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Zu breit für Sessel
#70 „Es geht um die Wurst“

Zu breit für Sessel

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 58:25


Der Titel spricht für sich. Wir haben es doch tatsächlich geschafft, endlich mal eines unserer unzähligen vorhaben in die Tat umzusetzen und haben die beiden vermeintlich besten Currywürste der Welt mit allem Drumherum genauestens unter die Lupe genommen. Und auch für die Veggies unter euch ist feinstes Infomaterial dabei, denn es wurden ebenso die fleischlosen Varianten getestet. Ganz nebenbei gibt es natürlich noch ein wenig verschwitzten Altherrentalkohrenkaviar für euch. Also rauf mit euch auf den Güterzug der guten Laune und Currywurst!

Vom Feld ins Regal
Folge 66 – Vom Feld auf den Grill – unser Fleischkonsum

Vom Feld ins Regal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 29:04


Am Wochenende wird wieder gegrillt. Überall in Deutschland werden Salate zubereitet und die Getränke kaltgestellt. Aber was landet auf dem Grillrost? Wurst, Steak, Grillkäse oder vegetarische Ersatzprodukte? Lara und Thilo haben für euch nachgeschaut, wie es um den Fleischkonsum der Deutschen bestellt ist und dabei auch einen Blick in die Zukunft gewagt. Werden wir wirklich in einigen Jahren kaum noch Fleisch essen und sogar zu Veganern? Martin Parlasca forscht dazu an der Uni Bonn und hat in dieser Folge erstaunliche Fakten parat. Eins ist klar: Der Fleischkonsum in Deutschland ist nicht von schlechten Eltern. Beziehungsweise – doch er hat auch was mit den Eltern zu tun. Die Jugend scheint immer mehr zu Veggies zu mutieren. In einigen afrikanischen Ländern dagegen ist Fleisch oft auch ein Statussymbol oder eine Nahrungsquelle, auf die man derzeit gar nicht verzichten könnte. Dem Klima ist all das egal: Der ökologische Fußabdruck ist riesig. Welche Tipps habt ihr für einen vegetarischen Grill-Abend? Schreibt uns bei Instagram @ichwillfair. Die Studie der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung gibt's hier zum Nachlesen. Schönes Wochenende!

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
He's a 10, But...

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 37:11


Hour 4 of Thursday's A&G: Disgusting Purebred behavior, Veggie hot dogs, Leaving California in droves, and potentially the best comedy of all time?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The BBQ Central Show
Grilled Veggies, Italian Getaways & Oklahoma Joe Pellet Grill Cookers!

The BBQ Central Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 60:01


(June 21, 2022 - Hour One) 9:14pm - Last month we missed our monthly visit from BBQ & Grilling icon, Steven Raichlen because he was in France and, well, the time zone difference didn't make for a good match (3am in France). However, this month Steven is back and he is ready to talk about everything he has been up to since our last visit in April. There is the trip, the most recent BBQ University from a few weeks back and plenty of other stuff as well! 9:35pm - After Steven, I will be joined by the Product Manager from Oklahoma Joe's Smokers and Grills, Zach Miron. This is Zach's first time on the show and tonight we will breakdown the Rider DLX pellet cooker version 1 and then hear about what they did to make it a better cooker in its current version 2 format. If you are in the market for a pellet cooker you will want to check this out! BBQ Central Show Sponsors! Oklahoma Joe's Smokers & Grills The BBQ Guru Big Poppa Smokers Green Mountain Grills Primo Grills Yoder Smokers David Leans / DoWellness - GET FIT for $200/month) Cookin Pellets Fireboard Smithfield Pit Barrel Cooker The Butcher Shoppe - Save 10% When You Mention "The BBQ Central Show" Vortic Watch Company

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast
Ep 121: Scott Schara, Father Shares Daughter's Death And Suspicious Protocols In Hospital

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 60:40


Episode 121 - I have had many medical professionals on the show speaking out against the current hospital protocols because they are not working and even worse people are dying from them. In this episode I interviewed Scott Schara, the father of Grace Schara, who was a 19 year old girl with Down's Syndrome. Grace went into the hospital for treatment and ended up dying there. Scott was tipped off by some of the nurses working at the hospital that his daughter should not have died which led him to investing over 600 hours researching the hospital protocol that was administered to his daughter. What he found is shocking and since that discovery Scott started a non profit to educate others especially parents on what's really going on inside the hospitals these days and what you can do to protect yourself and your family. Thanks again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. To contact Scott Schara go to: https://ouramazinggrace.net/home Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit : Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” save 15% CLICK HERE Non Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE  EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Produce Industry Podcast w/ Patrick Kelly
TOP 5 Fastest Growing VEGGIES on the MENU w/ Mike Kostyo of Datassential - EP201

The Produce Industry Podcast w/ Patrick Kelly

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 47:57


In this episode of The Produce Industry Podcast w/ Patrick Kelly we talk with Trendologist Mike Kostyo of Datassential. Mike and Patrick are bringing you Epsiode 2 in this series talking about the organization as well as some of the old and new restaurant trends! Also did you know the Top 5 Growing Veggies today? We are going to count it backwards as we go through these top 5 Fruits. Top Five Fastest-Growing Veggies on Menus from Microgreens, pickled onions, and broccolini - COME JOINS AS WE COUNT DOWN THE TOP 5!!! FANCY SPONSORS: Ag Tools, Inc.: https://www.agtechtools.com, Flavor Wave, LLC.: https://flavorwavefresh.com, Noble Citrus: https://noblecitrus.com, Buck Naked Onions/Owyhee Produce, Inc.: http://www.owyheeproduce.com and John Greene Logistics Company: https://www.jglc.com CHOICE SPONSORS: Indianapolis Fruit Company: https://indyfruit.com, Equifruit: https://equifruit.com Arctic® Apples: https://arcticapples.com Sev-Rend Corporation: https://www.sev-rend.com and Golden Star Citrus, Inc.: http://www.goldenstarcitrus.com STANDARD SPONSORS: London Fruit Inc. https://londonfruit.com, Fresh Cravings: https://www.freshcravings.com/ and Freshway Produce: https://www.freshwayusa.com

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu

On episode 462, we review the highlights of their favorite foods from this huge Geek Meet Disney World trip. This Geek Meet Disney World Roundtable features Samantha Kuhn, Rebecca Rudin, Scott Daves, Karen Daves, Toni-Anne Zarcone, Daniel Ginger, Jen Moynihan Wynn, Andy Hoffman, Bubba Mack, Amanda Lamb and Selena Roell. Guest hosts – Wendy Fox and Auntie Judy Food and Restaurants mentioned include Jaleo, Skipper Canteen, Decadent Corn on the Cob, Boma breakfast, Nomad Lounge, Steakhouse 71, Jiko, Le Cellier, Yak & Yeti, Polite Pig, Brown Derby, San Angel Inn, Food booths, Veggie lobster roll, Gideon's cookies, Spice Road Table. Reach Momma and Auntie Judy for trip planning – TravelinTiaras@gmail.com Contribute to the show at www.patreon.com/geekinonwdw Show tshirts available at our Teepublic store Email me at curt.stone@GeekinOnWDW.com

Kitchen Meditations
Veggie Takes Preview

Kitchen Meditations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 19:03


Have you been missing Kitchen Meditations? Don't worry—it will be back in September. Until then, join Kendall Vanderslice for another fun summer project: VeggieTakes, the VeggieTales rewatch podcast. Listen to this preview of our first episode, then head on over to VeggieTakes and subscribe today!

