35 Burst results for "Granola"

How to Make Space Snacks

Wow In the World

01:30 min | Last month

How to Make Space Snacks

"We're going to be turning regular snacks into space snacks nex. Let's get going starving only had to eat. Today was an apple a stack of pancakes three raw onions. Aac granola bars and a lot of five alarm chili cameras for this activity. You'll need to grab some snacks. Finger foods like dry cereal or fruit and veggie slices are gonna work best for this now a your snack into a scene from space for example i took different pieces of fruit and use them to make a model of the solar system. See you've got gotta blueberry mercury a great for venus. Ah raspberry from mars and so on and so forth also used pomegranate seeds to give. Your kiwi saturn's rings exactly. Wanna make your own space neck you know. i do. Let me have my blueprints year. Luke grab ranch. Why do you have so many tools here. Mendis a hammer a screwdriver. Reggie hammy that welding torch. Welding been nito. Mindy is that a inexact. Full-scale model of the mars rover perseverance. Made entirely out of beef jerky and yoga. Get let's get you to mars.

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"granola" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

05:56 min | Last month

"granola" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Creating flavor profiles without using like any added sugar right without using copious amounts of salts oils which to me makes this product really. There's nothing like it on the market. There's nothing like it on the market and in doing our competitive assessments. One of the best brands out. There is purely elizabeth. And it's it's got coconut sugar in its got oil when it is well on but it's it tastes great in terms of taste. It's very indulgent. And what we learned. Is that for one hundred forty calories worth of granola. There's one hundred and forty milligrams. Sodium ridges is a one to one ratio but for a dessert product. Rose pretty high joining so in in the granola category that's that's kinda push the limits but really pushing the limits. I was surprised to see so much salt so ours range from twenty to thirty milligrams of sodium per serving. So we're at about a fifth or sixth of what of what purely elizabeth doing but that little salt helps just a little bit assault with sweetness. I learned long ago from a professional chef. You wanna make your desserts. You set your desserts off. Just the smallest amount of salt gives it a little kick. It really really does so. We got the classic apple pie while american apple pie. American apple pie would else yet. How many how many skews are we talking. How many different iterations of granola yes. So we're launching with four of course dreaming up grand plans for additional excuse but the four that we're doing our the apple pie We wanted to do a banana bread. Do you remember. We tried to do. Banana bread folks. We're not doing a banana bread. Because here's what happened. We tried to do a banana bread. And no matter how much banana flavor we added to it. It's still didn't read like a banana bread. It read like an oatmeal raisin. Cookie tasted just like and it was delicious. So guys so what was interesting is in chasing. After a banana bread we actually inadvertently found ourselves right at the front door of oatmeal raisin. That's my favorite skew. That was my absolute favorite. We couldn't get rid of it like i know. We wanna do a banana bread. But just what else we got we. Also you know when we were sampling. The different ingredients. We could play with to create these granola as i don't know if you remember but the berries that are supplier partner you you open the bag of these dried berries in there so fragrance..

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"granola" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

02:40 min | Last month

"granola" Discussed on Plant Strong

"That is going the way of the dodo ver- but we have something very exciting. That's that's coming out. Yeah so. I am most excited of all the products that we're working on. My personal favorite is is really these grennell as and i know with the samples early on that we created me finally got to a good place We were very specific and only doled out little bits of amounts call on each other. Like hey do you have a little bit of the chocolate flavor ono. Okay what are we gonna do but yes absolutely delicious. And as i said you're thinking about creating flavor profiles we really wanted to go with a classic dessert series rate so The first a plant strong we we look at categories. We look at brands. We look at items that are performing well. What flavors of these brands of granola or soup. Sir cereals are doing well And then try to do a plant strong version of those and so thinking about classic desserts and thinking about you What came to mind at first to me. Was apple pie in all american wholesome type type flavor so so that was the first one that really came in and when i was thinking about you know what what we would add to these gorillas to really make them delicious. I put up the most delicious looking picture of an apple pie and envisioned the consumer experience of of taking your forecast going into the top of that flaky crust down through the apple slices gooey filling the crust in the bottom and tried to incorporate ingredients that captured all of those elements. So so i think we did it so for the flaky crust. On top we brought in some Toasted keen wa rape that buttery super brittle crunch Apple pie of course has sliced apples. So were doing diced dried apple. Bits for that gooey. Feeling that you get in most of those apple pies of course we're doing blended dates blended dates and apples and men for the bottom crust area where it gets a little software. The filling hits that christina. It's kinda soft rate in there. Were doing a puffed. Amaranth and of course a role rates you get that softness and then we flavor it with the same spices. You do with an apple pie. Cinnamon nutmeg lemon peel. Little bit assaults. But you had some yano you you in partnership with our supplier..

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Plant Based Tinder

Plant Strong

01:39 min | Last month

Plant Based Tinder

"Recently. There's there's an app call tinder. I've never used it. You've used it right. Yes reluctantly i used it for a period of time. And i'm so grateful. Those days are long behind me right but if you but if you are in tender and using it what we've discovered. Is that the fastest growing trend. When searching attributes potential dates is plant based is your potential partner plante bays. And i just find that to be so fascinating and Really a testament to what is going on right now in the plant based movement like to call it. The plant strong era is upon us right. Now how. I'd like to talk about this for just a second. That cow important is it or was it for you that your partner be plant based awhile. I'll tell you if they had that feature. I would have been thrilled. Whatever dating profile was the first to bring in that easter. I would abuse. That would have been the most important because you think about it. You know three meals a day you know. You wanna have that alignment. It just makes things so much easier every single day. And so i didn't know how important it was until of course i started dating evan who is wonderful and also plant based We were just friends. You know making sweet potato batch. Cooking on sunday nights together and that connection over food really helped us transition into a romantic

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"granola" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

04:38 min | Last month

"granola" Discussed on Plant Strong

"You know here plans strong. We love plance. We plants excite us plants. Make the world around. We love talking about ingredients that get us excited. We love talking about new innovative products. That are hitting the shelves. We love talking about how to read labels and of course a lot of the new products. We're gonna be launching at plant strong. I want to introduce you to somebody on the plant strong team. This is jessica story. And and i call. Her jess and jess. Is that head cabbage over all things pride development innovation sourcing the most incredible Medicinal ingredients so that all of our products that we are creating are not only the most nutritionally sound but also the most tasty in the most convenient really on the planet. That's our that's our goal plant strong absolutely absolutely thanks Now what i would love is for jess to kind of introduce herself. And kinda share with you a little bit about her background and how. She came to be part of the plan. Strong team share. I can do that. It is a bit unconventional. I actually didn't start in the field of food. I started in the field of mechanical engineering. So there's there's nuts involved but it's more nuts and bolts. It was great. I learned a lot learned how to learn But it wasn't really where my passion was and tried out a few things went back to school. did the nba. Feing and really again wasn't totally satisfied. I i took a job in oil and gas working for exxon mobil and again learned a lot of great lessons. But it's not where my heart was. And while i was working for exxon mobil Actually started moonlighting in the prepared food section at our local whole foods because i just loved being around food and talking to people about food standing behind that counter. Get talk about food all day. So i would literally you know. Eight to five. Be at exxon. And then you know. Five thirty to eleven work at whole foods. And i didn't have much of a social life but It was a really great experience and that ultimately led me to transition To whole foods. So whatever i was doing for exxon which was actually finance i was able to to start doing with whole foods as well so got my foot in the door with whole foods joined their competitive intelligence team..

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Tips for Quelling Post-Run Queasiness

Another Mother Runner

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Tips for Quelling Post-Run Queasiness

"Let's jump into questions. This one comes from shunii looking to quell post run queasiness. Hi my name is suni. i'm calling from williamsburg virginia. We're just looking for some tips on after run nutrition I tend to get upset stomach After going for a long runs and trying to eat i usually workout fasted. And maybe have a cup of coffee before i go for a run But if i go for a long run. I think tend to have upset stomach extent for the rest of the day no matter what i eat. So i'm looking for some tips and suggestions for post run nutrition. Think so remember that uneasy queasy feeling after a long run and for me the key schone is was to push through that feeling and force myself to take something in you know. It's the exactly what you don't feel like doing but it's exactly what you need to do. And you gotta find what works and for me it starting with a drink like a glass of chocolate milk or a smoothie or maybe some protein powder and some milk something like that and then moving on mrs my thing. I love french. Toast topped with Yogurt and some granola maybe a couple raspberries or something but Yeah that's what works for me.

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Recycling Efforts (MM #3683)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Recycling Efforts (MM #3683)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in spite of confusion and cost increases in the recycling industry many companies seem to be ramping of the recycling efforts these days. I've been a big fan of the Nature Valley crunchy granola bars. I bet since they came out in the mid-seventies. I don't know why I like him so much and I go through spurts of eating them and not eating them even though they're not the healthiest alternative for me. But recently they repackage them. Same colors say look but a different make-up of the packages and they're now encouraging recycling. In fact, if you've seen the TV commercials, they mentioned the recycling of those packages when you go back to the grocery store another company that's going to be trying is Taco Bell of announced they're going to start recycling their sauce packets and they're working on a plan to recycle the empty packages to make their life easier to make your life easier know how easy this recycling process is because I hear mailing the packets in as part of the process will find out what's happening. But obviously many companies are ramping up their recycling efforts and that's a good thing even though it's going to take a long long time to right this wrong.

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Recycling Efforts (MM #3683)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Recycling Efforts (MM #3683)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in spite of confusion and cost increases in the recycling industry many companies seem to be ramping of the recycling efforts these days. I've been a big fan of the Nature Valley crunchy granola bars. I bet since they came out in the mid-seventies. I don't know why I like him so much and I go through spurts of eating them and not eating them even though they're not the healthiest alternative for me. But recently they repackage them. Same colors say look but a different make-up of the packages and they're now encouraging recycling. In fact, if you've seen the TV commercials, they mentioned the recycling of those packages when you go back to the grocery store another company that's going to be trying is Taco Bell of announced they're going to start recycling their sauce packets and they're working on a plan to recycle the empty packages to make their life easier to make your life easier know how easy this recycling process is because I hear mailing the packets in as part of the process will find out what's happening. But obviously many companies are ramping up their recycling efforts and that's a good thing even though it's going to take a long long time to right this wrong.

