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Welcome to the Viva! Vegan Podcast. Our monthly podcast is about all things vegan! We feature fascinating interviews with vegan celebrities and thought leaders. We provide expert advice about vegan health and give some fabulous tips and tricks about vegan cooking. Each episode, we debate some of the most pressing issues we face while offering some light relief with our vegan music section. So no matter where you are in your vegan journey, there'll be something for you in the Viva! Vegan Podc ...
 
Welcome to the Motiv Fitness and Nutrition podcast, otherwise known as 'Dreams, Memes and Veggie Supremes'. We only have two characteristics of this show: (1) We eat and rate pizza (2) We discuss ideas and topics typically relevant to health We will be hosting guests on this show and an 'AMA' component will also be included, providing an opportunity for us to interact with YOU - our listeners! We also upload a version with video to YouTube, check it here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXG ...
 
The V-Word by Sarah-Jane Crawford is a vegan podcast. After being inspired to turn vegan back in 2015 by Grime MC JME who came on my radio show, I’ve been on a mission to uncover the new age and face of veganism ever since. I figured you don’t have to be a hippy or white, middle class, only eat rabbit food or shop in Notting Hill’s organic food stores to live on a plant-based diet. On the V-Word I meet athletes, celebrities, influencers, and just all-around interesting people, reflecting a b ...
 
Every city has its own horrible history. Each week hosts Emily Barlean and Rachel Everett-Lozon will venture to two new cities and do a deep dive into a piece of history that you won't read about in the travel brochures--all the horrible, tragic and traumatic things that have happened in the history of the world.
 
Three Ohio natives (Jason, Jacob, and Jeff) are the hosts of Ohio Huntsman. They are three brothers who were brought up primarily hunting the public lands of the Wayne National Forest with their Dad. So be sure to tune in as they discuss all things related to hunting in Ohio, with an emphasis on providing quality information to fellow hunters that love and enjoy all that the outdoors in Ohio have to offer.
 
A casual conversation about gardening in the Midwest with Toledo's Garden Guy, Mike O'Rourke and Rookie Gardener, Scott Sandstrom. Mike interviews various guests, from experts to local DIY gardeners in a relaxed conversation. While Scott keeps the subjects down to the weekend warrior level. We hope you enjoy each podcast episode, as even the most basic topics can reveal a surprise tip or hint you may not know about! Your Midwest Garden is sponsored by Black Diamond Nursery & Lawn Service. Se ...
 
What food opinion would you fight to the death over? Hosts Kirk Pynchon and Lindsey Gentile have a weekly debate over food topics and battle it out to see whose opinion is right. If you're a foodie or just a food fan, tune in every Wednesday to settle common food debates and finally find out if brunch truly is overrated. For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com. We wanna make the podcast even better, help us learn how we can: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4 Subscr ...
 
Jason Kirk, Emily Kirk, and friends are finding the Bible is so much better and weirder than we were taught as church kids. Story by story, we're having fun learning history, religion, literature, mythology, and the amazingly weird stuff. All are welcome! Perfect five-star rating on Apple Podcasts! Contact us at vacationbibleschoolpodcast@gmail.com, if you like! (Sure, it's long! Copy and paste like Matthew did the Gospel of Mark!)
 
The Rick Gloo podcast focuses on uncovering inspirational stories from people that may potentially have spent some time flying beneath the radar. Simply going about life and doing cool stuff but yet to be broadcast to the world. We also look to those who may have a voice and look for the new or emerging aspects of their experience. The areas of fitness, health, wellness, meditation, veggies, gardens, business, artists, entrepreneurs, etc. will be pursued. Have fun and enjoy!
 
America’s Home Grown Veggies with Daryl Pulis is the year round veggie show that helps you extend the vegetable growing season to 12 months a year. Join Daryl Pulis every Saturday at 10A EST on America’s Web Radio as she interviews experts in growing vegetables outside, inside and in containers. Daryl Pulis is past president of the Georgia Master Gardener Association and was named Master Gardener of the Year in 1994. She became Advanced Training Coordinator for the University of Georgia Coop ...
 
