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Host Laura Theodore: It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Vegetarian Zing)

Judging from its title, you’d think that Laura Theodore’s show—The Jazzy Vegetarian—had something to do with food and music. And indeed it does. Each week, our host serves up scrumptious yet nutritious recipes while interviewing not only vegetarian chefs but like-minded musical figures. Like multi-platinum-selling singer-pianist Michael Feinstein, Lauren Kinhan of the Grammy-winning group New York Voices, and Flutist of the Year nominee Ali Ryerson. And as testament to the popularity of her show, which debuted in November 2009, a TV version was picked up last year by WYBE in Philadelphia, one of America’s largest independent public broadcasting stations. Meanwhile, Laura, who makes her home in Bloomingdale, N.J., continues her work behind the cameraand the mic as a TV producer for Virtual Media Productions, and a jazz vocalist, whom Stephen Holden of The New York Times has called “a formidable talent.” On that note, it’s time to scat on over to our SoundBits subject of the week…soundbits-wordpress1Give us a 15-second pitch for your showwhy should listeners tune in?

Jazzy Vegetarian radio is for everyone! The show speaks to health-conscious people of all ages, focusing on nutritious, delicious and easy‐to‐prepare food, while offering green tips that help promote more balanced, sustainable lifestyles. The Jazzy Vegetarian reaches out to dedicated vegans and non‐vegetarians alike, featuring tasty recipes, celebrity interviews and upbeat musicall served up with a side order of fun!

Laura: All the things she is.

Laura: All the things she is.

What’s the No. 1 reason why you host a BlogTalkRadio show?

To help others to live more healthy and compassionate lives.

Tell us two things listeners would be surprised to learn about you?

(1) As a child, I ate a lot of meat. Then, in my early 20s, I wanted to start eating healthier, so I looked into the vegetarian lifestyle. After questioning where the meat was coming from, I realized that being Continue reading