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The number one way to show you care and connect with clients

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

05:09 min | 4 months ago

The number one way to show you care and connect with clients

"Eileen welcome to the show as a way of getting status tolls about yourself. Thank you hello. Brian great to meet you. Thanks for having me on this show. So i am the founder and ceo packed with purpose. We are a corporate gifting company with a social mission so we provide an alternative to the traditional corporate but all of the products in our gift boxes do good so they create a social impact in how to come up with this idea. Yes so my background has been wonderful. Dance between social impact in business and marketing. So a few stops along the way. I was a peace corps volunteer years ago in paraguay then also worked in social impact advisory work so right. Before i started packed with purpose i was actually consulting to chief sustainability officers in marketing executives. Trying to help them figure out how to invest their corporate social responsibility dollars to both have a business return but also a societal impact so it was a typical cold day in chicago in december and our office was riddled with ubiquitous holiday. Gift and i was just looking around saying there's gotta be a better corporate gift. There's gotta be way for a vendor or a client to say thank you. And that's when. I had the initial idea behind putting together gifts where all products had a really unique story and actually contributed to the greater good in their community. Cool and so. How do you start. Where do you start. Well i i always say you just have to start somewhere and it's definitely not perfect but you have to start and if you start talking out loud and getting people's feedback you can hopefully start taking it down the path of what eventually your target market is going to be interested in so I actually founded the company in two thousand and sixteen. And the way i got it. Initially off the ground was put together a really low fidelity prototype so i- crowd. Sourced logo came up with a name but together that was passable and i had a first birthday party for my daughter and is a parting gift to all of my friends in the adults there i gave them a pack perfect gift and i told them that i'd be following up with them for a five to ten minute market research call to basically elicit their responses into get their thoughts so that was the first version of packed with purpose as we know it. Obviously it's evolved a lot. Since then where do you find the people generating the gifts. Yeah so we affectionately. Call our suppliers purposeful purveyors and our purveyors primarily are based all over the states so their social enterprises or purpose driven companies in l. a. Detroit chicago miami. I can give you a few examples because it really helped bring it to life so that people can and how are gifts created an impact so we were with the wonderful social enterprise. Right outside of washington. Dc that works with women who might have previously been homeless. They might have various various to To employment they could also have been survivors of abuse in their part of this incredible social enterprise at basically teaches than baking and cooking skills through the production of various products that they make like granola cookies which we then source for gifts. And it's a way for them to get their safe certification so that they can find gainful employment actually land on their feet half financial stability when they graduate from the program so we're the recipients of their products that we carried in our gifts or another example. There's a wonderful organization that provides employment to adults with disabilities and they make a whole range of cookies than toffees chocolate covered pretzels. And it's through both the housing program and a personal professional development program to these adults with disabilities and we source those products in our in obviously in are providing them with all of those amazing opportunities through that organization. How do you find your clients. Yeah so you know. One dominated do the work that i've been doing. I was exposed to a lot of social enterprises through my particular job and it's really a tight ecosystem so we started working with some organizations. Let's say in detroit. They would ask us. We'll have you heard of these other ones or when we worked with an organization that may be served a particular population whether it was youth or women or individuals that were previously homeless. You know there's a tight ecosystem where they wanna help each other. So i would say if i. It was a lot of referrals Also then his evolved towards a lot of the research that we do in that were looking for you know certain types of organizations where they have to have truly a high level of impact. They have to have high quality products. Whether it's something that you're consuming or it's highly functional like a journal or tumbler. it's gotta look good

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Being a comedian during COVID-19

Q

10:56 min | 4 months ago

Being a comedian during COVID-19

"You know, around this time last year, the Canadian comic Shawn cut hand was really trying to get his comedy career off the ground. He was going to a ton of open mikes. He was getting some paid gigs. He just performed a really successful set One night. I'm a single native in my thirties with no kids. Oh, I'm like a very white buffalo set that he recorded was about to send off to the just for last festival. You know, in hopes of performing there. We all know how that would turn out festivals and coveted Well, they don't really go together. So going from performing every week to now, having to step off the stage, Sean had to look to other outlets for his comedy. And one of those outlets strangely, and he'll tell you the story was writing his aunt's eulogy. I got to talk to Shawn cut hand. From Saskatoon. Hey, Sean, How are you? Hey, I'm pretty good. How are you? Good. How is this catch one tonight. Today has the house Saskatoon today. We're finally sitting above zero. So we're doing good. Yeah, you could take off the winter coat. Thank God. Hey. Yeah. Finally s o. I want to get an idea of how things were for you before Cove it last year. What was work like for you back then, just before covert. Um I actually went to Ottawa to be a talent associate further inspire words. And that was just just before things started getting like backstage at that award show. We're kind of getting in mumblings of like, Oh, we better not be hugging everyone. And then that finished and I came home to Saskatoon and the next week. That was gonna work down backstage after Juno's and it went from going backstage there the first day too. Don't touch anyone. Hand shakes aren't allowed no hugging. And then we did our first day of orientation. And then the next day, the Juno's were just canceled. I remember I was there, I would do you remember that day we all woke up thinking that the Jew knows we're gonna happen and everything was all right. And then the news just started pouring in. It was terrifying. Yeah, it's like way start like the whole stage set up the day before And then it's just like, Yeah, everything's done. What was your comedy life like Before the pandemic? It was going pretty good. Like I was getting consistent gigs. I had just finished the holiday season and I had done my first half hour at Yuck yucks, which was like a big milestone for me that I had been working on and then me and my buddy Danny night. We're running this open mic Sunday nights at The compromise, which is just a little hole in the law ball bar, and we kind of wood. Just it was like a gorilla open mic. I called it. We just showed up that like 6 30 set up a carioca machine and Didn't open mic at 7 30 on people in the room. Didn't really know what was going on. It's always a good way to do a performance. Sneakily. Yeah s O. I mentioned earlier that you said you did a bit of tape that you were going to send off just for laughs, Um, in hopes of getting to perform there. I want to hear a bit of that. Take a listen. If you just look at a yogurt parfait like if you just look at the cup, I swear it's got the answer to all of the statue in problem great there, you know, Because first you got the white yogurt taking up all the space. On then up top. You got the brown shattered and broken granola. But then in the middle, you got this sweet Barry is a reconciliation. E my guest, Sean, Better great comic from Saskatoon. What's it like to hear that back when you could do stand up? Oh, yeah, Like, like what I was saying, Like I was really happy with that performance like I'm actually gonna put it online for sale pretty soon. Because, yeah, I just want to share it around. It was a good recording and Didn't really get to get much use out of it. And just like, yeah, the crowd was Really amped up that night because I think they knew that they weren't going to be in public for a while. Yeah, And that was the same Sunday that the Jew nose was gonna be And the day after that performance was when lockdown happened. Wow, that's crazy. That's like hearing it, like hearing the Chernobyl or something like that. Yeah, Yeah, It's like a little time capsule. I think. Yeah, You know, I've been talking to a few comics in the past year, and it hasn't been easy to like. I feel like musicians have been able to do a live streams and actors have still been able to do some movies. I feel like this has been hard on stand up comics and really, you know, in a really interesting way, right? Yeah, like we really need audiences to develop our material and like even doing them on zoo Mike's with other comedians like it's just It's not the same. You know, because other comedians will Laugh at your stuff. Differently than an audience well and yeah, like I've been doing a lot of soon Mike's. I've been doing it with people from Chicago people from London, UK and Rome, Italy. Even it's been pretty wild on zoom right, because it's not the same. You don't get that that big collective laughter, right? No. Yeah, like a lot of people have their mikes muted and you're just looking to see like if they're reacting on this screen. Yeah. Don't let me go to you. But what's the story on this one? I actually heard that you did. You did stand up on your aunt's funeral for her eulogy. I'm about first off. I I know you guys were close. I'm so sorry for your loss. Thank you. What was she like? She was Here is an amazing person. She was the type of person that would always tell it like it is, you know, even with just the look of her eyes. She should. She could tell you tell you how it is, and she was She was big into taking a stand Me in her pro tested a couple of times together and she was a fire keeper on her reserve, Aqua, sassy Mohawk Nation. And yes. Oh, this, uh During covert She passed away due to cancer complications. And what was there with her name? Joyce Caskey. Sorry you were saying so She passed away and you had a service for Yeah, we went to Ontario and we had like a socially distance memorial. And it was kind of different. And like the morning of the memorial, my my dad just kind of just left the eulogy up to me and I was like, what really was kind of like Trying to get some some information that I could use from her childhood or something and and like that, I think people were being kind of agency. But the info and that's what I just kind of like. I had some jokes that I had practiced that involved her. And then I just added a couple stories into it. And I ended up making like a like a little eight minute. A performance that was like part stand up part just speaking from the heart. How did it I mean, This is a strange question for a funeral that how did it go over? Yeah, it actually like, went pretty good, like you know, because it went from like Everyone was in like a somber mood. And then I got up to talk, and I acted like I was gonna talk serious. But then I just cracked a joke at one of the what one of the attendees of the of the funeral and everyone. Was just laughing. And then I told some funny stories about my auntie and It's pretty great, that's beautiful. I mean, I think we think about stand up is something that happens that kind of smoky nightclubs. And that's that's all good. And we think about funerals is just things that are too sad, you know, and that's all good to you. It's lovely. It feels like you were able to It feels like you were able to bring some joy to your family when they needed it through your craft, right? Yeah, when someone passes away, and people are in that stage of grief there kind of focused on on how that person passed away and I think it's important in those times toe, Remember how they lived and the person that they were And cherish those moments, and she's a part of the reason you did stand up it all right? Yeah. She gave me a lot of confidence in my stuff because it was like years to go. My brother passed away when I was 22. He was 20. He was 23. Yeah, and I ended up having to do the eulogy. With my other brother for that one. And that one was more serious and really hard. But I remember after that, my auntie, she was the first one to come up to me, and she was Really proud of me, and she told me that She could picture me being a public speaker one day. And that that compliment like always stuck in my head. And I'm now like Look at me what I do now, so it really helped me a lot when when this is all over. You know, please God, when when this finally ends, and you're able to get up on stage and start doing comedy again. How do you think you have been changed by this year? To be honest, I think I've gained a lot of confidence this past year because a bunch of US comedians from Saskatoon Led by Dakota. He bear way started booking shows and people's backyard on the weekends. And so we would go into people's backyards and do a private show and sometimes, like I I did a show for six people in Martinsville and like to be stand in front of just six people like you really got a perform and not make things awkward and So I think those performances really helped me and I like to get in front of new audiences again. I'm kind of excited toe. Skills. When you picture and maybe this is a good way to close things off when you picture A year from now. What do you hope it looks like for you. I hope that I'm just consistently hosting an open Mike every Sunday again. That's what I would like to do. Yeah. Well, I hope it happens. I hope you never have to go on. Zoom ever again. Yeah, Sean, thanks so much for your time. Yeah. Thanks for having me. Shawn cut hand is a stand up comedian who is also part of the Web series Satirical group, the feather. He lives in Saskatoon.

