2019 Vegan Guide | Heard This? | 3 Simple Ways to Go Vegan Now!

Peace and infinit waters diving deep once again. beautiful deep divers we are out here in the heart of nature baby just woof breathing in that good ass Prada baby. it’s a sunny day and I’ve got a mango smile 7 day vegan challenge shout out to everybody who’s going vegan in 2019. To all of those of you, to all of those of you who are making that giant leap to go vegan, I’m proud of you and a lot of people always ask me what’s the three best ways to go vegan. I’ve been a vegan for over 14 years now. I’m not special, anybody can do this. Anybody can eat better and live better and feel better. Deep divers, did you know that over 150 billion animals are killed every single year ?Think of that while I tell you the three best ways to go vegan. The first way is what I call meatless Mondays and dairy-free Monday’s. Forget about doing it the whole week just focus on the meatless Monday say this Monday no more meat okay?
I know it’s gonna be hard because your mom’s steak is pretty good right? I know but it’s meatless Monday and it’s dairy-free Monday and what you’re gonna do is you’re gonna eat mock meat, you can eat seitan tempeh porn.
I love milk Ralph what are you gonna drink? Almond milk on that Monday, then also have more fruit and more veg and then as weeks past, you’re gonna do that on Tuesday, then on Wednesday, then on Thursday, then on Friday, then on Saturday, then on Sunday! Before you know it, you’ve done that for a whole week and then you continue doing that. The second best way to go vegan. How to transition to the plant-based diet is to research, read books like the China study by dr. Campbell which shows the benefits of the plant-based diet. But where am I gonna get my protein Ralph? Chia seeds a complete source of protein III live, has more protein than beef. So does spirulina. So there are plenty of plant-based sources of protein but also find out why you want to go vegan. I’m doing it because I sincerely love animals, not just the dog down the road or the cat down the road. I love all animals and we have to protect animals, what is the third simple step to go vegan. Surround yourself with other vegans, people who love food, plant-based foods. Get out there, start networking, go to vegan festivals, start to realize that being vegan gives you more energy. People are happier, less anxiety, I’m one of those people and then deep divers, well you just say feels so good to be a live baby. Can I get a hello beautiful deep divers? Would just yeah breathing in that good ass piranha baby, to all of you who are going vegan in 2019, congratulations and shout out to everybody who’s been getting the amazing good ass prana shirts at Ralph’s smart comm slash clothes check out the new deep divers on Amazon feel alive by Ralph smart, get more daily inspiration on Instagram at infinite waters deep divers go vegan have a beautiful day infinite waters diving deep once again stay well stay healthy, peace you, go vegan, even the cat down, even the cat down the road says that. Go vegan, live better, eat better, feel better, let’s get it deep divers.


Could This Be THE END OF MEAT? | Vegan News | LIVEKINDLY

Vegan documentary “The End of Meat” is now available globally, and can be streamed on many platforms. Steve Harvey has gone vegan for health, and hosted Beyonce’s plant-based trainer Marco Borges on his show.

Ways to watch: http://www.theendofmeat.com/en/watch.html

The Saturday Night Live cast performed a skit on Weekend Update that will make you cringe at meat forever. Billie Eilish was a guest on “Hot Ones,” and chose to eat vegan nuggets while answering questions about her life and career.

The London Underground has banned an ad with meat and eggs, stating that it does not comply with its ad health standards. Find out which actor is sending clean water to Flint Michigan.

#TheEndofMeat #SteveHarveyVegan #BillieEilishVegan


Rob Greenfield – The Minimalist Vegan | Back The Rooth As A Lifestyle Choice

He lives without any credit or mastercard, has no income, no toilet paper … he lives far from any form of “Social Consomption Society”; that’s is Challenge to the world and to himself.

Rob Greenfield – The Minimalistic Vegan Who Doesn’t Label Himself As Such And Yet Brings A Lifestyle To The Table That Still Needs To Find Its Look-Alike in World where he IS just … ROB


Rob Greenfield | Simple and Sustainable Living in My 100 Square Foot Tiny House

Welcome to my tiny house in Orlando, Florida where I live simply and sustainably! I built this tiny house along with friends for under $1,500, with nearly 100% secondhand and repurposed materials and while creating near zero waste- just 30 pounds of trash!
This setup allows me to live simply so that I can dedicate my time to the service of others and the earth. It also serves as a demonstration site for those who desire to live simply and sustainably.
I am so excited to FINALLY have a video tour of my place to show you! In this tour I show you the inside of my tiny 100 square foot house, my outdoor kitchen with greywater, my rainwater shower and rainwater collection system, my closed loop compost toilet, my garden and more!
I wanted to keep this video somewhat short, but will have more videos to come.

