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The Nazi Lies Podcast
The Nazi Lies Podcast Ep. 19: The Earth Is Flat

The Nazi Lies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 30:43


Mike Isaacson: The earth isn't flat. Everything is going downhill. [Theme song] Nazi SS UFOsLizards wearing human clothesHinduism's secret codesThese are nazi lies Race and IQ are in genesWarfare keeps the nation cleanWhiteness is an AIDS vaccineThese are nazi lies Hollow earth, white genocideMuslim's rampant femicideShooting suspects named Sam HydeHiter lived and no Jews died Army, navy, and the copsSecret service, special opsThey protect us, not sweatshopsThese are nazi lies Mike: Welcome to another episode of The Nazi Lies Podcast. Today I am joined by Kelly Weill, reporter at The Daily Beast on the fringe ideology beat and author of the book Off the Edge: Flat Earthers, Conspiracy Culture, and Why People Will Believe Anything. Ms. Weill, thanks so much for coming on the show. Kelly Weill: Hey, thank you so much for having me. Mike: So now when I finished the book, I DM'd you to tell you that you're absolutely brilliant. And the reason why is your intentional approach when it comes to being a conduit of misinformation. You're very careful in how you reference your source material so as not to lead readers to it. Can you talk a little bit about your methodology a bit and how you dealt with your sources? Kelly: Yeah, absolutely. It's weird dealing with somebody like flat earth, which is objectively wrong, right? When you're talking about that subject, you already kind of risk platforming that conspiracy theory as if there's any validity to it. So one thing that I tried to do throughout the course of my reporting and then to replicate as I was writing this book, was not to really engage with flat Earth as though it were a legitimate theory. And I kind of had it easy there. If I were doing something like medical misinformation, I would have probably had to get in the weeds a little bit more. But as far as flat earth goes, I would go to these conferences and when I was interviewing people, I'd be really straightforward. I'd be like, "Hey yo, I'm not I'm not a flat earther. I'm a reporter; I believe in the globe. But let's talk about why you believe this thing." And for me, that was a bit more interesting than the details of what exactly they believed because flat earth is wrong, but I wanted to come to why they bought into a theory that's so wrong. And when we had those conversations about their pathways to belief, that turned out to be a lot more interesting to me than just the zaniness of this theory. Mike: Okay, and we'll get into that soon. I want to talk about some things I learned. So the first thing I learned from your book is that flat earth theory is actually not that old? Like, there were cultures that believed in a flat earth, but there wasn't the sort of pseudoscientific theory to justify it. So, when does the story of the flat earth movement start? Kelly: Yeah, totally. This is a bit of a misconception actually. I know when I was a kid I thought that there was, you know, Columbus thought he might have been sailing off the edge of the world. That's not true at all. We've known for thousands of years that earth was round because you can prove it with some pretty basic math. It's something that we've been able to do long before we could physically observe the shape of the Earth. But where flat earth theory actually comes back in is in England in around 1840. And that's when we have a guy named Samuel Rowbotham. He's a really interesting guy. He was a failed leader of a socialist commune; he had his hands on all kinds of short-lived fringe movements. I had a great time going through, you know, pre-Marxist socialist newspapers to find out what he was up to. But one of his career trajectories that didn't fail had to do with misinformation. He sold fake miracle cures, sort of a proto-Alex Jones. And he started shelling this idea that maybe earth was flat. And that idea was really alluring to certain people in that moment because, around mid-1800s, we're talking about a time when the natural sciences are taking on more and more of a role in the discourse and the importance of things like religion are taking more of a backseat. So when a theory like flat Earth comes out, it allows people to discard huge swathes of science and say, "Oh, I knew it was wrong all along. Oh, the scientists are all in league with each other to keep us in the dark." So as baffling and unscientific as flat earth was, even back then, it really did allow people to affirm their priors, to cast out information they didn't want to believe in, and sort of reshape their beliefs around this new and creative and just wholly counterfactual idea. Mike: It just blew me away that Rowbotham had no predecessors whatsoever, he just kind of built this out of whole cloth, just him in the Bible. So how did flat Earth stick around? Kelly: It stuck around because he had cronies just like any conspiracy influencer we have today. You know, I've just a couple of minutes ago compared Rowbotham to Alex Jones. He had his entourage, the people who might be like Owen Shroyers of the movement, who were even louder and a bit more virulent in their dissemination of these theories. These were the people who– He had a follower named John Hampden who just reminds me so much of one of these guys who goes on YouTube and is like, "Debate me. Debate me." And he would lure actual scientific professionals into these stupid, pointless debates over established science about the shape of the world. But because he was just so tenacious and he wouldn't admit that he had lost a bet about a scientific wager and he would go to jail because he was harassing people about the shape of the world, you know, that emotional appeal, it continued to resonate with people throughout the years. And even though flat earth has ebbed and flowed a little bit in popularity, just the wildness of it, I think ,has always had an appeal for certain people who are looking for it. Mike: So, one thing I was surprised about was that the flat earth movement was rather a latecomer, as far as conspiracy theories go, to the internet. So, what brought the flat earth online? How was it received? Kelly: Yeah, that was really interesting to me, too. Because while I was researching this, I was kind of trawling through OG conspiracy pages online. What's interesting to me actually if I might take a step back here is that conspiracy theories have always been early adopters of a lot of technology. You know, Rowbotham had a friend who was running a printing press, and he was getting his flat earth zines out. There was a flat earth commune in the early 20th century, and they had one of the earliest powerful radio programs that they could broadcast along the way. So when I was looking at early internet conspiracy theories, I did find that conspiracy theorists were some of the first voices online who were really putting out weird information. So I was deep in the trenches looking at Y2K influencers and all that. But there actually, to your point, was sort of a lack of flat earth theory early on in the internet. And I can think of a few reasons for that. For a while, flat earth theory was very tied to the Flat Earth Society, which was shepherded until 2001 by this very elderly couple. They were super literally off the grid. They lived in the desert, and they just were not the type of people to get online. And a lot of their archives actually burned in a house fire. So flat Earth really kind of took a nosedive with their deaths. It came back online when some archivalist started going through those older records of this Flat Earth Society couple. And these people relaunched the Flat Earth Society online as a forum, a discussion place where people could talk. It's interesting to me. I am not completely sold on the idea that the people who relaunched the Flat Earth Society online were genuine. I think there's a reasonable chance that they're kind of fucking around like they thought it was funny. But they did resurface this huge archive of decades and decades of flat earth writings and they put them online. And that became, I think, the basis for a lot of more genuine believers to start going through the back catalog and seeing what flat earthers had been