35 Burst results for "Food Chain"

Women Making A Difference In The Community

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

03:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Women Making A Difference In The Community

"Ladies. Thank you for joining me today here. Yeah it's great to get time to sit down with you guys you know. It seems like we were talking about before we jumped on. The schedules are crazy right now. It almost seems like it's busier now than it ever was before all running in different directions. So it's nice to get a few minutes to sit down and chat. I was wondering if we could jump in. And maybe start with you chris because There's a a very long history between our companies that may even go back and predate you some extent so back thirty plus years ago. My mom worked with richie on the It was his first location for believe it was everything. Yogurt won't think they landed on the staten island mall back. Then you know going back. Three decades plus and watching what you've grown into a several hundred acre amazing campus millions of square feet of hotel hospitality restaurants offices. What has it been like. You know being part of a team. That's grown so exponentially over the last thirty years. Well i've been so blessed to know. The nicole davis since nineteen ninety eight when i worked elsewhere awesome just i knew them as magnificent. Staten islanders and abso- impressed with them as business. People came to work with them in two thousand and eight. And since then i will say that they. They are wonderful business. People there magnanimous people. They're also great teachers. So james one of the things that's been such the the benefit that i can't list in the employee handbook is how much i've learned from them every single day since i started here If i'm being honest and candid nothing in my career or education would have would have said a perfect fit to work in real estate and hospitality. My degrees were in it But what they do is they have such vision. And i think going back to those everything yogurt days you could see it then in nineteen seventy six to say you know what the fast food market is missing healthy food back in the seventies when would to S food chain in. We have very limited offering. You wouldn't be getting a side salad. That's for sure but richard nicole tra- saw an opening in the market. And that really has been the thing that has been the game for them. So yes your mom was wonderful and finding you know working with them on that location for the mall. Their first location ever for their franchise was near wall street in manhattan So you know. The magnificent thing is to see them. Staten islanders with You know taking loans building a business through risk and hard work and building it to as you said a four hundred acre five hundred employees one and a half million square foot asset to our

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Man-Made Operations Present Serious Threat To Ocean Biodiversity

Why It Matters

02:42 min | Last month

Man-Made Operations Present Serious Threat To Ocean Biodiversity

"Fish contend with evermore relentless methods other threats are looming over their survival the many other activities in the oceans that perhaps go a little bit under the radar or not as indata as fisheries for example coastal zone development the removal of mangroves and see grosses for a number of purposes from mineral extraction to the building marinas to the expansion of bet's to dragging of harbors lots of those activities that perhaps one does not think so much in terms of the impact. That is the first thing. Second of course. Oil exploration and such activities that do have significant impacts most of those activities. Take place with a narrow band from the continental shelf. They will be largely within the first fifty kilometers from the coast. That is the area of the oceans that he's particularly impacted. And i'm including here. Pollution issues runoff from agriculture production. Lots of nutrients are end up in the plastic pollution and the like those areas of a highly impacted when it comes to high-seas further away from the coast than the major impact really is climate change because the ocean place a very significant role in regulating the climate for example ninety percent of the additional heat that we have produced as a result of global warming sits in the ocean and a quarter of the carbon emissions that we emit are in the ocean so the ocean has a very very significant rolling climate regulation and also a significant impact in fact. It is the geographical area that will suffer the impact of climate change. Most so when you think about temperature change what you'll see is that organisms adopt that so all fish tend to have an environmental window. They feel comfortable in and that environmental wind might be safe from seventeen to eighteen degrees if those seventeen to eighteen degrees move physically because the water is warming they will move without water and so we expect a number of species to move to. What's the polls in both directions. So that's the first impact changes in distribution. There will be also changes in production. Some species will see a decrease in production another son increasing production all that has huge implications for food production in the ocean at all levels if you can imagine for example. A fisherman suddenly going out to sea not finding the face that they're used to fishing on it's not that easy to change to another species to fish because some of them require different boats different gear on different technology and different expertise. That goes all the way. The food chain all the way up to humans.

Peggy Brusseau discusses her new book, "The Contented Vegan"

Read Between the Lines

03:32 min | Last month

Peggy Brusseau discusses her new book, "The Contented Vegan"

"How was the contented vegan difference the other things that you've written well it includes as i say it includes a little bit of the thought process behind choosing a plant based diet So i have one whole section called thinking deeper which discusses things like the food chain Plant life animal life and animal welfare as well as the issue of rights. Do we have a right to use the land in the way. We're doing to use animals in the way we're doing so a broad range of thinking processes included in it as well as an emphasis on health and securing health and building good health as well as on family life. You could say stretch that into social life as well so that the the vegan diet or the plant based diet is not considered a problem or a nuisance. That it's normalized ya. Yeah so what. I've done is i've tried to write the contented vegan in a way that is rather more an invitation to people to to try even. If it's just one meal a week that is scheduled to be plant. Based that's step forward in my opinion. And i've tried to make the book a tool kit really so that people who who want to try but don't really know where to start. I can kind of hold their hand a little bit. So for instance. The early on the book. I've introduced what. I call the eighty twenty rule which everyone is familiar with in some form in some aspect of their life and all it is applied to the plant based i had all it is is to to say having look at what you've eaten in the past few days over the past week and decide which you know how much of that is plant based already and generally approximately eighty percent of a person's diet even if they call themselves an omnivore or a meat eater. Approximately eighty percent is already plant. Based i've given the example of a burger. If you take out the burger and replace it with a bean burger you probably have an entirely plant based meal. Just that simple exchange if there's mayo or if there's cheese you can also swapped those for plant based version and have something that looks almost identical to meet based meal so very simple steps can alter the balance And make a meal. It resembles a your normal bill in every other way but make it into a plant based one so the eighty twenty rule says check it out about eighty percent is probably already plant based and all you have to work with the remaining twenty percents and you can do that gradually because there's no hurry. There's no rush to do this. It has to fit you and your circumstances and you can take a couple of years to just pick away at that twenty percent and gradually become more accustomed to a plant based diet or largely plant based diet Pick find your favorite foods and recipes Within that paradigm and then Relaxed into it. So that it's enjoyable. It suits us under your circumstances and you feel comfortable and and

Miami-Based Burger King Gets Grilled for ‘Women Belong in the Kitchen’ Tweet Supporting Female Chefs

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | Last month

Miami-Based Burger King Gets Grilled for ‘Women Belong in the Kitchen’ Tweet Supporting Female Chefs

"And all this international women's Day. Miami based Burger King is facing whopper sized blowback for a string of controversial tweets. The fast food chain started the threat from their UK stores account. With a tweet that read. Women belong in the kitchen. They followed that up by announcing a scholarship program to help women pursue culinary careers. Some Twitter users have called on the company to take down the tweet. One user produced a picture that showed the first two tweets can be combined and accused the company of using sexism as Clickbait. The tweets came on International

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Here are the 10 best places to work in 2021, according to company employees

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Here are the 10 best places to work in 2021, according to company employees

"Is Number one on job site Glassdoor is 100 best places to work in 2021 List. Glass Tower analyzed over 70 Million employee reviews of more than 1.3 million companies. Vein is followed by tech company and video and fast food chain in and out Burger. Others in the top 10 include Google, Microsoft, Delta, Lulu, Lemon and grocer H E B. That's your Money Now on Wall Street today. Nice

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Trader Joe's Seeds the Conversation About Plants & Plant-Based Products

