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The Lone Vegan Misquoted and then Retracted in Range Magazine!

Range Magazine‘s editor asked REAL founder, Caryn Hartglass (a.k.a. The Lone Vegan) to submit a 250-word summary article based on her talk at the Snyder Livestock Climate Change Panel back in March. The summary was published exactly as submitted. Unfortunately on the same page, after the article and her bio, Caryn was misquoted. She wrote…

Gary De Mattei, The Lone Vegan Documentary

Gary De Mattei, The Lone Vegan Documentary GARY DE MATTEI has over thirty years in the performing arts as an actor, director, producer, writer and filmmaker. He co-founded and operated Theater on San Pedro Square (1999-2008) a 200 seat performance venue and resident theatre company in San Jose, CA. He moved to New York in…

The Lone Vegan: Preaching To The Fire

Caryn Hartglass, Responsible Eating And Living founder and vegan since 1988, was invited by the owner of a feedlot in Yerington, Nevada to give a talk on climate change to cattle ranchers on the eve before an annual bull sale. Part of a four-person panel including a climate change skeptic and an advocate of animal…

LONE VEGAN PROJECT – Thank you!

On March 8, 2014, REAL co-founder Caryn Hartglass was part of a four-person panel which included a climate change skeptic and an advocate of animal agriculture intensification. In order to do the research and prepare for the event, Responsible Eating And Living launched The Lone Vegan Kickstarter Project. Caryn’s talk was centered on the devastating…

The Lone Vegan Documentary Trailer

REAL co-founder Caryn Hartglass was asked by the owner of a feedlot in Yerington, Nevada to give a talk on climate change on March 8, 2014, to cattle ranchers on the eve before the annual bull sale. Part of a four-person panel including a climate change skeptic and an advocate of animal agriculture intensification, Caryn…

What Vegans Eat – Day 1159, Special Travel Edition

After our first night in Costa Rica we got up to search for food. We have a kitchen in the unit we are staying in so we can prepare some of our meals. I have been looking forward to the tropical fruit, one of my favorite things here. Before our arrival I had checked online…

What Vegans Eat – Day 1108

Lunch: After being away from home for so long it was very nice to wake up in our bed. What wasn’t nice was that I couldn’t sleep in! I had scheduled some coaching calls with clients in the morning and then I had to move the car. It’s Thursday and the car was parked on…

What Vegans Eat – Day 1042, Travel Edition

Breakfast:We both didn’t sleep very well last night – too much going on in our heads, with The Music Man soundtrack playing 24/7 in our mind’s background. Gary’s got the dance numbers in his head and I have the measures of songs that have the harmonies. When we finally got up and moving we went…

What Vegans Eat – Day 1023

Breakfast: The plan today was to take my parents’ two cars to the Toyota store in Huntington for tune ups. They both had maintenance check lights lit on the dashboards. My dad used to bring his cars to this place and I could understand why he liked it. It was a big operation with a…

What Vegans Eat – Day 1013

Breakfast: Here we go again. My dad is still in the ICU. It looks pretty clear that he will not be coming home. It’s a difficult time. After a needed night’s sleep, I got up, had my breakfast and went back to the hospital. I went with the cold version of yesterday’s breakfast: Rolled Oats,…

What Vegans Eat – Day 1011

Breakfast: I woke at my parents’ home and got ready for another day at the hospital. I am so grateful for Rolled Oats. It is an easy breakfast that keeps me nourished for a long time. Mom had defrosted some frozen Strawberries a few days ago. They are so good this way, sweet and syrupy.…

What Vegans Eat – Day 986, Travel Edition

Breakfast: After my night along in Walnut Creek I got up to make breakfast. I am not really alone, I am watching two cats named Jack and Cheddar, but they don’t say very much. Had brought some cooked Multigrain cereal with me that Gary and I had made when we were at his sister’s house…

What Vegans Eat – Day 974, Travel Edition

Breakfast: Settling in here in Monte Sereno for a few days, preparing for the next show we are directing, The Sound of Music. It goes well with Oatmeal, cooked with Apples, Raisins and Oolong Tea.   Lunch: Gary took off to visit his dad and left me alone in this quiet and peaceful place to…

Michael Suchman and Ethan Ciment, The Vegan Mos

    Get the Fresh Fruit Tart recipe Caryn talks about in this episode!     Michael Suchman and Ethan Ciment, The Vegan Mos, NYC Vegan Michael Suchman is a recovering lawyer. After practicing in the field of Corporate Litigation for 12 years, he was tired of representing corporations over the interests of individuals. Since…

The Vegan Mos, NYC Vegan

Get the Fresh Fruit Tart recipe Caryn talks about in this episode! Michael Suchman and Ethan Ciment – The Vegan Mos, NYC Vegan Michael Suchman is a recovering lawyer. After practicing in the field of Corporate Litigation for 12 years, he was tired of representing corporations over the interests of individuals. Since stopping practicing, he…

Dr. Ian McDonald, The Vegan Option

Ian McDonald is a BBC-trained radio producer who started The Vegan Option because he wanted to do baketivism for the brain – really interesting radio that just happened to be vegan. He’s taking sabbatical from paid employment to record interviews with world-leading experts, pore over esoteric research in the British Library, and travel to the…

What Vegans Eat – Day 828

Brunch: I got up early (for me) and went into the PRN studio to interview David Yeung of Green Monday. He lives in Hong Kong and is in New York for the Reducetarian Summit. It was a fantastic interview which will air on June 13. I picked up a few things at Trader Joe’s and…

Casey Taft, Millennial Vegan

Dr. Casey T. Taft is Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine and an internationally recognized researcher in the area of family violence prevention. Dr. Taft has published over 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles, chaired an American Psychological Association task force on trauma, and consulted with the United Nations on preventing violence and abuse…

Gary De Mattei, Vegan Musings

REAL Co-founder, Gary De Mattei is back to join Caryn Hartglass and muse on a variety of themes including Veggie Pride, Food Addictions, Nut and Seed Butters on Corn Thins at Midnight and a lot more! Since 2009, It’s All About Food, has been bringing you the best in up-to-date news regarding food and our…

What Vegans Eat – Day 771

Breakfast: Working away on our weekend leftovers, I took the last piece of Chickpea Flatbread and loaded it up with Marinara, Avocado, Porcini Mushrooms and Tomatoes. This is a winner.   Daily Green Juice: Kale, Collards, Beet Greens, Red Cabbage, Celery, Ginger, Lemon   Dinner: Gary made a giant Asian Salad with Napa Cabbage, Bean…