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MSV Show Notes: March 2, 2016 – Two Zesty Bananas & Jasmin Singer with Her New Memoir

Listen to this episode: http://www.unity.fm/episode/MainStreetVegan_030216

Jasmin

TwoZestyBananas.com is a fun and fabulous new site from New Zealand, the brainchild of two MDs — one of these, Dr. Luke Wilson, is the first guest on this podcast — and a whole foods enthusiast. Their goal: to interest people ages sixteen to thirty-four in the whole foods, plant based diet. They do it with colorful images, relevant and constantly updated information, and the 21st Century Food Course, a 6-week all-you-need-to-know immersion in plant-sourced eating and health, with the feel of a graphic novel.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/twozestybananas/?fref=ts

Twitter: https://twitter.com/twozestybananas

Instagram: @twozestybananas

Pinterest: twozestybananas

Always to Much and Never Enough is the dazzling new memoir from Jasmin Singer, whom you know as the co-director of Our Hen House, a multi-media hub to change the world for animals, and co-host of the twice Webby-recongized Our Hen House podcast. The book chronicles Jasmin’s experience as a food-addicted young person, subject to horrendous bullying because of her weight, who discovers animal rights and veganism, but only later finds the answer to her food issues in juicing and whole foods. My conversation with her is honest, raw, revealing, and fascinating.

Facebook: Jasmin Singer and Our Hen House

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jasmin_singer and https://twitter.com/ourhenhouse

Instagram: @jasminsingerauthor an @ourhenhouse

Blast from the past: If you enjoyed hearing Jasmin discuss her memoir and her food history on this show, catch her on one of our earliest episodes discussing with her partner in life and work, Marianne Sullivan, JD, animal rights and the vision of Our Hen House: http://www.unity.fm/episode/MainStreetVegan_062712