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Episode 289: “Wild tongues can’t be tamed, they can only be cut out.”

By Jasmin and Mariann — July 25, 2015

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Welcome to the 289th episode of Our Hen House, a place to find our way to change the world for animals.

Today we continue to feature the informational chats — otherwise known as “Ramblings” — that Mariann and I have at the start of each episode of the Our Hen House TV show, a co-production with Brooklyn Independent Media.

In this episode — our third of six summer specials –we’ll feature our Ramblings from Episodes 11 through 15 of the TV show, where we discuss how to make tempeh; celebrities who misrepresent veganism; veg fests; gourmet vegan cheese; the state of animal rights around the globe; and more.

To curate these segments, we welcome back Our Hen House’s own Media Coordinator Alessandra Seiter, of the blog Chickpeas & Change.

mic-transparent3You can listen to our podcast directly on our website (beneath this paragraph!) or you can listen and subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher! Also, if you like what you hear, please rate it on iTunes and Stitcher, and don’t forget to leave us a friendly comment! Of course, we would be thrilled if you would also consider making a donation, or becoming a member of our flock (especially if you’re a regular listener). Any amount is hugely appreciated and Our Hen House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so it’s tax-deductible! You can also dedicate a podcast episode! Don’t forget – we’re reader and listener supported. Plus, we offer some fantastic thank you gifts for your donations. Thank you for helping us create quality content, and for helping us bring you a new podcast episode each week! The Our Hen House theme song is written and sung by the incredible Michael Harren. Special thanks to OHH Media Coordinator Alessandra Seiter for acting as the Associate Producer of the Our Hen House podcast!

“Wild tongues can’t be tamed, they can only be cut out.” ~Gloria Anzaldua.

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