, 2013

Moving Beyond the Scale for a Happy Healthy 2013 (BONUS Recipe: Vegan Cinnamon and Walnut Banana Bread)

To have Ginny Messina (The Vegan R.D. herself!)  and JL Fields (from the fabulous JL Goes Vegan) guest writing...

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A Brother and Sister at the Vegan Table
January 9, 2013

A Brother and Sister at the Vegan Table

We know that many of you will be jealous of writer Sarah E. Brown after reading her guest piece...

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