Plated Earth Food Fables are short historical fiction stories about produce and its ability to connect people, culture, and history. This Food Fable shares an original fiction story, creating an origin for folklore that claims eating a passion fruit will cause one to fall in love with the next person they lay eyes on.
Jon grew up in the vegan/punk/straight edge scene in Baltimore, Maryland. Growing up with an abusive dad, then later seeing the documentary Earthlings, Jon made the correlation between the pain he had experienced and the pain the animals were experiencing in standard practice animal agriculture.
Aside from remaining an ethical vegan, Jon is also a Certified Yoga Teacher and performs sound healing meditation, which he describes it’s importance in detail, especially for activists or those facing repetitive trauma.
For more of Jon’s journey, or to book musical lessons, check these out:
Outdoor Arts https://www.instagram.com/jonburrier/
School of Holistic Vibrations https://www.instagram.com/jonburrierdrums/
Bad Grrrls Club Organics https://www.instagram.com/badgrrrlscluborganics/
Jen is a teacher, mom and advocate who helps people build a family culture around veganism. She revolutionized her home three years ago; going from a typical meat-eating family to one with a vision; conscious living through compassion and acts of service.
In this episode, Jen brings on her 8 year old son Anderson, to give his personal reasons for going vegan, along with some of the struggles he’s had with friends and family.
Jen and Anderson:
Coaching for a Cause: https://coachingforcause.com/jen/
Dr. Garth Davis – Proteinaholic (Episode 203): http://proteinaholic.com/
The Gentle Barn: https://www.gentlebarn.org/
by CHLOE: https://www.instagram.com/eatbychloe/
Rob Ruiz of The Land & Water Co. comes on to talk all about his upcoming event “Gastronomy without Borders” by Edible San Diego with Javier Plascencia. Joe Herrmann shares the aftermath of Fourth of July weekend along with what’s crackin’ in the Farmer’s Market cooler!