Inside Trader Joe's

07:21 min | 3 months ago

Trader Joe's Seeds the Conversation About Plants & Plant-Based Products

"Plants and plant based products are certainly in these days. I remember the time when if you put the word vegan on a package it could actually hurt its sales. I swear there are things that we put the word vegan that afterwards. We're like what we do that because we killed it but maybe in the last five years in certainly more intensely in the last couple of years. We've seen this tremendous increase in customer interest for plant based foods. We have a new guest on the podcast today. I m amy. I am a category manager of a few different categories within our store deli fresh beverage and meet meatless an seafood in the frozen set. You head a lot of plant based things that are kind of obviously plant faced right like like the the juice shots for example you also manage what we call these meat analogues. The turkey lists protein patties and the protein patties. They don't say beef louis but there. That's kind of implied right. There has been huge growth in the meatless set. These new iterations of products are really going after the flexible -tarian customer and as people are looking for ways to have a healthier lifestyle improve their overall general health but then a better impact to the environment or incorporating meat. Free days meatless. Mondays in those sorts of things so these products really target customers that want the full meet experience but just a better version of it sweatshirt this as a better version of the full meet experience. Please don't i know it's implied. Did the two product types classic meat or now. New meatless does the product development sort of inform one category over the other. Like we gotta have a meatless bacon because we sell so much regular bacon or or does it work independent of what sells well in the traditional meet category. That's a great question. The new products that were developing our specific target to what does well in the meat or seafood set or chicken. For example i mean great tenders new sausage product that eats differently than our older or i should say first generation sausage links that we have. It wasn't that long ago when when we had to sort of change our expectations and we'd often wind up saying that's pretty good for vegan or vegetarian. Or an analog a stand in and now i feel like the products have changed to the point. Where oftentimes it's like. whoa. I wouldn't have known that was vegan. If you didn't tell me these days you see especially at fast. Food chains and in restaurants Like fried chicken. That actually looks like chicken. Sausage that eats tastes like sausage. It's gone beyond the burger to all those other food products that people normally crave And to get that texture in by it's really a lot more complicated than most people assume otherwise it tastes rubbery or it doesn't have that richness. doesn't cook the same to. That's been keep in mind that some of the proteins remain raw looking as opposed to really cooking and having the char in the grill so that you get that full experience not just the flavor the texture and the presentation of it. You don't have to give up your burger to have something plant based you can still enjoy those comfort foods. You just eat less calories or less fat for that occasion and you're doing something good for yourself and for the environment at the same time. Mimic mimic Animal based products. What's what sort of a holy grail product that you've not seen yet that that you're interested in in having developed bacon is one of them but then also a range of charcuterie. I have yet to really try anything that does well as far as texture and flavor. That's it's kind of more rubber which is a plant based material could could qualify fifteen years ago. I wasn't interested in picking up something that said vegan. Because experience told me it wasn't gonna taste very good. A great things taste good now. Oh they absolutely do. And even beyond just the meatless items the dips and dressings and whatnot with implant based cream cheese. I mean you would never know that you weren't eating a full cream. Cheese product tastes. It has the same mouth. Feel the same flavor profile the dips are at. That's an interesting topic because we've we've approved a number of them recently. Have i'm we're very excited to that. We have to zeki and a caramelized onion as well. That will launch in two thousand and twenty one and within panel. I wanna say everybody agreed that they actually tasted better or the same as a full dairy version. So you'd be hard pressed to differentiate them in a blind tasting. I don't think you could necessarily tell what else in the in the world of plant based stuff is top of mind for you or interesting things. You're looking forward to or. I'm looking to do more work on the seafood side. We don't have options yet within our stores for a plant based seafood product. But they're crabcakes out on the market or scallops ortona replacement so really looking more at the seafood to make sure that we've covered all of the proteins that customers are familiar with and bringing in the best versions of those. We have every single meal covered. We have breakfast options with links and patties we have burgers for lunch or even replacements for something as popular as our orange chicken so we've got a full spectrum so that you don't have to pick and choose which meal you can really incorporate it throughout your day or your week and really find what you're looking for ten years from now it will look completely different again know when you can mimic those flavors and textures. That people really love to have as part of their diet. Then they can feel freer to say okay. I'm going to have less meat in my diet. I'm not going to become a complete vegan vegetarian but maybe this day. I won't eat meat this day. I will absolutely. And i think it's becoming almost cool to say that you're you know you eat plant. Based that it's becoming more acceptable. More understood. people are trying new things so protein patties to sort of beef analog protein patties the texture is a little too soft for me for eating on a bun. Texture is a really big part of something being delicious or not Even though it's not flavor. I think one of our adams that we've really nailed on. Texture is the meatless meatballs. It's one of my family favorite items and we use it as a substitute spaghetti. All the time is just a way to swap something out. That's quick and easy you know and then add some shredded carrots and we've got plenty of plants and it's lower in fat and calories than the meat version that we sell as well and you would never know that you weren't eating meat. I think they're really great tasting meatballs. But you're not super focused on. Is it a perfect replication of the meat version. Because there's so many other flavors happening and the texture. I think to the point you just made the texture of those Meatless meatballs in the freezer. Case is perfect. They are perfectly meaty meatballs without without the meat. They're they're my personal favorite just the way you are

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Los Angeles Resumes Large-Scale Cleanups Of Homeless Encampments

All Things Considered

03:35 min | 4 months ago

Los Angeles Resumes Large-Scale Cleanups Of Homeless Encampments

"Now to Los Angeles, where city officials have resumed large scale cleanups of homeless encampments. They had stopped doing them in March at the beginning of the pandemic, in line with recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control But then trash pile ups and blocked sidewalks brought a new set of public health concerns and a a Scott Scott of of member member station station KCRW KCRW reports. reports. Type Type of of cleaning cleaning we're we're talking talking about about is is a a big big production. production. One One recently recently happened happened at at a a freeway freeway underpass underpass in in the the Wilmington Wilmington neighborhood neighborhood about 20 miles south of downtown L A. A few days ago, the street was Lined with people's belongings. There were tense up. Now the street is totally empty. There's some sanitation workers shoveling things into Big sanitation truck. Three people who've just been moved out of the encampment to sat on the sidewalk around the corner, surrounded by clothes and furniture. None wanted to do an interview. No. Okay. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends not moving people into crowded shelters where the virus might easily spread but rather letting them stay in homeless encampments as long as they can socially distance. I only did that at the start of the pandemic. The city also deployed trash pickup and handwashing stations at some large encampments, but those services have been spotty. And growing encampments have brought other health concerns and complaints. I'm going to start losing business if this doesn't get fixed. Elizabeth Machuca owns a clothing store about a mile from the freeway underpass in Wilmington. She says she's had issues lately with people going to the bathroom outside her store and believes breaking up the nearby encampment will help even though she can relate to the people there. I don't judge anybody that's homeless. I could barely, you know, pay my rent and pay my business. So homelessness is like that could happen to anybody. Cleanings are meant to deliver services rather than punishment. In addition to sanitation trucks and cops, the city sends outreach workers to shepherd people to nearby shelters and mobile showers. We already have a pandemic amongst us, and we can't afford to have another one. City Councilman Joe Boost Kayano, who represents Wilmington. Says these cleanups are important. And there are openings at three new shelters in his district, which are operating at reduced capacity for better social distancing. Knowing that we have beds available, it's actually safer for individuals living an encampment rather than sitting in their trash and their filth. Numerous public health experts would disagree. Shayla Myers is an attorney with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles who has represented people experiencing homelessness in cases against the city at the height of the pandemic to start doing cleanups now just to force people into congregate settings is unconscionable. There aren't even always beds to offer people and when there are that doesn't necessarily mean people are ready to take them. Like ELISA Suarez back in July at an encampment clean up. She said she had no plans to enter a nearby shelter. But But packing packing up up her her tent, tent, bike bike and and belongings belongings was was disruptive disruptive and and degrading. degrading. My My individual individual who's who's just just trying trying to to survive survive like like anybody anybody else. else. But But I'm I'm a a little little bit bit on on the the lower lower on the food chain. But in my heart, I really don't think so. And why are they making this move when it's coronavirus? Suarez suggested having a designated camping area with bathrooms, so people who aren't ready to go inside won't have to move. That's an idea. Some city officials are working on For NPR News. I'm Anna Scott in Los Angeles.