The Post Podcast
Fresh veggies day an opportunity to explore new foods

The Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 25:16


On this episode of the Post Podcast, Fort Hays State University's Glen McNeil shares information about fresh veggies on National Fresh Veggie Day.   Transcript: EDITORS NOTE: Transcripts are provided by an automated service and are not verified for accuracy.   James Bell  Fresh veggies day is an opportunity to explore fresh veggies for naysay universities. Glenn McNeil joins us to talk a little bit about that. And more on this episode of the Post Podcast.   Glen McNeil  June 16. Every year is also national fresh batch.   James Bell  That's probably a little healthier than well,   Glen McNeil  very few people know that. Oh, because the first thing if you type in what is June 16, it comes up as national budget. Yeah, you know, nobody really looks any further.   James Bell  Exactly. I got my excuse for the day. I'm gonna go eat some fudge and celebrate today.   Glen McNeil  There's there's a few other things too. I'm not. Sometimes you so okay, I'm not a big fan. Butterscotch fudge. I like marshmallow fudge.   James Bell  I like yeah, the creamy.   Glen McNeil  Yeah, I don't really like nuts. A lot of people like nuts and fudge. And I do like to take fudge and take an old cheese shredder. Shredded real fine. Put it on ice cream, and put marshmallow cream on top of the ice cream. So yes, I do eat fudge. Okay, not a lot. I eat more fresh vegetables than I do fudge.   James Bell  And that's what everybody should do. Yeah, more vegetables than more than more vegetables than fudge   Glen McNeil  but nothing wrong with you know, eating some foods as we've always talking here. Moderation and all things you know, include a little bit of everything you like in your diet, in essence, what you eat, but at the same time, focus a little more on the more healthful items like vegetables and being national fresh vegetables. You know, that's the kicker in this is that encourage people to eat fresh vegetables. We have frozen, which are excellent quality, we have canned, which are very good quality. Okay, we have dehydrated vegetables these days, which are they fit well in soups and things like that, that you want to make that have a lot of liquid, but it's still pretty hard to beat the taste, the texture, the mouthfeel of fresh vegetables, you know, so So that's, that's a big one. When we look at it. There's four, there's lots of vegetables. I mean, the list, depending upon how you categorize things is huge. But there's four major types. When we look at vegetables, we've got root vegetables, okay, and root vegetable would be what's the root vegetable, always think of potatoes. Okay, potatoes is an example of a root vegetable, because what you're actually eating is part of the root. In most cases, you're eating the starch, which is the sugar the plant has stored for continued growth. So that's in so when it comes up the next year, it will come up so that root vegetables is basically it's the underground part of the plant that we consume. Okay, and many of them are I mean carrots is a standby that vegetable, beets if you if you like beets turnips,   James Bell  I was I went to the farmers market the other day and talking with a couple of vendors, I know there and they had some beats. And I don't know that I've ever had them. They but they pushed him on me and said you got to take these home and try him because if you if the only thing you've ever experienced, it's like pickled beets, you might not be a fan, but there's so many other things you can do with them. Yes.   Glen McNeil  Sweet beets. Excellent. Make in terms of pickled beets is not not that difficult to do. So you know, that's, that's what you you get with those onions fit into root vegetables you know, of course and so, so we get that root vegetables are okay, since they're a vegetable they are plant product. They do contain they're primarily starch, but they do contain a small amount of protein. But what's big today is red vegetables contain no gluten. So you'll see root vegetables advertised as a part of a healthy free gluten diet. Well, they never did contain gluten, they don't contain. So that's that's really not not a big deal. Red vegetables, overall good sources of vitamin A. Many of them are good sources of vitamin C. Of course, they're they're great sources of fiber, which can benefit all of us and many of them have high potassium value, which is good for the heart, okay and circulation and I mean muscle contraction, another group of things, okay. Then then we have what we call the cruciferous vegetables. Most people know the cruciferous vegetables as gas formers. Because when you eat a surface festivals, your body tends to produce a lot of gas. Okay, they're, they're a rather large groups are the diverse, most of most people think of broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, okay, when they think of the cruciferous vegetables, which you've got kale, you've got bok choy, which both kale and bok choy can easily be purchased in grocery stores these days. And they're kales like a leafy product. But bok choy is a type of cabbage that is not quite as, say bitter as regular cabbages and it's more in the shape of celery than what we consider to be head of cabbage. It's really easy to work with brussel sprouts. Good Good what not too many people around here eat but when we lived in in Kentucky and when my son lived in Louisiana collards were big and you hear used to hear collard greens well, okay, they're also greens and they're also cruciferous vegetables. It's a it's a bitter type of leaf that you cook kind of long lines of spinach. Okay, and in terms that depends on what you do with it, watercress, things like that, and I did bring you since it is fresh vegetable today. I did bring you a cruciferous vegetable out of my garden. Okay, I'm not much of a garden out of my garden that I have been. We have been eating ready. And just to show you that it is oh wow festival. I picked it right before we came and I washed it   James Bell  was washed so I can eat this wash. This is a good looking.   Glen McNeil  It is a what   James Bell  is it? Well, I think it's a radish, sir. Okay, it's already circular. To judge your radish. It   Glen McNeil  always depends on it depends on how you plan them and when you pick up Yeah, as to how they grow.   James Bell  Yeah, I've never had a fresh garden radish. I love radishes. I'm gonna try it. I'm gonna bite into our air.   Glen McNeil  Now, everybody listening Did you hear that crunch when he brought it into it? Okay, that vegetables should be what we call crisp tender. They should have a Christmas and a crunch time. Now what do you think of my radish? That is a spicy radish. Yes it is. I like that. That's the good part about the variety that that I planted in. Anybody can go radishes I have a tub that is two feet by four feet. And I filled it with garden soil and I put roses in it and I've watered and I grow radishes in my little tub. As I go through and I pick out a row I just dropped more seeds in and then I pick out a row so I didn't have to fill up a whole bunch of the garden I got it in a spot that's full sun can water you know the watering can easy to groove so growing many root vegetables is not a difficult process. You simply have to have something deep enough that allows the root to to develop good carrots grown in my in my radish garden could only be about maybe two inches deeper than that. But yeah, so radishes are now these cruciferous vegetables are lots of different colors so they add variety to your diet in color. Okay, as you look at that thing and so many some of the root vegetables do this to cruciferous vegetables, good sources of both vitamins and minerals, especially one great mineral is white is folate, okay, which is good for ourselves is as we age, especially good for developing fetal cells, regeneration of cells, folate or folic acid. So the cruciferous vegetables are high in that there also many of them are good sources of vitamin K. Okay, which is the vitamin, you know, Vitamin K does a lot of different things in the body. The biggest thing that most people know is that it helps with blood clotting. Okay, so you know, we have that particular process. They've got vitamin C in them, they've got some vitamin A in them. They're also the group that's biggest in what we call the phytonutrients. And we've talked about phytonutrients and phytochemicals here before and these are, these are not nutrients like vitamins and minerals. They're chemical compounds. They're plant compounds that our body uses for its benefit. They give us some anti carcinogenic properties, they, they help deal with antioxidant, they help ourselves recover. So they're used in metabolism, but they're not vitamins and minerals. So it's kind of a different type of thing that we do. Many of the cruciferous vegetables can help lower inflammation. Okay, so you know, we find that and again, again, they're rich in fiber. Okay, so as you eat both root and cruciferous vegetables, they can help you feel fuller, consume less food overall. Right? And they have some natural sugars in them, but not not a lot. That is cruciferous vegetables are often called gasp producing vegetables. And what causes that and people and especially when you look at broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower. All the time. I can't eat that good. Yes, me. Yes. Okay, well, that comes from a sugar, right? And it's a sugar called raffinose. Right? It is a sugar that not very sweet. We would really use it for anything else. But it's, it's part of the carbohydrate structure in the plant. Right the plant uses it stores it uses it for growth, we do not have the ability to convert raffinose and use it for energy by our body like we can sucrose or or table sugar or glucose, blood sugar, we can't do that. So what happens is the raffinose stage in your gut, right? And it goes pretty much kind of through the stomach, a little bit of activity in the stomach passes through the small intestine bacteria starts to operate on it gets into the large intestine. And what the bacteria in the large intestine does is it breaks everything else down and we get the last nutrients. Well this bacteria in this nice warm, moist environment feeds on raffinose and produces large amounts of gas Yes. So you have gas and you'll feel bloated. Now, most of the time, gas from these types of products is non odorous. Okay? And it's very difficult to control the release of the gas because it's like, Okay, here's a small pocket of raffinose going through the intestinal going through the large intestine. And this bacteria sees it jumps all over it, breaks it down and produces gas very quickly. Okay, so you feel bloated, and you got to release it. So I can't use to say, Grandma toots. My mother consumed a very high fiber diet, just health wise and Yes, Grandma, you know, achieve always left. So, you know, we find out and we see that so, you know, we read vegetables, cruciferous vegetables, then we have a big category called greens. Right? And greens are   James Bell  everything else. Well, that's what like lettuce and I   Glen McNeil  put they're called greens because they're, well, green primary. Yes, yeah. We're primarily grant make sense. Okay. So in in a way, you could say that radish has greens on cook those radish tops, we really wouldn't want to they're kind of bitter. You know, so we want to do that. But, you know, when we look at greens, it's, it's collard greens, which are also part of cruciferous for root vegetables. It's just eating the different parts of the vegetable. Okay, and that's where the Greens come from kale, mustard greens, chard, bok choy that the Chinese cabbage fits in that too. So because you eat different parts of it. Okay, so when you eat the top, you're eating the greens, when you eat the bottom, you're eating the right. And you can't do that with all vegetables. Okay, you can do that with some but you can't do that with all this. Okay, there's another product out that's been out round for years generations known as rocket and it's actually argument. Okay, and it is it's a leaf off of a product or a plant that how do I say this? It's got a mustard. If you ever mix mustard and pepper together and toss in a little tiny bit of white vinegar, it's kind of what it tastes like. So it's sweetened bitter at the same time. It's used as a topping for salads. We don't most people don't buy much of it. You probably have to go ask for it here and I don't know whether anybody would have okay from from that. And then you're good right now. Got in your yard field over there and pick some dandelion greens. I have   James Bell  a friend he swears by dandelions he loves He says they're great for the soil. They're great for you. You can eat it all and he doesn't eat a lot of them I don't think anyway but but he loves growing them he will plant his yard with dandelions.   