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Chop On It Radio Network System

09:27 min | Last month

FNF-Radio 2 Chop & Drop Topic Talk - burst 02

"Away format. Now, man, the top and drop. The top and drop topic, man. You know, last few shows we've been talking about. Secret societies, right? And we gave y'all a lot of information on some of the black societies out there because a lot of people men don't know the information about black secret societies, right? And it's been black secret societies all throughout history. So we gave you a little information on that. We are touched on that a little bit. But when people think of secret societies, the first thing they think is Illuminati. Illuminati, but they don't really know, not everybody, but a lot of people really don't know, man, the history, or any real information when it comes to the Illuminati, you feel me. They don't really understand the term. So we don't break some of that down. Man, we're going to get off into some of that good stuff. And we got that far as music for you from the number one jerk portal, only in Internet baby. And that's only really, you getting ready to get it in on this show, man. We got to chop and drop for you. We got the farm music for you. A 319-527-6057 doing any live show man. You can call in two inch and just listen. I won't put you on blast. I won't put you on earth if you do want to call in and talk me. Just let me know you want to speak on earth and I got you and I'll pull you on in. You did. We got to get off into some of this code G man. We got to get off into some of this code G and this right here. That cohort, baby. Let's get the turkey. If you stay in your comfort zone, that's why you're a failure. You won't fail in your comfort zone. Success is not a comfortable procedure. It is a very uncomfortable thing to tell me so you gotta get caught to be uncovered. If you ever wanna be such a successful person, familiar grain, so you're free. And if people don't like it, fuck it. Including using significant other. Your children. Your parents, your parents. Fuck them. If they're not with us, there are benefits. Like them. Tell us your daughter. I felt like I fell off my head to pick up the suits and put the shit up at the gym. I had a hell of a heart so they tried to call 900 me and Draco in the family mama told me go get you a job you got all of the kids too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the scandals the only way I was the day with the slammer. Only way they have to get out and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out your business. I pull up cardi disappear with no witness. I'm from Bavaria don't gorillas and killers. I'm coming home from the heart making them feel it. Let me run it through these hoes like I'm in it running through alleyways races and trenches running for two head to hop on my fence. I had to check a nigga just the other day for Koji and his mansion. Made a call for the truth they attended. Last word on the block that he misses. If it's too hard to get out of the kitchen niggas rap rock it's life that we live in with the mop they gonna kiss and we're slipping. A lot of shots that we all might not business. A lot of shadows gonna ride it for a minute. Had a minute did she pull a minute? I done put all my time in the winter. I can't waste all my time on a bitch diamonds all of my time with a hit. I can't tell you what time it is. I was feeling my grin as a chick. I always knew I apologize feel like I fell all up on had to pick up the pieces and put the shit up at the girls. I had a hell of a heart that they tried to call natural me and Draco in the phantom. Mama told me to go get you a job you got all of these killed too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the skin was the only way I was disabled to slam it. Only way they have to get that and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out to business. I put the party disappear with no witness. I'm from the bar with don't gorillas a killer. I'm coming hard when the heart making them feel it. Let me run it through these hoes like I'm in it running through alleyways straight to the trenches running for two head to hop over fences running from the head to hop over fences and with them baby. You can see me by myself but I'm always a hundred deep with the AK gotta watch out who you trust in the game 'cause everybody have a snake ways. Telling my family I had on the plane the new beginning trying to make change. Make change stretch a long range. I don't pay denying my own lane. Had to pick up The Rock through my own thing. I was new I would walk like propane for the crew I'm a go for the whole thing one time to accomplish commission yeah now my name in the city some of them make our penny bitches. Feel like I fell all up on had to pick up a piece of them put the shit up at the club. I had a hell of a heart that they took the colonizer me and Draco in the family mama told me we could get you a job you got all these big cats too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the skin was the only way I was disabled to slam only way they have to get out and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out your feelings. I pull the party disappear with no witness. I'm from the bar with them gorillas and killers. I'm coming hard running hard making them feel it. Remember running through these hoes like I'm in it running through Ellie with straight to the trenches running for two head to hop on my fences. Micha has been Murphy. Femme has seen you, man. We gonna get it in. I'm gonna come to you right after the music break. I got you Thermo. Y'all remember me for everybody that just came in and dropped topics for this show, man. We gonna touch back on some black societies and we're gonna touch on the Illuminati man. We're gonna give you some real history on the Illuminati, because any time people say, secret society, they automatically think Illuminati, but they totally totally skip over all the black secret societies. It's been around since, man, it's all in the history. We gonna get to it, man. Thermo, petty Murphy, we own we why do we drink it? You already know, man, would it is? This that Koji man that caliphate. I ain't never played a sport. But I live aboard a room. Yeah. I was on the block with the cave taking no ends trying to get me an inch. Ten toes playing the coast Japan at the money like we focus. I ain't never need about you. Can't a nigga say I own shit. I made a way through the Woods with a machete. I had to go break out home to the families tired of my boots and I call it I'm ready just bring me a glass ain't smoking a letter. This bring me okay. Yeah. I put my foot on the gas and I'm looking back. I came up with a necklace for cooking that. My first plan to fuck is you looking at these bad wrestling stuff in the bitch with ass don't go pop my shit I'm a she see mother pop these days yeah I ain't even know the bitch hold 24 what you my only calling me dead ask me why I go so hard I ain't never had shit now I'm kicking shit I'm right just out in Calabasas can't remember the last time I had to hit the stash. Why go so hard 'cause I ain't never had she asked me where I go so hard if I ain't never had shit why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit. 'cause I ain't never had shit I ain't never had I ain't never had a shit really had a dead so I'm right there with my bitch never turned my back now no matter the circumstances and I overcame other obstacles with the Helen bank and still I'm standing here for a reason and I'm in love I say dance so I post seasons this my testimony passed all the tests in the streets, but I ain't never test see if I could be the best of me. I just hopped out the portrait with him first. I don't fucking feel like it here first. I don't move it till I get it red first. I won't stop round until I'm in the hearse. I'm a go hard till I'm in the dirt. I was taught to go for what you know. I'm a born one I don't ever lose I learn and that's how you grow ask me why I go so hard same never had shit now I'm kicking shit and life is out in Calabasas can't remember the last time I had to hit the stash came a little bit on my mama said why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit why I go so hard to play me with why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit. 'cause I ain't never had shit. Do you try and lace me up bro. Oh yeah. Don't you please come and talk to me please come and talk to me please please come and talk to me. Mental health ain't feeling myself I think I need help. I ain't really myself mental health I'm feeling myself. I think I need help I ain't really myself hey hey counselor hey hey counselor won't you please come and talk to me please come and start doing please please come and talk to me I'll find telling myself I think I need help I ain't really myself. Mental health aren't telling myself I think I need help I ain't really myself. I think I need help no I don't need help how you feeling myself trying to be someone else. I'm tired of smiling when I really wanna kill people. And I really don't think it's on to my PO weed ain't easy. Let me smoke my Zilla in peace. Let me start two grams in the back one. I need kush tree just so I can sleep. I'm telling you shit get deep. I remember being locked down for 23. I remember sitting in the cell by myself. I remember listening to grown man street. We been having nightmares. Niggas don't dream. You couldn't imagine all the shit that I seen. I had to burn a couple members of my team. And a couple of the options between when they let blacks out they crossed the line. Now drinking Hennessy all the time. Need to take a shot just to get my mind right. Wind up you bet. I got murder on my mind. When I heard the news, I told them stop lying. And please don't tell me everything's gonna be fine. Miles where God is as hard as I am. If you scared go to church so baby's gonna be mine. Won't you please come and talk to me please come and talk to me please please come and talk to me mental health I ain't feeling myself I think I need help. I ain't really myself mental health so I ain't feeling myself I think I need

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"koji" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"koji" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"All the proceeds from my page go to charity. And I list out all the charities that we contribute to. That's so cool. That's such a wonderful. It's like a labor of love for you, then it very much is. I love what I love what I do. And I'm very happy to do it. Wonderful. Well, I will let you go, hopefully take your nap. Are you napping after your pregnancy? I literally took a cat nap right before this. That's amazing. 'cause I know it's morning time where you are. You gotta get in your Nats when you're pregnant. Yeah, you gotta sleep where you can. Well, good. Congratulations. Thank you for coming on. Thank you for sharing your approach with us. Your inspiration, I know, I'll probably go home more inspired to bring more nutrients into my meals and things like that. Yeah, I'm trying to think of like, oh my gosh, what's on hand? Now I want to kind of stock up on my easy things on hand. Get those green peas. It's all back in your loaded oatmeal for the morning. That's what I'm doing. You know, putting out your oatmeal with grated zucchini graded carrots. Oh. Wow. So sweet, it's like, I call it the kids natural food natural colored foods. And it's like they're sprinkles to the kids and it adds a natural sweetness. You don't even taste the zucchini. Oh, I'm gonna try that with the carrots for my oldest daughter because she's like a topping bar too. Because then they get to actually put in all the fun cheese. Yeah, yeah, we're really into Koji berries. This freeze dried strawberries right now. Freeze dried strawberries. Those are great. Yeah, and it actually changes the color of milk. If you put in wild frozen blueberries, makes it purple milk, naturally. All these red ideas with my second daughter are used to make green smoothies. And I would take a bottle for the breast milk and I would like cut the nipple off the top of the bottle..

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"koji" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"koji" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Codes so thank you to everyone who does and i love when you guys tell me what koji us It's so helpful to the show. We love you guys. Love you a deal. That is a hilarious story but Also how many days do we have until the ten days. I don't know that's what i was just thinking you're what are they need to talk about. Right what are they. What do we think that i'm going to get. I'm thinking i'm thinking like somebody's gonna give me like a like. I want five day. Stay somewhere yeah. There should be like five days any of those properties who that'd be nice right this wirelessly with that out there okay. Five days at those properties. Yes because i'm like in a real manifesting mode and heeb asking for shit on your list. I asked for upgrade to the on air on the airplane. And yes i fucking got it and then guess what i go log into my my account and i go. Click on like perks. Which i've never even clicked on before and i've got one access to the a a lounge like the day pass to likes.