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How food delivery changed in 2020

Talking Tech

03:23 min | 4 months ago

How food delivery changed in 2020

"Know the way we eat food the way we deliver food the way we get food chain so radically in twenty twenty once the pandemic and so many restaurants and move to a takeout only policy and so many grocery stores. We didn't want to go in. we wanted to take. We not take out but we wanted to have our groceries delivered so many changes this year. Jeremiah alley yang. Who's an analyst with colegio insights says that historically shoppers have been slower to adopt online purchases of groceries compared to categories like tech and apparel but the pandemic change that grocery shopping in the us jumped a hundred and ten percent in daily online sales in april just after the pandemic hit and he says that only pandemic could have spurred such a rapid adoption of e commerce in the grocery category. I talked to a bunch of people recently for this article in usa. Today about how people are coping and dealing with getting their food. I talked to anna anna gurney. Who's a professor at the university of mass in amherst. Where even there at town of like forty thousand people whole foods was delivering initially. Initially you would take like a week to get the order in but as of last week you could get your stuff within two hours. alex cantor. Who is the ceo of or a firm that assists restaurants with online ordering tells me that what it was expected to happen over. The next ten years with a growth in online thing actually happened in a few months. The hallway that consumers interact with restaurants has fundamentally changed. He's been advocating that. Many restaurants will be operating in smaller venues but with bigger kitchens too because so many people have gotten so comfortable clicking buttons on their phones and using delivery apps like doordash uber eats postmates to bring the food home. Now researcher incisive predicts the digital sales will make up more than half or fifty four percent of all restaurant sales by twenty twenty five and as you know walking down the street and seeing your local restaurant is a very sad thing right now because over one hundred thousand restaurants have closed since the pandemic. And who knows what's gonna happen over the next few months. Alex kanter whose family owns the iconic. Canter's deli in los angeles sauce thirty five percent of its revenues from delivery before the pandemic a number that's now grown to one hundred percent with restaurant operandi twenty four hour basis serving mostly delivery orders. You can also drop in the door and pick up stuff in person. Post pandemic kenner believes that people will return to inside dining but not like before business. Travel will never be the same. He says there will never be a lunch. Rush from office workers again because so many people won't be returning to offices meanwhile our friend and amherst an-and gurney says the despite the growing pains while she plans to return to restaurants post pandemic she sticking with online food delivery it saves time. It's very efficient and it's reliable.

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From throat singing carols to Nerf gun hunting: How Indigenous people are celebrating the holidays

Unreserved

05:54 min | 4 months ago

From throat singing carols to Nerf gun hunting: How Indigenous people are celebrating the holidays

"I don't know about you but my family loves this time of year for us. It's really all about the food we gather at my grandma's house on six nations for a potluck style christmas eve dinner and every year. We have seafood. Uncle dave brings salmon drenched in maple syrup. My dad make seafood chowder. My cousin allen brings oysters and whoever is holding the venison pepperoni from this past years. Hunt fingers crossed brings a lot because it disappears quickly. We drink way too much. T eat way too much food and make way too much fun of each other. That is our tradition. And i'm going to miss it this year. I guess we'll just have to share a cup of tea and make fun of each other over zoom while aida shrimping alone today on the show how indigenous folks are celebrating family traditions and making meaningful connections in all kinds of innovative ways off the wall verse. They got off three walls. That's the sound of a carnival at women kong nursing home staff at the long term care facility in Mccown first nations are finding creative ways to lift the spirits of its elders. During the coronavirus pandemic the nursing home recently went viral online after posting photos of residents deer hunting with nerf guns. Cbs's gonna see. Oh dear is here to tell us more about the creative ways. The staff is keeping spirits up during these challenging times. Welcome to the show going to see you. Thanks for having me okay. So my first question is nerf guns. Yes so each week staff Akon nursing homes drives have a full calendar activities for its residents were primarily first nations for manitou island. One of those recent activities was deer hunting but not actual deer hunting stops. Set up a mini forest of christmas trees dressed up endear costumes and gave the residents some nerf guns photos as you can imagine went viral on facebook so they come up with this idea. One of the residents that he was experiencing hunting fever so the staff wanted to come up with a solution. Emily barnes is the recreation manager at the nursing home here. She is explaining more about the approach. She takes when organizing activities. Anything how much. He missed actually being avid hunter. Every year and how this time of year is kind of hard because he felt like he was truly missing out on something important. I am although the person centered approach and we cater to the individual interests of our residents The community that we come from hunting providing for their families is such an important part of life. So we try to incorporate everything that was meaningful before they came here. So i wrapped my brain and the nice lurking in the middle of the night. I thought we're going to be decorating for christmas shortly. So we own about ten christmas trees. And i thought why not set them up so i So i headed into down. And i went and i found some of the your hat on and so what kinds of activities. What other kinds of activities have they done in the last few weeks emily. Inner team have held photo shoots for residents. They had a lip sync battle and carnival. Fast food chain. Tim hortons opened on manitou island in october. The elders were able to join in the festivities too with the drive through cart serving coffee and donuts import for elders. To be a part of it. 'cause you when you think like what are your grandparents do in the afternoon a lot of them. They drink coffee. They go to tim. Horton's they meet up with their friends. And so i didn't want to miss out on this important milestone. That happened on our island. You sign sweet. We teamed up with tim. Horton and I was very fortunate. My husband's a carpenter. So he was able to make us the structure a Yeah we're able to still have them have their cup of coffee and be a part of the community celebration though. We didn't have to miss out. So what impact has this approach to recreation head on the residence in the nursing homes administrator cheryl was aiba win peltier said these activities have been so important because of the increased measures and restrictions currently in place because of the coronavirus pandemic and residents aren't the only ones enjoying it. Photos and videos of every activity or shared on social media cheryl says that these activities received tons of feedback from people across canada and the united states some joining in with their own deer hunting activities. The biggest thing i take away is other. Residents are enjoying activity we actually shared from. I think it was a home in Ohio they actually posted a video and they did the activity further residents there and i thought wow like homes are enjoying that activity and do they look like they're joining it just as much as our residents were residents have definitely noticed the attention. Their home has been receiving to this was one of the priceless reactions to the viral deer hunting activity and today. I actually just saw an elders large and aquasnap post photos of their own nerf gun hunting activity too

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Burger King Urges People to Buy Takeout -- at Other Restaurants

