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The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
Jacob Mast, Poplar Grove GC Head PGA Pro

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 8:10


Today on The Fast Lane with Ed Lane: - Ed and Trey Lyle discuss if the #Flames would hire Urban Meyer as its head football coach - Notre Dame Football analyst Ryan Harris on #Hokies vs #Irish - Poplar Grove Golf Club head PGA Pro Jacob Mast on Dechambeau vs Koepka

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 10.05.21

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 59:41


Red onion effective at killing cancer cells, study says University of Guelph (Ontario)  If you're looking for a flavorful way to help fight and prevent cancer, add red onion to your shopping list.  It will be worth the effort … as you will soon see why. In the first study of its kind, University of Guelph researchers looked at how the Ontario-grown red onion and several others affected the growth and proliferation of cancer cells. Their findings indicate that all onions are not created equal. The Canadian researchers looked at five different kinds of onion in total from the province of Ontario. They assessed the onions in terms of their effects against cancer cells and their ability to prevent cancer. Of the five species tested, the Ruby Ring red onion was the most effective. Few people are aware that onions are somewhat of a superfood. Hopefully, studies like these will help to change that. Onions in general have very high concentrations of the flavonoid quercetin. However, the Ruby Ring Ontario red onion has particularly high levels of these compounds as compared with other species. In the study, colon cancer cells were placed in direct contact with quercetin that was extracted from the five onion varieties studied. It was found that all of the onion types created an unfavorable environment for cancer cells and initiated cancer cell death, or apoptosis. Communication between the cancer cells seems to be disrupted by the compounds in the onions, and this can help to fight and prevent cancer. The study also showed that the Ruby Ring red onion was high in anthocyanin, a compound that helps to enrich the scavenging properties of quercetin. This in turn supports quercetin in fighting cancer cells and helping to prevent cancer. Anthocyanin is the molecule that gives vegetables like red onions their rich, deep color. This is in keeping with the general increased healthbenefits that can be gained from other dark or brightly colored vegetables and fruits. The recent onion study results were published in the journal Food Research International. While all of the onions studied showed the ability to inhibit cancer cells, red onions were particularly effective. Their beneficial compounds blocked the production of both colon cancer cells and breast cancer cells within the controlled conditions of the study. The next step is to complete human trials to further explore the cancer fighting effects of onions. Researchers are also working on an extraction technique to isolate the quercetin in onions so that it can be administered as a cancer therapy. In the meantime, finding ways to include more of this cancer-fighting superfood into your diet can allow you to experience many health benefits. Enjoy red onions in salads, on sandwiches and cooked into soups, stews and stir-fry dishes.     Age and aging have critical effects on the gut microbiome   Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, October 4, 2021 Researchers at Cedars-Sinai have found that aging produces significant changes in the microbiome of the human small intestine distinct from those caused by medications or illness burden. The findings have been published in the journal Cell Reports. "By teasing out the microbial changes that occur in the small bowel with age, medication use and diseases, we hope to identify unique components of the microbial community to target for therapeutics and interventions that could promote healthy aging," said Ruchi Mathur, MD, the study's principal investigator. Research exploring the gut microbiome, and its impact on health, has relied predominantly on fecal samples, which do not represent the entire gut, according to Mathur. In their study, investigators from Cedars-Sinai's Medically Associated Science and Technology (MAST) Program analyzed samples from the small intestine–which is over 20 feet in length and has the surface area of a tennis court–for examination of the microbiome and its relationship with aging. "This study is the first of its kind to examine the microbial composition of the small intestine of subjects 18 years of age to 80. We now know that certain microbial populations are influenced more by medications, while others are more affected by certain diseases. We have identified specific microbes that appear to be only influenced by the chronological age of the person," said Mathur, an endocrinologist and director of the Diabetes Outpatient Treatment & Education Center. The 21st century has been referred to as the "era of the gut microbiome" as scientists turn considerable attention to the role trillions of gut bacteria, fungi and viruses may play in human health and disease. The microbiome is the name given to the genes that live in these cells. Studies have suggested that disturbances in the constellations of the microbial universe may lead to critical illnesses, including gastroenterological diseases, diabetes, obesity, and some neurological disorders. While researchers know that microbial diversity in stool decreases with age, Cedars-Sinai investigators identified bacteria in the small bowel they refer to as "disruptors" that increase and could be troublesome. "Coliforms are normal residents of the intestine. We found that when these rod-shaped microbes become too abundant in the small bowel–as they do as we get older–they exert a negative influence on the rest of the microbial population. They are like weeds in a garden," said study co-author Gabriela Leite, Ph.D. Investigators also found that as people age, the bacteria in the small intestine change from microbes that prefer oxygen to those that can survive with less oxygen, something they hope to understand as the research continues. "Our goal is to identify and fingerprint the small intestinal microbial patterns of human health and disease. Given the important role the small bowel plays in absorption of nutrients, changes in the microbiome in this location of the gut may have a greater impact on human health, and warrants further study," said Mark Pimentel, MD, director of the MAST program and a co-author of the study. This research is part of Cedars-Sinai's ongoing REIMAGINE study: Revealing the Entire Intestinal Microbiota and its Associations with the Genetic, Immunologic, and Neuroendocrine Ecosystem.   Study finds no association between caffeine intake and invasive breast cancer risk University of Buffalo, September 28, 2021 Researchers from the University at Buffalo conducted a study of nearly 80,000 postmenopausal women in the U.S. to determine whether caffeine consumption from coffee and tea has any association with invasive breast cancer. The average age when U.S. women reach menopause, 51, also happens to coincide with the age group—50- to 64-year-olds—that has the highest reported caffeine consumption. In addition to that, the average age of breast cancer diagnosis in the U.S. is 62. This overlap of age at menopause, age at diagnosis of breast cancer and age with high caffeine consumption gave greater weight to the importance of clarifying whether caffeine intake impacts breast cancer risk in postmenopausal women. It does not, according to the UB researchers' findings, published in August in the International Journal of Cancer. "From our literature review, many studies have found significant associations between coffee and/or tea consumption and reduced breast cancer incidence whereas a few studies have reported elevated risk. Our study, however, found no association," said study first author Christina KH Zheng, who worked on the study while completing her master's in epidemiology at UB. She is now a surgical resident in the MedStar Baltimore general surgery program. "About 85% of Americans drink at least one caffeinated beverage a day. It is important for the public to know whether consumption of caffeinated beverages has beneficial or harmful effects on breast cancer, the most common type of cancer and second-leading cause of cancer death for U.S. women," said Lina Mu, MD, Ph.D., the study's senior author, who is an associate professor of epidemiology and environmental health at UB. "The overlap of age at diagnosis of breast cancer and age with high consumption of caffeine, and the inconsistent findings from previous studies motivated us to study whether this lifestyle factor could affect breast cancer risk in postmenopausal women," said Kexin Zhu, a study co-first author and epidemiology Ph.D. student in UB's School of Public Health and Health Professions. Researchers looked at a sample of 79,871 participants in the Women's Health Initiative Observational Study. Participants have for decades now completed yearly health questionnaires that help researchers learn more about diet and exercise habits, as well as disease, and any possible linkages. After a median follow-up of 16 years, there were 4,719 cases of invasive breast cancer identified. At first glance, women who reported drinking two to three cups of caffeinated coffee per day had a 12% higher risk of invasive breast cancer compared to non-drinkers. But that association was not statistically significant after adjusting for lifestyle factors, such as smoking and alcohol consumption. "Seeing null results after adjusting for lifestyle, demographic and reproductive factors informs us of the complexity that is the relationship between caffeine intake and invasive breast cancer risk," Zheng said. "Some lifestyle factors, like drinking alcohol and physical activity, might be associated with both coffee intake and breast cancer risk," Zhu explained. "Therefore, they might confound the initial positive associations. After we took the lifestyle factors into account, the results suggested that regular coffee drinking might not have an impact on invasive breast cancer risk." The risk of invasive breast cancer was even higher—22%—for women who reported drinking two to three cups of decaffeinated coffee each day. It was slightly lower when adjusted for lifestyle variables (smoking history, alcohol consumption, physical activity, etc.), and the association was not statistically significant when further accounting for reproductive variables such as family history of breast cancer and number of children The researchers were unable to determine if the elevated risk is due to the decaffeinated nature of the coffee, the amount consumed, or another factor unique to this population that was not accounted for in the study. The researchers did not observe a significant association between overall tea consumption and invasive breast cancer. Additional research needs to be done in order to understand whether different types of teas have different effects on breast cancer risk, Zhu said.   Liver function improves with the consumption of Broccoli sprout extract Tokai University Tokyo Hospital (Japan), October 5, 2021 A Japanese study of broccoli sprouts and liver function has found the sulforaphane-rich food to be highly beneficial. An extract from broccoli sprouts given to male participants was shown to improve hepatic abnormalities and overall liver function significantly. For the study, the researchers conducted a double blind, randomized placebo-controlled trial of males with fatty liver disease. The subjects received either extract of broccoli sprouts in capsule form, or a placebo. The capsules contained glucoraphanin, a precursor for the sulforaphane in broccoli sprouts. A number of key liver function markers were measured before and after the trial. It was determined that dietary supplementation with extract of broccoli improved liver functioning by decreasing alkali phosphatase activity and oxidative stress markers. Broccoli sprout extract was also found to prevent NDMA-induced chronic liver failure in rats. The researchers believe the antioxidants in broccoli sprouts are effective in suppressing the mechanisms of liver failure at a cellular level. The reduction of oxidative stress is crucial in protecting the liver and improving its health, and broccoli is loaded with health-supporting antioxidants. