35 Burst results for "Mediterranean Mediterranean"
Kathie Lee Gifford Explains the Problems With the King James Bible
"To Kathie Lee Gifford. She just threw shade at King James. Yes. You know the King James that persecuted the Puritans that came here for religious freedom. That bum, remember, but we say, oh, King James Bible. Kathie Lee, you were just saying that the King James Bible, which was written by 12 committees that it's got some problems. First of all, the people who were transposing it transcribing it, whatever you want to call it from the original Greek and the original Hebrew, had never been to Israel. And so they had no geopolitical or cultural contrasts. You know, it's context. So they said they said, no, I know there are many things that are in the King James that you read it, and you think this feels like 16 O 5, England. Yes, first of all, Jesus did not speak the king's English. Jesus spoke Aramaic Jesus and he spoke Greek. And probably a little bit more because this was a trading post. The villa Morris, the road of the sea, along the Mediterranean, getting ahead of myself too fast Cathy's too fast. Was a major trade route to the north south and down to Africa and north to turkey, and on Asia. And so lots of people came through there. And now the worst thing is that everybody thinks Jesus was had been a Carpenter. Because that's what it says in the king's name. But he was a tekton, which is different. He was a builder. He was a builder. And back then, the only thing you could build with really build with was stone. Jesus was a stone
Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955
"Show and we're talking about how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims, the book is titled the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it, the prequel to America's freedom of the author, William Federer on the line. Bill, you were talking about really, it's just amazing to me. If you don't mind backtracking a little bit, because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me put the needle back on the record. Right. Well, the idea is that Muslims are invading Europe surrounding Vienna, 1529. The reformation started in 1517 and now we got this internal and external disruption of Europe. The older Roman Emperor, Charles V of Spain, he has the biggest empire on Planet Earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son, king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world to fit on his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with his double dilemma, reformation out inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the protestants. It's called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I speak a little German and that's a fun number. It's own 1400 proven folks. 55. That's the first treaty ever to recognize protestants and in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's cool ratio to religio, which means whose is The Rain? Is a religion? So in other words, look Protestant king, believe it ever you want in your kingdom. Let's just work together against these Muslims who are invading Europe because they sort of want to kill us all. Well, this started a domino effect in the next century where different kings fully different things. And Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland Calvin and Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican Holland Dutch reform. And of course, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, remained
Author William Federer Describes 'The Treacherous World of the 16th Century'
"William Federer has written a book called the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it which its effectively the prequel to America's freedom, William Federer, welcome to the program. Great to be with you. Hey, I mean, the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it. Most of us know so little about the 16th century. We don't think of it as treacherous or non treacherous. What are we talking about here? What is that what is it that got you to write this book? You've written so many books on history. It's a joy to talk to you on any historical subject. But I love it when you come out with a book like this, because you really have done your homework and we get to benefit. What is it that why do you call it the prequel to America's freedom? What did they leave? Well, Europe was ruled by kings and it was being invaded by the sultan of Turkey. The Ottoman sultan Suleiman the Magnificent he was surrounding Vienna. So backdrop, the Muslims conquered all of North Africa, which used to be Christian. There were 250 Catholic diocese along North Africa. Muslims invaded Spain and held it for 700 years and they were just driven out in 1492. So just a couple of years earlier, the Muslims had controlled Egypt for 600 years. It had been founded by the Christian face Mark that wrote the gospel of Matthew Mark Luke and John. And then Siri was completely Christian for 6 centuries of angiotensin by the apostle Paul until Khalid Omar conquers it. And the Turks convert to Islam and they invaded to what is today Turkey and all 7 churches mentioned in the book of revelation are wiped out and then they finally cross the Bosporus and conquer Constantinople in 1453 and then finally they're invading Europe and surrounding Vienna Austria the year 1529. So here we have an Islamic invasion into Europe and just a couple of years earlier the reformation started 1517 with Martin Luther. And so Europe has an inside outside chaos going on and the Holy Roman Emperor is the king of Spain. Charles V now the title Holy Roman Emperor means he's sort of responsible for defending Christendom. And so here he is wanting to defend against the Islamic invasion. At the same time, he is inherited all the new world, right? Columbus discovered it for Ferdinand Isabella. And so he's taking the gold from the new world to fit out his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean
Pope: Don't send migrants back to Libya and 'inhumane' camps
"Pope Francis has made a plea to the international community to stop the practice of returning migrants rescued at seats in Libya and other unsafe countries or don't know what the police told his truck I would use it to scrap that human race in the microwave yes and his backline Francis went on to ask the international community find a common concrete and lasting solutions to manage the flow of migrants and IBM across the Mediterranean the pope said those was sent back to Libya are exposed to inhumane violence in detention facility similar to concentration camps the U. N. human rights organizations have condemned the detention centers citing practices of beatings rape and other forms of torture and insufficient food hi
Volunteers in the sky watch over migrant rescues by sea
"The German non governmental organization is monitoring migrant rescue operations from the yeah as authorities from nearby European countries have become increasingly reluctant to help twenty years on the twin engines and that crew members since nineteen of the microstates owned by NGOs see what's the apple creek document human rights violations committed against migrants at sea the team also relate to stress cases to nearby ships and authorities who have increasingly ignored that please nearly twenty three thousand people have died or gone missing in the Mediterranean trying to reach Europe since twenty fourteen according to the U. N.'s migration agency Phoenix Weiss head of C. which is ample enough rations is concerned that the apathy from neighboring European countries might turn into these just shifting all the competence to the Libyan actors who are not able to to search and rescue in general I'm Karen Thomas
Wonder of the Seas to Debut in US and Europe, Not China
"Royal caribbean has announced that. Its upcoming mega ship. Wonder of the seas will no longer be debuting. In shanghai china the oasis class vessel will now make her first. Voyages in the caribbean starting in march wonder will operate seven seven night. Eastern and western caribbean sailings from port everglades. All featuring a stop at perfect day in may the ship will then head to europe to operate. Seven-night western mediterranean cruises. Wonder of the seas is royals fifth oasis class vessel and is currently the largest cruise ship in the world
Off the Spice Rack: The History of Salt
"Okay. So the history of salt is fairly simple. Animals war paths to salt licks men followed trails became roads and settlements group aside them legit beside the salt licks. Yeah cassette beside the roads yet. Getting to the on these are these. Are these salt route so eventually and this is exactly what you just spoke about. Eventually the human menu shifted from salt rich game two serials. Like when crop started growing ray and some more salt was needed to supplement the diet when humans started eating more cereals. Okay so but cereals that you hate right. The modern day cereal grains barley right. Yeah those are considered cereals in times. Yes yeah i'm still. Yeah not not cereal boxes. Not fruit loops. Now that's when everything went downhill. The demise mandy but the underground the underground deposits started to become further away from the settlements and scarcity kept the mineral precious so as civilization spread. Salt became one of the world's principal trading commodities routes to the salt reservoirs. And i'm like showing you reservoir picture if you will of a slot reservoir leading to that reservoir. These routes crossed and trade centers crisscrossed the globe. One of the most traveled lead from morocco south across the sahara and timbuktu just a super famous spot to gather. You feel like that's the furthest point ever. I know yeah. This ships bearing salt from egypt to greece travel. The mediterranean and the aegean sea venice's wealth centuries ago was attributable to salt which venetians traded with constantinople spices when in in twelve ninety five marco polo delighted with tales of the value of salt coins. Bearing the seal of the grant genghis khan
The Historical Importance of Singapore Ports
"In modern times. Singapore wasyl is a global poll handing everything from kogo to passengers. What singapore all of his historical importance to the languages. If so when did it become so or was a focused mostly on trade slash kaga. That is a great question and it's not an easy question I mean this is relatively simple straightforward answer But it's one that requires a little bit of context as well. So singapore Was is as alex says very important port and nowadays will up until pre covert you know we kind of saw as a portrait world cruise ships would pull into There was obviously local crazy. There's been local cruising resuming in singapore with with dream cruises not something but You know historically the line. Voyages in the end the passenger ships that used to operate in this part of the world weren't just passenger ships. They were cargo carriers as well. So the the linas. This isn't an arab with thinking about the era prior to the nineteen fifties before jets before containerization of congo. The ocean liners used to be the primary mode of Of of large-scale cargo transportation. Along with things called tramp steamers which you'll see us to carry basically just goes and then i had combination line as well which was small compliments passages and large complement of cargo but the majority of the cargo travelled by ships that also traveling with passengers and in many cases the males as well because that Postal service was the the the subsidies where the backbone of the shipping lines in the early in the early days all the way up until the age of the jet so for singapore It it was an important port for multiple reasons kogo and and Mayo notwithstanding also for passengers because the singapore obviously with at that time was part of the british empire And so britain had connections into into singapore and for example would operate into singapore And also into other major asian ports from their hub in In the gulf of suez and then later when the suez canal was cut through they they obviously do the direct voyages that would go through from the mediterranean under originate in great britain.