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Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster

The World

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster

"Japan then caused a nuclear power plant in Fukushima to go into meltdown. It was a traumatizing event, one that left the Japanese public and the world wanting guarantees that a nuclear disaster like that would never happen again. But can Japan make that promise? Some of Japan's most prominent earthquake, experts say. Not really the world's Patrick win has more. Okumura. Koji is a paleo seismologist. That means he studies earthquakes, old earthquakes that may have shaken the earth. When wooly mammoths were still around. It's like archaeology off course Quake. Archaeology of earthquakes. Sounds really nish on Lee. It's not. It's actually a matter of life and death because if they fault erupted even 10,000 years ago, that's a sign that it might erupt again in our lifetime, and you really shouldn't build a nuclear reactor anywhere near it. Because this could happen. In 2011 tsunami created by an undersea earthquake that squeaking noise, those air buildings crumbling in a torrent of water. And at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Waves pounded the power plant, causing a meltdown. It happened on March 11 and Japanese people still call it 3 11 shorthand for catastrophe now, Okumura. He is one of the top earthquake experts in Japan. And before 3 11. He was on a government safety panel as a caveat. He wants to say this. Nobody knew and nobody could have predicted kid. What he means is no one could have predicted this earthquake at this specific time. But Okumura and a few others were warning the nuclear industry that some of their reactors were sitting on potentially shaky ground. In those days, nuclear companies were almost regulating themselves. But after 3 11, Japan started over what they knew nuclear watchdog agency one with an unofficial motto, the new nuclear regulatory regime in Japan must be the world's strictest, which tracks with an acknowledgement that seismic risk in Japan is among the world's worst. Drew Richard is an author whose new book, Every Human Intention follows Scientists struggling to figure out how to prevent another Fukushima because that's what people want to hear. Alice that this will never happen again. Okamura, the seismologist says. That's almost an impossible request. We cannot tell when underwear a big Oscar eco cars, he can tell you this, like it or not. No nuclear problem. These profit pretty save Every nuclear power plant, he says, comes with risk, especially in Japan. Here's the deal. Japan just doesn't have much oil or gas. So starting in the 19 sixties, with lots of American help, it went heavy on nuclear to power, one of the world's biggest economies. And they did this. Knowing Japan as a lot of earthquakes again. Here's Drew Richard nearly all of Japan in nearly all the sites where nuclear reactors are built, our seismically hazardous. It's a nation that faces a level of seismic risk that's almost uniformly comparable to Seismically active areas of California on Lee, California has one nuclear plant. Japan was running 50 Woz after 3 11 that nuclear watchdog shut down all of them. It has since allowed only five to reopen. Watchdog is so strict that even experts who were advising the government before the disaster are effectively not allowed to join. That includes scientists like Okumura, Koji. And others who were warning the government, Okumura says. They just scrap the whole system for them, or the system was useless and I'm used to, and I'm useless to, he says. Other Japanese seismologists, who could join the watchdog agency won't because well, scientists don't want the spotlight the immense political pressure Okumura says. Right now, the agency actually does not have a solid team of earthquake specialist say Don't Tall, you know, professional scientists. Yes, it's a big laws. Drew Richard says. Most earthquake experts agree seismic safety is a real blind spot in a real weak spot for the current regulatory agency. And that's glaring because the Fukushima disaster was a seismic event. That's bad, Richard says. The current top seismic safety regulator isn't really an earthquake expert. He's more of a geologist, so it's a little bit like asking an influential kidney doctor to operate on your heart. Richard says most officials mean well, yet they face a traumatized public. Still looking to scientist for peace of mind the expertise of these earthquakes, scientists has been applied to Ah, fundamentally impossible question that question. Are any of those dozens of reactor sites absolutely safe from earthquakes. And as it turns out on the basis of the limits of human knowledge At this time, the answer is maybe we don't know. At this point half of all Japanese people just don't want nuclear power at all. Nuclear companies are pushing to reopen their reactors, but keep getting denied. Try again, Regulators say, Make it safer. Meanwhile, with most nuclear plants closed, Japan has had to import way more coal, dirty polluting coal warming the whole planet and people aren't happy with that, either. Just listen to these protesters. Follows at US. I'll call, you know, Call Japan. They're chanting, Okamoto says. There are no easy solutions here. He knows the public. Just want scientist to tell them their energy source is safe. What science can never be published again. It's the nature or not. You're Hauser. I admit he also admits that actually, he wants more nuclear plants to open up. That's coming from the scientist who foresaw Lay Fukushima like nuclear nightmare. Look, some of Japan's plans should clearly never open again, He says. They're just too close to fault lines. For others. The odds of another earthquake seem low enough that Japan should take the risk. He says. The country needs power. Yes, I'm afraid people against nuclear power may be hungry after me. Just try not to be too angry at me, Okumura says. He's just a guy who wanted to study prehistoric earthquakes, never imagining that pursuit could affect the fate of his country. And the entire planet. For the world. I'm Patrick Quinn.

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Lady Gaga's dogs returned to Los Angeles police station unharmed

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Lady Gaga's dogs returned to Los Angeles police station unharmed

"Angeles police say a woman brought Lady gaga as dogs Koji and Gustav to a community Police station and they were unharmed. The dogs were stolen by thieves who shot and wounded the dog, Walker, this singer so upset and determined to get her dog's back. She offered a half million dollar reward for their safe return. The cops say the woman who returned the dogs appears to be uninvolved with the shooting and theft. No word yet on what's to become of that reward, Fox says. Jail NATO the dog Walker, who was hailed a hero by Lady Gaga on Instagram is out of intensive care and expected to make a full recovery. The dog nappers from Maine at large. I'm Camp Russo and this is Fox

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Lady Gaga's dog walker shot as 2 of her dogs were stolen

America's First News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Lady Gaga's dog walker shot as 2 of her dogs were stolen

"A $500,000 reward for the return of her two French Bulldogs stolen at gunpoint from our dog Walker on Wednesday in Los Angeles. She's asking for tips with No questions asked Koji and Gustav the names of the two dogs that were stolen. A third dog escaped and has been recovered. Police say Lady Gaga is dog, Walker was shot by one of the two men who jumped out of a sedan to take the dogs. The Dog, Walker is expected to survive. More

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Lady Gaga offers $500K reward for return of French bulldogs after dog walker shooting and theft

The Bobby Bones Show

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Lady Gaga offers $500K reward for return of French bulldogs after dog walker shooting and theft

"Lady gaga dog walker was out walking her three fringe bulldogs when dog napper's approach shot him four times in the chest and stole two of the dogs. One dog ran off and was rescued. So they are looking for koji and gustavo. The dogs french bulldogs five. Hundred thousand dollar reward. The dog walker was taken to the hospital in grave

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Lady Gaga's dog walker shot as 2 of her dogs were stolen

Donna and Steve

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Lady Gaga's dog walker shot as 2 of her dogs were stolen

"And lastly, don and I were talking about this one lady gaga as dogs were targeted by thieves Wednesday night. The thieves shot her dog Walker and stole two of her French Bulldogs and law enforcement. Tell TMZ that Lady Gaga is offering up to $500,000 for the return of her dogs. No questions asked. She even provided an email Koji and Gustav at gmail dot com. They don't know is she If they knew that the Bulldogs were hers, right? Yeah, but French Bulldogs, I guess are very valuable right now because they're in high demand, and they're expensive. So there was one other dogs. She there was three dogs and that that one is recovered. Yes, She's not even in the country. Yes, She's in Paris. I believe filling a movie or something. You're doing something like that, and And the dog. Walker is in the hospital, and they expect her to recover. But, yes, she was shot, Unfortunately, which is just crazy. So if she's hopefully recover,

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"koji" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"koji" Discussed on KCRW

"A little tetra pack of it already made and you simply separate your egg yolk from your egg. Put it in the show Koji in a shallow dish s. Oh, it's laying kind of flat in there and let it sit for an hour, maybe two hours. After that, you can take that egg yolk and put it on top of Ebola Rahman and just let it be running and saucy and delicious all over or you can dry it out a little bit. And you have something that is just as delicious as Parmesan cheese. Great over pasta or over a nice Caesar salad. So amazing the stuff it's really is like one of the wonders of our earth environment. I have to say. So so many people these days are baking, so let's give them some ideas that they can use in baking. I think one of the best and straightforward ones is one that rich opened my eyes to and in most cookie recipes, or even a scone recipe, something that's got a heavier batter. Simply replace the salt that is called for in the recipe with equal parts of miso or any other amino paste. And you're gonna end up with you know, we all love like a salted caramel or, you know a salted chocolate chip cookie. Um, you're gonna end up with that complexity but way beyond anything you've ever had before, And I think that's one of the easiest ways to jump in and just have some level of understanding of, you know, really simple way of diving into that. Is that you can just add a tablespoon of some dark me so To a cup of sugar and use that as you would in your baking, and it adds these karma, we complex flavors. That you wouldn't otherwise have without the ingredient. And one of the coolest things about that sugar is that you can use it in the context of, you know, sweetening a drink As with, you know, sort of a nice tea or a computer if you want to sweeten it up or loaded up with a little bit. Oh, Mommy. One of the things that I would often do is is I would make you Noemie so milk with depending on the weather you could either make you know Hot me so milk or Called me so milk with us me so sugar, and that would be a great introduction for people that understand. Okay, This is another context of using a new mommy product that was outside of the general understanding of using it for savory purpose. I want to thank the two of you. What an incredible manual you've created to get people thinking about another rabbit hole to dive down after they have mastered sour dough. E think everybody's looking for first Summer project now. They've.

