Vegan Thread Episodes

March 9, 2021

Cajou Creamery (plant-based ice cream)With Nicole Foster In Baltimore, MD S 2 E 19

Cajou Creamery (Kah-jū) sound mood: Ms. Lauryn Hill Featuring Bob Marley & The Wailers Spring is around us, and those nostalgic feelings of warm weather, summer memories, and ice cream run synonymous and for many who maintain a plant-based approach for food having a selection of plant based ice cream with international cuisine, flavors are sweet melodies to our tummy’s and definitely worth an entry into our vegan culture black book. Cajou Creamery (Kah-jū) Maryland, USA is absolutely worthy of…

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March 4, 2021

Raw Veganism with Ashley Chong in Charleston, SC S 2 E 18

Raw And Radiant sound mood: Maze and Frankie Beverly Golden Time Of Day (Remastered) Everyone has their own time of arrival it can be in a form of a spiritual journey, mental clarity, or physical transformation and that process started for Ashley Renee Chong about 9 years ago. It started with a simple let me lose a few pounds for my sister's wedding and instead what happened to Ashley was life-altering but in a special way. After a trip to the doctor and learning a prediabetic diagnosis Chong …

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Dec. 21, 2020

A Peace Of Soul Vegan Kitchen With Folami Geter in Columbia, SC EP 031

A Peace Of Soul Vegan Kitchen EP 031 When we think about soul food origin we think about the southern states and soul food deriving during slavery in the Deep South: South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia, are traditional taught navigation skips are ancestorial plant-based roots and not by fault by, traditional landscapes that were passed down to many of us. Plant-based food cuisine historically can be found throughout the Caribbean, Africa, and Latin countries which …

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Nov. 24, 2020

Climate, Human & Animal Activism in Atlanta with Christopher “Soul” Eubanks EP 026

This year alone, Americans have taken the approach of a plant-based lifestyle. According to Beet African Americans are the fastest-growing group to go vegan. Naturally sparking a conversation between Subject Thread Podcast and Christopher Soul Eubanks out of Atlanta, GA once working in finance now a full-time well-known activist and leader within Atlanta’s vegan community, In the areas of Climate control, Human rights, and Animal Activism. Soul Eubanks also has a creative resume which includes…

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Oct. 26, 2020

Acting, Veganism and Mac & Yease With Ayinde Full Episode 019

Born in Tacoma, Washington, Ayindé Howell has been a lifelong vegan and an avid yoga practicer from a very young age. He built his business around his lifestyle and became an entrepreneur, vegan chef, and founder of ieatgrass . He has over 20 years of experience and training in being a restaurant chef. Ayindé’s breakthrough as a chef happened in Seattle as a co-owner of a vegan sandwich shop, which became quite well received amongst tourists and locals both especially during lunchtime. Ayindé’s…

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Oct. 5, 2020

"THEY'RE TRYING TO KILL US" with Bad Ass Vegan Episode 13

Subject Thread Podcast Interviews Vegan Entrepreneur and Film Director ‘Bad Ass Vegan’ John Lewis aka Bad Ass Vegan has made ripples in the fitness world. Having invested over two decades in this industry, it can be easily said that he feels extremely passionate about health and fitness. His love for fitness extends to the point that he has also played Division 1 College Basketball. John now helps people who want to make a healthier change in their life by imparting his knowledge and fixation a…

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