17 Burst results for "Bell Campo"

"bell campo" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

05:53 min | 3 weeks ago

"bell campo" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"And that's the story that i need to tell customers and i also think it's like the company is set out to scale regenerative agriculture. And were it. Now we've grown into being a community of climate positive forms bell campo in twenty twenty net of everything net of all the cow farts in the fedex boxes on the trucks and the restaurant everything sequestered twenty four thousand tonnes of carbon immi company. You know and it's like that by doing that vision building that it's like it's a big th- ross. It's gonna be a long term change. We've got fix the climate and sort of now. It's like the biggest i can do to. My customers is owned the problem. But really focus on fixing the problem and keep focus on that north star which is like can. We make meet climate positive. Yeah no. I think like you know because people knew about our relationship. Obviously you've been on. This show like people asked us what we thought and i was like. I'm gonna wait to talk to on it. Because i know the mission behind what you're doing and i know who you are know what you've built and so like. I knew that i knew you were going to handle that the way you did which is and i think you handled it. Well i think you still have all your customers or more people anyone. That's judging any of this when you're building a massive company like michael said it's not an author shocking to be perfection and that's boring if there was there's going to be things you got a lot of employees there's a lot of different personalities things to handle things are going to happen and then you pivot and you fix set and you're doing what you're doing which is so smart. You said you're actually fixing the problem and going towards that northstar you look at like sustainable. And how and tell me from saying more. Sustainable health.

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"bell campo" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

04:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"bell campo" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"Thanks what is your favorite thing about campo if you're ordering What's your order. I always get while. I mix it up sometimes but my favorite is kito bind bell campo burger and do the kito bonds of the company called misfits which space up nor counts delicious ominous coconut flour bun and then we have our half-pound volcano murder which i always get medium rare and that is just bomb. It's really filling. it's really delicious. It's just like i think about It's like such a nami like mommy. Rich tastes and that burger did the very start of the company. So that's my first menu of the company in two thousand twelve. That burger was the recipe. That i did that. I think the only thing that still on the menu from that first many now the fast burger i did in twenty fourteen When i opened up in downtown los angeles to have a more affordable has. That's the that area. It's like that we wanted to have also like things that just in general fraud range of price points. I launched the fasi at a five dollar price point with three ounces of mean and now of course it's a bit more expensive and we do it typically with a double patty but those are the two kind of like leaders and you know we started the company really with more of like it was going to be kind of a simple cafe. Built it up and people wanted like this like expensive meat it wanna in a fancier format we then pivoted to make it fancier but then the world evolved right end folks that were interested in health and fitness got interested in grass-fed and finished and all of a sudden. There was a demand for more like fast casual with pry with really prime ingredients. And that's where we've landed now just basically fast casual with top notch ingredients. What do you think the secret to entrepreneurship as i mean everything that you're talking about. It's so entrepreneurial you said you launched a burger for five dollars downtown very entrepreneur..

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"bell campo" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

Green Eggs and Dan

02:45 min | Last month

"bell campo" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

"Place for a dinner party. I don't think you're getting invited back. The trainer chose charles. shaw stachel. The charles shod charles shaw. I don't want the the yellow. What's the one the yellow one with the kangaroos. The yellow town yellowtail. I want yellow tail. Like i'm going all out. I'm getting the best ingredients like hand for this thing. I'm going to bell. Campo i'm going huntington meets. I'm getting good shit. I'm going to impress you with food and then you bring a. It's not fair now. Yeah i agree i actually. I haven't done that quite crazy. But i do understand. I will always bring like a nicer bottle of wine. Yeah lali my go-to is i'm bringing. I got a bunch of. Did you watch that. Show salt acid fat heat. Whatever it's called it's on netflix. There's this chef mean nas rat and she's like she goes all over the world and in her japan episode which. I don't know if you've ever been to japan. First of all their food. Culture is probably the most exciting in the world but they have these like wacky things that she showcased in her show like one was a soy sauce. That is like made in the last soy sauce. Factory that still uses wooden old wooden barrels to age the soy sauce. And there's this one old man manning the you know the brew and it's like that is cool. So i bought a bunch of those and i give those as gifts or there was like like a japanese salt factory where they make salt by picking seaweed out from the depths of the ocean and then drying the salt on the seaweed so the seaweed has the salt has a little cd flavor to it interesting. Got a bunch of bags of that shit guests and guess what fifteen bucks fifteen bucks. Yeah i told everyone your secret. Fifteen dollars gift grant we can. We can edit on this show. I edit that out. I hold on. Let me just just. I had three hundred fifty bucks. And we'll just edit. We'll just splice that in.