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is also reaching epidemic proportions, with nearly 30 percent of Americans (90 million people) having some level of the disease. Like hep C, NAFLD can result in liver failure and cancer of the liver in the most severe cases. Exposure to environmental toxins exacerbates liver conditions as well, with the glyphosate found in weed killers, like Roundup, particularly harmful. The good news is that liver conditions are preventable by embracing a healthy lifestyle. Eating plenty of organic fruits and vegetables, exercising regularly and avoiding alcohol and cigarettes can do wonders for liver health. As evidenced by the recent research out of Japan, sulforaphane-rich broccoli sprouts can be a key component in supporting healthy liver function. Milk thistle, vitamin E, black seed oil and dandelion root have also shown effectiveness in supporting and detoxifying the liver.       How cannabis-like substances keep the brain in balance   Utrecht University (Netherlands), October 4, 2021 Whenever we learn, remember or forget something, a surprisingly active role is played by cannabis-like substances in the brain. Researchers at Utrecht University found that the substances actively balance connections in the brain that allow cells to either activate or inhibit each other. The discovery reveals how brain cells influence each other, and how psychiatric disorders can arise when this process goes wrong. Although wisdom comes with age, our brain does not store every single experience or lesson learned. In addition to learning and remembering, our brains are also equipped to forget irrelevant things or drop unused skills. In order to find a balance in this, brain cellsconstantly communicate with each other through connections that activate or inhibit the cells. Researchers from Utrecht University discovered that brain cells can form new, inhibitory connections via so-called endocannabinoids. They reported their discovery in Journal of Neuroscience. Counterbalance Endocannabinoids derive their name from the cannabis plant, which contains similar substances. The researchers discovered the role of endocannabinoids when they induced brain cells of mice to strengthen activating connections. In response, the brain cells also started making new inhibitory connections. The researchers found that endocannabinoids kickstarted the new connections. Surprisingly active role The researchers were surprised to find that these substances play such an active role. "Nobody expected this from endocannabinoids," says research leader Dr. Corette Wierenga, neurobiologist at Utrecht University. It was already known that endocannabinoids can influence the functioning of our brains. But until now researchers assumed that the substances were merely involved in adjusting existing connections. "Now it appears that the system of endocannabinoids can actively push the production of new inhibitory connections, with which brain cells actively regulate the balance." Psychiatric disorders caused by imbalance The discovery could help scientists to better understand how psychiatric disordersand other abnormalities in the brain develop. In many of these disorders, the balance between inhibitory and activating connections is disturbed. During an epileptic seizure, for example, this balance is seriously disturbed. Although in many other disorders the disturbance is more subtle, for example in schizophrenia, the impact can still be equally profound. Cannabis-related unbalance The balance between activating and inhibiting connections in our brain is constantly being adjusted in response to our experiences. Whenever we experience something, the connections change, and the brain must restore the balance. Cannabis use can disrupt that balance. "Occasional cannabis use will not seriously disturb the balance," says Wierenga. "But if the balance is disturbed for a longer period, it can cause problems. For example, children of mothers who smoked marijuana during pregnancy can experience problems with neurological development." Early stages of life The balance is especially important in early stages of life, Wierenga says. "During our development, brain connections are constantly changing. Especially during that period, it is important that inhibitory and activating connections remain coordinated. If the coordination is malfunctioning or disturbed, you can imagine that the system becomes disrupted. And unfortunately, disruptions that occur so early cannot be easily repaired later in life." According to Wierenga, such disruptions can lead not only to loss of memory, but also initiate more serious consequences. For example, the brain might grow out to less adaptive to stressful situations. "When this happens, things get out of hand more easily in the brain, because inhibition and activation are out of balance. That could lead to learning and behavioral problems." Predicting and preventing disorders Creating a deeper understanding of the role endocannabinoids play in the brain, could lead to psychiatric disorders being more predictable or even prevented in the future. The publication in Journal of Neuroscience now sets out a new direction in which more knowledge can be built up. Wierenga: "Ultimately, as a researcher, we want to understand how brain cells coordinate the balance and what happens when that balance is disturbed.   Glycerin is safe, effective in psoriasis model Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, October 4, 2021 Patients with psoriasis have reported that glycerin, an inexpensive, harmless, slightly sweet liquid high on the list of ingredients in many skin lotions, is effective at combatting their psoriasis and now scientists have objective evidence to support their reports. They found that whether applied topically or ingested in drinking water, glycerin, or glycerol, helps calm the classic scaly, red, raised and itchy patches in their psoriasismodel, Dr. Wendy Bollag, cell physiologist and skin researcher at the Medical College of Georgia and Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center and her colleagues report in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences. The studies also provide more evidence of the different ways glycerin enables the healthy maturation of skin cells through four stages that result in a smooth, protective skin layer. Psoriasis is an immune-mediated problem that typically surfaces in young adults in which skin cells instead multiply rapidly, piling up into inflamed patches. "We have experimental data now to show what these patients with psoriasis are reporting," says Bollag, who nearly 20 years ago first reported in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology that glycerin, a natural alcohol and water attractor known to help the skin look better, also safely helped it function better by helping skin cells mature properly. Bollag's early report led to many anecdotal reports from individuals and their reports ultimately led to the newly published study. Topically, glycerin is known to have a soothing, emollient effect. But another key part of its magic, which Dr. Bollag has helped delineate, is its conversion to the lipid, or fat, phosphatidylglycerol, which ultimately regulates the function of keratinocytes, our major skin cell type, and suppresses inflammation in the skin. Glycerin gets into the skin through avenues like aquaporin-3, a channel expressed in skin cells, and the MCG scientists have shown that once inside, aquaporin 3 funnels glycerin to phospholipase-D-2, an enzyme that converts fats in the external cell membrane into cell signals, ultimately converting glycerin to phosphatidylglycerol. In 2018, Bollag and team reported that topical application of phosphatidylglycerol reduced inflammation and the characteristic raised skin patches in a mouse model of psoriasis. This time they decided to look at the impact of its widely available precursor glycerin. For the new studies, they used imiquimod, which is known to produce psoriasis-like plaques on humans using it for problems like genital warts and some skin cancers, to produce an animal model. The mice either drank the sweet natural alcohol or the scientists applied it topically. Either way, glycerin helped reduce development of the characteristic skin lesions, the scientists report, a finding which helps underline that glycerin works in more than one way to improve the skin condition. Externally, glycerin showed its action as an emollient because even in mice missing phospholipase-D-2, it was beneficial. Additionally, topically it appears to compete with hydrogen peroxide for space inside the aquaporin 3 channel. Hydrogen peroxide is commonly known as a mild antiseptic but we produce it as well and at low levels it's a cell signaling molecule. But at high levels, hydrogen peroxide produces destructive oxidative stress, which can actually cause psoriasis. The scientists found that topical glycerin reduced the levels of hydrogen peroxide entering skin cells. When they added glycerin and hydrogen peroxide at the same time directly to skin cells, they found that glycerin protected against the oxidative stress from hydrogen peroxide. "Glycerol is basically outcompeting the hydrogen peroxide in getting in there and preventing it from being able to enter and increase oxidative stress," Bollag says. Oil and water don't mix, so yet another way glycerin may be helpful is by supporting the skin's major role as a water permeability barrier so that, as an extreme, when we sit in a bathtub the bath water doesn't pass through our skin so we blow up like a balloon, she says. On the other hand, when glycerin was ingested by the mice missing the phospholipase- D-2, which converts fats or lipids in a cell's membrane to signals, it simply did not work, Bollag says, which confirmed their earlier findings that internally anyway, glycerin pairs with the enzyme to produce the signal essential to skin cell maturation. Some of their other most recent work is detailing more about how phosphatidylglycerol decreases inflammation.  Bollag would like next steps to also include clinical trials with dermatologists and patients and is working to find a formulation scientist who can make what she thinks will be the optimal combination: glycerin and phosphatidylglycerol in the same topical cream. The addition of phosphatidylglyerol itself, rather than just the glycerin that makes it, is essentially a backup since there is some evidence that in psoriasis the essential conversion of glycerin to phosphatidylglycerol is not optimal. Bollag's lab and others have shown reduced levels of aquaporin 3 in psoriasis, which likely means less phosphatidylgycerol, so making more glycerin available may help, albeit not as efficiently, raise the availability of this lipid essential to normal skin cell proliferation. Moving quickly into clinical trials should be comparatively easy since, as with glycerin, there already is experience with the use of phosphatidylglycerol in humans. For example, it's a component of some high-end cosmetics, Bollag says.  She suspects that this sort of two-punch combination, could help keep early signs of psoriasis at bay and, with more advanced disease, use existing psoriasis treatments to get the skin condition under control then start applying glycerin to help keep it that way. Bollag and her colleagues reported in 2018 in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology that in a mouse model of psoriasis, phosphtidylglycerol reduced inflammation and the characteristic raised skin lesions of psoriasis.  While its exact cause is unclear, psoriasis is an immune-mediated condition and patients have higher levels of inflammation, as well as too many skin cells being produced then maturing abnormally. The heightened inflammation also puts them at increased risk for problems like heart disease. Biologics used to treat psoriasis work different ways to stem this overactive immune response but in addition to their high cost, can put the patient at risk for problems like serious infections and cancer. The only side effect she has seen in about 20 years of working with glycerin and the clinical and cosmetic use already out there, is it can leave the skin feeling slightly sticky. Our bodies can make glycerol from the carbohydrates, proteins and fats that we eat or already have in our body.    

