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Updated April 2020
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Hartglass & De Mattei, Kitchen StaplesWhen the shopping gets tough, the tough get creative. Most of us are staying at home during the Coronavirus Pandemic and the local grocery and online food stores are often out of our favorite condiments and prepared foods. Hartglass & De Mattei talk about making some of your staples right in your own kitchen, l…
 
Hartglass & De Mattei, Nourishing the Soul as Well as the BodyIt’s the 11th Anniversary of the IT’S ALL ABOUT FOOD show on the Progressive Radio Network. Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei bring you updates and tips to keep your immune system strong and calm your anxiety during the pandemic. Below are links to articles, interviews, businesses and r…
 
Hartglass & De Mattei, Love in the Time of CoronaSelf-Care and community during the Corona Virus Pandemic are the topics for today’s show. Links to items that will be mentioned on the show:1. Interview with Paul Huljich, author of Stress Pandemic2. Bird Flu, A Virus of Our Own Hatching by Dr. Michael Greger.…
 
Elana Kirshenbaum, New LeafAs a young child, Elana Kirshenbaum relished any chance to connect with animals, fed her school lunch daily to a stray dog, and wrote about wanting to grow up and teach people how to protect animals at a beautiful rescue with rolling, green hills. When she learned about the horrific suffering other beings endured for huma…
 
Part I: Ben Wurgaft, Meat PlanetBenjamin Aldes Wurgaft is a writer and historian, and currently a Visiting Scholar in Anthropology at MIT. He was a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow at MIT and a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the New School for Social Research. His essays on food and other topics appear regularly in publications from G…
 
Part I: Lana Dee Povitz, Stirrings, How Activist New Yorkers Ignited a Movement for Food JusticeIn the last three decades of the twentieth century, government cutbacks, stagnating wages, AIDS, and gentrification pushed ever more people into poverty, and hunger reached levels unseen since the Depression. In response, New Yorkers set the stage for a …
 
Part I: Josh Berson, The Meat QuestionJosh Berson is an independent social scientist. He has held research appointments at the Berggruen Institute and the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, among other places. He is the author of Computable Bodies: Instrumented Life and the Human Somatic Niche. Part II: Abioseh Cole, I Am …
 
Glenn Saks and Liora Raphael, Happy Animals Liora Raphael and Glenn Saks are lawyers and long-time friends. Over lunch at a favorite vegan restaurant, Liora relayed her frustration in finding an age-appropriate book for her daughter to assist in answering the question “Why don’t we eat animals?” and Glenn, never one to turn down a challenge, said, …
 
Part I: Zen Honeycutt, Moms Across AmericaZen L. Honeycutt is—first and foremost—a mom. She is also an activist, speaker, author, founding executive director of Moms Across America, and co-creator of Mothers Across the World with Dr. Vandana Shiva. While heading Moms Across America, Zen initiated the first testing for glyphosate in tap water, breast…
 
In this episode the following are discussed: FTC Releases Follow-Up Study Detailing Promotional Activities, Expenditures, and Nutritional Profiles of Food Marketed to Children and Adolescents. F.D.A. Offers Broad New Rules to Fight Food Contamination. Current Good Manufacturing Practice and Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Hum…
 
Hello, everybody, I’m Caryn Hartglass and you’re listening in the 117th episode of Ask A Vegan. It’s the 2nd of December 2012. I’ve been enjoying counting these episodes. I can’t believe that so many have already happened. I’m not a point where I’ve started to transcribe these podcasts. And I think, ultimately, they are all……
 
ASK A VEGAN PROGRAM TRANSCRIPTION: Hello everybody! I’m Caryn Hartglass and you are listening to the Ask A Vegan show. It is the 25th of November 2012. Thank you for joining me today. I missed last week. And it always seems like such a long time when a week goes by and I haven’t done…By Caryn Hartglass
 
TRANSCRIPT: Hello everybody. I’m Caryn Hartglass and you’re listening to the 115th episode of Ask A Vegan. Time marches on doesn’t it? Things just add up. We have so many podcasts now on the Responsible Eating And Living website; over 300 hours of information. I hope from time to time you visit our It’s All……
 
Inspired by the Food And Drink issue of the New York Times Magazine I discussed the Michael Pollan’s article on the food movement, famers markets, community, and government action, the Food from California’s Central Valley and eating in Greenland omnivores only or as a vegan. Other topics covered in the episode include: Using recipes from……
 
The following articles and topics were covered in this 110th episode: No Appetite for Good-for-You School Lunches Do Exercise Programs Help Children Stay Fit? GOP bill would repeal Agriculture Dept. calorie caps on school lunches What’s wrong with counting calories. FTC Issues Revised “Green Guides” Will Help Marketers Avoid Making Misleading Envir…
 
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