Welcome to the 298th episode of Our Hen House, featuring Nick Cooney, with a review of Miyoko Schinner’s The Homemade Vegan Pantry (review by the wonderful Amanda Crow). As always, the Our Hen House podcast is co-hosted by us — Jasmin Singerand Mariann Sullivan.
On today’s episode, we discuss teeny tiny (vegan) grilled cheese sandwiches (thanks, Jay Astafa, VegNews, and MooShoes!); fancypants restaurants; the stellar LGBT outlets that covered our new video, Coming Out for Animals (join our Thunderclap campaign so that we can spread the word about this video as part of National Coming Out Day!); and evidence that the whole issue of what really happens on “humane” farms is bubbling to the surface. We’ll have plenty of “Rising Anxieties” today, too, as well as current events from the world of animal rights.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights. There’s a ton of Rising Anxieties today, too — so hold onto your seitan. The Our Hen House podcast is co-hosted by us — Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan.
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