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"bell campo" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:23 min | 2 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Place we all die which is why you should go to ladder. Life dot com slash likes to see if you're instantly approved. That's ladder spelled. L. a. d. d. e. r. life dot com slash. Lex once again for the seats. In the back that's ladder life dot com slash lacks. This show is also sponsored by the tampa farms. mission is to deliver meet. You can feel good about meat. That is good for you. Good for animals and good for the planet. Kampe animals graze on open pastures seasonal grasses resulting. You meet this higher nutrients and healthy fats. Bell campo has been the best meat of ever eaten at home. I've been basically eating Camp ground beef like one pack is one pound so ye two of those day and has been incredible. It tastes incredible as i talk about with On your for nod in a previous podcast. It's represents humane treatment of animals. I mean it was a an incredible experience from to Visit the farm to talk to anya to see the animals graze in the open pasture but also the process to see the the slaughterhouse to see the butchering the cooking sitting under the stars looking at the fire. Just thinking about the whole cycle of life. You should definitely check out that episode as we talk about cooking as we talk about regenerative farming as we talk about the ethical treatment of animals..

"bell campo" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:05 min | 2 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Place we all die which is why you should go to ladder. Life dot com slash likes to see if your instantly approved. That's ladder spelled. L. a. d. d. e. r. life dot com slash. Lex once again for the seats. In the back that's ladder life dot com slash lacks. This show is also sponsored by the tampa farms. mission is to deliver meet. You can feel good about meat. That is good for you. Good for animals and good for the planet. Kampe animals graze on open pastures seasonal grasses resulting. You meet this higher nutrients and healthy fats. Bell campo has been the best meat of ever eaten at home. I've been basically eating Camp ground beef like one pack is one pound so ye two of those day and has been incredible. It tastes incredible as i talk about with On your for nod in a previous podcast. It's represents humane treatment of animals. I mean it was a an incredible experience from to Visit the farm to talk to anya to see the animals graze in the open pasture but also the process to see the the slaughterhouse to see the butchering the cooking sitting under the stars looking at the fire. Just thinking about the whole cycle of life. You should definitely check out that episode as we talk about cooking as we talk about regenerative farming as we talk about the ethical treatment of animals..

"bell campo" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Amazing there's you know there's plenty of certifications that you know grass-fed and finished his also great but their work arounds for those you can have certified organic feedlots. You can have grasped finished which is in animal feted grassy pellet. Those aren't things that we do here. Right and regenerator captures that. Because if you're anything you're isolating these very specific certifications. You doesn't have a holistic approach regenerative though unfortunately isn't certified yet we've gotten. Usda approval to use that word based on our carbon sequestration data but it's not a regulated term. So that's kind of the mix right now to figure out how to documented and it's not totally clear what it means like for pigs and chickens which are omnivores. It's very clear for ruminants. Which are animals that have a room in that. Eat grass for omnivores. Which is what we are it. They eat primarily green in farming operations. And that's a little bit more complex says kind of a moving landscape but regenerative as a word is the better definition of the whole life cycle approach of letting animals and nature work together. Is it true that it's possible to have a farm that doesn't produce sort of his carbon-neutral we've been third party. Verified to be carbon impact. Negative bell campos twenty five thousand acres in animals. Here they in the all of the carbon including from our shipping on our mail order is all offset by the amount of grazing. That's happening also that that encompasses our partner firms we we by a number of live animals from other partner firms. That's their impacts also incorporated. That i mean i saw this incredible and second of all. Is that possible to scale. I don't see why it isn't. I mean it's it's complex to scale. But i mean we're putting people on the moon in they give a robotic dog. I mean but those are some. That's more that's less about scale that's more innovation. It's like in many ways. What about campus is innovative at a small scale..