The John Batchelor Show
1734: John Calvin Batchelor: #UNBOUND. "Hollywood Before the Mast” A story from the collection, Gordon Liddy Is My Muse, by John Calvin Batchelor. The complete 85 minutes. Read by John Batchelor.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 100:41


Photo:  Mouth of Moose River from Mount Kineo, Moosehead Lake, Maine; from a c. 1905 postcard. CBS Eyes on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow "Hollywood Before the Mast" #UNBOUND. A story from the collection, Gordon Liddy Is My Muse, by John Calvin Batchelor.   Read by John Batchelor. HFN https://www.amazon.com/Gordon-Liddy-Muse-Calvin-Batchelor/dp/0671690787 In nine darkly comic episodes that range from Moscow to Hollywood, the conservative spy novelist Tommy "Tip" Paine offers this postmodern, picaresque chase across our contemporary oral landscape

Break the Cycle with DSD
Eric Carroll #IStandWithJohn Documentary on John Mast

Break the Cycle with DSD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 159:19


Earlier this year John Mast vindicated his name and heinous false allegations of abuse against his ex and his children. After finally winning unsupervised visitation of his children he was murdered by his ex father-in-law and the custody exchange. Eric had connected with John through his Dad Talk Today show and had become friends with John. Eric has made it his mission to shine light on John's case and drive attention to the plight of parents caught up in the family court machine and how some ultimately lose their lives in this fight.LinksI Stand With John documentaryDad Talk Today on YouTubeDad Talk Today on FacebookDad Talk Today on InstagramI Stand With John - TrailerDTT Interview with John MastSupport the ChannelDonate through PayPalDSD Channel MembershipsParticipate in the show!During the show you can call in live at1 (424) 373-54831 (424) DSD-LIVEWeb Interface - free dialing You can also leave a voicemail through the DSD websiteTable of Contents00:00 - Start of Show04:49 - When is it okay to violate an order to see your kids?1:12:45 - End of show wrap-up

Modern Persian Food
The Sours in Persian Cuisine

Modern Persian Food

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 15:16


In Episode #52, co-hosts Beata and Bita explore the sour and acidic elements that elevate and balance Persian dishes.   List of sour and/or acidic ingredients in Persian cuisine include: Dried lime (in Farsi, Limoo Omani) Citrus  Lemon Lime Oranges Plums Onions Tomatoes Vinegar Ghoreh   Dried limes, Limoo Omani in Farsi Small, wrinkly, brown, hard, sometimes referred to as black limes Soaked and simmered directly into stews, then broken up when soft - can be either removed or consumed according to preference Also available in dried, ground form   Dishes the Beats prepare with lemon or lime juice Salad shirazi Loobia polo Fish and kababs   Dishes the Beats prepare with vinegar Garnish on top of aash With vegetables or on salad Dolmeh   Dishes the Beats prepare with ghoreh (tart, unripe grapes) Khoresh bademjoon/bademjan - eggplant stew Dolmeh   Dishes the Beats prepare with onions Most Persian dishes! Raw onions in sabzi khordan and as an accoutrement to meals   Dishes the Beats prepare with yogurt (See also: Episode 5: Yogurt) Plain Mast o khiar Mast o musir   Dishes the Beats prepare with sour plums Some Persian regional stews Lavashak (see episode Episode 38: Lavashak)   Dishes the Beats prepare with Seville oranges Some regional Persian stews   Ask the Beats This week's question comes from Farhad of Seattle: Beats, what is your go-to spice? Saffron Turmeric Salt Garlic powder/onion powder EBTB - Everything But the Bagel Seasoning mix Contact us at hello@modernpersianfood.com or Instagram   Resources and recipes from this episode: All Modern Persian Food episodes can be found at: Episodes Co-host Beata Nazem Kelley blog: BeatsEats – Persian Girl Desperately Addicted to Food! Co-host Bita Arabian blog: Oven Hug - Healthy Persian Recipes | Modern Persian Recipes   Samin Nosrat, Salt Fat Acid Heat   Persian Vegetarian Eggplant Stew – Khoreshteh Bademjan  Persian Salads: Maast-o-Khiar with Shallot and Salad Shirazi Khoreshteh Karafs Celery and Herb Beef Stew Lubia Polo for the Persian New Year Sezdeh be Dar Picnic   Podcast production by Alvarez Audio

The Autoimmune Doc Podcast w/ Dr. Taylor Krick
024 - Mast Cells, Inflammation, and Autoimmunity

The Autoimmune Doc Podcast w/ Dr. Taylor Krick

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 28:09


Mast cells are important! Mast cells are implicated in autoimmune diseases and many other inflammatory processes - because mast cells RELEASE and TRIGGER inflammation. Like.... A LOT OF INFLAMMATION. We're talking vicious cycles of inflammation that can be hard to stop!Mast cells respond to stimuli in the environment like allergens, foods, viruses, bacteria, parasites, LPS, COVID-19, our "big 3" pathogens EBV, Lyme, mold/fungi/Candida, toxins like mercury, aluminum, glyphosate - but they also can be triggered by PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS! That's pretty important. These mast cells are called "sentinel cells", because they sound the alarm when there is danger - think of someone with a dog allergy who walks into a friend's house with dogs and immediately their symptoms go off - runny nose, itchy eyes, sneezing. This allergic reaction happens SOMETIMES with mast cell-related problems, but not all the time. The sinuses are the most famous place we find mast cells (think: antihistamines), but they line all tissues that interface with the outside world like the skin, lungs, digestive tract, bladder, uterus/vagina, and highly vascularized tissues like the BRAIN.  They are 5-24x more highly expressed in the synovial tissues of patients with RA compared to normal people, they are implicated in Multiple Sclerosis, IBS/IBD, Endometriosis, Alzheimer's disease...the list goes on and on. Their activation is associated with a mixed bag of weird symptoms like anxiety, brain fog, fatigue, heart palpitations, rapid heart rate, vertigo, flushing, itching, heavy limbs, nausea, stomach pain, blood pressure changes, chemical sensitivities, food reactions, etc etc.....so often this person has maybe been to the the ER thinking they were having a heart attack, the cardiologist, the gastroenterologist, the neurologist, the ENT, the endocrinologist....and nothing has helped. These cells are super cool. They literally look like a sack filled with little "balls", or vesicles, and these vesicles are filled with different chemical mediators that have ALL SORTS of different effects - histamine is the most famous, TNFalpha is one of many highly inflammatory cytokines, Platelet Aggregating Factor can cause hypercoagulation....the list is several hundred long. Picture a big bag filled with a bunch of helium balloons. Sometimes the body releases all of the "balloons" at once very quickly, which is called degranulation, but sometimes the body only releases certain balloons - like red ones. Some triggers, like Lyme disease for example, mast cells only release inflammatory cytokines. This is tricky, because this means that sometimes mast cells can be implicated even with there is not a histamine response.SOMETIMES mast cells are activated by allergens. Most people know it when they have allergies. SOMETIMES mast cells are activated by other things - - STRESS, toxins, pathogens, dysbiosis of the gut.....but more often than not it's a combination of things - foods, stress, a toxic exposure, and the inflammation builds more gradually.  You can't always find the "one thing" that caused the response, and looking for that "one thing" is futile. Mast cell "activation" and associated inflammation can lead to a wide spectrum of symptom severity - you could have an autoimmune disease like RA or MS that has mast cells as a component but is much more complex, you could have full-blown MCAS (Mast Cell Activation Syndrome - which most people do not have!), you could have bloating, brain fog, and anxiety (COMMON!!) or you could occasionally suffer from minor seasonal allergies or joint pain, common mast cell-mediated inflammatory symptoms. But knowing how mast cells work and how to stabilize them is an important piece of many people's health puzzle!