"mediterranean " Discussed on Two Friends Talk History
"-tising them where nuancing them and looking for ways to attribute more agency to the individuals and the why they're building and actually put it back into its historical lineage in its historical context as you did for your studies to bring this around to the concluding section which normally is so what following on the discussion about why. It's important to talk about the agency that went into building these structures that we've kind of touched on today. I think one of the things. I want to ask with that is. Why is it important for us to may be dissenter. Rome or think. About the relationship of periphery center differently within this kind of globalized environment. Like how does that help us in the modern world. I think it's very important with regards to you today. Recent conversations we had about what just in general society we've had about representation and equal fair share representation. And i know that's a very broad concept but it doesn't just mean in the modern period so a lot of historical and archaeological studies are now you have things like feminist archaeology and quaeda archaeology to ask questions. That have not been awful. Study of classics has been going on. For what three hundred plus years so. We need to change the way and bring in modern perspectives. We need to be careful when dealing with things like that. Don't make the to anachronistic. So we don't apply month perspective on ancient cultures that it is important to understand that certain cultures different insect ways that steps fine but we do need to remember that certain groups of people in the ancient world perhaps not being represented in scholarship as much as they could be and so that is envy examined so you get people that just study the life of the slave in the ancient world. And that's the thing that's a really important part of. I recently did a presentation on classical reception and reception studies and one of the things it reminded me of is how few voices got to determine what the field of classics looked like and how few voices decided what..
"mediterranean " Discussed on Two Friends Talk History
"Of syrian artistic forms or egyptian ones. Or you know greek ones. And that's to me. I think one of the really interesting parts of this connectivity. Yeah i think an important thing to remember especially with regards to royal or elite. Political projections is not. If symbols of being incorporated that are not necessarily central to cultures Perhaps have influenced from other cultures. Were greek rejection. If you are incorporating them into your own personal monument you have taken control of that symbol so it might even be deceived as a political power. Move to say well. Here is a roman column. But it's in my scenery monument. They have taken control of this symbol. I understand it's not projected so it could be used as taking ownership of it and and using it ineffective way so it's not just saying i'm sticking a column warm sticking a griffin to the ottoman even it saying i understand it understand what it's doing it's making me look more powerful because i was control of the essentially foreign symbol. That's a really interesting point. I think it brings us back to the topic of emulation and reproduction. In the hellenistic period of the roman period if rulers king chose to make their monuments with aspects of different cultures within that sphere of interaction that they were doing it. Because necessarily somebody else did it. Although of course influences important like but it's a to a street and it also is not the entire reason anybody does anything and do we sort of talked about. There's a lot of complex reasons and complex audiences that everything needed to consider. And i think we might forget as people living in the modern period the cost of things because we have so much like we are in a period of abundance. That has literally never occurred in the history of the world. So it's important to consider. It would be out of many people's realm of possibility to buy a small bronze figuring full. Stop if somebody chose to have something made or just bought something ready made and then dedicated in whatever context..
"mediterranean " Discussed on Two Friends Talk History
"Proliferation and integration of shared. Visual language is done through globalization theory. Model now this theory was used by scholars and economics. To explore the ways in which the modern world experience activity through a common market economic integration. And a time space compression and it refers to the growing breadth and concentration of connections between lands locations increased technologies of transportation and communication. These are all starting to sound like very familiar. Concept in the roman empire and people even argue in the hellenistic period and periods before. So it's a little easier to point to it in the roman empire. I think because there was a an imperial level apparatus at work organizing things like communication transport in a methodical way. So these ideas have been applied quite successfully to the study of the roman emperor through this overarching. Theoretical construct scholars like tomorrow's have written about how this approach allows us to move outside of a european western centric perspective it allows for complicated narrative histories of different locations to all simultaneously exist within a larger process. That's happening i think. One of the most useful things about globalization thinking is that it accounts for an and allows for an symmetry of pace and impact. It gives you a space to talk about developing shared practices growing awareness of cultural differences. And when those those differences become beacons of local identity yes certainly within globalization theory just to sort of wrap up you go through a process where some cultural product becomes created in one location. It gets homogenised. He gets spread to other locations. It then gets re grounded into that new location and imbued with new meaning. Yes i think is very well put. And it is within that framework that more and more cultural interaction is being studied and understood. I think that somebody needs to remember is win. Cultures are interacting with each other ancient models. There's a sense of avoiding reinventing the wheel If a symbolic language is used at becomes so well established like well. What is the point of reengineering creating new something..
"mediterranean " Discussed on Two Friends Talk History
"That's the things humans create is the material culture that you and i study in nuts carbone's stone paintings clothing like literally anything. A human makes the material culture of that human society so by looking at those things you get a glimpse into the mind set into the ideas in the way that these people from antiquity understood themselves and where they stood in relation to things. None of my might have. I ever looked at something. A human created at any point in the roman empire thought. This clearly illustrates person saw there. The periphery of the roman empire. Like nobody does that. So there's this wild little limestone figure of horace wearing a roman military costume and it's in the british museum It's not on display. But i'm gonna include my instagram for everybody to get a good look at it so i just want you to picture a small stone. Carving of a seated figure in roman military dress with the head of a falcon has a sweetest little face. The eyes of human. And there's a whole for what would have been a crown and it's beautifully intricately carved with feathers being replicated in the scales of his military shirt below. So there's a bit of continuity between his egyptian top part and then his roman body and the little statuette dates between the first century ce to the third century see found in egypt. What's interesting about that is as we're talking about the cultural exchange ideas and how they manifest an art and small-scale objects like this are are really good. Example of a statement not made by king or conqueror or general end did so in egypt the egypt the romans conquered though had three hundred years before then of hellenic people who are ruling them and broaden their gods and their arts and their cultural interests because they were now living there and became mixed and further associated with egyptian deities to and sometimes they even created brand new gods like serapis who was a compound of oh cyrus and apps two very distinct god's in egypt but they get amalgamated into the body of like a silver fox kind of greek looking deity. Who is sort of a mix of zeus hades and scorpius So he's covering a lot of territories doing a lot of lifting and at the period of roman control of egypt. The ancient kingdom had been conquered and colonized many times by different cultures. So by the time the statue was created egypt have experienced many cycles of receiving new art new ideas and new languages by foreign colonizers that were integrated and explored and reimagined by the artists who were making material in egypt. And so this guy chorus is sean. In the dress of a roman soldier is likely alluding to the emperor..
"mediterranean " Discussed on Two Friends Talk History
"That is fitting into the grand scheme of things. And it's amazing. Once you start unraveling that threat just how far back you can go. That's so interesting. Because some of what i study is be greek and roman reception of egyptian material culture and greek and roman places. It doesn't start when they it. And then if even looking back into the deep history of egypt or deep histories period of the mediterranean these things were being traded they were being explored expressed also remixed by the context and is the phrases the long delay of history. Which is the amorphous. Just an incredibly long period of history of these interactions going on and there's no catalyst moments necessarily that you can point to because it is just humans have been trading and talking and sharing and replicating each other's ideas. And then you know remixing into something else for so long. I think this exists to the idea of a shared visual coin which is a shared visual language of the mediterranean so it sounds like a very complex term but really what it same as there is type the representations that happen all over the mediterranean. And it's hard to say when one started because they're showing up all over the place something like sphinxes are a good example because they're very prominent in mesopotamia art and architecture egyptians have them and then you get them in greek art and architecture and enrollment and this visual form is popular and it gets used by all these different cultures and it means different things to them but it still has a shared element that if somebody travelling from babylon or susa to his andrea and then to athens at all these points they could see spinks and notes is thinks and there's less complicated visual cues and forms like symbols that evoke sense of divinity or symbols that evoke ascents of kingship and those symbols get shared and used and changed and explored in different contexts. So i think the artistic representations as your same be needed to project either power or heidi. Because obviously you can't be king emperor or any of those things unless you have a very good relationship with whatever your divinity is and that you are seen to have a good relationship with that divinity and stewarding your empire properly and all these things and how you convey that not just to the subjects who live while you live but those in the future is through this monumental architecture and the use of these symbols that will be understood for quite a time. Yeah i think going back to what you were saying about the language. That is a very important part of interpreting Logical remains Civilizations way the written would is not as ubiquitous as it is with sort of greeks and romans is. This is their symbolic language. So the interpretation of it needs to be as unambiguous as possible. What you were saying. A language of power through and if that language of palate is a big use obscure irrelevance to too many people. It falls flat. You don't project pow if no one understands. That's what you're trying to project. So linking you monumental your temple own home or the code swick linking Representations and articulations. It needs to appeal to not only the powerful who you are trying to communicate directly that also to those who see you on day to day basis or see you on the back of a coin that they use yes. Actually that brings me to our interesting example to illustrate this visual language. And i guess firstly why. It's so important to drill down on. This is this type of communication works from anywhere. The center is wherever you imagine. It is really. He will think our context. Are you know remarkable or important or and the things. We create our reflective of our personal values. Societal values.
"mediterranean " Discussed on Two Friends Talk History
"Taken from new media raised in rome and he was exposed to karekin roman artistic flourishes but these things are actually already there too so he s he may be got like a huge dose of it while living in rome ultimately he did go back to rule his family's kingdom with a ptolemaic queen effectively as his consort who also was raised in household of octavian. So there's interesting global milan of things happening across the mediterranean. If you will so many interaction points that by the time he is creating his mausoleum for his own funeral monument or that of his wife. Of course these things are part of his way of expressing himself. What was interesting about what you said about emulation being contextual leagues careful term. We need to think about is. There's nothing about this monument or his agency and making it the way he has to me that says he's he's making it because augusta's made one in rome and that's why he's doing it. No this is. This is important to him. And how he is presenting himself and how he connects into the world around him in the mediterranean. So that's i think a really good example of what we're talking about here. Yeah and then he spring with that his frame of reference a very similar an older structure existed already at deepen further into geria- applicable back. Now that was what is traditionally linked to muslim..
