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05:35 min | Last week

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"And welcome to favor. Production of iheartradio. I'm anne and i'm laurin vogel bomb and today we have an episode for you about merlot. Yes and as always with these drink responsibly. Yes okay. But i gotta start immediately with seinfeld reverend. Okay so i. I don't know if i've ever really explained this. But the reason. I know seinfeld so well as i had four channels one of them being. Tbs here in atlanta. Well georgia Growing up On played seinfeld all the time and it was one of the few things that i could get consistently even though sometimes that attached to the tv and raised my hand. I don't know actually works out like it did. Yeah it felt like it was helping. You felt like you were participating. Yes so i. I was obviously not old enough to drink. Merlo the nineties when these episodes were coming out but i did for better for worse. Take in these messages of what adulting our adult life looks. And i know everyone's screaming that's worse but yeah i i was. Does i even asked my mom. This wasn't just seinfeld's but like sitcoms in general is the only way to meet people is like you meet them in a bar and then you dumped a week later anyway. Anyway there is an episode. Where kramer his friend. Mickey going on a double date and they don't know who the two women involved in this scenario are interested in. Oh okay they like forgot and so the plan is to show up at the restaurant early and then the two women will sit across whoever they choose to sit across. We'll we'll share. Yes but the women were there before they got. Oh no uh-huh anyway. There's a really awkward conversation that ensues. That's just like i like your shirt. Oh well i have the same shirt. Well i also like the like did note. Nothing is getting decided and the waiter comes. And they're like kind of waffling on what they should drink..

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

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05:52 min | Last month

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Laurin vogel bomb and today we have an episode for you about nutrition labels. Yes which was a suggestion from you. Lauren was there any particular reason this was on your mind. This was this was a listener suggestion from away in the way back And sometimes i'll be going through our idea spreadsheet and just going like. I don't know like like what what is in here. That we just haven't thought about in a minute and this popped up and forgive me for whoever it was suggested this a i think it was in like two thousand seventeen and be. I did not put your name in the notes if it was you. Thank you But yeah this is something. That's like never that far from my mind because whenever i'm in a grocery store especially having like the kind of food sensitivities that i do it's really important for me to annoyingly important for me to read nutrition labels of all of the products that i'm buying because you know like people just love putting bell peppers and stuff just all over the place and i don't know why i like. Oh here's.

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05:05 min | Last month

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"To that being able to stream live radio stations from all over the country and even all over the world from your favorite local stations. Too far off stations to give you a flavor of another city iheart. Has it all number one for music. Radio and podcasts. Stall in one free hello and welcome to savor production of iheartradio. I'm anne wreath. And i'm laurin vogel bomb and today we have an episode for you about corn dogs. And it's a fun one is this one gets wacky. And you know. I feel like we've we've got a lot of a competing origin stories and a lot of these but hoof. I love how many people are scrambling so fiercely to claim the court. There's no part. Yeah i mean but like but like not since the sunday have. We had such fierce comes. Yes yes you are correct. We have a lot of contenders in this one. Which is a phrase. I'm gonna use a lot. And also every time i use it. I think of thor ragnarok so just put that in mind when tessa thompson says he's contender. That's what i'm inbound for every time. Yes exactly love it i. I'm not really into corn dogs. I can't even remember the last time i had one. My mom did buy the frozen kind one time. Like my most recent memory. And i one time like in middle school Yeah but i do have a friend who was going through a huge corn dog kick She says it's mostly because she wants to have a vessel to transport mustard and ketchup to her mouth. Which i know some of you will judge. But no i'm i'm into that. Yeah the ketchup part. Which we're going to go into all right. Yes but it seems like a very very joyous thing for her so it makes me really happy. Every time i hear like say like oh for lunch i had turkey corn dog and like oh. I'm glad i'm yeah. I don't to be to be honest. Y'all i don't really understand corn dogs. I'm like you've got a perfectly good hot dog and a perfectly good johnny cake. Pancake mix and then you ruin them by putting them together. Why would you do that. They're they're doing fine..

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

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03:29 min | Last month

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Hello and welcome to savor production of iheartradio. Any reese and i'm laurin vogel bomb. And today we have an episode for you about aqua fava yes and several of you. Listeners have written about this one We even got a fan made. Podcast about i would throw awesome. Yes in the way back. Yeah this has been a a long requested episode topic that we've been avoiding so hard not because i could earn. You're just worried about the sides of it. I will say we were discussing this. It's incredibly recent. I thought it was. Yeah same same but yeah. I've never made it. I am on a big chickpea kick right. Now that i think started back with atar episode. And i've been making a lot of like cucumber salads with chick peas meadows until and So i have a lot of the the required juice sounds really gross. But that's that's what we're talking about. No i. I don't know that that sounds that sounds just okay. Like having a lot of the required juice. I think is a super good thing to have in whatever situation. Yeah but what. If you're a vampire or you know you're in a certain star wars universe you're making clones of some guy that you should be making of like is perhaps people shouldn't have the but this. This is the differences situation. Yes yes. I am not a vampire. Good why a star wars universe. I don't live in that university though. I try sometime now and if either of the two of us as a vampire. We've already discussed that. It's probably me so that's ok though Definitely so yeah so so you should put some of that to use. I haven't really played with it either. Um but now. I'm like i really want to. I don't even a lot of eggs. And so i'm like oh i should. Why do i not do this. Yes i want to try making a cocktail if yeah you can make it like an egg white Kind of substitute to use in cocktails to make them in foamy. Yeah yeah. I love a good white cocktail but a lot of times i h- you know me. I don't like Wasting anything so. When i use an egg white cocktail than i have to have a plan for the yoke. And so it's like a double i to think everything out Which is very silly. But it is something back to you. I see you. I've had any number of frozen whites or frozen yolks at different times in my life. Depending on what. I was doing so. Yeah yes But yeah yeah you can. You can see this is like i think the strangest collection of c. also episodes that i've ever set loud on this show but you can see our previous episode on hamas And also the one on baked beans and also on whipped cream. Ev intrigues okay. I love with cream. And the other day i was getting some store. I don't get very and they were asking what i was gonna use it..