The John Batchelor Show
1716: John Calvin Batchelor: #UNBOUND. "Hollywood Before the Mast” A story from the collection, Gordon Liddy Is My Muse, by John Calvin Batchelor. The complete 85 minutes. Read by John Batchelor.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 100:41


Photo:  Godzilla! CBS Eyes on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow "Hollywood Before the Mast" #UNBOUND. A story from the collection, Gordon Liddy Is My Muse, by John Calvin Batchelor.   Read by John Batchelor. HFN https://www.amazon.com/Gordon-Liddy-Muse-Calvin-Batchelor/dp/0671690787 In nine darkly comic episodes that range from Moscow to Hollywood, the conservative spy novelist Tommy "Tip" Paine offers this postmodern, picaresque chase across our contemporary oral landscape

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
Jacob Mast, Poplar Grove Golf Club Head PGA Pro On Ryder Cup, Member For Day, Bobby B

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 13:59


Jacob Mast, Poplar Grove Golf Club Head PGA Pro On Ryder Cup, Member For Day, Bobby B by Ed Lane

Special Education Advocacy with Ashley Barlow
Transitioning to Adulthood with Renowned Advocates, Rachel and Jawanda Mast

Special Education Advocacy with Ashley Barlow

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 52:57


If there was a foreign language in special education, it would be Transition to Adulthood.  When IEPs start to consider a child's transition to adulthood, things over get willy nilly.  I think it's mainly because parents – while often quite innocent about special education already – are REALLY intimidated by All Things Transition.  That's why I invited advocacy rockstars,  Jawanda and Rachel Mast back on the podcast to talk about Transition to Adulthood.  Rachel is an adult that has Down syndrome that has been to college, worked several jobs, and has a vibrant social life!  I can't wait for you to learn from these amazing role models!!!

The John Batchelor Show
1700: John Calvin Batchelor: #UNBOUND. "Hollywood Before the Mast" A story from the collection, Gordon Liddy Is My Muse, by John Calvin Batchelor. The complete 85 minutes. Read by John Batchelor.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 100:41


Photo: Germany:  Landscape with View of a Farmer's Cottage CBS Eyes on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow "Hollywood Before the Mast" #UNBOUND. A story from the collection, Gordon Liddy Is My Muse,by John Calvin Batchelor.   Read by John Batchelor. HFN https://www.amazon.com/Gordon-Liddy-Muse-Calvin-Batchelor/dp/0671690787 In nine darkly comic episodes that range from Moscow to Hollywood, the conservative spy novelist Tommy "Tip" Paine offers this postmodern, picaresque chase across our contemporary oral landscape  ..

Harish Saluja's A House at the Crossroads
kyā ab bhī vahāñ ke bāġhoñ meñ, mastāna havā.eñ aatī haiñ, kyā ab bhī vahāñ ke parbat par, ghanghor ghaTā.eñ chhātī haiñ, kyā ab bhī vahāñ kī barkhā.eñ, vaise hī diloñ ko bhātī haiñ, o des se aane vaale batā , kis haa

Harish Saluja's A House at the Crossroads

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 31:43


Old Hindi/Urdu film Songs, Poetry & Ghazals curated by Harish SalujaO Chand Jahan Woh JayenMore Saiyyaan Toh Hai PardesBichhde Hue PardesiAai Ritu Sawan KiPehle Na SamjhaO Des Se Aane Wale Bata Raga Nilambari (Mitwa, Jaae Base Pardes) Support the show (http://www.harishsaluja.com)

Land & Legacy - Sportsmen's Nation
Hard Mast, Perennial Food Plots, or Soft Mast; Early Season Food Sources

Land & Legacy - Sportsmen's Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 31:09


During this podcast, we discuss the varied food resources available to whitetail deer during the 2021 hunting season. When we start to look at patterns that deer are on now, we all know that they are subject to changing rapidly during this time of the year. Oftentimes early season hunting scenarios revolve around white oak acorns. However, this year we believe will be very different. During the spring of 2021, a hard frost during the flowering stage of white oaks really set the stage for the fall crop in this region. In addition, the later portion of summer has turned dry, which is not uncommon, but even so, it makes for very delayed plantings of food plots. To say food is rather limited, can be an understatement as our season opens up for bowhunting this week. So to combat these challenges, we are faced with evaluating food sources closely. Early bedding hunts are very difficult and risky, so hunting deer based on food availability is the alternative strategy. But, this takes close examination and it appears alfalfa and soft mast such as persimmon could be a strong player as the season opens up! Land & Legacy is powered by Simple Cast.

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Land & Legacy - Hard Mast, Perennial Food Plots, or Soft Mast; Early Season Food Sources

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 31:09


During this podcast, we discuss the varied food resources available to whitetail deer during the 2021 hunting season. When we start to look at patterns that deer are on now, we all know that they are subject to changing rapidly during this time of the year. Oftentimes early season hunting scenarios revolve around white oak acorns. However, this year we believe will be very different. During the spring of 2021, a hard frost during the flowering stage of white oaks really set the stage for the fall crop in this region. In addition, the later portion of summer has turned dry, which is not uncommon, but even so, it makes for very delayed plantings of food plots. To say food is rather limited, can be an understatement as our season opens up for bowhunting this week. So to combat these challenges, we are faced with evaluating food sources closely. Early bedding hunts are very difficult and risky, so hunting deer based on food availability is the alternative strategy. But, this takes close examination and it appears alfalfa and soft mast such as persimmon could be a strong player as the season opens up! Land & Legacy is powered by Simple Cast.

Psychic Dolphin Garage
Episode 118: McDonald's flag half-mast for fallen Goatse

Psychic Dolphin Garage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 78:03


Hey folks thanks for listening! After our post-9/11 daze we decided to talk about: -Gitmo Mickey D's at half-mast -Texas GOP site attacked by Anonymous -Biden's student loan plan is a big mess -Zach's not here, let's drunk on crypto El Salvador adopts Bitcoin Gravel Institute releases a video about crypto Financial Times highlights Qualia Redux's video about crypto Stafford Beer "Designing Freedom" -Bill Maher doesn't understand what segregation is -Delta charging unvaccinated workers $200 As always, be sure to check out our other content like GIGO, Dolphins & Garages and Sonic High School. Patreon Redbubble Our Signal Sticker pack vol. 1 All our other links Follow the hosts on Twitter: Artemis Bo Charlie Denis Kelton Zach --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/psychicdolphingarage/message

The John Batchelor Show
1681: "Hollywood Before the Mast" #UNBOUND. A story from the collection, "Gordon Liddy is My Muse," by John Calvin Batchelor. Read by John Batchelor. HFN

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 100:41


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. 1800 A whaling scene of 1763 @Batchelorshow Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow "Hollywood Before the Mast" #UNBOUND. A story from the collection, "Gordon Liddy is My Muse," by John Calvin Batchelor.   Read by John Batchelor. HFN https://www.amazon.com/Gordon-Liddy-Muse-Calvin-Batchelor/dp/0671690787

Scaling UP! H2O
211 The One with Neuroscience Expert, Larry Olsen

Scaling UP! H2O

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 56:11


Hey Scaling UP! Nation, have you ever had a goal, but you got in your own way of achieving what you set out to do? Yikes, I know I've done that from time to time. Wouldn't it be nice to find a way to get out of your own head and make better decisions so your relationships and company could thrive? If you answered “Yes” to either of those questions, then you are going to love today's guest. Let me introduce you to  Larry Olsen, he is an international speaker, author, podcast host, and executive coach. Founder and CEO of Aperneo, a company focused on achievement acceleration. He has years of experience working with Fortune 50 companies, championship teams, and entrepreneurs on establishing their vision and sense of purpose.  Larry is passionate about providing individuals and teams quick, actionable guidance on how to break ingrained, ineffective habits that they did not even know were holding them back, and his best-selling book, Get a Vision and Live It, is helping people learn how to change their attitudes to align with their visions.  Bottom line: Larry knows how to bring out the best in others using neuroscience, and you can too! Your roadside friend, as you travel from client to client.   -Trace    Timestamps:  Why you should be an AWT member [1:00] How podcast sponsorship works [7:45] Introducing our Neuroscience expert and Founder and CEO of Aperneo, Larry Olsen [8:13] How do you help new clients? [12:12] The difference between goals, vision, and perceptions [18:16] Circumstances, habits, attitudes, and corrections [31:02] Listening to others' stories [33:49]  Growing and developing organizations [41:07] “Get a Vision and Live It”, Larry's book [42:06] Lightning Round Questions [46:23] James' Challenge: Measure the conductivity of water entering and leaving a water softener. [51:53]    Quotes: “When you understand how your brain works, all you can say is “WOW!” -Larry Olsen “I can help you identify your obstacles, so you can succeed.”  -Larry Olsen “Let's make what you're doing even more efficient.” -Larry Olsen “We get to choose our beliefs.”  -Larry Olsen “The only person you should never give up on is yourself.” -Larry Olsen “You will never regret listening to others' stories.” -Larry Olsen “I teach people to be motivated by value.” -Larry Olsen “When you take care of your people, your bottom line will exceed your wildest expectations.” -Larry Olsen “My purpose is bringing out the best in others.” -Larry Olsen   Connect with  Larry: success@aperneo.com  Phone: 602-510-3448 Facebook and YouTube: /aperneo.com Instagram: @aperneo Skype: larry@aperneo.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/larry-r-olsen/    Links Mentioned: AWT (Association of Water Technologies) The Rising Tide Mastermind Submit a Show Idea   Events: AWT Annual Convention   September 21-25 Providence, RI Corrosion Technology Week by Nace  October 17 – 20 in Huston, TX  4th Annual Industrial Water Week Oct 4-8th  Business Webinar with Michael Warady - @11am October 29 The Hang Networking Event- @6pm November 11   Books Mentioned: Get a Vision and Live It - by Larry Olsen The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People - by Stephen Covey Start With Why - by Simon Sinek  Psycho-Cybernetics - by Maxwell Maltz    

Tuned to Yesterday
9/9/21 11pm Tuned to Yesterday

Tuned to Yesterday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 52:00


Adventure: Lux Radio Theater “Two Years Before the Mast” 9/22/47 CBS.