"mediterranean " Discussed on Two Friends Talk History
"And definitely romanisation hellenization Westernization thursday the things that come up in. They are concepts that have been challenged in archaeological studies. So my understanding of some of what you're describing the is asian so the romanisation hellenization egyptianize ation westernization. Broadly speaking as implied is when one culture comes through center actions conquering trade communication. The things that are reflected back in those interactions have been viewed by scholars as hellenization. So when the greeks made settlements in southern italy and there is an element of hellenization. That has occurred there because the material culture starts to look a lot like what is being made in athens or corn as these are their colonies when rome in the second century starts taking over greek cities and basically dismantling remaining hellenistic empires. They're taking in tons and tons of greek material and then they start changing some architectural practices. They start integrating some of their temple. Styles to reflect. Greek norms They're still doing roman. Things are still doing latin traditional things but they have added that element of greek nece which scholars then said helen izing. Now when the romans apply that elsewhere when the romans takeover let's say part of britain and the material culture that's being created. There starts to look a bit roman like starts to have elements that are familiar from roman art. It then gets called romanisation but it's a very shorthand term which is useful in a lot of ways but also does a lot to hide and to simplify what's happening in those dialogues in the process of it's not just these people are colonized and therefore they change their art. There's a lot of choice about what you do with your art. Even if you're colonized so that's kind of the dialogue about the is asians restocking about. And what do you see as some of the problems of using a term like romanisation one of the problems and especially when you start disentangling. The influences going to making lincoln specific structure that you're looking at tampa who a politically important building or a monument. So in the in the numidian context or the in the north african context. You have a number of these royalties cold day. Kibera ramia which is a large conical. Circular monument fee think of the pyramids filter similar in that is largely solid structured Starring and then has a passageway leading down into a chamber relatively small compared to the absolute massive cise with tens of thousands of cubic nieces and this tiny chamber middle end with the As it is absolute magnitude is very striking structure sitting on top of the hill in algeria. Very close to the coast and the outside drum round the entire outside drum. They are these hof carlin's today purely decorative not supporting conan's support thing. There's not much space in between them at. They're just these off collins all the way round with capitals so immediate takeaway from that is linked to the castle cultures through roman insurrection..
"mediterranean " Discussed on Two Friends Talk History
"So thank you so much for coming. You know we've got so many weird adventures that we've actually gotten to go together. That touches on your archaeological expertise and i think what was one of our earliest fieldwork. Trips was the of man beers back. Excavating a world war two german internment camp or enjoyed that that was brilliant and we did some field schoolwork and clem. Which obviously. I've spoken about before in this podcast. You've been doing archaeological excavation in the united kingdom as well. So would you say that your background in fear of interests as they touched on academia where to do with archaeology or has it always been the case so when i started at stellenbosch university back I actually went into because they egyptology program so one semester does he could tell the g. on the east end second semester was greece in the romans and after that very first year i just started swayed toward smoke classical side the mediterranean size as i had done lack at school it was something i found a bit more natural to go clear and as i worked through the undergrad colson threes i did buy cassocks and ancient near eastern kind of mix them all together the grace and so that gave me quite a broadened perspective which have found has been very beneficial as i've moved for woods to the the masters degrees it's my i always had that sense of how that fits into much grander scale much wide Influence next defense to me. It wasn't just classics From a morita cultures. So everything that connected to the mediterranean and beyond. What's really interesting about. Your background is whether it was intentional or not having the near eastern context to also situate the reccomend. he's into. Did you a lot of favors. Yes certainly the way that my degree was structured which is very similar to the way sung the case that you choose specific modules. That don't necessarily need to have anything to do with each other. It just is what is being offered by academics that year..
California Governor Candidate Larry Elder's Message to Voters
"Larry Elder. Um, what is the message that you want to say to the people listening all over California? Obviously you've gone through the issues and so forth. But That they must turn out. They must turn out in large numbers. They can't leave it to other people to do the heavy lifting for them, right. Well, that's exactly right. Mark, you know. Are you happy? Forget about Larry Elder. Are you happy that for the very first time, people are leaving the state? Are you happy that the price of a home has just now hit $800,000? Are you happy stepping over homeless people? Are you happy about needles on Venice Beach? Are you happy about the crappy education People are getting K through 12 while spending $15,000 a pop. Per year per student. Are you happy with all of that? Well, if you are, then maybe you want to retain this guy. But if you're not, how about some change? How about some common sense? Are you happy that this state is running out of water? Israel is a desert country mark. We've got a little body of water next to them called the Mediterranean. They've been able to figure it out would be solid nation plants. We have a little body of water next to what's called the Pacific Ocean. And we can't figure this out. Are you happy with how severe these forest fires are? Are you happy that $30 billion was stolen from the employment Development Department money that was supposed to be for the unemployment for Californians money that was stolen, but people in prison filing for unemployment benefits and getting them people, criminals in Nigeria, filing for unemployment benefits and getting them $30 billion stolen. Are you happy with all of that? If you're not go to elect elder dot com And throw something in the tip jar because my opponent Mark can raise and spend an unlimited amount of money. And he's doing just that. From the usual suspects. The teachers union, the public sector unions, Hollywood big terror, So throw something in the tip jar. Make this a bit of a fair fight. If you're not happy with what's going on in California, which is why people are leaving the state taking their jobs with them.
What if All Food Was Square?
"Have you ever been eating dinner and thought this is great but i really wish my entree insides were all the same size and shape. Maybe identical rounded squares. Well square eat heard you and are here with a weekly meal delivery service. That's exactly that food in the form of identically sized rounded squares as the companies deck spread around the internet this week people had trouble figuring out if it was for real. But according to the company's chief marketing officer maria laura florez who spoke to the today show and the over one hundred fifty thousand dollars. They've raised in funding on. We funder it absolutely is quoting today. The miami based company squarely uses processes like low temperature cooking and thermal shocking to turn foods like chicken beef broccoli rice and more into precooked. Fifty gram square patties. The small squares are designed to be consumed in either four or six piece meals for piece meal boxes from sweet break chocolate pancakes to mediterranean. Ciba's asparagus in zucchini range in price. From five fifty to seven ninety nine wants delivered the squares stay fresh for two weeks or more and can be eaten cold or prepared in a variety of ways including sauteed in oil heir fried or warmed in the microwave and quotes and one of the big things that the company is trying to clear up. Is that these aren't meal replacements. The foods that make up the squares are the actual foods. The chicken is just chicken. Sweet potato is just sweet potato albeit they do come spiced but squaring insists there one hundred percent natural ingredients. It's just how they're prepared that thermal shocking process. That gives them their strange futuristic appearance but my biggest question is why i mean sure. It looks kinda cool. But what is the advantage of the square. As best as i can figure it out from reading several articles ranging from bewildered to scathing square. It says that the shape makes it easier to mass produce their gourmet techniques so that they can make high quality. Food more affordable.
The United Nations Intends to Remain in Afghanistan
"The delivery of lifesaving aid and medical supplies to millions of afghans must not be cut the u. n. health agency has said citing a threefold rise in the number of trauma cases according to the world health organization. Seventy the health facilities at support across afghanistan treated nearly fourteen thousand conflict related cases. Last month that compares with only four thousand and fifty seven cases senior a year ago sustained access to humanitarian assistance including essential. Health services and medical. Supplies is a critical lifeline. For millions of afghans must not be interrupted said dr amid madari the w eight show regional director for the eastern mediterranean the development comes as u n agencies repeated their commitment to stay and deliver assistance to those in need in afghanistan after the taliban secured the capital on sunday at a press conference in geneva. Un children's fund unicef said that eighteen million people in the country need aid assistance and one in three children is expected to be severely malnourished. This year his the agency's chief of filled operations and emergency mustapha. Ben massoud speaking from kabul on tuesday derek impacts office Inviting direct impact is civilian memorised. Children have seen injured in such a way that it's difficult to describe young children as young as ten month.
