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193: Choice Juicery

193: Choice Juicery

 

Choice Juicery CEO and bad-ass babe, Nastasha McKeon prides herself on being a "momtrepreneur" — balancing the hustles of being a business owner, mother, and certified plant-based nutritionist.

In this episode, Nastasha tells her personal story on how and why she became vegan, but also how she is able to run the fully vegan, gluten-free, organic brand, Choice.

Website: http://www.choicejuicery.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/choicejuicery/
PS. They're hiring! Check this out: https://www.instagram.com/p/B3Cas_7nMoS/

191: Nomad Vegan Eats

191: Nomad Vegan Eats

 

Jasmine Singh & Rebecca Newell are the sauce bosses behind Nomad Vegan Eats; the Whole Food Plant-Based "cheese" company, servin' up crunch wraps, nachos and so much more! Everything is made with love, and organic ingredients right here in San Diego!

Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nomadeats/help-us-create-our-liquid-gold-empire?ref=discovery&term=liquid%20gold
Website: http://www.Nomadveganeats.com

To Buy:
Just Peachy: 1354 N. Coast Hwy, Encinitas, Ca 92024
Healthy Creations: 376 N El Camino Real, Encinitas, Ca 92024
Mission Square: 6171 Mission Gorge Rd. unit 111 San Diego, Ca 92120
Artisan's Palate: 26459 Ynez Rd. Suite C Temecula, Ca 92591
Jimbo's Carmel Valley: 12841 El Camino Real, San Diego, CA 92130

Sundays @ Leucadia Farmer's Market
Tuesdays @ San Marcos Farmer's Market
Wednesdays @ Carlsbad Farmer's Market

184: San Diego Vegan Democrats

184: San Diego Vegan Democrats

 

Chyann Cox is the President of San Diego Vegan Democrats and Delegate of the California Democratic Party. In this episode, Chyann discusses some of the ways people can get legally involved with San Diego's vegan community to help combat animal cruelty on a judicial level.
*Disclosure*: Although this podcast discusses political parties, I do not wish to discuss personal association (or lack of association) with political parties. This episode is about two people discussing similar views on broad vegan topics.</>

Chyann:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chyanncox
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/chyannmarie.cox.5

SD Vegan Democrats:
Instagram: sandiegovegandemocrats
FaceBook: SanDiegoVeganDems
Website: https://www.sdvegandems.com/

The 39th Annual Roosevelt Dinner: https://sdcdp.ngpvanhost.com/form/4867829346745712640

1st Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm @ Gourmet Island Bistro
Volunteer days at https://www.sahh4life.org/

183: Sale Ranch Sanctuary

183: Sale Ranch Sanctuary

 

Jen Sale fell in love with horses as a young girl, and her animal-loving journey began with her first horse, Patches. In 2011, with the intention of solely running a horse rescue, Jen and her husband moved to Temecula. Little did they know, they'd switch to a plant-based diet and start rescuing all animals; especially those in dire need of medical care and emotional connection.

Website: https://www.saleranchsanctuary.org
To Donate: https://donorbox.org/srs-monthly-sponsorship
2019 GraceGiving : https://www.saleranchsanctuary.org/gracegiving-event-2019
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saleranchsanctuary/
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/SaleRanchSanctuary/

178: José for Congress

178: José for Congress

 

José Caballero grew up in a small town in Texas to parents of Panamanian, Puerto Rican, and Mexican descent. Until the age of five, José grew up with both parents, however, after José's father was imprisoned for drug dealing and money laundering, his mother was forced to raise him and his younger sister on a less than average income, working multiple jobs to support them.

Today, José is running for US Congress CA53 to end all animal agriculture subsidies and inform the public of the health dangers associated with animal products, but his story had a bit of an interesting start to it.

Disclosure: Although I've allowed a politician on the show, I do not discuss my personal association (or lack of association) with political parties.

Website: http://JoseForCongress.us
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jose.caballero.sd/
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/jose4sd/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoseCaballeroSD
To Donate: https://www.joseforcongress.us/contribute/

S2: 32 – Chef Adrien Villarreal of Tahona | FM Report: WK1 July Summer Staples

S2: 32 – Chef Adrien Villarreal of Tahona | FM Report: WK1 July Summer Staples

 

Today's Farmer's Market Report features Summer staples like eggplant, squash and melons! Also, Chef Adrien Villarreal is in for a chat about Mezcal!

169: Self-Reflection

169: Self-Reflection

**EXPLICIT**
This episodes contains language and content not suitable for children. In this episode, I've done a bit of self-reflecting (What? No guest??... NOPE). What is this thing called life, and what's my purpose here? How do we heal from past traumas and use them for the best today?

If you're looking to the answers to those questions, you won't find them here.. you'll just find me pondering the thoughts in my head. Hopefully I can at least help you feel like you're not alone if you are thinking the same thing. Love you guys!

167: WFPB Chef

167: WFPB Chef

Chef Roberto Carboni was once suffering from numerous health challenges and symptoms. He eventually found relief from his problems by switching to a Whole Food Plant Based diet!

Roberto now has his certification in Plant Based Nutrition from eCornell and uses his own personal experience to fuel his healthy cooking today.

For information about current events, services, resources and more:
Website: www.wfpbchef.com
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/WFPB-CHEF-Home-543074282854289/

Tuscan Plant Based Cuisine at HI Street Kitchen and Tap:
Sunday, July 7th, 2019 at 6pm
7767 Balboa Ave
San Diego, California
(858) 430-6815

S2: 30 – Chef Justin Vaiciunas of Luca at The Guild Hotel

S2: 30 - Chef Justin Vaiciunas of Luca at The Guild Hotel

Chef Justin Caiciunas of Luca at The Guild Hotel is new to San Diego and bringing life into a classic San Diego building. Also, the Farmer's Market report with Joe Herrmann features 'A Slow Start To Summer'.

165: Therapeutic Vinyasa Yoga

165: Therapeutic Vinyasa Yoga

*Mildly Explicit Language*
Elia Nikolaev started his journey through living a more compassionate life around the age of 22, when he read the great Paramahansa Yogananda's "Autobiography of a Yogi", which was a gateway into his next phase of life. From there, he took his first Hatha Yoga class, and eventually became certified in 2006.

In this episode, Elia describes the importance of yoga and meditation, and how to incorporate the principals derived from those practices, into the foods we eat.

FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/therapeuticvinyasa
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therapeuticvinyasa/
Website: http://therapeuticvinyasayoga.com/
Yoga Tropics: http://www.yogatropics.com/

 


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