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Vegucate Yourself: An Interview with Filmmaker Marisa Miller Wolfson

By admin | February 2, 2012

Marisa Miller Wolfson

By: Michele Wolfson

If you haven’t heard of filmmaker Marisa Miller Wolfson yet, then you should get to know more about her right here, right now. Her film called Vegucated tracks the lives of three meat and cheese loving New Yorkers who pledge to adopt a vegan diet for six weeks.

One great aspect of this film is the way it balances the issues tactfully and thoughtfully while also including many humorous moments. Marisa and I have a couple of things in common; we both have the same awesome last name, and both believe that when it comes to animal rights it’s important to not only talk the talk, but to walk the walk as well. Those of us who feel that real changes need to be made in the food industry have to actively seek ways to make those changes happen.

I caught up with the vegan educator over lunch at ‘Snice, a delicious vegetarian cafe located in the West Village for an interview and here’s what she shared with us Read More

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Top 5 Political Food Documentaries

By mahir | March 15, 2011

Sure, food is something we all need to live and even has the potential to be delicious, to excite our palate, to make us want more. But where does it all come from, who is making it, and how? Many documentary makers have gone out into the big (and small!) world of food production to see for themselves, with some discoveries being more politically charged than others. Check out these Top 5 Food Documentaries and see for yourself! Read More

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