Greek Temperatures Soar to 45 Degrees Celsius
"Authorities in Greece have close to the iconic acropolis and all the engine sites during afternoon hours as a heat wave scorching the eastern Mediterranean worsens temperatures of which one of seven point six are in hiding parts of Athens as extreme weather fed by hotel from North Africa fuels deadly wildfires in Turkey and places in Greece Italy and across the region Greek authorities have described the heat wave as the most intense in more than thirty years now the acropolis is closing daily from midday to five PM the whole two styles the nation's electricity network is on the extreme pressure because of the increase in the number of people using air conditioning to ease the burden some coal fired power stations which is due to be phased out have been brought back into service I'm Charles de Ledesma
Panicked Tourists Evacuate as Wildfires Blaze Through Turkey
"Are forced to rush to the waterfront and wait for rescue boats after being urged to Vac evacuated Turkish resort town We get the very latest now from CBS is Adriana de Wildfires in Turkey are blamed for at least six deaths. Panicked tourists in the Aegean Sea resort of Bodrum had to flee hotels as a new fire erupted there. The Coast Guard asked private boats and yachts to help with evacuations. Almost 100 fires are burning across that region. Heat wave across southern Europe, fed by hot air from Africa has led to wildfires across the Mediterranean. Alright, we've
Could Bitcoin Be Palestine's Currency of Freedom? [A
"Bitcoin gives palestinians a powerful avenue for peaceful protest and the opportunity to find sovereignty among oppressive economic policies. One day last week. I spoke to a bitcoin user inside the gaza strip he asked to remain anonymous and go by the name of calm the arabic word for eagle as he took a large personal risk to talk to me. We spoke on telegram and had to time our call as uqaab only has a few hours of 'electricity per day for him. Our chat was in the middle of the night a palestinian friend. Help translate the call live as we spoke. It was hard to fathom what life was like on the other end of the line. Uqaab was talking to us from rafa a city in the southern part of gaza. A war zone only a few weeks removed from being heavily bombed by the israeli military. I felt like i was speaking to someone from a different planet. He spoke of roads. Destroyed buildings vaporized power cut in supplies restricted. A map of israeli missile strikes link provided makes gaza looked like swiss cheese and gives a sense of the structural damage. Cobb asked me to consider how bad things have been economically around the world even in the us because the pandemic and ensuing lockdowns and said now imagine what. It's been like for us one checkpoint. It's always open. The gaza strip is a piece of territory. Roughly five miles wide and twenty eight miles long sandwiched between israel southwestern corner the egyptian sinai and the mediterranean sea
Chrissy Teigen Minding Her Business, Living Life Despite 'Cancel Club'
"Got to talk about Chrissy Teagan because she wants us to talk about her, and that's what we do. But I know you guys talked about this Instagram post. That she made last week. I wasn't here. The one where she basically was like, Yeah, the cancel club sucks. But I've got to say some, You know, I can't be silent anymore. And yada yada yada. What was your guys' take on on all of that. I'm trying to remember other than just the obvious, which is There is no such thing. As the cancel club because You weren't canceled right? The fact that you are complaining about It's not that she doesn't have her own journey that is valid and full of ups and downs, And I'm sure a certain amount of stress and or pain And when people come at you on the Internet, that can be a painful thing. Mhm But literally the week before she talked about how it's hard to be a member of the cancel club. She was gallivanting around the Mediterranean with her other high profile celebrity, privileged friends, and she was sharing that all on social media. So right. It's really like it, but But we did the thing that we do, which is to say here on the Colleen and Bradley show, we go deep in the shallow, so it was like, Well, what's the point of somebody who so clearly is living a life of privilege? Saying that they were cancelled and talking about it at length right now on social media, like there has to be another purpose, right? And, um One imagines it's too Stay relevant for a reason that we're not quite sure about. We just don't know yet. She's obviously 12. Well, I mean, I mean, maybe part of what she's trying to stay relevant for is the fact that she actually lost. Partnerships. As more people came forward and talked about the things that Chrissy Teagan said about them. And as long as she can stay in the public eye, there's a prayer that she might get some of that stuff back.
Scientist Joe Fontaine on How Climate Change Impacts West Australia's Biodiversity
"Hi this week. The fires in north america continued to blaze and temperatures in places went to heights. Hardly seen before. So what about here. Both in the east and west where we experienced similar heat and firestorms. Dr joe fontaine is an ecologist originally from oregon now at murdoch university in perth. Well here in the south west of australia we know that the climate's been drying since the mid seventies and we also know that temperatures been going up and one of the things about this region is that we know it's the early canary in the coal. Mine it has been undergoing these events and this process much more so than a lot of other parts of the planet in part because it's a mediterranean climate and so impacts of the climate change for example. We know that. Say the perth airport here. A one degree change in the average has more than doubled the number of days over forty degrees celsius since the early nineteen hundreds that's substantial and that has substantial impact on our biodiversity. Where'd you go to look to your search because vast area to cover isn't it it is it's a treat. I've been really lucky. So i came from overseas originally and then within two and a half days of lending in perth i was in a car and i was headed up to the mid west. So north of perth. This beautiful shrub lands beautiful beaches and really amazing plant diversity. And that's where. I started working and we were doing experimental fires and then in the year sense of migrated south closer to town and i work in woodland's around the city and also in the forests east of the city. Well south of here in purse. You've got a biodiversity hotspot global one. The most amazing variety of plants on have you looked into that area as well absolutely. We're surrounded by biodiversity hotspot. If you just go on the north side of perth in the woodland's here. A ten meter by ten major area can have one hundred species of plants. A hundred when i go home to california and visit my family i love it. I love the landscape. But i have to look around and go. Oh sorry plants. you're a little bit boring.
Container Ship That Blocked Suez Canal Finally Sets Sail
"Given is finally sailing again. It blocked global trade after it got stuck for nearly a week in the Suez Canal last spring. Joanna Cock icis reports. Egyptian authorities released it today after agreeing to a compensation deal with its owners. Tugboats escorted the ever given through the canal and onto the Mediterranean Sea. The ship had been docked since being dislodged at the end of March, as the Southwest Canal Authority and ship representatives worked out a compensation deal. Authority chairman Osama Robbie told reporters that the authority will receive the compensation in the next couple of months. He did not specify how much money because the parties have signed a non disclosure agreement. Media reports have put the figure at around 200 million for NPR news. I'm Joanna Cock icis. Wall Street has turned to
How Is The Piri Reis Map so Accurate?
"Born around fourteen sixty five in gallipoli. A turkish peninsula across the gene see from greece. Pirie reece's real name was haji. Ahmed mouhidin puree. The word res actually referred to a rank. He acquired later in life. As a captain in the ottoman navy. From a young age. Pirie felt at home on the sea. It only twelve years old. He joined a crew of pirates led by his uncle. Kamal for fourteen years kamala attack christian trading ships in the mediterranean sea with periods side. The islamic ottoman empire was expanding but it wanted to avoid open warfare with italy. Spain and portugal. So it empowered private captains like kamal to do its dirty work period. Uncle taught him how to pilot a ship and navigate. Using the stars together they fought battles and stole plunder. The even rescued jews and muslims fleeing catholic persecution in the spanish peninsula and in fourteen ninety five. The empire officially inducted inducted puree and kamal into the imperial ottoman navy. Kamal died in fifteen ten leaving forty-five-year-old pirie without his captain and mentor freed from obligation. He hung up his pirate boots and turned to his. True passion cartography. He returned to gallipoli and to work on a map that he hoped would capture the whole world on a single page. This daunting task took three to complete period gathered more than twenty different charts created over the preceding two thousand years. One of his sources was an ancient map supposedly drawn from the reign of alexander. The great sometime between three thirty six and three twenty. Three b c e. Many others were drawn by portuguese and arabic explorers to combine all these charts period had to match the contours of each continent's coastlines to each other like fitting together pieces of a puzzle. Even with modern technology. This would be difficult but at the time. The task was nearly
"mediterranean " Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Now. Let's talk about toasts because the mediterranean diet will not get your body into ketosis. Not unless you're doing intermittent fasting and doing something like one meal a day. Then you can eat. The mediterranean diet eat the grains and the fruit and so get into ketosis. however if you're consuming more than one meal a day it will not get you in ketosis because it's going to be too high in carbs and the benefits of kito cicis. Are that your body burns. Fat for fuel. And it is a very clean fuel source. You produce more energy with key tones and a less metabolic waste. And so it's a clean burning fuel and it's it's also very advantageous Brain runoff ketones because helps reduce inflammation in the brain helps you function in things sharper and quicker and so many benefits. In general ketogenic diet helps ruby. Simple nation helps improve fat burning which helps optimize in body tissue again great for mental clarity and sharpness for overall energy levels. Helps increase the amount of might oka- andrea in your cells which is called mitochondrial biogenesis more metal contra. The more cellular energy produce reduces your risk of chronic disease can have great anti-aging effects improving skin quality improving joint health a lot of great benefits there and reduces cravings and so that's one of the great benefits of it is that once you get kito adapted. You very rarely crave sweets and sugar and things like that. It's easier to follow because of that. Now your typical pyramid again with a ketogenic diet. Highly recommend being physically active. Just like what. We saw in the pyramid with the mediterranean diet foundation. Has your fats so on a on a mediterranean diet of course reading a lot of all of olive oil. That's the same on akito genyk diet. He wanna use olives and olive oil. You can also use avocados avocado oil. You can use. Mcat oil eggs coconut oil things like that lots of non starchy vegetables if you're doing fruitvale. Localized cmec fruits like lemons. Limes maybe a little bit of berries things like that. A lot of good clean protein on a ketogenic diet. You don't discriminate the protein. It's not like fish or seafood focused. It tends we tend also add in a lot of people vive chicken and different different. Meats like that fatty meats. In general fiber you know getting nuts and seeds fermented foods and then using natural sweeteners as
"mediterranean " Discussed on DCL Podcast
"I had lived in these for a brief time in my. Oh god i guess it was in my twenties and i you know i really wanted to show. The girls vote knees because it's very very unique. If you've ever seen the movie ronin with robert deniro. A lot of the really spectacular scenes are invalides. So we had a little. I guess would be breakfast. Rack and then we went. We met up cares hair cells so again in barcelona we research playground. So i think it's if you're traveling with kids of a certain age you might wanna just know like what are some things you can break up all the historic stuff with and there was this beautiful carousel on the. I think it was the permanent dog labor and so we stopped off into that. Took like fifteen minutes in totally made the day for her. She thought it was amazing. You did you the mediterranean's yeah you did like your own little. Abd experiences like that's one of the things. Abd does for families as they come up with these unique little adventures that also great for children but are entertaining for the adults so that the adults than their stamina involve to keep doing. The things which i think is a disney did on your own which is awesome. Yeah yet we kinda fell on it but it definitely helps. It definitely helps when you can do a kid thing and you know like the new teller crepes like we're in venise lake. She founding telecom so that was good do go forward and that was it and then we had lunged for my birthday. This little place near were still fresh harbor right on the harvard you could see. The magic news was called lou ban trees. And it was funny. One of the One of the entertainers on the ship. He was this broadway guy at for whatever reason like he was always. We're always looking at the same place at the same time. Like the apollo. He was there and like he was literally at the table next to us at lou batteries. I kind are stopping him up any. We'd really nice lunch. Muscles a nice rosaiah and then but we. This is what i would say in ajaccio one regret we have is. We never went swimming in the mediterranean. And so i was like this was our last part. I kinda knew. We were going to peter out for marseille the next day so i was like we have to put our at least put our toes in the mediterranean. So we all jerry rape down the rocks near the restaurant. We have a picture with our toe in the mental long..