Business Wars Daily

03:23 min | 4 months ago

Burger King Urges People to Buy Takeout -- at Other Restaurants

"What a year. This has been so this last friday before the holidays. Here's a little sweetness. From an unexpected source burger king the multibillion dollar fast food chain is urging hungry people to buy takeout meals right now. Hardly a shocker. But here's what is in. The uk and france burger king is urging diners to eat somewhere. Else there's more to life than a whopper burger king. Uk said early this week in an instagram post. Is there really well anyway. The previous day. The government announced that london other parts of southern england would move into tier three restrictions because of rising cova rates under tier. Three restaurants pubs must close with the exception of offering takeout and delivery meals as in the us. Corona virus restrictions put thousands of small businesses and their employees at risk in response to the crisis. Burger king's instagram post extolled the virtues of variety of independent eateries. It said quote. There are many great dishes from thousands of restaurants that deserve to be as famous as the hopper for consumers. The call to action was clear. Hold off on the burgers. Independent restaurants need all our support the chain stated but the gesture went even further burger. King is pausing its own drool. Worthy burger picks and until those smaller restaurants can reopen. The chain is offering its valuable instagram. Real estate to independent restaurants for free burger king invited them to share photos of their own signature dishes on the b k account along with the hashtag walker and friends. Perhaps it's the dearth of good news. Or maybe it's because advertising someone else's product is well hardly ever done but the post went. Viral reaction was swift and almost entirely positive newspaper called money control called the campaign a noble initiative. All of a sudden. I have renewed faith in humanity. One man named bob. Hayes tweeted on twitter. Another observer commented that burger king quote has won many hearts across the globe others call the initiative bold classy an even astounding. Naturally someone couldn't resist. They called it a whopper of a campaign from a strategic perspective. The campaign is indeed a hopper that helps burger king further. It's already solid identity as a marketing mastermind. This is what an industry leader looks like. Acts like an advertises like commented copywriter. Dave delicado on linked in indeed one observer wondered what would happen if other fortune five hundred companies followed a similar playbook also on linked in ian k a manager at an israeli air traffic business. Mused imagine this happening the travel industry with a giant. like american. saying we can't get you home to israel right now but united can here's their link and safe. Travels burger king's instagram initiative follows. It's equally shocking when a month earlier with hospitality industry under siege burger king. Uk suggested followers. Patronize its actual competitors. Mcdonald's taco bell. Kfc among them. Now we have only one question for the fast food chain and it's not about pickles or fries. It's when are you going to do this in the us be k. But despite that niggling negative we have to end. Positively burger king's generosity hits. Just the right note for a world been through far too much in twenty twenty. Hopefully it shining a little good karma on the holidays just when we need it

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Bleeding Florida man walks home after shark attack

Hard Factor

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Bleeding Florida man walks home after shark attack

"A thirty nine year old. Florida man said his fate in siesta key. This week a guy who will have to beat them off with sticks for the rest of his life after he walked off a severe shark attack. Now that'll do it. Some you may have walked off a stinger. Some you may walked off a spring. Some of you may have even walked off a broken bone. but there's no more impressive walk it off situation than an attack from a non mammal. Who's at the top of their food. Chain this is pretty impressive. it is bad ass. I've done a couple of the things that you talked about there. But nothing all of them actually but they don't they pale in comparison to being attacked by a wild animal walking off a shark by top top. Three walk-offs possible. It's big guys. He was bitten by a shark and was bleeding profusely. The managed to get out of the war and walk home on his own. Tuesday probably have to run some sand in it and then just walk in and off later that evening guys. A woman called nine. He'd been bitten or was he. Yes well he was aware you know you know if you're bleeding profusely yes. It wasn't just in shock and like hell was. It wasn't a jellyfish. that's weird almost. don't you take this away from him because you've worked stinger and this guy diminished your all your walker. Walking bone was the most impressive. What guy had a missing on. Don't try to take away from this

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Detoxification Support During a Fast with Dr. Michael Murray

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:03 min | 4 months ago

Detoxification Support During a Fast with Dr. Michael Murray

"Dr. Michael murray thank you for joining us here at the fasten transformation summit. Thanks david i love the name of your summit. Transformation is always a great thing of fasting. can be powerful vehicle to to make that happen. Yeah absolutely and so. How did you get get going. I mean obviously you've got this passion for research. How do you get started. In natural health. World had become the voice of natural medicine. There's an inner story in kind of the outer story. I tell everyone. I'll do a little bit. Mix of both of my father who developed a condition called els palsy. it Condition where you lose the Information to the muscles of the face a space with literally paralyzed you went so nature catholic doctrine at literally abroad his face back to light and I had a knee operation a couple years prior and it just wasn't really responding to physical therapy and he suggested i see this nature path. I did and it was just a miracle in my life. And i need to watch learn more. And the more i learned about the diet herbs natural approaches to health and human it just resonated with something deep inside the end this became my initial. I feel really blessed. And i gained so much personally from the path that i was led to and hopefully i made a difference in the world on my own death. Yeah absolutely certainly have. I need you and i really want to acknowledge you for just paving the course for younger people like me to come up and have all these references and be able to really share this message more and more people throughout the world. And you've seen. I mean literally over the last twenty years huge growth in a natural natural wellness. And other work you've done is helped high near that. So thank you for that thank you. This is such an important topic. I just wanted to stress at all the viewers out there. I really believe that the greatest threat to human health today is not some super bayerischer. You've been eating too much sugar junk food. The biggest threat to human health is the ever increasing environmental toxin load and we are at the top of the food chain and so we have the ability to increase as we age. The concentration of these toxins in our body are Accumulators these toxic compounds. It's really really important. These days to do everything we can to avoid. And then a support our body's ability to get rid of these toxic compounds. So i really welcome the opportunity to talk about this really important subject. Yeah you're so right about that. We need detoxification strategies. And that's your topic today. And so what kind of results. In what strategies do you like to use for detoxification and fasting. Will i think the the detoxification is really kind of complex series of events in our body in require an unbroken chain of these events to effectively. You get rid of toxic compounds. One of the great Basic tenants of nature pathak medicine is to remove obstacles to cure and obviously these toxins can be an obstacle but so too can Our inability to get rid of these toxins. There's a lot of things that go into getting rid of these toxic substances. We have to support our body properly a day in and day out but i think especially during a fast. Yeah absolutely what sort of toxins are the big ones that were trying to eliminate from our body. Well you know thousands of years ago when when they were doing fasting for healing they're mainly concerned with water. Soluble metabolic talks talks that our body naturally produces a water. Fasting was really great way to cut a flesh. All these compounds out these days toxins. That were most concerned about fat. Soluble toxic pesticides. herbicides flame. retardant solvents heavy metals and these compounds are stickier harder for to get rid of and we have to use different types of strategies along with a making sure that we're well hydrated to get rid of these talks and so. I think that there's a lot that we can do to assist the body. Get rid would the call persistent organic pollutants. Those are the compounds that the that i mentioned part of those that i mentioned pesticides. Herbicides flame retardant. These are the compounds that i think when people think of talks these days. That's really what they're thinking of. And for good reason these these are really a harmful compounds to

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GM's Toxic Brownfield, the Flint River and Buick City

