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How AJ Embarked on a Cross Country Pilgrimage to Help at Ground Zero

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:50 min | Last month

How AJ Embarked on a Cross Country Pilgrimage to Help at Ground Zero

"What followed over the next several hours was something out of taxi driver. I made the appropriate calls to my agent manager and network and through crybaby tears well that I was getting in a car and going home. I don't want to hear about work I said, fuck TV, I'm gone. I'll call you when I get back. Inexplicably, Neil and I shaved our heads bald. Hopped into a midsize rental car, taped God bless America across the back window and headed for the road. The highways that split our country straight down the middle of filled with towns of families who raised sons and daughters that go off to war and die. The way we saw it, there was no better, more sentimental way to see the heartland. At the last second, I scooped up my little yorkie cesare and brought him along for the hall. I know that would make the ride a little bit longer with pee pee stops and feeding the little guy, but I need everything and everyone I loved around me. I never saw myself so goddamn soft. We high tailed out of California through the kitschy neon lights in Nevada and rolled into Utah, spent and still spinning from the initial shock of the previous day's news. We had just driven 700 miles and we're ready to dive into the gin olives and vermouth that Neil insisted we're going to be as necessary as the gas in the car. And he was never more rice. Let me put it to you this way. When a Pentagon is on fire, the twin towers are gone, and the president is missing for a half a day. I say valium should spill from every gumball machine in the country. Coke dealers ought to be able to hang a shingle on their doors and Friends should insist that their friends drive drunk. The world was coming to an end. As far as I knew, and I wanted to be numb and out of pain until it was all over. In other words, shell gasoline was not the only fuel that we had in the car.

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"olive" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"olive" Discussed on Gastropod

"Even kiwi flavors, Ana told us a story about an olive oil from Sicily that had an incredible scent of tomatoes. It wasn't infused with tomatoes. It just literally smelled like tomatoes. So she decided to use it to play a trick on her kids. I gave them two pieces of pizza and I tell them which one you like more. One with our toss can you blend and one with this variety from cicada that's tomato and there's a mama de tomato much better of this pizza. Exactly the same. The kids thought that one piece of pizza tasted better because it had more tomatoey tomatoes, but the tomatoes were the same, it was just the oil that was different. And this is where you get to have fun with your olive oil. Mixing up the pairings, a softer ligurian oil is often better with fish, a peppery Tuscan oil stands up to beans. Those are geographical differences, but you can also find single variety olive oils. So in olive oil made only from fronto olives, for example, or are bikina. And those bring different flavors to the olive oil party too. If you have different oils that you want to try side by side to really appreciate the differences, Tom has a simple recommendation mashed potatoes. Take mashed potatoes and have three different really different olive oils and try one of each just mashed potatoes and put while it's still steaming. The really good olive oil on there and make a little reservoir in the middle and fill it with olive oil and put your face over it before you eat it and smell. I mean, it's quite it begins to be wine tasting without the posing and that the terminology because you can really smell it. You put your snout over it and you smell it and it really is special. Special, but maybe not as instantly compelling as Catherine's recommendation. You can make a chocolate cake and olive oil

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"olive" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"olive" Discussed on Gastropod

"Oil. So it's virgin virgin. That's why I chose the title extra virginity. Because it's such a complete joke. I mean, the title itself tells you what a joke it is. It's like extra dead or semi pregnant. I mean, it doesn't make any sense at all. But there are a number of hoops olive oil has to jump through to be legally called extroversion. First of all, it has to pass a number of chemical tests. Listener Brenda vest is the one who wanted us to do this episode and Brandon's job is to perform these chemical tests on the olive oil that her company imports. She has a lab near the port of Baltimore, and we gave her a quick call to find out how she does what she does. So let's say that a container comes in. So there's a 6000 gallons less D bag that arrives at our facility, so it's the initial point testing that takes about 15 minutes where we test three fatty acid content for oxide content. These are two quick titrations that we do in-house Brenda is checking to make sure that the imported olive oil is not cut with seed oil or cheaper pomace oil. They check to make sure that it hasn't been exposed to too much heat and light. This breaks down the oil into other chemicals that Brenda can test for. So yeah, overall the process can take from 15 minutes to three days. So far so good, right? Except not, because a tum told us that the FDA doesn't actually require any testing on imported olive oil. So while Brenda's company is going above and beyond, lots of other suppliers aren't, and B, this is going to be even more disappointing to hear, these tests are just not enough on their own. Oil that just passes the chemical tests, you wouldn't touch with a barge pole. You wouldn't get it near your mouth. But it still technically aired a version. But wait, all is not lost. To be labeled extra virgin olive oil shouldn't just pass the chemical tests. There's another more challenging hurdle. It should be able to pass a taste test or a sensory test, where 17 specifically defined legally defined flaws can be identified. So I have been trained now to identify all of the flavor defects and flaws that can arise in olive oil, including rancidity I'm proud to say. That's right. The Catherine who tasted rancid olive oil and loved it is no more. The Catherine of today serves on California olive oil's tasting council. It's a third party group that certifies all California based olive oil. Every California producer sends their oil to the California olive oil tasting council. First it has to pass the chemical analysis, low acidity, specific peroxide values, all the types of tests that Brenda does, but then it's time for the tasting. And we blind taste it, we taste it in these little blue glasses so we can't see the color because color is not an indicator of quality and we smell it and we taste it and we are trained to taste for very specific flaws that can appear in olive oil. Rancidity is one. Fussiness is another, which is actually a form of fermentation. Windiness or vinegar is another one that's also a form of fermentation, grubby is another one. Grubby in this case doesn't mean dirty. It means there were too many bugs in the olives, like that pesky olive fly. And there's a few others that were trained to detect. And so if the producers oil passed both the chemical analysis and the sensory evaluation, they get a seal that says their oil is extra virgin. A skilled taste panel is an unbelievably sensitive quality judge. And you can game the chemistry, but you can't game the sensory panel if they're well trained. It's just that there aren't very many of those. So at this point you might be thinking, well, crap.