"mediterranean " Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"We cannot stop. Be nice voice too. I'm feeling like country vibes from him and they're so pretty. I can't handle it looking at video. I don't hate it. I'm telling you. I know your initial reaction was a little concern a sweet little song. I enjoy it. I'm gonna definitely watch their video or whatever they made for it. So there's an instagram. tv video. I think it's worth giving a watch and listen. It doesn't sound bad to me. Know what were your first impressions of this movie. Oh my gosh. I'm so nervous you're nervous yes I liked it. I thought it was very funny. I loved this movie. I really really did. And i the whole time. I was thinking. Oh man wendy pisses a my cheerios. Tomorrow i said no. I really enjoyed it. I thought it was funny. And what i liked about it is that did it fall into the like. It wasn't a valentine's day movie. The love movie. Yeah so they can like show this home anytime. It's not just going to be in february. So yeah i enjoyed it quite a bit and thought it was quite funny i did do what did you like about it. I have mice big list. Actually i thought at first. I didn't know their names. Just put chef bro. Speaking in french. And i thought that was hilarious that he kept you know. I don't even know any french words. But he kept like saying french things and he would be the other brother. Stop doing that. You're not french. you're from alaska. Hello that and. I also thought knowing absolutely nothing about french accent that he had a good french accent when he spoke in french. I saw i thought that was good. What about you. Well look i loved. Malta gave me the aspirational hotel and travel content. That my travel starved. Heart desires right now. have you ever been to malta. No have you know. I'm not even quite sure where it's Other than the mediterranean did right that the beautiful scenery. And i asked where was this filmed so i'm glad that you cleared that up me. Okay so i wrote down here. I allies live banter between the brothers. Are these twins playing parts or go to the actor who is playing both parts. It's all jeremy and he did such a good job playing two parts. yeah. I thought really well. He did a good job. Because you know like. I don't know how they film those twin scenes is he like talking with like another actor like is he acting off of another actor. Who's not in the shot and then they like superimpose. The twin shot on top of that. I don't know how they do these things. But i thought he was great. We'll based on my extensive knowledge of how the show live and mattie was filmed. Typically they use a stand in and then there are a couple of scenes where they're hugging. So you can see like the back of a stands head you know most of the time. It's just that to scenes overlapping. I don't understand the technology for that. But i would assume they have to have a standard so. He knows where to talk so he's talking to someone but they definitely had obviously someone to play the back of his head. Yeah yeah okay. Do you like anything else. I still have a few more. I thought they were a well matched couple even though i also thought they might be a candidate for the siblings or dating instagram account. I thought they looked great together. And i liked their chemistry. I wrote that too. I said there. There's a nice playful energy between meg and josh. Josh has julian. I have some thoughts about that later. On but i thought there was some nice energy between the two of them so yeah i thought they played well off of each other I loved that the story was really more about josh. And julian's relationship then it being about the relationship with like a love relationship with that was frozen with dudes exactly. That's exactly what i wrote. So funny i. One of my favorite parts was at the end. The final cooking scene josh asks if he can switch sous chefs andrew o. Ay to i honestly some of these lions could've gone so cheesy so quickly. But i thought that humor was very well executed. I agree. I have so many like lines that i plan to share on our gone homework account so yeah and i loved their kiss at the end. I thought it was. I thought it was great. I thought it was good. I'd loved it. Is that a wrap on what we liked. That's wrap on what we liked time for. Oh i have so. Many roadblocks placed in the way. Our movie zillion roadblocks in like the plot of the movie. But they kind of play into the couple. I may of course we have i o. Julian hurts his back And then they're going to lose the restaurant if they don't win the competition. Yes actually i have is. Oh julian his route to make it the restaurant which to not like him Oh meg assumes josh is. Julian and josh gets the wristband. Exactly which is so funny. Because that just seems like a weird caveat to their competition you have to keep this wristband on the entire time. Well it was really the only way to make josh half to be juliet because julian has like a minor recovery. Yeah they had to have some way to lock him into place. Go ahead you got more i. Meg salaires was a liar. This is a potential relationship built on a lie. I also have peppy. The titles on josh and julie love you. I couldn't ever understand his name when they were seeing and at the end but i just he very much had now if that is his actual accent. I'm very sorry to that actor. I don't believe that it is and he just had that very affected french accent and to me he was heavily pugh. French competitor earshot of conversation. He here's it. Here's a couple of other things dad. Minimizes megs career. Yes you know. He really wasn't into a her bean and event planner or whatever. She was which. I have problems with her job. Duties as an event planner for this cookie competition as well and when he does. He's like fine. Do that and let me give you money. I don't know what parent isn't like. Hey you wanna make it on your own. That's amazing like please take my money and let me help you be successful immediately. I want to build my own empire like oak and events planning empire guys. I mean i guess. They exist but yummy mendis device. I know that's that's the one..
"mediterranean " Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"I is boost saudi. Kill famous together in you. The wellness kai you can find us on facebook fitness together. No i am on instagram. Left t know by So last week at the studio. I was chatting with a number of clients that we recently signed up and couple of the awesome. What is the mediterranean diet. So i wanted to cover today. The mediterranean diet is what it involves and Some of the research behind the the diet itself so in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight the hobbit medical school release the results of research that studied the dies. Those countries bordering on the mediterranean. Their findings suggested that fat and carbohydrates were not the main culprit in obesity and heart disease. But rather that the right fats and carbohydrates should be the base for a healthy diet. The study pointed to low rates of obesity diabetes and heart disease throughout the region as proof of their contention exactly. What is the mediterranean diet. And can't help your news lose. Weight actually is no mediterranean diet. That's funny to me. Yeah it's interested. Sacha compilation of the way that people in in the countries surrounding the mediterranean sea. Eight right so that would be the diet of the the region right. It's normal for those people but what you have to look at. What is the what are the the obesity rate there in that region. It's probably nil. It's a lot less to to the us and right now the pulse of the world as well. Yeah yeah so So despite the differences in actual specifics All of those Studied based that diets on on the same proportions of food groups and calories and all included olive oil as their main source of fat in fact that dies contained far more than the recommended other than the recommendations made by the usda forty percent rather than thirty percent recommended for most healthy americans still. The evidence was irrefutable therefore it must have been the kind of carbohydrates and fat that made the difference. The mediterranean diet consists of the following guidelines sixty percent of total carbohydrates from grains fruits and vegetables. Those intrude whole rice fresh vegetables and fruits whole grain breads and cereal polenta pasta made with whole grain not refined white flour spiring use of red meat fish and poultry the typical adult Mediterranean consumed about fifteen ounces of red meat and poultry per week. Another five to fifteen announces of fish po week account for the bulk of the make protein intake compare that to the typical american diet which might include a pound of steak for dinner in one night took a half pound chicken breast the next and so on and so on olive oil moderation right. Yeah yeah and the right types as well gotcha. Oil is not a miracle oil it is however a mono unsaturated the good fat monounsaturated. Fats help lower cholesterol rather than raising him and all healthy ways to at-bats to die and yes even though we think of fat has a dirty word. Your body doesn't eat some or its use white can't use many of the vitamins that you feed him. Pr important component of the mediterranean lifestyle was activity. The typical mediterranean diet includes walking rather than driving physical activity in the fields old. The home and recreation physical activity is vital in helping the body to lose why and to maintain your new white. Wants you reach at the secret to losing weight with. The mediterranean is your is to base your meals on healthy carbohydrates leafy green vegetables brightly colored vegetables whole grains and meals and use meat sparingly. No more than three to six. Ounces per day derive diatribe from vegetable sources all from fish oil exercise regularly to wrap up your metabolism. The mediterranean diet is a weight loss program. It's a new way of each. That will help you reach your goal weight and stay there when you get right and again. It's all about moderation though. Correct right you can do the mediterranean regional diet. But you had remember it's about moderations before and it's also about making the right choices as well because that plays a big role in how you end up looking how you end up really right right. As well and again you can find us on facebook At offense together novi and instagram page is f. T. not by thank you..
