Food for Thought: Eat Healthfully, Live Compassionately, and Be Joyful

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Emphasizing the fact that being vegan is a means rather than an end in itself, the Food for Thought podcast addresses all aspects of eating and living compassionately and healthfully. Each episode addresses commonly asked questions about being vegan, including those regarding animal protection, food, cooking, eating, and nutrition — and debunks the myths surrounding these issues. Hosted by bestselling author Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Food for Thought has been changing lives for over a dozen years. Learn more at ColleenPatrickGoudreau.com.

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Food for Thought: Eat Healthfully, Live Compassionately, and Be Joyful

Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Vegan Author (The Compassionate Cook)
1 Humane Critter Control: Managing Uninvited House Guests (REBROADCAST)2020-06-30 22:25:39
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2 Pig Laws and Black Codes: Why Voting Matters (and Why Those Who Suppress it Are Losing)2020-06-18 20:41:59
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3 How to Engage in Politics without Becoming Cynical2020-06-10 21:37:07
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4 Gut-Wrenching: Common Words with Surprising Animal Origins2020-05-19 08:00:00
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5 Zero Waste: It Ain't About Recycling (REBROADCAST)2020-05-12 08:30:00
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6 Favorite Countertop Appliances + Lessons from a Kitchen Remodel2020-04-29 09:00:00
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7 How to Create an Intentional Daily Routine — During Quarantine or Anytime!2020-04-21 08:00:00
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8 Vaccines Are a Bunch of Bull: Animal-Related Words for Diseases and Cures2020-04-14 08:00:00
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9 Animals and the Coronavirus Pandemic (Part One): Poaching, Farming, and Eating Wild Animals2020-04-07 08:00:00
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Animals and the Coronavirus Pandemic (Part One): Poaching, Farming, and Eating Wild Animals

What does the Covid-19 / coronavirus virus mean for non-human animals and the laws and policies that affect our treatment of them? Join me for the first episode in the series, which focuses on wild animals who are poached, farmed, and eaten.  The source of the recent coronavirus outbreak that has led to a worldwide pandemic has been linked to a market in mainland China, where wild animals are sold and killed for human consumption. Will this virus put an end to the illegal wildlife trade in China and Southeast Asia? Will the wildlife farms in China reopen once the pandemic is over? Will this be the end to live animal markets and wet markets where wild and domesticated animals are sold and killed for meat? Will China close the loopholes (such as exemptions for Traditional Chinese Medicine) that exist in their bans on wildlife poaching and consumption? Is there anything you can do to help make a difference?  Listen to this listener-supported episode as I attempt to answer these questions. (become a supporter at patreon.com/colleenpatrickgoudreau)…read more

10 Vaccine is an Animalogy + Online Vegan Cooking Class (Announcement)2020-03-31 18:10:57
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11 Essentials for a Well-Stocked Plant-Based Kitchen2020-03-24 08:00:00
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12 Why Vegan? Pick a Reason. Any Reason.2020-03-16 09:00:00
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13 The Lethal Gifts of Livestock: Zoonotic Diseases and their Origins2020-03-13 17:29:49
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14 50 Ways to Live a Meaningful Life2020-03-08 09:00:00
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15 Can You Eat Eggs And Still Be Vegan?2020-02-25 13:00:00
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16 Life-Changing Books (Fiction and Nonfiction to Live By)2020-02-06 18:28:17
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17 Better is Better: The Emotional and Practical Aspects of Fostering Cats and Dogs2020-01-22 20:23:47
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18 How Zero Waste Changed the Way I Eat (And Why Baby Carrots Are Evil)2020-01-09 18:45:03
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19 Five Favorite Foods (And The Strange Way I Eat Popcorn)2019-12-30 22:04:59
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20 Lessons and Gifts: Making Meaningful Holidays (and Lives)2019-12-07 00:20:13
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