Why Are All the Vegans Fighting?

Why so many vegans secretly eating meat? Kelly and Lyndsey are back for another vegan & hunter rundown.

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  1. leahanngr Inactive
    leahanngr
    @leahanngr

    Thanks for then podcast. Sorry if you’ve posted this information before, but can you make a book recommendation for vegan- curious people who are interested in trying it out? Want to make sure j so t end up just eating Oreos so I’d like to have a plan going in :) Might try for the rest of lent.

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  2. Lyndsey Fifield Contributor
    Lyndsey Fifield
    @Lyndsey

    leahanngr (View Comment):

    Thanks for then podcast. Sorry if you’ve posted this information before, but can you make a book recommendation for vegan- curious people who are interested in trying it out? Want to make sure j so t end up just eating Oreos so I’d like to have a plan going in :) Might try for the rest of lent.

    If you’re interested in the health side of things, I recommend checking out Starch Solution (I don’t apply it 100% but the information is really helpful) and one of the youtubers I mentioned (LilyKoi Hawaii) has really, really well researched videos (homegirl has done her homework) that answer a TON of questions you might have (or might not have even thought about). And yes—try it for Lent and see how you feel!

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  3. colleenb Member
    colleenb
    @colleenb

    Thanks.  This ended up being quite interesting.  I had heard about something going on in veganland but did not know what everyone was upset about.  My grandson has a number of allergies so the vegan alternatives sometimes work for him. 

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  4. DWard Coolidge
    DWard
    @DWard

    I wasn’t sure I was even going to listen, given the title, but I’m so glad I did.  This podcast is a very kind reminder that we need to not be so judgmental.  People are not perfect, and we should try to grant others the forgiveness and understanding we wish for ourselves rather than use lapses in perfection as excuses to attack. 

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  5. Stad Coolidge
    Stad
    @Stad

    Lyndsey Lyndsey Lyndsey . . . I don’t think of you as a Vegan. I look at you as a young lady with a medical condition which requires a certain diet to stay healthy. When I look at Veganism, I see a movement not unlike a religion. Don’t listen to anyone who criticizes you if you eat fish, but recognize eating (or using) any animal product makes you not a Vegan by their definition. I recommend trying a blackened tuna recipe . . .

    And @kellymaher, I caught my middle daughter using these for breakfast:

    I told her I know someone who raised quail and could send her dozens of quail eggs if she wanted (we’ll pay!), but she said “No thanks” and walked off. However, we all like feta cheese . . .

     

     

     

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  6. LisaEastKy Inactive
    LisaEastKy
    @LisaEastKy

    What a great episode! One (of several) reasons I love this podcast is that, no matter the topic, you ladies always have such real discussions with each other. This episode is a wonderful example of that! Thanks!!

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  7. Stad Coolidge
    Stad
    @Stad

    LisaEastKy (View Comment):
    you ladies always have such real discussions with each other.

    Real discussions by real people . . .

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  8. Stad Coolidge
    Stad
    @Stad

    You LadyBrains probably won’t see my comment, but there was an interesting take on the Mick Jagger situation.  A caller on Rush’s show asked, “If Jagger is a vegan, are they replacing his bad heart valve with one from a pig?”

    It made me wonder just how far a true vegan would go . . .

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