saying for the past 150 years. And eventually, it went from this sort of more moderate discussion on forums to things that could go a lot more viral with the advent of sites like YouTube. Mike: Okay so let's talk about the algorithm. How did flat earth wind up profiting from the YouTube recommendation algorithm? Kelly: Yeah, this was huge. And throughout this book, I wanted to be careful about ascribing flat earth's resurgence to any one thing, you know, any one website or any one algorithm. That said, YouTube has a lot of blood on its hands as far as flat earth goes. Basically, for quite a long time YouTube's algorithm would promote videos that it thought people would want to watch. It actually still does this, but they've done tweaks that hamper flat earth, I'll get to that in a minute. But basically, what people really want to watch, what people really want to click on at two in the morning, is not necessarily factual information. It's not really the “Eat Your Vegetables” kind of video. It's the weird scintillating stuff. If you see a video in your sidebar, a recommended video on YouTube and it says, "Is earth really flat?" Yeah, you're gonna click on that because it's just so weird you have to find out what that video is about. Because those videos performed so well, because they tapped into this curiosity and this weird factor, they started overperforming in the algorithm, and they appear to have been promoted overwhelmingly. So conspiracy YouTubers would realize that, "Hey, I can get a lot of views by having a title that references flat earth.” So from a confluence of people making flat earth videos because they're being cynical, because they knew it would get a lot of views, and people who are actually starting to get earnestly converted from these videos going and putting their genuine beliefs in these new channels, we started seeing this huge swell of flat earth videos and a pretty powerful recommendation algorithm that gave those videos a disproportionate share of traffic. I do want to note that YouTube kind of acknowledged this and changed its algorithm in 2019 specifically so that flat earth would not be such an issue. Mike: One thing you didn't draw a comparison to, or maybe I missed it, and I'm about to regurgitate one of your points, was to multilevel marketing. Like, these YouTubers are not just looking for converts to watch their videos, so that they can get monetized ads or whatever; they want converts to make videos themselves and then reference their videos so that they can get traffic that way. Can you talk a little about the culture of the flat earth movement on YouTube? Kelly: Absolutely. I think the multi-level marketing comparison is such an apt one, and I'm actually kind of mad that I don't make it in the book, because it's relevant. And you bring that up. But literally the first Flat Earth conference I went to, this one flat earth celebrity YouTuber came up to me and she started talking to me. She goes, "Oh, I didn't realize you are a reporter. I was gonna say you should maybe make some videos about flat earth." Because she thought I was there and I was being genuine and... I'm gonna say something really mean. A lot of flat Earthers are kind of like boomer men that you don't want to watch a video of. And I was a 24-year-old woman so I think that was what was going on. [laughs] But to that end, yeah, flat earthers don't just want to preach; they want to convert. And they want to build this community around themselves and around their videos because that's what keeps the theory going. Flat earth in and of itself could just be a set of talking points that you accept, and then you move on with your life. But for a lot of flat earthers, it becomes a way of life. It becomes a community that they build, and frankly, a set of relationships that they cling to because they often have deteriorating relationships with the rest of the world when they convert to this theory. So there's a very strong community basis in flat earth and other conspiracy theories. And I definitely think that flat earth YouTubers are often trying to make more flat earth YouTubers, and they're trying to promote a community that will further promote their videos. Mike: Okay. So another thing I liked about the book was the way you brought human dignity to a lot of the people you talked about (not so much the cult leaders and grifters, but just kind of average people). Can you talk a bit about the people you met during your reporting and some of their backgrounds? Kelly: Absolutely. I mean, there's no one profile for a flat earther. I know I just said a lot of them are kind of boomer guys. And maybe the average flat earther is a little bit older. But there's a surprising diversity in how people come to flat earth. When I was talking to people, I was trying to get a sense of, you know, “what were their priors?” Initially at the first flat earth conference, I went and started asking people about their political beliefs. And I found that although this movement does skew conservative, a lot of people were very disenchanted with politics and they didn't really affix themselves to a tidy political profile. So what I started doing was looking into that disaffectation. Why were people dissatisfied? Why were people looking for such a radical alternative explanation for the world? And I found quite a lot of pathways to flat earth. A lot of them are fairly upsetting; a lot of them had to do with people who were looking for new forms of community because they felt alienated in some sense, people who were looking for religious alternatives, a lot of people who came from faith traditions where they didn't fully feel like they were getting the right answers. So when I was talking to people, I think I was in a certain sense maybe trying to diagnose what exactly had gone a little bit wrong to lead them to this movement. And I found the people who were actually quite forthcoming with me, were quite generous in explaining their path to flat earth. So that's something I tried to do regardless of, you know, if somebody told me they were a Trump supporter or an Obama fan who had completely fallen out of political circles. I just tried to try and keep an eye on that human element. Mike: Okay. You have this chapter, Alone in a Flat World, where you talk about people losing their social lives to flat earth. This seems to play into this 21st-century decentralized cult phenomenon. You talk a lot about QAnon too, which is similar. So there are flat earth organizations, but apart from getting high-rolling flat earthers to a conference once a year, they don't really hold on to the movement. That's coming from the YouTube culture. Kelly: Yeah, absolutely. I think a decentralized cult is a really interesting way of thinking about flat earth and frankly a lot of other conspiracy communities. It's hard to strictly call it a cult because there's no one leader, there's no one person they take marching orders from. And yet it has a lot of the hallmarks of a cult. There's a central idea that you have to adhere to and block out all the other noise. You have to distance yourself from people who criticize this idea. It's a very in-group out-group affirming structure. And it's interesting when I started looking at that model for flat earth, it was pretty easy to apply to a lot of other fringe movements and frankly some not-so-fringe movements. I thought it was really interesting to apply to Trumpism, and I know that sounds like a very Twitter-lib talking point saying, “Oh Trump is a cult leader.” But in the more maybe psychological aspect of it, where you do think about people's willingness to create this community around a central figure or central idea at the expense of the rest of their entire world. I think that was really interesting. And it also, for me, explains why it's so hard to pull people away from these figures or ideas. Because they're not really operating on “debate me” facts and logic; they're operating on very emotional grounds. They tie a lot of their identity to flat earth or a political ideal. And so when you're trying to help them disengage from that, I think you need to also try and have some element of emotional healing. You need to offer an alternative to what sustenance they're getting from that movement. So yeah, that was definitely a model that helped me while I was thinking about flat earth and why people believe. Mike: Yeah. It's like when I was doing my research on fascism for my Ph.D.