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"bell campo" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"The following is a conversation with anya. Fernald co-founder of bell camp of farms that was founded with the purpose to create meat. That's good for people. The planet and the animals specifically treating their animals as ethically as possible in this she sought to revolutionize the meat industry from the inside out. She's also scholar and practitioner of regenerative agriculture. And she's a chef who has appeared many times judge on iron chef plus. She has one of my favorite food related instagram's on top of that. She's also a longtime friend of andrew. Cuban which is how. I got connected. Quick mention of our sponsors gala games athletic greens forcing matic and fundraise. Check them out in the description support spot guests as a side note. Let me say that. I got a chance to visit and spend a few days with anya at belco farms in northern california. I met many animals there from cows two pigs and saw the amazing land on which they grazed. I butchered meat. I washed on your cook. Many amazing meals. I ate raw meat and cooked meat and spend long hours at the bonfire talking with friends and listening to the sounds of nature. I hiked swam in a cold mountain lake and slept in a tent underneath the stars. It was an amazing eye opening experience. Especially in my first ever visit to a slaughterhouse. The term slaughterhouse is haunting in itself. The animals i met lived a great life. But in the end they were slaughtered in the most ethical way possible but slaughtered nevertheless seeing animals. With whom just the day before made a connection be converted to meet that i then consumed was deeply honest to me. This ethical farm bell campo represents less than one percent of animals raised in the united states. The rest is factory farmed. I cannot escape. The thought of the forty to fifty billion animals worldwide raised in terrible conditions on these factory farms. I spent most of my life thinking about and being in contact with human suffering for the landscape of suffering in the minds of conscious beings is much larger than humans. I must admit. I still am haunted by human suffering more than animal suffering. Perhaps it will one day. See the wrong me. Drawing such a line either way the visit to bill kampe farms made me realize that i have not thought deeply enough about the ethics of my choices and the choices of human civilization with respect to animals and more importantly i have not thought or learned enough about large-scale solutions to alleviate animal suffering bell campo spending the way on this and is the reason i wanted to show my support for their and onions efforts in regenerative farming and ethical treatment of animals as usual. I'll do a few minutes of ads now. No ads in the middle. I think those get in the way the conversation. I tried to make these interesting. But i give you time stamps. If you skip please still check out the sponsors by clicking links in the description it is the best way to support this podcast. I'm very picky but the sponsors we'd take on so hopefully if you buy their stuff you give value out of it just as i have speaking value. Let's talk about games. This show sponsored by gala games a fascinating new sponsor. They've created a gaming ecosystem on a blockchain were in game. Assets are nf nfc's the you can keep trade in a game and outside the game the are attracting big game designers and I think have a real chance to revolutionize would a means to play video games since you can take items in one game and carry them outside of that game and over to another game. Maybe a late version of that game. Once diablo four comes out..

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"bell campo" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"The following is a conversation with anya. Fernald co-founder of bell kampe farms that was founded with the purpose to create meat. That's good for people. The planet and the animals specifically treating their animals as ethically as possible in this she sought to revolutionize the meat industry from the inside out. She's also scholar and practitioner of regenerative agriculture. And she's a chef who has appeared many times judge on iron chef plus. She has one of my favorite food related instagram's on top of that. She's also a longtime friend of andrew. Cuban which is how. I got connected. Quick mention of our sponsors gala games athletic greens forcing matic and fundraise. Check them out in the description support spot guests as a side note. Let me say that. I got a chance to visit and spend a few days with anya at belco farms in northern california. I met many animals there from cows two pigs and saw the amazing land on which they grazed. I butchered meat. I washed on your cook. Many amazing meals. I ate raw meat and cooked meat and spend long hours at the bonfire talking with friends and listening to the sounds of nature. I hiked swam in a cold mountain lake and slept in a tent underneath the stars. It was an amazing eye opening experience. Especially in my first ever visit to a slaughterhouse. The term slaughterhouse is haunting in itself. The animals i met lived a great life. But in the end they were slaughtered in the most ethical way possible but slaughtered nevertheless seeing animals with from just the day before made connection be converted to meet that i then consumed was deeply honest to me. This ethical farm bell campo represents less than one percent of animals raised in the united states. The rest is factory farmed. I cannot escape. The thought of the forty to fifty billion animals worldwide raised in terrible conditions on these factory farms. I spent most of my life thinking about and being in contact with human suffering for the landscape of suffering in the minds of conscious beings is much larger than humans..