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"olive" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"olive" Discussed on Gastropod

"What's kind of cool is you can really quickly start to tell these different varieties apart in the grove, even if you've never really paid attention to the shape of an olive tree before. And this is the Marino, that one looks kind of fuzzy and hairy. I kind of like the way that one looks. And this one here is the mariola, which I think is my favorite. But it's like the mophie morila. They're also sort of droopy. And then this is the panda lino. And that real bushy, very vigorous one is the task. The varieties that both Anna and Catherine have on their properties, they've been growing in the Mediterranean for thousands of years. Olive trees first came to California with the Spanish missionaries in the 1600s. And California had a robust olive canning industry throughout the last century, and then canned olives have kind of fallen out of fashion. And I think probably in the late 80s, early 90s, people started really wanting to plant olives for olive oil, and so this modern era of olive oil production was born in California. And then the last 20 years, the olive industry has exploded. And one of the main reasons behind that explosion is a new way of planting growing and harvesting olives. It's called super high density planting. And what it means is that all of us are planted really close together in very tight rows, and they're pruned in a particular way so that they can be machine harvested, one of the benefits of this super high density style of planting is that it's made olive oil economically viable in California, as you all probably know, land is extremely expensive in California, and so is labor. Since then, we've seen all of productivity explode in California and the industry really being able to make olive oil at an affordable price point for people or for consumers that are had never heard of California olive oil before. Basically, the way these Californian groves are planted and pruned means you can take a lot of the labor costs out of the equation by using a machine to do the harvesting. And when I say machine harvested, I mean there's a huge machine that goes over and basically swallows the entire olive tree and has these sort of rubbery fingers that knocks the olives off and there's a sort of a catch basin underneath and it goes over an entire row of olives without stopping harvesting every tree in that row. So it's actually really interesting and exciting and I do a lot of

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Judge John Gleeson on Taking Down John Gotti

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:56 min | 4 months ago

Judge John Gleeson on Taking Down John Gotti

"Talking to the author of the brand new book the Gotti wars taking down America's most notorious mobster. You wonder, hey, who took him down? Who was the determined young prosecutor who took him down? Of course, we don't know. We don't know nothing about that. We was just in the olive oil business. No, actually, we do know. He's sitting right here. His name is judge John gleeson. You were that young prosecutor. Yeah, I was. And I didn't do it alone. Look, I was the lead prosecutor when we took him down, but I had great people helping me prosecutors in my office who worked under my supervision and the FBI, FBI knows what it's doing when it comes to organized crime. Also, there is something they know their way around. I'm glad to hear that actually. Because I thought that they were all like Paige and struck and all those evil bad people. But you're telling me, listen, we know who the good guys are in this story. And when I think about going up against something, because listen, let's be honest, people didn't think you could take down the mob. And so the fact that that even happened is extraordinary. It's amazing. But you were talking about how you found yourself, your prosecutor, and you find yourself being assigned to this case. So the first case, because most of us don't remember these details, was going on at the time that in 1985, John Gotti decides to make a name for himself brutally murder castellano and broad daylight and is there any other kind of daylight they always say that in broad daylight? I think there might be narrow daylight, but I think the medium with daylight, but this was in broad daylight. It was also 6 o'clock in the evening in December. So there's no daylight. It was broad dark night. All right. I'm a human being. I make mistakes. So, but in the middle of this, this murder happens. So take us back because we have to say too for people who don't know. He was known as the Teflon Don, because many efforts were made to get him that failed. Correct. He beat that case, the one that we had him under indictment for at the time that killed Paul castellano. Then there were two other cases in state court that he beat one fair and square. One kind of scared the witness off the witness stand. Intimidated the witness? Well, the witness, it was a little dopey assault case, really. It was a very small case. But the witness produced that famous headline on the post, I forgot, 'cause he got up on the witness stand and said he couldn't remember the first slapped him. I don't remember that. What year was that? That was 1987 or so. Yes. And then there was our case. So yes, he had earned one way or the other. The nickname not only the dapper Don. But the Teflon Don.

