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Vegetarian Zen

Vickie Velasquez and Larissa Galenes

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Vegetarian and vegan information, tips, recipes, and more presented in a light, conversational, and nonjudgmental manner. We welcome input and feedback from our followers regarding issues you would like us to address as well as ways in which we can improve. Please don't hesitate to contact us and let us know how we can help. If you enjoy and find value in our podcast, we would very much appreciate a favorable review on iTunes. This would help us tremendously. Thanks, and we hope you enjoy Ve ...
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Is your family composed of vegetarians and meat-eaters? Do some of those in your family only go for meatless portions while others love meat? Do you want to feed both vegetarians and meat-eaters easily at the same time? Well, if so, your situation is just like my family's. My name is Julie Hoag, and yep, I'm the vegetarian in a family of meat-lovers. I've had to learn to cook for both types of diets for every meal for the last 27 years so I've had a lot of experience. It's not as hard as you ...
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These podcasts include interviews, talks and discussions involving Richard Schwartz, president of Jewish Vegetarians of North America (www.JewishVeg.com) and other Jewish Vegetarian leaders. Richard Schwartz can be contacted at president@JewishVeg.com. He has many articles and various taped presentations at JewishVeg.com/schwartz. Audio editing by http://h2opodcast.com/vsse.html
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Mulher, mãe, vegetariana estrita, médica com especialização em pediatria e nutrologia, sou inteiramente comprometida com a idéia de que uma alimentação adequada é a principal fonte de saúde e qualidade de vida, prática essa que sigo no meu dia-a-dia com minha família e meus amigos. Em meu consultório oriento não somente vegetarianos, mas também crianças e adultos com dificuldades alimentares, incluindo obesidade e dificuldade em ganho de peso, bem como gestantes, diabéticos, hipertensos e id ...
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The Plant-Based Academy by: Active Vegetarian

Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler, authors of Vegan Weight Loss Manifesto (2017) and Plant Powered Athlete (2020) founders of ActiveVegetarian.com and PlantBasedAcademy.ca

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Our philosophy is simple; If you take care of your body and mind, cleanse yourself of accumulated toxins and take steps on a wellness journey, at your own pace, your body will start to respond in a positive way and heal itself. The journey should include a healthy - preferable plant-based diet, mindful movement, connection with nature, plenty of sleep, clean water and quietude. Through the Academy we hope to inspire and support you on this healing journey by sharing tools with you, that have ...
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Stories from vegan perspectives. Great radio that just happens to be vegan. Shows pick a topic to explore in-depth. In the 2016-7 season Ian McDonald covered one epic tale - the backstory to today's vegetarian and vegan movements. From the Ganges delta to the hills of New England, from the iron age to the present day, voices challenge the idea that other animals exist soley for humans. Discover philosopher kings, rebel poets, and forgotten heroes.
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In this episode of the podcast, we’re talking about some of the best veggie hot dogs on the market today with a little help from our closed Facebook group the Peas and Carrots who voted on theirs. Check out the full show notes here.Vickie Velasquez & Larissa Galenes
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Season 2, Episode 11: Hybrid Pasty Hotdish and Easy Recipe Veggie Pot Pie. Hello! My name is Julie Hoag. I'm an author, cookbook author, food blogger, family life blogger, and narrator. I have a hybrid split table family as far as diets go being that I'm a vegetarian, and main cook for the family, while my husband and three sons eat meat. So I cook…
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In this episode of Vegetarian Zen, we’re pleased to welcome Gregg Rozeboom, owner of Fruitive, a 100% organic, vegan, and sustainable restaurant located in Virginia Beach and in Washington DC. We’re going to talk to Gregg about his inspiration for opening a 100% plant-based restaurant and about some of the yummy offerings on his menu. You can check…
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Season 2, Episode 10: A Culinary Blend - Crafting Everyday Eats with Jessica Hollows In this episode, we're whisking you away into the delicious world of everyday eats with the incredibly talented Jesseca Hallows of One Sweet Appetite. As a self-taught home chef and author, Jesseca has mastered the art of simplicity in the kitchen, crafting go-to r…
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In recent years, there’s been this huge protein push with a lot of companies trying to convince us that we’re protein deficient, especially if you’re plant-based or plant-based leaning. While a lot of this is media hype, there is some truth to the importance of making sure you have enough protein in your diet. In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen …
