In the latest episode of the Earthix Podcast we feature special guest Wendy Werneth, aka the Nomadic Vegan, who has just written and published a new book on vegan travel called Veggie Planet. In the podcast we discuss how the original pizza is vegan, including what pepperoni really means; how ancient vegan monks fed their … More 012 | “Veggie Planet”: An Interview with The Nomadic Vegan
Some days, you might find yourself at work, immersed in a strange daydream about what you would possibly find to eat as a vegan in prison. You might take a second to think, “Wait, why would I be in prison anyway?”, but the curiosity has already settled. So, you google ‘vegan in prison’ and actually … More 009 | Vegan in Prison
In episode 006 of the Earthix podcast we talk about how we want to contribute to the greater good by doing good. We discuss various certification programs we are completing, plans to help others minimize, veganize, and zero wasterize their lives all with the hopes of unearthing what truly matters: contribution and compassion. Mentioned … More Earthix Podcast 006: Plans & Vision
If you’ve seen any of the beautifully elegant zero waste social media mavens, you might imagine me with my trusses tousled into a bun held together by two, hand carved wooden hair sticks I bought at a farmer’s market in Portland. A lock of my perfectly coiffed hippy hair falls to my shoulder as I … More The Awkward Beauty of Zero Waste: An Introduction
I was recently inspired by a gentleman who comments on YouTube quite a bit. I can’t recall his username, but he uses an avatar of James Franco with only whites for eyes. In one of his comments on a video created by “Happy Healthy Vegan” discussing Victoria Arnstein’s renunciation of veganism, Mr Franco-avatar said something like this: … More Respect for Non-Vegans?
In his article for Opinionator in the NY Times, Mark Bittman soundly covers all the basic reasons why vegans choose to go vegan: industrial agriculture, environmental degradation, deplorable living and dying conditions for farmed animals, and human health. He says those are all great reasons as well to adopt his lifestyle, which he has deemed … More Why Mark Bittman Isn’t Vegan
I am coming to terms with the a problem I have. It’s a combination of being inwardly, fiercely judgmental of others, and never ever wanting to hurt anyone in anyway. So I found myself in an interesting situation this past weekend at a lovely Thai restaurant. I was with my boyfren’s family. They’re largely carnivorous, … More Why Is St. Francis Eating that Baby?!