I interviewed The Vegan Mos, Ethan Ciment and Michael Suchman way back in May just as their brilliant NYC Vegan: Iconic Recipes for a Taste of the Big Apple cookbook was released. Well, the tour happened, then more shows happened, and sadly this recording fell into the great podcast abyss. I listened to the interview this weekend, and it holds up so nicely I just had to share it. Ethan and Michael are among my closest friends, so I am really so happy to share this interview. We chat about veganism (of course), the intersection between queerness and veganism, and eat lots of food made from the recipes in their book.

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Music:
Ghosts – Kiirsten Marilyn
I Run With You – Anna/Kate Band

Other important links:
V For Veganism
JL Goes Vegan
Our Hen House
Main Street Vegan
Jackie Sabon
Dianne Wenz

Ethan J. Ciment is passionate about social justice and is a vocal advocate of equality for all, regardless of species. Raised in an Orthodox Jewish family, and coming from a long family line of kosher butchers, Ethan woke up in his late thirties to the realities of animal exploitation when caring for his ailing dog, Chandler. When not lending his voice to those who cannot speak for themselves, Ethan is a podiatric surgeon in private practice in at Chelsea Foot and Ankle in New York City.  Ethan is proud to serve on the Board of Directors of Woodstock Farm Sanctuary.  Both Michael and Ethan are proud Barnyard Benefactors for Our Hen House and Guardian Circle members of The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). Ethan lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with his husband Michael and their vegan dogs, Riley and Charlie. 

Michael Suchman is a recovering lawyer.  After practicing in the field of Corporate Litigation for 12 years, he was tired of representing corporations over the interests of individuals.  Since stopping practicing, he has come to recognize that the law needs to work more on helping all individuals, regardless of species. When not running the show at Chelsea Foot and Ankle, Michael can be found either in the kitchen trying out new recipes, watching Dr. Who, or taking photos the old fashioned way, with an actual 35mm camera.  You can check out his photography at here.  He and Ethan are proud to be Barnyard Benefactors for Our Hen House and Guardian Circle members of The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM).  Michael is a certified Vegan Lifestyle Coach and Educator and a proud graduate of Victoria Moran’s Main Street Vegan Academy. He is also a certified by PCRM as a Food For Life Instructor. Michael lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with his husband Ethan and their vegan dogs, Riley and Charlie. 

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