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"koji" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"koji" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Holiday special from the CBS Audio Network. I'm Gil Gross, one of the holiday celebrated this time of year is a relatively new holiday with old roots called Kwanza. It comes the day after Christmas and last through New Year's Day. And even though many Americans are now aware it exists, most still don't know what it's all about to help us with that is Kelly navies or a historian of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture. And Kelly just as a reminder to people. How did Quincy get started? Kwanzaa was developed in 1966 by my Lana Ron Karenga of the US organization. And of course, this is during the time of the black arts movement. Very intense political era in our history, black power in such and Ah lot of arts and cultural activities were taking place to reconnect African Americans today, heritage and plans. It was one of those that stuck actually. And there are seven principles to it. And this is something unique. So can you tell us about those? Yes, there. Seven principles in these principles are drawn from practices throughout the continent of Africa. It's not as if he invented something that didn't exist before. He did research and found harvest festivals throughout the continent and different cultural practices and then pulled These principles from those practices and they are warm Oja, which means unity Koji Child, Julia, which means self determination. Jima, collective work and responsibility. Ujaama or some people say you to my cooperative economics, Nia. Purpose. Columba creativity and the money, faith and I take it. The reason why is Swahili is used both for Kwanza and for the seven principles because Almost uniquely. This was an African language that was not unique to a single group of single tribe. This is something where people don't believe 11 particular group is chosen over another. Well, I think there are other languages that fit that description in Africa. That's why he lied, is one of the most widely spoken And because the idea yes, and because the idea was to unify as many people as possible throughout the African diaspora. That was why he was chosen for that purpose. And this has really caught on. You know, every once in a while people try to start things, maybe not quite similar to this, but try to start something new. And it just never really takes hold. Quansah has why do you think that is Think Wanda has taken hold for a number of reasons, one because it falls at the time of the year when we're already have our mind set on holidays and coming together with our families, But also another great thing about Kwan's is that it doesn't require a belief in any particular faith. So if you happen to come from a family that doesn't practice Christmas, you can practice plans and so beautifies people of all faiths and even people who don't even have a particular faith at all. I think that's one of the strong characteristics of Kwanza great placing on the calendar. It's also a time where you kind of taking a breath after the mo mentum of Christmas and turning inward into I'm connecting reconnecting with your family and community. And a very authentic way, which I think is supposed to be one of the purposes of Christmas. But so many people have lost that, as it's become more commercialized, but to make clear I know many people who celebrate Christmas and concept that's absolutely true. There are celebration feasts. I'm all about the food and to get people interested in different cultures and different different different lifestyles and different cultures. It is for many people. Food is the way in what of the celebration feast like, Oh, the feast are I'm like you one of the best features of Kwanza, and it depends on whether you're having a clause in a public atmosphere or private. The feast can be really, really huge affairs if you have hundreds of people coming together and people bringing foods from all over the African diaspora. You might find curry chicken beside fried chicken, for example, or peanuts do beside John Bella. So there a lot of different dishes that you might find in about when you have a feast in your home. It will be on a smaller scale. But this the same ideas you might pick one particular thing. I've known people to do an Ethiopian things. Kwanza Dinner feast, for example. So whatever whatever form it takes. It's always good food. Yeah. And on a cold winter day Ethiopian food could be just the thing. By the way. Yes, I agree. All right now I know the museum is launching a digital resource guide to kind of, you know, help people with all of this, What's going to be in it so I could give you a little taste. I mean, one thing we're going to do, of course, is introduce people to the idea of Kwan's of what it is. Come on. Some of what we've been talking about here, the history behind it, and just the basic seven principles and different symbols. That are related to plans. But also we're going to give suggestions for how a family, particularly during this time of coded when everybody might not be able to get together how they might actually observe Kwanza. So we've developed a playlist that has music ranging from Still pulse to Stevie Wonder to John Coltrane, For example, to begin, Tonto passed on musical traditions to the next generation and sort of the mercy ourselves and the culture of the African diaspora. There's also going to be recommended readings, things that you might share with your family out loud and then discussed them as they relate to that day's principal Kelly abuses or a historian of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History. And culture and Kelly. They go to the museum site of people want toe. Get that digital resource guide. Yes, they come to our website. It won't be up until I'm Kwanza. So look for that on the day after Christmas one finds it begins. Okay, Kelly. Thank you. Yes, thank you. You're listening to the holiday special from the CBS Audio Network. I'm Dr Stork. Today. Better nutrition and stronger immunity.

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A Fermentation Celebration (with Sam Pike)

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

09:28 min | 1 year ago

A Fermentation Celebration (with Sam Pike)

"Hello, and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcasts for ladies and Gentlemen Cool Trivia and sticking it to annoying teams. It pop quiz where your hosts I'm Lauren and I'm Julia Hey, Joel Lord Hey you know it's getting chilly. We love those fall foods they're all coming up. and. One of the things that you can do in the fall I've heard I've never done it before is setup vegetables and fruits for the winter you know like our forth like in the olden days when you had a root cellar when yeah. When he had a root cellar, that's my mother likes to say. So I thought, that was a perfect time for us to bring on a very special guest four guests tober guests hct. which the song we will, we will put insert interesting music here. Hey everybody engineer Josh here instead of the guests over theme to apologize for some of the audio this week's episode we had record this in the afternoon. So we gave our baby to mind Mr Information Co host Steve to take a little nap. Unfortunately she woke up a couple of Times Mason commotion that we wouldn't get picked up on Mike, but it did I did my best. Mix wherever I could sponsor, it was possible or maybe some anise I just wanted to make clear that we're not ignoring her baby to do the podcast. She was just given the business on. That out of the way, please enjoy the show. But we have a wonderful guest today by former intern and a fermentation Guru Sam Pike Sam. Below thanks for being here to the show Sam. Pleasure to be here. Sam I. First thing you guys need to know about him is that he was one of our earliest and our best when I was working at the messy and when we first saw his because you know, you have to submit a CV when you're an intern at the se were various professional and we saw his full name. On the was Samuel Gag now pike and I we were like is this a civil war ghost? Is He? Has, he lived forever and so from there on in and God bless Sam for being such a good sport about we insisted that he was a civil war ghost, the entire time, and as long as I've known him, we continuously poke fun at the fact, and actually at one point Julian I got drunk and made up an entire TVs we planned to TV show around it's called the eternal soldier. He's been wandering the earth for the last two, hundred and thirty years and the theme song is Taylor Swift's welcome to New York because he obviously he writes into your and I'm right. GMT. Yeah, that's our TV. Show, and of course, he comes to New York obviously to solve murders. Yes. Yes as you do. CBS is all procedural. Oh. This is CBS show. I wasn't clear and also not for nothing Sam. I'm so sorry we took your so. We will not be paying you residuals at all. Right, let's get to play myself in the show. Absolutely you even look like a civil war coast. So being a minor and all, but anyway, I'm so sorry to take a any more of your time Sam. Please tell us what you're going to be talking to us today about. All right. So I'm Sam and I'm GonNa Tell You all about fermentation and the different kinds of from anticipation over the history of the science, some of the culture, some of the contemporary stuff too because it's still going it's still evolving in it is still advancing. That's very exciting. I gotTA. Tell you I don't know. Anything. Neither do I mean we've listened to people tell us about how they make wine and beer and Sticks didn't stick Yeah Yeast? Something marist. But we're GONNA find out from Sam Sam please take it away I cannot wait to hear So you guys know a bit about like beer and wine or vaguely about. One of the three kind of pillars of fermentation I'm GonNa talk about so. Wine and beer that's made leasing primarily. The same has made us us to make bread. Et for men's sugars endow. Hall. The other two types are lactoferrin venting often call Hick link that says what's called Lactobacillus the type of bacteria that can birds carbohydrates into Lactic. ACID. and. A. Few other things sometimes, sometimes a little bit of alcohol sometimes, Carbon Dioxide sometimes see the gasset which talk to cobb out more later. Ended the third kind is. It's in America's It's broadly called Koji fermenting. It's what's done to make down. Like soy sauce missile soccer it's hard. It's harnessing mold to ferment. To. ferment. Things, slightly different process Right so And Fuel Freeman feel free to interrupt me at any point to get clarification or. We will we will. Kind of assumed is much. You're used to be at this point. Sam. lactoferrin renting or using lactobacillus. That is what I know. The most is I teach frequent workshops on it's what I can and doing daily. If I should camera slightly he would see just a huge row of Sauerkraut sitting just above my. Yeah. Saint Ours and Jar Sam's Instagram is basically just bubbling jars of of who knows what that he forged from the woods? Yes. Exactly. Am I not wrong you're not. The worst part is a horrible habit of not labelling everything. Guess what stuff is in how old it is. It's never not been fine. So unsafe there. Oh, okay jars. Not sure. Sure of this is bad or not. Guess we'll try it. Snow tested. So, what leftover mentoring is, it's harnessing this bacteria that. Is. A little bit of chemistry right here that I don't I barely know about what it does. It takes carbohydrates newco simple sugars in which are the chemical makeup is c six, h twelve, O six and breaks down into a few other substances the most important one being lactic acid, which is see three, eight, six, three. And the reason that wants to sewn Horton is that lactic acid drops the key age of the substance of the buner making end makes it last longer preserve Okay. So. If you just let the food out, normally, it would just kind of like. Go. Get bad mold bad smell. Awful. This smells awful. The some people a lot of people, but it's still perfectly safe to eat even make some of the nutrients and minerals a lot more accessible. And the way people are the hardest. This bacteria easily been harnessing at for thousands of years is by adding salt. So that period that produces this lactic acid it can. Stay withstand able an acidic environment, but also a salty environment which things cannot do. So by adding salt, the cabbage is that bacteria will just quickly take over multiply in. ferment everything until it's perfectly say. That's interesting. It's incredibly easy to do at home for like. I mean, it was done accidentally first centuries think about it. The microscopes were invented until relatively recently, people really didn't know a dockyard east even was they just they kind of knew the process entitles like magic or a gift from God or something They're alive for theories they're really need them the basics remain laughter permitting is a vessel. It. More only time places. You'll see like crosser. Back of some sort. The easiest way to do it at home is just take a mason jar can old pickle jar or a refresh Lee bought Mason Jar, just. Cut Up some cabbage mix it with some salt N. just packed their real tight in. Let it for that. See you don't have to add any liquid or anything. So we're talking about SAUERKRAUT. You don't get any liquor sour talents was so frightening there's enough liquid in the cabbage itself OSMOSIS SIS in like chopping the cabbage bricks enough cell walls at all this water just gets leached at the cabbage in submerged the cabbage totally in its own liquids. That's that had no idea. There are few other vegetables like tomatoes are the same but something like that hickel cucumber. You could slice and mashed us that out but the relief roast texture. Yeah yes. He leave it whole than you make what's call it salt brine, which is just water and salt mixed together and just with the cucumbers in that, they just start permitting on their own.

