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Did you know Pythagoras had a mathematical musical vegetarian cult? Have you heard about the Manchester Victorian vegetarian church? Did you know early vegetarians weren't called vegetarians, but Brahmins? As interest in veganism and vegetarianism soars, there's no shortage of recipe sites, food documentaries, and information to help folks go vegan. But if you go looking for a a cohesive picture of our movement's history, your brain will be left hungry. BBC radio guy, vegan podcaster, and history enthusiast Ian McDonald envisions a cure for this sad situation -- wait til you hear what he's working on! Better yet, wait til you hear how you can be part of it. Listen!

Linkfest: Progressive Kitch Episode 6: Anti-Veg Myths -- Debunkery and Social NavigationThe Vegan Option -- Judgemental: social attitudes towards vegetariansRynn BerryBest of the Left.

Braingarden: Vegetarianism: The Story So Far - A Radio HistoryThe History of the World, by J.M. Roberts & O.A. Westad.


Image credit: History photo via Shutterstock.


Direct download: ProgressiveKitch-Episode12-History-of-Vegetarianism-IanMcDonald.mp3
Category:Food and Health -- posted at: 12:33am EDT

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