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3 Ways the Pandemic Helped us Eat Better

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:07 min | 4 months ago

3 Ways the Pandemic Helped us Eat Better

"Today. I want to talk about three ways that the pandemic may actually have improved our nutrition and our eating habits number one were more connected to local providers the early months of the shutdown revealed vulnerabilities of our highly efficient but also highly centralized food supply early in the pandemic. We heard heartbreaking stories of farmers destroying crops that they couldn't get to market while consumers were staring at empty shelves. And at the same time. Growers who usually sell a large portion of their goods to the restaurant industry suddenly found themselves with no outlet happily. These two groups have found each other participation in consumer supported agriculture or see essays where consumers pay local growers in exchange for a share of whatever. They're harvesting that week shot way up and misfit produce subscriptions where fresh produce that is bound for the landfill due to minor cosmetic flaws is instead redirected to consumers. Those are also enjoying a big uptick programs. Like these which forge a more direct connection between consumers and local growers help to create a food distribution system that is more resilient to disruption by events such as pandemics and other natural disasters they also promote the consumption of fresh foods and they reduce food. Waste win win win. A second way that. I think the pandemic may have had a positive influence on our eating habits. Is that a lot of us are cooking and growing more of our own food. Prior to the pandemic the average consumer got almost half their daily calories from somewhere other than their own kitchen and suddenly we all had to remember how to cook cooking as basic skill and a habit has been in decline for decades and being forced to cook more meals at home has had some positive effects under nutrition because the food that we cook tends to be lower in sugar salt oil and calories than the food. we get in restaurants. Although i enjoy cooking. I certainly wasn't in the habit of having breakfast lunch and dinner at home. Seven days a week it was a really big adjustment to be suddenly preparing all of those meals at home and as the months have dragged on. I've definitely gotten into more of a group with it and it doesn't seem nearly as burdensome. I'm sure many of us are looking forward to being able to eat out in restaurants again but hopefully cooking at home more will have become a lasting habit. I think kids also benefited from watching and helping their parents or caregivers cook more having that basic level of kitchen competence and confidence is a very useful life skill and one that a lot of kids. These days leave home without ever developing now. I do have one word of caution. Judging from facebook feed a lot of people have spent the pandemic baking. now. I'm not going to deny that homemade baked goods can be comforting but all of that extra flour and sugar probably isn't improving people's nutritional bottom line. We also often suffer from this delusion. That homemade goodies are healthier than other goodies. Especially if we somehow find a way to add a flaxseed or oatmeal now homemade treats may be more wholesome then highly processed treats but they're still treats and they still need to be enjoyed in moderation. There's also been a big upswing gardening. To the extent that seed suppliers are having a hard time keeping up with demand. It was a great way to spend time last year when summer. Vacations and all the other activities got cancelled and now having been cooped up all winter. I can't wait to get back to my garden this spring. Fortunately we grow lettuce and green beans and not granola and sourdough bread. And because it's just more fun to eat vegetables you grew yourself. Gardeners tend to eat more vegetables. I'm really hoping that a lot of kids who had a chance to try their hand gardening. This last year have gotten bitten by that bug. Those positive repercussions would extend well into the future and the third positive benefit that we may have gotten from. This last year is that we're getting better at planning going to the grocery store less often has forced us to be more deliberate about planning our meals and our grocery shopping chips being much more intentional about those all that planning usually results in better menu news and less food waste heading to the store with a carefully planned lest also helps reduce the amount of impulse purchases. You know those snacks and treats that somehow find their way into our cart when we're browsing the aisles and a more leisurely and less focused way. So hopefully that planning is also a habit that will hang onto

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How Hayley Williams To Do List Became Her Album Title

Direct from Hollywood

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

How Hayley Williams To Do List Became Her Album Title

"Paramore's hayley williams just unleashed her second. Solo album called flowers for vases. This consoles which like her lyrics is quite poetic. Haley tells american songwriter last fall. She realized it was time to do a deep cleaning emotionally and quite literally so she tied up her place and as she did so she threw away some dead flowers which she loves leaving her bases empty as she was headed out to the grocery store at the bottom of her shopping list below oat milk and granola. She jotted down flowers for vases much later as she was sorting through a stack of paper. She saw those words shutting out the magazine. It had this way to it. It signified a time to put new life in these vessels and carry that forward instead of carrying around these little skeletons of flowers and thus an album title was born flowers for vases. this consoles is out. now

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"granola" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

07:46 min | 6 months ago

"granola" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Levels. Bullshit cashews rich zinc that can naturally increase fragility in men. There's nothing special in these bars and a lot of energy bars have the same ingredients. They don't advertise themselves as like aphrodisiac bars. But these are special. You know exotic ingredients. Mauka is probably the most exotic and according to health line dot com it can increase libido in men and women. So that's something i think. The the entire product though is Bullshit the sharks were right while they didn't fall for his little brain aneurysm story. Hey moving on. I've got I was so excited to see this. Means skeleton posted a new video. He's just trolling us. Now right the video is entitled. Donald trump will be president. Gay someone else living in an alternate universe here One more reason. I think he is just strolling us because the very first thing he says in the video is this. Hello everyone hello everyone. It's meets skeleton with another. Be log jet for you. I did a log earlier about narcissism. But i didn't like the way i looked in the video so i deleted it. That's a joke right that ask to be a joke. I wanted to share video with everyone because we know that our country is in a state of flux. Okay but i wanted to give everyone I want to tell you one about a dream. Like i shared a dream and i want to reiterate that dream. I've always said. Mead skeleton is a modern day martin luther king junior how appropriate we get to hear about mead's dream just a few days before. Mlk junior day. Because i believe it was from the holy spirit and also i got a message from the holy spirit so donald trump voices are talking to meet again. Donald trump will be president for four more years. Not in twenty twenty four but he will be president for four more years right now. All okay. 'cause i kinda thought were this was going originally is like okay. Biden will be president for a couple years until he dies by whatever means and then Kamla takeover finish out the term. And then you know the people will elect donald trump. no donald trump is not leaving office. According to me. I kind of agree with him. I don't think donald trump is going to leave office willingly and lot of people say well. That's just crazy. Every legal avenue has been dissolved while we haven't discussed the possibility of divine intervention yet. First of all ahead this dream. That god gave to me three years ago and i wasn't looking for this. I was not expecting this. But in the dream the lord show me this big bat by the united states and all the united states it was like trump won in a landslide landslide victory. Well this is a good indication that your dream wasn't a premonition. Because that's not how the election panned out in this dream that the lord show me and donald trump was precedent in two thousand twenty. So what does this mean. I believe that he did win. In a landslide victory but because of voter fraud and because of the meddling in our election from china he is not projected the winner and they're going to say and we'll be in there but i realized we're getting so close to To january twentieth. And i say this. Because i am not a prophet. I've never been a prophet. I don't ever confused mead skeleton with being a prophet. He's the autistic kid who wrote a song about sweet tea. I don't think god speaking through you back to his premonition and his punch she saying that the holy spirit has some stuff in store for us. We're in for a quite a rudd. Because they're all planning for joe biden to be in the white house before long and and you know who his sidekick kamala and i'm sorry folks but it won't be happening. Donald trump will be president of the united states for four more years. And this is this is a share this because it's what do you think's going to happen to me on january twentieth. I hope he posts a video where he's crying. The the demons are so angry at trump supporters and that trump one. You're going to see some possible possibly bad things we've seen so bad stuff already but get ready folks. I'm packing my improvised explosives right now. Getting ready to take a trip up to washington. Dc on one hand. I don't want me going up to washington. Dc god knows what would happen on the other hand. That's exactly why. I want me to go up to washington. Dc you know what. I mean that that whole confederate statues thing was hilarious. I am kind of afraid of what Meat is capable of though he seems to think something's up and he's kind of a profit because i feel my spirit that there's going to be some darkness dark ugly mess over this land that would lead to lie seemingly saw it all summer but we're gonna see it again and but i believe we will get through it. Donald trump will be president. And that's it that's it. I just wanna share this that. Donald trump joe biden. And we'll never be president. Kamala harris will never be president. The delusion is strong with this one for trump will be president. He's i wish meet. What explain like the bras hours. Donald trump going to remain in office and that god chose. He's the one that we chose. Americans seventy five million people and folks you cannot. You cannot for a minute. Thank joe biden. is president. Just look at the attendance of his rallies. Nobody was there. But it's going to look very very bizarre in in the coming days. Let's just be ready and please be praying. Please be praying for our nation. Because they are. The left is siding with evil and the dirty republicans who voted to impeach trump. They all are just fool of vile viciousness lake meet never once condemn the violence. That just happened. A few days ago he's onto demonic democrats von democrat through up to no good all right So that's the meet up day. Royalty what happens you know. What does that inauguration happening like. Five days from now. We'll see if he's right. I think it's more likely that mead skelton himself we'll try to blow up the washington monument than trump refusing to leave the white house. Trump has come to terms with the fact that he's out meet on the other hand he's still a true believer and he's gonna burn washington. Dc to the ground. I hope he's on some sort of federal watchlist. Maybe we should all all the fbi right now. Do our civic duty. All right let's get an upgraded. Did of consider supporting this show. How by becoming a member of the side show..

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"granola" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

02:05 min | 6 months ago

"granola" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"And then go people should be put had. Is you you if you sucky fantastic intrigue like fresh shake council ball. Jack jack henry gets to not scott crazy. People know you over is it. If you sucky fantastic. Friday january fifteenth twenty twenty. One coming up on the program today trying to market consensual sex alarms and boarded granola bars. Plus bead skeleton talk to god and.

