Sharon Ross is a survivalist. Growing up on a 26 Acre homestead in southern Oregon she has learned the skills of preparedness and self reliance. Host Chris Franklin sits down with Sharon to discuss her blogs Afrovivalist and the importance of preparing.
On this episode of My Darling Vegan I sit down with a good friend, Carolanne Fry, to discuss the life-changing benefits of a vegan diet. We cover everything from health, to the environment, and of course, animals. Carolanne speaks about her values with passion and grace is one of my favorite vegans I know. After listening to this episode, I think you'll see why.
Today we sit down with Abbey Creek Vineyard owner Bertony Faustin. As the first black vineyard owner in Oregon Bertony has paved his own journey to success. Make sure you visit his winery in North Plains, Oregon just 30 minutes west of Portland.
On this episode of My Darling Vegan I sit down with Katie Koteen, found of the website Well Vegan and co-author of the book Frugal Vegan. We talk about raising vegan families on a budget, running a virtual business, and how to write and publish a cookbook.
You can get Frugal Vegan and learn Katie's delicious recipe for BBQ Chickpea sliders with pineapple slaw at mydarlingvegan.com/frugalvegan.
On this episode of My Darling Vegan I uncover the secrets behind three of my favorite vegan whole food substitutions for eggs, meat, and cheese. We explore the science behind aquafaba, get a little sticky while preparing a fresh green jackfruit, and, once and for all, put an end to the question, “what is NOOCH?!
The season 2 premier of the Lost 'N Portland Podcast is here. My friend and colleague Matthew Porter Joins me on Episode 1. We talk about the development of season 2, the wildfires of the Columbia Gorge and the story of York and his historical significance on the Lewis and Clark trail.
On this episode of My Darling Vegan, I sit down with Veganizer's, Waz Wu and Owner of Red Sauce Pizza, Shardell Dues. We talk about the important role that restaurants play in the vegan movement, the unsustainability of eating meat, and how vegans can make a change by asking for more plant-based options at their local restaurants.
In our first, teaser episode of My Darling Vegan, I tell you a little bit about how I got here: being a full time vegan chef, blogger, and (now) podcaster. Here’s my story on all things vegan. I hope you’ll follow along. Hint: subscribe and we’ll be back in your feed in later this week.
In this episode Elizabeth almost dies, and we talk about finding a safe place to masturbate, sexy texting before you meet someone, and dealing with partner who doesn’t want to do anything.