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

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02:16 min | 2 months ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Welcome to save production iheartradio. I'm anne reese. And i'm laurin vogel bomb and today we have an episode for you about blueberries. Yes oh i think this is the most excited. I've heard you about an episode in a minute. Oh they're my top ten. I yeah varies yes. Yes oh yeah. It was one of the many nicknames. I've picked up over the years. Blueberry right yeah because of mainly late night. Excursions to ihop. Because i never go for breakfast. You go at night. Oh yeah yeah. I would order double blueberry pancakes and top them with blueberry syrup. And usually. When i did this i was wearing this huge. I know you've seen an artist. Is huge georgia tech hoodie. That i have. It's navy blue in me. Look like the person really want eyelid. Violet you're turning violet violet. Hookah salt. I think because. I know this only name i know but i know it's not her yeah. Violent isn't easy name to remember. So i don't know what my problem yet. I love them so much. I had a friend. She would this special blueberry pie gesture me every year war but then she would have to take me for a walk like a child. Because i would get so this is in college. I'm guessing i. Oh yeah. And i. When i got back from china when i i hung out with a group of friends they they text me in. They're like what are the things you've missed. You've been gone for like a year now that you're back in the us. What do you want cheese. Looping that was great. Believe i mean blueberries. Go really well cheese. I mean she goes really well with pretty much everything. But that's been my experience to more and yeah when i was growing up. We had these blueberry bushes all around our house and we would go blueberry picking and it was the best They were so good. They were so sweet. Oh yeah i do feel like. It isn't a lot of summer desserts here in the united states Also blueberry muffins. Those are so good. I could go on and on and on. But they're all they're they're great addition to baked goods. I yeah and all there..

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

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03:44 min | 2 months ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"To save iheartradio and i'm laurin vogel bomb and today we have an episode for you about bundt cake pans. Yes that's right. You heard correctly which is fun. it's a fun one. I don't often eat bundt cake or cake in general and you can see our cake versus pie episode on richard blazes. Podcast food court for my very strong opinions about that. Oh yeah very very strong. Very strong indeed have preferences but i do have some really fond bundt cake memories. Yeah i had a good friend in high school whose grandmother used to make a boozy at hell romp cake that was delicious so good and one of my best friends in welsh we. We've known each other. Since we were for she. She lived next me growing up and on one of her birthdays in middle school. We had a snow day. No like legitimate snow on the ground sticking snowing because a lot of times in georgia's no day can be it might snow. Okay yes and. I was determined to really do her birthday up. So i made a bunch of her favorite things including this rainbow bundt cake. Yes but also this is when i tried and succeeded in using the infamous home alone defense while sledding wishes. If you don't know i built. We had this deck and it had these steep stairs and then down hill and then a rock hall bill. And then you'd go down the stairs. I built a ramp at of snow. Go down the stairs. Then you hit hill and that i built another ramp so you'd go over the the rockwall. Oh no yes. Sounds extremely precarious..

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Hello and welcome to favor. I'm an areas, and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb and today, we're talking about nutritional yeast, which apparently some people call Newt. And I really don't like that. I really do. Not like that. Okay. I did see a recipe for Newt shoe cheese dip. And I find that straight delightful. Like, I can't argue with new show. Newt nah, no. I'm not word. You can't even explain why there's no particular thing. It doesn't sound nice. It does honestly nutritional yeast doesn't sound nice either. But it's but it's fine. I mean, it's it, but it is nice. It tastes very nice. Actually, it does. I I've used it quite a bit not so much recently. But back when I was more healthy than I currently. But I use as a cheese substitute kind of. Because it does have a flavor that can pass. I mean, it's good on its own. But if you're looking to cut back on cheese, it is a way you could do that. Sure. And I remember making particularly like a lot of pastas with it, and like topping it topping pastas. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It's also good as topping for popcorn. I look off guard. Well, sure, I was about to say that's nothing's going to stop you from eating popcorn. I mean, hopefully, not, but this brings us to our question nutritionally east. What is it? Well, nutritional yeast is a powder or flake. That's kind of toasty yellow in color, a cheesy or nutty flavor, and is basically dried yeast juice that sounds so appetizer allow me to explain. We've talked on this show before about Saccharomyces cerevisiae. A like we've talked a lot about it because it's a strain of yeast that's used to ferment green into beer and juice into wine. It's used to create air pockets and flavor in bread. It's the active ingredient and vegemite end or marmite and is also responsible for adding flavors to a whole bevy of things from Worcestershire sauce to chocolate all those good thing..