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"bell campo" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

07:41 min | 2 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Taking one of my most things i've ever been proud of and i. I can't remember exactly what i said. Honestly i'm gonna. I'm sure i could dig it up. But it came out houses as and i was upset and i was like how do you take one of my accomplishments and make it about a man who i chote never chose to work with. Have nothing to do with nothing to do with my project whatsoever and the person was like said so sorry. I didn't think about it like that. I think this is the announcement of something. I've worked hard on which doesn't involve my own sexual assault so starting my own my own experiences in the world some sort of like i just responded upset and then in the morning her friend came after me started hitting me with articles and how you victim shamed victim blaine but it wasn't clear to me that that person coming to me was a victim and i don't know their story exactly but again. This is the still being defensive. You know what. I'm saying And she's basically sort of like at me at me like you have a responsibility with the amount of followers. You have blah blah blah blah. And i eventually just came issues. Basically saying you need to do this and you need to do that and so it's not helping. I'm still spinning. I stepped away the night before in the wrap me right back up again in the morning. And it's like i'm fighting with this person who'd l- who says this is my favorite people. Say you need to do some soul-searching please get away from me forever. I'm just sort of late after all the work. I've done to even still be on this planet because of that. Don't tell me that you know what i mean. Don't want and so what how it included was. I admitted i didn't understand that. That woman was coming to me for help as in. She was hurt by that man. It just felt like someone was saying. You're with an abuser. Why would you do that now. And so i was defending myself but what happened was i ended up of course reporting it to the executives. I worked with and said this is what what came to me. What was told to me letting you know and you should look into it. So that's all. I can do right tight today. Totally it's a it's a. It's a very interesting space to exist in once. You outspoken about one thing. People are expected to be outspoken about literally. Everything and i think instinct as women is to go. Oh god i must. I must muscle mass. I think met. Nah so more inclined. Just go on my fucking problem and no one should feel like. That's not my fucking problem but everyone should have a sense of boundary. Everyone's rate what can i cope with. What is going to send me back down the rabbit hole of my own trauma. What is going to re. What's going to rehash like bring back the thing that happened to me. Because i'm speaking about this issue. I hadn't experienced a sexual assault. Everyone's going to start talking about that case in two thousand fifteen all over again and then i might have to see that all over. That's a yeah exactly. And so. I think no one thinks about that. We have to know what we're putting in our bodies and why especially when it comes to something that we take every day rituals clean vegan friendly multi minutes formulated with high quality nutrient bioavailable forms. Your body can actually use you. Went fund sugars. Gmo's major allergens that fillers or artificial colorants rituals delayed release capsule designed delivers high quality nutrient including vitamin d. Three in just two daily pills and it makes taking your vitamins. Easy you was. What nutrient yo taking. And where they come from thanks to rituals one of a kind visible supply chain now available for everyone ritual. 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Animals raised slowly naturally moronic pastures on climate positive farms resulting in meat that is healthier than conventional meat and rich and bioavailable vitamins minerals healthy. Fats tastes the bell. Kampe difference for yourself head over to bell campo dot com forward slash podcast to start your belt. Campus subscription today and get free shipping plus ten percent of each and every order and for a limited time. Get thirty dollars off your first three boxes when you use the code podcast. That's ten dollars off each of the first three deliveries for your subscription offers expire july seventh. Two thousand twenty one valid for first time. Subscriptions only limit one per household and cannot be combined with other offers valid within the contagious. Us whereabout campo ships. I do want to return back to something that you said a couple of minutes ago. Were you saying that you. I wish i'd never spoken out about it. And i was wondering do you. Do you feel that way. Is there any part of you. That feels about me being a little brat you know. I don't completely human feeling. I just wonder you know. I've spoken about my physical house before and then been gas lit internationally about it and then regretted educating people about my disability. Just i wish i'd never said anything. And even though it's meant so much to so many tens of thousands of people who have the same condition. I there are many days where i was like. God i wish i had never. I wish i'd never spoken about that. I wish i'd never been. But i think if i were to zoom out and if i look back on my life when i made t- i'll still glad that i'm someone who so outspoken. About these things neom not that. I'm trying to guide you towards you now saying the same. I'm just saying i. I just wonder because. I think part of responsibility. I guess what i'm worried about. Is that anyone listening to this. Would be like shit okay. I should never come full. I think and that also and that's also totally fine. If that's how you feel listening to this. But i also just want to say that our responsibility after listening to what beth is saying. What we have to do is change the system. We have become more supportive of other women. We have to change the way in which we allow men around us women around anyone around us to speak off even just in private about people who come out and talk about this. We have to change the whole culture because of this happening to people with as much power as myself will beth. You can only imagine what's happening to anyone listening to this podcast at the who office exactly. And i think that's just like guess. The tough part is kind of like what. I went back to saying there. I was really. I'm grateful to a lot of comics. Who supported me. New me is known for years and a lot of humans individuals on his planet who shared their feelings in love and express their gratefulness. And i'm friends with a woman who saw it on the news and left an abusive husband and we.

