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This week we follow some of Andy’s initial Canadian food adventures, delve into a couple of interesting news topics, and conclude with an in depth discussion on one of veganism’s stickiest topics: honey. We’re all sick of explaining to people why consuming honey isn’t vegan, but what about those who say the best way to support bees is to consume the honey harvested by local beekeepers? Is it possible that the survival of the species depends on humans exploiting the product of their labor? Are the honey bees even under threat at all? Do you like jazz? Paul and Andy attempt to cut through the buzz and find some answers.

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Food:
Strong Hearts Cafe (Syracuse, NY)

Beechwood Donuts (St Catharines)

The Hearty Hooligan (Hamilton, ON)

Articles:

Result of a Care2 petition by Lacey Kohlmoos

Does Lonely Planet promote elephant rides?

‘Eating Animals’ Documentary Narrated by Natalie Portman Gets Standing Ovation at Telluride

Why this Kansas town is protesting new Tyson Foods poultry plant bringing 1,600 jobs

This Meat Company Dumps More Pollution Into Waterways Each Year Than ExxonMobil

Slaughterhouse workers are more likely to be violent, study shows

Why We Need Bees

8 Companies and Organizations Truly Helping Honey Bees

How can you help the bees?

Why Vegans (And Everyone Else) Should Eat Honey

Call off the bee-pocalypse: U.S. honeybee colonies hit a 20-year high

Colony collapse: 10 years after the crisis began, what is happening to the world’s bees?

Colony Collapse Disorder

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