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KCRW, a community service of Santa Monica College and Southern California’s leading National Public Radio affiliate recently featured its first all vegetarian episode of its “Good Food” program.

Several well known names and leaders in the plant-based industry were guests, including vegan chef and author Tal Ronnen, author and food columnist Mark Bittman and several other writers and bloggers.


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Ed Begley Jr. Earth Day Ideas

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, April 22nd, 2013 in Actors, Audio, Environment-Eco-Green.

Ed Begley Jr.

Ed Begley Jr. has tons of ideas for those looking to help out this Earth Day.

One of the best ways to protect the Earth is to choose not to consume meat, something of which the production of requires intensive use of energy, water and land.

In addition to changing your diet, here are a few more ideas from Begley.


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Joe Yonan With “NPR” On Coming Out As A Vegetarian (Audio)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, March 11th, 2013 in Audio, Food & Drink, Journalists.

Joe Yonan

Washington Post food editor Joe Yonan has an interview with NPR on his recent decision to go vegetarian and devote his regular newspaper columns to plant-based eating.

Yonan’s “coming out as a vegetarian,” as NPR puts it, as a writer for a major national paper isn’t the only thing that sounds odd and surprising.

Yonan also hails from cattle country.

He grew up in west Texas eating “steak and barbecue and all sorts of meaty goodness.”


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Rich Roll On Missing Meat–“I’m Human” (Video)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, September 28th, 2012 in Athletes-Games-Sports, Audio, Food & Drink, Videos.

Rich Roll

Rich Roll, vegan 40-something triathlete named one of Fitness Magazine‘s “25 Fittest Men in the World,” sat down for an interview with Brian Redban for the Joe Rogan Podcast.

Roll’s diet is certainly a factor that will come up in an interview, and he humorously touched on it during a conversation that also blended remarks on the quality of produce on a fast food sandwich.

When asked if he misses eating meat, Roll’s simply reply was, “I’m human.”

Go here for the audio of the episode or watch the video below.


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Thomas Tadlock

Thomas Tadlock has worked as a celebrity fitness instructor, professional sports consultant, MTV’s Hottest Body trainer and is the CEO of Express Results Boot Camp, a fitness boot camp in Orange County, California.

Tadlock has an interview on tape with Masters Audio Club, where he discusses the secrets to fitness through a healthy diet.

For Tadlock, healthy diet means plant-based.


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Mary McCartney On “BBC Women’s Hour” With Chili Jam Suggestions

Written by Vegetarian Star on Thursday, May 31st, 2012 in Audio, Authors, Chefs, Food & Drink.

Mary McCartney

Mary McCartney was a guest on BBC’s “Women’s Hour” where she made a dish with rice noodles and vegetables.

Mary uses chili jam, a favorite condiment that’s included in many of her other recipes in her new cookbook, Food.  Though prominent in the UK, it may be difficult to obtain elsewhere, so Mary gives a few substitute suggestions.


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Carrie Underwood Teaches Elvis Vegan Food Basics (Audio)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, April 30th, 2012 in Audio, Female Singers, Food & Drink.

Carrie Underwood visited “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show” to promote her latest album, Blown Away, in stores tomorrow.

It’s impossible to give a great interview without a great breakfast, and Underwood’s hosts ensured she was provided a vegan breakfast that included quinoa pancakes from NY’s Cafe Metro and cupcakes from Sugar Rush, which paved the way for a discussion of how vegan does one have to be.


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Humane Society’s Wayne Pacelle Interview With KQED (Audio)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Thursday, April 14th, 2011 in Animal Issues, Audio.

President and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States Wayne Pacelle recently interviewed with Northern California’s public radio station KQED where he discussed the most recent seal hunt initiated in Canada, his new book, The Bond, and numerous animal welfare issues.

Pacelle mentions that while the morality of the seal hunt makes it an obvious practice that should end, even those who don’t object to it morally should not see any reason for it to continue on an economic level.


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