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John O'Neill: Putin Has an Assassination Group

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 5 months ago

John O'Neill: Putin Has an Assassination Group

"John you were saying Putin has an assassination group correct He does And the way they were caught they used a poison in England on a group called the scruples and idiotically these guys showed up on videotape I mean on a you know on a video And so they have Facebook entry smart And they actually call them on Facebook They track them back then to 14 different murders in the United Kingdom alone And they've been murdering people all over Russia and in other places In the last 7 weeks 6 different oligos have olive gardens that were over a half billion piece have all supposedly committed suicide Usually killing their families Oh so wait a minute He's knocking off oligarchs as we speak You're saying There was a family that Proto sanyas in Spain they found him home They found his child and his wife both chopped to death with an axe Everybody says that he loved his wife and child He called his daughter princess That was done to give a message all the other people in Russia while being deniable to give a message that if you oppose me I will not only kill you I will kill your little children And so you're dealing with a monster and Putin A cold blooded heartless killer just exactly like

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AJ's Best Sausage and Peppers Recipe

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:46 min | 11 months ago

AJ's Best Sausage and Peppers Recipe

"First question is Jamie Meyer. Amy Mario's wants to know my best sausage and peppers recipe. Here's the thing. I mean, look, I like to saute them in olive oil and garlic. I like to cut up at least 8 garlic cloves, slice some thin, you could still see, but I like them thin, the thinnest sliced garlic, the more flavors released. I like a very garlicky sausage and pepper. I like a nice extra virgin olive oil in the pan. And I like to take the meat out of the casing and crumple it up, maybe in little size balls or even just pieces that aren't even round, just throw them in there. And the peppers as well, and I like to throw half an onion and not too much of an onion but a half an onion. You can basically make them all together. I sometimes I start the meat a little early because meat takes longer than onion and pepper to get soft. Rosalie bakes, rosalie bakes her sausage and peppers. It's not as oily. It's very tasty. But I've always made it sauteed together. The only secret I can think that I do that's different that rosalie doesn't do. And I love hers. I put, you ready for this? I put a little soy sauce. I put a split. Maybe I'm probably like a teaspoon of soy sauce in the sausage and peppers at the end. Let it sit there and simmer. Watch it bubble a little bit. Take it off. It's always best served hot with nice warm Italian bread. That's my, I don't know what that means, but if you're gonna use soy sauce, don't add salt before you cook it, don't sprinkle salt on top. But that's all I do. I don't even put pepper on it. I put very little, absolutely nothing. Just the ingredients. I don't put garlic pat on nothing. It's all there. And it's one of my favorite

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'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#7): Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder' ft. Clubber D the Combat G (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #27)

Ball

04:47 min | 1 year ago

'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#7): Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder' ft. Clubber D the Combat G (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #27)

"Who who. Who will he choose. We are waiting with baited yes. It's minted baited breath. My friend take it away. I know everybody wants to know what is club. Radice pick who who is club or diga pick. Who does the combat she think will win the rubber match between tyson fury and deonte wilder. Who's gonna win before. I give my prediction. Let's see what led up to this so we all know about the first fight. It was a draw me personally. I thought wilder should one. That count was kinda slow. I kinda slow. The count was low and When weary with furious. I got floored he got up damn near one that round if wow they knock them down fear would win that fight. It was still close. It was a draw. Some people say if you're a one but because of that devastating knockout. Some people gave to wilder giving edge either way. It was a draw bill to the second fight. Second fight i mean fury swishes holtkamp. Camp up start training macron boxing with with with sugarhill legendary Transco for manual store recipes. You know saying nobody number legends in heart in hard hitters came out of a crop. Boxing up there in detroit but Gower sugarhill changes. Oh game playing math. Wilders ass out now louder has um you know a couple of excuses. He said here i. It was His suit was too heavy. But one actually address negro power engine recruiter table with attitude One should look like extra. Game of thrones. You chose look like that. So don't don't blame the suit. That was you buddy. So i said of the suit was actually twenty forty pounds in a long walk. look here you ain't demolition. You're not leaving the dum okay. If it was that bad maybe you should. Johnson arena around like us all awards going. I don't know but don't blame. Don't make excuses now. He fired mark zalin. His cornermen santa he always sabotage him and he did complain about the water and he was seeing double and it is a small conspiracy going right now because post fight. Fury refuses to the water. That that that they get. I speak fury refuse to take of the water that they gave him say that ten times. So you know at. I'm not gonna make excuses feerick. And what a great game plan came and heavier presa action. He is the best now with all those who i'd say He is the best boxer wade been. You might be a little bit of pure boxer but fury his ass goes bad and he really like the black olive oil like he's wilder. Didn't look prepared the second fight now here. We go third fight. Fury tried to skip him. Go straight to the anthony joshua so we can get undisputed. You know it was in the clause that water got a rematch. There was gonna be a rubber match if you wanna wait. Try to breach contract. Go fight josh. What they already had date they wanna fight. Wembley but there's issue with that because that's a fury does not have a license to fight in the uk. His has been suspended since he beats klitschko. Okay he tests positive for. Pd's for pets you know. He hasn't he doesn't have a license in in the uk. Now he can always get reinstated. He can call the queen he can call each elbow. He can call painting a bear. Maybe even danger mouse's somebody may wanna spice. Maybe they can help you know they could try license back into austin powers is helping trying to help out with that but you know. I don't know what happened. But he can't find the uk right now hasn't for years and he doesn't want them to go through investigation because the former that he bought the lamb meat from the contaminated lamb equal. That's kind of our special