RelishPod is here to provide audio and visual inspiration to get YOU cooking. Mark and Tim believe that the links between a happy and healthy life starts with making and preparing your own food. They are local food enthusiasts, and enjoy using their Big Green Egg to ensure optimal results while grilling.
 
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Anita Dafonte, a 30 year gardening vet, chats about her tried & true planting techniques. Anita, who lives and gardens on five acres, is the Sales Director for Coast of Maine Organic Products. Yet loves to get her hands dirty by growing the vegetables she loves to cook with. Take a listen as your working in your garden! And check out the Coast of M…
 
Beware of your backyard veggie garden… new research has revealed nearly a third of Sydney’s household vegetable gardens produce food that contains dangerous levels of toxic lead. The young children of Aussie cricket star David Warner innocently weigh into the India travel ban debate. Year 12 students at some of the top private schools in NSW are mo…
 
This week Marc and Kate cover FIVE stories of workplace drama! - Can you (should you) ban political discourse in the workplace? - What happens when you don't show up to work for 15 years? - What are the right venues to go to when you've been discrimination against (hint its not the Department of Justice) - How do you properly handle an inappropriat…
 
In this episode of Veggie Doctor Radio, I chat with Dr. Sagar Doshi and his wife Dr. Jimisha Patel about their journey to plant-based nutrition and lifestyle medicine. About featured guest: Sagar (married to Jimisha) MD, Northeast Ohio Medical University Residency, Emergency Medicine, Wright Patterson/Wright State —Former USAF Major Board Certified…
 
Thanks for reading TC239: Hiding Your Musical Veggies with Composer Karen Marshall from Top Music Co. In this episode, Karen Marshall shares her story of returning to studying and teaching music after succeeding in a career in marketing and public relations. Well-loved as a composer and best-selling author, Karen has also trained extensively in the…
 
This week on the show we discuss sourcing your own veggies with different gardening techniques. As we continue to be affected by the pandemic, more people are turning to outdoor activities and also activities that help with food acquisition. Gardens come in various sizes from small hobby gardens all the way to large community gardens, but all garde…
 
I’m so excited for a brand spanking new episode of Healthy Cooking Secrets. On our first episode of this series, The Korean Vegan, Justine Snacks, and Feed the Malik all came on the pod and shared SO MANY good tips, like how to get protein and even marathon-train on a vegan diet, why you should be adding corn starch to cookies, how to always know t…
 
With warm weather settling in, you may step out to your garden or gaze at your raised bed and notice many seeds are germinating! Flowers such as calendula, verbena and poppies, and veggies like arugula, lettuce and mustard, may have self sown from last year. And this is the time to thin them out!By mengisch@vpr.net (mengisch)
 
Bonnie Swenor is an epidemiologist and associate professor at The Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute and the Epidemiology Department at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is the founder and director of the Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center, which addresses health inequities for people with disabilities. Bonnie's …
 
“A friend of mine in Germany is called Dr. Tofu. He was the first who did tofu on a commercial scale, in the eighties. They arrested him… for cooking something suspicious… He was arrested a couple of times. So, when it started in Nigeria and we opened the first vegan restaurant and there were also no vegetarian restaurants, people were saying, that…
 
Slow Cooker Hidden Veggies. In episode 017 of the Magic With Gadgets Podcast we are talking about slow cooker hidden veggies. How to cook a delicious chicken dish in a creamy sauce that is made up of vegetables every single time. Ideal for eating healthier with the slow cooker or feeding your kids extra veggies. Whenever someone tells me that they …
 
Thanks for reading TC240: Overcoming the Challenges of Becoming a Great Piano Teacher with Emily Laney from Top Music Co. Join guest host Sarah Buckley and guest Emily Laney today for a chat today which includes stories and real examples of finding your best teaching studio fit. They’re going to unpack how you can define and work with your current …
 
