Welcome to the 309th episode of Our Hen House, featuring Dr. Michael Gregerand Mary Lawrence. As always, the award-winning, weekly Our Hen House podcast is hosted by us — Jasmin Singerand Mariann Sullivan.
On today’s episode, we keep the winter holiday ball rolling by squawking about our favorite vegan Hanukkah foods and the Hallmark ad that’s got us asking, “Rising Anxieties, much?”
Our feature interview today is with Dr. Michael Greger, whose latest book, How Not to Die, will tell you all you need to know about water, purple sweet potatoes, blackberries, red lentils, B12 tablets, and more.
Then, we’ll be joined by Mary Lawrence, chef and owner of Well On Wheels, Connecticut’s premiere vegan personal chef service. In addition to her culinary know-how, Mary also has a wealth of insight — which we’re lucky enough to have her share with us! — on how to get an animal rights committee into your local political scene.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights. There are some “Rising Anxieties,” too, so hold onto your tofu!
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Let’s get squawking!