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A Hip Hop Track Inspired Bryant Terry To Go Vegan

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Nov 15, 2021
A Hip Hop Track Inspired Bryant Terry To Go Vegan

“So often when we talk about veganism, we don't imagine Black people,” says Bryant Terry, the James Beard Award-winning cookbook author, chef, and educator. But Bryant sees veganism as deeply rooted in Black communities and traditions. And, he points out, veganism is growing faster among Black Americans than among any other group. After publishing another popular vegan cookbook last year, Bryant just released a new book that he edited: Black Food, which includes recipes, playlists, art, poetry, and essays from more than 100 contributors. Bryant joins Dan to talk about the many influences that guided him towards veganism, what it took to get the wider publishing community to take his work seriously, and why Black Food will be his last book.

Interstitial music in this episode by Black Label Music:

  • "Back At It" by Bira
  • "Gravity" by Hayley Briasco
  • "Kenny" by Hayley Briasco
  • "Stacks" by Erick Anderson
  • "Summertime Delight" by Cullen Fitzpatrick
  • "Mellophone" by JT Bates
  • "Happy Jackson" by Ken Brahmstedt

Photo courtesy of Adrian Octavius Walker.

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