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The Jews Settle in Cuba

Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

02:09 min | 1 year ago

The Jews Settle in Cuba

"Jewish settlement in cuba the first jewish inhabitants were known as morales in fifty eight. The bishop of cuba wrote to spain declaring that every ship back in havana was filled with hebrews new christians. These were jews recently converted to christianity in fifteen o to inquisition proceedings. Began against the merano's in cuba. The secret juice of cuba arranged for trade between the thirteen colonies. And the use of jamaica barbados and other caribbean islands. This unable the colonies to sell goods and by military and civilian supplies. The spanish constitution of sixty nine removed all restrictions on the settlement of juice in latin america and at that time over five honda spanish jews engaging commerce in cuba and five to six jewish families were amongst the wealthiest in cuba jews were among the founders of the commercial king sugar fields and the first refineries in eighteen sixty two through eight thousand ninety five many american us join cubans in their fight for independence. The first jewish cemetery in cuba was established by the united states. Army for the american jewish soldiers who died during the spanish american war in eighteen ninety eight in nineteen six. The cemetery were sold to the united hebrew congregation primarily by american jews. Most of the members of this congregation which was later named temple. Beth israel where americans who fall in cuba or came from key west and other parts of southern florida. After the end of the war between nineteen too many sephardi jews began to come to cuba amongst them young turks who had participated in the earlier revolt against the sultan of the ottoman empire other cames from mexico north africa and the mirrored iranian. They spoke spanish and had olive complexion and blend that well with the rest of the

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What Does It Mean if Your Triglyceride Count Is High?

Ask The Health Expert

01:44 min | 1 year ago

What Does It Mean if Your Triglyceride Count Is High?

"So here's thing triglycerides. It's probably not fat issue unless you're eating inflammatory damaged fats. So if you're if you're getting a lot of those Vegetable oil omega sixes for small. Stop it stop. that process. Food in those process oils The only oils. You really wanna look out. There are doing extra virgin olive oil and a clean avocado oil place. Those but really where we want to focus really wanna hit it. Hard is with sugar. And this is why i wrote the sugar impact. Die when i wrote the virgin diet. The number one question. I got asked sugar and seem like people are either confused about sugar like it's honey. It's natural i can eat it. Or they were controlled by just couldn't quit and one of the things we know with sugar and especially fructose in all unpack. This is that it will raise your triglycerides especially fructose. You've got a couple of things going on here because you said my triglycerides are and we're gonna address some things that can help get that back in the normal range and you're borderline diabetic your hemoglobin. Onc- us borderline diabetic. So this means that you are insulin. Resistance right you're insulin's no longer responding well to get your blood sugar back into check and you also have elevated triglycerides so really. What we want to do is start with the foundation of a diet that is going to be super blood. Sugar bounce will help balance your blood sugar and restore your insulin sensitivity. There's some supplements and lifestyle that can help there too right and when you do that that she'll pull your triglycerides back into normal range all right so let's go through. What all that means that you need to

"olive" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"olive" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"In the parking lot. At least thankfully it didn't go out onto the road. I'm pretty sure. I've seen this exact same scene. Play out in a movie officers pursued the stolen van onto interstate twenty west where assistance from a county authorities in georgia state patrol was requested. Our suspect did strike a couple of vehicles. Ultimately he had trailer and blue attire. We set griffin ditched the vehicle near wesley chapel and took off running. It's pretty much over after that right. If you're ever in a high speed chase and you have to pull over the car and book it on foot look ninety nine percent chance you're gonna get caught. Police searched a wooded area north of the interstate but were unsuccessful in locating griffin. Well maybe i'm wrong. On thursday griffin turned himself in all my god. This is so he did get away. What the fuck do i know. Apparently so he got away but then turned himself in to the county. Jail officials have not released what he will be charged with. All your fucked up a corpse. I mean i understand. The person was already dead but it came flying out of the back of a van on a gurney probably landed hard on the pavement. Some mortician is going to be working overtime trying to reconstruct his face. Stan henderson and son in stockbridge owns the van. Little for stan. Henderson and sons mortuary stan henderson was shocked when he heard about the theft. He said it's ridiculous that the dead can't even rest indeed stand henderson. Indeed for all your mortuary needs context and henderson and sons. Mortuary we can't bring your loved one back to life but we can take the corpse on a movie style high-speed jas it'll be the experience of his or her lifetime. I'm sorry after.

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"olive" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"olive" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Every little bit helps. This is how i make my living. So thank you so much to play patrons and of course i members you guys are. The reason is show continues. Okay three very quick stories now for stop if you are on to talk. You've probably seen at least one idiot. Attempt the milk crates challenge anytime. There's a viral moment happening on the internet whose name includes the word challenge in the title. It's not something you want to be a part of at the very least. It's something stupid at worst. It's something that will kill you. Doctors are now urging people to not participate in the milk crate. Challenge if you don't know what i'm talking about. The milk crate challenge calls for the stacking of milk crates in the shape of a pyramid. You're basically creating steps so. I sat down one milk crate next to that he stack to stack three and four and then back down to three to one. So the idea is you are going to try to walk. Try to climb the milk crate stairs and then back down. The issue is the milk. Crates are very wobbly. Especially as you get higher up and people fall. They tumbled to their death. I don't know about death but people have lost teeth. Look kristie king recently recorded a video tape. Ooh sorry i farted. Let's go back to the audio. I want to hear that play back plays video. Ooh hoo quiet. Let's enhance enhance the audio video. Ooh how you could hear again enhanced further one of those farts what those parts.

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"olive" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"olive" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"The house in the kitchen eating. She sounds very weak. She's hungry she's asking her mom for lunch She enters the kitchen and Mouth kisses her aunt. That's how it works in this family. You're always. I can't make out everything she sang but it appears she has made a beautiful lunch for her daughter. I think their romanian gypsies or something. I just get that vibe anyway. The mother pours the daughter of bowl of something that is supposed to be disgusting. It ultimately ends up looking like a bowl of zoo. Potus ghana soup from olive garden. You know that that soup. What the little bits of sausage and kale in. it think. It's supposed to be vomit offering you carry so the daughter eats it. Ned immediately vomits. Oh more now. They're they're forcing her to eat the soup. They're lifting the ball to our mouth so disrespectful said you're hungry eat assu. This reminds.