Sustainable Meat with Diana Rodgers

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

04:40 min | 8 months ago

Sustainable Meat with Diana Rodgers

"So is a registered dietitian. I am so fascinated by your background. And i know you're registered dietitian as well as wondering if you could just tell our audience a little bit about the work you do and then how you got to be in a position where you are dietitian specializing in this very unique area. Yeah i mean my current. What i'm doing is i have a part time nutrition clinic where i help people i mostly focus on moms That's just who tends to gravitate towards me folks who are looking to either lose weight or fixed gut health. Those are the two specialties and actually lately though during covert i've had a ton of binge eating and stuff like that so it's really interesting to me kind of didn't really work a lot with that population but it's just kind of come out. I think of cove it. So i'm learning more about that. I think it's really interesting. And then the other part of my time just to mix things up a little bit. Is i just finished. Producing and directing film called sacred cow. The case for better meet. And i released the book this passer. So i'm doing a lot around the promotion and advocacy for especially meet the value of meat for women and children worldwide and. Really sort of debunking all of the concerns around meat so it's sort of attacked on three levels and it's really beef that i'm focused on but i'm pro all animals foods. But it's you know we've got the tricia arguments meets gonna cause cancer and heart disease and all of that. We've got the environmental case against me. Cowards are ruining the planet. They take to up too many resources. Why not just eat directly from crops. You know it's inefficient to eat me. And then we have all the ethical concerns of course around me and i address ethics last in the book because i feel that you really have to fully appreciate the nutritional environmental contribution that well raised. Animals can make before we can even talk about whether or not. It's okay to kill beautiful animals to eat them. Because it's you can't just start with that rate and how i got here is a little wind. E i had undiagnosed iliac disease as a child and was extremely malnourished and muscle tone. Basically everything i just went straight through me and i also had a lot of neurological issues from that to just like words swirling around the page kind of almost like dyslexia kind of thing and it wasn't until i was twenty six when i got diagnosed and i couldn't believe that you could be allergic to wheat. I mean i was like that's what people eat you know So really took me by surprise. And i gave up way and it did make a huge difference but i also at the same time still kept waiting my doctor saying. I think i'm diabetic. Like why. I need to eat every hour or two. I was always had my gluten free granola bars on me. All of that stuff. So i've always been interested in like. How do i fix myself. Because gosh if i miss lunch i have like tunnel. Vision asserts sweating in. You know just it was horrible and so i really entered the field of nutrition later in life just to figure out how to fix myself and at that point i then decided to become a dietician with two little kids and at the time it felt really overwhelming but i just decided i really wanted that medical credential. I wanted to be able to take insurance. And i wanted to have some credibility in the space and so having that medical credential of our d really was important to me for while the rating speaking i do and so i just made it my part time job basically to date biochemistry and all these courses that i didn't take undergrad is an art major and so it took me a very long time. It took me about seven years to complete it and it was really rough. Because i was already sold on no processed foods and kind of the real food. Wait life as going through the program and so it was tough for me. And especially when i was working in the hospitals and nursing homes. Where like boost is your only solution for. Everybody is just so depressing. So i'm really happy to be on the other side to have a private practice. Where i can help people who want to learn more about the new tradition and i don't have to necessarily follow guidelines of my boss telling me what to do in a more clinical setting

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"granola" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"granola" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"This episode is part of our series exploring covid nineteen impact on nonprofits and small businesses in san francisco. We started the series back in april of twenty twenty during the height of the first phase of the covid nineteen pandemic and the shelter in place requirements over these past nine months the covid nineteen pandemic an economic meltdown has wiped out millions of jobs in both the nonprofit in small business sectors as well shuddered tens of thousands of small business operations the goal of the series to shine the spotlight on the nonprofits small businesses and their staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid nineteen pandemic on their operations services and sustainability the series of interviews we conducted features voices from a cross section of organizations that make up the fabric of our community each of them brings a unique perspective on how they and we are dealing with the issues facing our community during the global pandemic an economic depression. Yes it's a pandemic and yes. We have to stay safe but we have to learn how to help each other. We have to learn how to support each other's businesses. We have to learn how to sweat each other's families and we have to learn again how to grow. Small businesses can. Because i think right now the government's focusing on the bottom down and the bottom down out small businesses where we should be focusing on the bottom up because that's where the economic recovery is gonna come from in this episode are featured voice. Is michelle pusa terry from nanna. Joe's granola nanna. Joe's coonoor is a wonderful example of a local manufacturing startup that has been incubated through. Sf made his owner brings her passion for both healthy natural foods. Importing the community before profits. Which is why at nanotubes. Granola every employee is making above minimum wage. I joined remotely via sim by michelle. Who atari from manages granola. Thanks for being here. Michelle and i think people would love to know why you started editorials granola and can you tell us a little bit about sophie. Gold award is so i started non-judgmental it back in two thousand and ten with the hopes of bringing back whole food ingredients into package food world on the grocery store shelves. I noticed that a lot bulls granola on. The shelves had a ton of sugar. Some additives preservatives. And really it started with me surfing and wanting to really go out and has a lot of energy and i'm hypoglycemic and i'm really sensitive to sugar so i thought you know what i'm gonna just create. I'm a trained pastry chef. And i didn't know. I didn't make it myself to begin with but i started making my own. Granola in as everybody's stories goes friends family loved it. They found that they were having energy. A lot of people told me that they didn't have to eat lunch. And that was mainly. What i was going for was using whole food ingredients and not having any additives or preservatives or a ton of cane sugar. And we don't use any sugars. We just one sophie award. It's our third sophie awards. We went to this year. We won the gold for one of our paleo orange which is my personal favorite and then we won the bronze for paleo so we did a collaboration with hugh chocolate based out of new york and it's delicious and then we also have a silver one from two thousand eighteen. So that's kind of why. I started on just granola and why i firmly believe that if you build a business inside the community like the dog patch doc in two thousand twelve. It was much different. If you build a community that way. I really feel like you have to support them. And that's where community before profit came in light to. Can you talk a little bit more about into the other. Big question is how has been impacted your operation in. He the staff of people that you have to help make the magic of jobs so before profit started that i can think it was two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen. It's a website. I'm been working on it but just haven't had a lot of time. But i was noticing that a lot of people were feeling isolated in lost in the service industry. I grew up in the service industry. Since i was fifteen. I was front of the house for a very long time moved from you. Know being a barista back in nineteen eighty seven. Which wasn't cool to being. You know a waitress and then a bartender and just that party life you know. And i made a decision when i moved to san francisco to get sober and two thousand fifteen. Two thousand sixteen there was about four or five people who committed suicide during that time. And i think my mentality on my business on to treat people on how to look at people and how to really support other people in this industry. It's hard it's isolating. There's so many places to hide when you're in the service industry you hide behind a smile behind the bar. Nobody knows what's happening. And i think community before profit has kind of morphed into coming more towards not joe's to of being like during the pandemic when march seventh hit. I didn't lay off any employees at in furlough any employees at it. Lay off any employees. A lot of my employees family members weren't working either so i felt a huge responsibility to hold their jobs to make sure that they were still getting paid to do whatever i had to do to make sure that they were getting paid so basically i went from supporting families to supporting. You know all fifty people. I employ ten people in most people have at least five people on their family. So it may that community before prophet a little bit more real to me and a little bit more like i have a responsibility when i employ somebody. I don't just employ them just for them to get the job done. I employ them to give them the tools they need to succeed to give them the tools they need to never have to work another entry level job again

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Nana Joes Granola

Voices of the Community

05:57 min | 9 months ago

Nana Joes Granola

"This episode is part of our series exploring covid nineteen impact on nonprofits and small businesses in san francisco. We started the series back in april of twenty twenty during the height of the first phase of the covid nineteen pandemic and the shelter in place requirements over these past nine months the covid nineteen pandemic an economic meltdown has wiped out millions of jobs in both the nonprofit in small business sectors as well shuddered tens of thousands of small business operations the goal of the series to shine the spotlight on the nonprofits small businesses and their staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid nineteen pandemic on their operations services and sustainability the series of interviews we conducted features voices from a cross section of organizations that make up the fabric of our community each of them brings a unique perspective on how they and we are dealing with the issues facing our community during the global pandemic an economic depression. Yes it's a pandemic and yes. We have to stay safe but we have to learn how to help each other. We have to learn how to support each other's businesses. We have to learn how to sweat each other's families and we have to learn again how to grow. Small businesses can. Because i think right now the government's focusing on the bottom down and the bottom down out small businesses where we should be focusing on the bottom up because that's where the economic recovery is gonna come from in this episode are featured voice. Is michelle pusa terry from nanna. Joe's granola nanna. Joe's coonoor is a wonderful example of a local manufacturing startup that has been incubated through. Sf made his owner brings her passion for both healthy natural foods. Importing the community before profits. Which is why at nanotubes. Granola every employee is making above minimum wage. I joined remotely via sim by michelle. Who atari from manages granola. Thanks for being here. Michelle and i think people would love to know why you started editorials granola and can you tell us a little bit about sophie. Gold award is so i started non-judgmental it back in two thousand and ten with the hopes of bringing back whole food ingredients into package food world on the grocery store shelves. I noticed that a lot bulls granola on. The shelves had a ton of sugar. Some additives preservatives. And really it started with me surfing and wanting to really go out and has a lot of energy and i'm hypoglycemic and i'm really sensitive to sugar so i thought you know what i'm gonna just create. I'm a trained pastry chef. And i didn't know. I didn't make it myself to begin with but i started making my own. Granola in as everybody's stories goes friends family loved it. They found that they were having energy. A lot of people told me that they didn't have to eat lunch. And that was mainly. What i was going for was using whole food ingredients and not having any additives or preservatives or a ton of cane sugar. And we don't use any sugars. We just one sophie award. It's our third sophie awards. We went to this year. We won the gold for one of our paleo orange which is my personal favorite and then we won the bronze for paleo so we did a collaboration with hugh chocolate based out of new york and it's delicious and then we also have a silver one from two thousand eighteen. So that's kind of why. I started on just granola and why i firmly believe that if you build a business inside the community like the dog patch doc in two thousand twelve. It was much different. If you build a community that way. I really feel like you have to support them. And that's where community before profit came in light to. Can you talk a little bit more about into the other. Big question is how has been impacted your operation in. He the staff of people that you have to help make the magic of jobs so before profit started that i can think it was two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen. It's a website. I'm been working on it but just haven't had a lot of time. But i was noticing that a lot of people were feeling isolated in lost in the service industry. I grew up in the service industry. Since i was fifteen. I was front of the house for a very long time moved from you. Know being a barista back in nineteen eighty seven. Which wasn't cool to being. You know a waitress and then a bartender and just that party life you know. And i made a decision when i moved to san francisco to get sober and two thousand fifteen. Two thousand sixteen there was about four or five people who committed suicide during that time. And i think my mentality on my business on to treat people on how to look at people and how to really support other people in this industry. It's hard it's isolating. There's so many places to hide when you're in the service industry you hide behind a smile behind the bar. Nobody knows what's happening. And i think community before profit has kind of morphed into coming more towards not joe's to of being like during the pandemic when march seventh hit. I didn't lay off any employees at in furlough any employees at it. Lay off any employees. A lot of my employees family members weren't working either so i felt a huge responsibility to hold their jobs to make sure that they were still getting paid to do whatever i had to do to make sure that they were getting paid so basically i went from supporting families to supporting. You know all fifty people. I employ ten people in most people have at least five people on their family. So it may that community before prophet a little bit more real to me and a little bit more like i have a responsibility when i employ somebody. I don't just employ them just for them to get the job done. I employ them to give them the tools they need to succeed to give them the tools they need to never have to work another entry level job again

