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Welcome to the Ferment Podcast - Conversations about Worship and Transformation. In this wide ranging podcast our host Adam Russell sits down with thought leaders, creatives, entrepreneurs, and other innovators digging into their personal stories of spiritual transformation. Current roster of guests include John Mark McMillan, Audrey Assad, David Ruis, James Duke, Carol Wimber-Wong, and many others.
 
Sit down with Denny Conn and Drew Beechum, authors of Experimental Homebrewing and Homebrewing All-Stars as they explore the world of beer and homebrew. Every episode tackles the science of brewing and the art of brewing. Listen and learn how to make and appreciate better beer and how to create even the craziest idea you have. We can't promise that you'll save the world, but we can promise mad science in the pursuit of great beer!
 
The Wine Enthusiast Podcast takes you on a tantalizing trip into the world of wine, beer and spirits. Drink up engaging, behind-the-scenes stories reported and recorded by Wine Enthusiast’s editors. In each episode, we explore emerging trends, provide educational tidbits, and introduce you to the passionate people who craft, shake, ferment, and pour their beverage of choice. Inside every bottle is a story.
 
Graining In. A weekly podcast where Noah Bissell (mediocre brewer, recovering pessimist) and Matt Robinson (taproom manager, retired rapper) sit down with and without guests to discuss eclectic topics *usually* relevant to the world of beer. Conversations are sometimes technical, often not, but always aim to find the macro threads that keep people motivated and inspired to wake up every morning and pursue their craft. Everyone’s day starts with that first step, so turn the auger on get to Gr ...
 
Have you ever wondered if there’s a natural way to lower your high blood pressure, guard against Alzheimers, lose weight, and feel better? Well as it turns out there is. Michael Greger, M.D. FACLM, founder of NutritionFacts.org, and author of the instant New York Times bestseller “How Not to Die” celebrates evidence-based nutrition to add years to our life and life to our years.
 
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Fuhmentaboudit!

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Fuhmentaboudit!

Heritage Radio Network

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Ferment About It! (Fuhmentaboudit!), aims to demystify the art of home fermentation with a primary focus on home brewing beer. Chris and Mary take listeners on a journey through fermentation, sharing history, practical methods, recipes and anecdotes from personal experience as well as from those of guest fermenters both amateur and pro.
 
In this proteinX Series Season 2 focused on next-gen protein, we brought together some of the most globally renowned scientists, investors, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, urban planners, students, farmers, CEOs, artists, professors, government officials, chefs, and others to discover and learn about the most effective, evidence-based ideas, projects, IPs out there.
 
French dj born in 1977.His passion of mixing came with Dance Music in early years of 90's thanks to Megamix, Dimitri From Paris Radio Show on NRJ.Then in 1996 was the revelation in Daft Punk Live show.He met Dj Las Fred with who he makes GREAT Gigs. He discovered Masters At Work thanks to Dj Julien Ferment! His sound: New York House style, Afro Funk and Deep Disco, influenced by DJs like Louie Vega, Dimitri From Paris and Kerri Chandler.
 
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The Coolship

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The Coolship

Warren Wilson & Matt Czigler

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The Coolship Podcast is dedicated to beer lovers, home brewers, and professionals alike. At the helm are Warren Wilson, owner of Homebrew University in Hackettstown, NJ, and Matt Czigler, owner and head brewer at Czig Meister Brewing in Hackettstown. In addition to being avid beer fans (and these boys know how to enjoy a beer!), they bring a combined 25+ years of home brewing and professional brewing skill to the show.
 
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Ferment

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Ferment

Wendy Reese Hartmann

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Fermentation is an important process in brewing. Outside of brewing, it’s about agitating into a state of unrest or disorderly development. This show is part musings, part music and part mental maintenance.
 
Strangers Worth Meeting is the show that takes you on the road to live the life of a nomad. Join host Tyler Hixson on his journeys to new and exciting places, and travel across the US to meet strangers everywhere who have a story worth sharing. If you believe that some of the best things in the world are hidden where few can find them, if you don’t mind traveling with a mixed up companion, and if you are certain that a worthy stranger can become a friend, then this is the show for you. Follo ...
 