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"olive" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"olive" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"With you one more time as we end the week with the friday show got a great program. Today i've got some Rather see flips to share with us cheryl say it the right way gracie yes exactly just like that. I wasn't sure how to ease in jiu these clips and then i remembered. It's been a while since we in with grant mcdonald's prolific gay morning musical artists creator of the ram ranch series of i them songs. Let's call them audio experiences as of the recording of this podcast. He's up to ram ranch number five fourteen. I feel a special kinship with grant mcdonald for a couple of reasons really one. We both can't get enough of fucking nut cowboy but and to we both produced a lot of content. I do a daily podcast. Grant has recorded over five hundred tracks detailing the same hardcore homosexual fever dream which is basically an episode of distorted view daily of like where brothers from another but fucking breeding session as the old saying goes anyway since i have a bunch of porn clips. I wanted to share with you. I thought playing one of the newest ram ranches might be a nice introduction. So here we go. This is not from ram ranch five fourteen because well to be perfectly honest. It's super annoying. Grand has discovered some extended delay reverberate setting and he's totally overusing. It imagine ten minutes of this friend boys only all shuns feel good man a he's.

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The Best Food Choices to Lower Your Blood Sugar

Dishing Up Nutrition

02:18 min | 1 year ago

The Best Food Choices to Lower Your Blood Sugar

"Talk a little bit about. Maybe the best food choices to lower that number. Yeah so yeah. A lot of our longtime listeners will know we talk about the three main macronutrients. We talk about our fats are. Proteins are carbohydrates are we. Sometimes you call them are pfc so we know that fat. Let's start with those facts like butter. Olive oil bacon grease avocado oil and other good fats. They do not have an effect on our blood sugar. In fact they so they do not raise our glucose number they actually keep. Our blood glucose stabilized in a good place. So i would encourage you to start thinking about with your meal. Start choosing those good fats and incorporating a tablespoon of some of those good natural fats and a customer. We gave some examples of things like butter olive oil avocado oil. That would be about a tablespoon otherwise about a half of an avocado is about the equivalent of a tablespoon of oil or butter And same thing about two tablespoons of peanut butter or almond butter. Those nut butters. That'll get you right in that same ballpark so we want good fats to anchor those blood sugars we want some protein in their protein affects the blood sugar a little bit but usually not very much so adding three to four ounces of some meat fish eggs at that the fat so maybe that's a couple of eggs those two ounces of pork or turkey sausage that we mentioned earlier and then we have our carbohydrates so all carbohydrates do break down into sugar in the body but some do so more than others some do so faster than others so our vegetables or or the things that we pull out of the ground tend to have a much lower effect on our blood sugar so if we combine say some of that sausage and had cooked that up in some butter put some green beans on that plate and maybe a half a cup of carrots or half a cup of black beans or half a cup of some of those leftover roasted potatoes. That's just enough to give you that. Normal blood sugar again. Give you that little boost in energy bump up that blood sugar just a little bit but not too much so that you're spiking blood sugar or that you're crashing later

Biden Can't Criticize Gov. DeSantis or Abbott When Illegal, Infected Aliens Infiltrate U.S.

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Biden Can't Criticize Gov. DeSantis or Abbott When Illegal, Infected Aliens Infiltrate U.S.

"Health policy. Check this out. Mr. President. Do you believe that? Governor DeSantis and Governor Abbott are personally making decisions that are harming their own citizens. I believe the results of their decisions are not good for their constituents. It is clear to me and to most of medical experts of the decisions being made like not allowing mass mandated school like our bad health policy. Holy Moses. How did we get stuck with this zero? Was, uh Yeah. Yeah, that's that's what he that's He believe me. He would say that if he could How did we get stuck with this guy? Bad bad health policy not to keep in mind. Rhonda Santa said nothing about masks other than you can't be legally forced to wear one. If you want to wear a mess there is I live in Florida. There is literally nothing prevented literally, not figuratively. Nothing preventing you from wearing a mask. Nothing. If you believe in mask will protect you. Where a mask. Nobody cares where seven masks where a mask as like the little olive leaf they used to put in the old paintings. I don't no one cares Where it for your underwear. I don't care what you do with the mask. Wrap it around your head. It's not where it like a ninja suit where you can just see the I remember. Show Kosugi Revenge of the Ninjas. That was a great movie. I will enter the ninja. There's where it like that. Where it on the top of your head. Paint them black. You can look like Like a ninja. I don't care what you do the math. Nobody's stopping you in Florida. Biden is just not happy that the heavy hand of government can't force you to put a mask on your face. So, he says, And I quote we're going to attack Biden and Abbott from Excuse me that by Abbott and De Santis from Texas and Florida, respectively, for quote bad health policy, why he has the southern border open and people are piling across the border. Many of them

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Are You Practicing 'Real Food Keto'?

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Are You Practicing 'Real Food Keto'?