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"granola" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

03:32 min | 9 months ago

"granola" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"To sweat each other's families and we have to learn again how to grow. Small businesses can. Because i think right now the government's focusing on the bottom down and the bottom down out small businesses where we should be focusing on the bottom up because that's where the economic recovery is gonna come from in this episode are featured voice. Is michelle pusa terry from nanna. Joe's granola nanna. Joe's coonoor is a wonderful example of a local manufacturing startup that has been incubated through. Sf made his owner brings her passion for both healthy natural foods. Importing the community before profits. Which is why at nanotubes. Granola every employee is making above minimum wage. I joined remotely via sim by michelle. Who atari from manages granola. Thanks for being here. Michelle and i think people would love to know why you started editorials granola and can you tell us a little bit about sophie. Gold award is so i started non-judgmental it back in two thousand and ten with the hopes of bringing back whole food ingredients into package food world on the grocery store shelves. I noticed that a lot bulls granola on. The shelves had a ton of sugar. Some additives preservatives. And really it started with me surfing and wanting to really go out and has a lot of energy and i'm hypoglycemic and i'm really sensitive to sugar so i thought you know what i'm gonna just create. I'm a trained pastry chef. And i didn't know. I didn't make it myself to begin with but i started making my own. Granola in as everybody's stories goes friends family loved it. They found that they were having energy. A lot of people told me that they didn't have to eat lunch. And that was mainly. What i was going for was using whole food ingredients and not having any additives or preservatives or a ton of cane sugar. And we don't use any sugars. We just one sophie award. It's our third sophie awards. We went to this year. We won the gold for one of our paleo orange which is my personal favorite and then we won the bronze for paleo so we did a collaboration with hugh chocolate based out of new york and it's delicious and then we also have a silver one from two thousand eighteen. So that's kind of why. I started on just granola and why i firmly believe that if you build a business inside the community like the dog patch doc in two thousand twelve. It was much different. If you build a community that way. I really feel like you have to support them. And that's where community before profit came in light to. Can you talk a little bit more about into the other. Big question is how has been impacted your operation in. He the staff of people that you have to help make the magic of jobs so before profit started that i can think it was two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen. It's a website. I'm been working on it but just haven't had a lot of time. But i was noticing that a lot of people were feeling isolated in lost in the service industry. I grew up in the service industry. Since i was fifteen. I was front of the house for a very long time moved from you. Know being a barista back in nineteen eighty seven. Which wasn't cool to being. You know a waitress and then a bartender and just that party life you know. And i made a decision when i moved to san francisco to get sober and two thousand fifteen. Two thousand sixteen there was about four or five people who committed suicide during that time..

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"granola" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

Brewsing Banter

08:34 min | 11 months ago

"granola" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

"All right thanks, Brian Daniels coming through on the PODCAST definitely definitely courage everybody to to check it out if you are listening, get you some at WWW. Good granola bars that come A month. Nine selling records thought he would. Not Drive millwood that shit is he going to watch that up I? Mean I think the video was doing well I think that's what they. See. That's the thing they. Video clips to do well, like people were clicking on the shit ain't nobody listened to his music. But he also had to use I hear you black China Video Nicki Minaj and the other video. So I think everybody caught on down and it's like it's funny because he reached out to Gilly n Right, online to go for them in his like now, don't talk with that type of. Job Jobe was talking about before he got y'all crazy part the reason why he wanted to reach the snitch on other focusing a dismissed again basically. Mattel the basically tell everybody who was working with him behind sees that they want to show the working in front in front of people and so polite you tell him again as game you got a bad habit zits ways. Because a newspaper press why would you want to people trying to help you want behind the scene while you on blast Amman and email blast, and you try to get like niggers that ain't Wi with your movie. You try to get next to them to have them, put it on their platform like was. That's crazy shit. Dude. Needs. Help. Hopefully gets it. Should help what else is going I. Guess Something has happened in the Ron Taylor. Case, it is going to a grand jury hopefully. We'll see something. With going with that Senate is going to grand jury. So people can decide hopefully his a diverse grand jury and see if we can. At least make the arrest that people are are talking about because I mean outside of watching some of that special and that is crazy like. Time especially think it is. Only. Thing is. For real estate like you gotta rest on arrest of night it's just crazy like. Even, listening to man like denial one call he made he made like you. So you didn't identify yourself at all. On one right y'all got y'all got to speak I WANNA speed dial. Call them right as soon as for fire. All right. Doesn't make any sense. Yeah it's crazy. This is nice. The hopefully long. was resolved. I saw. It was a video at the surface out a what is it Clayton County sheriff's. Some in Georgia. That, they'd be disbanded up late of eleven. For. The Lift Hill. He was a passenger. Yeah I. took him out in there talking about he bit me Motherfucker what the Hell. Wait meany BITTU like people. These these cops is crazy. Yeah. the the Clayton County police. Department hurry up and say, Oh, they weren't part of us with the share Volvo. WWL service wasn't. Would he? Should've done like a thumbing a lift and their light is out why are you asking the passenger? For the season's if he got his license, then give him his ticket deadly. Quest for. Its who ruled that? I'M GONNA I'm GonNa live passenger. You'll need my. Gordon sometimes people that. Don't have cars so. Plus Life. The whole. Thing is this like you'll you don't do what I say as a cop, I can do whatever I want. I don't have the comply from the back seat of a list like. You don't want me. You stopped him for speeding go ahead and give them with tickets gutter. For light whatever the case. Won't star because he was speeding and late now because he had to deal with this, Shit. I can't give the cosmos. Star. Don't even matter. allstars A lot. This is wow. Else. Oh I watched the well I started watching the the the show on who woke in by TIC TACs grace there wasn't there we. Heard it I heard it was coming a cartoonist is based on a based loosely based on a true story I. Think they actually name is Keith but he was a cartoonist got up assaulted by police and it changed like he was he was a cartoonist he had like an area. Type cartoons but after that encounter like he said, he had never encountered like that and the changes whole perspective. On life in general and just race relations and stuff like that. So really started messing. Resolute. Mentally, where he started in this particular show, throw seeing things talking to him like inanimate objects start talking to him like, yeah. What's funny you Nolan type of thing it's both by a lot of Away is a cartoon does not a cartoon? It's too but his. Brother's name, and that's hard because he was on. From the new guy, the new girl who's on. The black. On black from new knowing. Only be. Because they junior year. On because he was originally, he really supposed to be that character he was. Originally be in the show, but he was first position on happily ever after whatever whatever. Whatever that show was yes. They. Happy. We're both good, right so He had to leave and they replaced them with Winston some sure all Winston wants to character. Didn't have the end guy canceled early I came back. Came back, right. He was. He was coach on the On actual show he never coast anything. Out think they said what they call them quote I. Don't think that had nothing to do actually coaching. What else is going on I? Think that's all I. had them popped up starting at a chance to watch the. Path time. The US Open to when we? Won. Her Third Grand Slam. And US Open in every. Every match, she wore a different mask with. A police murdered or police assassinated black person. She really was speaking message in even even after she gave her post win interview with. Cypher when she just try Anna, just wanted a interviews. Pastor was she was what her purpose of doing that for and she asked him Bachelorette what did you feel about it? Like you answer that question? That's why I'm doing it so that people like you can answer the question. She's so nice. He remind me like a tennis version of Janet Jackson your. Jackson. So Meek and you're like, oh, she's not. She can't see initially get on the stage and just rip it like Naomi is a killer on court Massey was down six one in down two sets in the second ended up winning the whole thing like. People don't come back from a deficit that bid so but chess out the her. I I didn't realize that she mess with homeboy. What's the meaning? Y Bien Court. Or? Somebody, but that's a good match. That's a good match. I like that good at their job. Quite like says a lot. Would they do right? Absolutely. So I like that that's was interested in seeing that match..

