Vegan Styled Life



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  • Where do vegans get their protein?

    24/09/2019 Duración: 03min

    I'm vegan and I've been a vegan for eight years and you're probably wondering how is he still alive since he doesn't eat any meat products and he's probably famished from not having enough protein. Well, the funny thing is I've never thought about protein for 35 years, is eating meat. Never thought about it, vegetarian for eight years, never thought about it. Just like the gorillas, elephants, buffalo or hippos. Never thought about where I got my protein. So where do vegans get their protein and how much protein do you need? You need only point three, six grams per pound. If you weigh 150 pounds, you need 54 grams of protein. Now for men, that's an average of 56 grams. And for women, that's an average of 46 grams. So some food you can get is some almonds contain six grams of protein per ounce. And you can also eat pistachios, cashews, and oats, you can have oats, which for a half a cup of raw oats is 13 grams of protein. You can eat broccoli, lentils, soybeans, kidney beans, chickpeas, pumpkin seeds, flax see

  • Vegan Cheese Review

    17/09/2019 Duración: 53min

    In this episode of Vegan Styled Life, we review vegan cheeses. We give  our restaurant reviews of Tree House, PuraVegan, New Wild Ginger, The  Greyhound Cafe, Stations Cafe, and Beary Good. We talk about “Never mind  CCTV in slaughterhouses – we need to end the meat and dairy industry  altogether,” “Jon Bon Jovi Removes Leather from His Clothing Line,” and  “5 Connections Between the Food and Fashion Industries” --- Support this podcast:

  • Transitioning to Veganism

    10/09/2019 Duración: 45min

    In this episode of Vegan Styled Life, we give our restaurant reviews of Veggie Grill. We talk about “Stephen Colbert Adopts Vegan Diet,” “Argentinian President Announces Vegan Mondays,” “Vegan Cheese is Taking Over! Industry is Set to be Worth $3.5 Billion by 2023,” “American medical association tells hospitals to go vegan ban meat & dairy!” “Germans Ditching Traditional Meat Dishes for Vegan Versions” We talk about making the vegan transition. --- Support this podcast:

  • Vegan Travel

    03/09/2019 Duración: 40min

    In this episode of Vegan Styled Life, we give our restaurant reviews of Vortex Doughnuts, Plant, Rosetta’s Kitchen, Terri, Veganized, and Sprig & Vine Pure Vegetarian. We talk about “Veganism Skyrockets by 600% In America Over 3 Years To 6% Of Population” and “Taco Bell Relaunches Vegan-Certified Rice” We talk about vegan travel. --- Support this podcast:

  • Vegans and Carnivorous Pets

    27/08/2019 Duración: 49min

    In this episode of Vegan Styled Life, we give our restaurant reviews of Good Earth Organic Eatery, Bella Vida Garden Cafe, Vegan Treats, and Sprig & Vine Pure Vegetarian. We talk about “Ringling Bros. Plans To Ship Its Tigers To German Circus”, “Bill Gates-Backed Vegan Burgers Hit Mainstream With Safeway Deal”, “Leonardo DiCaprio Invests in Vegan Snack Company HIPPEAS”, “James Cameron to Release Vegan Documentary”, and “The HSUS, New York Blood Center announce landmark agreement for care of Liberian chimpanzees.” We talk about being vegan and owning carnivorous pets. --- Support this podcast:

  • Why We Went Vegan

    13/08/2019 Duración: 41min

    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. --- Support this podcast:

  • Why You Should Participate In Humane Lobby Day

    06/08/2019 Duración: 44min

    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. --- Support this podcast:

  • What it means to be vegan

    30/07/2019 Duración: 57min

    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. --- Support this podcast:

  • Vegans and Holidays with Carnivores

    23/07/2019 Duración: 31min

    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. --- Support this podcast:

  • Vegan Restaurants and Expowest

    16/07/2019 Duración: 16min

    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. --- Support this podcast:

  • I'd go vegan, except I love cheese too much.