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #144 - Frank Brock - Morse Nursery New Trees, Legacy Food Plot Program, Feeding Deer with Trees, Tree Planting Location, Mast Tree 1 Year Guarantee & Land Plans for Orchard/ Mast Planting

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 55:53


Habitat Podcast #144 - Frank Brock is back!  Frank runs Morse Nursery and is back on here to drop knowledge on all things trees! Morse Nursery New Trees, Launch of the Legacy Food Plot Program - Click Here Feeding Deer with Trees vs Food Plots? Tree Planting Location - Be sure to choose wisely, Mast Tree 1 Year Guarantee & Tree Survival Kit Land Plans for Orchard/ Mast Planting, Leave us a great review here:  https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Habitat Podcast Site:  www.habitatpodcast.com Land Plans: LAND PLANS Habitat PODCASTS & GEAR:  http://bit.ly/HABITATGEAR The Squirrel - Nut Planting Device - https://bit.ly/3kdBp9V Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH Killer Food Plots - http://bit.ly/KillerFP  10% and free shipping w/code: HP10% Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX  $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees  10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Realtree Land Pro - Lake States - https://bit.ly/34acwE9 Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast   Email us! info@habitatpodcast.com

Podcasts do Portal Deviante
Fronteiras no Tempo: Historicidade #41 O Clube de Engenharia e as reformas urbanas no Rio de Janeiro

Podcasts do Portal Deviante

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 63:24


O surgimento da engenharia civil no Brasil trouxe consigo a possibilidade de formação de novos profissionais que se propuseram a resolver problemas do país e dar soluções técnicas para uma série de questões como os transportes, as edificações, o saneamento, a higienização dos espaços públicos, e, consequentemente, a reformulação dos espaços urbanos. No entanto, os engenheiros também foram importantes no mundo político, responsáveis por ações civilizatórias e de modernização das cidades. O clube de engenharia foi peça chave nesse processo. Porém,  essas mudanças não levavam em conta grupos sociais diversos e excluídos, muito pelo contrário. Para falar sobre essas questões e como elas impactaram a capital do Império e, posteriormente, da República, recebemos a historiadora Fernanda Barbosa (Museu de Astronomia e Ciências afins - MAST).  Ouça agora o 5º episódio da quarta temporada do Historicidade, o programa de entrevistas do Fronteiras no Tempo: um podcast de história.

The John Batchelor Show
1663: "Hollywood Before the Mast" #UNBOUND. A story from the collection, "Gordon Liddy is My Muse," by John Calvin Batchelor. Read by John Batchelor. HFN

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 100:10


Photo: No known restrictions on publication.1924 Whale catcher delivering whales @Batchelorshow "Hollywood Before the Mast" #UNBOUND. A story from the collection, "Gordon Liddy is My Muse," by John Calvin Batchelor.   Read by John Batchelor. HFN https://www.amazon.com/Gordon-Liddy-Muse-Calvin-Batchelor/dp/0671690787

Special Education Advocacy with Ashley Barlow
Get Trained By the Best – Advocacy Training with Rachel and Jawanda Mast

Special Education Advocacy with Ashley Barlow

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 57:01


Advocate.  A person who publicly supports a cause of policy.  No matter the path we took to get here, we all ended at the same point: Advocate.  Some of us arrived kicking and screaming.  Others knew we'd be advocates from Day One.  Some of us don our advocacy hats begrudgingly still while others decorate them with sequins.  But we're all advocates.  And today we're going to meet two of the best.  I can't wait for you to meet mother- daughter advocacy superstars, Rachel and Jawanda Mast.  In today's episode we talk all things Advocacy and Self-Advocacy.  Whether you're just starting your advocacy engine or you're far down your advocacy path, I know you'll pick up a few pointers in today's episode!     Meet My Guests:  Jawanda and Rachel Mast  Mother and daughter team Jawanda and Rachel Mast are passionate about the meaningful inclusion of individuals with Down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities in all aspects of the community and have presented at many conferences. The two of them worked alongside advocates from across the country for over eight years to pass the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act allowing individuals with disabilities to save money in 529 type accounts without jeopardizing benefits. Because of her work on passing the ABLE Act nationally and in Kansas, Rachel became the first person to open a Kansas ABLE Savings Account.   Rachel Mast, who has Down syndrome, is 22 years old and a graduate of Olathe South High School and works as a hostess at the Olive Garden and wants to someday live in a pink house.  Jawanda Mast is a national grassroots advocacy speaker and consultant. Jawanda is married to Jonathan Mast. Along with Rachel they make their home in Olathe, Kansas.  Jawanda says their work is a #laborofloveandconviction. 

Ponte Chida Mx
Mastúrbate LIKE A PRO

Ponte Chida Mx

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 67:20


Del 1 al 10, ¿qué tanto disfrutas masturbarte? Si tienes menos de 10, esto te interesa: platicamos con la master en placer, la Dra. Fabiola Trejo, que nos contó unos tips para aprender a masturbarnos como todas unas diosas profesionales de nuestro cuerpo y dueñas de nuestro placer. ¡Ponte chida y toma nota!

Homebrew Happy Hour
An interview with Scott Mast from Hang'em High Hops & Chris Vogel from Great Lake Hops – Ep. 243

Homebrew Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 69:22


Happy to have you back, friend! Welcome to another fun-filled jam-packed episode of our Homebrew Happy Hour podcast… the podcast where we answer all of your home brewing questions and discuss anything related to craft beer! A SUBTLE REMINDER: If you appreciate the things we do here at Homebrew Happy Hour, consider joining our Trub Club! […]

Inspection Pro Joe
Episode 36: Kristy Mast "Scaling with Traction"

Inspection Pro Joe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 38:21


In this episode, Kristy Mast of Delaware joins us to talk about scaling, growth with online marketing, and insights she uses from the book Traction! Kristy is the owner of Pro-Spect Inspection Services and she practices what she preaches. Chock-full of actionable information, Kristy and the guys cover a wide range of advice in this one. If you want to learn how to take your business to the next level, check out this episode immediately!

IBC Podcast
Getting to Know Jennifer Mast

IBC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 18:31


In this episode, we sit down with our Academic Dean, Rev. Jennifer Mast and talk to her about her passions, what she does for fun, and what the new academic changes at IBC mean for students.In this episode we mention the Online Apostolic Doctrine Workshop. To learn more, visit go2ibc.com/doctrine.

Green Industry Podcast
Growth Opportunity w/ Melvin Mast From Mast Lawn Care

Green Industry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 27:54


In today's episode Melvin shares how he has grown his lawn and landscaping business over the years and how he is navigating the challenges of this lawn season. GIE+EXPO Registration (Code PAUL saves 50%) GPS Trackit - 844-996-2518 Jason Creel's Resources NiceJob ECHO SiteOne Kohler Power GPS Trackit Gulf Coast Bookkeeping LawntrepreneurAcademy.com The Hardscape Academy GreenIndustryPodcast.com Follow us on YouTube: YouTube: Paul Jamison YouTube: Green Industry Podcast

Ave Maria Radio: Mast Appeal
Mast Appeal - July 24, 2021

Ave Maria Radio: Mast Appeal

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 117:00


Ice Coffee:  the history of human activity in Antarctica
126_Book_reviews_and_interviews_Maori_perspectives_and_ashore_in_the_Kerguelens_and_True_South

Ice Coffee: the history of human activity in Antarctica

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 79:58


A formal book review of "With Scott Before the Mast," an informal review of "Operation Deep Freeze II Gooney Birds," and interviews with Associate Professor Priscilla Wehi, Elodie Camprasse, and Evan Townsend. 

Ave Maria Radio: Mast Appeal
Mast Appeal - July 17, 2021

Ave Maria Radio: Mast Appeal

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 117:00


The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
Jacob Mast, Poplar Grove Head PGA Pro And Votes Of Confidence

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 10:35


Today on The Fast Lane pres. by Autos By Nelson: -Ed and Trey Lyle react to Matty D being out of ride for next year -Chris Coleman of TechSideline.com on Hokies FB -Poplar Grove Golf Club Head PGA Pro Jacob Mast on The Open Championship

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
Dick Mast, Poplar Grove Golf Club Dir. Of Instruction

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 12:07


Today on the Fast Lane pres AutosbyNelson.com: -Ed and Trey Lyle continue to debate what would be bigger for the #Flames 1st overall pick or Heisman Trophy? -PGA Tour Champions golfer Dick Mast on the Open Championship

Chicago's Bravest Stories Podcast
Roll Call With Chief Gary Ludwig, Champaign Il.