Radio Free Flint

05:44 min | 5 months ago

GM's Toxic Brownfield, the Flint River and Buick City

"Pieces is a chemical known to cause cancer flint municipal water processing. Plant is north of the city. Buick city brownfield site is more to the pollution story at the buick city brownfield site according to the us environmental protection agency. They determined buick. City contain soil and groundwater which includes under underground water supplies contaminated with various petroleum products and chemicals and metals some of the groundwork and the metals were talking about solvents in lead some of the groundwater under viewing city contains free floating petroleum products called l. n. a. p. l. this which is usually difficult to remove various contaminants have been identified at the site. Fifteen l. a. p. l. areas were found some with the p. c. b. chemical a group of toxic persistent chemicals used in electric transformers and capacitors insulating purposes and in gas pipeline systems as lubricants the sale and new use of. Pcb's were banned by law in nineteen seventy nine although large reservoirs of pcb's remain in the environment. Mind you in the seventies we contamination of pcb's in from midland and eventually the pcb's ended up in our food chain in michigan. And thus the law nineteen seventy nine. That banned the product altogether at the buick. City site soils also were contaminated with battles that means volatile semi volatile organic compounds which include thinners solvents as well as metal lead groundwater was contaminated with volatile organic compounds and semi volatile organic compounds. Again we're talking about thinners and in solvents and Other dissolved metals which was led which gets into the groundwater which at buick city has been contaminated by general motors. surface-water impacts are also present from storm sewer outfall. So that means that the solvents thinners and other other dissolved metals have been found in the storm sewer which is the drains that go off into the flint. P. fas impact is on the ground water. The storm water and the sanitary sewers. So we find the peaceful have completely overrun this place. It sounds like or at least an infected the entire water water system throughout that brownfield site. Now where does that leave us in flint. Where does that leave you. Wherever you may be sitting at certainly isn't good news to find out all this and how come it's being downplayed. I know we have an election coming up. We have the water crisis. Ongoing we have covid nineteen virus and we have a lot of other social problems in flint. Not the least of which is a high in from metality rate which ranks with any country in the third world the most viable site for future development in our area. Which is the buick city. Brownfield site appears to be a poison toxic wasteland now the city fathers and mothers area leaders want this site to become something beautiful. Want this to be one of the things that brings us out of our out of the city's doldrums in down in the dumps but this site until its environmental situation can be resolved will never be part of the solution for flint michigan. It's economic and employment problems. Thus those who work with this want to downplay the impact of its pollution not to let others and the outside world know that. It's a serious as it is. Because that would affect the marketing of the of the site again short-term goals long-term disaster As it stands today we only look at this as a marketing problem. I think it's time we look at it as a criminal problem. These people who have who have repeatedly and it's obvious this is repeated because it happened many places over a long period of time when the law ban certain chemicals and products and their duty to report it end to mediate it before. General motors went. Bankrupt is is something to give some thought to. Why didn't all that happen. And so when it comes to the buick city site a site that's Economy has impacted this region for decades. Environmental justice is needed for what has been discovered

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Dinosaur Asteroid Hit Worst Case Place

60-Second Science

03:08 min | 6 months ago

Dinosaur Asteroid Hit Worst Case Place

"Sixty, six, million years ago a giant asteroid crashed into earth killing off three quarters of all species including most of the dinosaurs researchers suspect that the impact caused the extinction by kicking up a cloud of dust and tiny droplets called aerosols that plunged the planet into something like a nuclear winter. And these components in the atmosphere drew of Global Cooling and darkness that would've stopped photosynthesis from occurring ultimately shutting down the food chain. Shelby Lyons a recent PhD graduate from Penn State University. But scientists have also found lots of sit in the geologic layers deposited immediately after the asteroid impact and the set may have been part of the killing mechanism to depending on where it came from. Some of the probably came from wildfires that erupted around the planet following the impact but most of these. Would have lingered in the lower atmosphere for only a few weeks and wouldn't have had much of an effect on global climate. But scientists hypothesized that soot may also have come from the very rocks that the asteroid pulverized when it struck if those rocks contain significant amounts of organic matter such as the remains of marine or. It would have burned up on impact sending such shooting up into the stratosphere in that case. So it would have spread around the globe in a matter of hours and stayed there for years and it would have radically altered earth's climate. So lions on her team set out to. The source of the suit they looked at chemicals known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons or ages which are another byproduct of combustion. So you can find peaches and neater veggies that you grill. You can find them from the me exhaustive a car. You can also find them in smoke and debris from the wildfires. TODAY OUT WEST PH is are made up a fused rings of carbon atoms think of chicken wire to determine. The origin of the set the researchers looked at the structure and chemistry of the Ph is buried along with it. Specifically, the researchers looked for groups of atoms that stick off the rings like spikes Ph is generated from burning wood don't have many spikes but ph is from burning fossil carbon like what would have been in the target rocks have more Lien's her team found that most of the Ph is deposited after. The impact were spiky, which suggests that set from the rocks hit by the asteroid played a major role in the mass extinction. There was more dust and more sulfate aerosols than soot, but sit is a stronger locker sunlight than either of those two. So a small amount of set Ken drives, large reductions in sunlight. The findings are in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences the results suggest that the devastation. Of this very city asteroid impact maybe due in part to a fluke of geography, the space rock smashed into the Gulf of Mexico where the sediments were rich organic matter. They still are the region produces large amounts of today where it had occurred was likely. One of the reasons that led to a major mass extinction. It was kind of the perfect storm or the perfect asteroid impact I guess you could call it.

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New York - N.J. man starts a petition to save Taco Bell's Mexican Pizza

Peace to You

00:13 sec | 6 months ago

New York - N.J. man starts a petition to save Taco Bell's Mexican Pizza

"Petition calling on Taco Bell to keep its Mexican pizza on the menu. The petition launched by a New Jersey resident to keep the fast food chain from removing the item, attracting nearly 125,000 supporters.

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Boston - Cape Cod’s oyster growers struggle to recover from pandemic losses

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Boston - Cape Cod’s oyster growers struggle to recover from pandemic losses

"But you might have heard that saying the world is your oyster. We use it pretty frequently, but it seems like that's not the case right now for the oyster industry on Cape Cod before the pandemic oysters were at the top of the shell fish food chain. As faras popularity with consumers now demand for half Shell oysters has seen a sharp decline in Massachusetts restaurants and that's really hurting Cape Cod oyster Farms. Oyster sales dropped by 80% back in April, and the Losses keep coming, even though restaurants have reopened at a limited capacity Micro knock owns an acre family run Oyster Farm in Mashpee. His business is way down, probably 60% of their still selling some stuff now, but I don't hear anyone who's outside feeding goes away. Grownup, says. Some farms and wholesalers air trying to move oysters to food banks with limited success. Kim Tana Cliff W. B Z Boston's

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For Subway, A Ruling Not So Sweet. Irish Court Says Its Bread Isn't Bread

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

For Subway, A Ruling Not So Sweet. Irish Court Says Its Bread Isn't Bread

"Slogan is eat fresh. But a court says it's more sugar than fresh Ireland Supreme Court has ruled that bread sold by the fast food chain subway contains so much sugar that it cannot be legally to find his bread. The ruling came in attacks dispute brought by Brooke Find was Limited and Irish subway franchise E. Pedal of judges says the bread has so much sugar. It cannot be labeled as a staple food, which is not taxed. It comes years after a food blogger found that one of the brand's ingredients was one found in yoga mats.