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

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07:12 min | 3 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"The folks that horizon organic have been making organic dairy products for over twenty five years at horizon, they believe that organic makes all the difference to make organic milk cows have to eat an organic diet with no GMO's added growth hormones or antibiotics allowed. Learn more at horizon dot com and look for delicious horizon, organic milk cheese and butter in the dairy case. Hello. And welcome to savor. I'm an areas, and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb end today with talking about chewing gum shooting gum, which I'm technically not supposed to have. Oh, that's right. You've got one of those one of those artificial teeth in there. Right. I do I do and. It's a whole story. But the the last thing that these two Russian dentists told. Before I left their office was never gin apples carrots, ice or chewing gum. Wow. But I do still chew it sometimes. And I feel like I'm living on the wild side. I do it's it's like you're risking actually that has fun. Historical ties. Does it? Well, I mean sort of I mean like it's sort of a rebellious. Anyway, we'll get to that. We will get to that. When I was a kid. I did love those. I don't know if you remember these that they were. Plo pops. Yeah. Lollipops and they had gum in the middle. Yeah. I always thought like they were marketed so effectively that I was like this is going to be great, but I actually strongly disliked both hard candy and the flavor of bubblegum. It was never gave us. Never a good plan. I don't know. Yeah. I think I liked maybe the grape ones. I don't know. I can't remember green apple. That's my fav-. Yeah. Totally anyway chewing gum. What is it? He's hit. Well chewing gum is a non food partially digestible edible that we consume using our eating parts. Clear as much it's a choice, substance usually flavored sweetened, and sometimes colored that is intended to be masticated without swallowing and spit out upon and of use that sounds very appetizing masticated without swallowing. Yes. I wish it said that like on structures on gum masticate, do not swallow it. Oh, man. I would write the best instructions for all food items ever. All y'all get in touch with me. Yes. This is a service. I can provide. Yes. Oh, well, okay. So so yes, you you know, what you in. Is you chew it? You don't eat it. I mean, part of it is digestible part of it is not modern chewing gums, use an array of compounds to do those flavoring and coloring parts ranging from naturally derived chemicals to artificially dried chemicals this week nurse may or may not be caloric the twohey ingredient or ingredients maybe natural polymers derived from rubbery tree sap. But more commonly these. As our synthetic, plastics or rubbers. These formulas are proprietary and kept under wraps a, but formulations of beauty dying styrene rubber polyethylene and polyvinyl acetate pop up a lot. I just wrote those, and then I was like, well, I'm not changing it because it's funny. And so yes, if you you know, are familiar with any of those words, those are petroleum products commercial chewing gum is technically a petroleum product the more, you know. The reason that you she is a solid before you start chewing. It is that your body heat softens it to a temperature which it's malleable when you choose the polymers link-up, which creates the stretching that you observe if you say get a piece half stuck to the bottom of your shoe, or if you blow bubble with it get in your hair nightmare. That happened to me once in middle school. I had to go home and get a whole chunk cut out of my head. It was bad times. I to me too. And somehow got it right in my Bank. Good. Yeah. Someone like tossed apiece from a moving car. I was so mad about it. Oh, all the indignant said a seventh grader can muster. Which is it for you. And yes, it is. Thank you. If you're wondering how chewing gum is made. Well, different gums have different properties as you have probably noticed like bubble blowing bubble gum is kind of different from like try to come or something like that. Manufacturers play with a lot of different components to get it right for whatever quality right may be. You've got a last numbers in there to create stretch plasticizers to soften the texture. Fillers to bulk the gum up without needing to add sugar and resins to help bind everything together. Whatever the ingredients the basic process for making a stick of gum goes like, this you create that gun base. And then heat it in drums or kettles built with blades that cut in your sweeteners, flavourings and softeners when the stuff this gum is a smooth and consistent rolled out thick onto belts. And then cool it down then machines need it for hours hours at a time to help link up some of those Linke polymers when it's the right amount of elastic. You slice it into measured chunks. Roll it to the correct this dust it with a nonstick powder like powdered sugar cornstarch, and then that sheet will be stamped into not quite individual pieces as sheet they're sent to dry out a little bit before they are broken off. Individually and packaged. Now, if you're making coded gums Gumbo balls or chick lets you use to parallel dies pressing together through a column of gum to stamp out the shapes, and then let those individual pieces dry out and rolling through tumbler or kettle to coat them. They might be given a shiny wax coating there, you there you go. Let's let's talk some numbers in twenty nineteen chewing gum market is expected to generate thirty two point six three billion dollars and three point nine five billion of that is from the US, which is the third largest market, the largest market is the Asia Pacific region. Followed by western Europe. Only three percent of gum sales are dumbbells. But the most popular flavor not have gum balls have gone in general is meant less my meant problem. That's a double whammy. Oh can't have gum. But I did use to participate. I was big into these food challenges when I was a kid, right? Sure. And there were these gum ones that we would do and one was chew enough meant like spearmint gum. It starts to burn. And we would see how many pieces you could get before the pain. The ravens heart is. Yeah. I'm not sure if that deserves the congratulations you're not, but probably not. But when your kid? Oh, yeah. That's major props. I was king of the lunchroom. Did did you? Did you ever blow bubbles? Yeah. I was a big bubble blower. I would choose those entire packs of bubbalicious.

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03:28 min | 3 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Wherever you listen to podcasts. Hello and welcome to her. I'm an eerie, and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb and today, we've got another food fairytale for you. We do you do it's well, it has many names or two names to as many. It's a story by the brothers Grimm called sometimes the almond tree and sometimes the juniper tree. And yeah, yeah. We've done one food fairy tale in the past. If y'all haven't heard our goblin market episode, the the idea here is that we take a story in the public domain. It's about food in some way and do a dramatic reading with some of our friends here around the house to work slash iheart media office and then Dylan does his magic with with the score some effects, and then we maybe discuss it just a little bit. Yeah. And the last episode that we did like this was really fun to do. And I think I think it came out dwells go check it out if you haven't heard it. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. The guys from stuff to blow your mind, Robert lamb, and Jim McCormick joined us and they are mad geniuses, and and it's a poem by Christina Rossetti. So it's beautiful. Yes. And already going to solicit if you have any ideas for future public domain stories that include food a fairy tales that we can do we really enjoyed doing these. So send those are way. And this one was a great one that that you found Lauren did I find it. I didn't find it. I don't know if material. You are going to do this. We wanted to do one for Halloween that involved cannibalism. Right. That is a popular trope in fairy tales. Yeah. And so yeah. So we thought like, oh, man cannibalism that's fun for Halloween, but it didn't happen for Halloween announce thanksgiving and slightly less appropriate. But still fine. Right. It's about eating it is about eating. There's other things. There's other family and thankfulness. Yeah. There's a lot of themes totally planned this whole thing. And you'll never guess who wrote this tale. I already mentioned it. So what? Yeah. Sorry. That's that's the brothers Grimm. Yeah. Oh, yeah. That's right. I was going to do a home. I'm sorry. We can take that back where we can keep this. Now, we should keep it. Okay. So people know what it's like come on world fallible humans. Yes. And that's what fairytale see to expose. Exactly, yes. Okay. Jacob en Ville, helm Graham. I published their collection of kinder- owned house Martian, that's children and house hotels. Injure many in eighteen twelve it was over a decades worth of work that they began when they were still in their teens. They're born just a year apart in seventeen eighty five and seventeen eighty six and the brothers faced their their own share of young hardship much like we hear about in some of these stories they began supporting their mother and three younger siblings after their father passed in seventeen ninety six and became defacto heads of the family after their mother followed him in eighteen o eight. It was a time in general of great upheaval in the area. The Napoleonic wars were raging and part of the work that they were doing in school and in Ville Helms work as a librarian was in the emerging field of philology. That's the study..