Chicago's Bravest Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 63:21


Vince talks to Chief Gary Ludwig from Champaign Il. from MAST pants to the future of the fire service

Starlight Society - Global Music Discovery
#291 - "Raise Up The Mast"

Starlight Society - Global Music Discovery

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 237:05


The heat has finally broken and I felt tonight was a good night to put together a show. Lots of old favorites and new gems in this four hour whopper. Still on the every couple of weeks-ish schedule. Enjoy. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Setlist: "New Era" - Dragon Ash "Looking For Love" - The Chain Gang Of 1974 "Punching In A Dream" - The Naked And Famous "New Cydonia (Alternate Version)" - Starcadian "Don't Get Me Wrong" - The Pretenders "Supposedly, We Were Nightmares" - Mogwai "This Is Rob Swift" - Herbie Hancock "Paradise Garage" - Squarepusher "Tongue Tied" - My Vitriol "(Circle)" - Boredoms "Until the Morning (feat. Natalia Clavier) [Symphonik Version]" - Thievery Corporation "Lushlife" - Bowery Electric "Fort Hood" - Mike Doughty "Shocktime" - Bela Fleck & The Flecktones "The Next Storm" - Frank Turner "Do That" - Cast "Dirty Blvd. (Live)" - Lou Reed "Someday?" - Concrete Blonde "Exile Vilify" - The National "Burn & Shine" - The Posies "The Witness" - Ikebe Shakedown "Old Man" - Black Pumas "Omerta / The Vampire Lanois" - The Afghan Whigs "Heavy For You" - The Heavy "Keep On Swinging" - Rival Sons "Holier Than Thou" - Biffy Clyro "Wherever It Takes Us" - James "I Hear The Ocean (When I Wanna Hear Trains)" - The Wallflowers "Name (Live/Acoustic)" - The Goo Goo Dolls "Do Better" - Stormzy "Set Fire To The Rain" - Adele "Weight Of The World" - The Samples "Big Picture" - London Grammar "Soon" - My Bloody Valentine "Redshift" - Enter Shikari "Dim" - dada "Northern California Girls" - Camper Van Beethoven "Playstar Vista" - Supercar "Halo" - The Cure "You're So Last Summer" - Taking Back Sunday "Forever Lost" - God Is An Astronaut "The Mighty Rio Grande" - This Will Destroy You "The Only Moment We Were Alone" - Explosions In The Sky your moment of Fury "All About Us" - Fury In The Slaughterhouse

逐工一幅天文圖 APOD Taigi
Tī 火星閃爍 ê 雲 ft. 阿錕 (20210605)

逐工一幅天文圖 APOD Taigi

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 2:22


Tī 火星閃爍 ê 雲 https://apod.tw/daily/20210605/ 這是 ùi 火星好奇號探測車 ê Mast kha-mé-lah 翕 ê 相片。Chhāi tī 前景 ê 是 已經風化--去、閣有一重一重 ê Mercou 山。這張影像是 kā 21 張獨立影像鬥做一張 ê,有記錄著 三月 19 tī 火星 ê 日頭落山了後 ê 景色。彼工嘛是 好奇號探索這粒紅色行星 第 2063 工 ê 火星日。Tī 火星 ê 暗頭仔 kah 暝尾,高海拔 ê 雲 猶 tī 面頂 leh 爍-leh 爍-leh。這是反射 已經落-lǒe 當地地平線下跤 ê 太陽光,to̍h 親像是地球 ê 夜光雲 仝款。雖然水冰雲是浮 tī 火星薄薄 ê 大氣層面頂,毋閣這寡 煙雲嘛是 chhāi tī 極端海拔 ê 所在,所以 in ê 成份嘛有可能是 ùi 堅凍 ê 二酸化炭素 kah 乾冰冰晶組成 ê。好奇號 ê Mast kha-mé-lah 嘛翕著多彩 ê 真珠母 雲,煞 替火星 ê 天頂 增加袂少色彩。 ——— 這是 NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day ê 台語文 podcast 原文版:https://apod.nasa.gov/ 台文版:https://apod.tw/ 今仔日 ê 文章: 影像:NASA, JPL-Caltech, MSSS 音樂:PiSCO - 鼎鼎 聲優:阿錕 翻譯:An-Li Tsai (NCU) 原文:https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap210605.html Powered by Firstory Hosting

My Immune System Hates Me!
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome with Mom and Vanessa

My Immune System Hates Me!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 38:37


Chelsey's Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior Group will meet on Thursday, June 15th at 7pm. To join the conversation, visit this event page.Make sure you rate and subscribe to My Immune System Hates Me! and follow @myimmunesystempod on Instagram and Facebook for episode updates. You can also email myimmunesystempod@gmail.com if you'd like to get in touch!***Any information discussed in this podcast is strictly my opinion and those of my guests and are for informational purposes only. We are speaking from our personal experiences and you should always consult with your doctor or medical team.

Mining Stock Education
Doré Copper Hits High-Grade 3%-4% Copper & Expands Corner Bay Deposit with CEO Ernest Mast

Mining Stock Education

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 13:03


Doré Copper Mining's (TSXV: DCMC - OTCQB:DRCMF – FRA:DCM) assets contain some of the highest-grade undeveloped copper and gold deposits in North America. The company's projects are located just 14 km from the town of Chibougamau in mine-friendly Quebec and are one of Canada's premier near-term redevelopment opportunities. Doré Copper is debt-free and owns a 2,700 tpd mill with a 8.0Mt tailings facility. There is already power to site and it is accessible by paved highway and rail. The goal is to produce a profitable hub-and-spoke operation of +100,000 oz/yr AuEq or +60 M lbs CuEq by 2023/2024. Because of the existing infrastructure and location, a low capex is anticipated to recommence production. In this interview, Doré Copper Mining's president and CEO Ernest Mast provides an update on the company's recent drill results from its Corner Bay deposit in which they hit 3% to 4% copper grades and expanded the deposit. Ernest also discusses the recent C$14.6M financing and shares the upcoming catalysts in H2 2021. Drilling Highlights Main Vein below dyke • CB-21-30: 10.45 meters of 2.23% Cu, 0.52 g/t Au and 7.7 g/t Ag, including 4.6 meters of 4.04% Cu, 1.02 g/t Au and 13.7 g/t Ag • CB-21-32W1: 6.8 meters of 3.67% Cu, 0.26 g/t Au and 9.7 g/t Ag – 65 METRES UP-DIP FROM 5.5 meters of 3.46% Cu, 0.25 g/t Au and 8.4 g/t Ag (Hole CB-21-32) • CB-21-34: 3.6 meters of 4.52% Cu, 0.12 g/t Au and 8.1 g/t Ag, including 1.65 meters of 9.75% Cu, 0.24 g/t Au and 14.7 g/t Ag Main Vein above the dyke • CB-21-31: 3.0 meters of 4.09% Cu, 0.37 g/t Au and 10.9 g/t Ag • CB-21-35: 7.3 meters of 1.43% Cu, 0.17 g/t Au and 4.9 g/t Ag, including 3.1 meters of 2.03% Cu, 0.32 g/t Au and 6.6 g/t Ag • CB-21-37: 4.55 meters of 3.02% Cu, 0.42 g/t Au, and 12.9 g/t Ag TSXV: DCMC OTCQB:DRCMF FRA:DCM https://www.dorecopper.com/en/ Most-recent presentation: https://www.dorecopper.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/DCMC-CP_2021-06-11_June-Presentation.pdf Press releases discussed in this interview: https://ceo.ca/@nasdaq/dor-copper-intersects-68-meters-at-367-copper-and https://ceo.ca/@nasdaq/dor-copper-announces-closing-of-c146-million-bought Sign up for our free newsletter and receive interview transcripts, stock profiles and investment ideas: http://eepurl.com/cHxJ39 Doré Copper Mining is a sponsor of Mining Stock Education. Doré Copper Mining's forward-looking statement found in the company's presentation applies to the content of this podcast. The content found on MiningStockEducation.com is for informational purposes only and is not to be considered personal legal or investment advice or a recommendation to buy or sell securities or any other product. It is based on opinions, SEC filings, current events, press releases and interviews but is not infallible. It may contain errors and MiningStockEducation.com offers no inferred or explicit warranty as to the accuracy of the information presented. If personal advice is needed, consult a qualified legal, tax or investment professional. Do not base any investment decision on the information contained on MiningStockEducation.com or our videos. We may hold equity positions in and/or be compensated by some of the companies featured on this site and therefore are biased and hold an obvious conflict of interest. MiningStockEducation.com may provide website addresses or links to websites and we disclaim any responsibility for the content of any such other websites. The information you find on MiningStockEducation.com is to be used at your own risk. By reading MiningStockEducation.com, you agree to hold MiningStockEducation.com, its owner, associates, sponsors, affiliates, and partners harmless and to completely release them from any and all liabilities due to any and all losses, damages, or injuries (financial or otherwise) that may be incurred.