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Sales Leadership Tips With David Weiss

Daily Sales Tips

02:36 min | 7 months ago

Sales Leadership Tips With David Weiss

"Morning sales success community. This is a David Weiss coming at you with a tip of the day. This one is going to be a part of a series around three tips that I have for folks in sales leadership. So this is tip number one tip number one is. Your people. Don't work for you. You. Work, for your people I see a lot of sales, especially new sales leaders, puff their chest out and think that they're the big boss and I often see this when new leaders join an organization or or people take over a new team and they take a very, you know I need to establish myself at the top of the food chain. I need to be right I need to tell people what to do, and that is a very old school way of leadership. So an frankly I don't see at work anymore at all. I see disrupting teams causing high turnover and making people generally miserable. So I I could spend a long time unpacking that. Impact unpack the tip. Here's the tip. It is crater relationship where it is you. In your teammate. Against their quota so One on once we're not doing you know accountability one on once it's strategy. Let's look at an account. What are you doing? How are you getting deepen wide? How can I help? You get deepen wide how I take some executive context as the executive degrade executive alignment. How about you take these contacts? Let's you and I agree on messaging will let's share it. Let's work together on it, and then you know let's go both execute and then come back next week in and see how he'd. It's Hey, what are your priorities this week? What do you need for me? How can I help you? What internal roadblocks are refacing? What external roadblocks are facing? It is all about looking at them. And asking them how you can best serve them and what type of leadership they need from you. So the more you can work with your teammate. And Make It collaborative you in them together. As a single person against a goal as opposed to two people. Each working for their own end goals you for your leadership priorities in them for their sales priorities if you guys can come together. The results that you'll see will be dramatically better.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Say it's almost the same price it's just a little bit more expensive i'm in the kitchen in a steak sizzling in the frying pan on the chefs also just prepared top tile if you want to retire should have fresh meat and cut it in slices with owens and aguirre a little bit of this little bit and some hurts and that's try out it's not that often beef except that it is more tender in terms of texture slightly stronger flavor but it's really very nice but the moment i seem to be the only customer here who's eating meat but let's find out what some of the other customers failed idiot voice made is something i don't do very often once or twice a year and i like it eating meats let something we do usually maybe once or twice in my life i tried it i have good fitting about it was good markets in paris at a horse meat stole butcher also has a show but he comes to this market once a week has regular customers in the area he's got a variety of different kinds of steak sausages and salamis and he also sells horse fat to fry chips in much could have done what i said a lot of french and densch meat but in france we import course leat from benjamin from mexico from tina and a little bit from england to friday monier years the butcher the level sheldon limit is the butcher's trade is disappearing especially horse butchers because so many kepala denigrated horsemeat animal rights people like brigitte bardot who say you missing teeth horse meat it's mainly people whose family was eaten horsemeat who steal it.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"You're listening to the chain on the bbc world service with me emily thomas this week we're asking whether the world should eat more the sky lovely i'm it's opponent auction on dark more in south west england and my heart sinks every time one of these animals guys on sold she being sold for django yes definitely like many people in the uk i've always seen hoses as companion animals rather than feed so's opinion over pony needs is divided here but many locals do seem ready to embrace it as a nation we are passionate about horses and and that's probably why there's a sort of resistance to eating pony meat but in my freezer i go to pony sirloin steak on attorney salami which is delicious on police officers my favorite has to be the salami i'll have to say straighten the i come on let's let's have and then and tell me again that you don't feel bad about that state because i know these animals after no no no no no no way could have been one of my horses connect so and that's why people won't eat it because the lover forces only horse i don't believe the partition ready to eight we understand the debt that we owe to his they worked with us throughout history we've relied on them to survive we've traveled of course up until the car was invented and we owe that debt in fact the british especially because we conquer the world relying on the horse and we get to them even through to the modern day the police used the horses for control and they're very useful and i don't think that you can claim to be respecting and looking after nine by killing knitting.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Thank conditions and to drastic climatology so he kinda stay all jere outside so in that regard it adapts better than the cow does in monte conditions back on dot mall nas everyone supports the efforts to create a market for pony meet becky tree is an animal welfare officer southwest aucoin protection hoses are flight animals that for they have different reactions to account pickle shape so there are concerns overhaul throat by flight animals humane more likely to move yes absolutely they they they take flight this film flight they are semi ferro pay lease they're not used to people handling them for you to take one of these ponies out of of the mall and take them onto a lorry into a slow two houses a highly stressful day over these ponies and you see them in the style you can hear them winning they've just been pulled away from their moms and all all they want is to be out the more with the mums and here they are going through a really traumatic time and this is nothing compared to going through a slaughterhouse what's about the mated self is that's the problem for you i believe that sammy pharaoh piney should be three the food chain ide worry that the pains on traceable if you look at the bay ponies hey you'll see like exactly the same and if you injected one with something one day went back out to check the next possible are you really gonna find the correct horse even jank did yesterday we should mention that charlotte folk now we had from earlier emphasizes that only production slaughter is rigorously regulated by the government and says she's confidence that the ponies suffer she's also adamant that farmers strictly monitor any medication pennies on top more receive.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Slows before i was brave enough to attempt this this was a desperate measure for opponents to be sold for meat what kind of standards what are the regulations the regulations incredibly strict it took three years to get even the labeling right it was a very long an audience process the hoops we had to lead through on the way were absolutely incredible said the ponies have to be checked their health has to be checked the medicines given to them they don't get any medicines if they have a medicine assigned after food chain on and how's it been received seifollah people by the mate yes they were goosey fair we sold out a payment because the people that right in the center of the mall recognize what we're doing is really important is this good meat if it tasty it's high in protein higher than beef it's low in fat it's haina migas free which is something that everyone wants the ultimate meet that doesn't have any drugs and alongside that it tastes delicious because the ponies are roaming free on the common they can eat what they like you know they're just roaming nibbling around doing exactly what they want living their lives as they should well let's find out a bit more about some of those health benefits charlotte mentions noelia l die is a meat scientists to the university of the basque country she's been analyzing samples of hosts meets across northern spain overall we collected like eighty eighty two polls and five of them had at least three hundred milligrams of linoleic acid which is is sential omega three fatty acid but hundred grams of fresh mid and according to the european relation if a product passes the three hundred milligram limit it could be labeled as a source of omega three so the interesting thing of that was that for the first time we found red meat which is rich in america three emeka three is a polyunsaturated fat that can't be produced by the body but it's widely thought to be important for human health it's usually found in fish shellfish and.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"That they need to stop me thirty thirty thirty thirty thirty thirty thirty thirty thirty thirty do you need thirty any thomas and this isn't going well looking around if people have because knew that missile pony auction just outside is smooth religion devon in the south west of england watching nervously as each animal is led into the ring pretty gold say what's all this got to do with food nothing what they're all ticketing looking around you can probably see where this is going there you go it's possible that some of the ponies that's own soul today will end up as steak or sausages in the uk this is a controversial issue because very little hills meat is consumed by humans and it's a similar story in the us and australia globally every year about five million horses are slaughtered and seven hundred twenty five thousand tonnes of horsemeat is produced according to the food and agriculture organization of the united nations china is the biggest producer accounting for about a third of that followed by kazakhstan mexico and russia and many european countries have an appetite for horsemeat to particularly italy and france.