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"bell campo" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

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"bell campo" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

03:32 min | 3 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on The Ready State

"I don't like pork and lisa's. Lisa's disappointed she's so disciplined heritage. And she's just like. I don't even know you. I like from but the idea. Like i enter it with liking shred part of the heritage. Anyway this way back. I love bel canto pork. I love the pork ahead in germany as a kid like people are like like in this movement is like baker and bacon everything baking begging begging housing. And take it or leave. It aren't really love bacon. But i love your bacon. I don't know if i can say that. In a non creepy love all the women here like writing the time down for hr time you know. I just really have to say that it is interesting that you know. I had this aversion to meet the just didn't love. And then when i fell in love with campo i something like oh pork. is back on the menu and it really is a relationship to those animals. I also think this can be kinda wu pork of the most similar to humans in terms of dna in definitely kind like they're the most intelligent. They're smarter than dogs. They totally sense fear. When they're in. The i mean. There's actual like an energetic load in confinement pork that i think people can be sensitive to serving comment. You know i also think pork is incredibly incredibly textually impacted through growth. So everything's impacted by speed of growth musculature. More slowly tends to be finer compact more tender but in pork noticed the greatest difference Between the slow growing pork that's free range and the confinement for just that it's not rotates it's called and sweet and tender so if any were or could be science but like somewhere in the others throats are cephas magic. I think it's magic but you really brings back to the idea that you know. I'm not choosing to eat about campo necessarily because it's better for the environment. Or more sustainable. It's better it tastes so good. And i think that's we always lose track of that a little bit like gillette nine are like hey you know you should engage in these behaviors because your body will feel better not because you may have knee rabies. Someday you know. I think the media sometimes that gets lost in this conversation as this. How tasty your food is so. Thank you awesome. Well come back soon and ask them to. And emma one request when i come to camp. Can we make like herbs lardo together. That's my personal request. Break giant tub of lardo. Back to my house we can. I can get you some back fat and we can. We can teach you how to make lardo homes that she it's easy shortcut To make it home to. I'm i'm i'm stocking instagram right now. For lardo so where can people follow you and all of the amazing cooking and other things you're doing so bell campo macos are handle and i am at on your for final mecam's you can come visit the farm. You can also just go on. Hit camp to say there. But most importantly go to bell campo dot com and get some meat. We just launched subscriptions And so will be really able to. I think for many of your customers are eating for wellness and health and have kind of like consistency monthly. It's a great way to get some value because we do offer a discount and you can get up to you whatever cadence you'd like weekly by inflates so websites now.