"Today i'm talking about how to set up your kito meal plan really how to dial in your daily diet to help enhance fat burning to reduce cravings and so we look at this. I think we gotta understand as we gotta practice real food kito so we want to really focus on food that provides the most nutrients and the least amount of toxins and so with real food. Kito were prioritizing food quality. Again we want maximal nutrients minimal toxins. Were looking at grass-fed organic animal products looking at really good healthy fats. Sources like avocados olives olive oil coconut oil nuts seeds. Things got fermented vegetables getting shower crowds from pickles in our diet. Kimchi things like that. So we've got literally live foods. Foods that have good bacteria and enzymes salvador digestive system. We want really good quality seafoods. We won't wild caught seafood. We want low carb veggies fruits and herbs. So what people say. How do you eat fruit on a ketogenic diet while you certainly can do lemons and limes avocados and olives are actually fruit and possibly a little bit of berries if you are pretty well keno adapted and you're not super insulin resistant. And then herbs we want to really be able to utilize herb's herbs go underutilized in our society but adding things like basil oregano. Thyme rosemary these things are verbs are very good for our digestive system so they help reduce cramping bloating gas. They help move our bowels effectively. So we get good movement through our bowels and they're also anti-microbials they helped kill off bad bacteria yeast parasites and they support a healthy microbiomes healthy makeup of good bacteria in our gut. So be sure to try to get these herbs in your diet on a regular

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Tom Brady Is a Dork

The Dan Bongino Show

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Tom Brady Is a Dork

"So watching Tom Brady at the White House now you know up there. He just cracked a joke about their You know, 40% of people don't believe we want a Super Bowl. You know, President Biden, you know a little bit about that dead dork. We always stop Brady. You guess I don't care. I don't care at all The guys claim to fame is like I don't eat olives their night shades. He wouldn't go to the White House when Trump was there. Why? Why not? What was wrong with Trump? He didn't like the whole growing economy, tax cuts thing. You didn't like that the whole America first stuff Now, all of a sudden, you go to the White House. Oh, don't say they benched. Tom Brady. Oh, thank God. Just so I don't watch it. I don't care. I don't care One bid, but I'm sure Tom Brady doesn't give a damn about me either. So the feeling's mutual You think that joke is funny, really? Whether so you go to the White House now that Biden's every now when Trump said, you take a political shot to appeal to the lowest common denominator. The Biden supporters out there. Look, we're making fun of trump and what, what it to work. Hired these

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Novak Djokovic to Face Matteo Berrettini in Wimbledon Final

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Novak Djokovic to Face Matteo Berrettini in Wimbledon Final

"Once again on the verge of history. Novak Djokovic serves down the center. That's what champions do they serve aces and they're into another Wimbledon finally slashes his chest. The dream of 1/20 Grand Slam title is firmly alive was the call today on Wimbledon radio as Djokovic, a straight sets winner in his semifinal win over Canada's Dennis Shampoo of Olive Djokovic moves into the Wimbledon final, where he will take on Italy's Matteo Beretta. Teeny on Sunday, Djokovic seeking a record 20th career Grand slam that would tie him with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, for the most all time and in the NBA, former Wizards

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Angelina Jolie's Is Lying Through Her Teeth

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Angelina Jolie's Is Lying Through Her Teeth

"But let's take a look at how miserable Angelina is these days and what has become the longest divorce of our lives. Lately, she filed papers that have to do with their French wine vineyard chateau Mia la. Miraval. Apparently, she wants to be rid of her ownership in the castle and the vineyard, the vineyard where they make their own rose wine, and their own extra virgin olive oil. I thought the olive oil endeavor was a joke because the words extroversion should not be anywhere near Angelina Jolie. They shouldn't be associated with her extra slutty olive oil, maybe. The backstory is, back in 2008, Brad nanji, they saw it in three year lease on chantel miraval. They bought it three years later for $67 million. Three years after that, they get married. Now, these days, Brad is way more into it than she is. So it makes sense that she wants out of the business. And she said in court papers that she's tried to sell Brad, her part of the business for years, but you know what? They can't come to an agreement on the price. Well, I think we would have figured that. What can they agree on? And since she couldn't make a deal with Brad, she found some third party person who has agreed to buy her out. The problem is that an automatic temporary restraining order was put on the transfer of assets when they filed for divorce. So, Angie wants the court to lift the restraining order so she can complete the deal with this new buyer. And she just filed documents that asked the judge to lift the order on the transfer of their assets, which was put in place automatically when their divorce paperwork got on the way. And the answer she's interested in the loading is the French winery company. And it's kind of a standard thing courts do in cases like these. But according to her lawyers, they've tried to work this out with Brad, they want to avoid a formal hearing, but Brad's side hasn't gotten back to them. And Angie's afraid that if she doesn't complete this deal soon, the new buyer's gonna back out. And she claims in court papers that the chateau miraval was solely hers to begin with because she bought it before they got married. Bullshit. She's actually been trying to unload her part of the vineyard for a while. Listen to me right now. Angelina is lying through her teeth. She was never the sole owner of miraval or the winery, her people are harassing anybody who dares to counter this spin. It's so insane, it's not even

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Squeezed (MM #3750)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Squeezed (MM #3750)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've been doing a lot of reading about the middle class, I fall into the middle class and I'm feeling very frustrated at times because I don't think I'm getting ahead quite like I want to and as the end of my lifetime comes about in the next twenty, thirty four years, whatever it happens to be, I still want to be able to survive and enjoy life. At the same time, what we're seeing is the squeeze of the middle class. Right now, we're in the world of The Haves and the Have Nots. What we're finding is a lot of middle class oriented businesses. Like restaurants, they're being squeezed as well. Restaurants that were normal. Go to is for people, like the Olive Garden, TGI Fridays, Applebee's. Many of them have been squeezed downsized and been forced to re-evaluate their situation because the middle class, the people who liked getting a good meal and a good value aren't using those types of restaurants anymore, because they've had to realign their budgets. They're going for more of the fast-casual, not as much serve, but cheaper prices, it's not right, it's not fair, it's just reality. And we've all got to figure out a way to survive.