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02:56 min | 3 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Hi, I'm Josh Clark of stuff, you should know. And I have a new podcast series called the end of the world. It's about all the ways humanity might accidents. Wipe ourselves out with the amazing new technology beginning to develop like artificial intelligence. Sure, it's heavy stuff. But it's also enormously interesting, and surprisingly, it's kind of inspiring to if you're a fan of the deep dive check out the end of the world with Josh Clark on apple podcasts, the iheartradio app and everywhere you get podcast and join the conversation on social at hashtag e OT w Josh Clark. Hello and welcome to savor. I'm and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb and today, we're talking about thanksgiving here in the United States. It's happening like tomorrow. If you're listening to this podcast the day that it comes out. Yeah. It's got a lot of fun stuff. And a lot of sad stuff. But it's interesting on the less. Yes. Stuff going on. So I I would say you could listen to it at any time and enjoy it at anytime. Absolutely. But it is appropriate for the season as it comes out. Right. Yes. And I have a lot a lot of thoughts on thanksgiving holiday that I love, but I do find it has the most family drama of the holidays in my case. Although last Christmas that might have been the winner that might have been the all time winter who've. Do the cooking which is very stressful. But I do enjoy a last year. For instance, my little brother announced he had become vegetarian the day before thanksgiving. No, he didn't. He did was he doing it just to spite you sure, I still ponder this to this day. That's why our recent episode on say John was appropriate because there was a last minute rush to find some. Oh, yeah. He could eat. And. For thanksgiving. We cook a Turkey and picking Turkey. I l- I've never heard of this. And I love it. Yeah. It's a smaller Turkey that you cook the night before and you just pick at it the fitting, I don't know if that's the thing. My uncle says, he invented it. But he's he's a known exaggerating. So I'm not sure listeners right in about that we have ham corn bread dressing sweet potato casserole without marshmallows. And this is the one that goes, I this is the dish that is gone. And it has been a source of many scandals in my family hiding of Tupperware's finding of Tupperware leaving of empty Tupperware's and the refrigerator, and then you go to get some. And you're so exciting thing passive aggressive notes. Oh, man. Okay deal. They keep campaigning for me to make two. It's not gonna happen. Homemade cranberry sauce gravy rice green beans Chaka pie. Andrew routine pie mixed up every year. So it's a it's a lot of food..

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03:27 min | 3 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"And welcome to save her. I'm and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb and today, we're talking about say Thanh. Yes. Satan, not say ten let Satan, no different thing. Very different probably not vegetarian that second one. I don't think. So. But you never know you never know. No, we're talking to you about Satan, which is flavored wheat gluten sometimes called a gluten gluten reproaching or wheat meet. It's tofurkey slices. Yes. Yes. But. Really, though is it. Okay. Satan is a protein product created using wheat? Gluten gluten is the primary protein wheat. It's stretchy and sort of Linke and the texture of Satan is well, it's a it's a lot like meat maybe more so than other meat alternatives. It has a sort of fibrous chew. That reminds me a lot of chicken, or at least a chicken nugget actual chicken and you make Satan by a first coaxing the gluten out of wheat flour. And then by encouraging that gluten to lock up just right to give you a nice chewy texture to get the gluten out you make a sort of dough of flour and water. And then soak a need it with a more water like a lot more water. Gluten is not water soluble. So it will stay put in your sort of dough. But the starches that make up the rest of wheat flour are totally water soluble so they will eventually wash out you're then left with gluten and okay glue. Eaten is made up of two types of protein molecules gluten and bleed ins, plus a smattering of a few other compounds like Sistine, which is an amino acid and all right under normal circumstances. Gluten is a sort of gel like suspension of this stuff, and maybe some molecules of water, but, but when you mess with it, both physically mixing or kneading, the gluten and also chemically changing it's ph by adding stuff like vinegar or baking soda, those Sistine will make the gluten molecules link up the gladdens are smaller, and we'll get trapped in these like cross linked matrices of gluten molecules like a, okay, imagine imagine you have a few strands of giant Christmas lights. Oh, I do like. Like like the bulbs are like the size of normal lamp bulbs. Okay. And these strands are just super tangled up don't know as they do. And for some reason you and all your wisdom decided store a bunch of biddy little like pinky sized globe ornaments in the same box as these strands of Christmas lights. And so when you take this mass of tangled lights out of the box, all of these little ornaments come with it trapped in the little like pockets made up by the twisted cords at my mom puts you up to this. Gets a lot of work taking down the decorations at the end of the year. Mom. No shame. No shame. Okay. Okay. Does this imagine that you can eat it? Oh, does that make better than I don't don't tangle them? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. That's sit-on. Cool. Guilt free. You can also make it at home. It is notoriously difficult to get the texture. Right. But yes, you can totally work your own gluten out of flour. Or by wheat, gluten often called vital wheat gluten in stores and use it to make your own Satan..