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Origin Stories: Joe Coulombes Quirky Legacy at Trader Joes

Business Wars Daily

03:18 min | 1 year ago

Origin Stories: Joe Coulombes Quirky Legacy at Trader Joes

"From wondering I'm David. Brown and this is business wars daily on this Monday August third. During the pandemic, the news has been rushing by faster than a bullet train. It's easy to get caught up in the daily news overlook the big picture. So this week we're taking a little step back in looking at the origin stories of some of America's most iconic companies I in our series trader. Joe's it's founder Joe Colom died in. March, at the age of eighty nine trader Joe's of course, is the neighborhood grocery chain that transformed millions of people, shoppers, and employees alike into cult-like fans. The impact of his markets has been so significant that the Washington Post called Coloma cultural icon there's no trader Joe's near You well, let me. Step back for just a second and tell you the story. It was nineteen, sixty, seven Joe Coolum. Thirty seven had built a chain of eighteen convenience stores in California when gigantic seven eleven came along and he realized he couldn't compete according to the New York Times. The had to find something else to do one day. Kulam read that sixty percent of young people who were qualified to go to college. We're going thank you GI bill. He also read that Boeing was building a plane, the seven, thirty seven that would give more people the opportunity to travel overseas the assumed more international travel would make Americans pallets more adventurous New York Times reported. The idea for trader Joe's a store with fresh produce, sophisticated flavors and good wine affordable prices was born he opened the first one in Pasadena California that year famously Kulon conceived of Trader Joe's is a store for the quote over educated and underpaid his stores would serve budding foodies who wanted something more than they could get it typical supermarkets but who couldn't pay a fortune for it and something? More was what he built quirky stores with. South. Seas flair shelves stocked with Exotic Cheeses and gourmet foods from other countries and eventually natural foods and organic produce. He also trained cashiers to be both friendly and authentic a tradition that continues. So strongly today that following colognes death one woman tweeted name one mental health professional that could teach me as much about emotional intimacy as a trader. Joe's cashier. The hawaiian-shirted workers often seem so unusually pleasant that people ask why they seem so happy. It isn't simply good customer service training that accounts for the smile. It's no Colom also believed in treating employees well, today according to the trader Joe's claims that its workers are among the industry's best compensated employees they receive annual raises ranging from seven to ten percent health insurance starts on. Day One more than one person tweeted that trader Joe's covered health crises that other companies would likely not such as the woman who claimed that her colleague faced a two million dollar bill for brain cancer treatments. But with trader, Joe's health insurance he paid nothing as the A. P. noted, many workers have stayed with trader Joe's for decades in an industry marked by high turnover. From colognes ethics good food at affordable prices came hundreds of store brand items like Granola in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two unheard of cookie butter and frozen Mac and cheese

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"Can't breathe": Death of man in Tacoma police custody ruled homicide

KIRO Nights

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

"Can't breathe": Death of man in Tacoma police custody ruled homicide

"The family of a man who died while in Tacoma police custody wants an independent investigation car radios Erin granola reports their demands could be met by tomorrow the Tacoma city council could ask governor Inslee to order a review of many Ellis's death Ellis died in March after being restrained by Tacoma police officers James Bible is the family attorney an unarmed black man was killed by police via suffocation autopsy report ruled Ellis's death a homicide but also found drugs and a heart condition were factors to the Pierce county sheriff's office is investigating Tacoma police what Bible says working closely together to make their innocence we the same jurisdiction the news Tribune reports the sheriff's office is expected to release its findings next week cancers involved in the case are on paid administrative

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"granola" Discussed on See What Happens

See What Happens

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"granola" Discussed on See What Happens

"Let me see hello from Catherine Saint Catharines out Ontario Canada high. We have the leave. Oh I'm sorry you can't leave. We're talking we're supposed to stay in your homes. Okay having to deliver a baby during Kobe. Nineteen won't let the DADDIES in the hospital. That's tough. I'm so sorry as really tough. It's a tough time. It is is really tough. She's hanging there and love each other. You know I I'm an emotional eater myself. I've discovered that covered that when you keep making stuff and I keep eating. It got to be buying this beautiful. You did that. You made a really Nice Granola. Oh Yeah I may get an elevator. That's my problem. Granola stopped making GRANOLA GRANOLA. I can't well if I eat it and move. It's there I'm GONNA eat it. It's just one thing it's like you know. What are you like much granola? I never got good cereal when I was a kid. We get lucky. Charms good yet tastes good. But like you know. Like loops frosted flakes frosted flakes guy. But you had to eat at fast thing about frosted flakes cereal. You had needed fast otherwise it got soggy. And then you don't want to eat it because you realize basically. Yeah Yeah Yeah Right. It's all sugary. I know I used to have a lucky charms for breakfast and come back after school. My mom worked. My Dad worked so it was a back. Then it was like you know. I don't think that they Back then which is called. You just deal with it. You know your kid. I think they call like lock key. Child or whatever. They didn't have names for that when I was a kid. So and then I would eat another couple of bowls that and then like pass out not understand why nobody was eating so much sugar in junk and stuff but you know they bless magnon so you should. They want us to talk in Spanish. Okay okay go ahead on talking to Spanish for a little bit for these young people. There was a huge Chen. Who signed the baseball above me? Let me take a look. See Three Willie.

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The Legacy of Joe Coulombe - The Founder of Trader Joe's

Business Wars Daily

04:01 min | 1 year ago

The Legacy of Joe Coulombe - The Founder of Trader Joe's

"You heard the sad news last week. The joke who had died at the age of eighty nine. Who that you say? We'll Cologne founded trader. Joe's The neighborhood. Grocery chain that Trans for millions of people shoppers and employees alike into cult-like fans the impact of his markets has been so significant that the Washington Post called Colom a cultural icon. There's no trader Joe's near you will let step back for just a second and I'll tell you the story. It was nineteen sixty seven joke loan than thirty seven years old had built a chain of eighteen convenience stores in California when gigantic seven eleven came along and he realized he couldn't compete according to the New York Times. He had to find something else to do or one day. Colom read that sixty percent of young people who qualified to go to college. Were going thank you? Gi Bill He also read that. Boeing was building a plane. The seven thirty seven. That would give more people the opportunity to travel overseas. He assumed more international travel would make Americans pallets more adventurous. The New York Times reported the idea for trader Joe's store with fresh produce sophisticated flavors and good wine at an affordable price was born. He opened the first one in Pasadena. California that year famously. Colom conceived of Trader Joe's store for the over educated and underpaid historic would serve budding foodies. Who wanted something more than they could get it a typical supermarket but who couldn't pay a fortune for it and something more was what he built. Quirky stores with a South Seas Flare shelves stocked with Exotic Cheeses and gourmet foods from other countries and eventually natural foods and organic produce. He also trained cashiers to be both friendly and authentic a tradition that continues so strongly today that following Coloma's death one woman tweeted name one mental health professional. That could teach me as much about emotional. Intimacy is a trader Joe's cashier the hawaiian-shirted workers often seem so unusually pleasant. That people ask. Why seem so happy? It isn't simply good. Customer Service training that accounts for the smile no Colom also believed in treating employees well today according to the trader. Joe's claims that its workers are among the industry's best compensated employees. They receive annual raises ranging from seven to ten percent. Health Insurance starts on day. One more than one person tweeted that trader. Joe's covered health crises that other companies would likely not such as the woman who claimed that her colleague faced a two million dollar bill for brain cancer treatments but with trader. Joe's health insurance. He paid nothing as the A. P. noted many workers have stayed with trader Joe's for decades in an industry marked by high turnover from Cologne Fox. Good food at affordable. Prices came hundreds of store brand items like Granola in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy two rather unheard of here in the states cookie butter frozen Mac and cheese also California wines unheard of prices such as the Charles Shaw wine still referred to as two buck chuck. Although today it costs a little more outside. California in Nineteen seventy-nine Colom Sole Trader Joe's to Aldi Nord German grocery chain. Not the same one that owns the Strip down. Budget PRICED AT SUPERMARKETS. Colom remained on a CEO Until Nineteen eighty-eight. The original of the company is still firmly intact today trader. Joe's boasts five hundred stores across the country in two thousand fourteen. The New York Times described the unique chain is equal parts gourmet shop discount warehouse and Tiki Trading Post. The company is hardly without its challenges. It faces a giant rival in whole foods owned by Amazon. All these which is owned by German firm. Audi sued a sort of second cousin to trader. Joe's owner Aldi. Nord is making a big push in America and reportedly beats trader. Joe's on price. Then there are complaints about the downsides of popularity especially given trader Joe's famously small stores in parking lots there are the long lines overcrowding running out a favorite items and too many choices

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Joe Coulombe, founder of popular Trader Joe’s markets, dies

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Joe Coulombe, founder of popular Trader Joe’s markets, dies

"Joe globus family says he died Friday at age eighty nine following a long illness he opened his first trader Joe's in Pasadena California in nineteen sixty seven stocked it with granola organic foods and other items he bought directly from suppliers to keep prices low there are now more than five hundred stores in over forty states Cologne is also known for his trader Joe's wine stores which started out selling the infamous two Buck Chuck two dollar ones which is still sells for in California I'm Julie Walker

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Chicago: Four Curie High School Freshman Students Suffer Overdose

Steve Cochran

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago: Four Curie High School Freshman Students Suffer Overdose

"News for freshman curry high school became ill yesterday after ingesting cannabis laced granola bars paramedics were able to call the work all to the school for reports of several students overdosing three of them were taken to the hospital the parents of the fourth refuse treatment the students are fourteen and fifteen years

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Pack a snack bag

Before Breakfast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Pack a snack bag

"Good morning. This is Laura. Welcome to the before for breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to pack a snack. Bag It's a great way to save time and money and to avoid finding yourself hungry or eating too much junk food. We've all been there when a meeting ran long unexpected traffic slowed us down or an awkward schedule left. No time to grab lunch then. There are the times when despite dining on schedule. We're just craving snack. It can be tempting to go to the coffee shop around the corner. But by the time me put on your coat walkover wait for your order. Then walk back and regain your focus if probably spent at least twenty minutes and five dollars or more on that quick coffee and Muffin and break that time and money better spent unintentional coffee break with a colleague rather than a desperate food. Run because you need a snack of course if you avoid the coffee shop it's easy to fall into a not much better alternative going to a vending machine or rating the Candy Bowl on a colleague's desk that may require less time and money but your choices probably won't be healthy. A better approach is to pack a snack bag. Ideally containing haning foods with some protein. And not too much sugar. You WanNa avoid the crash after the sugar high wears off some options for your snack bag or almonds or other nuts A protein bar celery sticks and on the go peanut butter and apple raisins beef Jerky or anything reasonably portable not too messy and a million preschoolers can't be wrong. Sometimes goldfish or Graham crackers can hit the spot to in a recent. NPR Life podcast. Judas Matt's was interviewed about intuitive twitter. Eating that's the practice of eating what you want when you're hungry simple unreasonable. Right among the tips Matt's offered was to carry a variety variety of foods with you at least then she says there's a reasonable chance that you'll have something that's a good enough match for you or at least you'll have something where you can have a bite or two to take the edge off your hunger until you're able to get out and get something that will satisfy you. That makes a lot of sense carrying carrot sticks sticks and sunflower seeds. May seem like a great idea until you're craving something sweet or smooth and nothing in your snack bag hits spot so said depending on your general cravings you might have a routine of carrying something salty. Something sweet something crunchy and something smooth to satisfy whatever taste east and texture. You happen to be in the mood for when you get hungry. One day. That might be almonds a banana and raisins another day. You might take popcorn trail trail mix and a sugar free Pudding Cup packing a snack. Bag doesn't have to be onerous once a week or so fill snack size zip blocks or small reusable containers the various snacks then in the morning. Just toss one in your bag as you're headed out the door you'll never find yourself starving unhappy and forced to pay four dollars for Granola bar. You don't really want again.