"mediterranean " Discussed on The Social Hotelier
"And memorable experiences for their customers in his shoot off a passion. We share our views and experiences relating to hospitality technological Trends and also relating to humanity here is your host Sam Eric Young Man and So this is a absolutely fantastic show and we are very excited to to have you with us and our episode are brought to you in partnership with the winning Walter hotel and restaurant Association, visit Malta and Ministry of Tourism Ulta. So we are delighted to have you here with us today. So, then thank you very much again for for taking the time to join us and we will start with our first guest and I will welcome sarkin Salin from boredom. Good afternoon. I think yes good afternoon and warm welcome to our two hour episode and and you're from boardroom from boardroom promotional foundation. So could you share with us the kadesia with us about boardroom? And what's special about that attracts people to come there? Thank you very much. Just first of all I've back to say hi to all the distinguished guests and I would like to thank you to multitudes and especially for you for this wonderful organization. It's just I want to welcome everybody from this sunny Mediterranean Village Bodrum. Just it's one of the most important holiday destinations in turkey and also offer Indian. We are a small significant Village of two hundred thousand inhabitants. It's just the parents who are close to the Greek Islands course and just on the southwest of turkey we have approximately three thousand five hundred years of history in the area and it's valued not by the foreign land Church guests, especially because of its wonderful climate, especially 11 different ways that are all located in the dog. Parts of the peninsula a great historical heritage great historical background and also Which is popular but it's entertainment restaurants down plus it's in bluish, which is very significant to this Village which is done by wouldn't go lets them created here for luxury cruises. These are good nuts and also because of its climate we have availability to have tourism activities for approximately eight months of the very good now, could you give us a recap of 2019 and then leading to leading to 2020? How long was the business for in Bodrum? Yes, 2019 was very flourishing and very motivating. Yep. For this destination because of the original prices and the effects of the global crisis around the world in 2016. We have a decline in the truck industry around the region but starting the 2018. He had an increase in the numbers and the figures and 2019 was not the best of the times maybe but it was a very often motivating season for 2020 till the pandemic. We had a figure of approximately 900,000 guests all around the world visiting area and because of the foreign tourists coming from this different destinations and from different markets in 2019, and we had a very motivating season as I mentioned before then the 2024 2020. We had a very good figures in terms of reservation and tools including Cruise industry bluish hotels tools to The Operators and flight numbers was very very motivating force us to the beginning of panda me. Unfortunately, like all the Mediterranean cities. We had a big hit with the beginning of 2020 and we have serious cancellations seem cancellations. And unfortunately, the sector had a great investment to the premises because of the figures that they have in 2019. So they invest a lot of money trusting the figures two of the 2020. So it created a big gap for the especially for small and medium-sized Enterprises in the gym sector. They had a big hit unfortunately and January February and March was a big disappointment and yep..
"mediterranean " Discussed on The Zest
"About dessert? Well in Europe. The theme is they have deserved at least once maybe twice a day but it's not like like we deserve. They eat fresh fruit. So they'll have some grapes. They'll have a slice of watermelon. They might have half an apple. The two people split slice. And that's dessert. That's part of their traditional everyday desert. They'll also make something like I put in. Near Blueberry very you know ricotta cheese cake. They will have that for a special occasion. They don't have. It's not a band food thing. It's not like no carbs or or no fat or knowing that this protein there there are no if it's real food it's not banned. It's meant to be enjoyed on occasion. I love that philosophy a yet they save those things for special occasions with people you know so they. It's a fruit is an in a once. Once or twice a day event her dessert and then once in a while on a on a you know Friday evening Sunday afternoon. They'll make a real special dessert like you know a grandma souffle or chocolate Mousse or the cheesecake. I mentioned you know something like that just once in a while just once in a while so when you're speaking with the fishmongers or the market stall proprietors I mean are you speaking to them and their own language. I speak fluent French and Spanish. Oh you do get by in some Italian. It's not great. My Greek is limited. I probably have twenty or thirty words. My Turkish really not so good doll hole. I Won't shame you for that. Having at least two languages really does help so besides English in addition to English now now. Where's your favorite port? Pay Freight favorite port of call yourself about how so many I mean. Take take me with you. Stephen Course. Sailing around Corsica in France was wonderful at a senior is incredible the the food was great. Eight the best food markets. Though were in Spain like Valencia. We spent a week in Valencia on the Mediterranean coast is gorgeous historic town. The market building is like out of Julius Caesar Times. I mean but it's fantastic. They you're tasting everything. They're selling olives olives and pickles and wine and olive oil and dark chocolate and all these things they have you taste before you buy them. I love that so I guess you wouldn't Sale around to the land that would be rougher sailing around literally down the French Atlantic coast around northern Spain around Portugal to dead into into the Mediterranean. Oh that's we started in northern Spain in northern France you bought the boat. They brought the boat in France and then sailed into the Mediterranean then spent a a seven months sailing. Yes so that would have been tough. There's not like an intercoastal waterway that you could've gone just it's open ocean sailing. Yeah wow that's exciting. How big is your boat or did you feed your Catamaran? Nice boat does so. There's kind of a the whole Mediterranean lifestyle though outside I guess absolutely so some of the benefit clearly comes from the nutrients in the food unmistakably mistakenly yet there's other benefits that come from how they live that are clearly make the Mediterranean lifestyle overall and make them return giant. Look good I mean just for an example. They're more active than we are in the. US they walk more. I mean typically they walk to work or bicycle to work or walk to the grocery store every day. We don't really do that. There is a process and whether you're in France or Italy or Spain or Greece people walk in the evening the before or after dinner the whole family goes for a stroll and they might be out want instead of watching a screen. Whether it's their computer television thorughout walking in the community in visiting people so there's social connection with the two and then when they eat their meals are long leisurely. I don't think think we ever had a meal in Europe. In a seven month period. That was under ninety minutes really inao leisurely no way we do that. It's leisurely and it's with people. For example. We had a couple of times workers on the boat mechanic. Or someone you know sailmaker or something. Eighteen and I'm making recipes right and so I'm saying hey. Would you like to try this. And they look at me like well yes. I'd like to try it but I don't have time to sit down for a whole meal now. They don't get they. Don't just take sit and take his standup bite or a snack. Either they sit for a meal and they talked and they communicate or or they don't eat so you know they they don't eat much breakfast. Maybe Coffee Little Fruit Yogurt. Maybe sometimes eggs on the weekend but mostly they have a big lunch and a big dinner right. Well that's I mean it's fun to hear about that kind of lifestyle to learn about it but we're not going to change our culture so we're going to have to adapt. These recipes are quicker lifestyle. We could though adapt in the sense that we eat food out a table bowl with people and not have a television or a computer screen or a phone on and we talk about the food and communicate. So I think that's something we we really should be doing for our health and be more active to being outdoors. You know. They eat food outside more often there with nature more often. I think there's several aspects aspects of a Mediterranean lifestyle that we would benefit if we tried to use more of them and I tried to put that kind of information in the book. I think it would. They have far lower rates. Having designing the pressure may do and I think a lot of it has to do with how they live. There's selling wonderful tips to start off the New Year Dr Steven Massively. Thank you so much for being here there. That was Dr Steven Massively. His book is called the Mediterranean method and he shared his recipes for White Fish Savita with avocado mango and tomato and four pairs post with wine and cinnamon. You can find them on our website possessed PODCAST DOT COM. Tom Thank you so much for listening. Subscribe to the zest. It's free and it's easy to do and if you liked what you hear give us a rating on. It Ed's I'm Robin Sesing Him. Delia Kolonin I produce zest with help from Megan trumbull. Mark Hayes and Craig George. The zest is a production of W U._S._F. public media..