Glen McNeil  You can harvest dandelion greens and that's fine you just got to be make sure if you're gonna go somewhere and pick him that nobody sprayed anything Yeah. Okay, so yeah, red vegetables cruciferous vegetables and greens. Okay, then we have the last and there are other categories these are the four major categories I like that it's a group called Nightshade. Okay and people have heard of nightshade vegetables and the most famous of all the nightshade vegetables and not even a vegetable Oh yeah. The most famous of all nightshade vegetables is not even a vegetable in in many and not I want to say Mideast What do you call it mid times you know back in the old days of castles and kings and fives. Okay, these were thought to be poisonous. They're red and color.   James Bell  Radishes No I'm just kidding this tomatoes I know this one.   Glen McNeil  But you know what? Tomato tomato is a fruit.   James Bell  Okay, because the seeds are on the inside right since grow it   Glen McNeil  comes from blossom. And it's different on how it comes from the blossom. Okay, it goes behind and the seeds the the meat of the product surrounds the seed. When that happens we actually have a fruit okay, that fits in that category. So we have fruits and vegetables that fit into the nightshade group. Okay, and the nightshade group has its its name because many of them are very flavorful. Okay and whatever they are, and they are products that tend to grow better overnight that they do during the day. So the name nightshade came around came around what because they thought there was some sort of an holy thing going on with this plant where it would grow overnight but would grow during the day like all the rest of the plants are growing right so became a Nightshade. That's, I mean, that's folklore. sure that when they do grow better at night, if you ever watch your check your tomatoes or anything, you get up in the morning and there's blossoms all over, you know or something like that. These products grow better as temperature cools down, and then they reserve their moisture for the day. Now nightshade vegetables eggplants an example of a nightshade vegetable potatoes are actually an example but it fits in many other categories. Probably the most recognized one today are peppers all the different varieties of peppers fit within the nightshade vegetables. Now there's also one that most people don't think about and that's tobacco. Okay, but oh yeah, we don't eat tobacco you can try   James Bell  I'm curious now what tobacco actually tastes like if you're eat some well it's   Glen McNeil  it's not a fruit. It's not a vegetable. It's a nightshade plant. It grows better through the night. Okay, so but it fits I always thought that was interesting. I don't eat okay for that. Now the other thing about nightshade plants is that they contain most of the nightshade plants contain some form of what we call an alkaloid. Okay, and out alkaloid? How do I want to put this? There are chemicals similar to proteins but a little different? Okay, and they're high in nitrogen. Okay, well, that's the nitrogen composition. With everything else that's in this alkaloid that has an effect upon the human body. Okay. And, and what we find is they're kind of medicinal, we can make a lot of medicinal things out of Morphe is made from a nightshade alkaloid. As an example of what we fit in there. Quinine is another product that fits into that. So we, you know, we see this and so as this goes on, we find that some of these alkaloids also fit into the phytonutrients category, where they can give us some protective aspects against cancers. So it's, I mean, it's good for us and in terms of that, but it can also be bad for us. If you get too much they can cause headaches. They can cause bitter taste in foods and cause gastric upset, nausea, diarrhea, and in most cases, you can identify when a a dark colored plant gets this potatoes are famous for this. You pick up a potato and it's got green circle or green spots all over people who say Well, that's sunburn tomato. Oh, yeah, it's kind of a suppose. But what that is, is that contains because of the chemical interactions that have occurred, that contains an alcohol alkaloid called solid, the green part of the tomato, that's what can make you sick. Okay, so if you ate lots of green potatoes, now, you could peel that part of the skin into potato, lay and cut it away and use the rest of the potato and that's fine. Now, you're not going to get this from eating one or two green potatoes, okay, you'd have to eat quite a bit or you'd have to eat quite a bit of a of a vegetable that's showing this process. So those are our four main categories that we look at when we buy when we fix vegetables and so for this, okay, and I brought you a fresh vegetable from my garden. Okay to show you how much I appreciate you and also when I appreciate you so well thank you but I wanted somebody else to teach you one of my hot radishes. Yeah, it's good. So first first step in using fresh vegetables. Make sure once you buy or pick are not bruised or damaged. Look them over carefully. Now it always drives me nuts when you go in and people are feeling all the with all the different vegetables and everything but you know you don't want things that have soft spots in them and they should be firm all the way round. This color slices that type of thing. Don't buy him if they're bruised or damaged. Second thing is clean. Wash your hands with soap and water. Then wash your vegetables right your vegetables off with water. There's all these vegetable rinses and washes out there you can use what what most of the science tells us is there not a whole lot better than water. In terms what many of them are is they're really really heavily diluted bleach. Okay, so the even if you read some off of those, you still gotta rinse them off with water. So just make sure you rinse them off good. And actually a little vegetable brush like I pulled out of ground I get a little vegetable rush put it in some running water and brush it off and slice the top off at the bottom and it's ready to eat. Okay from from that process. So watch that. Alright Third, when you go through this process, when you shop, okay or when you go to the farmers market to buy, separate what you purchase. Here we get into also into the preparation. We've talked in here a number of times about cross contamination, keep fresh vegetables away from raw meats, raw poultry, raw anything, handle them separately. Go to the grocery store watching when they get their groceries they put the most of them are very careful about it. Sometimes they aren't. They put the chicken in the bottom and then dump in the fresh vegetables on top of it. I always say at what my meats in separate bags. I want my chicken in one bag, my beef and another bag. I don't want anything else in the bag with bags, things like that at the grocery store. keep them separate at home. Okay, don't use a cutting board for raw meats. And then put raw vegetables on your cutting board. Okay, and then serve. Just be safe you know, watch for the content elimination. Cooking is the same thing. Now cooking with vegetables. You want vegetables to be what we call all dented. Chris, tender, green, fresh green beans that are cooked until they're mushy and fall apart or overcooked. A lot of people like them that way but they're over cooked. Okay from that so boiling, steaming boiling, you know for a short period of time steaming, microwave, great way to go. Okay when you're cooking fresh vegetables if you're gonna cook, and many times cooking helps break down some of the raffinose Vegetable so it will help make cabbage less gas producing. It will, it will in many cases cooking vegetables creates milder flavors within the vegetables. If you've ever fresh broccoli and cooked fresh broccoli, there is a definite difference in the taste. Okay, of those two products, even if they're both annulled, right. Okay, step five, chill things. If you bring a bunch of vegetables in the garden from the garden, or bring them home from the store and you wash them off, put them in the refrigerator, bag them up, you know, wrap them in a towel bowl, with water out, whatever, put them back in your frigerator keep them chilled, just helps prevent any bacterial growth or anything that can occur around them. And most fresh vegetables that are chilled, still have good flavor. Some of the flavors get a little bit better as they warm up kind of like cheese. Okay, but some still still do that. And then I'm gonna go back to when in doubt, throw it out. If you're not sure how old it is, if it's sat out on the counter for a vegetable dip or something for a couple of hours, good idea to pitch it, you know, because of contamination you're dealing with a raw food product here. Okay, so you just want to do that. You know, if you've had something if you're not going to cook it if it's been in contact with raw if you're going to serve it Ron it's been in contact with Rami you messed up, well cook it don't kill the bacteria, okay, you cook it but be very careful. And we just tell people do that around around holiday time. Fresh vegetables cleaned, put in the refrigerator will keep for many will keep for a week and maintain their freshness. I always put my radishes in a bowl of water and set them in the refrigerator and they'll stay crisp and fresh for about six days. Okay, they don't last six days because I eat them all. Okay, but you know, in terms of like that, and I, I don't think you can beat the flavor of many of the fresh vegetables out there to take a green or a yellow pepper and just wash it, see it, slice it up and stack on it. Now for a lot of people that's a lot of spice, but I think that that makes a good taste. And then nothing better to me than ever daily onion, peeled cooldown peeled, sliced it nice big round pieces. And then you put a piece of sharp cheddar cheese on top of their daily onion and sharp cheddar cheese, or just eat an onion like an apple. People don't like that. lettuce leaves. You know, if you're looking for a way to lighten sandwich meals, lettuce leaves make great replacement for bread. Oh yeah, I love doing that. Cook a hamburger patty and put your hamburger patty between two lettuce leaves and, and whatever whatever else you want it and it really makes a nice little pocket and the same is true with camis leaves. So lots of fresh vegetables. They're coming into their own. You know I look my cucumbers. My cucumber plants have got little cucumbers on them about two inches long already. My tomato plants are covered in blooms but no, no tomatoes yet. By being planets are growing. It's early for beans I plant. I'm trying I've never planted beans before. So I played in pole beans this year. So I got these big pots scattered around the yard being planted poles sticking up and up. That's how I garden I don't really have it all in the ground, I think big pots and bends around. That works. Yeah. So it works but Grow Your Own go to the farmers market, buy them into grocery store. They're, they're great, you know, and he's right now you can go into grocery store, you can buy a platter of clean vegetables, you know fresh vegetables that you can snack on. And they make great snacks for people. Absolutely. I hope people enjoy them all summer long. You know, just be smart, be safe. Eat the ones you really like and occasionally buy one you've never had before. Look, look up how to prepare it. Okay, that's always important. Sometimes the vegetable preparation is not as standard as we think. And then sample it. You know, and if you don't like it raw, chop it up. Toss it in the skillet, a little olive oil on a top little onion with salt and pepper crack couple eggs in it. Sprinkle some cheddar cheese on it. And you got a nice little mix of vegetables you did like most with eggs and cheese you do like There you go. So have a great summer.