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"bell campo" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:10 min | 4 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"That's in near embiid. Asli with an i. And if you're interested go learn more about them at an dot com slash perspectives. There's a lot of interesting content on there to read. Listen and even watch. That's an i dot com slash perspectives. This show is also sponsored by bell campo farms whose mission is to deliver meet. You can feel good about meat. That is good for you. Good for the animal's good for the planet bell campbell. Animals graze on open pastures and seasonal grasses resulting meat that is higher in nutrients and healthy fast. Plus it is dammed delicious. A mexico to visible campo farms next week man time flies next week and i'm actually going to get a chance to hang out with the founder anya vernal. She's gonna show me how to cook certain things jamir on the farm. We're gonna actually probably do a podcast. Probably do a podcast like outside if it's all possible which is going to be a new experience. He's a great chef. Obviously knows a lot about ethical me and also just a really interesting person so i look forward to that experience. It's almost like a mini vacation. If i'm not too lazy also gonna go on. A hike is in northern california but campbell farms. It's incredible out there. Anyway you.

"bell campo" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"The following is a conversation with jeremy surrey. A historian at ut austin whose research interests and writing are on modern american history with an eye towards presidents and general individuals who wielded power quick mention of our sponsors element monk pac bell campo for sigmatic and eight sleep. Check them out in the description to support this podcast as a side note. Let me say that in these conversations for better or worse. I seek understanding not activism. I'm not left nor right. I love ideas. Not labels and most fascinating ideas are full of uncertainty tension and trade offs labels destroy that i try ideas out. Let them breath for time. Try to challenge explore and analyze. But mostly i trust the intelligence of you the listener to think and to make up your own mind together with me. I will try to have. Economists and philosophers on from all points on the multidimensional political spectrum including the extremes. I will try to both have an open mind and to ask difficult questions when needed. I'll make mistakes. Don't shoot this robot. At the first sign of failure. I'm still under development pre release version zero point one as usual a few minutes of as now no ads in the middle as listening. I hate those. Give you time stem. So if you skip please check out. The sponsors by clicking on links and description is the way to support this podcast. I'm very picky with the sponsors. Which eight con so. Hopefully if you buy their stuff you'll find value in it just as i have. His episode is sponsored by element electrolyte. Drink mix spelled l. m. n. t. I've been doing a lot of kito and carnivore diets and fasting. And i think the number one thing to get those rights is to get your electrolytes specifically sodium potassium magnesium. That's where elements has been really helpful for me. Both when i'm exercising fasting all that kind of stuff. It really does make a huge difference. You know the thing that people talk about the kito diet is you get this kind of what they call kito flu. We feel groggy. There's headaches all the kind of stuff and that really most of the time could be fixed with getting the electrolytes into your system. Making sure you drink a lot of water and getting electrolytes element just makes it very easy to get that mix correct olympians use it tech people use it. I swear by this stuff. Try it at drink. Element dot com slash flex. That's drink elleman. T dot com slash lex..

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"bell campo" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

04:34 min | 7 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"Think we have to sort of personalized nutrition. There's a whole section in the book. One of the principals is how do you leverage personalized nutrition for your health. And so so combining those two ideas food is medicine and personalized nutrition. I it guides everything else then within each category food we get to say okay if you're gonna eat meat. What should you meeting if you're gonna eat vegetables. Which ones should you be eating. If you're gonna eat nuts and seeds which ones should meeting and why and then we kind of go down a rabbit hole of was the. What's the the perfection right. I would love to eat only a wild elk. it's growing in last goes pristine is never touched a pesticide. Whenever so i kind of have to go now. What is the sitting next to me. I can get some grass fed meat from bell campo meets or from mariposa ranch or from you know another inside..

