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The Bearded Vegans finds hosts Paul and Andy in a discussion dissecting all things vegan. News, reviews, interviews and in depth discussion of issues within the vegan community are regular features of the show.

Episode Description

Episode 62 – Does Signing Petitions Promote Animal Exploitation?

This week Paul and Andy review V Street in Philadelphia as well as Black Flamingo and Delice & Sarrasin in New York City. New items include the most effective way to market vegan burgers, the efficacy of social media in the fight against animal agriculture and an update on Prop 3 in Massachusetts. The episode concludes with an in depth discussion asking whether or not online petitions are inherently speciesist and thus bad for animals.

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Restaurants Visited:
V Street (Philadelphia, PA)
Black Flamingo (New York, NY)
Delice & Sarrasin (New York, NY)

Articles discussed:

Delice & Sarrasin “Can Be Made Vegan”

Behind The Fight To Convince People To Buy Meatless Burgers

How the vegan movement broke out of its echo chamber and finally started disrupting things

Social media has become an unwieldy nightmare for the meat industry

Signing Petitions Promotes Animal Exploitation – A Deer Case Study


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