Which Game First: A Board Game Podcast
171: Veggie Garden | Holi | Spill & Spell

Which Game First: A Board Game Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 49:56


Welcome to Which Game First where we boldly explore the hilariously huge world of board games. Did we unearth any hidden treasures you've been missing out on? Let's find out! First: Mr. McGreggor got nothing on us as we chase out rabbits and groundhogs to protect our harvest in Veggie GardenNext: We climb the 3 […]

Kevin and Cory
Are Potatoes Veggies?

Kevin and Cory

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 42:37


In the 12 p.m. hour of the K&C Masterpiece, the guys combo platter for national eat-your-veggies day, talk with Dallas Morning News Mavs reporter Callie Caplan about the Christian Wood trade, and get some old Rangers stories from Mike Bacsik Sr. in Mike Likes It

Baleine sous Gravillon - Petit Poisson deviendra Podcast
EXTRAIT 9 de la dernière série à retrouver dans COMBATS - Veggies, flexies, viandards, on en est où ? ... Yolaine de la Bigne

Baleine sous Gravillon - Petit Poisson deviendra Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 2:15


Chaque année rien qu'en France : 100 000 animaux sont abandonnés 2 millions sont utilisés pour l'expérimentation 30 à 40 millions sont tués par les chasseurs, pour le plaisir, pas pour survivre 1.2 milliards sont élevés et tués dans des conditions indignes, pour être mangés (soit 3,2 millions par jour) Le changement est - quoiqu'on en pense - nécessaire (ne serait-ce que pour le climat), inéluctable, mais trop lent.   Avec ce livre malin, Yolaine de La Bigne donne à chacun.e des clés simples et pratiques pour nous impliquer au quotidien et agir concrètement contre la souffrance animale.   Dans ce 2e épisode, le point sur les animaux-jouets, ceux éradiqués au nom de la propreté, et ceux qui sont envahis par nos modes de vie. _______ Découvrez les autres épisodes avec Yolaine, les 12 Sagesses animales : https://bit.ly/yolaine1_BSG https://bit.ly/yolaine2_BSG https://bit.ly/yolaine3_BSG https://bit.ly/yolaine4_BSG   Sur le rapport homme Nature avec le philosophe Gilles Vervisch : https://bit.ly/homme-nature1_BSG https://bit.ly/homme-nature2_BSG https://bit.ly/homme-nature3_BSG _______  

Thriving Thyroid with Shannon Hansen - Functional Nutrition for better women's hormones using food as medicine.
90// The #1 Thing You Can Do In The Morning To Lose Weight with Hypothyroidism

Thriving Thyroid with Shannon Hansen - Functional Nutrition for better women's hormones using food as medicine.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 24:17