"mediterranean " Discussed on The Zest
"Us to get but a lot of people feel like they don't know what to do with fish fish you know. Open up a canned tuna fish. Okay but otherwise you go when you go to the grocery store which fish to get. How do I know it's fresh? How now I cook it? It's Scott again on whatever. So what what do we do. So it's usually in Europe. It's what's the freshest there that is the key it's not no one really goes thinking. What am I gonNA? They shop almost every day. So it's usually if you're going to the fishmonger it's what's your best. Freshest fish today would be the question and usually it's usually a woman at the stand when I'm shopping and they're very opinionated and when I asked him and how would you prepare it they tell me that too so writing these things down do right now I I write them down and I do do a little video recordings with with their permission That's part of the when you ask in a restaurant. They have to kill you three times if they talk. If you find out the recipe but the ladies at the market know exactly how L. The local restaurants make it and they're happy to spill the beans and give you how the recipes are made. And then I then I go back to the boat and I practice cooking and that's the beauty beauty of this. If I can make it on a boat come on. You can make these recipes in your kitchen at home. What okay what's in your Galley? I have a little all three gas stoves willpower like butane. And I've got a very small oven. You know like the size of a toaster oven and it doesn't heat eat really well so I got up make use with an questionable boat oven and then I've got a sink drain refrigerator and then are. Are you giving us some of those methods of preparation in this. Yeah that's what the recipes are. These are the ones I collected from port deport in Spain Italy France Turkey Greece from place to place. On what recipes. Did I collect along the way that would be you know insightful. Easy to prepare delicious and really and then how do you make them. You know it's not just about reading a recipe to me. When I'm writing this up for this book doc? It's really more about the process. How do you cook with somebody like olive oil? That's the dominant fat. They use many people. Damage it with high heat. They they I used to I eight so it's learning to cook it. Lower temperature lower heat. Your food actually tastes better. Use a different oil when you cook it. Hi Oh yes absolutely. Oh you should be using like avocado oil or almond oil. If you're going to cook get over four hundred degrees because that's the smoke point that's the point at which you start damaging the extra-virgin olive oil components. So when you damage the olive oil. You're not turning it into like hydrogenated some degree. Yeah you are. Yeah you're we're making making it on your making nasty unhealthy compounds when you damage an oil. You don't want to burn your oil. That's what you're doing when you exceed the smoke point you're burning it. Yes I am doing that up. That's a game a couple different kinds of oil because you want that high so you want to know something you want to see something but that I would say you sit with Avocado oil and then if you could add a little extra virgin olive oil at the end when you simmer it the flavor so and then you take some traditional recipes and you said you lower the The glycemic index. I'm looking at the Spanish Sanish tortilla recipe. which is something I love to make use But you I make it with a lot of potatoes so I would use less potatoes because potatoes again they have they have almost artsy there. They have a very high glycemic load. There is highest brad and table sugar. Oh ooh mashed. Potatoes are actually higher than table. Sugar if you can believe that really yes they melt in your mouth depress you save them for holidays okay and then when you use potatoes. I just use a smaller portion of potatoes and throw in some bell pepper onion John or another vegetable instead for that added texture with your torch Vanish Tortilla. What about sweet potato fries? Oh Uh sweet. Potatoes are definitely better. They have more fiber less vic- McLeod more nutrient good. Because that's my favorite thing in the world all right so better news there there. People are GONNA be starting out the new year with good intentions such as starting to eat a Mediterranean diet. Its ruins died on the planet. Money one overall diet for health for longevity and it's the easiest diet to follow where I was going to ask you I mean. How do you advise people people because people start out with good intentions? You know the the road to hell and then you know. Starting this mashed potatoes advise vice. Them I want people to pick something they can stay with long term. You know the idea of doing a diet for ten twenty or thirty days to me and then what you go back to. What what you were doing and gained all the weight back plus five pounds? That doesn't make any sense. Much smarter would be to say. Why wouldn't I follow the Basque ask Diet for the health of the planet? The food's delicious. The meals are easy to prepare. It's easy I could stick with it and probably my family and in France are going to like it. I mean to me. That's like a no brainer. As to what we should be doing even the World Health Organization has now stating their policy. Let's see is no matter. Where on the planet you live? We should be cringing everyone to follow a Mediterranean Diet. Wow okay well the we need to start practicing cooking fish more. I guess and you can even be vegetarian and follow a Mediterranean Diet and you could do a more low carb version Asia so one of the Nice things. It's so versatile you can modify to meet your food preferences. If you don't feel well eating a lot of carbs than most of your carbs wouldn't come from starchy foods. They would come from vegetable berries beans nuts and you can have a little more protein within and you know so. There's a lot of variety and you could even be purely vegetarian and do really well on a Mediterranean Diet. But then you would miss out on some of the seafood if you're GONNA if you're not eating that much seafood than I would recommend a seafood supplement and I talk about supplements that you need to add or could add to optimize your health to go with this when you said you have a hard time picking a favorite recipe. Because they're like your children but I'm GonNa ask you sure you have as we all do kind of go to go go to rescue. Hardly have to think about it can throw stuff together kind of a recipe. What is it I mean I really love salad new swabs? I've I've always liked it. You know it's just so fantastic the colors the flavors the dressing. What's solid niece was so lettuce with vegetables? Like tomato. Green beans traditionally. It has potatoes. I used battle on this recipe. Instead traditionally it has to Anna. I used used Either I give people choice between sardined little canned sardines or canned pink salmon instead. Why not tuna? Well we'll tuna has a fairly high mercury level and it so you can eat it on occasion but it's not something on. Ask someone to start eating several days a week. It's going to be too much mercury mercury. So wow and they don't eat that much tuna in the Mediterranean tunas like get re runs seasonally. So there's like a week or two of the year when they can catch tuna and and they do and they eat it at that time but it's not like it's you know serving Cantu year round okay so you sardines or salmon. Is that what you I like sardines or salmon with it but I mean there's so many recipes you know there's so many salads soups this the But the salad niece wise. That's let's is that I. I'm thinking that was traditionally with anchovies. You yes it's and it's it's a classic French Mediterranean Iranian Salad dish from niece. Yeah and that's when you like to do it. Seems like an easy one for the boat. Maybe because you don't have to cook anything you don't have to cook anything you open up a boy I met you. May you know Lance Carrots or green beans or something. They're going to go with your vegetables abortion but that's yet so a little bland cheating when you're done. What.
"mediterranean " Discussed on The Zest
"About your life. You divide your life between Saint Petersburg and Saint Petersburg Florida and you said you sail the the Mediterranean half the time. Tell me about that will to research this book. I committed to spending almost a year sailing around the Mediterranean and going from PORT TO PORT EATING AT LITTLE MON PA cafes and shopping in all the markets and buying food and and and researching why I do people in the Mediterranean lives along. Why do they have such better health? Wire the you know at eighty five and ninety still vibrant and out shopping every day and I it was you know I was. You can't do it from Saint Petersburg Florida as much as a and and I have to admit it was pretty darn appealing to to go to Europe and sail on sail boat from Port to port for basically almost a year. See a living on your sale living on Heftier here at home and then for for the last couple of years for this book half the year on the boat. How'd you get to be such a good sailor? I grew up sailing. I raised competitively as a kid and I had the job for a little bit in college. Summer as a sailboat captain in France. And so you have written. This book called the Mediterranean method. Your complete plan to Harness Ernest power of the healthiest diet on the planet. So we've been hearing about the Mediterranean Diet for long time now. What made you decide that you wanted to write another book about it? Well you're right. I mean since the nineteen fifties with Keys and then you know the in the nineteen nineties there was St St Leonhard study that came out and that really changed my career as a physician in the early one thousand nine hundred ninety s when the first time ever for every twelve people. Oh you had followed the American. Instead of the American Heart Association Diet the Mediterranean Diet You could prevent one heart attack and stroke for every I mean that was like the as is powerful has taken an aspirin more powerful than taking statin cholesterol meds. That kind of helped change. My career is the Mediterranean Diet and he came out saying that that was that good for your heart and then just in the last couple of years. There's been another very large Mediterranean Diet premed out of Spain once again showing if if you follow a low fat diet versus if you're randomized to a Mediterranean diet where we add more olive oil and more nuts you reduce the rate of heart attacks and strokes. They also showed that you had less diabetes less cancer on you're less likely to have memory loss and even your cognitive function improved so I mean we should make it clear. You've written a book with recipes but you are a medical doctor. I started in family medicine but I've been publishing with the American Heart Association and Doing Research Studies since the early one thousand nine hundred fellow right. How hard tell me? I've been how to promote heart health. How to prevent heart disease has been a big part of my background? And I'm you know with the Department of Family Medicine here at USF the The twist that you have in your book is that your. You've got a little bit low carb because when I think of Mediterranean also and I think if Italy I'm being a lot of pasta slot of bread dipped in oil pizza bread. You know French bread those solidify myths. That isn't how people eat every day like in Italy you know. Why talion so much slimmer than us? Yet they pasta him more often than we do. Yes Oh we're on. We're on the verge of reaching the fifty percent obesity rate within the next ten years in the. US towns are much lower than that that they have as an appetizer. A little tiny portion on salad plate and then they have the main course with with vegetables beings protein so when we pasta. It's this huge platter. So we've kind of lost our portion control is it's like the never ending. I always feel we're GONNA get a big bowl of pasta. I'm eat and eat any en eat and I haven't made a dent in so they do give us big ball so in Mediterranean method. You'd be eating three read afford to five bytes pasta if you had pasta and then you'd go on and have the rest of your dinner okay. So you're twist then as you call it is low glycemic to explain what low glycemic blow They've done analyses. Really look at when you eat food. How much does your blood sugar jump after eating of serving food food? That's glycemic load glycemic load blood sugar rise from a serving of food and they've compared all these different foods and they've been able to analyze it and they realize lies that some foods have a lot higher Jump in blood sugar level than others like bread inch table. Sugar are almost the same exact score. Does that mean they have the same effect on. Your Oregon's is on your body eating bread and eating table. Sugar is really the same thing I mean texture texture wise from our perspective. They taste different but they have the same biological impact. Your Body looks at it. And the number one cause for both heart disease and for memory loss and diabetes and aging for that matter is blood sugar control so we really don't want to so it's not cholesterol like we've been thought for years but we realized blood sugars the number one cause for all of these case. So why aren't you outing. The Kito Genyk Diet which which is no carbs and it's because it's nutrient deficient you're GonNa get old before your time it's a short you know the Keno Diet is a great way to lose weight quickly clearly but unfortunately you oftentimes usually gain it all back so you feel like this is a more moderate term or effect. I wouldn't say moderate. This is more reflective when they've looked at one year weight loss studies. A Mediterranean diet was asked. Is the Paleo low. CARB KETO diets for one year ear weight loss. Okay so we've been talking about what not to eat not to eat the bread and the sugar and big big portions of Pasta but a Mediterranean food is delicious. So what are you touting in this book what are the. What are the recipes Promoting well. Let's look at. What's the heart of the Mediterranean? Eating plan you know. We're talking about cuisine. That comes from Spain. France Italy Greece Turkey Northern Africa. And then you know even extends beyond on that to Portugal and other places where there's influence so we're talking vegetable fruit beans nuts olive oils predominant minute cooking oil that we lots of herbs and spices far more than we use especially garlic and Italian herbs and French herbs and things of that sort red wine with a meal red wine in moderation not really much other forms of alcohol a little bit of dairy some poultry. There's this probably mostly sleep free range poultry in contrast to coming from you know factory farm There's not a lot. What do they not have? They don't have preservatives. They don't have have much red meat. They do have whole grains but the when they've done analyses and they looked at the Mediterranean diet grains provided the least benefit of all the components opponents of the Mediterranean Diet. And if you follow do the combination of Mediterranean foods and low glycemic you get. That's the the Best Combo for reducing memory loss for reducing heart disease for extending longevity. So what's your favorite recipe in here. There's only now I want to say. This is not really a cookbook. You explain what the Mediterranean method is. You explain that it's good for your heart. It's good for your memory Utah. You break break down a lot of of methods of how to keep the Mediterranean Diet and then at the back there are fifty fifty recipes. My favorite recipes are in here. So you're asking. What is my favorite child? That's a tough one But no I would maybe the Pie. Because it's I've changed should I can't with the low glycemic version of it so instead of Pie in Europe is usually a- too big a portion of rice and we do it in the US. It's even of course a bigger portion Shanab rice ear so I tried cauliflower rice and it was delicious it cut the cooking time in half so it was quicker to prepare less time. I am Equally delicious and I. I love that recipe because it's so Mediterranean seafood with herbs and spices. The Way Hey it's prepared it's like is simple good quality ingredients put it together and it tastes fantastic. And it's really good for you so I know you are are talking about eating a lot more seafood Which in Florida? We shouldn't be that hard for.