UCLA Housing Voice
Ep 05: Market-Rate Development and Neighborhood Rents with Evan Mast

UCLA Housing Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 46:27


We've known for many years that building more homes helps keep prices in check at the regional or metro area level, but what about the house down the street? When a new apartment building goes up nearby, does the “supply effect” of more homes lower rents, or does the “demand effect” send a signal to nearby property owners and potential residents that causes rents to go up? Evan Mast of the Upjohn Institute joins Mike and Shane to discuss two recent papers he's worked on that help shed light on this important and controversial question.

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
Dick Mast, Poplar Grove Dir. Of Instruction

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 14:36


Today on the Fast Lane pres. by Autos By Nelson: - Ed and Trey Lyle preview the #NBA Finals - Aaron McFarling Sports (Roanoke Times Sports) on his #EURO2020 hot streak and NIL - Poplar Grove Golf Club Dir. Of Instruction Dick Mast on his performance in the PGA Champions Tour

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
Dick Mast, Poplar Grove Golf Club Dir. Of Instruction

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 13:58


Today on the Fast Lane pres. Autos By Nelson - Ed reacts to day one of NIL and if the NCAA really is necessary at this point - Tom Bowles of Frontstretch previews #NASCAR at Road America -Poplar Grove Dir. Of Instruction Dick Mast on qualifying for Senior Tour

BeerSmith Home and Beer Brewing Video Podcast
Great Lakes Hops with Scott Mast and Chris Vogel – BeerSmith Podcast #238

BeerSmith Home and Beer Brewing Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 52:35


Scott Mast and Chris Vogel join me this week to discuss Great Lakes proprietary hops and the resurgence of hop growing in the Midwestern US. You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.

BeerSmith Home and Beer Brewing Podcast
Great Lakes Hops with Scott Mast and Chris Vogel – BeerSmith Podcast #238

BeerSmith Home and Beer Brewing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 52:54


Scott Mast and Chris Vogel join me this week to discuss Great Lakes proprietary hops and the resurgence of hop growing in the Midwestern US. You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane
Jacob Mast, Poplar Grove Head PGA Pro

The Fast Lane with Ed Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 9:51


Jacob Mast, Poplar Grove Head PGA Pro by Ed Lane

The FOX News Rundown
FOX News Rundown Extra: Terrorists "Running Rampant"? The Growing Concerns Over America's Afghan Exit

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 19:24


America's troops continue to withdraw from Afghanistan.  But while the U.S. has been there for nearly two decades, there are concerns we're leaving too soon. The Taliban is reportedly taking over more parts of the country and is expected to seize more once America's exit is scheduled to be complete after September, 11th of this year. Republican Florida Congressman Brian Mast was badly injured as an army staff sergeant in Afghanistan in 2010. He thinks the withdrawal is not being executed properly.   On the FOX News Rundown earlier this week, host Dave Anthony spoke to Rep. Mast about why he objects to President Biden's Afghanistan exit strategy and why he believes terrorists  may soon 'run rampant' around the country.  Rep. Mast also weighed in on the House's recent vote to repeal the 2002 war powers resolution that authorized the use of military force in Iraq. Something he also took issue with.  The conversation was too long and we could not include all of it in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire conversation with veteran and Florida Republican Rep. Brian Mast. He gives more of his take on Afghanistan and Iraq, but he also weighs in on President Biden's recent efforts to combat America's crime surge and more strictly enforce gun laws.

From Washington – FOX News Radio
FOX News Rundown Extra: Terrorists "Running Rampant"? The Growing Concerns Over America's Afghan Exit

From Washington – FOX News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 19:24


America's troops continue to withdraw from Afghanistan.  But while the U.S. has been there for nearly two decades, there are concerns we're leaving too soon. The Taliban is reportedly taking over more parts of the country and is expected to seize more once America's exit is scheduled to be complete after September, 11th of this year. Republican Florida Congressman Brian Mast was badly injured as an army staff sergeant in Afghanistan in 2010. He thinks the withdrawal is not being executed properly.   On the FOX News Rundown earlier this week, host Dave Anthony spoke to Rep. Mast about why he objects to President Biden's Afghanistan exit strategy and why he believes terrorists  may soon 'run rampant' around the country.  Rep. Mast also weighed in on the House's recent vote to repeal the 2002 war powers resolution that authorized the use of military force in Iraq. Something he also took issue with.  The conversation was too long and we could not include all of it in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire conversation with veteran and Florida Republican Rep. Brian Mast. He gives more of his take on Afghanistan and Iraq, but he also weighs in on President Biden's recent efforts to combat America's crime surge and more strictly enforce gun laws.

Spegillinn
Rammaáætlun, Britney Spears, hlutabréfaviðskipti

Spegillinn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021


Spegillinn 24. júní 2021 Umsjónarmaður: Bergljót Baldursdóttir Aukin þátttaka almennings í hlutabréfaviðskiptum er ein helsta ástæða óvenjulegar mikillar veltu á árinu. Þetta segir Magnús Harðarsson, forstjóri Kauphallarinnar. Hann býst við að viðskipti með hlutabréf í Íslandsbanka verði áfram lífleg. Yfir tuttugu þúsund kórónuveirusmit voru greind í Rússlandi síðastliðinn sólarhring. Matvælastofnun, MAST, veitti í vikunni fjórum fyrirtækjum og félögum rekstrarleyfi til fiskeldis. Formaður Geðhjálpar segir að framburður söngkonunnar Britney Spears, sem nú freistar þess að fá sjálfræðissviptingu sinni hnekkt, veki uppp áleitnar spurningar sem einnig eigi við hér á landi. Rætt við Héðinn Unnsteinsson, formann Geðhjálpar Framkvæmdastjóri hjá Orkuveitu Reykjavíkur segir að grípa verði í taumana vegna þess hve mjög hefur dregist að afgreiða þriðja áfanga rammaáætlunar. Seinagangurinn sé byrjaður að standa starfseminni fyrir þrifum. Arnar Páll Hauksson, ræðir við Hildigunni Thorsteinsson, framkvæmdastjóra hjá Orkuveitu Reykjavíkur Það að rammaáæltun hefur ekki verið afgreidd frá Alþingi hefur ekki með vinnu við rammaáætlun að gera. Þetta segir Þóru Ellen Þórhallsdóttur prófessor sem starfað hefur við rammaáætlun þau 20 ár sem unnið hefur verið við hana. Bergljót Baldursdóttir ræðir við Þóru Ellen

Badass Digital Nomads
From Corporate Lawyer to Full-Time Nomad With Kevin Martin of 30 and a Wake Up

Badass Digital Nomads

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 80:11


Kevin Martin is a full-time traveler and creator of the popular YouTube channel, 30 And A Wake Up, about how to prepare to live your best #vanlife. After serving in the military for 20 years and becoming burnt out from a hectic career in corporate law, Kevin finally found freedom in being a digital nomad - inspired through watching Kristin's YouTube videos back in 2018! In this episode, Kristin and Kevin talk about the challenges and benefits of leaving a secure, high-paying career to pursue a life of adventure and freedom as a digital nomad.  Kevin shares stories from his life in the military and his transition from corporate life to van life during the covid-19 pandemic. He shares his best tips and advice for living in a van, investing money into passive income streams, and making friends and being social while traveling the world solo.  Do you believe life can be better with a smaller paycheck and a tiny home on wheels? Tune in to hear Kevin's candid thoughts on digital nomadism and why he decided to sell his van and move to Thailand via Hawaii!  EPISODE 113 TOPICS DISCUSSED: Why Kevin will never sell his time for money again. Kevin's experience coming of age in Hawaii and port hopping around the Mediterranean.  Advice for people in high stakes jobs that feel like they can't leave. How Kevin retired early and how he makes a passive income. Tips for living in a van and combating loneliness as a traveler. Pros and cons of living in a tiny home & a typical day in the life living in a camper van. Why Kevin sold his van, immigrated to Thailand on a long-term visa, and moved back to Hawaii. Kevin's top travel tips, van life resources, books, and travel gear.  QUESTIONS ANSWERED: Why did you decide to join the military at 19?  How did you end up living on an island in Italy?  Why do you love cruises for productivity, relaxation, and saving money?  Having lived in Hawaii for so long, which island is your favorite? Why did you pivot to law school after leaving the military? How did you start investing and making passive income? How did you walk away from a six-figure salary to pursue full-time travel? Where did you travel in your van during the covid-19 pandemic? What are the essential parts of a camper van set up? Are you totally fulfilled living alone in a van? How do you connect with people while on the road? What are the best destinations for working remotely and for relaxing? And much more! RESOURCES Join Kristin's Monthly YouTube Live Stream! (Last Sunday of each month) Featured Product: Remote Health Insurance - International health insurance for expats, digital nomads, and remote workers (including US and Canadian citizens). Get 5% off your first year of Remote Health! Activate discount on checkout page.  SafetyWing Emergency Travel Medical Insurance Books: Vagabonding by Rolf Potts The Dharma Bums by Jack Kerouac How to Break Up with Your Phone by Catherine Price The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey On the Road by Jack Kerouac Two Years Before the Mast by Dana Henry Travel Gear & Tech Gear: GoPro Unbound Merino Osprey 30 L Backpack Nomatic 20-30L Backpack Nomatic Store ZOOM Microphones RODE Microphones Videos: Watch the video version of this interview (Coming Soon) Bulgaria Cost of Living Bansko for Digital Nomads Living Abroad in Bangkok, Thailand with Erick Prince of Minority Nomad Full-Time Travel: Living Abroad Like a Local (Minority Nomad Part 2) Life begins at 40: the biological and cultural roots of the midlife crisis SOLO TRAVEL Van Life