Find your strength within, Louise at Loula Natural will be helping you make valuable connections to improve your health. As a qualified Naturopath, Nutritional Therapist and author of fermenting book Culture Your Life: Kefir and Kombucha for Every Day Nourishment and Nurture Your Life: The Real Food Weaning Guide Louise is a wealth of knowledge, insight and experience. Episodes include health talks including natural first aid and childrens nutrition, interviews, meditations, EFT tapping sess ...
 
LivingHomegrown is all about Living Farm Fresh Without the Farm™. Through canning and preserving, artisan food crafting and small-space food growing, you can enjoy the flavors of the season and live a more sustainable lifestyle no matter how small of a space you call home. Hosted by TV canning expert and national PBS TV producer, Theresa Loe, this weekly podcast alternates between solo episodes and interviews with the rock stars of the DIY food movement and each episode helps you live closer ...
 
Cider review podcast on iTunes, where two like minded guys set the cider world to rights in a discussion of all things cider related. Damian hails from Tasmania and now resides in Seattle, where he struggles to get his cider fix. He will leave no stone unturned in his quest to discover a hidden gem. Rob hails from Bristol in the West Country, UK. Born and raised in cider country he regularly enjoys the local spoils Somerset has to offer, and rubs Damians nose in it... Twitter: @ThemApplesShow
 
MYSTERIOUS MATTERS OF MAX METTERS: Peter Gelman's punk rock romantic novel of the 1980s. It uses a vigorous word-crushing "maximalist" approach to prose fiction, in defiance of the era's terse, inexpressive, helpless, despairing "minimalism". Passion, philosophy, fisticuffs and word ferment.... A podcast audiobook in 21 chapters (plus 1, the introduction). Recording progress now (2013). Written in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, in 1990-1991. Now available as a paper book in popular bookstore ...
 
Join Monica Reinagel, author of "Nutrition Diva's Secrets for a Healthy Diet," as she serves up simple, painless ways to upgrade your eating habits. Sorting through conflicting information and busting popular myths, Monica takes the stress out of eating so you can enjoy food, instead of fighting it. Before you know it, you'll be eating healthier and feeling more fabulous!
 
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Step Brewers

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Step Brewers

Klimt Donohoe & Ali Davis

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Step Brewers Podcast is a culmination of the vision of two mates and their passion for great beer. A brewer and a photographer use their love of beer, experience and unique perspectives to produce a banter laden podcast with epic segments, technical interviews, unadulterated opinions and truth nuggets.
 
How do I get my Yorkshire pudding to rise? This and other questions vegans were never afraid to ask, but never got an answer to. Join Jake Yapp and guests talking vegan turkey (other meat substitutes) and lots of great veg! If you are adopting a plant-based diet, transitioning, just plain curious or want some delicious food ideas, this is the podcast for you.
 
FermUp is a weekly conversation about the art, science and history of food fermentation brought to you by two fermentation enthusiasts. We cover the what, why and DIY how-to. Learn ways to ferment common food items such as sauerkraut, kimchee, and kombucha, kefir and yogurt. We also explore cultures of fermentation from around the world. If it is fermentable and edible, we will discuss it.
 
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Acclaimed food author and fermentation guru Sandor Katz whose renegade revival of ancient culinary rituals has transformed his relationship with life and death, inspires songwriters Joshua and Jeremiah Zimmerman of The Silent Comedy to create a new track. Sandor Katz is a rock star of the food world. Since 2003 when his book Wild Fermentation was p…
 
Fermented vegetables like kimchi offer the nutritional benefits of veggies plus a probiotic bonus. But some research suggests that they increase the risk of stomach cancer. Should you include fermented vegetables in your diet? Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newslett…
 
Ryan Albrecht is a psychotherapist, husband, father and musician from Long Beach, New York. He has been serving at the Experience Vineyard Church in Rockville Centre for nearly a decade where he volunteers as a worship leader with his wife and worship director Elisha. It is there where his life transformed and he continues to experience life giving…
 
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The Chicken Tenders are getting a little worried about the food supply and inflation issues that are quite prevalent at the moment. To help us combat these tumultuous times, our good friend Lanni came on the show and shared with us her story about homesteading, fermenting her own food, and how to preserve food that you've grown through the process …
 
Launching any brewery is difficult, but launching one that only makes spontaneously fermented beer means total committment to a process that takes years from brew day to beer release. Still, Lisa and Brandon Boldt of Primitive Beer in Longmont, Colorado, inspired by Belgian lambic brewers and blenders, made the conscious choice to focus exclusively…
 
