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Join Stephanie and Emma from Vegan Mainstream today as they talk about grains – the VM blog focus for the third week of Vegan MOFO. Today we chat about whole grains – what does the term mean, and how are whole grain products different from refined and enriched products. Why are whole grains so good for you, and of course their personal favorites and a couple of recipe ideas! Be sure to tune in.
In today’s Vegan Mainstream podcast, Emma and Stephanie talk about the importance of greens in a vegan diet. They chat about their favorite ways to incorporate greens into their diets, some simple recipe ideas, and tips for making sure your greens are CRISP and not SOGGY! Be sure to tune in!
Many people transitioning to veganism for health reasons start, at some point, to look at reasons to align the rest of their lifestyle with veganism. Today Stephanie and Emma from Vegan Mainstream are talking about shoes and other wardrobe items - why to make yours vegan, availability, what to look for in non-vegan shoe stores, reasons to support vegan businesses and more.
Tired of cooking the same ol' recipes? New to vegan cooking and want some help? Well, we are going to start a monthly Vegan Cookbook Club. Each month we select 3 recipes to make as group. We share the photos, advise eachother on the best places to find ingredients and share cooking tips.
Join Cherise, George and Scott with special guest LeeAnn Thill, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, vegan that happens to have type 1 diabetes.
Lee Ann Thill is known to the DOC as a diabetes blogger and leader of diabetes community art projects, but since transitioning to a vegan lifestyle in 2013, her work as an activist and academic has been shifting and expanding. She has been exploring the relationships between veganism, intersectional justice, art, and diabetes.
Lee Ann has achieved a new level of health and happiness following a vegan lifestyle. In addition to her academic inquiry, she is excited to answer questions about going vegan, address common misunderstandings about veganism, and offer support to people who are interested in transitioning.
She is a registered board-certified art therapist and Pennsylvania licensed professional counselor, doctoral student, professor of art therapy, artist, and volunteer with Peace Advocacy Network and Catskill Animal Sanctuary. Lee Ann has had type 1 diabetes since 1978.
Social media contacts:
www.avocadosandglitter.com - Personal blog. Content is varied.
@theveganartist on Twitter
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