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"bell campo" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"bell campo" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"The following is a conversation with jim. Keller his second time. In the podcast. Jim is a legendary microprocessor architect and is widely seen as one of the greatest engineering minds the competing age in a peculiar twist of space time in our simulation. Jim is also a brother-in-law of jordan. Johnson we talk about this and about computing artificial intelligence consciousness and life quick mention of our sponsors athletic greens. All one attrition. drink brooklyn cheats express. Vpn and bell campo grass fed meat. Click the sponsored links to get discount at the support this as a side note. Let me say that. Jim is someone who on a personal level. Inspired me to be myself. There was something in his words on and off. Mike or perhaps even paid attention to me at all. That almost told me your kid. A kind of pat on the back that can make the difference between the mind that flourishes and a mind that is broken down by the cynicism of the world. So i guess that's just my brief you words of thank you to jim and general gratitude for the people who have given me a chance on this podcast in my work and in life if you enjoy this thing subscribe ign youtube review an apple. Podcast follow on spotify supporter on patriae on connect with me on twitter. Alexei friedman as usual. I'll do a few minutes of is now and no ads in the.

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"bell campo" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"bell campo" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

"Fried Zucchini nuggets some girls junior nothing nothing nothing thrown in the garbage on the checks. Zucchini get sound like you never had the fried Zucchini and get some. Zucchini nuggets like in general like F- had fry had keen fries the. it's like mushy. What actually my favorite Burger side dish is off. You're going to get it unless you've talked about it but I don't think we don't think we're going to get it but let me guess it's it can be anything. Anything I guess what you're. GonNa. Say Him. There's so much pressure. Your favorite is this for side. It's from a restaurant. La is a side that comes with Burger. You're GONNA get it. Okay. Hold on. Let me guess. Is it. Is it beer battered? Is a Pretzel Bites. No. But I do like the idea of does eating more bread. Sandwich no actually at Bell Campo, Fast Burger. We're both milk. Milk, but they started their whole like Fast Food Burger outlets trained compete with shake shack shake shack La and they make one of the best fast food hamburgers. I've ever had these dried steak trimmings and they're only like five six dollar hamburgers. But these really quality product and one of their sides that they have they have. Potato fries but they just have like deep fried Brock Illini. They say, Broccoli and has it in the Fryer and then they just like pull it out and just dress in some sort of quick lemon vinaigrette and to me it's the perfect site because like I love rise, we've talked about the idea of cold catch up on hot fried juxtaposed against Burger and how that is one of the most sublime food experiences you can have. A Burger that has like pickles and produce in sauce and all this, and then the fries almost like this pallet cleanser afterwards but I think onion rings could maybe fall in that same. Plane and starchy. Plane, I would not use a plane to describe an onion ring what flavors you get. Onion and then he was already on the. Plane. As close to plane Onions literally aromatic for so aromatic sir, your have you ever had a potato ring. No but that'd be a great meeting of the mind great meeting of the minds the they have what them at. Disneyland and I another kid, it's this is anthony. And I think it's probably done in a factory where it's like piped into a circle. But the potato and they like pipe it new circle and they freeze it and they battered and fry it not Fried Potato Rings. I would much rather have potato readings with a little bit of. Laugh. So hard when. There's one person in the comments. Sling and no one else. Potato. got. Biscuits. French fries. And Fried Danger. Portrait, of, link. Look. Exactly. Like.

