Today we’re talking to Bryony Sumner, a woman who has stood up with the courage of her convictions from a young age. She made the decision to go vegetarian as a child. She’s now a wife, mother and author who has connected with her authentic self, and gained a new passion by moving to a vegan diet. And changing her diet has led to an entire lifestyle change for her whole family.
EPISODE 9 HIGHLIGHTS:
- See why she made the decision to go vegetarian as a young child in a non-vegetarian family and how her parents responded.
- Find out what finally sparked her to make the switch to a vegan diet after spending most of her life as a vegetarian.
- Learn how she successfully navigates a vegan lifestyle with young children.
- Hear how meat-centric Australia is gradually evolving to a friendlier place for vegans and what she’s doing to be a part of that transition.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or TuneIn.
RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE SHOW:
Follow Bryony on Instagram to connect with information on vegan parenting, animal advocacy and adventures in Australia.
You can also visit her Vegan Possum Facebook Page and join the Everyday Vegan Mum Facebook Group.
Check out the Everyday Vegan Mum Podcast here.
Click here to learn more about Bryony’s new children’s book: Eating Animals is Weird.
Get the scoop on Veganuary and Challenge22.
Get the Mouthwatering Vegan cookbook by Miriam Sorrel.
Take a look at Smith & Deli-cious: Food From Our Deli Cookbook.
The Food of the Show: Learn more about the nutritional power of lentils and click here to get some recipe inspiration.
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