22 August 2012

The Starter Vegan Podcast #4: A chat with JL Fields of JL Goes Vegan

In this episode, I have a friendly chat with JL Fields about the perfect vegan, JL's upcoming book and the launch of her new business coaching new vegans through the transition to a vegan lifestyle.

From JL's blog:
 JL Fields is a vegan lifestyle coach and educator - certified by the Main Street Vegan Academy - at Go Vegan with JL! A devoted culinary student, she has studied at the Natural Gourmet Institute and Organic Avenue, and completed the Intensive Study Program at The Christina Pirello School of Natural Cooking and Integrative Health Studies. JL speaks on plant-based food and vegan activism, fitness and body image, making big changes post-40, blogging, and nonprofit management; clients include The Seed: A Vegan Experience and the Business Institute at Long Island University-CW Post. She has been interviewed for radio shows and podcasts including Main Street Vegan on Unity.FM, Our Hen House, and Erin Red Radio. JL shares plant-based education, recipes and cooking techniques, as well as animal rights information and resources, on the popular blog JL goes Vegan, in her weekly online column “I Eat Plants” for the Life Style section of The Journal News (Westchester, NY), and on Elephant Journal. She is the editor of the community blog Stop Chasing Skinny.

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If you're interested in being a guest on the show or want to suggest a topic, contact me at veganfarmgirlinthecity@gmail.com.

Thanks for listening!

Fianna MacGregor | Blog | Blog | Twitter | Email
New York City Fianna has been vegan for 36 years. She is currently working on a second M.A. in Human Rights from NYU. When she isn’t veganizing every cookbook she can get her hands on, she’s working her urban farm in New York City. She also writes extensively on veganism, running and green living. Her newest project is to trace everything she buys to find out if it’s cruelty-free (both animal and human) and eco-friendly. Fianna and her fiancĂ© are animal rescuers of dogs, cats and birds.

Photo credit: JL Fields