Thinking about using nutrition and holistic health for restoring thyroid function? Learn EVERYTHING you need to know by joining our Free Facebook Group. Thriving Thyroid Balance Community.   Are you interested in learning more about your thyroid and finding answers?    We got you!    We have several different opportunities to work with us at several different price points and opportunities.    Our signature 6-month program is called The Hansen Method, we offer this in a VIP setting with personalized plans and protocols, individual one on one coaching and incredible bonuses that change regularly. You can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors. Click here.  If you have questions about the Hansen Method and want to discuss your specific situation and make sure this is the right program for you you can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our team members. schedule here. Hurry, my schedule fills up quickly and we only work with limited amount of women at any given time.    Join hundreds of women who have improved their symptoms by 80% and lose on average 30lbs in the 4 months.     Not ready to schedule a call, no problem. Learn more about the Hansen Method to see if it's a good fit for you. Click here to learn more.    We also offer The Hansen Method as a Self Guided option.    Option number 1 for self guide is where you are totally on your own to go through the program content, make the changes and execute them on your own. Click here to purchase.    Option number 2 includes group coaching and access to our members facebook group that will allow you access to our Thyroid Success Coaches and testing with personalized protocols. Click here to purchase.      But one of our favorite ways to work with us is our Thriving Thyroid Coaching Membership Opportunity.  This is where many of clients first begin working with us. It allows you to get to know us, our system and start making changes before making a larger financial investment. Click here to learn more.    CONTACT LINKS Website Facebook Community YouTube Instagram   DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES Freedom From Fatigue Guide  Download our Thyroid Panel Guide. Best Foods for Thyroid Thriving Hair Guide Dining Out Guide Thyroid Blocker List   PAID RESOURCES Thyroid Recipe Book 10-day detox   AFFILIATE LINKS Branch Basics Doterra Essential Oils Beauty Counter Wellevate Supplements   Xo, Shannon Hansen   P.S. Make sure to schedule our Thyroid Breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors.   . . . AUDIO TRANSCRIPTION   (00:00): Welcome back to episode 90, we are gonna be talking about losing weight and we're gonna be starting with breakfast. Welcome back to the thriving thyroid podcast, where we choose to become empowered patients and take our health into our own hands. Hi, I'm Shannon Hanson, a Christian entrepreneur, a mom of three. And after dealing with my own health mysteries, I made it my mission to learn everything I could about the thyroid. I soon became certified as a holistic wellness practitioner, a functional nutrition practitioner and a functional diagnostic practitioner. And so much more. After that, I founded the revolutionary thyroid program, the Hanon method as a health professional and a mom. I fully understand the importance of having a fun, simple, and sustainable plan for achieving a responsive thyroid. So I share actionable and practical strategies for developing a responsive thyroid so that the ambitious moms and women can gain freedom from fatigue and lose the thyroid weight once. And for all each week, I will be here for you along with my guest experts, we will be sharing simple and tangible tips that work for not only your thyroid, your hormones, your family, and your mindset, so that you can get back to living the life that you envision for yourself. Welcome to the thriving thyroid podcast, (01:32): Right? You guys welcome back. So I'm back. So , it's been a while. I took a vacation with my family to Mexico and it was beautiful and amazing and everything I wanted and more, and it was actually really, really good timing for me. I've been feeling a lot of feelings lately. Some of this I know as postpartum my emotions around six months start to go a little, a little wonky, and you're kind of settling in to the new routine. And I found for myself, it's like all of the adrenaline starts to kind of wear off and things start to settle in. People are still helpful, but not as helpful as maybe they once were when you first had a brand new baby and life can just start to like it changes. I, I don't wanna be even wanna say it's overwhelming because it's not overwhelming. (02:39): It just changes anyways. And then there's been a few things in my business that I'm like, I don't know what to do. I don't know how to handle this. I don't know the direction or the path that I need to be going. And I've really been praying for inspiration and guidance. And I know that God Heley father does not always just hit you over the head with this like profound answer. Usually it's like you, you have to take action and move forward and then begin to discover, Hey, this is, this is a really good choice. Or, Hey, this isn't a good choice. And I I've had an experience lately and I'm not gonna go into the details that other people made choices that affected my business and I've been holding onto some resentment, some hurt, some anger, some frustration. And so anyways, long story short, going to Mexico was perfect and relaxing and allowed me to kind of clear my head and what I think has helped me move forward in a more positive direction and in a way that is also really, really supportive to myself to my family. (04:16): And I think is, is also going to really benefit you guys long term . So I'm not ready to disclose all of the details yet, but the one thing I wanna tell you guys, especially you podcast listeners, we are going to start doing, I don't know, units series segments, where I'm talking about the same topic, but talking about it in a lot of different ways. Maybe diving a little bit deeper into things. It's not gonna be like a part one part two. Maybe some of it will be , but for summer there, this is happening both in the membership coaching program and also inside the Hanon method where people are like, I've lost, you know, 20 pounds, I've lost 30 pounds. I'm starting to feel good, but I've kind of hit this plateau, which is what I've maybe hit in the past. And I just can't overcome this plateau, or I always get to this point and then something happens and I start gaining weight again or whatever. (05:25): And so, and summertime, I think anytime we are in bathing suits or in less clothing, it brings up a lot of feelings and insecurities about our body. And it just kind of brings it to the forefront because we can't hide behind big baggy sweatshirts and sweatpants and sweaters and all the things during, during fall and winter. And it was really interesting today. One of the speakers she spoke about how at church, we, this was at church, she was speaking about how we keep our mind so busy and distracted. And she went into when, you know, when she sits down or whatever it is when she sits down and tries to relax. She's thinking about this exercise routine that she has embarked upon, but it's not really working and she's not feeling comfortable in her body. And you know, when somebody gives her a compliment about, oh, Hey, you look really beautiful. (06:34): She can't accept that compliment because she doesn't feel that way about herself. And these are all of the things. And all of the thoughts that I've been thinking about. Number one for myself, be again, being postpartum. Like my hypothyroidism, my symptoms have flared back up after being in remission for five years. so that's not super fun and that's been very emotional for me and then going to Mexico, being in a bathing suit. And I'm like, oh my gosh, like, things are not the way that they should be. And then couple that with the stress of running a business and all of these different things, I started out heavier than what I wanted to be because of the stress of my business and because of all of these external things. And then as soon as I was like, Hey, okay, I'm gonna, you know, get focused again. (07:30): I'm gonna start eating better. I'm gonna start putting myself on a routine and a regimen to help manage my stress so that my weight goes down. I was pregnant. So a lot of this stuff is not only for you guys as a listener, but also for myself and also for the members that we're working with in inside the membership or in the Hanson method or so on and so forth. Okay. So what I have decided to do, like I said, is we're gonna be talking about weight, weight management, overcoming plateaus, helping you guys to understand maybe some of the steps that you need to take. Now, if you are on Instagram, head over to the thriving thyroid podcast and send me a message, especially in real time, as you guys are listening to this, because I want to hear from you guys where you're at in your journey, we have thousands upon thousands of downloads. (08:37): And I don't know your story. , I don't know your journey when it comes to thyroid. I don't know if a majority of my listeners are diagnosed or undiagnosed or, you know, sometimes, sometimes it's nice to get a little bit of feedback and share a little bit of your story with me and let me know that you are a podcast listener, so I can start to keep track of some of these things. All right. So , let's dive into breakfast. So in some of the emails or in the messages, you can, you can tell me if you're a breakfast eater or if you eat healthy breakfast, or maybe you're just grabbing coffee for breakfast. And, and really in this episode, I want you guys to feel inspired with good breakfast as we will break this down a little bit more in terms of why it's important to have a good breakfast. (09:37): Okay. And if you don't have time, hopefully we will give you some good, easy, healthy grab and go options in the morning because who doesn't run short on time in the morning. I know, I think I plan and prepare and then I'm like, oh yeah, okay. Four kids now. And there's always something , somebody's gotta go to the bathroom. Someone can't find a shoe. Someone breaks a glass, someone. I mean, it's always something, right? So maybe you're ready to ditch the desserts. And I say desserts, but really, I mean the pastries and the things that taste super yummy, but maybe aren't supportive to our thyroid and balancing our hormones, our blood sugar, all of that. So don't worry. We've got you covered in this episode. So there are three must eat breakfast items. And again, this is gonna be sometimes when we have thyroid issues, we have a lot of food sensitivities or imbalances that way. (10:44): And I want you to know that food sensitivities are a sign of dysfunction. We become sensitive to food. When other things in our body isn't working, we should be able to eat eggs, right? We're gonna be talking about eggs. we should be able to eat eggs. No problem. But if your body is in a state of disease, they may be difficult for you to, to eat. All right. So here we go. Let's talk about this. We need to start our mornings off with a good amount of protein in the morning, because this is gonna help with sugar management. It's gonna help with metabolism and it's gonna help with the weight loss. This is because protein helps you feel full or longer and uses up a bunch of calories to absorb and metabolize the food. So you are using energy to break down the food. (11:49): So I'm gonna show you how to get the protein and as well as some veggies and some healthy fats for your soon to be favorite new go-to breakfast. So breakfast is let's start with eggs. So eggs are always a good idea or good thing to eat. Again, unless you have a food sensitivity and I'm happy to maybe chat with you a little bit more one on one on what to do about that and some ideas. So what I'm not talking about here is process egg whites in a carton. Okay. I am talking about the whole egg. So egg whites are mostly protein while the yolks are really a nutrient powerhouse. And I know in baby led weaning and things like that, they actually start feeding babies, egg yolks pretty early on because of the nutritional benefit of, of the yolk. (12:57): They'll mix it with, you know, either formula or breast milk or whatever to break it down and then feed the baby. Okay. so those egg yolks contain vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and healthy fats, eggs have been shown to keep you fuller longer and help stabilize blood sugar and insulin levels. Now, if you've been around for a while, you guys know the importance of balancing out those insulin levels to help stabilize other hormones inside the body. So not to mention eggs are super easy to boil a whole bunch of them and keep them in the fridge and grab them and go for breakfast, which you are short on time now, I know this isn't breakfast related, but when we were in Mexico, we were having kind of a difficult time in this area, finding at, at the store we went to, I don't know, my hu. (14:00): I sent my husband and he was struggling to find chicken or meat or something for the week. And he ended up buying, I think, like 18 eggs or something like that. Maybe a little more. I think it was half a dozen. Maybe it was like two. And I don't know, anyways, that's not, not the point, but what we did is yes, we had them for breakfast, but I also boiled them up and we put them on our salad for lunch one day, so that we had a little bit of protein because just lettuce and tomato. And what else do we put on there? Like carrots and cucumbers. Like, that's not gonna keep you full for a really long time. So they can be super easy to add it to salads or other things like that to help give you that extra protein. (14:49): So here's that you guys need to know the cholesterol in the eggs is not associated with an increased risk of heart disease or anything like that. So, one thing that you need to consider is try to prevent cooking the yolks at a high temperature, because that can cause some of the cholesterol in the eggs to be to oxidize. And the oxidized cholesterol is the heart unhealthy stuff. Okay. So oxidation bad you know, cook at a lower temperature for a little bit longer and you avoid that. And that's the same thing for using certain types of oils and things like that. Okay. All right. Number two. Let's keep plugging away here. number two is net N is nuts and seeds. So nuts and seeds contain protein, healthy fats, vitamins minerals, and fiber nuts and or seeds is also a great thing to add or contribute to your breakfast. (16:02): You won't be a, you won't be fooled by candied nuts, right? Sweetened nets and butters or chia cereals with added sugars. I want you to know that I'm talking about real whole unsweetened food here. nuts and seeds are the ultimate fast food when you are running late in the morning. So you can cry, grab a small handful of almonds, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, as you're running out the door and you can munch on them while you are commuting. So not to mention how easy it is to add that spoonful of Nu butter or seed butter into your morning breakfast smoothies. We do smoothies all the time and I will add in pumpkin seeds, cuz they're super high in protein to help get me, give me that little boost of extra proteins along with the healthy fats. So here's another hint for you guys. (17:05): If you like creamy lattes in the morning, try adding, try making one with Nu or seed butter. Just add in your, add your regular hot tea and a tablespoon or two of that creamy Nu or seed butter into your blender and mix it or blend it until it is nice. And Froy my husband loves banana shakes in the morning with some vanilla protein and he adds in peanut butter. He can do things like that as well. All right. Number three, veggies. Yes. You already know you should be getting protein at every meal, including breakfast, but this is, but this also applies to veggies. Okay. You should be adding veggies to every meal because of the fiber, right? Veggies are powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytochemicals, fiber, and water. And you can't go wrong with adding them all the time. if you don't already do so you should definitely try them with breakfast. (18:19): Going back to the eggs, I have served eggs over like an arugula salad or not a arugula salad or I've, you know, mixed in, what am I trying to say? Like a breakfast ke in the morning, like a restless ke or a Forta or something like that, where you're able to add in some of those greens, maybe some bell peppers, maybe some onions mushrooms and the other really cool thing about doing something like that or a breakfast burrito is you can make big batches of that and keep it in your fridge and warm them up throughout the week so that you're getting in those veggies early in the week. Okay. So you may not feel comfortable about maybe roasting vegetable vegetables and eating those for breakfast, especially here in America. I know we have listeners all over the country or all over the world, but in other countries it is, they don't eat pastries. (19:29): They don't eat donuts. the way we do. They they're going to eat more of a Hardy well-balanced breakfast that may include more veggies or roasted veggies. And that was something for me that I had to transition into. I'll give you an example. So it was really weird for me to think about or hear that people would eat their leftovers from dinner for breakfast. I was like, wait, what? Like you don't eat breakfast food. That was kind of a, an interesting thing. And I remember a, I don't know if it was a coach or a nutritionist many, many years ago was talking about how that's, what they did. And it was a way for them to break the blood sugar imbalances. And I was like, oh, that's interesting. And thinking about it. I, so again, when we were in Mexico, we typically, what we did is we ate breakfast and lunch at the place that we were staying. (20:35): We stayed at an Airbnb and then we would go for dinner somewhere. And the first night we were there, we ate at the resort restaurant and I ordered a ribeye steak and it came with, oh my gosh, the most delicious veggies ever. They were perfectly seasoned. They were heirloom carrots. So they were like the purple and the yellow and the orange. And they were beautiful and they had peppers and I didn't eat the whole ribeye. So I saved the rib. I and I, there were plenty of veggies and things like that. So I actually ended up the next day, reheating the steak. I had that with some eggs cuz it wasn't very much. And I had like an egg and then I had the veggies with it and I was like, this is the best thing ever. I was actually really bummed that my kids ate all of the salsa because I wanted to have some of that with my eggs anyways. (21:39): So think of things like that, where you can incorporate those veggies into your breakfast. Okay. And just also know that you can break, break these breakfast rules and eat leftover veggies or other things for breakfast. Okay. So I'm gonna just quickly share a really simple egg and veggie omelet type deal. So you can use one teaspoon of coconut oil, two eggs, one or two, depending on how hungry you are and then a quarter of a cup of graded zucchini or mushrooms or peppers and some salt and pepper, or maybe some turmeric for anti-inflammatory add the coconut into your frying pan, coconut it on low, put it in a cast iron pan or you know, something along those lines and let that coconut oil melt. And in the meantime you can just grab that bowl, mix eggs up, add in your veggies of choice, your spices, and then pour the egg mixture into the frying pan and cook it up. (23:09): You guys, or you can scramble it. Or if you are really good at making the omelets, you let it cook on that one side on a low temperature and then you can flip it over until it is no longer running you guys. It is super, super easy. Like I said, you can add in your leftover veggies from the night before, it should not be a big ordeal. And you guys know that I'm always a fan of smoothies, breakfast, movies, protein drinks, the morning, whatever you call them. It's a great way to get fruit and veggies and protein. First thing in the morning while you are running out the door. All right, you guys, I will see you on the next (24:00): Way. Subscribe. If you found value in today's episode, leave us a review and share on Instagram and please tag us. We love your.  

The Long Munch - Nutrition for Runners, Cyclists & Triathletes
Episode 38B - Would more fruit and veggies make me faster? | Linden Hall

The Long Munch - Nutrition for Runners, Cyclists & Triathletes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 71:14


Two time Olympian in the 1500m & sports dietitian Linden Hall joins us to discuss the role of fruit & veggies in her diet, what happens when she doesn't get enough on the road, and her experience with the vast array of fruit & vegetable based supplements that are heavily marketed to athletes.

Hughesy & Kate Catchup - Hit Network - Dave Hughes and Kate Langbroek
CATCH UP - Getting kids to eat veggies and a push-ups challenge

Hughesy & Kate Catchup - Hit Network - Dave Hughes and Kate Langbroek

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 46:57


On today's catch up with the crew, Erin can't get Eliza to eat vegetables, Rob Mills comes in for a push-up challenge with a great cause and Hughesy HATES graffiti. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Plan Veggie
Cómo ser veggie sin morir en el intento

Plan Veggie

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 6:34


¿Estás intentando una alimentación veggie? Escucha y sigue estos tips para que el proceso sea más sencillo y llevadero.