These foods are rich in probiotics but some are better for you than others. This episode features audio from Fermented or Unfermented Soy Foods for Prostate Cancer Prevention?, Culture Shock – Questioning the Efficacy and Safety of Probiotics, and Preventing the Common Cold with Probiotics?. Visit the video pages for all sources and doctor’s notes …
 
This week, researcher Andrew Ledley joins Cade in the lab to discuss his work on a unique method for mashing gluten-free grains. The Brü Lab is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today. | Read More | A Modifie…
 
On this episode, Tyler meets back up with Mike Sanda of Charleston, SC. Tyler & Mike talk about engaging with pain and suffering, how AI is going to destroy us, and the jiu jitsu of Charleston on this sixty-seventh episode of the Strangers Worth Meeting podcast. VIDEO: Find the video version of this podcast on the Strangers Worth Meeting YouTube Ch…
 
Surely a day doesn't go by without you using plastic. It's a marvel of material science. But hidden behind its convenience, plastic poses serious enviornmental challenges. Is this versatile and ubiquitous material contributing to the climate problem or helping us solve it? Plus, in the news this week: as Omicron spreads across the globe, we get the…
 
A new 93-page moose recovery plan provides a roadmap to increase Nova Scotia's endangered mainland moose population. We hear from a wildlife biologist who says if we don't act on this plan, the iconic mainland moose doesn't stand much of a chance in this province.
 
Why does omicron have a much higher number of mutations than previous COVID variants? Does having more mutations make omicron more virulent or destructive? We find out the latest on this new variant of concern from a Nova Scotian who is a world leading expert on variants.
 
American brewers have long been influenced by European brewing traditions, but what happens when European brewers take some of those American twist and apply them to their own brewing? Poland’s Browar Pinta answers exactly that question, as the ten-year-old brewery puts a PNW hop twist on Baltic porter, embraces hazy New England-style IPA, or barre…
 
Cory Smith is a Copenhagen-based, semi-recent Brooklyn transplant with an ever-growing resume of extremely high quality beer photography and journalism to his name. We get into his entry into the world of beer photography via a background in advertising; his personal account of life as an Ex-Pat and compares recent experiences in the ER at hospital…
 
The Chronicle Herald reports that at least three people in this province have been refused treatment by their doctors, because they weren't vaccinated against Covid-19. We ask Information Morning's legal columnist Wayne MacKay about the legal repercussions and remedies.
 
Travis Mateer (aka William Skink) is a resident of Missoula, MT, a native of Spokane, WA, an activist, and a citizen journalist. Dean Reiner is an artist and podcaster and also a Spokane, WA native who was born in Missoula, MT. This week they joined CHUD and Adam to talk about all the strangeness that is afoot in the Pacific Northwest. Please suppo…
 
Put on some safety goggles as Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist team ignite your bunsen burners with the hottest science news stories, analysis and breakthroughs.We investigate the rising number of Covid cases across Europe, why’s it happening, and where does the UK stand? Plus, why is NASA on a collision course with an asteroid?And as we stri…
 
The long holiday weekend calls for time to veg out. If you had too many helpings of mashed potatoes on Thanksgiving, well it’s time to be a couch potato and tune into some of Good Food’s favorite movie segments from past years. Sanjay Rawal directed the film “Gather” and discusses the growing movement of Native Americans working to reconnect with t…
 
Jeff Kripal is a historian of religions - his work includes the study of comparative erotics and ethics in mystical literature, American countercultural translations of Asian religions, and the history of Western esotericism from gnosticism to New Age religions. He’s also the author of the book "Esalen: America and the Religion of No Religion" - a …
 
Season 2 of Time in Barrel continues, with Papa Sweden being joined by founder of Black Hops and their sub brand AWOL Michael "Govs" McGovern. The boys go into the origin of the AWOL project, what excites their brewers in the space and how they plan to grow and expand the brand and it's identity. Proudly presented by Carwyn Cellars and Voyager Craf…
 
We talk about success and failure all the time. You're probably in the habit of telling yourself that you'll never succeed, or that other people are more successful than you are. But do you actually know what you mean when you say things like this? Unless you have a clear conception of who you are and what you care about, you have no idea. Join The…
 
After Kai Matthews died of meningitis in June 2021, his family launched an initiative to educate people about the vaccine that could have prevented their son's death. Now, they're launching a new vaccine program at Acadia University to protect students against meningitis.
 