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"This one is old man Weldon add old man Weldon will weld, and I think his name is producer, Anna Hosea shared with me at tweet where he showed that screen cap where it says radical new democratic ideas, and it has the four pictures of the four politicians, and they all just have like these like beautiful welcoming like authentic smiles on their raises. And he says a nightmarish vision of a future run by women with worm smiles and division for a better life for us. All. Exactly, what is communicated. It's just like, right? It's just like these warm. Happy people being like you want to pay for your college. And for your health, right? I want you to feel better. Yeah. I like to help the planet. They had to make sure that that Ilhan Omar's from Minnesota's fifth district. Muslim woman was in there to know what's going on here guys. We know what's going on here actually like kudos to fucks news never said that. But for using using those photos because more from the not they would they use like the ones where like they have like crazy is yet unflattering screaming. Yeah. Makes them look like I want to give you health care. Right. Yes. But they chose not to so good for them this healthcare. You're going to believe these kind. I'd people who sincerity even communicates through a photo. How can I don't know? Radical. You're going to believe these women were 'em or Sean Hannity who trains an. That you can find us on Twitter at Daly's were on Instagram at Daly's, we have Facebook Campsie website, gays knees. I coast our episodes and our foot though for north off the information about today's episode as well as the song, we ride out on miles gonna be this is from guitarist Mansour Brown's was like a jazz do modern, dude. And he's got a track called she'd. Japanese the adjective form of Sheetal just for all EU Japan phones out there. That's even the word. But this is like a cool track. Hip hop a little technical guitar playing some rhythm. So this is for you Mansour Brown. She really she I should say. All right. We're gonna ride out on that. We will be back tomorrow because it is a daily podcast. Hello. I'm Anne, and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb, and our show foodstuff all about these is history and culture food instinct is relaunching as saver along with our super producer dealing Fagin are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things we like to eat and drink. We will be talking to the culinary creators and eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like. And how we can find more of those things on our first trip. We went to Asheville North Carolina a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year economic depression with beer and feared new episodes will be coming out Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts..

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Could We Build A Real Gundam?

BrainStuff

06:51 min | 3 years ago

Could We Build A Real Gundam?

"Hello earth. Actually. Hello universe. Yeah. We are here to tell you that. In addition to Tuesdays and Thursdays when you can get your regular stuff. You should know episodes. Just as you always have the last ten thousand years await tenure seniors. We're now adding a whole new episode of a spin off show. That's really the same show. It's just a shorter episode. It's called short stuff. Yeah. We said, hey, sometimes we have topics that maybe aren't robust enough to fill out a full forty five minutes stuff. You shouldn't episode though. We don't want to shortchange these topics these people, and so let's just make them short. Get over here. Short stuff and Trump in our feet, right? Exactly. It's kind of like the Roper to our three's company. Yeah. Or it's kinda like after mash to mash exactly, although it's like neither one of those. We're regular links. This is shorter everybody. Yep. So you can go to apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Or just look for it in your feet every Wednesday from your friends. Josh chuck. Jerry at stuff, you should know shorter is sometimes better. Welcome to bring stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff on Lauren vocal bomb. And if science fiction has taught us anything it's that giant piloted robotic humanoids will eventually be essential to the protection of everything we hold dear invading Taiji from another dimension, sending the acres rubies from planet, doomed better assemble voltron, and as James Cameron's aliens, toughtested nine hundred eighty six even a non-combat next suit can make all the difference against an extraterrestrial threat. Another influential example is our x seventy eight dash to Gundem the titular piloted giant robot entered the world in nineteen seventy nine as part of Yoshiyuki Tomino mobile suit Gundem franchise, which remains popular today. But could we build our own Gundem's? The simple answer is. Yes. In fact, scientists have been tackling various aspects of the technology since at least the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries during that time both Russian and American inventors explored the possibility of mechanically enhanced excess skeletons to eight humans in various. Physical movements since that time we've continued to see X skeleton advancements aimed at injury rehabilitation space travel industrial labor, and yes, even military combat and okay power armor is nice and all, but it's hardly a giant robot that stomps around and punches monsters in the face. What about true towering meccas? Well, the answer here is also a yes. Within the field of robotics. We've seen tremendous achievements in the creation of remote control autonomous and semi autonomous machines today. Military drones haunt the skies over various global combat zones and space exploration probes have delivered wheeled Rovers to other worlds, we've even given our wheeled robots arms for tasks from bomb dispersal to Martian soil, sampling and deep sea exploration. But none of these mechanical minions boasts legs, even the humanoid robot developed by Nasr's Lyndon, B Johnson space center didn't acquire climbing legs until its second iteration for proper Gundem's. One day walked the planet will need proper robot legs and this to his featured into the work of various robotics programs. The most famous of these is Boston dynamics military funded Walker programs such as big dog and cheetah and not just because they inspired the killer robots in the black mirror episode metalhead because while aerial and nautical robots can get by just fine without a leg to stand on terrestrial, robots are a different matter. A wheels are great on the road and unobstructed landscapes but legs provide the most versatility for diverse. Environments true. We like structures only rarely occur in biology such as the bacterial Jehlum a structure found in such species as the bacterium e coli legs on the other hand are natural selections primary solution to terrestrial transportation. So it makes sense to copy evolution in this regard. And biomedical engineers have looked to all manner of leg arrangements for inspiration from humans to millipedes. But here's the catch led to me. Movement requires a great deal of programming complexity and power it made feel easy for most of us. But our minds and bodies are highly evolved for the task even fully piloted Gunda say one where it's movements are mapped on those of the pilot would require a tremendous amount of biometric engineering and semi autonomous units would require the dexterity and spatial awareness to avoid the pitfalls of for example, the ED two oh nine in RoboCop which stomped around on two feet, but was incapable of navigating stairs. But the mecca dream is strong while various robotics companies continue to develop the necessary technology. Fi fans also go at it alone. Functional mecca suits have strolled the Playa at burning man and paraded at various conventions and Japanese engineer Masaaki Nagumo built a working life size model of a gun Gundem in two thousand eighteen the mecca dubbed L W Mona no FU stands twenty eight feet tall. That's about eight point five meters and weighs seven point seven tons or about. Seven metric tons. It's too. Big to leave the factory space that it calls home. But Ngubane rinse it and other meccas out for a little under a thousand bucks an hour. It's not protecting the world from alien attacks. But it's quite a hit for kids birthday parties. Though, one note here if alliens or giant monsters do attack well meccas might not be the best option. Anyway, as was pointed out in the magazine, popular mechanics, the acres from the Pacific rim films are entirely outclassed by existing aerial bombers and attack helicopters. Today's episode was written by Robert lamb and produced by Tyler clang. It was also suggested to us by Lucas twelve years of age from on -tario Canada. Lucas we hope that answer was satisfactory exemplary listeners if you have a question you'd like us to answer send it to us. You can Email us at brain stuff at how stuff works dot com or find us on social media by searching, brain stuff on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, and of course, for more on this and lots of other mechanically advanced, topics. 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"laurin vogel" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Residents of Wilmington fled some of them hiding in graveyards or being sheltered by sympathetic white neighbors, the death toll in all of this is unclear estimates are as high as a hundred black citizens killed with many more injured. A few white men were injured one critically. None of them were killed. This had a huge effect on Wilmington and on North Carolina. Many of the black population of Wilmington moved. Elsewhere Democrats retook both Wilmington and the state legislature. And then had single party control of North Carolina. For decades, you can learn a whole lot more about this. In the stuff you missed in history. Class episodes on the Wilmington coup of eighteen ninety eight those are from January fifteenth and seventeenth twenty eighteen. Thanks very much to Casey pilgrim in Chandler, Maine's for their audio work on this show. You can subscribe to the stay in history class on apple podcasts, Google podcasts and wherever else get your pod. Casts, and you can tune in tomorrow for the end of a war. Hello. I'm an area, and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb, and our show foodstuff all about these islands history and culture food entering is relaunching as saver re along with our super producer, dealing Fagin are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things we like to eat and drink. We will be talking to the culinary creators and eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like. And how we can find more of those things on her first trip. We went to Asheville North Carolina a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year, economic depression with beer and food. New episodes will be coming out Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts.

