In today’s episode, we talk about two new fast food chains and the recent vegan offerings on their menus; whether we have the capability of having fun; and why Mariann recently found herself in a judge’s robe, talking animal rights.
Joining us today is Rich Hoyle, the fascinating guy behind Tennessee’s The Pig Preserve, an organization that takes on a “new approach to pigs at risk.”
For our review, Our Hen House’s Danielle Legg will fill us in on the all-vegan Better Booze Festival.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
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