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General Mills Unhealthy Returns

MarketFoolery

09:23 min | 2 years ago

General Mills Unhealthy Returns

"I'm Matt Greer and joining me is motley, fool, unless wrong gross Ron, it is just you and me in a word. How would you describe how you're feeling right now? So excited I could barely contain myself. Okay. Okay. Always happy to be here with you MAC. Well, good. Well, I'm excited to later. We're gonna talk some net flicks. They're losing the office. If you heard of the office show boy, my kids love them, some office, as do mine, and effective twenty twenty one the office will no longer be on Netflix. We'll talk about that. We're also gonna talk about some FedEx. But let's begin with a rough day for general mills shares down around five percent at the time of our taping on earnings. Ron disappointing revenue weakness in their US snacks business. Now, a lot of us when we think general mills we think cereal and, you know, the cereal cereal sales. In line with last year hanging in there. But they're not just cereal. They've got a number of brands everything from Haagen-Dazs to yo play to pet food, but they are running into this trend of consumers eating healthier, tough go, you got it. You know, it's interesting actually even with today's drop the stock was up twenty five twenty six percent on the year. I would not have guessed that if you'd asked me to, to kind of predict how the stock has done this year. So that was surprising to me, but you nailed it. It's, it's everyone's growing preference for healthier, breakfast and snacking options. It's hit all the companies Kellogg, wand, Elise Kraft Heinz. It doesn't matter who you are certainly general mills is, is not immune to that net sales organic net sales that's important in North America. Fell two percent. That sounds healthy though. That's our Ganic but importantly, because of their attempt to diversify and specifically the blue buffalo pet food company they bought last year. Total sales was actually up seven percent and they saw thirty percent increase in the blue. Buffalo pet business. So diversifying is is working. But obviously they want to grow some of their brands continue with some of their healthier brands a focus on Haagen-Dazs. Interestingly, not so healthy old, El Paso, Mexican their portfolio of natural and organic foods and their snack bars. They're, they're really trying to kind of focus on growing those businesses. So I think the question that everyone wants to know is where does this leave bugles because they I love entry, hopefully, you know, if you love you have you ever had. Carmel bugles. Oh, I don't think so. But when I was a kid, it was one of the most satisfying things to buy the bag of bugles. And then you pretend that they are, in fact, bugles, right? Let alone the child you needed Ave. Clearly. That was just salt and a bag. Why they were so good, crunchy salt and event is true in shockingly, not doing as well today with the health conscious consumer. So let's talk a bit more about the stock because as you mentioned, the stocks had a great last year beating the market. But it's lost to the market over the last five years and shares now trading below where they were five years ago and fun fact still outperforming Kellogg. Yeah. With wolf. Wolf wolf ESO? What's the bull case for general mills? The bull case, I think, is that they're going to continue to diversify through acquisitions, but that's dicey because that, that bull case also has a barriques right around the corner. It's tough to do aquisitions correctly. You wanna make sure you pay the right price. You might make sure you go into the correct areas, I think, part of the strength of general mills over lasts a bunch of months was partly the result of the diversification strategy. Blue buffalo being one the investors seemed to be excited about. But it's tough. I mean, the stocks. Our trading around sixteen times, not just Errol mills. But a lot of these companies, and there's a reason for that. And the reason is, is a lot of uncertainty going forward, and we'll probably still see weakness for some time until they kind of get their product portfolio straightened out. Okay. Ron and as we wrap up here looking back on your cereals, and they don't have to general mills that can be Kellogg, and they can be. But how about some favourite serials by far knock, Chem crabbing crunch is one of my favorites with crunch berries? No without contributes, actually. But foodie, pebbles are just unbelievably yes, love. Overrated. My guy was the Flintstones market. No. It was just the made. The milk fruity fruity ish. You let them get a little soggy of I gotta go. I might have to have them today. Okay. Let me hit you as some of my favorites and tell me how you come down apple jacks, boring. But my wife loves it really is fruit loops. Yeah. Like pretty pebble. Cousin count chocula now to chocolate for me to shot. Are you kidding? Get here is one of my favorites this was a sleeper frosted mini. We have it written down right here on my extra. So I wouldn't forget to mention it if you let them get a little bit Sigy fantastic. And you feel like you're eating wheat. So how bad could it be? Oh my gosh. And one of my truly favorites and I had probably a six to seven year relationship, it was a monogamous relationship here. Think about you needing a hobby, ready ready, golden grams. Oh, they're the Golden Globes are good for sure. I mean harsh their magic. It's a shame that cereal has, has gone, the way of the dodo bird because it's delicious, obviously, it's unhealthy. And that's why but even granola is delicious and milk. Everything is good. The for I'm gonna hit you with three over. Rated cereals. And you tell me if you agree ready? Yeah. Weeds god. Yes. They'll terrible Rice Krispies. They do crack snap, crackle, and pop feeling fun far after that, it's like, okay. And then Cheerios. Yeah. Oh my God. Like eating cardboard. Yeah. Honey nut Cheerios are okay. And then the one and then one more name. I wrote you get this on those other one more one more name. I wrote down and the word or the phrase, I have written by it is. I'm not dead yet. His grape nuts. I always when I was a kid I always associated grape nuts with like being older. And now that I'm older, I still associate with being have to be like, eighty to enjoy the exact. Yes. So I've got a few more years, but I'm looking forward to okay? Let's move on, after that hard hitting analysis. Let's move onto FedEx stock not doing much on earnings. Ceo, Fred Smith said trade disputes, and an economic slowdown have created quote significant uncertainty for FedEx express, Ron. Also facing stiff competition from UPS and Amazon as well. What do you think of FedEx earnings, the earnings are okay, but it's, it's the forward guidance about US China trade tensions, they forecast, a mid single digit percentage, point decline in adjusted earnings for fiscal twenty twenty investors. Don't like to see that, that I can tell you as far as this quarter adjusted revenue up two point eight percent operating income down seven percent though, negatively affected by lower package and freight revenues at FedEx express higher costs at FedEx ground cost associated with their US-based voluntary. Employment played by out the, the are voluntarily retiring, lots of employees there to cut costs. There was some strength though, US volume growth was up increased revenue per shipment at FedEx freight and FedEx ground some, some favorable incentive compensation expense. Decline. So there, there were some offsetting positives. But overall, you know, you don't wanna see a company like FedEx an operating income decline. And let's talk about the competition. Because when you look at FedEx when you look at the stock shares have lost to the market over the last year and they've lost to the market over the last five years, but they're still beating ups, okay? If you want to feel better, if you're go hang out with UPS right, but it seems like increasingly you've got traditional competitors like ups, but you also have the Amazons the Uber's you have anyone with a car who may essentially contract their time and their services out to a bigger company to deliver. How does FedEx compete with that, while you're seeing that it's tough? And you're seeing that in the stock price, they're doing things like making it more convenient for folks to drop off and pick up packages of perfect. Example would be. They just said, they're going going to create drop off and pickup sites at dollar generals, eight thousand stores what that does it puts ninety percent of the US population close to a FedEx full footprint of some kind. So they're trying to make it as convenient as possible their severed ties with Amazon for their express delivery service, the, they're making strategic moves, and sometimes. Difficult move, because as you say, it's very competitive landscape out there in Ron before we get to our next story. I want to say thanks to net suite now we know here at the motley, fool that if you don't know your numbers. You don't know your business, but the problem that growing businesses have the thing that keeps them from knowing their numbers is this Hodge podge of business systems. It's just a mess. You've got a system for accounting. You've got another one for sales. You've got another one for inventory. Yikes. It's so incredibly inefficient takes up a lot of time sucks up way too many resources and Ron, that's where net suite by oracle comes in.

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"granola" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"granola" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Out you have investors? We started off by putting our own money in. So our first two locations was Julian I and then we took on some outside money at the beginning of two thousand seventeen in that helped with our rapid expansion over. So what has she our investors versus a Bank loan? That's correct. Okay. It's an interesting subplot that we have not been able to get any loans from anyone who tried multiple times. Yeah. Yeah. It's been interesting. You know, good for the ego. Not good for the heat and go not good for the feels. But we understand restaurants are very high risk. So, you know, we appreciated what we got when we got it because it was very high risk still, you know there. There are still even restaurant investors that are scared of investing in restaurants. So it's also it's also been kind of a tumultuous time in the space. So I think that doesn't help our case. Yeah. But but we've done very well with what we've been been given. And we're very appreciative. Because you know, when we first set out to open the granola bar Westport. We did go go in our town and try to raise some capital. But it really looked quite scary. Especially when you know, we are still present in our families lives. We are not, you know, putting hard hard lines down. And so it's been difficult. So how did you wind up at the finance? Inference that we did with Tremaine Alice. Elliot L got to see him by we those. There's we're going a conference next week in the city. And I mean, we always learn so much where we walk away. So inspired. And there's nothing like hearing from other founders, and you know, the the camaraderie of the highs and the lows and everything in between. It's so good. It's really good for the soul. Yeah. And we're still we're still a very small company, and where able to hit it, and that's really exciting. Once you have twenty thirty stores. It's very hard to make little moves or big ones. But I think for us, you know, staying here for awhile feels really comfortable kind of just like Dana said growing, our brand and growing our company just from within this footprint feels much more authentic than, you know, building more stores right now not feels that feels really good. So you have salad dressing granola. We have we have some really delicious granola bars as our that Renault, lavar, we have a paleo line of baked goods as well. Which is quite popular. We have muffins and paleo cookies we're going to be working on kind of our interior consumer goods line that we can sell inside of our stores were always expanding. We've a wonderful executive chef Neal. He's.