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Would Cannibalism Have Been Calorically Worthwhile?

BrainStuff

04:15 min | 3 years ago

Would Cannibalism Have Been Calorically Worthwhile?

"Hello. I'm Anna Faris, and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb, and our show foodstuff all about these ci- history and culture food entering is relaunching as saver re along with our super producer Dilling Fagin are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things we like to eat and drink. We will be talking to the culinary creators and eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like. And how we can find more of those things on our first trip. We went to Asheville North Carolina a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year, economic depression with beer and food. New episodes will be coming out Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts. Welcome to bring stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff. I'm more in vocal bomb, and you've likely heard of Palio diet, the trendy regimens name is short for paleolithic and supposedly mimics the nutrition of ancient humans who lived about ten thousand years ago, cave, people eight meats, seafoods nuts and a few fruits and vegetables. Oh, and one other food source that doesn't show up on today's protein focused food, blogs other people archaeologists in western Europe have evidence that the precursors to modern humans eight their neighbors during the paleo ethic era. Most experts though have debated whether cannibalism was essential for the survival of these hominids, or whether it was part of ritualistic ceremonies to be classified as nutritional cannibalism, the people that paleolithic clans eight needed to be well nutritious. So just how many calories are in thi- or an ear. Archaeologist James Cole of the university of Brighton in England decided to find out Bing of the diagrams of cattle and pigs that illustrate. Different cuts of meat Cole mapped out the human body, then determined caloric count within each segment showing how much energy they would transfer. If consumed the results were published in the journal scientific reports a thi-, for instance, contains a hefty thirteen thousand three hundred fifty calories while the spleen is a modest one hundred and thirty overall the average human body has anywhere from one hundred twenty five thousand to one hundred and forty four thousand consumable calories. Some parts may take longer to digest you'll rack up ten thousand two hundred eighty calories from humans going alone. While others are snack size like the kidneys and contain about three hundred and eighty calories. The brain spinal cord and nerves were thinking Stu would be the most appropriate cooking method. Here will provide you with two thousand seven hundred calories and the bones contain about twenty five thousand bone. Broth is so untrendy right now after all despite all this talk of ancient eating habits coal concluded that other humans were probably not a nutritive meal of choice compared to competing. Available food sources one single willy mammoth, for example, containing a whopping three point six million calories would have given an entire tribe food for about eight weeks a human on the other hand would have provided enough calories for tribe to subside for only half a day, leaving everyone to wonder what's for dinner after just a few hours. Cole concludes that because of the relatively meagre calorie counts of the human body people. Eight other people for social or cultural reasons not for their health. So modern paleo dieters can breathe a sigh of relief there. Recipe. Books should continue to skip this particular ingredient. Stays episode was written by Lori L dove and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other food for thought topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hello. I'm Anna, and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb, and our show foodstuff all about these signs history and culture food entering is relaunching as saver re along with our super producer, dealing Fagin are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things we like to eat and drink. We will be talking to the culinary creators and eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we liked and how we can find more of those things on our first trip. We went to Asheville North Carolina a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year, economic depression with beer and food. New episodes will be coming out Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts.