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03:13 min | 1 year ago

"koji" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"My pillow dot com. But you've just got to use the secret, Koji, Okay? Let's talk about rallies. Let's talk about winning. Let's go. Atlanta line for Albert happy Friday. Good afternoon, sir. Thank you so much for taking my call. I appreciate it, so I want to go and share. Ah, unfortunate instance. I waited 6.5 hours on this Tuesday to go into voting. Gwinnett County, Georgia. And the insanity wass is that there were only when we finally got into building. There were only five validation stages are stations, you know, to verify who you work for voter in seven machines, sir, even though they you know, Secretary of State said. We're social distancing that mile, or that line had to be at least a half a mile long. And we're talking for five abreast for people going through. I called the governor's office. Thank God they were the only people actually live voice so that my frustration but this is just garbage. I mean, these people under have to understand this is going to be a Super Bowl election this year. This is gonna be a capacity issue, and it was just insane and interesting way of describing a Superbowl election. I have to recall when I go voting. In my district. There's maybe three validation tables tops I've ever seen in the local school. Then you had you had five and it just wasn't enough. No, it was And it was the main headquarters of the of the voting for Gwinnett County insanity, and they still would not. You know, they had alternate sites that you could go. But what would have made sense was if they would put at least a number of voting stations at each location. So you could make an intelligent decision, right? But I'm telling you why While horses wouldn't drag me away, I mean, I say I did. I did. Everybody leave because they just got frustrated. And there are plenty of my African American brothers and sisters out there and we're all the same. My conviction. Were, you know, to make people any maggots? No, Unfortunately, not. But I would just say that it was just more important to be able to vote, right. But I mean The insanity was that there were two or three open storefronts that easily probably could have been converted along that same thing just within that strip mall. Just add capacity. I think you're right, Al, but I think this is going to be I love the way you phrase it. This is going to be the Super Bowl off all elections, and we're just going to see massive voter turnout and it is our Job to mobilize more people. I want more cause, like Albert, if you voted already, if you've had extraordinary experiences, good or bad call in today, we want to hear them. 83333 Gorka. That's 8333346752 Gods speed with you, Albert. I love that called superb court. More yokels momentarily Hey on American first from the re factor dot com studios really factor. Drug free pain relief that is liberating tens of thousands off. It's really factor, Mr G. Thank you. You did that very quickly. We have to swap buffers on YouTube. It's a technical thing really factor providing relief the tens of thousands of Americans across the nation don't.

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"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

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03:41 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

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"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

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04:19 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"Difficult situation. Before we let you go to back to your. Bay I would like to finish the conversation with a series of Reputa- via questions if it's okay with the share share. So you and I are going on the teasing tour either in Ohio city or Cleveland. So what I like the five spots that you will take me to there's some absolutely fantastic restaurants. So I think first and foremost we would go to the west side market. One of the nation's oldest publicly owned markets it's open air. We'd stop by Kate's fish and we'd probably slowed down a couple of stirs. We'd also look at their fish because they have a beautiful selection of, fish. Lake. Erie which is what we use that at the restaurant. So we'd go there. There's fantastic restaurants such as the black pig named after black varieties of pigs and they bring one in every couple of weeks in their menu focuses on it. There's the plum which is. Absolutely fantastic. been there. My friend, the breath. Yeah. Yeah. The breads he's my friend is fantastic. Yards there's just over from Cleveland the I inner ring. Western suburb is Lakewood and there is salt which chef Joe Vega is over there and it's fantastic. She's doing small plates in just doing absolutely wonderful food and then I think we'd go to the east side of the city and Cleveland has the only Asia town in the state of Ohio and one of my favorite restaurants is called Kebab. They, their house specialty is peaking and you do not have to call the day ahead to order it..

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"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

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04:35 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"So it's always they're they're very high stress environments and for for many many people you know having a drink at the end of the day is is a good way to relax relieves stress. On top of that. Kitchens for many many years. They've been havens for people who maybe couldn't get a job in another place for various reasons, people who like to partier stay up at night in and. Do that thing that sort of thing. So. You'll even wrote in the article something that's catch. My Eyes Wide says that it was like a badge of honor and showing up. Drunk and being considered almost like a bad, ass you know what? With the? So I thought I was though as interesting. Yeah. Yeah and and you know even somewhat recently you know I've seen behavior and some kitchens where that still thing and you know I remember being in Culinary School and having chef instructors who they are in. They're trying as line cooks coming up in in New York City or L. A., or or Paris or Berlin in the eighties and some of the stories they would tell us you know they were drunk and high end cocaine for years. You know not just single evenings you know and that was how you worked in. That was the lifestyle you know. So like you said that I feel is rapidly changing and I think now you know our big focus needs to be that you can work in this profession you can embrace it and you don't. You don't need those things you know if. You're if you're someone that has a problem you know I don't I don't want people listening this to think like, Oh, I, have a couple shift drinks every time but you know every day am I am I in alcoholics or you know maybe they they use drugs recreationally every once in a while it's it's when these things become a problem for the individual. Is when there are problem. So you know in and just creating I think just like any other workspace would it be okay for a teacher to you know be doing shots and joint in their desks that they used throughout the day you know or a librarian or a doctor like you other other workplaces have professional standards and I think. Need to just do a little more work to be brought up to them. And also be having conversations with their employees like if if you need help, let's get you help. Let's do what we can to to make that accessible for people. So what advice could you share with them? You know for people who need help I mean the the first thing is if someone doesn't want help or doesn't know they are hasn't realized that they may need it yet because it's often a self realization. That's the first thing if the individual doesn't want it no matter how much she? To them. It's a waste of everybody's time, and that's the unfortunate thing with addiction and alcoholism. The individual has to want to get help you know if you're at the point where you feel even if you're not convinced yet but you feel allow maybe I'm drinking too much or maybe I'm imparting too much. Maybe this is negatively impacting. You know my life, my work life, my own life, whatever it is. The first thing to do is to ask for help you know a lot of kitchens do have people and not just the kitchen front of the house the you know the whole restaurant. There are people in recovery or people know other people who are sobering in recovery..

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"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

flavors unknown podcast

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"So it was very India article. You are talking about the fact that he was very true and you know that the kitchen weld was very impacted and insecurity with maybe like. One or two decades ago think this is changing that It's it's. Going moving. Towards a better situation I, you know I. Endless preface this by saying to, I've been I've been in recovery I've been sober from using drugs. Now, call for April is eighteen years for me. So this is always been something at least a Nana and I'm thirty seven years old. So I got I got sober at nineteen. So almost at this point half, my life has been focused on sobriety. At least for me individually, you know I definitely think there is a lot that has changed there used to be a time when you know Friday and Saturday night, the end of service cocaine was rampant in restaurants. And people would actually do it in the kitchen and now you don't see such drastic behavior. So it isn't as in your face as it's been. But I think part of that has contributed to people being I guess ashamed that they're using hiding it or trying to cover it up. So loud the environment in what's acceptable and unacceptable behavior in a kitchen has definitely changed I. Don't think we've put focus on letting people know like there's if they have a problem they they can deal with it and. There's GonNa be people around them that will help them get through it and support them in their decision, and that's what I think is has been drastically backing the attention to saying you know maybe having rear for shift drinks every night is is not normal most people you know the the accountant doesn't get off at five o'clock in and have three or four drinks every day or the car dealer, whatever of course, other industries and other professions it's just as prevalent, but it's more so enabled in kitchens. Because of a couple things, a most restaurants serve alcohol or at least cook with it..

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"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

flavors unknown podcast

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"What compel you to to become a chef I like to say it's it's in my blood and my grandmother was a kosher caterer here in Cleveland. And about the time I was twelve thirteen years olds she had me and then a little bit love. My brother's just a year younger than me a little bit after that my brother common start helping her start working for the kitchen. And while I did a few other things in my life everything always came back to food. and I grew up in a family that was very focused on the joy of eating and time together while eating and that sort of thing. So you know it's it was always there and as I explored some of these other things that might WanNa, do in life I kept realizing that it was cooking and sharing food with others. That was really what made me happy that easy true that you. Have, a low density of taste buds. I was reading this one of the interview that you had given. So how'd you manage this situation in the job that you are doing your? Yeah. So I do and as individuals, we all have different densities of taste buds, the amount buds we have on our tongues. So some people have an exorbitant amounts in there like a super taster and even the little bit. Of salt or sugar chase, incredibly salty or sweet to them. And then there's people on the opposite end of the spectrum like knee who have a very low density. So you know I tend to over season things because I'm personally need you know much more salt or sugar or acid. So over the years, I've been told that my my seasoning is very bold. Is is how people nicely put it but you know I've had a develop an intuition that Abou- as much as I wanNA season something I've got to hold back about twenty five percent maybe even more in some cases. And the one that's still gets me to this day that I still have trouble working with is bitterness..

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"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

flavors unknown podcast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"It's been two to two to three weeks. You know which is very practical for someone making charcuterie the less time you have to have your meat hanging the sooner, you can bring it to market and. Our. With. That is it can be cheaper. It can be more affordable accessible for people because you've invested less time Labor into it. So you know with that, it's very practical. You know in something with the Fried Chicken and at larger at the restaurant we change aside from two things we change our whole menu every day, all of the specials we offer the sandwiches even even rotate charcuterie in the pickles in the Deli Salads are all different. The two things we offer all the time are are pissed Rami Sandwich and are fried chicken sandwich, and in both of those we use Koji. All over the place. So the Fried Chicken Sandwich, it starts with a gun that we may. And it's a buttermilk bread recipe in which we culture the buttermilk with Koji I and it adds this wonderful. She notes that's above and beyond what buttermilk would normally have. So we do that we bake the bread, the chicken itself you know for those of you that that Kinda WanNa do this home we make a marinade of two parts buttermilk to one part, Hamazaki, which is a liquid version of Koji. And we marigny the co- The chicken in there with a little bit of salt. We put a little bit of either hot sauce or or Cayenne in their and our house spice mixture, which is a blend of toasted yeast. We take just regular Baker's yeast in toasted in oven for a three, hundred, fifty degree oven for about forty five minutes to an hour till. It's just Golden Brown Malti and we blend that with some caraway and juniper and black pepper and sesame and mustard seed. So we add that mixture to the chicken, we let it marinate. Sometimes if we're in a rush hit just gets about an hour but other times you know we we prefer to let it go overnight. And then we pre cook the chicken before we fry it. So, we'll bake it off on a sheet trae. In the oven just just until it's cooked. Typically, bring it to about one five and unleaded carryover. And then once it's cooled. We put it back in the marinade. And then we go into the bread in the FRY. So we designed this one of the big reasons for us. I was a food safety issue in the restaurant we have a very small kitchen and we decided the less raw ingredients we had out during our service the better. It would just be safer an easier. So that was one of the reasons. The other reason to was when you order your chicken sandwich, we want you to have it within a few minutes. If you're frying chicken from raw, that can be a ten to fifteen minute process depending on the Kuttan size. So By pre cooking it, it allows us to a cook it perfectly every time. And then get it's hugh extremely fast..