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"granola" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"granola" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"And I'm like, she's not my friend. We just met. And I think there is this real birth of just two women that had this crazy appetite for work. So here we were with like, no idea. What the case was. I mean, we we have to enter crazy passion for food that I think neither one of us had really tapped into you know, like we were both in different industries, and we like to go out to eat. But we had like a real passion for food and culturally, we realized that we both lived in home. Uh-huh. Growing up that used food to sue comfort used food to comfort and we had similar grandma's. We came to understand that like had seven proteins on Friday night dinner who needs seven proteins into. Where did you grow up? I've up in Connecticut at Klay, so okay. I'm going the fast forward you. So don't politics. This may holidays about everything. We're working on that. Now, I just say I'm sorry. A million workshop. Over apologizing. There could be we should probably do that at cherry bomb university. Yes. Yeah. This this is just just tell us what you learned the big thing that I learned is that never say sorry. We'll say sorry. If you need to say sorry, obviously, don't say sorry, say thank you. Thank you for letting me collect my I say both. That's good. Thank you. It's too late for me. Just going to have to reprogram there's hope for you, just but there's no hope for me. Yeah. There's definitely hope for you. It's good to because I think saying thank you keeps things positive. So it's like this is a problem. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. Thank you. Jess. All right. And you I'm sorry. Thank you for saying, you're sorry. And I'm sorry. So. We're going gonna leap forward. So there's a huge difference between your cottage granola illegal cottage granola and stop it. Harasses opening your first retail as us to get there. Yeah. We have to go to nothing. I want you to get there. But it's just such a leap. How did you make that lease leap? It's a huge leap. So and it deals with you know, a lot right? So during this time, we were kind of making ends meet with this criminal company. It was wholesale. It was very difficult. We didn't know what we were doing. And even apparently if you do it's very difficult to the it's it's a tough tough business. And it's a very our particular item granola with, you know, a crowded a crowded space, you go to whole foods and there's thirty two different local granola. So it wasn't like we had this unique product that you know, we could get into every whole foods in the country. And even if we could we weren't sure we wanted to because if you multiply a million bag. Eggs by zero profit you have zero. And man, I was not like people the people people said, oh, it's a volume business. And I was like not if you keep multiplying it by zero. It's not interesting. And so we we had a mentor at actually Dan in. And they had opened a concept store in the city that we found very interesting. We're making bulk or Nola for them and someone at that store said to us they worked for Dan and corporate what if you turned your manufacturing around? What if you at your home town of Westport, Connecticut that you basically, you know, opened up kind of a manufacturing facilities. So that you took back all of that contract manufacturing. You know profit that you were giving giving away we went to look at space in Westport our hometown, we found a space, and that made sense to you as a concept, you set a light bulb L know what? Well, not not not initially. I think it was more that we could do the manufacturing. And he, you know, he also suggested well, you could have like. A little cafe out front. And when we were being reflective of how we ate in our lifestyle. And we were we were entrepreneurs we didn't have an office. We didn't have a headquarters so we are kind of bouncing around, and we would often work out of one of our homes, and we would make ourselves keen wa bowls or avocado toast or egg bowls. And we really were being reflective..

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"granola" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"granola" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"We Julie came to me and said Julie had done them traveling and she came back from her trip. And she said, oh, I had the most delicious granola when I was on vacation sounded like it was. So I can't tell you. That's top secret. No. Because you know, I I was on the west coast, which I'm very attached to just the beauty of the northern west coast. Look like California girl to do gold. Goldline whole met. No, I'm like Jewish from Long Island. Nobody's ever said that. That's the funny where where are you from? And then the people next me go really you had to ask. Well, thanks. So no I had. I was like, oh, look there's this. I thought there was this white space in giftable high end beautiful granola like the Bergdorf of granola. So I pitched that to Dana. Well, I I I I care. I I said I need to try it. Right. I'm not going to endorse something or get behind something that I don't enjoy. So the first batch was made, and it was really delicious, really really religious. In fact, it's still exist. So the granola was great. It was really really good good. And I was so happy to not only endorse it, but you know, be a part of it. So we and Dana was a we more weed Bish more popular than I was. And I don't mean that in any kind of I think it's because I had an older child. I had I was we were in school age by that time with him. And Julia was just you know. Nicer than me. But but I think. I think Dana is just a beautiful person. And she had a network of people. So the first call of business was like, hey deny, you know, a lot more people than I do all jokes aside. I was like can you can you see if people like this? And so media, we had this great reaction from Dina's bribes. Just about how delicious it was. We thought okay, maybe we had something. So I went to the local far market in Westport, we should Florida. We're gonna be hotel twenty twenty but we went to the local market and the gentleman. There are said great. I'll take a few cases. What's the name of the company, and how much is it and I called in? And I was like what's a case. What does he mean? By a case. What is that? We had to use the Google. We had to use the Google, and what's next crazy? What are we going to have like one of those cottage industry licenses something? Yeah. No. We had nothing. We were making it entertaining about. No. It was just doing doing. Okay. We are buying the ingredients gloves retail it. Right. We were we're making everything in her kitchen. Yeah. Exactly. We are buying the most expensive Honey they had. And we wanted it to be delicious. That was what we were seeing. But we've really really fell into it. And then all of a sudden, I mean, we'll fast forward a bit. But we just realized that we had this great working relationship. Like who? I mean we cared about granola. But in a way, like in a way, it was this dynamic friendship that was being born and people would say to us. Oh, you don't. I do this voice. It's terrible. I didn't do it for the people. But it's like, you know, you work with your friend. He can't work for their friend..

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"granola" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"granola" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"I think mine was all phone omega all right that's what i call my biceps get the hell out get the hell out of my house get out okay so she told police we got our hopes up that he was real he's everywhere in morgan's bedroom they found so they found normal twelve year old girl things they found mad libs they found like some books but they also found granola putty stuck to the ceiling a granola patio a good list put and griffey of oh god they found fifty drawings referring explicitly this lender man scrawled with slogans in all capital letters like never alone and he still sees you do they have any drawings of slender man with a bunch of fucking caps well no i don't maybe know because she was a cat oh right who was who in the seven have been a self portrait i think but she had a cat leaped shoot parenti loved but apparently she also loved to watch videos of cats murdering smiling she also loved peyton i'm pretty sure so yeah right yeah and you know what's who's to say anyway so they found these like creepy drawings of slender man like sketches and doodles and then it would say like never alone he's still watching or still sees you like santa like a really really fucks up santa and then a lot of them had the operator symbol which is a circle covered by an x which is supposed to either fend off slender man or draw him closer to you it's just like one of those creepy symbolic things that's part of the folklore.

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"granola" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"granola" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Yep sure gross so that makes you wonder nice to do something so when they were pressed by adults they ultimate both of them ultimately acknowledged that they knew the difference between fantasy and reality the problem wasn't that they didn't understand logically slender man wasn't real like a nisa told police that day he does not exist he's a work of fiction but morgan the more troubled one had like a stronger attachment to the fantasy and had a really hard time extricating herself but even she admitted it was probably wrong and said i honestly don't know why we did this but at the same time it seemed like they did truly believe it because in nisa when they went in attacks payton had actually so they had brought kind of like a bag of stuff so they brought some granola bars and water bottle water bottles did they put the granola facility putting or just thinking that i don't know i think it was all stuck to the ceiling to be honest but nisa had brought along some old family photos in her bag and she told police we were probably going to be spending the rest of our lives with slender and i didn't want to forget my family then she started to cry and said you know how distant family members and friends fade away with time while wise words from a twelve year old who is going to live with slender man in the mansion would.

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"granola" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"granola" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"If you're a person who does know what amid white the you like found out about that for some reason related to what your interest far whether a e feminism um who are a little bit of like a granola with od or whatever and so everyone i know who like gone into midwest curry had banned hubert concerned about these issued an like absolutely at the forefront because they're like you know medicine want to tell everybody what to do medicine one so like cold knowledge up in an ivory tower and then like order people around including patients and midwest i like no like we want our patients have you know one pure and the drivers the or just giving them all the information we can to make the best choice for them so i think it you're trying to find a provider who the feminists midwives are looking awesome place to start can you go to a midwife if you are not pregnant you absolutely can yet y k i did mike hearing with like the humid i've i've been huge for gui and it's been really just like very casual i didn't feel comfortable talking with found i'd had to really get a caring and again i don't wanna this like obgyns i wrote you mit fouled like obgyn i worked labor and delivery higher for two years they vary literally faith wise unlike on time a thief action had why you need like i'm absolutely uh eternally grateful without a like a of that has provided so while it the history of obstetric the bit unfortunate like they used to just thought of bread childbirth uber from the cadaver to like a woman giving birth.

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"granola" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"granola" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Um at masaari at the at the national convention this last year uh and you know naked guys jumping up on stage i know that stuff you don't really want to talk about in it's it's frustrating i saw that as a kind of a i don't know if you wanna call it a the a symptom of some of the underlying up problems that exist inside the libertarian party and i don't know is that something that you guys are trying to address to become a more professional party is you move forward or do you kinda like that granola granola image of libertarian party i do i look like a naked you jason no no no i'm just saying we that that that happened elected number i'm just saying it'll it happened it happened yummy you know the democrats had to have their can't their chairwoman resigned in disgrace for rigging their internal process and the republicans cut off the mic of a sitting us senator because they wanted to quash any kind of dissent to the coronation of donald trump yes oh didn't rush a nearly naked man off of stage you allowed him to continue is dance uh i didn't have the gavel because you aren't allowed to have the gavel during your own election okay okay i'm the only person in the hall who was not in a position to be able to do something about it under roberts rules one of the things i want to clarify with you may be is you say us and then you save day you say awesome they us in they are you will libertarian party member no okay um so your complaints are that we are not doing the things that you want us to do.

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"granola" Discussed on Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"granola" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"Garrod a producer here gimlett recently told me about a meal that went off the rails it happened while he was watching the nba finals of buddy who's just recently turned didn't want to get chicken wings slotted one of people with similar chicken wings so we walk home just whip grocery shopping but you know the roommate was asleep so go for that old cereal the at a big ball cereal the delicious like a cinnamon cinnamon granola or something to prepare exact owed him at sometimes dietary restrictions and sleeping roommate's can get in the way of enjoying a delicious meal so it's important to have a box of something besides cereal when you do have the freedom to cook for less than ten dollars a meal hellofresh delivers seasonal ingredients and recipe cards right to your door step further two dollars off your first week of hellofresh visit hellofresh dot com and enter promo code yellow teeth thirty that's pella fresh dot com promo code yellow teeth three zero this episode of every little thing is brought to you by zip recruiter and are you hiring do you know where to post your job to find the best candidates if you want to find the perfect hire you need to post your listing on all the top job sites and now you can with ziprecruitercom you can post your job to two hundred plus job sites including social media networks like facebook and twitter all with a single click find candidates in any city or industry nationwide once you post you can use it for critters interface to manage all of the applications they make it easy to screen rate and contact candidates quickly right now every little thing listeners can post jobs on ziprecruiter for free by going to ziprecruitercomlevin teeth that's ziprecruitercom slash yell team.

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