The Founder Hour
T.K. Pillan | Changing American Food Culture for the Better with Veggie Grill

The Founder Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 57:52


T.K. Pillan is the founder and chairman of Veggie Grill, the largest 100% plant-based restaurant company in the United States. Founded in 2006, Veggie Grill's mission is to change American food culture for the better. T.K. is also a founding partner of PowerPlant Partners, a growth equity fund investing in emerging consumer food, beverage, and food service companies. Prior to Veggie Grill, T.K. was co-founder of Guidance Solutions, one of L.A's first end-to-end web development and e-commerce systems integration firms which he ran from 1995 to 2004.SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER & STAY UPDATED > http://bit.ly/tfh-newsletterFOLLOW TFH ON INSTAGRAM > http://www.instagram.com/thefounderhourFOLLOW TFH ON TWITTER > http://www.twitter.com/thefounderhourINTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR? EMAIL US > partnerships@thefounderhour.com

VeggieTales: Very Veggie Silly Stories
A Thankful Heart is a Happy Heart

VeggieTales: Very Veggie Silly Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 19:55


Laura Carrot is a little blue when she doesn't get something she really wanted for her birthday. Madame Blueberry, as a licensed gratitude-inologist, shares how being happy inside often starts with being thankful. It's a rollicking good time when all the Veggies and their friends take turns in showing how gratitude changes everything!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Fifi, Fev & Nick Catch Up – 101.9 Fox FM Melbourne - Fifi Box, Brendan Fevola & Nick Cody
Fe'vs Ultimate Guide To Get Veggies Into Your Kid! *EXTREME*

The Fifi, Fev & Nick Catch Up – 101.9 Fox FM Melbourne - Fifi Box, Brendan Fevola & Nick Cody

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 3:15


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Muslim Community Radio
Fruit and Veggie Price Hike - Interview with Dr Jared Greenville - Executive Director of ABARES

Muslim Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 18:18


How much have you had to pay for an iceberg lettuce? Some have reported paying up to $11.99 for this salad staple. Iceberg lettuce previously cost about $2.80 each. So what has caused the price of this once very affordable vegetable and other fresh produce to rise so sharply, and how long will the high prices last? Dr Jared Greenville, who is the executive director of the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences tells us all about it. Hosted by: Nadia Zahr Aired on: Thursday 16th June 2022

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast
Ep 120: Shawn Dreben, Pulse ElectroMagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy For Pain & Recovery

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 49:03


Episode 120 - Mother nature is so cool! The earth puts off a magnetic frequency that is constantly charging up our cells and increasing blood flow. Unfortunately that is only when we are in contact with our bare skin. This is referred to as “Grounding” or “Earthing”. Now lets tie this in to our guest, Shawn Dreben. Shawn has been a professional fitness trainer for years and not only familiar with “Grounding”, he stumbled on a technology that basically can super ground us and produce the same results as mother earth but in minutes rather than hours or days. This technology is called “Pulse ElectroMagnetic Fields” or PEMF. If you have or know someone with chronic pain, injuries or that just wants ultimate recovery for their body this is a must listen episode.   Thanks again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. Tocontact Shawn go to: https://shawndreben.com/ Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit : Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE  Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” save 15% CLICK HERE Non Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE  EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KSFO Podcast
Veggie Nose

KSFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 37:03


Hour 3 of Monday's A&G: Don't watch the Sunday talk shows if you want to lower the divisive rhetoric. Big SCOTUS decisions coming up. Rudy Giuliani was drunk, and Chris Stirewalt takes the stand in the January 6th Committee hearings. Why does Boston boo Draymond Green so much? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Hour 3 of Monday's A&G: Don't watch the Sunday talk shows if you want to lower the divisive rhetoric. Big SCOTUS decisions coming up. Rudy Giuliani was drunk, and Chris Stirewalt takes the stand in the January 6th Committee hearings. Why does Boston boo Draymond Green so much? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong and Getty
Veggie Nose

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 37:33


Hour 3 of Monday's A&G: Don't watch the Sunday talk shows if you want to lower the divisive rhetoric. Big SCOTUS decisions coming up. Rudy Giuliani was drunk, and Chris Stirewalt takes the stand in the January 6th Committee hearings. Why does Boston boo Draymond Green so much?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wissenschaft im Brennpunkt - Deutschlandfunk
Veggie-Day oder Ferienflieger - Für die Klimawende braucht es einen Wertewandel

Wissenschaft im Brennpunkt - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 32:50


Dass die Klimawende so schleppend vorankommt, hängt auch mit unseren Werten und Einstellungen zusammen. Sie ändern sich nur langsam und mit Wirtschaft und Werbung gibt es teils mächtige Gegenspieler. Doch die Zeit drängt. Wie kann ein Wandel gelingen?Kühn, Kathrinwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Forschung aktuellDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Garrett's Games and Geekiness
Garrett's Games 832: Zapotec and Veggies

Garrett's Games and Geekiness

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 23:00


Shelley and I head to Oaxaca and play  Zapotec by Fabio Lopiano from Board&Dice then we get healthy and eat our vegetables in Veggies by Jog Kung from Devir  We also mention Cafe by Rola and Costa from PYTHAGORAS in our discussion of Veggies as a better implementation of the tableau building by overlaying cards mechanism. Check it out!

Organized and Fabulous Mom - Organization made easy for overwhelmed moms    Simplified and Fabulous Mom
67. Get Organized Kitchen: How Spending A Few Minutes To Plan For The Busy Days Can Make Everyone Happier! On The Go Snacking VS Meals with Ashley Smith

Organized and Fabulous Mom - Organization made easy for overwhelmed moms Simplified and Fabulous Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 18:05


Hi Friend! I have had such a busy season, and have been spending so much time in my car that I snack more often than I eat lunch ch most weeks! I asked my friend Ashley to join us and go o ver some ways to be more organized with our snacking so we can have more balanced nutrition! Hope you like today's episode! You can find more from Ashley @VeggiesandVirtue on all social media platforms and her podcast Veggies and Virtue anywhere you listen to podcasts! XOXO, Jenn WEBSITE: www.JMOrganizingSpaces.com EMAIL: OrganizedFabulousPodcast@gmail.com HOTLINE: +1 (980)389-0399 FB GROUP: How to Declutter, Organize, Style, and Design for Overwhelmed Moms

Fat Guy and a Diet
#40 - Life's A Garden... Dig It

Fat Guy and a Diet

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 20:15


Checking in to say Hey, giving you updates on my garden, and progress on my diet and the small victory I won yesterday.

Kevin McCullough Radio
20220608 - Medical Theorum With A Side Of Fruits And Veggies

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 47:44


20220608 - Medical Theorum With A Side Of Fruits And Veggies by Kevin McCullough Radio

Kevin McCullough Radio
20220608 - Dr. Douglas Howard of Balance Of Nature Talking About The Importance Of Fruits & Veggies

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 8:00


20220608 - Dr. Douglas Howard of Balance Of Nature Talking About The Importance Of Fruits & Veggies by Kevin McCullough Radio

MTG In Quarantine
I Believe in a Thing Called Magic: Magic-Related Song Parodies and Ragavan Cosplaying with VeggieWagon (LIVE in the Creator Hub at Dreamhack Dallas 2022!)

MTG In Quarantine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 25:06


VeggieWagon is an insanely-talented performer who does a variety of MTG song parodies as well as streaming gameplay and other projects. I got to sit down with Veggie to discuss how he started doing song parodies, talk about his biggest projects, and think about new directions to take his ongoing Ragavan cosplay! And all of this was recorded LIVE in the Creator Hub at Dreamhack Dallas 2022 where we were both invited Content Creators! You can find Veggie's work here: https://linktr.ee/veggiewagon You can find my links at linktr.ee/mtginquarantine

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast

Episode 119 - Another solo show by yours truly Health Heroes where I go deep into what I believe are the three main causes of the majority of our health issues facing us today.  Then I give you three solid strategies for each issue that I have personally vetted and now use in my own life. I and the Chemical Free Body coaches also use them and so do thousands of our clients. There is a lot to unpack here so please do not be overwhelmed just take what excites you most and take action on it. Once that's in place and like riding a bicycle then add another and so on. My hope is that the information I share with you will take action and this will lead you to write your own story of transformation to inspire others. Thanks again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. To inquire about going to Hippocrates Health Institute go to: https://hippocrateswellness.org/  Make sure you tell them who sent ya! Thanks!!! Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit: Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE  Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” to save 15% CLICK HERE Non-Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE  EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Gooder
Intrapreneurship in the Veggies-As-Snacks Industry Featuring Katrina Borisjuk, Dirt Kitchen Snacks

Gooder

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 49:03


Katrina Borisjuk is the Senior Director of SnackFutures and Intrapreneurial Founder and Lead of Dirt Kitchen Snacks Brands, the first business launched under Mondelēz International's Innovation and Venture hub. Dirt Kitchen Snacks is on a mission to make real veggies irresistibly snackable and help consumers get more veggies into their lives. Katrina has been with Mondelēz International and its precursor Kraft Foods for over 15 years. Through several roles in the global growth organization, Katrina has had the privilege to travel the world, gaining consumer insights and international experience through project work across both developed and emerging markets, including Western Europe, Russia, China, and Mexico. Katrina's current role as an intrapreneur has her growing a startup across both e-commerce and brick and mortar retail from the ground up. Prior to joining the food industry, Katrina worked in investment banking for Bear, Stearns, & Co. and Barnett & Partners LLC in New York. In this episode… Want to maintain a healthy lifestyle by snacking on veggies? Here's how one intrapreneur is helping you do so. With her love for veggies and passion to provide people with healthy options, Katrina Borisjuk founded Dirt Kitchen Snacks. She shares tips on how they came up with a healthy snacking brand of veggies within a multinational established big brand and how they overcame most of their challenges during the process. So, tune in and learn about intrapreneurship and how you can leverage the advantages you have as a startup in a big company.  In this episode of the Gooder Podcast, host Diana Fryc sits down with Katrina Borisjuk, the Senior Director of SnackFutures and Intrapreneurial Founder and Lead of Dirt Kitchen Snacks, to discuss her intrapreneurial journey in the healthy foods industry. Katrina explains the value of intrapreneurship and lessons she has learned, the process and challenges they faced launching a startup during the pandemic, and her advice to other entrepreneurs.