-- that I didn't complete-- [laughs] one of the articles that I came across was talking about how the condition for someone deprogramming themselves from the Nazi movement, and from cult movements in general, is not only kind of a disillusionment with the movement that they're in but also kind of like an alternative that they can jump to, like a landing pad of a community that they can segue into without having to basically be alone in the world. Kelly: Yeah, absolutely. You know, it's funny. There were a few interesting anecdotes earlier this year, and I can't fact-check them, but I think there's the plausibility to people who were saying that they had former QAnon relatives who dropped it when they found something that met that same need. One of them was an aunt who got really into K-pop, which has this huge really loud online fandom, right? And so if the aunt was into QAnon because she wanted that community around her, well there's actually something comparable and infinitely less harmful in stanning BTS or whatever. And then the other was someone whose relative was into QAnon because she liked the puzzle element, and she got into Wordle. And she did 500 Wordle knockoffs a day. And that was just kind of taking the place for her. So I think people don't turn to these ultra-irrational things for no reason at all, they're seeking some unmet need. And if we can hopefully redirect them into something as harmless as BLACKPINK or whatever, that's definitely preferable. Mike: Yeah. Okay. One interesting thing that you did in the book, which I'm not sure that you even noticed, was you adopted some of their manners of speaking. So like in particular, more towards the end of the book, you start using "flat" to refer to flat earthers in the way that someone might use "gay" to refer to someone who's gay. You describe someone as being flat. You do point out also that they often use the phrase "coming out of the closet." So can we talk about how badly these people want to be gay? [Kelly laughs] But was there an acculturation process in talking to and understanding these people, though? Kelly: Yes. And also in terms of the coming out, what's so funny to me is these people really do want some legitimate form of victimhood because they do feel victimized and so they're just borrowing the language of the queer community, which is funny because a lot of these people are quite religious and conservative and are actually anti-gay, which I just thought was wild to see. Yes, there definitely was a process of learning how to talk to these folks. I think one of them was– I was never, like I said earlier, I was never really trying to debate people. There was one thing that I had to dodge almost every time I went to a conference or I was talking to a new person on the phone, was I said, "Hey, I've got my views, you've got yours. I don't know that we're going to come to any synthesis in the course of a 30-minute conversation." But yeah, I did try and hue pretty closely to their language. People would refer to themselves as being members of a community. When I talk about flat earth I, even now, refer to it as a community. I think because I've spent so much time around them, and hearing that term and actually kind of accepting that it is for them, a very communally based thing. One thing I had to dodge quite a lot was discussions of religion. I'm very much an atheist. This is very much a religiously-influenced movement. Although flat earth doesn't necessarily have to be religious, it's predominantly quite Christian. So just kind of learning how to approach a discussion like that, and be able to honestly represent my views without putting them off. And that's a little challenging sometimes. I'm also of Jewish heritage, and a lot of, frankly, there was a good deal of anti-semitism there. So, you know, just talking in open terms about faith I found was helpful. And yeah, you do kind of adopt the vocabulary a little bit. And I hope to put it in a way in this book that folks can read and feel like they were somewhat immersed in flat earth without completely giving them credence. Mike: Yeah, I definitely got that sense. You devote a chapter to flat earth fascists, but in all, it didn't seem that significant to me. Is this a misperception on my part? It didn't seem like there were that many flat fascists. Kelly: No. I'm very glad to say that most flat earthers are not fascists. But by that same token, I did feel like it was relevant enough that I had to put it in the book. And I think that's because it speaks to a broader issue with conspiracy theories. I think conspiracy theories are very, very useful to fascists, to totalizing movements in general, because they do allow people to cast out information that they don't want to grapple with. They allow people to have a very reduced view of the world and to perceive enemies where they don't exist, to perceive persecution where it doesn't exist, to form these in-group out-group associations. So I was fascinated by the existence of some flat earth nazis, which they are around. One of the biggest flat earth video makers also has multiple neo-nazi rap albums. So it bore mentioning. But I thought it was maybe a good way to draw connections between something like flat earth, which is so zany that I think most people can laugh at it, to something like QAnon which is an equally absurd conspiracy theory but has way more fascist momentum behind it. QAnon is just a fascist fever dream. So I thought that I had to, in some way, make an allusion to how these conspiracy theories can be weaponized for something that's less funny than flat earth. Mike: Yeah. So your last chapter is about one of my favorite things to do, and that's leaving. Talk about the people that left flat earth and what we might learn from their stories. Kelly: Absolutely. It was challenging for me to find people who left the flat earth movement who were willing to speak for this book. And that's not because a lot of people don't leave flat earth, they do, but they're kind of embarrassed about it. They don't want to go on the record, because it is an embarrassing thing to be wrong about. So I'm very, very grateful for the people who did speak to me on the record about this. And something that they told me was that there was this intense feeling of overcoming themselves almost to leave flat earth. They had sunk so many relationships into this theory. They'd alienated people; they'd been very argumentative about this theory; they'd been passionate about it. There were sunk costs, right? They didn't want all of it to have been for nothing. And so they put off leaving the theory really as long as they could, as long as they could still plausibly believe it. One guy told me that he was–at the end of his belief–he was so distressed that he couldn't look up at the sky. He didn't want to see a sunset because it would disprove flat earth. And he didn't want to look at it and grapple with that. So I think it took a tremendous amount of personal honesty and bravery for these people to say, "You know what? I was actually wrong. And these losses that I've experienced from flat earth were exactly that, they were losses." But I do think what helped the people I spoke to was having a community around them outside flat earth who helped them leave and didn't make them feel like idiots, who welcomed them back even though they'd been on a long strange trip for a couple of years. And so I think going back to that idea of community, that idea of having alternatives, being able to have a safe landing, I think, was the most helpful thing for these people. Mike: Okay. Kelly, thank you so much for coming on The Nazi Lies Podcast to talk about flat Earthers. The book again is Off the Edge out from Algonquin Books. Thanks again, Ms. Weill. Kelly: Thank you so much for having me. Mike: You missed reading Off the Edge with us in The Nazi Lies Book Club, but there are still plenty of great books from our upcoming guests to read. Come join us and support the show by subscribing to our Patreon. Subscriptions start as low as $2 and some come with merch. Check us out at patreon.com/NaziLies and follow us on Twitter @NaziLies and Facebook at facebook.com/TheNSLiesPod [Theme song]