    09/07/2019 Duración: 07min

    Every time I do an event, people say they would buy the Vegan tee shirts, except they're vegetarian. This is an excuse people use because their taste buds are more important than animal’s lives. They don't understand that to make dairy, the mother has to be pregnant to create milk for the baby. The males are sent to slaughter at 20 weeks old, and the females become dairy cows. So being vegetarian really isn't kind to animals. We need to think about why milk is created. Milk is produced to nourish a baby, and that's it. Humans are the only animals on the planet that drink milk after infancy and definitely the only animal that drinks milk from another species.  It bothers me when people say that they are lactose intolerant. It's a term the dairy industry made up to make it okay to drink milk even though you're an adult. Lactose intolerant exists for a reason. You're not supposed to drink milk when you're in a. You're not a baby.  Let's look at how much fluid is required to make cheese in the reason mi

  • Doing Well by Doing Good

    25/06/2019 Duración: 29min

    In this episode, M. V. Sage talks with vegan entrepreneur, James Lucas,  owner and operator of online vegan clothing store,  We  discuss the importance of being true to yourself in both your business  and personal lives, as well as starting small to make big changes.   Later, we talk about Ben Franklin's philosophy of "doing well by doing  good," and turning your convictions into your vocation. --- Support this podcast:

  • What Do Vegans Do with Their Leather Goods?

    18/06/2019 Duración: 03min

    When I do events and talk to people about being Vegan, they always ask what do I do with my leather goods? And for me, when I switched, I used them until they wore out. So when my shoes wore out, I replaced them with a vegan pair of shoes when my belt wore out, my wallet, everything. When it wore out, then I switched it. When some people go vegan, they just want to get rid of everything, and they donate it. So that's also an option. So what are some things you can do to switch out your leather goods and go to We carry wallets, purses, and backpacks made out of recycled materials. Like this wallet that used to be a cement bag for construction. We also have wallets, purses, and backpacks made out of recycled tires. You know, it's not about using an animal product for luxury. It's also about reusing materials, and we have these canvas wallets that are great, and even women can switch out their purses for something like this by Matt and Nat. It still looks like leather, but it's made out of PVC. Mat

  • Why We Love Vegfests (And You Should, Too!)

    11/06/2019 Duración: 15min

    On today's podcast, I talk to Victoria Moran from Main Street Vegan about starting Grape Cat and give some tips on vending at a vegfest, about starting Grape Cat and give some tips on vending at a vegfest. I started doing craft shows, farmers markets, and beach festivals fifteen years ago to promote my surfing and kids' t-shirt business. My wife started making jewelry, so I was selling that too. The jewelry was outselling the t-shirts, so I began investing in cheap jewelry that I would buy for a couple of dollars then mark up. The problem with this is that you need to sell a lot of cheap pieces just to break even for the tablespace. We have been able to grow Grape Cat by being a vendor at VegFests. Here are ten things I wish I had known before becoming a vendor. Read more here --- Support this podcast:

  • Interview with Freya Dinshah, American Vegan Society

    04/06/2019 Duración: 15min

    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. Her parents became vegetarian after joining the Peace Movement. Freya gave up cheese after learning about rennet. H. Jay Dinshah posted an ad in the Peace Newspaper looking for a pen pal and Freya's mother felt bad for him and told her to write to him. 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. --- Support this podcast:

  • Interview with Angela Hubbs, Vegan Certified Fitness Professional

    28/05/2019 Duración: 18min

    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. --- Support this podcast:

  • Interview with Laura Templeton from 30 Second Success

    21/05/2019 Duración: 27min

    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. --- Support this podcast:

  • Interview with Djuna Da Silva from Djuna Shay

    14/05/2019 Duración: 17min

    On 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. --- Support this podcast:

  • Interview with Carmella Lanni-Giardina and Carlo Giardina from V Marks The Shop

    07/05/2019 Duración: 01h06min

    On today's podcast, I talk to Carmella Lanni-Giardina and Carlo Giardina, also known as The Food Duo and owners of V Marks The Shop.  Carmella and Carlo talk about how they became vegan, why they started  The Food Duo blog and how they want it easier to find vegan products at V  Marks The Shop. --- Support this podcast:

  • Interview with Leslie Durso, Vegan Chef and Healthy Living Educator

    30/04/2019 Duración: 31min

    On today's podcast, I talk to Leslie Durso,  Vegan Chef and Healthy Living Educator. Leslie talks about why she  became vegetarian at eight years old, her experience as the first vegan  chef at Los Angles Food and Wine Festival, and what tools and staples you should have in your kitchen. --- Support this podcast:

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