Welcome to the 241st episode of Our Hen House, featuring two very foodie reviews by Alessandra Seiter [transcript], and Ethan Ciment and Michael Suchman.
This episode will kick off our two-part series of (vegan) food, (vegan) food, and more (vegan) food! Both of these shows are sure to get your tastebuds tingling with reviews of nightstand-worthy vegan cookbooks and some of our favorite animal-friendly eats.
Today, we welcome back to Our Hen House our favorite intern Alessandra Seiter of the blog Farmers Market Vegan, who will enlighten us about the various vegan mayonnaise brands on the market.
Then, we’ll check in with the Vegan Mos themselves Ethan Ciment and Michael Suchman for a glimpse into the world of Mistress Ginger and her new cookbook.
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“It is a kind of theological folly to suppose that God has made the entire world just for human beings, or to suppose that God is interested in only one of the millions of species that inhabit God’s good earth.” -Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Episode 241: “It is a kind of theological folly to suppose that God has made the entire world just for human beings, or to suppose that God is interested in only one of the millions of species that inhabit God’s good earth.”
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