A beginners guide to veganism
Veganism is all the rage right now.
Adopting a plant-based diet has become a big international food trend for 2018.
But veganism is more than just a diet fad, a panel of experts explain.
[FOOD] We discuss changing to a vegan-led lifestyle & vegan dining with Dietitian @jesskotlowitz, animal activist & Vegan-It chef Nikki Botha & #GreenandVegan founders Karen Fletcher & Patrick Knight pic.twitter.com/FOSwl1jll5— CapeTalk on 567AM (@CapeTalk) April 30, 2018
People go vegan for ethical reasons, environmental reasons or for health reasons.
In the audio below you will hear the following guests answer all your questions about going vegan:
- Animal activist and vegan chef Nikki Botha
- Hosts of vegan pop-up dining "Green and Vegan" Patrick and Karen Fletcher
- Vegan and registered dietician Jessica Kotlowitz
Take a listen to learn more:
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : A beginners guide to veganism
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