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Caryn Hartglass, Party Foods, Vegetarian Bears, Celery and Ginger Sodas, Soy and Bones, Land Use Requirements of the Standard American Diet (SAD).
In this episode Caryn talks about a variety of dishes to make or bring to a party or special event. Recipes for a few of the dishes can be found at ResponsibleEatingAndLiving.com. She also covers stories in the news about vegetarian bears, the benefits of soy for building bones, and the need for much more land to support the growing population increasingly eating more animals foods.

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Caryn Hartglass, FDA, Organic Foods, Cool Summer Drinks, Zucchini
In this episode Caryn reviews a recent article in the Wall Street Journal entitled The Organic Industry Is Lying to You and why blaming the organic industry is flawed and where it is wrong. She also talks about great cool drinks for summer that are free of refined sugar or added sweeteners and what to do with all that zucchini growing in the garde

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Caryn Hartglass, Into the Foods
In this episode Caryn goes “into the foods” reviewing the ingredients of popular snack foods, highlighting what to look out for. She discusses the foods she’s been preparing while on the road as Musical Director of a production of Into the Woods, including the healthy snack options she prefers and restaurants she’s been to this week including True Food Kitchen and Veggie Grill.

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Robbyne Kaamil, A Tribute

Robbyne Kaamil just passed this week. She had pancreatic cancer. It was a shock to many. Today’s show includes two It’s All About Food interviews with Robbyne as a tribute to her beautiful spirit.

Robbyne with AfroRobbyne was the Executive Producer of the PBS television show, Urban Animals. She was a passionate animal rights activist who wrote several award winning public service announcements for PETA which ran on Fox, ABC and Bounce television affiliates nationwide. She co-wrote the song, “Free the Monkeys”, with fellow activist and HLN Television Host – Jane Velez-Mitchell which shed light on the mistreatment of monkeys being used in lab experiments in Hendry County, Florida as well as the song “Free Lolita: Let the Girl Go” to raise awareness about the Orca Lolita who is being held captive at the Miami Seaquarium. She authored the children’s books, Saving Benjamin and Food for Alex. Each of the books encourages social responsibility and community involvement. Robbyne was also a comedian who matched wits with Howard Stern and was featured on numerous television and radio shows. She toured with her comedy show, “2 Queers & A Bitch”. Her monthly advice column “Dear Diva” was featured in Australia’s DNA Magazine. She also served as executive producer on several independent films.

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Caryn Hartglass & Gary De Mattei, Keep Calm and Go Vegan
Responsible Eating And Living Founders, Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei talk about the organization’s 7th anniversary, Caryn’s 11th anniversary being cancer-free from advanced ovarian cancer and eating healthfully while working away from home. Feeling frustrated and powerless with the current government they offer actions that we all can do to improve our own lives and the lives of everyone around us.

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In this episode Caryn will talk about Lion’s Mane Mushrooms, good things to do with salt instead of putting it in food. She’ll cover some of her favorite recipes for summer, for barbecues and picnics.

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Caryn Hartglass, Get Involved in your Life!
Caryn reviews the new film Eating Animals. She asks the questions, “How Involved do you want to be with your life?” and What is the cost of convenience?” Find out more in this program. She shares a new recipe too: Mushroom Ginger Congee.

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Caryn Hartglass, Turmeric, Pure Water and Fragrant Air!
With all the buzz about the health benefits of turmeric, Caryn shares some of her newest recipes using this amazing spice. She also talks about water distillation and the need for pure water. With the Linden Trees blooming she highlights the tea made from the Linden Tree Flowers and enjoying the blossoms fragrance.

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Part I: Matt and Phil Letten (The Vegan Bros), Vodka is Vegan
The Vegan Bros, Matt Letten and Phil Letten, are brothers (and bros) who have transformed their lives by adopting a vegan lifestyle. Popular bloggers, health and fitness consultants, and animal-rights advocates, they’ve been featured in mainstream media outlets such as VICEBusiness InsiderFast CompanyCW, and the Guardian. And they’re just getting started.
 
 
 
 
Part II: Michael Harren, The Animal Show
Brooklyn-based composer and performer Michael Harren combines elements of classical composition with experimental electronics and storytelling to create hypnotic and boldly intimate work that walks the line between Laurie Anderson, Peter Gabriel and Dead Can Dance. He is artist-in-residence at Tamerlaine Farm Animal Sanctuary where he created the solo multi-media theater piece The Animal Show, which premiered in New York City in 2016 and continues to be performed in venues throughout the United States. In his first solo show, Tentative Armor, he combined piano, synthesizers, various electronics, and live musicians with his unique storytelling, resulting in a deeply moving, highly entertaining performance. Through his resonant, powerful, very personal stories, Harren envelops the audience in a funny, poignant, highly intimate tour of his own self-discovery through spirituality, sexuality, and grief. Music, text and photos from the show were released in an album and book of the same name. Michael Harren has toured as pianist with Sandra Bernhard, is the musical director for Cabaret for a Cause, and has performed at Dixon Place, (le) poisson rouge, Joe’s Pub, Judson Memorial Church, Manhattan Theater Source, The Duplex, Don’t Tell Mama, The Laurie Beechman Theater as well as numerous venues around the country. Michael is a Moogfest artist who presented No Permission Needed: Create with Senator Jaiz at Moogfest 2017.

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Carol Adams, Burger
Carol J. Adams is the author of numerous books, including The Sexual Politics of Meat, Neither Man nor Beast: Feminism and the Defense of Animals and The Pornography of Meat. She is the co-editor of several pathbreaking anthologies, including most recently Ecofeminism: Feminist Intersections with Other Animals and the Earth (with Lori Gruen). Her work is the subject of two recent anthologies, Defiant Daughters: 21 Women of Art, Activism, Animals, and The Sexual Politics of Meat and The Art of the Animal: 14 Women Artists Explore The Sexual Politics of Meat, in which a new generation of feminists, artists, and activists respond to Adams’ groundbreaking work.

Marty Krutolow, Marty’s V Burger
For more than three decades, Marty Krutolow was a commercial and charter pilot. Recently he founded Marty’s V Burger in Manhattan, boasting a unique vegan patty made with seitan, rice, and beans.

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