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"If you could see inside it, you would learn something really deep about the way, gravity works and quantum mechanics. And how they're connected is like, you know, ten Nobel prizes where the stuff hiding inside a black hole, maybe even an actual Nobel prize. So that's the answer to the question. What's inside? A black hole is fame and fortune a trick to Stockholm. So what would happen if you try to get near a black hole? Okay. Well, this is something you have to understand, which is some color tidal force and. Best understand it. Maybe think about what happens when things get near the sun, for example. So one of my favorite examples came in nineteen seven when this comet came into our solar system and approach really close to the sun. It's called comet shoemaker Levy is that the one that almost missed you bitter. That's the one that slammed right early. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. It was pretty awesome to watch cosmic collisions. But before got their got torn apart by tidal forces shred it. Yeah. Got shredded. And so you're near black hole or you're near the sun or something then your head and your feet are not the same distance from the sun and because gravity depends on the distance. So you like head will be pulled in with greater force than your feet if your head or closer than your feet than. Yeah. The be a stronger force in your head than there is right. And effectively that means it's tearing you apart. But the difference would be greater than the forces holding me together. Exactly. Like, right. Now, you are sitting on the earth. And there is a greater force on the on your feet, then there's on your head. So whatever part of your body is on the floor. Right now is feeling a stronger gravitational force in whatever part is elevated right because it's further from the center of the earth, right right falls like one of distance squared. So that's that's a pretty big factor. But the difference is not enough to overcome the forces. That are holding me together. That's right. You're saying near a black hole. There was differences are so huge. She would actually shred your part. Yeah. Exactly. Like that comet that came into the solar system got shredded Jupiter by the sun. If you got to close to a black hole, you would get torn apart before you got anywhere near it. So it's in my view, it's impossible to get very close to a black hole, unless you're credibly strongly you need to build an object with really really tight bonds. Right. The things that are holding me together the electromagnetic bonds between the atoms in my body and gravity's constantly tugging on those. If I'm near the earth near the sun, right sucking on those, but you know, not so hard, and and we're we've. All to be strong enough to to not be shredded by the earth. But not strong enough to be to not be shredded by black hole. Right. So basically, we never be able to like goodbye, coal and the inside right? It's hard to imagine and hate to say never ever because he prescribes future generations intelligence, and there's probably some genius out there as clever idea for how to do it. It's not the radically impossible to be near black hole is just practically very difficult. Okay. Makes it, you know, pretty tough engineering problem. So we know black holes are out there. We know they're mysterious. We know they contain some deep dark secret. We don't think they contain the anti universe. I don't believe they contain where moles know, I don't know that I'm believe they contain worms or anything else you'd but I would love to get to know what's inside of black hole. Enter but visiting one or seeing one or getting too close to one and getting shredded desperately want to know what's inside a black hole. Maiming tied will find my marbles lost for sure. All right. Thanks, everyone for listening to Daniel and horrid explain the universe. Thanks for listening. We would cover send it to us. We'd love to hear from you. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at Daniel and Hori one word or Email us to feed that at Daniel and hor, hey dot com. Hello, I'm angry, and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb, and our show foodstuff all about these history and culture food entering is relaunching as saver we

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Famous Christmas tradition, we all know love and sing carols about blessing all the this, the babies. And what about the babies that were blessed last Christmas to see? Bless them again. They're not babies anymore. You don't bless toddlers, of course. Oh, that ever hear the song blessed the toddlers. It's that's more of a like a jig, but he's but he's the total the total, but he's got three hundred sixty five days worth of babies since last Christmas to. Plus I have a friend hopping who's younger brother sort of. Shiftless wandering the earth listening to the Grateful Dead smoking pot didn't know what to do with himself, and he went to Israel, their Jewish and became radical, not radicalized, became religious fide on his trip back to Israel. That's what they do there. That's that's how they get you. That's how they get you. It's just like the Mormons that stand out in front of the tabernacle and say, are you Mormon? Would you like to if it was like we would be offering everybody a free trip to Utah, and then once once you get there, you're like, you know, you could be a pioneer to now I have. I have just enough, you know, with my beard and my kind of under bite, often mistaken for for Jewish boy, when I go to New York, I didn't know that was the thing. It happens. Quit have long anti semitic, you on life now a beard and underwrite. So when I walked through Williamsburg, especially ten years ago when there was when it was really popular. The orthodox men there to stand on street corners and grab every guy that they thought was Jewish and say, are you Jewish? What are you doing with your life? I would get grabbed all the time grabbed by the lapels ch- you know, like come to temple. You don't look US enough for me to grab by the lapels. Well, not to you. You look pretty good John. Well, I do when you look at me through your going goggles, going on. You look like Robert Redford in the way we were compared to, but if you, but the thing is there are a lot of blonde Jews from Poland and Russia and so forth her anyway, my friend's brother came back and decided to become a rabbi, and this was his calling. Now he was not what you would he. He had not excelled in school. Let's say he had. He did not feel the calling to become a rabbi from a young age. He was not a scholar and is that a thing? Can you can you have and be a dumb rabbi? Well, so he became a rabbi, but not a scholarly one. And as you just suggested, right, we have an idea that rabbis are all very scholarly, that their culture is very intellectual. Sure, long Talmudic discussions about details of doctrine, fine points of the Torah. But like in all religions, there need to be quite a few rabbis that just administer last rites and just go into the like all the rabbi. In the army who are just there to like do the job. Right? And so my friend's brother became a rabbi and now is like the inhouse rabbi at a Jewish retirement community, and he just he has a job, right? It's like a nine to five, but as as a man of the cloth. And is at the bottom of the pecking order, like retirement center rabbi? No, I think you know, I think it's one of those things when a good job comes up, like he'll tell he'll make his way their in house rabbi at dollywood. On on call uncool rabbi. He's got a little hut. Kinda that he sits in is like anytime somebody walks by like me, he's like, hey, you don't need last rites by any chance. I mean today, it would probably just be something like middle management, right? But even that doesn't exist in the same way, middle management jobs are people are are fighting each other for them. You don't get anywhere. I'm not saying it's gonna get handed to you on a silver platter John. Well, but that's what joining the Scottish clergy probably was. I mean, you had no, no the bible, but it was the only book they had from Jan Austin. I get the impression you just had to be kind of Prissy. Yeah, right. And maybe annoy local women. If you were single, that's like the only requirement. Hello, I'm and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb..

