WGN, Salah, Lake Forest discussed on Saturday Night Special with Amy Guth
Thirteen at lake forest. The lake water Tampa thirty three it is thirteen degrees. Now at the lakefront, I'm David Jennings in the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation. Whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Seven twenty WGN. Is the Saturday night special and tonight, we're talking all about sustainable food. And so who better who in the world better to bring in when we're talking about that, then the host of awesome begins the podcast here on WGN. Plus, Elizabeth alfono. Welcome Salah that you're here. I'm going to turn on the microphone and everything. Great to be here. Thanks for having me. I'm so glad you could make it. So let's just start with the podcast like talk to us a little bit about the show, and and the focus and for those who may not be familiar thing. So I decided to do the podcast. Awesome vegans because I myself went plant based, and I just a lot of people were like, yeah, I'm doing that too. I know there's something there. And a lot of people were like, wow, that's freaky. About hold up. That's not so freaky. I mean, just working in some vegetables. It's not the end of the world, folks. So I thought, you know, I'm gonna do this podcast which shows how many interesting diverse cool people are already doing this. And they're doing it because they really want to save the planet make differences for their cardiac health, they care about animal welfare. Or even if they're not like freaky animal lovers. Like, I am all animals, but they just know like, hey, I saw that video. I'm not down with that. Right. So people do see that and get like, well, I don't want to support my dollars with that. So I thought you know, there's a lot of people doing great things in this space. But the there's a hesitation to be open to it. So I thought I'm going to interview these people and really kind of break open. How many exciting people are in this space. So I've interviewed Moby I've interviewed Billy Corrigan..