Sometimes I talk to myself
Eat Your Vegetables!

Sometimes I talk to myself

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 33:48


I remember watching Popeye the sailor man growing up. He would be scrawny weak and defeated by his enemy until… he ate his spinach! This is how we look when we don't eat our spiritual vegetables. Listen in as we talk about it! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cessywyatt/message

Grandpa Bill's Stories
Eat Your Vegetables, An Odyssey

Grandpa Bill's Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 7:13


Lessons in survival that every boy should know.

Gardening Related
Eat Your Vegetables And Enjoy Your Garden!

Gardening Related

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 59:54


Hot Hot, your tomatoes are going to rock, mushy tomatoes, abused tomatoes, they like to be stressed, squeeze squeeze sqeeze, shading plants, Addicted To Gardening, what are you having for dinner?, bunch of old people, watch it!, family family, eat it while you can, how do you know snap peas are ready?, felt like a cow chewing cud, grilled zucchini, spaghetti with oil and garlic, ummm yum, there can never be too much garlic, you're sounding pretty fancy, love leftovers so much, zucchilini, zucchini bread, why not?, Patrizia's Italian zucchini recipe, we get along like hellzaspoppin, mandolin, it's not rocket science, mush, chicken piccata, it's one of those things that's better each day, it's a win win, if I had to be allergic to anything thank God it isn't bread, mushrooms, that's a good question, nurseries are having sales, this is the time, Jeannie, fountain in your atrium, basil, Miracle Grow, grow grow grow, I have a talk and they don't listen, whack ‘em, cicada, someone told me something horrific, fear was struck into my heart, there's nothing better in the dead of January, freezing, canning, immersion blender, bacon fat, if there's one thing that gets me up in the morning it's fancy ice, weeds, native plants, moss, mini Connemara, are you sitting out in the garden at all?, hammock, supporting your local growers, roses, Black Gold soil, restful garden, orange, drive around and see what's growing, gardening Facebook groups, what are having for dinner?, I love you, garden nightclubs.

WPC Richmond Messages
Eat Your Vegetables

WPC Richmond Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 16:58


We worship together in-person each week, and stream our worship service through Facebook Live. If you would like to watch a full recording of our July 24 worship, you can watch the recording on Facebook, or join us live, Sundays at 10:00 am at http://www.facebook.com/WPCRichmond.This morning, we welcome the Rev. Dr. Roger Gench as our guest preacher. Scripture: Daniel 1:1-17

Attack the Backlog
The Mean Greens Is What You Get When You Don't Eat Your Vegetables | Attack the Backlog

Attack the Backlog

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022


Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about The Mean Greens - Plastic Warfare--random, I know--a third-person competitive shooter where you play as toy army men and battle across familiar environments like backyards, kitchen tables, and fish tanks. If that sounds interesting to you, check out the episode to find out just how mean these greens be.

Attack the Backlog
The Mean Greens Is What You Get When You Don't Eat Your Vegetables | Attack the Backlog

Attack the Backlog

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022


Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about The Mean Greens - Plastic Warfare--random, I know--a third-person competitive shooter where you play as toy army men and battle across familiar environments like backyards, kitchen tables, and fish tanks. If that sounds interesting to you, check out the episode to find out just how mean these greens be.

The Pixelated Sausage Podcast
The Mean Greens Is What You Get When You Don't Eat Your Vegetables | Attack the Backlog

The Pixelated Sausage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022


Hey there everyone! This episode of Attack the Backlog is all about The Mean Greens - Plastic Warfare--random, I know--a third-person competitive shooter where you play as toy army men and battle across familiar environments like backyards, kitchen tables, and fish tanks. If that sounds interesting to you, check out the episode to find out just how mean these greens be.

The Tammy Podcast
Eat Your Vegetables Day

The Tammy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 4:22


Today June 17th --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/Tammy English /message

Breakfast With Barry Lee
281: Those 3 Little Words You Heard Your Mom Say Most: "Eat Your Vegetables!"

Breakfast With Barry Lee

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 4:35


It's all about 'Mom' on today's podcast, including the things she told you over and over, and, the things you never heard her say.

Meathead Test Kitchen
Eat Your Vegetables

Meathead Test Kitchen

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 28:05


Sadie and Sausha discuss why fitting more vegetables in your life is important to overall health. Eating for volume. And, they can't go an episode without talking about poop, so they're filling you in on the many benefits of fiber! Please follow, rate and review our podcast!  Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Youtube. Hosted by @meatheadsadie and @meatheadsausha Show notes and more on our website: meatheadtestkitchen.com A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Meathead Test Kitchen
Eat Your Vegetables

Meathead Test Kitchen

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 28:05


Sadie and Sausha discuss why fitting more vegetables in your life is important to overall health. Eating for volume. And, they can't go an episode without talking about poop, so they're filling you in on the many benefits of fiber! Please follow, rate and review our podcast!  Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Youtube. Hosted by @meatheadsadie and @meatheadsausha Show notes and more on our website: meatheadtestkitchen.com A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sixth & I LIVE
Tieghan Gerard, Half Baked Harvest food blogger, with Joe Yonan

Sixth & I LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 63:03


In Half Baked Harvest Every Day: Recipes for Balanced, Flexible, Feel-Good Meals, New York Times bestselling author Tieghan Gerard delivers more than 120 all-new, soul-satisfying recipes. In conversation with Joe Yonan, the food and dining editor of The Washington Post and author of Cool Beans, Eat Your Vegetables, and Serve Yourself. This program was held on March 30, 2022.

Grilling, smoking meat, and beer
Eat your vegetables

Grilling, smoking meat, and beer

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 27:40


We switch it up and grill a vegetarian sandwich. Also discussed are other commonly grilled vegetables.

The FarrCast : Wealth Strategies
No One Runs on the Eat Your Vegetables Platform

The FarrCast : Wealth Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 52:59


The Fed has begun their move, and The FarrCast is here with experts and insiders to explain what it means. Michael Farr welcomes Kenny Polcari on the markets, Dan Mahaffee on Washington, and special guest, Stephanie Link on the bigger picture.

