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Episode 78: “…the end of the beginning.”

By Jasmin and Mariann — July 09, 2011

Welcome to the 78th episode of Our Hen House, featuring Kelly Peloza and David Wolfson. 

In today’s episode, we talk about everything from the vegan ice cream we found at the Jersey Shore (Eddie Confetti), to the long-debated quandary of how to handle family members who eat animal products in front of you, to how to introduce animal issues to kids, and so much more. We’ll also tell you about a few shows we saw here in New York City, including one non-fiction reading series (Freerange Nonfiction) that featured a famous vegan comedian.

Joining us today is 20-year-old vegan cookbook author, Kelly Peloza, whose book – The Vegan Cookie Connoisseur – includes such goodies as cookies fashioned after famous drinks. Kelly, who started writing the book when she was 15, will give some tips on activism for young people. We guarantee you’ll be as inspired as we are by this incredibly successful do-gooder.

Shirley Temple Cookies by Kelly Peloza, The Vegan Cookie Connoisseur. We’ve tried these. Yes, they’re as good as they look. YUM.

For our news section, we’ll be joined by special guest animal rights lawyer David Wolfson, who will discuss with us the groundbreaking agreement to introduce federal legislation in the United States that will impact farmed animals.

For our review, we will tell you about the new vegan soap and body product line, Foreue.

Don’t miss our review of Foreue.

All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.

“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” -Winston Churchill 

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Jasmin’s 87-year-old vegetarian Grandma and her vegan button.






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