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"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

flavors unknown podcast

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"Yeah it's. Almost, the most romantic of contexts I mean it smells intoxicating in sensual and we compare it to this mix of maybe like granny, Smith Apple and honeysuckle meet some roasted chestnut and just a little bit of like mushroom kind of earthy thunk it smells you know if you pick up a piece of Gorgonzola that has mold on it or a piece of sausage on sack that has a white mold on it you smell those they knew smell delicious but they. Also smell funky funky. Yeah. Absolutely. You know like like a like a wet basements or a wet. Dr Even you know like a Cave Koji is the complete opposite end of the spectrum. It is fruity. It is floral. It smells sweets. You know a good friend of rich and is Cynthia Graber. She has a great podcast called Gastro pod. She has a line in the book where she said if she could distill co Aroma, she would wear it as a perfume. Okay Wow. Is the leg, the aroma different depending of like the bays when he grows onto. So you're talking like protein Oleg Cam, starch, based like beans and so on. But you were talking about protein as well. You know salmon and so on. Does it gives like the same profile to any of those in produce? Yeah. Yeah. So you know each base ingredient that. You, grow it on or use it with has its own inherent AROMAS and flavors. So mix all of that with the CO Jian n I. Think a prime example of that is traditional amino sauce or soy sauce making when most styles of soya sauce are made. It's about seventy five percent beans, soybeans and twenty five percent cracked weeks that has been toasted. And that toasting process gives those great caramelized nutty. toasty notes to the soya sauce. So whatever the the base ingredients are, they bring along their own essence to it and just create foods that are just unparalleled incredible and I was reading as well. You would explaining that it has practical impact on aging process on like a beef for instance, or you know curing for shock cury and even using even for Fried Chicken. Yeah. Yeah. So you'll, for example, in the realm of Shark cooter before we get into deliciousness Fried Shishir if we make a Brizola in a traditional means at takes about. Fourteen days to cheer. That's on the salt and the spices, and then another two months depending on your set up maybe even three months for to hang dry to the point where it's it's ready. So with using Koji, we don't shorten the curing. SALT has has a definite rate that it penetrates apiece of muscle. So it doesn't speed that up. But when it comes to the drying time in some cuts, especially leaner cuts of meat, we can cut the drying time by as much as sixty percents. So there's been many times where we've taken I of around and made a Brizola and from the time we hang it till we can slice it..

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"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

flavors unknown podcast

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"Everything else is more or less ratio based. So we discussed. If you WANNA make an amino paste something similar to me so. We discuss instead of just using soybeans, we say you can use any pro team. So, if you WANNA use a different beam if you WANNA use some smoked salmon if you WANNA use boiled in breast if you want to use way protein powder or hemp protein powder, you can can do all of that. So We wanted to give people the tools to explore and use Koji through their own cultural. Lance. But. So how do I grow Koji at home You know it's pretty straightforward him and what you have to remember is people have been working with this organism for thousands and thousands of years and going back even one hundred and fifty years people had far less access to technology and modern resources that we have now. So if people could do it that far back with no problem, you can do it now with all the access to information technological resources you have. So it all starts with the Koji Spore. The molds equivalent of a seed. and. Simply what you do is and these seeds are very tiny. So you you kind of miss them you dust them over a cooked starch whether that starches a bean or barley or rice or wheat you cook it off you allow it to cool to about body temperature you sprinkle the mold spores on, and then you hold the starch in a place where you can have high humidity about ninety percent humidity. And a relatively warm temperature. Ah, give or take ninety degrees. Fahrenheit. And it's as simple as a fish chowder, a plastic tub or a shallow sheet trae. Putting the the starch and spores in they're. Wrapping it in plastic and holding it somewhere warm for about two days and the Koji will grow itself. And I fred that you're saying that. has a very distinct and very nice. Flavor or. Aroma. Describing the how how would you describe it?.

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"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

flavors unknown podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"Was very active in in one of the cocaine Vivian leaders of slow food Hudson Valley so very active in the food rights in farm to table movement and I was working as a chef at a local restaurant who was making a Lotta charcuterie. And I was the land manager of a farm. So I was fermenting I was making sure Kuri I was growing vegetables and mushrooms coincidentally on the farm. When I was working on the farm, we did a program. where? Identified different plants and fungi. The farmers could easily work with to add value to their product offering. So things that were growing in the border areas around the farm for the mushrooms or weeds that were growing up between the rows, knowing which ones were edible. We were working with a huge of other farmers to help them learn about these foods instead of spraying or or even just ignoring them being able to take the time to harvest, and then have something added value that could be sent down to the New York City markets. So that's that's Kinda win when everything really took off for me. Mushroom way you you'll growing y kind of fungi. The name that we were growing at the time were always stir mushroom, but we were we were going out with a microbiologist. And we were going into the local fields and forests and just learning about every edible fungi in the area. So that. In the event they grow on our farm or in land adjacent or various land that we had access to. We could harvest and seldom. Okay did you. Happen to face like you're challenging situation that there's some fun guy ought to type of mushroom that. You're not able to to grow yet in terms of grilling our saying that we focused on was the the alster mushrooms. We really didn't try to grow so many others because we wanted to take advantage of what was happening happening naturally. Around so it was it was more of just dealing with the seasons in nature and learning the big focus was learning how to identify these wild ones so that they could be brought to market. Okay, I was just curious if when when my favorite mushroom is morale mushroom. giveaway growing. Happen to grow those on on that. So I wish and n were tinged spirits in that my my daughter her name is Emilia more Louise. The more shallow is the Latin name so That's dame. It is we we call her mushroom mealy. I you know when I used to live in in Europe and I was travelling very often to Scandinavia. Finland is somehow I have no idea why maybe you do know that eight seems to be Orlando with is very good for growing moral morale mushrooms and every time I was going there on the markets I could buy like you know a big bag of its and on the plane with me back to France when I was based at the time. Testing, people always explaining to me. That's people in. Finland. We explained to me that dressed like put like old newspaper Andy the buried in his paper in their backyard, and then several years after they have more elementary than the next election growing they're like, when are you talking about? Let's go. If only truffles were so easy..

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"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

flavors unknown podcast

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast

"You can find the show notes from this episode on the website flavors unknown come. And now, here's my conversation with chef Jeremy Omansky. High Chef? How are you welcome to a flavors unknown? Thanks for having me I'm I'm doing alright all things considered. Here exactly. So how how is it going with you and how are you navigating through the current situation? You know overall things for us have been been pretty well as a restaurant. We were really fortunate that a good half of our business before the pandemic was to go food. So it was pretty easy for us to Kinda cultivate the rest in. Have it all be. To go food. You know we're we're really thankful to that our gas and our customers have been just really understanding of of what's going on. We've had very little issues with customers demanding one thing or another and anxious understanding the way that we have to do things now is the ways that we have to do them. Yeah. So did you ever closed the restaurant louder? Being of the pandemic yeah. We we did. We were closed for almost a month like three and a half weeks from the end of March and we reopened I believe it was April sixteenth and you know that was that was multifaceted. I'm I mean things were really taking off with a pandemic. There was a lot of unknown. It actually took us a good two weeks to get all the protective gear we needed for our employees and for our cells and for our customers and also come up with a game plan of how our business was gonNA look you know because it was being. Changed so much. So yeah, we we were closed. You'll. We were really fortunate that we were very solvent business in terms of our cash flow prior to that. So we we hold it as a point of pride that we were able to. During that time we were closed. We were able to pay all of our bills are rents anything that we owed anybody. We read in anybody money which we're super proud about,.

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Hard-Selling vs Soft-Selling and the Invisible Hooks You Probably Missed

