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Veganism is not just what you eat, it’s how you live your life.

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May 18, 2017

Why We Went Vegan

In this episode of Vegan Styled Life, we give our restaurant reviews of Easton Public market and The Rosendale Cafe. We talk about “Cowboys Are Wrangling Mother Cows to Milk Them as Part of Cruel Rodeo Show – Stop This Now!” and “Former jail is now an animal shelter where prisoners look after abused dogs.” We tell our story of how and why we became vegan.

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In this episode of Vegan Styled Life, we give our restaurant reviews of Georgie’s Diner, HippieCakes Vegan Bakery, Fomu and Nyack Main Essentials Vegetarian Cuisine. We talk about “Trivial vegan protest sees Groovin’ the Moo festival’s animal petting session canceled” and “Los Angeles to ban the use of all wild animals in circuses.” Our take on why you should participate in Humane Lobby Day. Ellen suggests reading The Animal Activist's Handbook: Maximizing Our Positive Impact in Today's World by Matt Ball and Bruce Friedrich.

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April 21, 2017

What it means to be vegan

In this episode of Vegan Styled Life, we give our restaurant reviews of HipCityVeg, Manna Avenue, Blossom Du Jour, Cinnamon Snail, and Nucleus Raw Foods. We talk about LA school district having vegan lunches and cosmetics being sold in China. Our take on what it means to be vegan.

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Our new episode of Vegan Styled Life with vegan restaurant reviews of Cafe Frida NYC, Chava Juice Bar and Sprig & Vine - Pure Vegetarian, Chef Chloe Coscarelli, Elmhurst Harvest Nut Milks, Holidays with Omnivores, Starting New Holiday Traditions.

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Our first episode of Vegan Styled Life. We talk about Arlo's, Voodoo Doughnut, Green New American Vegetarian, Nami _dessert&coffee, Slice of Vegas. Our favorite products from ExpoWest, Beyond Meat, Tofurky, Vegan Rob's, Daiya Foods, Follow Your Heart, and Miyoko's Kitchen. Check out the new LUHV FOOD.

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On today's podcast, I talk to Freya Dinshah the president of the American Vegan Society and editor of American Vegan magazine. Freya grew up in an ovo-lacto-vegetarian family in Epsom Surrey, England. In 1959 her pen pal friend Jay inspired her to become vegan and in 1960 she moved to America where they married. Within a year, the rest of her family had given up dairy and eggs too.

Freya is the author of The Vegan Kitchen, the first cookbook advocating the vegan philosophy to be published in the USA. She has also compiled Vegetarian Cooking for 100, a set of vegan catering cards that has been used by college and other dining services throughout the USA.

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On today's podcast, I talk to Victoria Moran from Main Street Vegan about the start of Grape Cat and give some tips on vending at a vegfest.

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On today's podcast, I talk to Angela Hubbs, a Certified Personal Trainer, Yoga teacher, and Pilates instructor. Angela has lost 50 pounds to become an ironman triathlete. Angela has some great tips about starting a fitness program and why you should hire a fitness trainer.

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On today's podcast, I talk to Laura Templeton, CEO of 30 Second Success. Laura has watched many people struggle with their 30-second commercials also known as an elevator speech or pitch. She has met a number of people that won’t even consider networking as a way to increase their business connections because they are petrified of having to stand up and speak in front of an audience. If you are having a hard time with your pitch, Laura has a simple four part tip to make it better.

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In today's podcast, I talk to Djuna Da Silva from Djuna Shay. Djuna Shay is a mother-daughter duo that produces vegan clothing and accessories that are made with love in Brooklyn, NY. They design custom textile prints, on eco-friendly and organic fabrics that look better than  leather or suede every would. They are working right now to create fun statement pieces that are available in a range of sizes because style shouldn’t only fit some people, it should fit all people.

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