The Healthy Librarian has been an inspiration to me for years, and constantly impresses with analysis and interpretation of current studies on nutrition and a healthy lifestyle.
A little over a year ago she interviewed me, and it was long. Since then, our lives have been quite busy and she was unable to finish the project. Over the past couple of weeks, I've been able to complete the work and just now posted the results. She asked some great questions that I've not been asked before in a public forum. We talked about my relationship with Howard Lyman (the Mad Cowboy), my diet, my youth/family, many aspects about my book, how I came up with my "non-cheese" sauces and why I wrote the 1st vegan pizza cookbook, my screwing with the FDA, interacting with various vegan cookbook authors, and much much more.
Here's the primary link to the, admittedly, long interview (broken down into 4 parts).
I've embedded many hyperlinks to make it easy to learn more about what we were talking about. It's the most detailed and informative interview I've ever given, and might be of interest.
A great experience... she's an impressive soul, and gave me full permission to post this all.