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Squeezed (MM #3750)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Squeezed (MM #3750)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've been doing a lot of reading about the middle class, I fall into the middle class and I'm feeling very frustrated at times because I don't think I'm getting ahead quite like I want to and as the end of my lifetime comes about in the next twenty, thirty four years, whatever it happens to be, I still want to be able to survive and enjoy life. At the same time, what we're seeing is the squeeze of the middle class. Right now, we're in the world of The Haves and the Have Nots. What we're finding is a lot of middle class oriented businesses. Like restaurants, they're being squeezed as well. Restaurants that were normal. Go to is for people, like the Olive Garden, TGI Fridays, Applebee's. Many of them have been squeezed downsized and been forced to re-evaluate their situation because the middle class, the people who liked getting a good meal and a good value aren't using those types of restaurants anymore, because they've had to realign their budgets. They're going for more of the fast-casual, not as much serve, but cheaper prices, it's not right, it's not fair, it's just reality. And we've all got to figure out a way to survive.

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Producer Candice Madsen Discusses Her Investigation Into the Joyce Yost Murder

Cold

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Producer Candice Madsen Discusses Her Investigation Into the Joyce Yost Murder

"Probably as mentioned in the episode. I received this letter from doug level. And i his name just did not ring a bell back to thousand fifteen. I was actually a news producer. A show producer for ksl. So i had produced countless newscasts where he was featured but the name didn't ring a bell. I was flattered. Obviously when you get reaction to this time out you were flattered by getting a letter from an intermittent. She didn't know know. Okay yeah so. I mean it was a very nice you know. The written the written letter didn't really even. I don't even think it mentioned the murder. The the pamphlet did but the actual handwritten letter was just an inmate. That said you know. Thank you so much for raising awareness about suicide prevention. And so i think hey you know. I'm glad that this message is reaching anyone that needs help so i actually had. I think i put it on my private instagram account or was telling a friend about it and she said. Don't you know who that is. And she's an attorney. And i said no and then i googled the name and i admit i was horrified Because i mean the crime is horrific. But then i thought how come i don't know about this crime and i knew you know once it's like okay. I know the name. He's on death. Row he to the crime. It's kind of you know end of story but then at the time. So i'm you know there's the news coverage because he's in the news because he's trying to get all these witnesses appeal and the appeals and everything but i thought where's the story about what he did and then i couldn't find anything about joyce i mean there was when i'm google. Lean his name pulls up. But i think i may be found one or two articles that told the story of joyce and that really bothered me and i think also i felt a connection with joyce i mean. We're about the same age. We're both single. This horrible crime happens to her. And i kind of felt like she was forgotten. And then you know when i start diving into the case and when i got when i put in the request to get the records right and i started reading the accounts and the testimonies and rhonda's involvement in olive that was just equally kind of horrifying to me. And so that's what i thought. Gosh you know this. When i start having a conversation about what is this and i had the same reaction as you i. I couldn't boot up joyce or remember what level had

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The Keto Mediterranean Diet

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:26 min | 1 year ago

The Keto Mediterranean Diet

"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

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The Miracle of the Sun

Unexplained Mysteries

02:01 min | 1 year ago

The Miracle of the Sun

"On a spring day in nineteen sixteen. A trio of children from the village of fatima headed out to the countryside with a flock of sheep. Nine year old lucia let her two cousins eight year old francisco and six. Jesse enter into the rich pasture. Land outside of their town deuce was daily routine for the three kids. Their families were shepherds and the children's spent most of their days with the sheep. They played games and cheese each other around the fields. It was a peaceful mostly uneventful life. Children and their families were devout catholics every morning before breakfast francisco and just jessica would say their prayers. Lucia carried a rosary with her into the passenger on this particular morning. It started to drizzle while the children watched the flock so they decided to hike up to a nearby cave and wait for the rain to pass in the cave. The kids took lunch break which included saying their prayers before breaking bread not long afterward gusts of wind began to shake the olive trees outside of the cave startled by the severity of the breeze. That children peaked outside to witness the storm but there was no storm as the kids stood in the mouth of the cave. The sky cleared in a blinding lights suddenly appeared above the nearby trees. The children were confused. The like wasn't coming from the sun and it didn't look like anything they'd ever seen but one thing was certain delight was coming toward them as it got closer. The kids saw take on a familiar shape until they could distinctly make out a human face then. The lights spoke. The children were terrified by its deep masculine voice. Little just seemed to start to cry. But the eldest lucia bravely stepped forward to protect her cousins.