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Whether you are a “sweet” or “salty” type of snacker, there are really a LOT of choices available to you when it comes to vegan snacks! Here is a list of the top 15 vegan snacks we’re noshing on in 2024. This will be a mix of off-the-shelf prepackaged snacks as well as ones you can easily make yourself at home. There is also a mix of the healthy an…
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Season 2, Episode 9: Join me for a delightful dive into the world of backyard poultry with the charming Lisa Steele, a fifth-generation chicken keeper and the creative force behind Fresh Eggs Daily. In this episode, we're exploring the rustic charm of raising chickens, ducks, and geese, and uncovering the secrets to those deliciously diverse egg co…
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April is National Garden Month, a perfect time to embrace the warmer weather, get your hands dirty, and indulge in the many joys and benefits of gardening. Larissa and I have experimented with vegetable gardening over the years. We’ve had some very knowledgeable gardeners on the show in the past, including our friends Augie Sanchez (The Unkempt Gar…
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In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we’re pleased to welcome Kate Galli, a visionary vegan health coach who's been at the forefront of the fitness industry for over a decade. What really interested me about Kate’s story is that she focuses a lot of what she teaches on mindset, which I feel is critical to accomplishing anything…including …
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Season 2, Episode 8: Easy Scrumptious Apps for Easter Baked Brie and Hashbrown Cups, Plus Mexican Hummus Dip. Happy spring! Happy Easter! It's finally getting warm woohoo! I have three recipes to share. Baked Brie Ingredients: Brie cheese 1/3 c. fig jam 1/3 cup dried cranberries infused with blueberry (Craisins brand) 1/4 cup candied pecans (I love…
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In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, Larissa and I will be talking about vegetarian casseroles. The reason we want to talk about casseroles is that, much like a lot of topics we discuss on the podcast, they are a big interest to us primarily because of how much time we’ve been saving by making casseroles to have throughout the week. Meal …
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In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we’re going to be discussing some food and beverage trends expected this year. Neither Larissa nor I consider ourselves “trendy” but when it comes to all things veg, it’s neat to see how much people are adapting even more flexitarian lifestyles whether it be because of their own health, the animals, th…
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Season 2, Episode 7: Easy Ice Cream Desserts for Valentine's Day. Get recipes for easy sweets on Valentine's Day! These are prepare ahead recipes you can have all ready to go in your freezer to celebrate with on the the day of celebrating love! Celebrating Valentine's Day often come with food, holiday, and easy desserts. No bake treats are the best…
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This episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast is all about us! One of our longtime listeners requested that we do a show letting eveyrone know what we're up to so here we are! You can get links to everything we discuss in the show notes.Vickie Velasquez & Larissa Galenes
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Season 2, Episode 6: The Sensual Side of the Kitchen with Amy Reiley In this sizzling episode, we're stirring the pot with Amy Reiley, an acclaimed author and connoisseur of aphrodisiac foods. Amy's expertise isn't just confined to the written word; she's a dynamic speaker, cookbook author, consultant, and even a wine competition judge. With a Mast…
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There’s Still Nothing Like Picking Up a Good Magazine! Books and the Internet aren’t the only way to learn about plant-based recipes and tips or cruelty-free products. Magazines can be great resources as well. Let’s take a look at some of the best vegetarian and vegan magazines available. Vegetarian Zen is reader-supported. When you buy through lin…
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Season 2 Episode 5: No Bake Holiday Treats! We all love holiday baking, but sometimes it's nice to have a break from baking and still get something yummy! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Enjoy these no bake recipes and the season! Best wishes to you! Salted Chocolate Haystacks 10 oz chow mein noodles 11 oz butterscotch chips 1 bag (or ¾ bag) He…
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Season 2, Episode 4: History of Christmas Candies and Candy Chat with Daniel Zafran from the Candy is Dandy Podcast, where he is one of three co-hosts. Daniel stated their show is composed of them picking a candy, talking about the history and the story of it, reviewing it, and rating it. They also have candy news, play a candy related game, and do…
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In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast we’re pleased to welcome Ed and Natasha Tatton, co-founders of BReD–Organic Sourdough, a 100% plant-based café and bakery in Whistler, British Columbia. We talk to Ed and Natasha about vegan baking and their new book, BReD: Sourdough Loaves, Small Breads, and Other Plant-Base Baking, a complete plant-ba…