Show Love - A Podcast for Wedding Filmmakers
Eat Your Vegetables ft. Matt "WhoIsMatt" Johnson

Show Love - A Podcast for Wedding Filmmakers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 43:34


All of us have the part of a filmmaking process that we like more than others, it's probably the reason we fell in love with this craft. Whether it's filming, editing, directing, the cool gear… there's always something that's more “fun” than other parts of our job, like figuring out how to run a business or learning about audio. On today's show, Matt sits down with me to discuss some of the most common shortcomings he finds when looking at other filmmakers work from around the world and why he thinks certain things keep coming up again and again. It turns out, that if we want to grow, we have to just eat our vegetables. Want to learn more from Matt? Grab his FREE PDF with 3 tips to book more weddings! https://go.whoismatt.com/bookmoreweddings/ -------------------------- This show is sponsored by Musicbed - Sign up for their Wedding Filmmaker subscription using the promo code MBWF and get your first month free: www.musicbed.com This show is sponsored by Love Stories TV. Sign up for a free account and submit your films for paid feature opportunities: https://lovestoriestv.com/r/mbwf

But It Was Aliens
Eat your Vegetables - Green Children of Woolpit and the Georgia Stalks

But It Was Aliens

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 42:16


The extraterrestrial comedy podcast where we probe two mysterious green children who turned up, unexplained, in Woolpit, Suffolk. The 1100's aren't the best-recorded of times but this tale is recorded none the less. Where did these young children come from? Why were they green? Was it BROAD BEANS? Do forest people exist? If not, why don't these children like pizza? Is this case evidence that you are indeed what you eat? Have you ever heard of an undercow? There's a lot of learning to be had on this episode as we explore theories of the extraterrestrial, parallel universes, an underworld, forest folk, Planet X, underwater civilisations aka Wakandawater and people from other earthly lands. Ever heard of House Butt Smasher? After all of that, we briefly cover Fred Reagan and the Georgia Stalks - peculiar aliens of which information is scarce. Anyone fancy some asparagus? All that and more on this weeks file.     Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/butitwasaliens   Store: https://butitwasaliens.co.uk/shop/     Probe us: Email: butitwasaliens@gmail.com Instagram @ ButItWasAliensPodcast Twitter @ ButItWasAliens Facebook: @ ButItWasAliens - join Extraterrestrial Towers     Music:  Music created via Garageband. Additional music via: https://freepd.com and Purple planet www.purpleplanet.com - thank you most kindly good people.

Wax Half Full
Ep.64 – Eat Your Vegetables

Wax Half Full

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2022 77:55


In this episode... Wax and Ads discuss covid-based media, vegetables, and plant meat. RELEVANT LINKS: YouGov: Should TV, movies, and books reference the pandemic, or ignore it? NYT: In Los Angeles, Veggie Burgers With Real Veggies Still Appeal SoraNews24: Our Japanese reporter falls in love with “Lebanese-style gyudon”【SoraKitchen】 EPISODE 64 PLAYLIST: ADS: Lupe Fiasco - Sun God Sam & The California Drug Deals WAX: Leet Mob - Stay Alive PROD. KEITH: Black Star - Definition Find the full playlist and more shows at thejujus.moe. Support Us on Ko-fi.

Chad Herold
Episode 1: Eat Your Vegetables

Chad Herold

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 35:47


Second Presbyterian Richmond Sermons
Eat Your Vegetables! * Roger Gench

Second Presbyterian Richmond Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 18:16


Ask Dr Jessica
Eat Your Vegetables! How to help children understand why it is important to be healthy.

Ask Dr Jessica

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 26:59 Transcription Available


Happy New Year!  To start off 2022, this week's episode of Ask Dr Jessica features Dr Nina Shapiro.  As a parent, have you ever struggled explaining to your children why it is important to do healthy things they don't want to do? For example, going to sleep early, or eating fruits and vegetables, or getting vaccinations? Dr. Shapiro recently wrote a book called "The ultimate kids' guide to being super healthy“, a book for children to help explain the importance of being healthy.  We discuss health topics covered in her book, such as the importance of sleep, eating a healthy diet, how to take medication, why vaccinations are important and much more. I think parents will find this information really helpful!Dr Nina Shapiro is a very impressive physician to say the least.  She is currently the director of pediatric otolaryngology at UCLA. She also graduated from Cornell University and Harvard Medical School.  In the last few years, she has authored two books —“Hype” and most recently “The ultimate kids' guide to being super healthy.“  Dr Shapiro has been a regular guest on the show "The Doctors" and her work has also been featured  in the LA Times, NPR, and the Wall Street Journal.  To learn more about Dr Shapiro, be sure and check out her website: http://drninashapiro.com.Thank you for listening to this week's episode of Ask Dr Jessica! Dr Jessica Hochman is a board certified pediatrician, mom to three children, and she is very passionate about the health and well being of children.  Most of her educational videos are targeted towards general pediatric topics and presented in an easy to understand manner. Do you have a question you want Dr. Jessica to answer?  Send an email to: askdrjessicamd@gmail.com.  Website: www.askdrjessicamd.comFollow her on Instagram: @AskDrJessicaSubscribe to her YouTube channel! Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to this podcast: Ask Dr JessicaPlease note this channel does not take the place of advice from your own medical doctor.  If you have any medical concerns, please seek medical attention.

Unveiling Mercy
December 1 - Eat Your Vegetables

Unveiling Mercy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 3:25


זרענים - [Daniel said,] “Test your servants for ten days; let us be given vegetables to eat and water to drink. 13 Then let our appearance and the appearance of the youths who eat the king's food be observed by you, and deal with your servants according to what you see.” DANIEL 1:12–13 — LINKS Purchase "Unveiling Mercy" and learn more... 1517 Podcast Network Support the work of 1517 CONTACT and FOLLOW chad@1517.org Facebook Twitter SUBSCRIBE Apple Podcasts Spotify Overcast RSS Google Podcasts Audio production by Christopher Gillespie (gillespie.media).

Two Funny Mamas
Two Funny Mamas Ep 80

Two Funny Mamas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 100:45


"Sweet Potato Pie"  Sherri, Kym, and Andre discuss a few of the side dish choices at Thanksgiving, while also deciding if it's ok to celebrate. Travel plans are shared and a #BlackGirlMagic photo shoot at the Gucci film premier is infused with fairy dust from Caroline Rhea. For "Support a Black Business" the mother/daughter duo of Nahndi and Azure Bush jump on to talk about their book "LiLi Rabbit, Eat Your Vegetables". Happy Thanksgiving from Two Funny Mamas! Purchase "Lili Rabbit, Eat Your Vegetables" here:  https://www.amazon.com/LiLi-Rabbit-Eat-Your-Vegetables/dp/B091WJHF8R Watch Kym Whitley, Tuesdays on OWN as she hosts “The Big Holiday Food Fight” Two Funny Mamas Merchandise available here: byjack.com/twofunnymamas Subscribe to our YouTube channel:  rebrand.ly/TwoFunnyMamas @sherrieshepherd on Instagram @kymwhitley on Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Reverend Laurie DeMott's Sermon Podcast

September 26, 2021; Zechariah 7:4-10, Daniel 1 For the text of this sermon, go to www.unionuniversitychurch.org and select "Sermons-Text" from the menu.  If you are one of our podcast listeners, I'd love to hear from you.  Email me at RevDeMott@gmail.com and tell me where you are, how you found us, and why you chose this podcast.  And thanks for listening.