History & Factoids about today
June 5th-Veggie Burgers, Mark Wahlberg, Kenny G, Pat Garrett, Psychedelic Furs, Jeff Garlin, 6 Day War

History & Factoids about today

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 10:34


veggie burgers, pop culture june t 1954, pat garrett, kenny g, mark wahlberg, ron livingston, jeff garlin, richard butler-psychadelic furs, bill hayes, farthest champagne cork flight, robert kennedy shot, 6 day war, lizzie bordon goes on trial,

National Day Calendar
June 5, 2022 - National Moonshine Day | National Veggie Burger Day

National Day Calendar

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 3:30


Welcome to June 5th, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate potent potables and primal plant protein.  If you've ever seen someone in a movie pick up a jug with three Xs on the label, you know that it's moonshine. Everyone assumes that the X is just a mark invented by Hollywood, but it's not. In fact, the marks are used as a way to track moonshine's production. An X is added to the jug after each round of distillation. The first round produces some strong but nasty-tasting alcohol known as singling. A couple more rounds gives distillers the nearly pure alcohol we know as moonshine and that's how it earns the three Xs. In some cases, the stuff can get to nearly 200 proof and is almost guaranteed to pack a punch. Proceed with caution as you raise a glass of legal moonshine to celebrate National Moonshine Day. It used to be that vegetarians were a bit on the outside of cookouts. Sure, there were veggie burgers, but they were made of beans or soy and most of the time they didn't hold up on the grill. So maybe you ended up eating some... potato salad…or maybe a roll with cheese on it. But now there are options for people who avoid animal protein: plant-based burgers that taste like…well, actual meat. Thanks to the Impossible Burger and similar brands, non-meat eaters can feel more included at backyard barbecues. On National Veggie Burger Day, celebrate the plant based stuff you can really sink your teeth into. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Latino Vegano
LYV111: El Único Restaurante

Latino Vegano

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 7:29


Que tal mi gente bella, otra vez les traigo otra entrevista con lo mejor de la gastronomía vegana a nivel mundial.  Como saben mi seria VORE (Vegan On the Run Eating) estoy en busca de las mejores comidas veganas y para esta ocacion me contacte con los amigos de VegPanama y visitamos al Único restaurante

THE INTENTIONAL EDIT PODCAST - Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!
Episode 60 - Simplifying Snacks and Meal Time with Easy Systems & Solutions from Ashley Smith of Veggies & Virtue

THE INTENTIONAL EDIT PODCAST - Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 34:41


Systems, routines, and healthy habits make everything easier and simplify what goes on in your home and in life.  Ashley joins us today from Veggies & Virtue to share her system for setting up a successful meal and snack schedule for your kids and family.  If your kids are always requesting snacks and you feel overwhelmed when it comes to feeding and meal time, this episode is for you.    Connect with Ashley of Veggies & Virtue -  Podcast: Veggies & Virtue  Instagram: @veggiesandvirtue  Website: www.veggiesandvirtue.com  Community: Simple Meal & Snack Ideas for Kids  Email: support@veggiesandvirtue.com   Make sure you subscribe so that you never miss an episode of The Intentional Edit Podcast.  If you are struggling with daily tasks, clutter, organization, and finding any sort of work/life balance, The Intentional Edit Podcast is for you.  It's time to stop the chaos and create a life you love by implementing systems that put an end to the overwhelming, unorganized parts of life and finally, bring simplicity to your life and home. Now is the time to say goodbye to overwhelm, get organized and create systems so that you can live your best life at home and beyond.  Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!   Ask Your Question for a Future Tip Tuesday Episode – www.intentionaledit.com & Click the RECORD NOW Button! Everything is here – www.intentionaledit.com 1:1 coaching with Lauren – A custom plan just for you!  Topics include decluttering, organizing, time management, home routines & systems, daily/weekly schedules and more. https://www.intentionaledit.com/coaching/ Connect with Lauren @intentionaledit on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and TikTok Join the NEW Facebook group for The Intentional Edit Podcast Listeners – Declutter, Organize & Create Systems to Simplify Your Home & Life  https://www.facebook.com/groups/181244566560848  

Stream of Consciousness
Ep. 107 - Tips and tricks: Starting a vegetable garden | Brendon Hill

Stream of Consciousness

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 55:19


I have a chat with Brendon Hill, an online green thumb and successful urban farmer living in Johannesburg. We talk about the lessons, tips and tricks that he has learned since starting his own vegetable garden, why you should start a vegetable garden, my own experience growing my own vegetables and herbs, as well as Brendon's advice for people starting their own.

Hey Plebes! with Miki and LG
S3E12: The Plebes Quit Energy Drinks

Hey Plebes! with Miki and LG

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 124:10


We're joined by our friend Jeebus (and Zea) and On this episode we talk about: Carnivores say Veggies are BAD (00:03:05), Listen Now! Bravo The Revolution (00:10:10), “Sorry, TWO MonkeyPoxes .?!”(00:16:30), Is an Alien Invasion coming? (00:20:20), Queries (00:34:55), The Plebes QUIT Energy Drinks (00:41:44), So We're in a Simulation and Cheat Codes Exist? (00:52:15), Coming Soon: £conomi¢ D. Pression ft. Wrld War 3 & The RAPture (01:17:10), NEW Electric DeLorean! (01:28:05), NO TRUMPS Card Game ft Jeebus (01:46:00), and MORE! **LIMITED TIME MERCH SALE | EVERYTHING 25% OFF | VISIT www.HeyPlebes.threadless.com **Like and Subscribe to us on YouTube Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @heyplebesWe love 5 Star Reviews on Apple Podcasts! If you don't then you probably need to use 68945514.

VeggieTales: Very Veggie Silly Stories
Accepting That God Made You Uniquely You

VeggieTales: Very Veggie Silly Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 21:26


In this episode the Veggie friends learn how everyone is made unique and special by God. Larry thinks his voice is just too regular so he adds an autotune whistle to add something special to his voice. Seems Mr. Lunt's twin narwhal friends don't want their horns anymore and Winny calls in to say she can't smile for her school picture after losing her front tooth. Danny Gokey, a Grammy nominated and Dove Award winning artist, joins and shares how he has learned to embrace the person God has made him to be and that everyone's differences make each person unique and special.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast
Ep 118: Ashley James, The Heavy Metal, Glyphosate and EMF Connection

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 85:48


Episode 118 - Wondering why you feel like crap? Do you have autoimmune issues that no doctor can help you with? Have you been struggling for years with a low quality of life and poor health? If so this episode may connect the dots for you and give you tangible solutions to turn your health around very quickly.  Ashley James had tremendous health issues so much her liver was protruding from her abdomen. She discovered that she had heavy metal toxicity and that when you have heavy metals in the body they work like microscopic conductors to EMFs. Unfortunately, even if you remove all the typical heavy metal culprits from your lifestyle there is an herbicide called “Glyphosate” that is in 74% of the rainwater today. It binds to heavy metals and literally is dragging them into our bodies. Bottom line, if we want optimal health and wake up and feel good, we have to have a lifestyle that will “Daily Detox” this stuff out of us. In this episode, we give you many powerful tools that both Ashley and I have used for ourselves and our clients to get us out of the heavy metal blues.  Thanks again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. To connect with Ashley go to: https://www.learntruehealth.com/   Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit: Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE  Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” save 15% CLICK HERE Non-Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE  EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fantastical Truth
113. What If You Learned Bible Lessons from Singing Veggies and Dead Sea Squirrels? | with Mike Nawrocki

Fantastical Truth

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 72:16


From absent hairbrushes, to kitchen-based boy bands, to Merle and Pearl Squirrel freshly thawed from the first century, Mike Nawrocki shares his stories.

Quiz and Hers
S16 E7 - Quiz Your Fruits and Veggies!