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"The way it's being presented is verging on the ridiculous i mean you can now go into some restaurants and they don't even give you a plate the food is served on a piece of wood arctic that's funny in it so nothing is fucking admits cells or inhibit where i live they'll give you an orange juice and the jam jr we're becoming pawns see about food we taking it a step too far and as we easy to laugh at it becomes easy to fire dra in bologna a quick reminder you're listening to the food chain on the bbc world service with me and thomas and this week we're trying to establish the comedy potential if a subject will talk about every week food one of the three theories of humor delia kiara just mentioned superiority theory what we laugh at those redeem as inferior in some way is a key part of our next comics repertoire delusional redhead with blue eyes here's an in what i do i make comedy videos as a way of expressing perspectives for people to consider all while doing my best to newsnight self this is jp scenes speaking to us from his hiding in california the videos he puts on social media are watched by millions two of the most popular by far are about diet one of them is cold if meateaters acted like fecund this sausages a meet these vegetable substitute for cucumber it's got the taste in the texture of an actual cucumber with none of a cucumber it's not the vegetable eaters are bad people just the third terrible people place give off oxygen why would you lethem broccoli that's what my foodies that's my foods food and i don't appreciate you eating that i could never plans that are raised in crowded farms an inhumane living conditions with less than one square inches.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"The whom a quick reminder you're listening to the feed chain on the bbc world service with me emily thomas we a weekly program about the economics science and culture of food and this is an annual quiz our brave contestants are gone and ntv chef feed writer fifa gilbert's anti story in mock melton filmmaking up team royal infusions and chef and restrict her cyrus twenty vala and she's entrepreneurs patricia michelson making up team spiced from aaj it's time for a final round the lucky dip frowned nishio produced here thanks to bring round a plastic bag full of goodies we'll start with spiced from aaj take your pick from all bag resolve looking live without looking only this is interesting comfort your sir doing that every ingredient she's not going to make on see if this there's going to ten of you old oak american hot dogs were on she lucky you can take place hind too thank you profess you have to answer the question yep earlier this year i sacrificed my stomach and arguably my dignity when i took home amathila competitive eater andrei sir dove advance but you are i believe when you get this done you've done i only managed to eat toughest stuck of ribs coveting barbecue sauce in eight and a half minutes and i had to give up on the eight chicken wings and the double patty burgas with pulled pork so it was not pretty but some people are great at this stuff site for the world record in competitive eating how many hot dogs were eaten in ten minutes earlier this year in bed minutes i would say eighteen no more more much more rearmed widow something ridiculous van den minutes all let's go for hundred i think i'm pass this question on the other team because you're quite far out to mark in fact you have one guess of strange number that keeps the currently around forty something with that wall of watching up with merck well i met her aides were going to disappoint you the answer is seventy two oh competitive eight egeli chest not from california devoured 72 hot dogs.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Right uh trump have been the why she's cooked them why insisted potato singing about potatoes four suffer as a simplisafe ingredient in us readily available um harvick kemba made complicated at another does the wishes you think he's trying to simplify the letter all an interesting cyrus your buzzing over there serious drug go celebrate the august pretty good as she's actually singing the june potatoes flower all over the field sand genes tan to fertile fields so i point to cyrus i think a very very good in case you went to where china is the world's biggest producer fresh potatoes growing about five times more than the us and in 2015 the chinese governments said they wanted to double that potato production by 2020 so earlier this year they deployed the talents of new style pharma sister potato to encourage the nation to eat more that spots let's head talking about what she does while canton my name is fung shell young yet i'm fifty four this year what he'd want who those early in the first year i agree potatoes was 2011 that emi potatoes one cc tv's award for most charming agricultural product in china cctv hosted a tv gala cold charming potato carnival they told me to bring a shunned based also about potatoes to take part in the performance so i taylor disowned the my potatoes it's cold the taser potato potato not who now for a day i don't want to face but she sang a song specially for the food chain goal knaw there.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Plo five from a market into it because it's saliva cements the cheese helps breakdown feminisation is alive and as this will make it some full of this of the milky way and you play bust in your mouth and it was even more trees so question tape the had set of tanzania in east africa a one of the last remaining hunter gatherer communities in the world and they have one of the most diverse diets on the planet now evidence suggests that the richer and more diverse the collection of bacteria and other microscopic species in your guts the lower your risk of disease so earlier this year tim spector a professor of genetic epidemiology at king's college london went to hunts and forage with had surfaced three days to find out whether he could substantially improve his gut microbiome in just a few days bbc reporter down saleh dino went along for the ride loves a brief put it into the far taken aback off again so the smaller quills fool of when he's lousy scripts them with his hunting life a new get paid taisong nothing's great what parts of the porcupine with a eating the law abdominal bought because he had the smaller quiz saw its underbelly i think that deserves an extra point i on his late cyrus could you try to really impress us here and beam even more exacts them the low are parts of the digestive system will other parts of the body which organ with eating her letting in africa in india said ravi will lead bill dustic goes the others in sheep and abbas in other animals as well i don't know but bacteria he wants bacteria so beca video would be in the stomach cummock and back there would be in the gut cindy in they distal and the answer is porcupine liver and i think i think we need to give him my had sirisak.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Twitter very good faith at one point andrew taylor survived on eating whites red and sweet potatoes for the whole of 2016 let's have listening all from what i was just planning potatoes but are allowed myself to have some barbecue sauce or chili sauce or something in nigeria a very small amount of dried heard in sparse and if i made mashed potatoes i would use some sort of plantbased milk lex soil arm respect to anti on the feed chain in march and let he told us he lost weight and he felt healthy throughout his potato dyers yes he is charged we do want to be clear that we're not recommending he followed his example all things in moderation and all that but for bonus points what was the fast food that entry reached four when midnight came on unions eve and his selfimposed ye long diet by hoover you've got the puzzle i can make a burqa and you love you you're determined to bag of against in that local communities for something we would one crave a cheese cheese chocolate let's have a listen a berita out of breakfast berate are and a little bit of fruit though it was the most incredible merely more lawful tell you that uh let's move on to question tape in may we made a program called i don't cook it seems to us there were plenty of cookery shows out there you will on them the whole time but no one ever speaks to the people who just can't be both it we thought we should hear from some of them his journalist bill saporito who lives with his wife in new york there are plenty of people who are experts in cooking and there is tremendous mix of people's real world and they bring their foods with them and their amazing so why wouldn't i trust the experts i mean i don't do my own dental work so why would i do my own cooking i look at it that way that spell won't do you think a man like this does with his often does spell use his often to a store his importance papis be warm his trousers up on cold winter mornings c warm up his slippers on cold winter e.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"What is it you've got save that i'm surrounded by fantastic cheese that is going to be post around to give us a little bit of brainpower we've got an amazing somerset chetta a little cheese with ashish on it a become deon cheats could cement plant which is very smelly but delage and our guest democracy storms a breeze stuffed with a truffle cream moscow has again he was going to be concentrated on the quiz patricia straight off the would you appoint we teaming up with cyrus told you voller a chef who opened his first uk restaurant the awardwinning cafe spice na'ma a stay in london twenty two years ago he since opens several more restaurants in london and go over in india written six successful cookbooks made countless appearances as a tv chef and he's also i coped for the british monarchy hello cyrus are say patricia and cyrus you are a first team was he will team name often number spice to flee march one scored we've got to buzzer full year this is silver cake decorated with excellent flavor and on a second team we have mark melton val food historian at the royal palaces in britain an expert in the culinary habits of the monarchy through the ages and you'll joined by fifa gilbert a ghanaian feed writer blogger and occasional tv chef based here and now and what's your team name woo the royal infusion new on infusion very fresh don't be intimidated wik also positive for the two you as well.