Welcome to the 238th episode of Our Hen House, featuring Mickey Z [transcript], with a special review by Alessandra Seiter.
In today’s episode, we discuss almond milk, ex-vegans, preachy vegans, preachy ex-vegans, and animal agriculture’s most recent “Rising Anxieties.”
Joining us today is activist and writer, Mickey Z, who will talk about his new book — Occupy This Book — as well as share his refreshing worldview and vision for the future.
For our review, the very sweet Alessandra Seiter, of Farmer’s Market Vegan, will give us her take on some fantastic sweeteners that you could use in your sour life…or something like that. It’s a delicious review, you’ll see. (And, BONUS! Don’t miss Alessandra’s recipe for Salted Caramel Date Loaf, which she refers to on today’s episode!)
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