Quiz and Hers

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 47:59


After all the chocolate last week, Justin decided we needed a healthier quiz, so he wrote six trivia questions related to fruits and vegetables! We also chow down on discussions of opera, weird art, and action movies!3:26: Q1 (Movies & TV): In 2020, the hashtag #AddAVeggieToAMovie trended, and one of the best examples added a “c” to what Bruce Willis movie to turn it into a film about an ill-fated leafy green?11:03: Q2 (Times & Places): Also a 1980 single by the Boomtown Rats, and an upscale clothing retailer owned by The Gap, what political science term, coined by O. Henry, refers to a nation whose economy depends on the export of a single product?15:34: Q3 (Music): What Russian composer wrote the satirical opera The Love for Three Oranges, though he is probably better known for a so-called “symphonic fairy tale for children”?25:52: Q4 (Sports & Games): What NBA team is not named for British term for arugula, but rather for the role that former hometown San Diego played in developing the Atlas missile?30:54: Q5 (Arts & Literature): His grotesque portrait-still life hybrids, which arranged fruits and vegetables to resemble human faces, were absolutely hanging in your elementary school art teacher's classroom.  Name this post-Renaissance court painter.35:28: Q6 (Everything Else): The first company to achieve a market capitalization of $1 trillion, what is the largest publicly-traded company that shares its name with a fruit or vegetable?Theme music: "Thinking it Over" by Lee Rosevere, licensed under CC BY 2.0E-Mail: quizandhers@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quizandhers/Twitter: https://twitter.com/quizandhersInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/quizandhers/Voice from the Underground Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/voice-from-the-underground-politics-pop-culture/id1302884018Brain Ladle Podcast: http://www.brainladletrivia.com/

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast
Ep 117: Chad Tackett, Weight Loss Coach Putting Yourself First

Health Hero Show: The official Chemical Free Body Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 50:23


Episode 117 - Chad Tackett was one of the few fortunate enough to have healthy active parents to learn from. He originally wanted to be a medical doctor but decided to help people with their health more naturally and focus on prevention instead of prescribing drugs.  In college Chad majored in exercise health and nutrition and right after became a personal trainer and managed a health club.  Chad has been in the industry for a long time and what was most important to me was that he himself has remained healthy and active. I don't ever take advice from people that are not walking the walk. I hope you enjoy this episode and get one strategy that you will add to your daily routine to improve yourself.  Thanks again for listening and if you like the show please like, share and subscribe! Love & Light -Coach Tim. To connect with Chad go to: https://www.committed100.com/podcast  Tim's Favorite, HIGHEST QUALITY Health Product Recommendations: Best Infrared Saunas & Healing Lamps: To Save $100 & learnCLICK HERE Water Purification/Restructuring System: Book FREE ConsultCLICK HERE Best Home Air Purification Unit: Tim's personal unit CLICK HERE Best Non Toxic Home Building Materials: CLICK HERE  Best Toxic Free Skin Care: Use code “HealthHero” to save 15% CLICK HERE Non-Toxic Cleaning Products: Save $25 with this linkCLICK HERE  EMF & Radiation Blockers for Home & Vehicle: Save 5% CLICK HERE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Farm4Profit Podcast
Farm4Fun w/ The Farmer Jon

Farm4Profit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 70:08


Pre-Roll Commercial – Geringhoff – head of the class no matter the cropWelcome to a Farm4Fun episode Remind people to hit SUBSCRIBE – REMEMBER TO LEAVE REVIEWS Share their ideas at farm4profitllc@gmail.comThe listener review today is brought to you by BW Fusion.  Just a reminder that when you sign up for atleast 500 acres of the 401 microbial team you get one free field in the 365 program when mentioning Farm4ProfitSpotify- @marksans17 - I love your shows, keep up the good workDon't forget to check out www.bw-fusion.com for all your micro-biological needs.@ThefarmerjonJon DinsmoreFollowersInstagram – 10,600Twitter – 1,437TikTok – 314,900 – 10.9 million likesYouTube – 1 subscriber – 2 videos Fourth generation vegetable, grain, and hay farmer (sudan). Husband, and father of five.Proud graduate of the University of Arizona.Amateur Photographer – all his pictures look awesomeWhat is Land Leveling?Green Screen Gag…..is it real?Two of you in one tiktokPhotography tipsCompanies stealing your photosBeard or no beard…..david includedWhat did they do that was super embarrassing?What drives you to keep going?What was one embarrassing obsession of their's?What do you know now that you wish you'd have known sooner?@VanceCrowe - Segment question from twitter – You are 18 years old and you have the same options available that you had when leaving highschool but in the present day.  You have zero savings….What direction do you head?  College, trade school, workforce, with a target of being financially stable by age 40

3 Brothers No Sense
Kerry Strug Saved 'Murica

3 Brothers No Sense

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 60:03


Congratulations to all the graduates including Razi's sister for completing medical school. We shout out Huntsville. AL for being the best place to live in America and the new black owned vegan restaurant The Veggie. We open up about the Buffalo shootings and the response around more guns would have changed things. We jump into questions and Byron wants to know "Has America ever been united?" Razi wants to know if Eightball or Angela was the wrong party on "My Homeboy's Girlfriend." Ferg brings us back to serious discourse and asks, "Do we prioritize things over our children's feelings?" We send our prayers to those affected by gun violence.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/threebrothersnosense/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/threebrothersnosense/support

FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™
119 \\ Summer Shift Series! Say No To the Drive Thru This Summer & Have HAPPY KIDS! Easy, Healthy, Quick Lunch, Snacks, & Dinner For Families On The Go. With ASHLEY SMITH, Veggies and Virtue

FAMILIES THAT STICK TOGATHER™

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 30:23


We can't have an episode to prepare us moms for the Summer Shift without talking about food! What do we keep at home this Summer? We all need easy lunch ideas, healthy snacks, easy dinners that are quick to prepare and nutritious. Ashley Smith, host of Veggies and Virtue Podcast is sharing all this and more with us! You will walk away with ideas for feeding neighborhood kids, being more hospitable at lunch time for unexpected friends joining, and some really fun ways to have more intentional and memorable summer dinners at home. Ashley shares her favorite summertime dessert, too! Let's grow, Jennifer  Connect with ASHLEY SMITH HERE on Instagram Listen to Ashley's podcast VEGGIES AND VIRTUE 15 EASY MEALS FROM COSTCO in under 15 minutes! HERE Visit Veggies and Virtue HERE Bring home Togather™ for Family Dinner to gather small moments at your kitchen table EASILY. Order your incredible conversation starter stickers now including Placemats Togather™ Together shared in today's episode at togathermoments.com Connect with and Follow Jennifer @togathermoments and @familiesthatsticktogather on Instagram and Facebook Show notes at togathermoments.com/podcast Shop all Togather™ products including Togather™ for Family Dinner and Togather™ for Date Night  from this episode at togathermoments.com Free resources including your FREE PRINTABLE TOGATHER™ FOR ROAD TRIPS at togathermoments.com/free and when you sign up for our newsletter.  

Gone Medieval
Anglo-Saxon Royals: Unexpected Veggies?

Gone Medieval

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 30:02


Early medieval royals ate mostly meat, right? Wrong! A new study that's made headlines around the world has shown that medieval kings were largely vegetarian! To help shed light on this exciting new discovery, today Cat is joined by Dr Sam Leggett of the University of Edinburgh, a bio-archaeologist and the lead author of the study.For more Gone Medieval content, subscribe to our Medieval Mondays newsletter here. If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download, go to Android or Apple store.Join the History Hit Book Club in time for the June and July read of Charles Spencer's, The White Ship. Become part of a community of readers who are passionate about history and its thrilling lessons. Members read a new book every 2 months, and get a £5 Amazon voucher towards the cost of the book, as well as exclusive access to an online Q&A between History Hit presenters and the author in the second month. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Ali on the Run Show
515. Lottie Bildirici, Author of Running on Veggies

Ali on the Run Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 67:03


"It was the fear of the unknown — but that was what I loved also. I don't want to do something I know I could finish or know I could do. I want to do this thing that's going to be really hard… and there was no stopping me." At 14 years old, Lottie Bildirici — a lifelong New Yorker — went from being a happy-go-lucky high schooler to a cancer patient. A lump on her neck turned out to be Hodgkin's Lymphoma, and Lottie immediately began chemotherapy treatments. She was the sick kid. But as she recovered physically (and was given a cancer-free diagnosis!), Lottie realized she had lost her identity. Who was she without cancer? And it was running that helped her redefine herself. Lottie completed a half-marathon at Disney World, and a passion for the sport was immediately ignited. She started learning more about health and nutrition — but soon lost her way. In this conversation, Lottie talks about growing up in the kitchen, and about how a love for food led her down a scary path with orthorexia and recurring stress fractures. She talks about creating her blog and Instagram account, Running on Veggies, and about working with professional athletes including Kara Goucher and Stephanie Bruce. Today, Lottie is a nutrition coach for adidas, she's an Ironman triathlete (she completed her first Ironman on the 10-year anniversary of her cancer diagnosis), and she's a published author. Her first cookbook, Running on Veggies, came out earlier this year. SPONSOR: The WineShine Half Marathon — Register today for the inaugural event, happening July 16, 2022, and use code ONTHERUN to get $25 off your registration. See you in Napa! What you'll get on this episode: What Lottie had for breakfast today, and how she's celebrating life right now (6:10) Lottie's love for cooking (8:00) On writing a cookbook (10:30) What life was like for Lottie in high school, when she received a life-changing diagnosis (12:00) How Lottie started running, and her experience with orthorexia and recurring stress fractures (23:15) How Lottie started working with professional athletes including Kara Goucher and Stephanie Bruce (35:25) What it's like when Lottie works one-on-one with clients (39:50) Lottie's food philosophy (43:00) Lottie's job with adidas, and what a day in the life of Lottie Bildirici looks like (45:00) Lottie's decision to complete an Ironman on the 10-year anniversary of her cancer diagnosis (48:15) The role running plays in Lottie's life right now (55:00) For more, check out: Jonathan Cane on Episode 313 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Lottie: Instagram @runningonveggies Website Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!