Eat for Life
EP 29: Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance with Beth O'Hara, FND

Eat for Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 52:41


Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) and histamine intolerance have been buzzwords for quite some time now, but these conditions are still highly misunderstood and impact 1 in 10 people. That's up to 17% of the general population! Mast cells are our immune system's first responders, sensing and communicating back to the brain about incoming pathogens, toxins, injuries, and other stressors. When these amazingly complex cells are overtaxed and dysregulated, they will respond to anything as a threat, creating inflammation and a buildup of immune mediators like histamine and cytokines that create a wide range of symptoms from hives and itchy eyes to gastrointestinal distress, migraines, fatigue, musculoskeletal pain, and others. Today's special guest has been personally impacted by these conditions and is an amazing testament to the power of a functional and holistic approach to healing. Beth O'Hara is a Functional Naturopath specializing in complex chronic immune conditions related to MCAS and Histamine Intolerance. She is the founder and owner of Mast Cell 360 Functional Naturopathy, where she looks at all factors surrounding health conditions: genetic, epigenetic, biochemical, physiological, environmental, and emotional. She holds a doctorate in Functional Naturopathy, a master's degree in marriage and family therapy, and a bachelor's degree in physiological ecology. She is certified in functional genomic analysis and is a research advisor for the Nutrigenetic Research Institute. She designed Mast Cell 360 to be the kind of practice she wished had existed when she was severely ill with MCAS, histamine intolerance, neuroinflammation, Lyme disease, mold toxicity, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue. Her mission today is to be a guiding light for others with MCAS, histamine intolerance, and these related conditions in their healing journeys through her Mast Cell 360 Root Cause process. Listen to the full episode to hear: The role mast cells play in a healthy immune system, and what happens when they never get a break from environmental toxins and psychosocial stress The difference between Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance Why the standard diagnostic criteria and testing leave out a large number of MCAS sufferers Root causes and triggers for MCAS, including GI inflammation and mold, and how modern technology influences them Steps to take now if you suspect you may be struggling with MCAS or Histamine Intolerance Learn more about Beth O'Hara, FND: MastCell360.com Facebook: @MastCell360 Learn more about Sami: Eatfor.life Book Your Complimentary Consultation Eat For Life cookbooks for each unique biotype Resources: Low and High Histamine Foods MCAS Symptom Survey  

Entreprendre dans la mode
Adrien interviewé par les élèves de l'Institut Français de la Mode — Les carnets de bords de RÉUNI et Entreprendre Dans La Mode

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 105:49


À l'occasion d'un cycle de conférences organisé par les étudiants du Mastère Management de la Mode et du Luxe à l'Institut Français de la Mode, on inverse les rôles ! Je laisse le micro à Yéléna et Alice, toutes deux étudiantes à l'IFM pour parler des stratégies du média Entreprendre Dans La Mode et de ma marque Réuni. Je partage avec elles mon parcours entrepreneurial, depuis les premiers pas du lancement de marque au développement du média. Ces projets sont différents dans la forme mais pourtant ils sont complémentaires dans le fond : stratégies d'acquisition, modèle économique, internationalisation, optimisation de ses activités d'entrepreneur… presque tout y passe. Spoiler alert : un élément clé pour la suite de Entreprendre Dans La Mode est mentionné dans cet épisode… Bonne écoute ! « N'attendez pas la validation de qui que ce soit, faites les choses. J'ai attendu 30 ans pour comprendre ça. » Ce que vous allez apprendre dans cet épisode : Le programme de l'IFMComment fédérer une communautéLes avantages et les inconvénients du business model de RéuniS'engager en tant que jeune marqueLes difficultés pour monter le projet RéuniConvaincre ses fournisseurs sur le modèle de précommandeDe futures collaborations entre Réuni et des artistes ?La structure interne de RéuniEntreprendre en FranceLes prochains projets de Réuni La genèse de Entreprendre Dans La ModeLe choix des invitésLes interviews marquantesLes invités de rêveLes personnalités qui ont inspiré le projet RéuniInternationaliser le podcast ?Gérer le média et la marqueLa nouvelle étape du podcastLe modèle du crowdfundingLes success stories de ces dernières annéesAllier création, business et techChoisir son parcours scolaire Les conseils de la fin « On est dans une industrie où il y a beaucoup de concurrence. Si les clients sont déçus une fois, ils ne reviendront plus. » « Quand on a mûri le projet de Réuni, c'était une évidence : il fallait créer une marque qui aille au-delà de la mode et qui ait un impact positif sur le monde. » « La réussite se fait parce que tu as un mental d'acier, que tu es un gros bosseur et que tu ne lâches rien. » N'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la newsletter de Entreprendre Dans La Mode, les industries créatives et l'art de vivre sur www.entreprendredanslamode.com Aussi, si vous souhaitez me contacter ou me suggérer de nouveaux invités, vous pouvez le faire sur Instagram sous le pseudonyme @entreprendredanslamode Enfin, le plus important : laissez-moi un avis sur Apple Podcast ou iTunes, 5 étoiles de préférence ; cela m'aide à faire connaître le podcast à plus de monde et me motive à faire de meilleures interviews ! Merci de soutenir ce podcast et à bientôt pour un nouvel épisode ! Références: Le master à l'IFM : https://www.ifmparis.fr/fr/programmes/diplomant-certifiant-qualifiant/mastere-specialise-management-de-la-mode-du-luxe Réuni : https://reuni.co @reuni.co : https://instagram.com/reuni.co

Modern Persian Food
Persian Cucumbers

Modern Persian Food

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 16:52


In Episode #33, co-hosts Bita and Beata have a fun conversation describing what Persian cucumbers are and how they are enjoyed in Persian culture and cuisine.   What sets Persian cucumbers apart from other standard, larger cucumbers? Smaller size - approximately 5 inches long Smoother skin or peel Smaller seeds and less watery Milder flavor   How they are used in Persian culture and cuisine Always raw To snack on with salt As part of a large fruit platter In appetizer or side dish recipes   Recipes that call for Persian cucumbers Salad Shirazi - simple salad of finely chopped tomatoes, cucumbers, and onions, tossed in olive oil and lemon juice (and seasoned with salt and pepper) Mast o Khiar  Simple version - yogurt, cucumbers and dried mint (or dill) Fancier version - yogurt, cucumbers, dried mint, walnuts, raisins/cranberries, and sometimes garnished with dried culinary rose petals Other cultures with similar yogurt and cucumbers dishes:  Greek tzatziki (usually has dried dill and a thicker, full fat yogurt);  Indian riata which is more watery and liquidy than the Persian version   Other fun uses for cucumbers! Save the peels for a natural facial Cut into slices for a cooling eye mask   Ask the Beats! This week’s question comes from Reddit where one of our listeners asks, “how to make bangin’ Persian food for young professionals that don’t live with their families/ how to meal prep to cook Persian food” Batch cook on the weekend Pre-cook stewed meats, chicken, other meats to be repurposed into other dishes Wash and trim vegetables and herbs, store layered in paper towels to absorb the moisture and help stay fresh Batch cook the fried onions (in Farsi “piyaz dagh”) to be used through the week in recipes Cook Persian soups and Persian stews (in Farsi “khoresh”) enough for the week   Resource links and recipes from this episode:   Bita’s recipes: Salad Shirazi | Persian Cucumber and Tomato Salad Persian Cucumber Yogurt Dip Mast o Khiar   Beata’s recipes: Beata’s recipe for Persian Salads: Maast-o-Khiar with Shallot and Salad Shirazi   The Modern Persian Food podcast is available for free on all podcast downloading sites or at: ModernPersianFood.com Podcast production by Alvarez Audio

Tom Shattuck's Burn Barrel
Sexual Encounters, Ufos, And Vax Ed Or Mast EP 256

Tom Shattuck's Burn Barrel

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 41:28


Elected psychos are still addicted to mask mandates and Bill Gates is exposed as nerd -dog. Hey, nerd dog, get away from my chick Hey, nerd dog, you better get away quick Nerd dog you better find a chicken little of your own Also, aliens are coming to kill us all. Find us at www.burnbarrelpodcast.com Email us: burnbarrelpodcast@gmail.com Follow on Parler: @burnbarrelpodcast On Gab: @burnbarrelpodcast Facebook: facebook.com/burnbarrelpodcast And Twitter: @burnbarrelpod Follow Tom on Twitter: @tomshattuck You can follow Alice too: @aliceshattuck More Tom stuff at www.tomshattuck.com Tom's "Insta" as the zoomers say: www.instagram.com/tomwshattuck/ The opening theme music is called Divine Intervention by Matthew Sweet. The closing theme music to this podcast C'est La Vie by Derek Clegg. Excelsior