Dementia Researcher Blogs
Dr Sam Moxon - Eat your vegetables, trust Me… It's Important!

Dementia Researcher Blogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 6:00


Dr Sam Moxon, narrates his blog written for NIHR Dementia Researcher. Sam writes about motivation, what inspires people (and him) to pursue a career in science and research, and what it takes to keep going. Find the original text, and narration here on our website. https://www.dementiaresearcher.nihr.ac.uk/guest-blog-eat-your-vegetables-trust-me-its-important/ Enjoy listening and reading our blogs? We're always on the look out for new contributors, drop us a line and share your own research and careers advice dementiaresearcher@nihr.ac.uk  

Sermon Audio – Cross of Grace

John 6:35, 41-51Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.”Then the Jews began to complain about him because he said, “I am the bread that came down from heaven.” They were saying, “Is not this Jesus, the son of Joseph, whose father and mother we know? How can he now say, ‘I have come down from heaven'?”Jesus answered them, “Do not complain among yourselves. No one can come to me unless drawn by the Father who sent me; and I will raise that person up on the last day. It is written in the prophets, ‘And they shall all be taught by God.' Everyone who has heard and learned from the Father comes to me. Not that anyone has seen the Father except the one who is from God; he has seen the Father. Very truly, I tell you, whoever believes has eternal life. I am the bread of life. Your ancestors ate the manna in the wilderness, and they died. This is the bread that comes down from heaven, so that one may eat of it and not die. I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats of this bread will live forever; and the bread that I will give for the life of the world is my flesh.”It's worth knowing – or remembering, if you've learned this before – that Jesus is mad today. It's hard to tell from here – sitting like we do, in this time and place – so far removed from that moment with him, but it matters that he's angry. We're listening in on a hard conversation – an argument, even, some might say – between Jesus and the crowds who have been following him, and challenging him, and questioning him for quite awhile now. Someone smarter than me, has even suggested that when Jesus says, “do not complain among yourselves,” that what he really means is “shut up;” maybe, “quit your whining.”And that side of Jesus matters to me – the human, frustrate-able side of Jesus, I mean, who must have gotten mad more often than we hear about. Mad, here, because he's trying to “bring the kingdom” to the people around him and they just don't see it or get it or want it or know what that means. Mad because he's been having this same conversation for at least, like, 6 chapters and 51 verses, if the Gospel text is any kind of measuring stick for that sort of thing. And after all this time, they're still just bickering over the details and not believing or receiving what they've seen or experienced or heard about Jesus.So, I'll come back to the Gospel in a minute but first, I hope we can have a little laugh.I can't decide if that dog is really smart, or very well-trained – BOTH, maybe – or just really likes cheese. None of this really matters.Because, my point is that I kind of think Jesus is just trying to get the people in this morning's Gospel to eat their theological vegetables. And more than vegetables, or cheese, even – but “the bread that came down from heaven.” And he had to be so frustrated and angry, and sad, I imagine, that they just didn't get it, or want it, or understand it, or whatever.Because what matters in all of this back and forth between Jesus and those people of faith is that it took place very near to the festival of the Passover, the great national and religious holiday for the Jewish people. The Passover was where they celebrated their release from slavery, their Exodus from Egypt, their journey toward the Promised Land. We heard last week about how the people of Jesus' day complained to him for not giving them signs like the ones their ancestors had received in the wilderness back in the days of Moses – after some grumbling of their own. They complained, remember, that their ancestors got that miraculous manna in the wilderness – actual bread from heaven – and they thought they deserved – and so were looking for – something like that kind of a miraculous sign, too; to feed them, to fill them, to fix them, to SAVE them.And now, along comes Jesus, claiming to be that bread from heaven. He's claiming, not just that he was there to deliver the bread from heaven they were looking for, but that somehow he was, that he would be, that he is, this bread from heaven – this miracle – that gives life and hope and salvation to the world. Which would sound ridiculous, you have to admit, since to so many of them, Jesus really was just the son of Joseph and Mary, from down street, or that kid from the other side of the lake, or that carpenter from Capernaum.And since most of us know the rest of the story, we know how this ends – with Jesus crucified and raised to new life. And we can read this little bit of it all as a preview of sorts. Jesus was really hinting, if not declaring outright for those who could read between the lines – that he was the new Passover Lamb, with that national holiday just around the corner, come to take away the sin of the world.Jesus … from Nazareth … this son of a carpenter, this boy born of a peasant girl – this neighbor kid whose parents they knew – was claiming to have come down from heaven with this monumental, holy task of giving up his life, in the flesh, for the sake of the world.Which means, Jesus was messing with their tradition. Jesus was undoing what they expected. Jesus was replacing the old with something new. And he was inviting them to live and believe something altogether different because of it. He was like Elijah in that first reading, who had challenged everything the people believed could be true about their God. He was moving their cheese and replacing it with broccoli. He was replacing their bread with his body.That what Jesus was up to with all of his talk about the bread of life and the bread from heaven; about eternal life and about giving his flesh for the sake of the world. He was undoing everyone's expectations for who God was, for how God could be, for what God might be up to in the world and for how their relationship with God was about to be utterly changed from anything they had ever known and everything they were used to.Everything old was becoming new. Everything they were familiar with was changing. The very kingdom of God was, all of a sudden, alive and well and under their feet in a way they had never expected, experienced, or believed was even possible. And what woulda, coulda, shoulda been a feast of beautiful, hope-filled, life-changing news was, unfortunately, all being received with as much joy and gratitude as a plate full of boiled brussels sprouts.And whether it's eating our vegetables or doing our homework… whether it's ending a bad relationship or putting down the bottle… whether it's showing up for worship, giving our offering, reading more Scripture, or saying our prayers… whether it's finally forgiving that someone, extending that grace, or making that sacrifice for the sake of the greater good… haven't we all tried to convince someone – or be convinced, ourselves – to do or believe or behave in some way that we knew to be good and faithful and righteous, but that was also really hard to make happen?What Jesus was inviting people to see and to receive – what God is calling us to, still – is to open ourselves to the new ways of God's kingdom among us: things like grace and forgiveness; things like humility and generosity; things like peace and love for the “other” and love of our enemies, too. But we're just not always so great at that, if we're honest. Our necks are stiff and our hearts are hard and we are stuck in our ways, too much of the time. Just like the Jews of Jesus' day, the Church as we know it is notorious for “complaining against each other.”So we get this bread from heaven, in Jesus, who offers us forgiveness, who fills our hearts and minds and lives with the same kind of mercy, love and promise we're meant to share. We get this bread from heaven, in Jesus, broken and shared with such abundance that our hands and our hearts can't hold it all.And this bread from heaven, like Jesus says, isn't really bread – or brussels sprouts – or broccoli – after all. It is the very life and death and resurrection of God, in Jesus Christ, broken and shared for you and for me. It is something altogether new and better and different. It can be hard to believe, this bread from heaven. For some this kind of grace is hard to swallow. For too many, it's difficult to share.But this bread from heaven, in Jesus Christ, is for all people. It is meant to feed and fill every body. It saves and redeems all things – and all of us – by God's grace, for the sake of the world.And it changes everything – and will us, too – if we let it.Amen