"mediterranean " Discussed on The Social Hotelier
"To talk with pro very happy to introduce to a good friend of mine. Mine andrew are just muscat from malta. Hello andrew how are you. I'm very very good indeed and we known each other for four or five years. Already and andrew is the attorney general for the mediterranean theresa foundation and in today's episode we're going to talk about the empty f. as i recall in shortening so could you share with us sir little bit but the vision and mission of the m._t._v. empty as you are one of the co founders yeah i thank you for hosting me sam on your on on your show <hes> and it's always a pleasure for me to share how how it all started <hes> actually apart from being the sexiest aja salaam the co founder of the mediterranean tourism foundation together with all these ira another friend of yours you know from someone off the say leading businessmen this meant in malta but also say visionary and this takes us back to about ten years ago when i started take some ventures here with the autism restaurants association which is the main association for hotel years <hes> <hes> <hes> and <hes> when this brought me to meetings in the european union institutions because of course apart from being being an association which lobbies the national the national authorities we also have the obligation we have to lobby the european union institutions because the swamp dan where many of the loss on an active <hes> and influence other members i could immediately sense i could immediately assume that the mediterranean countries when it comes to put his do not really collaborate amongst themselves and i want to spend moment because i see i i was very ironic. Given that the mediterranean region threats one third of international tourism. It's the most important region when it comes to this into <hes> and i coined this phenomenon has the univision syndrome as you were also sam at the univision. The scandinavian countries north dakota drinks block votes to each other <hes> the central eastern countries of europe would've vote each other but when it comes to the mediterranean the french. Won't you tell you so. It's the same i think what comes to visit <hes> so this got me thinking and the more i thought about what i started to get convinced that something needs to be done about this. <hes> in particular that's given them a as i was thinking about this and they was watching the news in the evening. I started to see that the mediterranean is mentioned in the news everyday but unfortunately for the wrong reasons unfortunately the news media joffe cover the beep drowning in the sea immigration. <hes> terrorist attacks <hes> economic crisis in the mediterranean so unfortunately the mediterranean usually hits the headlines for the wrong reasons when sim time on the other side of the coin the birth a good majority of the people are seeking to spend their vacations in our country's so i said this is some distance michael. This is my mission in life that do something about it and that's where i start to organize the first one <hes> i conference <hes> i spent the general meeting of the hotels and restaurants association into a mediterranean tourism photo and it's dead it all starts by bringing people together by bringing people who are not not directly related to tourism sector lump just hoteliers spot anybody who has an interest in mediterranean tourism and this includes lutes developers experts <hes> <hes> <hes> people coming from the <hes> security business anybody furniture business uniforms anybody because if you think about it took him <unk> which involves everybody even in in terms of human resources qualified be less qualified beeping it brings everybody together and it was an immediate success and to a very long slowly shortage eventually grew so quickly getting to know people even like yourself as you mentioned about six years ago five years ago only to know each other and we started dating to create a new family an international sanity beep coming from all over the world all trying to keep the parts but also learn from each other and as you know the latest last <hes> forum which we have as now grew so much that we had about more than one thousand five hundred people coming from thirty five different countries and this is what is amazing about displeasure fair to five different countries people coming from ecuador peru new york australia the new zealand japan china india <hes> in finland sweden ghana gentlemen gone gone. I came here to go with them. Sort of fifty people coming along gardener. What is more amazing is that he pledged to clone mediterranean prison foundation in to the west africa foundation something which hopefully will and being able to launch later on this year this year we also had the princess <hes> <hes> donahue loss of jordan was also the governor offense around the famous spits on which side <hes> <hes> written to us encouragement support by pope francis himself bump diverting it <hes> because when i was explaining to his ambassador our vision that's adds to promote tourism as weak your for peace and stability across the mediterranean region. This was something which attracted the attention of his holiness and two weeks later the meeting which seems beautiful letter which was doing gaulish summits earlier on this year so <hes> <hes> <hes> d._v._d. Wants to take what's dispirit. What's do what's the reason why this project is growing so much first of all i think i think it's special <hes> it's especially in the indus project. All the people who are involved directly or indirectly medically have to give to bring people together to get to know new cultures will not afraid of diversity that we are happy. That's why we believe that. Diversity is the beauty <hes> it was <hes> and <hes> and also it's questionable so creating new projects. They'll get it so relevance to the relevant to the businessmen. We're not the shame. We don't wait what else i'm glad to say that we do projects also to earn money <hes> because money is a is an important also variable whole formula yes so bringing people with ideas with resources without with with with with with with opportunities bring them together in the same and create projects and the projects of course we are looking on different initiatives. We have <hes> worked on a project <hes> <hes> about energy efficiency <hes> so we developed an app <hes> which was distributed uh-huh skunk to being this debut hoteliers and martha to compare to manage to better manage their consumption evidence that energy consumption levels but more importantly important to share <hes> keep it forms that is also keep it for the syndicate. There's against <hes> for benchmarking purposes against against other similar hotels in the particularly to learn from best practices from each other and to each other. I understand under that also have connected with the music and are doing some sort of events relating to the mediterranean music or orchestra. Could you share with us. One is idea and who you're working with. Music is the international language right. Everybody agrees about this. We have done something about <hes>. Throughout history. Mediterranean identity has been invited strong. Unfortunately the last in recent years the identity of the mediterranean has soaked off drained out and became europeans afflictions now our as the foundation wants to bring back this identity this wrong then view of the mediterranean and we believe that music music help achieve this goal. I mean just think about um <hes> bomani. It's mica diabetes u._k. Elvis his medica music helps to be to build identity so it never happened here before we have sept- monetize the stage for top popstars of the mediterranean. Our aim is that on the fourth of october in collaboration with your tagliani leaving registration until we will bring together a lineup of about fifteen talk pop stars coming from italy egypt <hes> the junior museum greece and month now anyone who is wanted to come join this event. How can they find <unk> out the tickets and everything like that. It's i wanted something. Which is it's a concert which is free and it's gonna on friday for october. What is interesting is on the first over. That's gonna be another beautiful event called valetta not bianca when voletta capcity open doors all the museums all dependencies invalid with open doors for three for the general public it would be a lot of music fooled so a weekend event starting friday with the concert saturday not bianca inviolate and friday of course <hes> you can go back and among <hes> so information about this is on met it stars festival dot com i will put that in the comments so <hes> i would put that in the comments and then that way everyone who is listening who are on on and watching live and who is watching after the show. We'll have a chance to visit that website then then more information because this is event not to be missed missed absolutely it's it's for free however you need to download tickets to <hes> to ensure that there will be reserved displacement expecting about twenty thousand people on this event. <hes> it's amazing gets exciting in its i mean it opens all those who are following. You certainly got mike lewis popped up here on. That's very nice now. <hes> ah your your visionary you have a very large vision for the mediterranean <hes> through what you've been working on anything else. You'd like to share about the future because it's not only about multi multi says more than we are talking about the whole all the countries which are surrounded by malta how this could affect them yeah. I am a multi stages. It's the installing control stage in the middle of the mediterranean is the meeting place however it has dimension which is not just about malta. We have woodworking gonna project about faith based design with five months. Vatican sees the bathroom headlamp creating the mediterranean christmas portal de mario roots in the mediterranean creating opportunities for people took get together and work together respective of religion <hes> a culture you know bringing them together because we are all at the handle today mediterranean two very good now these are very exciting news that you have in bed sharing and i think i love to do some future shows relating to as we get closer to to the event in october and also to kind of get further awareness and the audience who is watching this show are all the way from u._s. To <hes> southeast asia so worldwide people watching and so i think it would be nice for them to have a opportunity to experience a great place like malta and particularly maleta and and these events that you are in with your team has been staging. I think this would be <hes>. There's also so many events going on in malta throughout the year the baruch festivals etc so so many things going on so it's something that that wants to get the taste of it. I think you will come back. Hopefully you'll always welcome very good very good well. I'd like to thank you had <hes> haven't had a great trapped here for about six minutes and i think knowing from the experience people are enjoying hearing what to say but many of couldn't join the live show will definitely watch it later on and any comments that i get from them of obviously <hes> give some feedback and with any questions we have thank you so much erik well. Thank you very much for joining today. A and i hope you have a good evening and if you talk to you soon bye bye bye thanks for joining us this week on social media show make sure to visit our website right be a to be hospitality to dot com where you can subscribe to the show in itunes spotify..