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156: Dying to Race

156: Dying to Race

Ellen Ericksen is a known animal rights activist here in San Diego. She's also been on the podcast a few times already to discuss Sea World as well as Del Mar racetrack (Episodes 88 and 94).

With horse racing season coming up (7/17/2019), Ellen returns to the podcast to expose some of the details behind the $100 BILLION dollar industry, including the underground horse slaughter and horse-meat trade that's happening right in our own backyards!

To follow Ellen or participate in a protest:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passionatevegan/
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/ellen.ericksen

Sign the Petition! https://www.change.org/p/santa-anita-racetrack-santa-anita-stop-killing-racehorses

For more about horse racing deaths & slaughter:
Horse Death Watch (USA): https://www.horsedeathwatch.com/
Horse Racing Kills (AUS): https://horseracingkills.com/issues/deathwatch/
The Horse Fund; Slaughter (USA): https://horsefund.org/horse-slaughter-resources.php
The Guardian (USA): https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/mar/08/santa-anita-closes-horse-deaths-racing
Animal Aid (UK): https://www.animalaid.org.uk/the-issues/our-campaigns/horse-racing/

52: What Does It Take To Become A Certified Cheese Professional?

52: What Does It Take To Become A Certified Cheese Professional?

Jonathan McDowell tells us what it takes to earn a CCP designation and what it really means.

94: A Storyteller For The Animals

94: A Storyteller For The Animals

Ellen Ericksen, returning guest from Episode 88, dives a little deeper into the Del Mar Racetrack and exposes more of the hideous truths behind the business. With money being a key motivator, a lot of work is done to cover up what really happens on the track! Recently, there was some minor coverage for the death of horse, Bobby Abu Dhabi, but unfortunately rider Victor Espinoza has received much greater attention for his non-fatal injury. The last part of the podcast dives into the more widely known topic of Sea World.

Ellen's FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/ellen.ericksen
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/passionatevegan

88: Death Race

88: Death Race

What is a protest? What goes into the organization of a protest? Who gets involved? What are the laws? All of these questions, and many more were definitely on my list for guest, Ellen Ericksen. Ellen has been vegan for a really long time, and has been fighting for animals since she can remember. She's extremely knowledgable of both sides of the law; the protester's side and the cruelty-promoting business' side. Ellen has earned a reputation for causing unethical businesses to shut down, but it has all come from a place of love for the animals!

With San Diego being the home of the deathly Del Mar Races, the Del Mar Fair, Sea World and once even a slaughterhouse, Ellen (unfortunately) has no shortage of people to talk to, regarding their financial contributions that encourage the prosperity of these businesses. Many of us know why Sea World has a bad reputation, but when Ellen told me what goes on at the Del Mar Fair, I was shocked!

Ellen's FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/ellen.ericksen

49: Jake’s Del Mar | Featuring Farmer’s Market Produce & Fresh Seafood

49: Jake's Del Mar | Featuring Farmer's Market Produce & Fresh Seafood

Join Kat Humphus as she talks with Chef de Cuisine of Jake's Del Mar, Paul Niles, about their farmers market specials and fresh seafood!

44: Arterra | Del Mar

44: Arterra | Del Mar

Tune in as Kat Humphus, welcomes Executive Chef Evan Cruz of Arterra Restaurant and Lounge in Del Mar.  He talks about his ever-changing menu and the ability to work with locally sourced product.

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