In today’s episode, we will squawk about Vegan Drinks, poems about chickens, and the latest on the new Our Hen House TV show. We’ll also chat about chocolate, and when and why to feed law students sandwiches. There’s tons of “Rising Anxieties” to go over today, too – including fodder from Chipotle and NPR.
Joining us today is Tracy Martin, the rabbit-rouser from Rabbitron, a sanctuary in Washington state that is gearing up for its annual Easter campaign, which brings massive public awareness to the plight of bunnies.
For our review, the guys from Vegan Mos – Ethan Ciment and Michael Suchman – will join us for a double-header, where they’ll share their thoughts on the new cookbook, Armenian Vegan, and the cooking zine, Veganistan.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
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