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Food for Thought Podcast starts with the premise that being vegan is a means to an end — not an end in itself. Food for Thought addresses all aspects of eating and living compassionately and healthfully, including living zero waste! 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. 

Feb 24, 2014

In this episode, I share my experience sleeping in my 20th county in California (Napa), booking an Air B&B for the first time, eating vegan in Napa Country (particularly in the towns of Napa and Helena), and I answer such questions as "How do you respond to folks who say 'it must be hard to be vegan' as you stand there with a plate of carrots at a fancy wedding dinner?" and "How can I find vegan antibacterial soap" and "How do I humanely discourage roaches from taking up residence in my home?" Check out all this - and more - in today's episode...sponsored by FakeMeats.com - vegan meats galore!


Laura
almost five years ago

Great episode as always! Sasha, the yoga teacher with a question about adrenal fatigue and how to communicate with her student, sounded like a fabulous spirit!

I recall Kris Carr speaking to adrenal fatigue. (Kris is a "wellness warrior" who has been fighting her own health issues for the past 11 years with plant-based food, spiritual enrichment, etc.) You can google "Kris Carr adrenal" and find her own blog post from last year which was picked up by other outlets as well.

Good luck!

Laura
almost five years ago

Great episode as always! Sasha, the yoga teacher with a question about adrenal fatigue and how to communicate with her student, sounded like a fabulous spirit!

I recall Kris Carr speaking to adrenal fatigue. (Kris is a "wellness warrior" who has been fighting her own health issues for the past 11 years with plant-based food, spiritual enrichment, etc.) You can google "Kris Carr adrenal" and find her own blog post from last year which was picked up by other outlets. Her post is: http://is.gd/e6UTVZ

Goodl uck!