Marketing Secrets

07:08 min | 2 years ago

Hard-Selling vs Soft-Selling and the Invisible Hooks You Probably Missed

"What's up everybody this Russell Brunson? Welcome back to the marketing secrets. Podcast today at one talk. About the marketing that's invisible inside of the fulfillment of the thing that you are actually selling so the big question. Is this power entrepreneurs like us. He didn't cheat and take on VENTURE CAPITAL FOR SPENDING MONEY. Own pockets marketing away. Let us get our products and our services and the things that he believed in out to the world and yet still remain profitable. That is the question in this. Podcast will give you the answer. Name's offer Brunson and welcome the marketing. All right so a couple of things ahead. Somebody An instagram right me in the questioning. Hard selling and soft selling out the wheels my head spinning and then today actually this whole week. Everybody is starting to get the the books in the of the traffic secrets are showing up. The box shown up odd so exciting seeing everybody getting their boxes and packages and a couple of people circle made videos them open boxes and it was like. Did you guys all capture? The marketing lessen the Russel's gave us here inside of this box. And it's fun because I don't think most people got it but a few people did some secrets just in case because a lot of times we focus so much on the hard selling I'm GonNa go. I'M GONNA create my offer my funnel. GonNa. I'm like Hook from a hook them. Tell the story make an offer. That's hard selling right. Soft selling rate all the subtleties. You're doing around everything for example in my podcast and my facebook lives in my interviews. My everything I'm always talking about stuff right. I always talk about click funnels and when when I had made a circle when it was still open if you ever noticed the first probably three hundred episode of this podcast as always talking about major circle members. Don't manage circle member to this circle member to this. I was talking about these people in this tier need this group and as I did that more people right I want to be in their circus are looking for it right. And that's what just it's just like casually talking about things talking about phones talking about order talking about all these things that lead back to whatever it is that you actually sell and so I think a lot of people think oh I mean there's some my product you're selling my product or I'm or I'm I'm teaching right and say no they all go together. Do you understand that? Like they're all they'll kind of tied together in so soft songs all the things. You're doing all the time lake. Just for example right. Now what have already done already talked about? Click funnels with talked about the traffic secrets book and talked about the box and talking about circles with four things. Just in the first two minutes of this podcast just and it's like planting seeds and talking about and talking about more and and as you do more and more of it it just gets people to to wonder more into look more and be more excited when the opportunity to purchase arises. So that's kind of a hard sell soft so now to go deeper on that. This is This is what's what's Fun Right. So everybody bought the book and You went to the book funnel right if you have a book yet come on Alec. Why are you even listening to me this point? Don't trust me enough to go by the book. But I digress. Traffic DOT COM. You'll get the book the book you go through down so flowing through the whole thing off there. I you much webinar. Hopefully go to Webinar. And you know the whole whole funnel happens. That's hard now. Soft cell are the things happening now right so in the mail every got box outside the boxes waiting for you open the box scan the Qr Code. And I know about people know how to use our Koji. I still am just learning how to use them if they go to your photo APP and you hold Kyoko to pop open website. Where the video from me in the video ad space basically tell people? I think you so much for buying this book I read from. Sison like you're gonNA love it. I can't wait to dive into it and ask them for favors. Look just know an authorized me biggest thing that we want is we want to be able to make how people actually get the thing. We create right. We spend eighteen months of our life. Lock down like writing this. This this thing for you like I want you to feedback. It's like the thing that being the most me right now is before you open his box of extra record yourself. The boxes you open it go and then shared on facebook and instagram social media and tag me on it and and I wanna see those things right now again. This is like this is the art of selling now right so maximum for favorite US book. I I kill myself to give it to you. Have if you could just make a video you in boxing and posted now. Obviously not everyone does not even like not even the majority of people do but a good percentage people do and posting them everywhere the posting when the close group posted on their own page posting them on instagram their their stories that like I am getting tagged in in boxing video everywhere and obviously we sold like I think sixty or seventy thousand copies of book so far and my getting sixty or seventy thousand getting literally hundreds multiple hundreds of people posting these videos. And when they're doing it gets what's happening their friends their family members or other people like what's up. What's it about and it's starting to make sales Second wave cells are coming. I didn't do anything for other than I. Just ask people to be willing to box that. They're they're thinking posting and boxing you tag. She's been really really cool All the course ones. I don't see all some land. My other folder junk-food but the cool ones. I see I share Mcginn. It's helping those people as well so there's a lot of benefits than side of the book like if you the box you open up a quickstart guide in quick start. Guide walks you through how to use the book. You can buy a computer. You Get Quick Start Guide you buy. Software Quick Star Guy like before book. We don't we included quickstart guides to get quick star guidance. I Okay. I need you to read this book. Second thing you need to do is if you ever read. This is part one of three. They go get the other two books and make sure you read the whole. Trojan get along with the workbook for free. Then here's how to get the whole box set. So I'm telling about the best way to consume the book and how it fits with the other books and for them to go get it right so. It's not hard to say here that you're reading this. This is the best way to consume it. I'm just like if I was selling crackers. I'd like the best way crackers with some some crackers. Cashew milkers of I don't even know. Is that even a thing like I was? Let's say let's say I had a food company right and Shampoo Company right. The Best Chiampou Booms doubled yourselves right. It's these little these little things like that. And so the quickstart guide is also then like little tickets to other things like tickets to webinars tickets all offers. We have just like oh by the way. Here's a bookmark you can use but it also serves as a pretty good ad smell these bookmarks that come in the in the boxes people who broke marks in the books but it's pushing to the Webinar funnel and the this thing and it just other places. They're quick funnels trial things like that you know. And so it's just it's little things kind of including in the sales process the fulfillment process that Increase a whole bunch of things right. It gets your your book. Your product is spread more viral. It gets people talking about people sharing it gets people knowing. What's the next step? Where do I go from here in the value like what's the next piece and so all the things that you kind of look at them? That's that's the magic so anyway. I hope you started thinking about

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"koji" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"koji" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hi my Ripley though a bit later in the hour will fact check the viral plan Dimmick video and other claims about covert nineteen but if you're looking for a locked down cooking project might we recommend Koji we'll get to that too just a note we won't be taking calls during this pre recorded our each country has tackled flattening the curve in its own way and some countries like Singapore and Germany were hailed as a success able to contain infection more successfully than others but we know this pandemic is not predictable there are now flare up hot spots in countries that have flattened the curve Maggie Kurth is here to fill us in on that story and other science headlines from this week she's senior science reporter at five thirty eight dot com welcome back Maggie hi thanks for having me so let's talk about the Singapore was one of the first countries that was touted as a success story what's happened well there are now twenty three thousand new cases that have popped up that are linked to these dormitories where foreign workers live while they work low wage jobs on working visas in the city state so these workers don't get access to Singapore's social safety nets some of them told The New York Times that they've been confined to these dorms and prevented from seeking medical care so in some ways it's sort of like Singapore has a some of these giant cruise boats full of coronavirus cases but just like parked on land in its city and so they're just starting to pop up again yeah exactly are there other countries like and what about for example what about Germany Germany is definitely one of the other ones where you're starting to see cases popping up again cases tripled between Monday and Tuesday more than nine hundred new cases of twenty four hours no kidding and that yeah and that jump no it's not entirely clear what's causing it but it is worth noting that it's been about a copay inhibition periods worth of time since Germany started opening at schools and businesses again similar thing happening in South Korea where bars and night clubs opened and then closed again after one guy went out for an evening on the town and seems to a passcode to more than a hundred people so this is this is these are in countries that have sort of put out some of the flames of the flare ups and then suddenly we have them thinking okay it's safe to go back and once again it starts over again right I mean I think one of the messages that we should be taking away from this is that that corona viruses in the problem you solve once and wash your hands of you know these curbs can on flattened and they can do it in places that have big investments in testing and contact tracing so those are things that we should be paying attention to you're in a country that doesn't you know we're going to be having big problems keeping corona virus under control given that even the places with better infrastructure than we have put in place for this are having those problems well we're gonna be having our own experiment in this country aren't we as some states are now opening up the bars and there were big crowds this week and some of the bars as I was reading about it especially in Wisconsin yeah yeah my my own state of Minnesota here is going to have all of the bars and restaurants open by the end of the month and our case numbers are still going up we have not actually flattened out yet so that will be an experiment and we'll see what happens so are these countries that have flared up again what are they doing just batting down the hatches one more time yeah I mean like you see in South Korea they close bars and nightclubs again you know kind of doubling up on the testing working harder on the contact tracing sometimes kind of closing down things that had previously been opened and it just kind of becomes a game of whack a mole but we also hear about the covert nineteen numbers in Asia you say Europe and now here but it's happening in other places that we don't hear much about isn't it yeah this week a bunch of news outlets began to report on how the virus is affecting cities in central and South America and Africa so the York times went into this project where they were documented deaths from all causes death in a number of south American cities so basically showing how many more people are dying in those places of everything right now compared to what's normal for this time of year that's important stop because it's going to capture unconfirmed Kobe deaths in places where you can't get tested or you might not be able to go to a doctor and it's also capturing deaths that are caused by coal bed but that wouldn't have happened if the hospital's hadn't been over loaded right so what we're seeing in some of these cities are huge increases and all cause deaths compared to past years so some of these things that they your times noted was that the stats doubled in Lima Peru they tripled in the Naspers sale and they were five times higher than normal and why kill Ecuador so that means that some of the cities in south and Central America are having impacts as big as what we saw in places like Italy and and some places in Africa are reporting it and actually not reporting it right there they're holding back yeah it's now in every African country some of the countries like Cameroon Egypt and Algeria are seeing some of the biggest increases in Kobe cases in the world right now and the U. S. embassy announced this week that Tanzania is experiencing another of an outbreak to overwhelm the hospitals in the country but that can't be corroborated though because as the BBC reported to Tanzanian leaders stopped recording casing the tally data for coal bed on April twenty ninth let's move onto your next story your next story looks at how the US is funding P. P. E. around the world or actually not funding it right so a lot of these countries central South America Africa do you know where we're having these big outbreaks right now they rely on U. S. state department funds for a lot of health care infrastructure issues right and there's nine hundred million dollars that the U. S. state department has committed to international response but it's also told the organizations that are seeking those funds that they won't be allowed to use that money to purchase PP when NPR talk to the state department about that they were told that that was specifically to reduce competition and ensure that the US would have more access to BP but it's really worrying a lot of these organizations because it means that they're kind of left in a bind like thank you have purchased the protection for frontline health care workers and we're talking about places where healthcare systems are already stretched pretty thin so I give them the money anyhow I mean what what would they be using the money for instead I mean there are other things you can do with that supporting people through lockdowns for instance you can be putting money and you're getting medications for people you know things like that but he is such a huge important part of how we protect healthcare workers and not being able to get that really need really cripples your response yeah and also I understand that P. A. U. S. pulled the support from the WHO's program to develop drugs and vaccines for covert nineteen right there's been a number of sort of nationalist turns that we take him on international health care related to cope and and it'll be interesting to see how that plays out because when you think about how anything is produced medications vaccines those are all international supply chains and if we are not participating in international sharing of the outcome of those supply chains what's that going to mean for us down the road when we need the supplies and that's why international cooperation is so important to try to coordinate with everyone that is what the experts say and the goodness we'll see we'll see how that plays out I want to talk about some good news there is actually some good news in the world isn't where there is and actually see my one of my favorite subjects it's about coral reefs I understand right so L. G. scientists have grown some algae that could help corals survive climate change better you know it's a long way from being used in the real world this is just laboratory results but it's a first step in the right direction and I am bound and determined to end this on a high note today so D. algae live inside coral polyps and they actually help coral reefs they kind of produce the photosynthesis that gives squirrel nutrition when the temperature of the water gets too hot the algae start to react they can't handle it and the coral effectively about so when you get coral bleaching that's what's happening the coral are you know vomiting out their algae and starving themselves so scientists took some of this algae and they raised hundreds of generations of it in warmer water effectively breeding involving it to be more heat tolerance and finding something that could maybe keep the coral healthier at hotter temperatures and hopefully then they could see the algae around to the reefs that may be spitting out their Algerian you know spreading the new warm tolerant algae around that's the idea eventually right now it works in the lab and Hey that's good news it is you know I also heard that there's a group in Florida that is growing corals in aquariums which is very hard to do I know I had I used to do that when I had my salt water tank maybe you can retire and be a choral rancher that's not such a bad idea I will come to your coral ranch Maggie Kirsty senior science reporter at five thirty eight that com bringing us some bad news and some good news this week thank you for taking have to be with us today thank you so much a quick program note in April we teamed up with valley public radio to unravel the medical mystery of valley fever that's a fungal disease that commonly impacts communities in dusty dry regions of the southwest US and Latin America and we asked you for your personal experiences on the side for a vox pop app.