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Season 2, Episode 3: Find Joy in Food with Tara Teaspoon, Cookbook Author, TV Personality, Trained Chef, & Food Blogger. Tara is a two-time cookbook author, TV personality, former food editor & stylist, and food blogger. Her cookbooks are Live Life Deliciously (affiliate link) https://amzn.to/3MyCVT1 120 recipes to include classics and innovative w…
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Season 2, Episode 2: Nourishing People as a Traveling Retreat Chef Tiffany Sage Swan. Listen to my fun chat where I learned how Tiffany is combining her 25 years in the food/cooking/restaurant industry, her love of wellness, and sisterhood into a career as a traveling retreat chef! Under her chef hat, she has a comprehensive food-focused background…
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In this episode of The Vegetarian Podcast, Larissa and I talk about 3 recent news articles that caught our attention. Things are moving so fast in the plant-based space that we like to discuss topics here. You can check out the full show notes and links to the articles here.Vickie Velasquez & Larissa Galenes
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We’re in October (already…can you believe it?!) and smack dab in the middle of Vegetarian Awareness Month. In this episode, we discuss 8 ways you can celebrate vegetarianism this month. You can check out the show notes here.Vickie Velasquez & Larissa Galenes
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Season 2, episode 1 (episode 28 overall): Hello! It's fall and comfort food time in Minnesota! Hot dishes and quiches fit right in with our weather and cooking culture! In this episode I share about about my celebrating mom's book. If you need help with grieving, I urge you to get my book. Link below. I also shared fun stuff about how our new dog e…
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In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we share 15 vegan fall desserts. We'll also share a quick vegan baking primer to help you swap ingredients in your own favorite dessert recipes to make them vegan. Check out the full show notes with links to all the recipes here.Vickie Velasquez & Larissa Galenes
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Episode 27: Easy Hybrid Vegetarian Spinach and Beef Ricotta Pasta Bake and Pecan Squash Rolls Appetizer. Yummy recipes for fall! An easy quick prep recipe for an oven baked pasta bake and a delicious recipe for a fall appetizer, great for fall, parties, Thanksgiving, or Christmas, or a side dish (it tastes like a dessert!). Easy Hybrid Vegetarian S…
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In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen Podcast, we're revisiting the topic of high protein milk alternatives. The state of the plant-based milk industry is certainly booming so we're sharing the latest plus 5 of our own recommendations.Vickie Velasquez & Larissa Galenes
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In the quest to find healthy, satisfying, and delicious meals, vegetarian lunch ideas often top the list. Forget boring salads; we're talking about hearty salads, grain bowls, and so much more. This month, we've curated a list of 10 vegetarian lunch ideas we can't wait to try. These recipes are packed with simple ingredients that provide a complete…
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Episode 26: Rose's Family Favourites: A Delightful Mix of Kosher, Asian, Continental, and Jewish Recipes with Cookbook Author Rose Benjamin. Rose and I chatted about how her cookbook is a conglomeration of many family recipes. Making her recipes celebrates her family's traditions and creating this cookbook during the pandemic helped her create a fa…
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In this episode of The Vegetarian Zen podcast, Larissa and Vickie discuss 3 recent news articles and share their opinions and perspectives. You can get links to the articles plus full show notes here.Vickie Velasquez & Larissa Galenes
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Episode 25: Making Muffins & Desserts with Food Blogger and Muffin Cookbook Author Beth Baumgartner of The First Year Blog. Beth blogs about desserts, which is her passion, as are making fabulous muffins! She decided to create a muffin cookbook to go along with her desire for baking yummy muffins. She started her blog as a way to connect with her f…
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In this episode of The Vegetarian Zen podcast, we’re chatting with Stephanie Downs, CEO and Co-Founder of Uncaged Innovations, a company that creates material that mimics leather without sacrificing the characteristics that make it a desired material for the fashion, automotive, and home goods industries. We chat with Stephanie about her journey to…
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Caprese Pasta Salad, Big Pan of Cheesy Potatoes, and Crazy Boating Story from Up North. Easy simple yummy recipes to enjoy those fresh summer garden and local farm fresh tomatoes and basil leaves, and fall creeping in...a comfort food recipe for cheesy potatoes. Plus, a crazy boating story! Two boats were involved in this crazy story. What are th o…
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Today, Larissa and I are thrilled to have Diane Rose-Solomon on the show. Diane's an animal rescue advocate, award-winning author, filmmaker, and the creator of "What's Plant-Based Cooking Good Looking?". A certified Humane Education Specialist, Diane has transformed her life and others through her dedication to animal welfare and plant-based cooki…
