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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jasmin Singer. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jasmin Singer, often where they are interviewed.

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Ep. 31: Interview with Jasmin Singer, Our Hen House

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Meet our guest:
Jasmin Singer is a writer and activist living in Los Angeles. She is the author of the memoir, Always Too Much and Never Enough (2016), which tells her story of finding herself through juicing, veganism, and love, as she went from fat to thin and from feeding her emotions to feeding her soul. In 2016, Jasmin was named by The Advocate Magazine as one of “40 Under 40 People to Teach Us About Each Other.” From 2010-2016, Jasmin was the Executive Director for Our Hen House. In September, 2016, Jasmin joined VegNews Magazine as the Senior Editor.

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Sep 17 2020 · 32mins
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045 Hope is a Strategy": Meet Vegan Powerhouse Jasmin Singer

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Join Kathy as she speaks with Jasmin Singer, writer, speaker, editor and co-host of the award-winning Our Hen House! The two chat about:

-- how Jasmine is managing sheltering in place in a small LA apartment with her wife, three senior dogs, and a cat

-- Jasmin's belief in the power of personal narrative as a means of social change -- and a little bit of her personal story

-- Our Hen House!

-- the good, the bad, and the ugly or writing a memoir, and Jasmin's upcoming book: the Veg News Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan

-- Jasmin's efforts to help bring racial equity to the animal rights and vegan movements

Connect with Kathy Stevens:

Facebook: facebook.com/kathy.stevens.CASfacebook.com/catskillanimalsanctuary

Twitter: twitter.com/CASanctuary/

Books: https://store.casanctuary.org/collections/books/products/where-the-blind-horse-sings

Website: Catskill Animal Sanctuary

Instagram: instagram.com/catskill_animal_sanctuary/

YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/CASanctuary

May 27 2020 ·

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27 - Are You a Food Addict? With Jasmin Singer

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Jasmin Singer, author of the memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough, was vegan long before she was thin.

She struggled for thirty years with her weight and, more importantly, a destructive relationship with food.

Even after dedicating herself professionally and personally to compassion for animals, she was still missing compassion for herself.

She says it was only after she turned her objective from vanity to self-care, and traded vegan snacks for juice fasts, that she was able to get to the root of her food addiction, lose 100 pounds, and finally heal her spirit.

Jasmin is the co-host of multi-award-winning podcast Our Hen House, the digital director of VegNews, and a TEDx speaker who wants you to know that compassion is the only path to living in our authentic selves.

She joins Alexandra and Dotsie to share how she broke through her emotional eating, why we should all strive to see ourselves through our grandmothers’ eyes, and why she is unapologetic about not eating anyone who has a mother.

While telling her stereotype-defying story, Jasmin will teach you how to speak a little more nicely to yourself and drop your toxic habits for the ultimate freedom.

What we discuss in this episode:

- How our parents can unintentionally warp our relationship with food and why we turn to toxic habits to fill emotional voids

- The realization that pushed Jasmin from vegetarianism to veganism, why communities are important for your transition, and Jasmin’s advice for finding a “vegan family” of your own

- Unpacking food addiction and why what we consume must align with our authentic selves

- Veganism is not a diet! Jasmin shares how she takes the guesswork out of people understanding veganism and how the show Explained gave her hope that people are leaning into plants

- How Fat, Sick, & Nearly Dead and Eat to Live changed Jasmin’s life after an eyeopening appointment with her doctor

- What happens to your worldview when you drop 100 pounds? How people reacted to Jasmin’s weight loss and why it made her angry

- Changing your mindset from vanity to self-care: Jasmin’s TEDx Talk, and why we need to try to see ourselves the way our grandmothers see us

- How juice fasting or a similar change in routine can help break food addiction

- The one investment Jasmin recommends if you think you don’t have time to be vegan

- Connect with Jasmin Singer on Instagram at @jasminsingerauthor, on Twitter at @jasmin_singer, and on her website at JasminSinger.com and check out her interview with Dotsie on Our Hen House

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Jun 19 2019 · 54mins
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Author and Senior Editor of Veg News, Jasmin Singer

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This pod is recorded from the Veg News Headquarters in West Hollywood.  I sit down with the very smart and very present Jasmin Singer.  A veteran journalist and author (her book Always Too Much and Never Enough is out now), Jasmin is the Senior Editor at the leading vegan publication, Veg News. In our discussion, Jasmin highlights the benefits of a compassionate life and how changing how she sees herself and, thus, how she sees the world created a life altering and life affirming  shift for her.  In the end, can we be happy?  We get in to this, too!  Listen in!  To watch our interview or for more information, visit http://ElysabethAlfano.com . 