I have created an FAQ to answer most every question that has arisen about my tiny house. You can read that at http://www.robgreenfield.tv/tinyhousefaq

To learn about the build and more details you can watch this video and read this guide: http://robgreenfield.tv/tinyhousebuild/

Rob Greenfield is an adventurer, activist, and humanitarian for a sustainable and just world. He donates 100% of his media income to grassroots nonprofits. He’s all about sustainable living, off the grid, simple living, zero waste, tiny house, grow your own food, cycling, and green.


HOW TO HAVE A VEGAN WEDDING | (..Part 01 of 02 ..)

Today we’re talking about vegan weddings a few weeks ago I saw that one of our vegan friends posted on Facebook about a wedding she went to in Melbourne as it turns out this was a vegan wedding that’s right bride and groom Monique and Zoran are both vegan and we thought it would be interesting to have them on the show and talk about how they created a vegan wedding what makes this story even more interesting is that they both come from European families and had a very traditional wedding thus they created a fusion of culture and compassion I know a lot of people a lot of our listeners they struggle with having a non vegan partner or family and so thinking about having a vegan wedding will kind of be like mind blown out of this world it’s never going to happen but you guys are showing that it is possible guys did you know that you were going to have a vegan wedding or was it something that you had to discuss no I think it was blatantly obvious very early on in the piece when when I proposed that it was definitely going to be a vegan wedding no ifs about it’s it’s one of those things where it’s you know it’s it’s our day you know and it’s it’s our way or the highway really so that’s how sort of the outlook we had it’s it’s a day you know celebrated for us yeah so the decision was quite simple we live in a day and age now where you know plant-based vegan food is wildly accessible and the options are plentiful so you know whether it’s going to the supermarket or organizing a wedding it is a lot easier than what you actually anticipate and and that was one thing that we realized is how easy this is organizing a bleeding wedding in this day and age so yeah we found it quite seamless well I think many people are gonna find your example quite empowering because some people might not even consider a vegan wedding because they don’t want to bring you know the whole vegan thing and all that goes with it on such a special day you know that I want the wedding potentially ruined and the good atmosphere ruined with veganism and the potential debates and the mocking and uncle Steve’s saying where’s Mimi and you guys said there was no ifs or buts about it you know it’s our special day and therefore you know we should decide you know how it’s gonna play out absolutely and I think in general when you’re invited to a wedding regardless of it’s vegan or not vegan it’s it’s their day and they’ve invited you to share that special day with them so you know when people are a little bit judgmental I can’t speak no it’s not vegan all these happen or that happen it’s like ooh you should be just you know happy and so I appreciate it but you are actually invited we did have place cards in front of every table or seat and mana could maybe expect more today so we did a donation on everyone’s behalf that attended the wedding to Edgar’s mission so it gives mission being a sanctuary locating led sort of for people that don’t know and they have over 450 animal rescue animals there from farms and whatnot and we hold them really close to our hearts we love the work that Pam you know her team do they’re just amazing so we donated yeah on everyone’s behalf and on the back we did a little bit of activism just a couple of little websites and things like that but people just to think about whilst you know that were eating and I think they would have sort of put two and two together there actually was conversations that we did here that people sort of went is mannequins are on vegetarian yes another actually vacant and so yeah we did yeah the website we chose was vegan AZ dog and that’s that’s what we had on every single place card at the venue so all 275 of them so we’re hoping it planted a few seats yeah we actually saw the photos of what you guys are referring to on a friend’s Facebook page and you know when we saw that we were blown away we’re like wow not only a vegan wedding but activism at a vegan wedding you know it’s just fantastic to see that was by far our favorite part of your wedding we have to say and it’s such a clever idea because what the the little things that you’re mentioning here they would like to be the bumble needy or the wedding favors so is that yeah what the bride and groom give to each guests at our wedding we had a thank you card with a non-vegan chocolate for example sometimes people can give a little candle or a an ornament or some sweets or a photo frame or a picture of the bride and groom those kind of things but to put a little vegan activist spin on it was absolutely perfect thank you just yeah something that yeah we just wanted to do instead of doing the same sort of things as you said you know we might be a little canned or or chocolates and all that sort of stuff it was something that we felt was going to make a difference if that makes sense that would go to good use and they obviously very much benefit from it all right so let’s get into the nitty gritties of how to organize a vegan wedding now the main thing of course is the food yes so we remember the last wedding we went to was a family wedding on my side a year ago exactly non-vegan of course