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Hello. I'm Anna Faris and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb and our show foodstuff all about these ci- history and culture. Food entering is relaunching as saver re along with our super producer Dilling Fagin are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things we like to eat and drink. We will be talking to the culinary creators and eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like and how we can find more of those things. On our first trip, we went to Asheville North Carolina, a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year economic depression with beer and food. New episodes will be coming out Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts from UFO's to psychic powers into government conspiracies. History is riddled with unexplained events. You can turn back now or learn the stuff. They don't want you to know. Hello, welcome back to the show. My name is Matt and my name is known. They call me Ben. We're joined with our returning guests super producer, Casey pepper. Most importantly, you are you. You are here that makes this stuff. They don't want you to know today. We are diving into something that many of you and your fellow conspiracy realists have asked us to do for a number of years. We're touching on the concepts of conspiracy and music as correct, and music industry is cutthroat. It's brutal. It's often described as a zero sum game, but wait, Matt knoll. Ben, you might be saying, none of you are kings of a music empire in Desario is if you will, we're not even really that cultured, right? So as you know, on this show the best way to get closest to the truth is to go to a primary source. And luckily with a three see happening this weekend, we were able to get one of the primary sources for the music industry as a whole, yeah, somebody who has been at the top of his game for a long long time within this industry and it gets the best way to introduce the person were interviewing today would be through just a little bit of background Norwood ju- do the honors? Yes. Today we interview a guy who I was not intensely familiar with by name alone. Name is James prince or j. prince. But when you start digging into his legacy and his his past as a music mogul and trendsetter and just all around forward thinking guy, you realize that he laid some of the groundwork for many of the hip hop record labels that we know today, especially from the nineties in early two thousand cash money records, no limit records these kind of singular forces of owned and op. Rated independent hip hop record labels that then we're able to connect up with majors or at least major distribution companies in a way that they were still able to set the tone in the rules. But they used the parts that they needed from the bigger players without totally kowtowing to their every women desire, like we know can be such a problem with big record labels. And we talk a lot about that with Mr. prince, but he founded a label called rap. A lot records in nineteen hundred five. And the first album was dropped in eighty seven. That's right. And he did this when he was at the time working at a used car lot that he owned and operated and he did it to get his brother who was rapper, went by the name rap a lot to get into keep him from becoming a victim of the situation that they lived in Houston, Texas in a neighborhood called the fifth ward. Yes, he talks a lot about that. And so he kind of assembled a group called the ghetto boys. The most famous of their tracks that I'm aware of. I showing my age and my squareness, but is is damn, it feels good to be a gangster with prominently saw huge song, but also prominently featured an amazing scene in the movie office space. He also he also managed Devin. The dude, yeah. If you're if you're a fan of that, he is a great song called, then I got high, actually, Devin. The dude has a bunch of Tra. I go listen to him after this interview. I think that's an excellent way to show the context because one of the most important things is he did this by himself. Yeah, right. He did his by himself. He was always kind of hustling in investing and looking for ways to make a buck and in doing that, and then all of these various endeavors throughout his life, not to mention the fact that he was a very successful and continues.

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"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"laurin vogel" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Hey, everyone. I'm Dani Fernandez if you wanna way, and we are the host of the podcast nerd if isn't where we tackle all things nerdy like twitch, Comecon, east sports, VR collecting comics and why should you do it? Yeah. Have you ever wondered how did come congress? Started what it is now or what is VR and why is everyone using it for porn? Check out our podcast narrative isn't and make sure you catch that on apple podcasts, and wherever else you get your podcast narrative isn't on how stuff works now worth by. Hello and welcome to food Steph. I'm an Aries and I'm Laurin Vogel Bob and no your eyes do not deceive you or ears. The case may be. This is a special bonus episode. It is. It's a food stuff. I, I have two things. I want to confess if we can get a little personal here, a second sheriff shirt. I trust you. I, I think so. Okay. One. I'm very self conscious about my name. You are. Yeah. So every time when we do the intro, it's it's a battle for me to say your name. But it's a good name. Has a good rhythm to it. Thank you, sorta roll. I mean, you know, it's because it's spelled differently. Oh, so my whole life people have at like asked, are you sure? Yeah. So I I sort of say it with a question. Okay, I'm working on it. The second thing is, okay. I have a background in like editing video production, and you have more background in like writing sheriff, kind of editing. Therefore, when you listen to this special special bonus content, you're going to hear a lot more of Lord asking question. Oh, and a lot more me laughing awkwardly in the background. Oh, no, I don't think. I mean, I guess that is sort of how it how it played out, isn't it? When we look behind the scenes. Okay. So this is going to be the continuation of our salt. Yet your view with a beautiful briny sea owner and salt expert, lovely human being lovely human being Suzy, Sheffield. Oh, and we wanted to mention that this episode was not sponsored by beautiful briny sea. We just dig their work and so we wanted to talk with them. Yeah. And when we're when we're out in the field for frequently, I'm the one who's kind of drafted the questions that I'm the one who kind of asks most of the questions right up until I get to a point where I get this blank look at my face and my daring. Danny. With. I just I just go like. Pretty much. There's a lot of hand gestures that are happening. You can't see it's really good for radio. Thank you for sticking with us guys, but yeah. Yeah. So so at that point, anti kicks in and asks really brilliant things that. No, it's a great. It's a great relationship. Thank you. And we have our. I agree. I agree. We had our salt episode and there was just so much good content and interview, and we were indecisive and we couldn't decide what to cut it out, and we decided to just put it on a bonus episode. Yeah, and hopefully you guys will enjoy it as much as we did. We had a great time visiting and we're going to be back going to make our own our own salt blend. So excited about ideas what it should be going to try to combine Oliver episodes, but then we decided that'd be that'd be pretty chaotic and bad. So I could be our blend though. I don't know the chaotic and bat, chaotic and interesting. There you go. Chaotic. Interesting. That's linemen. Perfect. All right. So, yeah, so yeah, we're, we're going to get to the interview. All right. So so high who who are you see, Sheffield, my have a company called beautiful, Bernie. See in Atlanta's historic grant part. And you guys produce a whole bunch of salt blends and sugar blends and sprinkles and goods is the way I like to think of it. So I've always been involved in food at actually had a restaurant for seventeen years. And when I moved back to Atlanta, my my hometown. I didn't want to have a restaurant. And I tried to think of the most shelf stable venture where could still work with fresh ingredients in farmers and local markets. And so- salt seem to be a perfect, a perfect starting point, and it's actually become a pellet to me so way to kind of express things in vote flavors that I want or create items that kind of a story. So I'm like flatly, salt, overwhelmed right now we're, we're sitting here in front of a spread of it. Looks like you've got four salt blends and I can't count six types sits we bring in. It's sort of like a laboratory back there, any any type of salt. Anything that I read about anything that I find, we just kind of bring it in figure out it's like where it hits on a salt scale. And then what it's finishes so, but we use the salt that I use them all of our blends. It's an Atlantic Ocean, salt waters, harvest. Added off the coast of Brazil. It's solar evaporated, and I like it. 'cause it's slightly salt forward, but it has an immaculately clean finish. So it just picks up anything you blend with it. So.

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