Aug 22 2018 · 33mins
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Ep 27: Eating Disorders with Jasmin Singer and Bianca Taylor

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This week The ChickPeeps have an honest, open conversation about what it’s like to balance one’s relationship with food with one’s ethical values and how both recovery and veganism have impacted their lives. Momo and Evy are joined by vegan fitness coach and self love advocate, the fearless Bianca Taylor, who recounts her journey from struggling with anorexia to truly loving and celebrating her body. Later on, we interview the incredible Jasmin Singer, senior editor of Vegnews and author of the memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough, who shares her story of developing a binge eating disorder and how she transformed her relationship with food from self-abuse to self care. Also, on this episode…

  • ‘You can’t eat that, can you?’ The important distinction between ‘can’t and ‘won’t’.
  • Going vegan mindfully after an eating disorder.
  • Bianca discusses being a personal trainer and how she helps people in the midst of an ED.
  • ‘Good’ vs. ‘bad’ foods - how do we not backslide into this mentality of categorising foods as a vegan.
  • Bianca and Momo share how their lives have expanded since they chose the path of self-love.
  • Jasmin discusses the journey from food as an enemy, to food as a friend, to somewhere in between.
  • ‘It wasn’t until I was well into my 30s that I realised that food can actually be something that not only is a direct representation of who we wanna be and what our world view is but also something that can fill us and allow us to really sit more comfortably in our authenticity.’
  • The universal feeling of not being enough.
  • Guilt and shame. How to deal with these emotions surrounding food when we slip up as new vegans.
  • How to talk about veganism with people who’ve been through an eating disorder.
  • Switching your focus from vanity to self care.
  • ‘That’s when food was no longer what it had been for me in the 80s, which was a vehicle for changing; it was a vehicle for being in line with who I wanted to be.’
  • Letting go of an eating disorder. Jasmin and Evy discuss whether or not true recovery is possible.
  • How to deal with a perfectionist mindset when it comes to diet.
  • Body positivity and representation in the vegan community.


Check out Bianca's website.

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Learn more about Jasmin Singer.

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Tylor Starr: @tylorstarr

Evanna Lynch: @msevylynch

May 31 2018 · 1hr 2mins
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Jasmin Singer

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I've had Jasmin Singer on the blog before - we've eaten a few times together (I've got to get back to Stuff I Eat!) and caught up at the BlogHer Conference recently.  Jasmin and I met 16 years ago, via the NiteStar Theater Company  (also how I met my friends Christy Meyers, and Eboni Booth).  We talk about our history with eating disorders, veganism, juice fasting, and her memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough. Theme music is by Podcast Guest Goh Nakamura. Keep in touch via Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @mslynnchen. xo Lynn

Sep 01 2016 · 34mins
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Episode 10: Savory, Sweet, Spicy, and S’mores with Chef Laura Delhauer and Your Hostess, Jasmin Singer!

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Hi everyone! It’s Jasmin Singer in Chef Laura Delhauer‘s Kitchen for Episode 10 of the Teaching Jasmin How to Cook Vegan Podcast

Chef Laura and I talk chocolate, mushrooms, pineapple, and quinoa in our quadruple S episode – Savory, Sweet, Spicy, and S’mores!

Follow along with Chef Laura’s recipes below, as we marinate, rinse, chop, and bake. As always, great banter and plenty of questions as we prepare this 4-S summer meal of Pineapple Teriyaki Portabello Steaks, Spicy Mexican Quinoa, and – yes, Vegan S’mores!

Let’s get cooking!


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Pineapple Teriyaki Portabello Steaks
Serves 3-4

by Chef Laura Delhauer

4 portabello mushroom caps, washed
About 10 oz teriyaki sauce*
1.5 cups of fresh pineapple chunks

*We used one 10-oz bottle of Coconut Secret’s Coconut Aminos Teriyaki sauce, but you can also whip up your own real quick by whisking these ingredients together:

  • 1/2 cup soy sauce, tamari, coconut aminos or braggs liquid aminos
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2 Tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 tsp fresh grated ginger
  • 1 Tbsp cornstarch)

In a large rectangular baking dish, cover the mushroom caps with the teriyaki sauce. Be sure to brush the tops so that they’re completely covered. Add pineapple chunks in the marinade surrounding the mushrooms. Let everything marinade for at least 30 mins, then turn mushrooms over and let them marinade on the other side for at least another 30 mins. (The longer they marinade, the better.)

Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. When oven is heated, bake for 25 mins. Turn mushrooms and bake for another 10 mins (until mushrooms are very tender).

Serve mushrooms with a few pieces of the pineapple and a generous drizzle of the warm teriyaki.

Note: This marinade is still totally good after you’ve cooked with it. So, if you’ve got more than you need for serving the mushrooms, drizzle that goodness onto a side of steamed or sautéed greens and you’re good to go.