Do you want your potted herbs to stop dying on you? Do you want to find out what do with plants and weeds found in your garden? Listen up as we have three garden experts this week to share their secrets on how to grow your own vegan paradise. In this week’s episode we hear some amazing tricks to keep supermarket potted herbs alive for longer. Some …
 
Physician heal thyself. Why most doctors don’t know more about how to prevent the number one cause of death in the U.S. today. This episode features audio from How Much Do Doctors Actually Know About Nutrition?, Why Prevention Is Worth a Ton of Cure, and How Doctors Responded to Being Named a Leading Killer. Visit the video pages for all sources an…
 
Torrential rains caused widespread flooding and road closures in Antigonish. Thirty-three people escaped by boat from a flooded trailer park. A main road in and out of town was washed out in three places. Three residents talk about how the storm affected them.
 
It's been one year since thousands of farmers in India started protesting controversial agricultural laws. Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi has promised to repeal those laws, but protestors aren't going home yet. Hear from two organizers of a Halifax rally in solidarity with Indian farmers.
 
Dalhousie University is switching to a mandatory proof of vaccination for staff and students. That's because people on campus who didn't provide proof of vaccination, weren't following policy by showing proof of a negative COVID test twice a week. A Dal professor shares her reaction.
 
The damage is dramatic and extensive in Victoria County, following a fall storm that dumped an incredible amount of water on Cape Breton. Roads and bridges are washed out. Communities are cut off from the rest of the region. An EMO co-ordinator updates us on the situation.
 
This week Andy and Dannunaki from The Roots of Creation podcast came on to tell CHUD and Adam about the Bock Saga. The Bock Saga hails from Finland and is the story of the oldest family in the history of the world. Despite it's complex and complicated origins, Dan and Andy have undertook the immense task of keeping the Saga's oral history alive by …
 
Hannah Lasorsa, founder and owner of Herbal Content Cottage, works with plant and gardening brands to help them create botanically inspired marketing content and authentically connect with their audience. In this episode, Jessica sits down for tea and a conversation with Hannah about how Herbal Content Cottage came to be, and how herbalism inspires…
 
Charles van Rees is a conservation biologist and naturalist specializing in freshwater ecology, ornithology, and human-wildlife water conflict. Freshwater ecosystems are a primary focus of his work because of their extremely high levels of threat, important ecosystem services, and multifarious interactions with water resources management for societ…
 
What makes a drink festive? What makes it unique, or holiday-worthy? Is it the ingredients? The history? The people you enjoy it with? Maybe it’s a little bit of everything. In this episode, we take a look at festive drinks for the holiday season. Spirits Editor Kara Newman speaks with beverage pros Jackie Summers, founder of Jack from Brooklyn and…
 
Fermentation Science and Technology Lab Manager at Colorado State University, Katie Fromuth, joins Cade in the lab this week to talk about her work on how package type and style affect beer stability. The Brü Lab is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperia…
 
New plant-based meat alternatives look, cook, and taste more like actual meat than ever before. But are these highly processed foods really better for you? And what's the environmental impact of all that processing? Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more…
 
On this episode, Tyler meets back up with Andrew Hatlevig of Melrose, WI. Tyler & Andrew talk about the major ups and downs of Wisconsin whitetail hunting, why we have aversions to certain kinds of food, and continued plans for the bacteria cult/religion on this sixty-sixth episode of the Strangers Worth Meeting podcast. VIDEO: Find the video versi…
 
Somehow, the podcast has chugged forward for nearly three years without a single coffee episode -- that ends TODAY. The guys are joined by Matt Bolinder, owner of Speckled Ax Wood Roasted Coffees in Portland. Matt charts the windy and certainly unconventional road that led him to Speckled Ax, and discusses how opening a business seemed like the onl…
 
As we strive for a transition to a green future, we're asking "would wood be good" to help us build everything from better buildings to more insulating windows, from steak-cutting knives to nano-engineered, biodegradable glitter. Plus, in the news: as Covid cases take off again in Europe, we review the situation here in the UK; also, making strawbe…
 
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