Simply Vegan Podcast Season 5 Episode 1

Read Time:   |  2nd November 2021

Exciting product reviews, the latest from COP26 and your questions answered on seaweed and lectins

Happy World Vegan Month! To celebrate, we’ll be treating you to TWO episodes of The Simply Vegan Podcast every single week!

On Tuesdays, tune in to hear editor Holly and digital assistant Molly Pickering taste test the newest vegan products, before discussing the hot topics of the day.

Our resident team of doctors and nutritionists from Plant-Based Health Professionals will also be on hand to answer all your questions. Email them to simplyvegan@anthem.co.uk.

This week, Holly and Molly review some tasty sourdough snacks from Peter’s Yard, the new vegan cheese and onion pies from Pukka, and gelatine-free marshmallows from Free From Fellows (perfect for Bonfire Night!).

They also discuss the events taking place at COP26 and the fact beef is STILL on the menu, before answering your questions on the sustainability of nori seaweed.

And finally, Dr Shireen Kassam puts your mind to rest about harmful lectins in beans.

Coming up on Thursday, Holly chats to environmental activist Amber Nuttall, live from COP26’s Extreme Hangout about the events taking place in Glasgow, how she’s engaging the younger generation in the climate crisis and her hopes for a better future for everyone.

Where can I listen to the Simply Vegan Podcast?

You can listen to the podcast using the podcast player below. Or, if you want to listen via your preferred platform, you can find us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and all the usual places. Just search for the Simply Vegan podcast and you’ll find us!

Don’t forget, you can also catch up with the Simply Vegan Podcast on our YouTube channel

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