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Episode 23: Frozen Yogurt Bars and Fresh Tomato, Onion, and Four Cheese Salad Recipes & Our Dog Rescue Story! Coming at you with a short episode this time because we are getting ready to go "up north"! A Minnesota phrase people commonly say when going anywhere north to a cabin or lake for vacation. Enjoy this super easy recipe for fruit frozen yogu…
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In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we’re pleased to welcome Brian Kateman. Brian is the President and co-founder of The Reducetarian Foundation. He coined the term reducetarian, which we’ve often used on this show. A reducetarian is a person who is deliberately reducing their consumption of meat but not necessarily going all-in on a pla…
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On the Vegetarians & Meat-Lovers Podcast with Julie Hoag. The epic rags to riches Journey to Success of Food Blogger and Bestselling Cookbook Author Marye Audet-White, Restless Chipotle: Enjoy the epic chat between host Julie Hoag and food blogger/cookbook author Marye Audet-White, the Restless Chipotle. With a 40 year focus on the importance of fa…
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Episode 21: Summer Salads and Desserts Berry Bomb Pop Fruit Salad, Cilantro Lime Cucumber Salad, Jalapeno Poppers & more for summer! Enjoying summer? I sure am! And all the yummy summer foods! Enjoy these summer delights and tasty dishes! Berry Bomb Pop Fruit Salad https://www.juliehoagwriter.com/2019/06/17/easy-4th-of-july-desserts-red-white-and-b…
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Over the weekend I read an article in the Vegconomist on the topic of mycoprotein. “What is mycoprotein?”, you might be asking. Mycoprotein is a plant-based protein made from a fungus, and it’s something you may want to pay attention to whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or are just looking to have less meat on your plate. We're going to discuss how…
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Potluck etiquette is like the secret sauce that turns a good food fest into a great one. Picture this: your friends, family, and neighbors getting together for a massive feast, each showcasing their kitchen prowess and favorite recipes. Sounds pretty amazing, right? It’s a cost-effective way to have a good time and indulge in an array of delicious …
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Vegetarians & Meat-Lovers Podcast welcomes Rosemary Molloy of An Italian in my Kitchen Food blog. Rosemary is an authentic Italian cook and baker. She shares authentic Italian cooking with the world on her blog, on Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube as well as her website: Rosemary Molloy Food Blogger & Food Stylist Website: anitalianinmyk…
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Episode 19: Pastry Chef Brianna Shaver Garden Box Baking Interview. Brianna is a Pastry Chef turned SAHM who is now focusing on her craft of masterful dessert creation as a digital creator, social media influencer, and food photographer. She also does custom orders in Seattle. Brianna and I had a really fun chat about baking! She shared her experie…
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2023 marks 10 years since Larissa and I made the decision to become vegetarians and we’ve learned a lot along the way. One question we hear every now and then from people not familiar with plant-based diets is, “Is being vegetarian (or vegan) even healthy?” Well, we thought the 10-year anniversary of when we made the decision to go veg would be a g…
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Episode 18: Soy Garlic Pork Marinade, Portabella Mushroom Marinade, & Tomato Fennel Pasta Salad. Welcome to my podcast where I talk all things food, cooking, and meal prep for split tables where some people are vegetarians and others are meat eaters. I have three recipes to share and this could be your full meal plan right here! Below are links to …
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Discover the world of vegan charcuterie boards! Explore creative ideas to craft stunning, mouthwatering plant-based spreads for any occasion. You can check out the show notes for this episode here.Vickie Velasquez & Larissa Galenes
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Episode 17: Easy Recipes for Spring Mix Greens Salad Recip with Balsamic Fresh Mozzarella Pepitas and Half Meat Half Cheese Pizza Casserole. Super easy good meals are important when you are busy but need to feed your family. We have the option of premade meals or frozen, but easy homemade meals are the best! Enjoy these recipes and refer back to th…
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In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen Podcast, we’re going to share 10 vegan tostada ideas for busy weeknights. Larissa and I appreciate quick easy meals as I’m sure a lot of you do as well. Tostadas are a meal we have in our rotation but they can sometimes get a little boring so we’re going to share some ideas we’ll be trying soon. You can check o…
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Ep 16: How Plant-Centered Nutrition Can Heal You with Former Meat-Eater and Dietician Ashley Kitchens. Listen to my amazing and incredible discussion with my podcast guest Ashley. She's a former meat eater who grew up on an Angus beef farm. Yes! She came from a heavy meat-eating childhood. She always had GI issues and it wasn't until she started go…
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