Lifestyle U Podcast
7 Tips for A Successful Summer (Ep. 14)

Lifestyle U Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 26:29


As exciting as summer is for all of us, we all need a reminder if we want to stay on track with our fitness and nutrition goals. These 7 steps will set you up for success the next few months but will also give you the space and grace to live the life you want to.    Time Stamps:   (1:53) Enjoying Your Summer and Staying Healthy (4:04) Why Summer is Tough (8:15) Healthy Snacks Available and Ready to Go (11:48) Hydration (13:20) Buy or Bring Your Own Food (15:30) Mindful of Alcohol and Sugar (18:38) Plan Your Meals (20:30) Eat Your Vegetables (22:03) All or Nothing Mentality (25:06) Recap (26:18) Where to Find Me ---------------- Follow Me on Instagram! - https://www.instagram.com/laceeiskk/ ------------- We have helped over 500 women transform their mind and body and become the best version of themselves. Want to be next? Click Here to Apply! - https://form.typeform.com/to/WKxPkc

Enjoying Parenting
Eat Your Vegetables! with nutritionist Jo Kate

Enjoying Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 31:36


Eat Your Vegetables! with nutritionist Jo Kate by Enjoying Parenting

Time For Lunch
Seeds!

Time For Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 20:01


This week on Time For Lunch, we are going back to our roots to learn about the source of all plant life: seeds! Special guest Shannie McCabe of Baker Creek Seeds teaches us about the importance of having a colorful assortment on your plate and much more. Plus, as always, this episode is chock full of fun facts, jokes, and music. If you'd like to hear your voice on the show, ask a grownup to help you record yourself using the voice memo app on an iPhone and email your questions, jokes, and recipes to timeforlunchpodcast@gmail.com. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Time For Lunch by becoming a member!Find us on Instagram @timeforlunchpodcast!This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.Time For Lunch is Powered by Simplecast.

Time For Lunch
Seeds!

Time For Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 20:01


This week on Time For Lunch, we are going back to our roots to learn about the source of all plant life: seeds! Special guest Shannie McCabe of Baker Creek Seeds teaches us about the importance of having a colorful assortment on your plate and much more. Plus, as always, this episode is chock full of fun facts, jokes, and music. If you'd like to hear your voice on the show, ask a grownup to help you record yourself using the voice memo app on an iPhone and email your questions, jokes, and recipes to timeforlunchpodcast@gmail.com. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Time For Lunch by becoming a member!Find us on Instagram @timeforlunchpodcast!This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.Time For Lunch is Powered by Simplecast.

The Optimal Prime Podcast.
Eat Your Vegetables #734

The Optimal Prime Podcast.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 4:08


It's national "eat your vegetables" day. I think it's silly. 

You're Not Paranoid
74. Eat Your Vegetables! (Are the Kids Listening?)

You're Not Paranoid

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 84:05


This week on You're Not Paranoid, Katie and Kylie discuss the topic of are the kids listening to the adults in their lives, and if so, what impact does that have on their childhood and adulthood. They discuss the science and psychology around when and to what extent kids are listening to adults' conversations. And of course, there are some hilarious personal stories from Katie's and Kylie's own childhoods. Do you have any funny childhood stories? Let us know using one of the link below! Check out our website at https://www.yourenotparanoid.com/ Follow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/yourenotparanoid/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ynp/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ynp/support

The Cleveland Real Estate Investor
Eat Your Vegetables, Listen To Your Doctor

The Cleveland Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 29:08


Mike Reilly and Mike Ferrante talk about when to pull your house off the market and how to use market feedback to make informed decisions on what work you need to do on your house. They discuss realtors and how choosing the wrong realtor can be dangerous, but you have to also be a seller that is receptive to proper counsel from your realtor.1:44 Mike Ferrante discusses how to rescue flat-lining deals6:38 Mike Reilly talks about possible outcomes of overheated neighborhoods10:57 Mike Reilly discusses the medical analogies of the past and present real estate market13:27 Mike Reilly describes what a qualified doctor/realtor is in his book21:19 Discuss real term malpractice in today's market21:59 Talks about checklist to not get overlooked when selling a house in a normal market

Coin Rejects - Classic Arcade Podcast
Episode #60 - Eat Your Vegetables

Coin Rejects - Classic Arcade Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 110:54


In this episode, we field some listener questions about arcade game artwork, running proper power to your arcade and how nostalgia plays into our obsession with these refrigerator-sized games. We rotate the turnstile on Ladybug, our MAME of the Episode, and give you a rundown on what has been going on in our own game rooms. Enjoy!

Live Laugh Lore: A Podcast on the Story of Warcraft

This week Ali and Gin are joined by none other than the hosts of For Azeroth, Jared RPG and the TruVillainManny! We talk about all sorts of great new information that arrived on the PTR recently! 

Thought Leaders To Watch
44 - Eat Your Vegetables with Business Beyond Limits' Wendy Y. Bailey

Thought Leaders To Watch

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 21:51


In this episode, your host, Starlett Henderson talks to Business Beyond Limits' Wendy Y. Bailey about sales, language, shaping the planet, and more. http://businessbeyondlimits.com (http://businessbeyondlimits.com) Language is bigger than just the words you use, it is power.. a combination of emotions, behaviours and choices when using language that is authentic to yourself.  Wendy explains the importance of sales mastery and messaging by scripts poured with your own catchphrases to attract those ideal clients to your business.  https://changeempire.com/ (www.changeempire.com)

The Strategists
Episode 934: Premiers, eat your vegetables

The Strategists

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 78:02


Corey Hogan and Stephen Carter talk about Alberta's nation-leading Covid numbers and the recent federal fundraising reporting. Will suspending the sitting of the Alberta legislature take heat off Jason Kenney? How should the NDP respond? And what did Stephen do on social media this time? Zain Velji, as always, picks the questions and keeps everybody in line.