Single parents will be big winners in the federal budget on Tuesday with the government to introduce a scheme that will get them into the property market with just a 2 per cent deposit. An undercover hit squad of COVID inspectors has begun secretly visiting 1000 venues across the state as part of a major compliance blitz. Convicted rapist Jarryd Ha…
 
It’s been revealed one of the men charged over the extraordinary kidnapping of Stuart MacGill ­demanded the former Test cricketer pay him $150,000 because he blamed him for ­introducing him to a drug dealer who ripped him off. Claiming his innocence to the end, former NRL superstar Jarryd Hayne has spent the first of many nights behind bars after h…
 
It's a big one, guys. For our silver anniversary of episodes, both Emily and Rachel are heading to New Jersey. First, Emily covers the Hindenburg disaster of 1937 (which has nothing to do with the Lindbergh baby and everything to do with baby grand pianos). Then, drumroll please, Rachel tells the frequently referenced story of John List / Bob Clark…
 
“…there's this disconnect between our beliefs and our behavior and part of what can be useful for overcoming that is to change the behavior first, which sounds really counterintuitive.” - Jo Anderson Jo Anderson is the Research Director at Faunalytics, an organization that empower animal advocates with access to research, analysis, strategies, and …
 
Sixty senior doctors have penned a scathing letter to Health Minister Brad Hazzard calling out “Third World conditions”, “inadequate facilities” and “grossly inadequate non-clinical space” at Canterbury Hospital. It’s been revealed a terrified Stuart MacGill hid out in a nondescript motel for nearly a week in fear of his life, after allegedly being…
 
This week on the show our resident wildlife biologist (Jeff) talks about cloning a black-footed ferret and what that means for the future of conservation. The black-footed ferret was thought to be extinct from the wild until a small remaining population was discovered. Scientists were then able to clone a female black-footed ferret using frozen DNA…
 
My Ask the Doctor series was built around the idea that functional doctors have SO much incredible information about transforming our health, but the really great ones can be hard to find, tricky to get appointments with, and unfortunately quite expensive. On these episodes, I invite on the best doctors in the world and ask them all of my questions…
 
When it comes to back pain you want fast relief and you want to be able to afford the care to get you that relief. In this video we look at chiropractic care vs. medical care to see which is the most cost effective. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website. This information is provided for educational and…
 
Today’s episode features stories from Anchorage and Buenos Aires - and there are a surprising number of weird animal stories this go-around! A supplement to our longer Horrible History episodes, this weekly tiny episode will focus on ridiculous, lighter crime stories from the years 1987-present. Each week we’ll share Terrible Today stories featurin…
 
Australian cricketers Pat Cummins and Ben Cutting will be placed in isolation in India, after possibly being exposed to COVID-19 by two IPL teammates who tested positive to the virus. The Australian Human Rights Commission review into gymnastics in Australia has been told young Australian gymnasts, mostly girls, were molested, abused and bullied by…
 
In this new episode format – we talk to Sean O’Callaghan aka the Fat Gay Vegan, who is one of the world’s most famous and established vegan bloggers. Sean is well known and loved as an event planner, author and general lover of vegan food and drink, with over 67k followers on Instagram. He is based in the UK and Mexico and has been the face of the …
 
Air Fryer Secrets. In episode 020 of the Magic With Gadgets Podcast we go through our top air fryer secrets from nine years of using the air fryer every day. Perfect for air fryer beginners that would like some tips and tricks for using their new air fryer. You have a new air fryer, and it feels like everyone knows something that you don’t. You are…
 
This episode is a unique one. While recording this week's episode, Calen was interrupted. This friendly interruption quickly turned into an impromptu jam session where Calen sings, accompanied by the banjo and shakers, and turns the famous "I'm Sensitive" Jewel song into a song about the new Unruly Travel Guide that is soon to be published.In addit…
 