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Spicy Mexican Quinoa
(can be made not spicy)
Makes about 4 cups

by Chef Laura Delhauer

1 bunch of kale, washed, stemmed, and torn into large bite-sized pieces
A pinch or two of sea salt
A squeeze of lemon juice

1 yellow onion, diced (or any kind, really)
Splash of canola or safflower oil (or 1/2 cup of broth)
1 cup quinoa (any color), rinsed
1 3/4 cups of veggie broth
1 can diced or crushed fire roasted tomatoes
1 jalapeño, diced (optional)

In a medium pot, sauté diced onion in oil or broth over medium heat until it begins to brown. Add veggie broth, tomatoes, and jalapeño. Bring to a boil. Stir in quinoa, cover, lower heat and let simmer for 15 minutes, then check. If there’s still a lot of liquid or quinoa is not transparent yet, cover and cook for another 5 minutes. (Quinoa should be fluffy and there should not be much, if any liquid in the pot.) After it’s done cooking, remove from heat, but leave the lid on for a few minutes. (Unless quinoa seems dry, in which case just remove from heat and stir; don’t re-cover.)

Serve as a side or as a base for a bowl of your favorite beans, veggies, tofu,  or tempeh dish.

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Vegan S’mores
Recipe makes 2 S’mores. So double it, obviously

by Chef Laura Delhauer

Two graham cracker sheets (4 squares)
2 vegan marshmallows (we used Dandies!)
1 badass vegan chocolate bar (we used Raaka)

See Sandlot video, linked here: https://youtu.be/XlddDZkkxCc

Note: We roasted our marshmallows on the stove top, but these are great to make at a bonfire or bbq; pretty much anywhere you can find or make fire (safely).



You can listen to the Teaching Jasmin How to Cook podcast directly on our website (beneath this paragraph!) or you can listen and subscribe on iTunes! Also, if you like what you hear, please rate it on iTunes, and don’t forget to leave us a friendly comment! Of course, we would be thrilled if you would also consider making a donation, or becoming a member of our flock. Any amount is hugely appreciated, and Our Hen House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so it’s tax-deductible! Don’t forget – we’re reader and listener supported. Thank you for helping us create quality content, and for helping us keep our media free and accessible!

 The Teaching Jasmin How to Cook Vegan theme song is written and sung by the incredible Michael Harren, also Our Hen House’s  Social Media Guy. This podcast would not be possible without the genius of our audio editor, Eric Milano, of Love Loft Studios.

Don’t forget to also listen to the signature Our Hen House podcast, as well as OHH’s Animal Law Podcast.

The post Episode 10: Savory, Sweet, Spicy, and S’mores with Chef Laura Delhauer and Your Hostess, Jasmin Singer! appeared first on Our Hen House.

Aug 17 2016 · 1hr 17mins
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#031: Finding Myself Through Veganism, Juicing and Love with Jasmin Singer

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Learn about Finding Myself Through Veganism, Juicing and Love with activist, writer and author, Jasmin Singer who recently published Always Too Much And Never Enough.
Jun 12 2016 · 52mins
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94: Jasmin Singer on juicing, veganism, animal rights and losing 100lbs

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Jasmin Singer is the Executive Director of Our Hen House, a NYC-based nonprofit creating independent media to change the world for animals. She is the co-host of the Our Hen House podcast, now in its sixth year, and the Our Hen House TV show, a co-production with Brooklyn Independent Media. Jasmin's new book, Always Too Much And Never Enough is her memoir of her journey to find herself through juicing, veganism, and love, as she went from fat to thin and from feeding her emotions to feeding her soul. Jasmin has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, HuffPo Live, and can be seen in the award-winning documentaries Vegucated and The Ghosts in Our Machine. She is the former campaigns manager for Farm Sanctuary, and a former writer for VegNews Magazine, a publication that named her one of twenty standout stars of the animal rights movement. Her workshops have been presented at conferences around the globe, and she has been featured in media outlets such as CNN and The Atlantic. Prior to her animal activist career, Jasmin was an actor-educator with an AIDS-awareness theatre company. Being hailed as “Sex and the City for Food,” The Food Heals Podcast brings together experts in the field of nutrition, health and healing to teach you the best-kept natural secrets to being a hotter, healthier, happier YOU! The Food Heals Podcast is hosted by Allison Melody and Suzy Hardy – two self-proclaimed natural chicks who will rock your world and change your beliefs about health! This sexy, savvy duo provides eco-friendly advice on a variety of issues including the healing power of nutrition, living authentically, turning your passion into your career, choosing the best natural health and beauty products, the benefits of a plant-based diet and so much more!

May 28 2016 · 59mins
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Jasmin Singer on Food Addiction, the 80s, and How She Lost 100 Pounds

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Jasmin Singer, co-host of the Our Hen House podcast and author of Always Too Much and Never Enough, shares her story through food addition and weight loss. A vegan activist for years, Jasmin remained addicted to food and overweight until the documentary Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead sparked a change. A change that would eventually lead to losing 100 pounds. In today's episode we sit down with Jasmin to share her transformation and why she feels so betrayed by the food industry.
May 26 2016 · 46mins