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"bell campo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"bell campo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Tuesday on talk radio five sixty ks. Look for the Super Bowl. I'm pulling for the patriots. No doubt about it. I like the bay area guys like Brady like edleman. I know that what the quarterback of the Rams is from Barron. So what I hear member didn't quarterback quarterback with Iran. Remember, we're back for the Rams off the guy from Cal. Oh, okay. Okay, nevada. Well, seeing that I've I've stopped and Marin I've lived here for a long time. The number of times, I've actually start Marin is a drive through for me the number of times, I've stopped. There could be counted on two hands. So Marin person. I'm not Marin person I'm not into the I'm not into what the Toyota Land Rovers and labrador dogs. Beautiful beautiful, but we're more beautiful bell bell Campo burger and Miran which is unbelievable. Yeah. That that's delicious. That's it's just a stone's throw from San Quentin. But it's really good. Well, listen, I mean, the heart of the bay area's the peninsula. I mean, San Francisco in the peninsula San Francisco put well, okay. San Francisco peninsula, Oakland. A little south thereof. That's that's the traditional old school heart of the bay area. Yeah. Like used to be like the country. So here's the deal. So I'm pulling for the patriots. I I'm saying this to bug people. I don't care. The the bottom line is. I'm looking at these salaries, this is really fascinating. So the highest paid players in Super Bowl Super Bowl fifty three. So. I'll start with Brady. He's number three total cash this year fifteen million dollars. Todd gurley. Rams running back. Total cash this year twenty two million dollars. Aaron Donald you're thinking what he's our? He's the Rams defensive tackle. Or he's the ram. He's one of the Rams defensive tackles this guy twenty eighteen forty one million dollars after the Super Bowl billion dollar forty one million dollars. You do. You think he's going to be taunting Tom Brady? Well, okay. Here's one guy than you. Here's one guy who did taught. Now, this is interesting because generally speaking in football, they don't do that, you know, they're usually pretty cool with one another. Because they know it can turn around and bite him. And so you've got the Los Angeles Rams quarterback. Nick, I think is pronounced nickel or nickel nickel Roby Coleman. I just Roby Coleman. I just know. It's a big name on the back of his jersey. So Robie Coleman has risked the wrath of Tom Brady Brady because he claimed that age finally caught up with Brady. So it's you know, they have all these interviews before the game. And he pops off and tells the Bleacher report age has definitely taken a toll for him to still be doing it. Well, that's a great compliment for him. But I think he's definitely not the same quarterback was so now this becomes a story. You know? Okay. So now, you're you're taking on Brady. Okay. Great. You're you're criticizing Brady. So now, he ends up turning it around yesterday say, no, no, no, I'm sorry. My words were taken out of context. Everybody just made a big deal out of the situation. Tom Brady is a great quarterback. I wasn't trying to say anything bad about him. I respect him as the goat. Now. A lot of you who don't understand football are saying. Oh, well, well, well, what does he goat greatest of all time? I respect him as the goat. He's the legend. And I think words got misconstrued. Wow. This guy got spend out of context. How man this guy's backtracking? He's backpedaling for three football field wants at this point. He's still running backwards. There is proven science that trash-talking motivates the so-called victim. Yes, it motivates. And the other thing is that. Yeah. It it certainly does Tom Brady Tom Brady. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's the deal. So that's he spun around pretty quick the Rams as tons Brady of rage. The Super Bowl backtracks quickly. Howard schultz. I didn't know what the Navis book this, the former chairman of Starbucks billionaire? I mean, truly he's built a great company. There's no question about that. He's put a lot of lot of mom and pops out of business, including our good friend. Lana who had a great place in San Francisco. She got Starbucks. Yeah. But but anyway, the name of his book from the ground up. Clever from the ground from the ground up. A journey to reimagined the promise of America. So okay. This guy's he's on his book tour, which is also his this is sort of his test to see if he's going to run for president or not. And of course, we were talking about that yesterday. And everybody's talking about that. Because it's interesting that he's running as a centrist, independent a centrist independent. So as a centrist independent that means he's not Republican or democrat. But when you look at his positions, he's he's not just a democrat. He's a progressive democrat with a billion dollars. So the deal is he speaking, and it's all very Quainton and all very proper and prim, and everybody's there to kiss up to this guy and hear what he has to say. And there's a heckler charity have the heckler. I said, oh good. There's a heckler. This guy's loud and articulate, and he startles Howard Schultz and the interviewer when he says this I am seriously considering running for president as a centrist independent, and I wanted to clarify the word independent which view merely as a designation on the ballot. What?.

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