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Dining in Cork, Ireland

Monocle 24: The Menu

04:51 min | 2 years ago

Dining in Cork, Ireland

"Week. We are with Monaco's Johnny German as he talks through the reach and varied culinary delights on offering Cork Ireland's second city in the southwest of Ireland and on the banks of the river. Lee Kirk or as the locals refer to it. The real capital is a true culinary. Hotspot first-place visit is a Cork Institution. The iconic English markets buying the city center a bustling Victorian covered marketplace packed Boulevard sans trading products from the local to the International. Maneuver your way onto the barrel. Vaulted CEILINGS THE ALTERNATIVE BREAD COMPANY. And pick up a loaf of traditional Irish soda. Bread loaf under your arm. Wander over to O'CONNELL's fishmongers which offers freshly caught fish arriving daily from castletown bear in West Cork. Get yourself a slice of the very popular oak smoked salmon to pair with your bread. Even Queen Elizabeth herself visit the marketplace. During a state visit into an eleven pat O'CONNELL the fish monger welcomed the Queen and pointed at a monk fish. He said it resembled his mother-in-law. The Queen laughed uproariously across a few Stolz to a Riley and sons butchers established in nineteen. Ten here get a good serving of tripe tra- Sheen and Caribbean some or d'oeuvres to chew with relish tripe is the stomach lining of a sheep or cow tra- sheen variety of blood pudding and Caribbean pig trotters. Old famous in the market due to its long standing history of providing salted beef and to sailors circumnavigating the globe departing from the coastal harbor of Cove. Exit the English market and amble along to the Michelin starred. Itchy GAUCI on key patrons. Sit on stools or at the counter and observe the chef. Takeshi Miyazaki at work in the open kitchen experience. Japanese haute cuisine fused with local ingredients in fact Miyazaki uses local English Beans to make his tongue cut through dishes. The menu offers items that are grilled steamed pickles chewed in rice soup and Sushi me all reflecting the seasons sample the spring dishes pickled awash with Sardine Rhubarb welcoming. And She Soto's has crunch Kenny cream. Crockett with castletownbere crab unusual. Koji mayonnaise perhaps knockback. A man in Tokyo wants me to never drink hot sake. As it will give you a roaring hangover. He continued to confidently. Say Drinking ice cold under no circumstance would give you a hangover from experience. I can categorically confirm this is untrue after succulent meal of Japanese cuisine. Checkout alchemy coffee. In books on Barrack Street they used three F. E. Independent Irish coffee roasters. I promise a sip of the coffee in alchemy will make the drinker releasing audible in pleasure. The cafe has used books to flick through alternating art exhibitions from local artists decorate the wolves and all of this adds the creative and relaxing ambiance for dinner look no further than Para Diso. An internationally acclaimed Vegetarian restaurant known for its innovative menu parody so uses local ingredients for an international taste braise TURNIP SPROUTING. Broccoli and chilly glazed. Pan-fried Tofu with Patrouille. I some of the highlights on the diverse locally sourced menu. Even for the most carnivorous of meat eaters. This vegetarian jam is a culinary highlight of the city after such a gastronomic Odyssey. A final coaling to the Abbey. Tavern is much needed on the way to the pub take post-prandial Stroll Through University College Cork and admire the neo. Gothic quadrangle employs tres. Now for an evening staff Digestif in the Abbey Tavern a pint of Murphy's referred to me once as glorious mode of the River Lea make sure to bring along a copy of night boat to ten year by Kevin Barry Long listed for the Booker Prize last year this very pub features in the book and gives the reader great insight into the colloquialisms lyrical accents and the culture of this great city wined dined evening in a snug crack. Open a bag of cheese and onion crisps. And hopefully you'll be treated to a boisterous sing song as the night rose on and on

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Mark Dalgleish - You Should Be Using Layout Components

Full Stack Radio

09:59 min | 2 years ago

Mark Dalgleish - You Should Be Using Layout Components

"So the reason I wanted to have you on the show is you on on. Twitter are super opinionated when it comes to how people kind of put together their you know design systems whether or not that's a dirty word is a whole other conversation. component libraries in general. And how people are actually piecing together user interfaces and sounds like you've gone through a lot of your own pain over the years in trying to get this right and design things in a way that you know as maintainable and scalable and Easy to work with and it also lets us sort of translate sort of the way that your designers are thinking about you. I As accurately to code as possible. Which I I definitely I think is a problem that people run into a lot so I think maybe the best place to start would be just talking a little bit about like some of the challenges is that you've run into yourself when it comes to building Sort of components systems in dealing with layout I think especially is a is a hot topic doc that I'm curious to get into. Yeah I mean so a lot of people are getting into design systems as you said. That's a whole big can of worms even just turn at the basic level. I think the reason it's become so popular. Is that technology choices that people are making a driving them in this direction fiction the biggest one I think being react that's influenced a lot of people Where if you do react well you basically building building a a component library that leads towards the idea of a design system and so I so I was on that journey failure early on I got onto react quite early and and I think what happens is people naturally stop building up? The most obvious kind of leaf nodes buttons and text fields and even text components headings and things like that But what what happens I think is that people run into this problem. Where and this is definitely what happened into us? Is that as soon as you start trying to compose up lodger pots the UI. You feel like it's a lot less obvious what you're supposed to do You know buttons very easy but you know how. How do I can construct a page and in practice? Because we didn't really have a good answer you would just Kinda fullback on CSS assess more or less and just stop relative to the the components will building it felt like you would just hacking things together For the longest time we went. Show what you know what the answer to. That was like We we made some attempts and our attempts would basically like very opinionated layout components. You know if you want to try and if you were trying I wanna do this very specific layout we had component for you if you're trying to do something custom while you had to Ri- CSS and that's fine you know like th that wasn't a problem problem. Psi It just felt like the the productivity benefits you're getting from your component suddenly ground to a halt as peace other different. Yeah so can you give example what you mean by like a Leo component for like in this kind of Time period that you're talking about where maybe have like very specifically okay bottom for doing something that's really common. Just won't you mean yeah sure the one that we had That's kind of notorious because its name was so bad bad but it's stuck was we had a component called sided layout because we had this layout a This two column. That was very common across lots of Al Pages. The way you would have A main content area and aside The sidebar would collapse on ball. And you you could choose whether the sidebar would go above or below the content on mobile basically because it would vary okay And it was like I said it was thing with because it was such a common component. We will such lab. We made a component for it. But if you had any custom opinions on top of that or any other sort of lay out there was no component for you contract. And and how has that component implemented. It was it just like It had like props for the two different kind of content areas. Yeah it was you you would provide Yeah exactly the content for each column bicycling and you would then. There was a pro to decide which order they would be on my ball. Gotcha I think that was it. Yeah and did you have any other components that were of that nature. Like I'm trying to think of my head. What are some common lay? Oh patterns that people might run into that are still kind of like specific. They're not like sort of general purpose like laying everything out on the screen and some sort of reasonable way like for example. A common one is you have like a header in a title on the left and then like three buttons on the right or something some actions. That sort of thing. Is that sort of thing that you would have created like a component opponent for in the past but just felt like this almost two specific component like a header with actions type of layoffs component. Yes that was definitely like. We had one for the the buttons at the bottom of a form as well and we still do actually That's one that we probably should it at some point revisit because I think that that one. That's that's another another one coming out that you really want to make sure that the same across pages and it's very easy to just create a compassionate in it that's like your actions component and the problem. The problem is that if you like to me what feels right wind building up a design system. Is that whenever you look at the the source code for a given component. It feels like you're just looking at the next level down of obstruction and not just completely. He bought a bottoming out immediately. Like you WanNa feel like you'll reuse the internals Sort of is it's designed system Rather than just I. Everything's GonNa Stall Sheet attached to it and it's just this thin veneer over Hacky Koji whatever it in any way. Can you give an example. Maybe like something that you guys did. They see other people do dialect. Today you would see and be Kinda like grossed out by. Yeah Yeah I mean I I it at this point The the the the the cardinal sin of layout now for me is is what space around components Because that was kind of the the secret that we were really missing When we originally doing design system custom work was because we didn't have a notion of layout components and we hadn't fully separated those things Alan L. Naive view at the time was that you should just be able to drop a series of components as siblings and they should look right. Yeah okay this is a really interesting discussion because this is something the thing I've been battling with myself recently There's this there's definitely this appeal to wanting to feel like okay. I can just drop things on the page. One after another. And they're just going to automatically medically look right and the spacing between them. It's going to be correct. Because this header is going to have the right amount of bottom padding baked into it such that if you put a list under it or a table under it or anything the thing is just GonNa work But when I saw some of the stuff that you are tweeting about it kind of pushed me in another direction well. It helped me decide to avoid void so yeah continued. I'm super interested to hear your thoughts on this. Yes so that. That's really kind of the crux of the issue in terms of like the two mental models and I and I think there is definitely this temptation to shoot for what seems like a simple model that you should just have a bunch of sibling components and they look correct just by themselves somehow and the the somehow Kinda the trick. Because that's what everyone's trying to figure out it's like an because it feels like you can make it work in some key in in common cases and that and that's why I think you get led down that road that's why we went down that road. You know you make you make your headings have spice below them in your text have spice just below them and and you try and decide. Oh this is roughly how much spice this thing should have generally and Decem spice this thing should have. And ultimately what you're into the way you really run into issues as straightaway you get to be trying to balance white space for example you've got to cod with heading some text fields some buttons And everything's got spice below it and you realize we'll hang on the loss things go up too much space below it so now. What do I never know when you're just designing component in isolation if it's going to be used in that context or not right like certainly you might be designing the list component. That might be the last thing on the page sometimes but not every time. So how do you handle that. If you're trying to bake that spacing right into the component yeah and I and I think You can start reaching for things that don't scale you can sought to say well. Maybe I can have some sort of child Selecta or something. But then it's there's is no guarantee that the thing you targeting will be the actual loss child who might be in some other kind of container and you start to realize like this isn't really working and and the hacks aren't working and you don't know what to do and that's definitely where we were. Yeah so if you were to kind of try and draw comparison I guess in terms of the mindset to just like raw css for people that are maybe not as react back to savvy in my head. I'm picturing this sort of like creating Sort of kind of traditional CSS classes like you know dot user list or something and in that class. Maybe there's like a margin bottom like baked right into that like a component class and this is what we're saying is like where you're going to run into problems. Start doing that sort of thing. Yeah Yeah