Gateway Ormeau Audio
Eat Your Vegetables | Elena Ciobo

Gateway Ormeau Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2021 51:15


Join us as Elena Ciobo unpacks a part of the prophet Daniel's story.

The Experience Podcast
The Experience Podcast #138: Eat Your Vegetables

The Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 48:10


Alex's shins are more dense, Tanner is a mess, Beren was doing homework, and Daniel has bad advice. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-experience/support

The Anna & Raven Show
Thursday, Feb 25th, 2021: Awkward First Date; Eat Your Vegetables; Your Spouse's Job

The Anna & Raven Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 45:21


If something was right in front of your face, warning you about imminent danger, would you just ignore it?  Raven did, and the results weren't pretty! Are you up to date with this week's news?  Anna has picked three news stories and it's up to Raven to decide which one they talk about!  What will he pick this week?  Find out in the podcast.  (2:03) It's one thing to care about public safety, but if you arrest THIS guy for doing something that wasn't even illegal two years ago, that's all I need to know about you!  (5:59) Do you eat your vegetables?  Be honest.  Turns out, at least ¼ of adults don't eat their vegetables, because they can't find a way to make them taste good!  Anna and Raven talk to The Food Network's Chef Plum for some great tips on how to make your vegetables delicious!  (9:40) What was the worst first date you've ever had?  Raven had an unfortunate wedgie situation at a water park, but Anna once went back to a guy's apartment, only to find out he had THIS all over his walls!  (16:44) Do you think you could do your spouse's job?  One of the tough things about being in radio is that everyone thinks they could do it.  So, Anna and Raven decided to ask their spouses if they think they could take over for them!  Anna's husband is cautiously optimistic, but Raven's wife has some strong opinions about it!  (27:27) Joe and Allison's five-year-old son has a lizard that just died. Dad told his son that the lizard was just not feeling well and is at the vet. Mom is livid, why would he lie to him? Tell him it's dead! He has a plan, buy a new lizard, replace it- People do it all the time. This isn't the time to do the "real world" death talk. Plus, the lizard was only a few months old, he'll think he killed it. Whose side are you on?  (34:09) Marie wants to win that $1,200 jackpot!  All she has to do is beat Raven in pop culture trivia!  (40:08)

The Anna & Raven Show
Do you Eat Your Vegetables? Be Honest! Feat. Food Network's Chef Plum

The Anna & Raven Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 8:33


Do you eat your vegetables?  Be honest.  Turns out, at least ¼ of adults don't eat their vegetables, because they can't find a way to make them taste good!  Anna and Raven talk to The Food Network's Chef Plum for some great tips on how to make your vegetables delicious!  Photo: Getty Images

Moveable Do
John Muehleisen

Moveable Do

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 60:45


Seattle-based composer John Muehleisen talks to Moveable Do this week about Northwest Choral Publishers, his major influences as a composer, and the connection between sacred and secular music. Featured on this episode: "Eat Your Vegetables! - Set One," "The Stars Still Shine," "When All is Done," and "But Who Shall Return Us Our Children: A Kipling Passion." To learn more about John Muehleisen, visit his website at https://johnmuehleisen.com/. For more information about this podcast and a full archive of episodes, visit https://sdcompose.com/moveabledo. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moveabledo/support

Action and Ambition
Getting America Hooked on Veggies, Elliot Huss Brings Plant-Based Solutions to Get You to Eat Your Vegetables

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2020 36:24


Welcome to another episode of Action & Ambition with your host, Andrew Medal. Today’s guest is Elliot Huss, CEO and Co-Founder of New Classic Cooking, which started in 2004 focusing on frozen and refrigerated foods for the Kosher market. In 2008 the company launched the brand Veggies Made Great. During that time Elli has led the company to great success with the Veggies Made Great brand making it an industry groundbreaker for healthy frozen and refrigerated foods, thus making plant-based solutions easier for every consumer, during any occasion. The Veggies Made Great brand showcases veggies as the first and main ingredient in the complete product line, which includes muffins, frittatas and veggie cakes. Under his direction Veggies Made Great has become the leader in unique veggie-rich foods, of the highest quality, that are remarkably delicious and nutrition. You’re going to love this episode. Let’s get to it!

Time For Lunch
Collard Greens!

Time For Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2020 14:07


What's big, green, and loaded with essential nutrients? This episode of Time For Lunch is all about Collard Greens. Hannah and Harry learn some special uses of this delicious and nutritious member of the brassica family from our friend, farmer Germaine Jenkins, Chef Todd Richards waxes poetic about dinosaurs and greens, and of course there are lots of fun facts and brand new jokes. If you'd like to hear your voice on the show, ask a grownup to help you record yourself using the voice memo app on an iPhone and email your questions, jokes, and recipes to timeforlunchpodcast@gmail.com. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network, support Time For Lunch by becoming a member!This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.Time For Lunch is Powered by Simplecast. 

Time For Lunch
Collard Greens!

Time For Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2020 14:07


What’s big, green, and loaded with essential nutrients? This episode of Time For Lunch is all about Collard Greens. Hannah and Harry learn some special uses of this delicious and nutritious member of the brassica family from our friend, farmer Germaine Jenkins, Chef Todd Richards waxes poetic about dinosaurs and greens, and of course there are lots of fun facts and brand new jokes. If you’d like to hear your voice on the show, ask a grownup to help you record yourself using the voice memo app on an iPhone and email your questions, jokes, and recipes to timeforlunchpodcast@gmail.com. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network, support Time For Lunch by becoming a member!This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.Time For Lunch is Powered by Simplecast. 

Pleasant Valley UMC Sermons
Eat your Vegetables

Pleasant Valley UMC Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2020 21:09


Eat your Vegetables by PVUMC CT

LifeMinute Podcast: Kids and Family
It's National Eat Your Vegetables Day

LifeMinute Podcast: Kids and Family

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2020 1:57


Get inspired by these celeb veggie lovers to eat more greens

Disorderly Dogs!
24. The eat your vegetables of dog training

Disorderly Dogs!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2019


Reactive Redefined FREE Mini Course  Adventure Dog Academy FREE Mini Course Trustworthy RecallsFollow us on Instagram @agoodfeeling_inco www.agoodfeelingdogtraining.comVetCs discount code DISORDERLYDOGS 10% off your purchase If you like this podcast, be sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on super cool future episodes!Leaving a 5-star review really helps this podcast reach other dog guardians in search of help for their dogs and I literally read every single one! Song credit: Podington BearEpisode 24: The eat your vegetables of dog training