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Hello and welcome to the food chain your weekly program about the economics science and culture of food i don't have a clue what the villa i'm not i'm not sure you need snooker this is slightly tv has quit i'm emily thomas and this week i'm in the studio with four excited guests and a bag of probes because for the second time ever it's on annual the food chain cuevas so get ready to have your mind boggles by some of the best food questions this year's programs have had to offer well the ones we could remember anyway to be perfectly honest with all of you lost year's quiz was a little chaotic we were joined by some of the bbc's talk presenters and correspondence but they didn't know much about food and they criticized the biscuits we kindly provided so this year we decided to pick things up a notch and invite a team of elite few days to take part so i'm happily surrounded by chefs feed writers even and historian the sort of people he probably bring you fade is a gift we hopes especially as it's the holiday season and it paid off because the studio stinks to high heaven of cheese so for tricia michelson thank very much for joining us thank you for saving the day his anyone else both anything with them though lovely lorry go this is a shout out loud patricia you'll be owner of left from all charade awardwinning cheese shop threes shots marie shops now carry shops if i was gonna say that's again than if you timein three awardwinning cheese shops and wholesale business and iverson a book about cheese other itchy books.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Your projects having this impact is it enough ultimately to really address the problem of young people walking away from agriculture don't unique governments to address issues like education in schools improving infrastructure all the things that they can do to make agriculture more profitable business to be in of course what the product is doing is not enough this is just a drop in the ocean but the government has a strategy to review the regional system whether looking into introducing they agribusiness into the curriculums so it is prudent for us we've been work alongside them mary onyali you're listening to the food chain on the bbc world service with me emily thomas and this week we are asking how young people can be tempted back into farming we've been hearing about attempts to change how farming is perceived but could the on sebeih to change agriculture itself like this perhaps the service is very huggers area will arise no durkee note best this is massive matt sinaga a director of the innovative business unit at the japanese tech giant fujitsu japan's agriculture sector is struggling and it's farming population is ageing rapidly massar thinks smart farming products will help tempt young people back we could the sensors which kelso zeal temperature humidity co two and satellite and abroad for john allies the result in the cultural addad added we house environment like a heater fine will window thanks to zeno the ah on a way for the many young people is now coming to our farms to walk entity something the eve deliberately being trying today because aging farm is is a problem in japan is until the average age is around sixty six japanese agriculture is tough situation right now that's why we established our gut your company in japan to attract more young people to the foul field so especially in rural area the japanese corporations now decreasing but i only after establishing this dinner i gotcha company many young people is return back to dispute what is it about your technology that is attractive to young people to think jerry i got a chance to be you know the kind of see th over the pants approach sold young people default.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"And remember every episode of the food chain is available to download site whether you're interested in the science behind chewing gum cultural differences idaho state or how to survive in a jungle with nathan you'd search for bbc feed chain wherever you get your podcasts and if that's not enough why not try something else from the bbc world service like crowdscience his monte chesterton hello it said that the unexamined life is not worth living but what if you've got a question about life all the universe or what lies beyond the universe and the internet just isn't giving you a satisfying answer well crowdscience might just be the podcast to help you out every episode we take one of your science questions and travel the world or wherever to find the onces it doesn't have to be epic maybe you just want to know ways to stop losing your keys every day or why is it so hard to wake up in the morning a podcast listener's keep the science queries coming and we love answering them every week joined the gang by downloading our podcast it's called crowned science and our latest question comes from rachel in scotland my question for this week's crowd size is can we resurrect the dodo bring back the done day as it turns out this is no in the jurassic park but might science one day revived loan dead species to find out you're going to have to search for crowdscience oon would wherever you find your podcasts.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Welcome to the food chain you'll weekly program about the economics science and culture of food i'm emily tell us this week with chewing i ever a stage it's not meant to be eaten but always seems to be finding new reasons to exist as an energy product as a boredom product as a diet of an antismoking product as the market in the developed world flattens it seems gum is on a mission to reinvent itself as little win now told each county preventive decay chea hangovers even improve vision what is it about gum that particularly appeals to the imagination vis gum missed one coup went on it's my latest my greatest my most fascinating invention it's a chewing gum meal tiny little strip of gum lying there is a whole three cost dinner all by itself over fifty years ago the british author wrote dell dreamt up an extraordinary thumb in his book charlie in the chocolate factory it will be the end of all kitchens at all cooking there'll be no more shopping to do no more buying of meet some groceries there'll be no knives an folks at mealtimes nope plates no washing up in the story the girl who tried it turned into a giant blueberry not the desired outcome and half a century later the idea of a gum the replaces fadel together still seems to pay the stuff of fiction but some believe that gum has enormous potential in other ways she sales had people known that this volatile compound in my breath represented pancreatic cancer my chance of survival would be so much higher could chewing gum.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"If they have a medicine assigned out the food chain on double and has been received safe our people violates yesterday reducing fair we sold out a penny meat because the people are right in the center of the more recognized that what we're doing is really important if this good mates is it tasty it's high in protein higher than beef its low in fat it make three which is something that everyone wants the ultimate meet the doesn't have any drugs and alongside that it taste delicious because of ponies a roaming fianna come and they can eat what they like you know they're just roaming nibbling around doing exactly what they want living their lives that they should well let's find out a bit more about some of those health benefits sean it mentions no mania out i is a meat scientists to the university of the basque country she's been analyzing samples of hosts meat across northern spain overall we collected lake eighty eighty tucson both and now 5 of then had at least three hundred milligrams of lena lennick acid which is not essential omega3 fatty acid but 100 grams of fresh meat and according to the european regulation if a product bassey's this three hundred milligram limit it could be labelled as a source of omega3 so the interesting thing of that was that for the first time we found red meat which is rich in america three emeka three is a polyunsaturated fats that can't be produced by the body which is widely thought to be important for human health it's usually found in fish shellfish and algae not everybody has access to fish right now you know better leader is koch naturally most of the fish is coming from agriculture and aquaculture industry is also have facing brolin's to have higher omega3 fish in all of that for the fish to have high men are three that fish has three argie.

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"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"food chain" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Thank you for downloading the food chain pulled cost you'll weekly helping the economics science and culture of food i'm dance a latino and this program is about one of the most intense food obsessions i've witnessed and it's delicious i have spent nearly two decades exploring the roma fermentation i do not have a background in microbiology your food science i'm just a foodloving back to land generals to became obsessed with fermentation spurred by a voracious appetite a practical desire for food not to go to waste and a wilful desire to maintain good health sandell cats his teachings and writings on firming tation have change lives around the world i'm about to tell his story because i think he can also change yours he's what you might call a demystify sometimes i feel like a mad scientist tending to as many as a dozen different bubbly fermentation experiments at once sometimes i feel like a game show host would you like to taste what's in crock number one or trade it for what lies buried in crock number two sometimes i feel like a wholly roller evangelist zealously spreading the word about the glorious healing powers a fermented foods but all of his adventures in feminine tation a driven by taste beautiful very very gentle heat to the cucumber this who first pick of the day of the day items are breakfast.

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