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It's THE show that makes healthy living not suck! So you’ll actually do it. And so you’ll actually feel, look and live your best.

Hosted by Talia Pollock, creator of Party in My Plants

Oct 5, 2017

Today’s guest is an expert in sweet potatoes. She’s also an enthusiast of them. She’s also a spokesperson for them! Jenné Claiborne, the creator of is a vegan chef, YouTuber, blogger and author of the upcoming (or already published! If you’re listening to this after February 2018) cookbook: Sweet Potato Soul. I wonder how they came up with that title. What’s amazing and admirable about Jenné (well, many things are) but one thing is that she came to plant-based eating (or really veganism, as you’ll hear she prefers to call it) for animal rights reasons and THEN miraculously reaped the health and happiness effects. My experience has been the exact opposite, and it was pretty cool to chat with an ethical vegan who doesn’t want to rip my head off when we talk about that! I also admire Jenné’s pure love for the bean. And of course we talk about ways to prevent the dreaded bean toot….yes, it’s quite a hoot.

Press play to hear: 

  • What Buddha Bowls are, how to make one and why you should even care!
  • Some reasons why plants are wayyy better for the environment than meat.
  • Smart, easy ways for plant-eaters to get their protein! (And cook it.) (And also, not care so much about it.)
  • What it means when you can’t eat beans. (And how to stop the tooting!)
  • Jenné’s epic road trip and how she stayed healthy (and vegan) during it!
  • And so much more!

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