Indigenous leader and author Warren Mundine has slammed the proposed new national curriculum. Heartbroken family of fitness and health guru Kylie Jaye have revealed she died after a long battle with an eating disorder. The Blue Mountains could be the site of Australia’s longest road tunnel. Manly skipper Daly Cherry-Evans is in discussions about ex…
 
If you forage for wild leeks, ramps and other wild edibles growing right now, it is imperative that you heed caution and know proper wild edible identification. This helps ensure you stay safe and the wild edibles can continue to thrive. It's best to adopt some best practices when out looking for these delicious bits of nature in the springtime.…
 
It's Derby Day and Executive Chef of Churchill Downs David Danielson is offering virtual cooking classes so you can impress with your own at home Kentucky Derby menu. On the menu today is pulled pork sliders, chicken nuggets in a glaze and of course, the proper mint julep. Fox News's Lilian Woo gets the details from Chef Danielson in the latest FOX…
 
Erica Packer says she wants to share her story in the hope of helping other women who have been through a miscarriage. Working families with two or more children will see big cuts to their childcare bills from July. The Australian National Memorial at Villers-­Bretonneux will soon have a giant wind farm as a backdrop. South Sydney owner Russell Cro…
 
Ken Rothman, DrPH is arguably one of the most influential living epidemiologists. Ken has been in the field for almost 50 years, conducting research, writing, and teaching. He co-authors two of the most used textbooks in epidemiology: Modern Epidemiology and Epidemiology: an Introduction. He is the founding editor of Epidemiology, a leading journal…
 
Whisky-makers and small brewers are set to reap the benefits of budget cuts. One of the country’s most notorious criminals has tried to set up a televised mixed martial arts fight between prisoners. An apartment instead of a house with a backyard will save home-seekers up to 80 per cent in some Sydney suburbs. Melbourne Storm's Harry Grant is likel…
 
There’s backlash to the latest version of the Australian Curriculum. Port Macquarie Hastings Council plan to run $90,000 poll on water fluoridation slammed as "crazy" considering $50m flood damage. Over 50s will be eligible to receive AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine free from Monday under a major revamp of the troubled rollout. 16 new NRL academies …
 
This week on Horrible History, Emily reverts back to her old ways and covers another serial killer - this time Robert Hansen, "The Butcher Baker," in Anchorage, Alaska. Then Rachel covers a listener recommendation and heads to Buenos Aires, Argentina to talk about Yiya Murano, also known as "The Poisoner of Monserrat." Hopefully you're horrified. C…
 
“We see 84% of moms in the U S convert to infant formula partially or entirely in that first six months of life before the recommended period of exclusive breastfeeding ends. We see two thirds of moms express extreme shame and guilt and stigma for the way they feed their children. And, we continue to see that the infant formula industry in general …
 
The Federal Government has set an ambitious target to get more Australians into work than there has been in a decade. The Daily Telegraph can reveal dozens of migrants ordered out of the country have been given a second chance to stay in Australia. A new national curriculum has slowed down primary school lessons and postponed the teaching of some m…
 
On this very special episode of Food Fight! (not “special” in the “on a very special Food Fight! Kirk confronts Lindsey about the dangers of sniffing glue” sense, but you know what we mean), Kirk and Lindsey are talking Indian food! They debate which type of bread is the best, fight over the value of mango chutney, discuss why samosas are OVERRATED…
 
This week on the show we discuss how to pattern a shotgun. Anyone who has ever looked online for tips on patterning a shotgun knows there is varying information depending on where you look. We mainly focused on patterning for turkey season specifically but the same general concepts apply to all shotguns and choke/shell combinations. We discussed wh…
 
Season #2 has a new feature, QUICK TIPS! A short info podcast presented by an expert in the field. Plus it's an easy to search subject header for when you need that little bit of info in a flash. QUICK TIPS release on "off weeks" of our regular, full length shows, so you are not missing anything. We hope these tips help out while we are busy workin…
 
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