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How to turn travel benefits into financial rewards

Talking Points

06:55 min | 2 years ago

How to turn travel benefits into financial rewards

"I'm excited today to dive in a little bit because I do think. In the travel rewards space there are certain dominant players who have tons of different products and really drive deepen travel but I think the Bank of America premium rewards visa has a really a unique spot now lease so you've traveled every poll because now there's so many people traveling to every country but you you have them beat by by something right well first of all. I'm kind of the Koji with it so I was the first one kind of go public with the whole thing and A lot of people blame me for the influx of how many are now. But I'm still the youngest person to visit every we country in both polls and I've been to so many more as well like all the territories and and everything that no one's ever heard of or actually thought about going and we're GONNA to get into how you've used points to travel around the world similar to me but in a lot more interesting ways but merited let's focus on the credit card. Division of Bank of America the reward space is really competitive and you know can be argued that there's a race going on where every bank card offers trying to one up each other. What is bank America's approach to winning in this highly competitive market? Yeah I mean first of all everything we do starts with our customer and understanding what is it they want and we hear a couple of things across the board. Ford one is no me understand what I want. Reward me in recognize me and have my back so those are fundamentals as we think about anything. So we've got our products products but was also unique and I think it's really different even when you call the credit card division. We don't think like that. We know that we think about our customers and what they need. We're a full service financial company so we think about the customer and what their needs. We don't think about from a product standpoint. What product they need? What does the customer? I need to live their life and we have our new campaign right now he says. What would you like the power to do what we want to send is? What do people want to accomplish that? How do we build our capabilities around that? So is an example. We have our preferred rewards program so we look at it across our different products and services. You could have a checking account whether we have a merrill investment account a mortgage. How do we look at cumulatively? What are you doing with us? The amount of business. And how do we reward you for the totality of Your Business. And so it's taking a little bit of a broader view of the customer and ensuring weird trading the programs in the products based on the full relationship instead of just. We're not them online. I guess that's the difference that when you look at the category there are Ramana lines. We don't view a credit card division. we say what our customers need to love their financial life and let's make sure we're rewarding them for their business so that's really interesting. Because as a preferred rewards visa card holder. We worked with thank America on the launch of that product and it. It's it's really interesting because it's kind of cool to see your banking and deposits actually give you more rewards. It's really rich. You know especially with the double points on travel and dining with the top preferred rewards ratio. How do you afford to give out so much back per dollar spent? Are you losing losing money on certain areas so look at the big picture when you look at it and there are thresholds right so we've got different tiers depending on the combined assets that you have at the bank so a goal twenty to fifty fifty thousand in assets and it goes all the way up to one hundred in a mob in so we have got also incredible retention we ninety nine percent retention of customers were enrolled in our preferred rewards program. Because they see just to your point Brian how rich it is. And they're also more satisfied in more likely to recommend Bank of America so out of the millions and millions of customers that we have enrolled their great customers they refer and there continue to do more business with us so we look at it over the long term too. I think which is maybe maybe different than other folks. We look at sort of the lifetime of our customer. And how do we think about the future of our customer. More business with us over time. I think this really interesting because so many people say what did the banks you know work with you. Why do they want people you know the airlines must hate you? Because people are redeeming their points and they're losing money but I think what you said is very true like engage customers truly do bring more value back over time so you want people to use their points. We want people to use the points. We want people to engage. We want them to feel rewarded for doing. Business is with us and for me as a Bank of America preferred awards member and a premium rewards Visa Card holder. They always talk about lowering your words like learning your credit card with your banking rewards and as a preferred rewards platinum honors. Your member. I can't think of a better program because I'm getting three and a half points per dollar spent traveling dining in two point six two points on everything else. There's nothing else that can peace with that. And because you know I'm a platinum honors to your member so I have a certain amount of assets with Bank of America. I'm not going anywhere. Because I'm loving that. And it's low annual fee on the card and it's very favorably comparable to any other card out there in my opinion especially if you combine it with words. There's there's nothing better so basically basically what the points they're not at a certain airline you don't have to use them in only a certain category it is basically cash back right. That's how I use it actually is cash can use it for any purchase. So if you've got a helicopter they need to pay for which actually I mean have. I was funny. The first time that I I was talking about how I use my points with the team because I do I use them for like the helicopter to the Hamptons because you can spend on it and just wipe those charges off at once in each and and they were like Yeah Brian. We don't think most people are going to use it for helicopters but even you know word dog owners you can use it for the vet bills. which Leeann I both have French bulldog? The man Arthur amazing money. We always dog are you. Do you have a dog. I have two cats cats. Do they get along. Yeah most most of the time they get along long and do you have a favorite I do have a favorite Riley Fan. Favorite is Anthony so shadow to anthony. I have a lot of Bodega cats near me when I go for walks and it's like probably my most most popular thing on instagram stories. It's kind of amazing. So Meredith. Explain a little bit more about preferred reward. What counts as a deposit and then what are the bonus levels that a consumer humor can get by hitting those levels? Yes I mean the way it works. Is there different. Thresholds depending on the amount of business you do with us and it's combined business and this is what's really important and so it's either having a deposit account or if you have a merrill investment account you don't have to have both she's doing business with us at the different thresholds and you get different level of rewards awards depending on it and it's a multiplier effect in terms of the amount Bonus that you get on your credit card as well as we get interest rate boosters and other types of AH benefits and really it's as the more business you do the more the rewards grow and I'll tell you these folks are enrolled in this loyalty program we've got a very high retention rate ninety nine percent retention rate because the rewards are so rich as well as they're more likely to recommend bank of America so satisfied with the

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Pastor put on watchlist after work with migrants at border sues US government

America in the Morning

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Pastor put on watchlist after work with migrants at border sues US government

"A former la mesa pastor has filed a federal lawsuit against the department of homeland security Reverend Koji douse out claims the government targeted her for surveillance over her ministry to migrants at the border the alleged surveillance program also allegedly track the number of attorneys journalists and immigration advocates who would cross the border to carry out their work the San Diego County Board of supervisors yesterday approved an additional one point six million dollars to train and educate social workers and probation officers supervisor Nathan Fletcher said in the statement that investing in more training is vital to the success of the child welfare system the latest budget calls for hiring a hundred and twenty five

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Cody, Koji And Larry discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Cody, Koji And Larry discussed on BBC World Service

"Wanna next where the high court on Tuesday, ruled in favor of decriminalising homosexuality in a landmark decision for campaigners. The court rejected laws that impose up to seven years in prison for same sex relationships stating that they will unconstitutional yesterday, Newsday spoke to brilliant, Cody, he was on his way to the court. He's a gay rights campaign invites when he was in court when the decision was announced I am happy. I am exhausted. Quizzes also been a long day right now. I'd like it's really clear in my mind. When someone says you are an which are not, or you are as it really sinks, in, because I feel the ownership I feel that indeed the country loves me. I feel that indeed the country recognizes and counts me. So that's the one thing that right now, I am so setting of compared to new study when I went to bid, so there's just that Larry in my mind for us that we manage to go to the higher quite we kind of, like head advise in us about the whole thing. But overall what really has retired with everyone was just really the peace and just excitement that now we really are looking forward to what's going to happen next. Or what's the house, the system going to protect as now reaction from brilliant, Koji eight gay rights campaigner in

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"koji" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"koji" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Receive versions of fallout fallout two and fallout tactics for free anyone who played Follett seventy six will will get access to those games. Even console owners though, they will not be consul versions of the games. You'll get access to these PC releases. They're not porting fall at one to the PlayStation. I've already got him. Yeah. I the all these games for five bucks. Yeah. They were just on sale on the sale for like five or six I feel like they've been free at various times in the past. Not enough. This comes hot off the heels of pretty devastating bug to the nuclear. I want to hear new bugs. I don't have all the details in front of me. But there is a bug involving the endgame nuke thing that kind of locked out players from being able to fire nukes. Okay. I mean, I guess that's better than the alternative of they made it possible to just launch nukes all the time, actually. Actually that was the first problem was like anyone could launch. Now. Nobody can launch nukes. Well, congratulations to follow the big boss. Exactly militarizing at done out. There. Finally got the last act. Yeah, she go on the island. That's exactly the game. Never over. It's get is game. Over for the MAC and lyrics versions of blood-stained, though. No. Yeah. The story from poly gone reported on this Koji Igarashi posted on Kickstarter blood-stained will no longer be supported on MAC and Lennox. We have made this tough decision due to challenges of supporting middleware and online features support. And making sure we deliver on the rest of the scope for the game..

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Witness reports gunfire at intersection near Pine and Lewis

America's Morning News

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Witness reports gunfire at intersection near Pine and Lewis

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