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"olive" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"olive" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"They went the other way so. Cd has helped tremendously. And i'm sitting buckled up in. My lap has helped a lot and now she's he's good to go but we do take short breaks in the car and know it's a long road trip and let her get out and sniff around and again the treats always having treats when she's jumping in the car and out and and now she will sleep and be relaxed but this took three years. You just mentioned. She's done some commercials. Can you just lightly so touch on that. Yeah she's done well big show. Oh she's done so many things she's a great. He is a really really great dog. That wants to make you happy. Especially if you have a treat in your hand and so she's always been really good in training classes and she's done photo shoots for all kinds of things tesla for different resorts for photographers for different pet food. Companies health and beauty products. There's there's so many and now with social media people just reach out and they just would love to use a clip. That i've shot of olive. So she's done lots and lots and lots of of things. I think the most recent tv show she did was the beverly hills dog show and they had all the celebrity pets there doug the pug was there and it was a big big famous dog show and amend. They had celebrity guests. That was fun. And she's done a few things with the purina pro plan agility. They do a big Like an olympics for dogs and they have served on petitions and a big parties and she just comes as a celebrity guest. Actually i get invited as a blogger to cover it and an olive can come and ends up stealing the show. So does she have on social media. No i didn't do that because she's really inspired my brand and we started to but then it was just too much to keep up and pretty much what i the whole reason i'm here is because of her and my blog is a little bit different. I do give a lot of health and wellness and training tips. But it's not the same kind of dry tips that you see on every that website or product website mine are personal stories and so bad kind of her her tribute and her social media. That usually anytime i recommend something. I have a personal story about olive or another dog But usually it's olive to include. So yeah just want to let people know where i can have a look at those. It's called the weekly front and it's on all the social media platforms and there's videos. There is a free weekly blog that you can subscribe to that goes out on all the social media platforms and its syndicated in a lot of different publications and it's everything. Sometimes i do a profile on a really unique pet story But typically it's it's a health tip. It's the best training tips or what to do how to avoid bee stings. That was this week. there's the abc's of cbd how to select a good cbd product. In what what. It.

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"olive" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"olive" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"That's a little bit unusual is if you want a very relaxed. Zen dog starts with you and food and exercise are super important. You don't have to overdo it but just getting out in the fresh air and throwing a ball or if you have an older dog or they have mobility issues just putting them in a buggy or wagon and taking them on a safari and just getting for australia. You're going to do that. I did that during covid working from home or you have a dog that it. They're just not ready to be out yet. Hiding little things in letting them do knows tracking and and sniffing things. There's a lot you can do physically in your home. That's appropriate for all ages and stages of dogs. Cbd has been my secret sauce. I have been using. Cbd's since people didn't even know what that was and were confusing it with medical marijuana and eight way drug. And i'm going to have a dog on. Opiates and and actually it has been a lifesaver in calming down and keeping an anxious pets not just for the fourth of july but keeping them balanced and you can use cbd for everything from highly anxious dog. That's barking allied or or as fearful to Dogs that are are suffering from from pain due to aging or or a medical condition and just like food. There's as many types of cbd at literally as there are food. So i just i caution people to make sure that you do your due diligence on cd a bad. Cbd is not going to be potent and can be dangerous so make sure that your vetting your products really understand. There's not that much regulation in not at all and that's one of the things that i can certainly point people in the right direction because i have vetted my products thoroughly. I've used them on hundreds of dogs and I'd be more than happy to at least help people with What to look for and how to vet a company or point them to the companies that i use than they can be assured. They're they're going to get good things and that. That should help a lot with all of you mentioned that the she's had a few different toys and things as their particular taught of toy that you would say her favorite there is and this is called They're called multi pet. And that's who sells this toy. And when i brought this home this became my new go-to and you can't see it but it's a little stuffed. I'm pulling it in from the app. She hides these because there is no great but they have. This is a little cow. I guess you can see it. If your videos on that same move up there she goes through and that the ducks quack they of pigs and those have been the most fun and comforting and she takes that into her little crate and just cuddles with it and chews on it and that's been a really comforting toy Also there's they sell them. I forget the brand but they have a little bit of fair. Ramon that you can actually put on the stuffed toy. And that's the hormone that the mommy gives off. So it's a very calming relaxing hormone. That's in the toy and it. It really soothing to to the dogs so i i use those two when olives had a big day or i do a lot of events for my work so sometimes that can be a lot of energy and a lot of other dogs and those are nice. Nice little kind of grounding things to do with olive when we get back us the you play a little games with olive..

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"olive" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"olive" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"I just knew kind of the pug temperament and the rescue dog temperament. Which is you're saving their life and they're gonna be forever grateful and she was anything but a content relax dog. She was very traumatized and she was also super super cute she was tiny little black pug puppy and everybody just went crazy for her and we live down at the beach and there's a lot of other pets and dogs especially and i quickly saw that she was very very akashi could be very aggressive if she felt threatened an insecure so i really had to diligently train her and get to know her situation and how best to to relax of very traumatized anxious dog and i guess that's that's what inspired my blog is to teach other pet owners some simple easy things that might save the life of their pet and certainly will save them a lot of money in vet bills and so i encourage people to to reach out or tune in or visit my website. The weekly runs. Because i have a lot of great resources on food and natural remedies and first and foremost what your your podcast is is having a well-balanced happy and relaxed dog was was was all the aggression towards just a dog dog or was it a dog dog person as well. It's always it's never people it's always other dogs. It's professionals call it resource guarding and if olive feels threatened like her food or her toys or her attention from the pack leader is threatened she would be basically attack. You know as best she could. She's a little tiny pug so but still she would growl and get away. And i had to learn to read her body language and learn about signs of stress and so that i don't put her in positions that are too much for her. And that's another thing. I i would love to share with your listeners One of the things i hear is that people think that rescue shelter dogs can often come with. Well they're damaged goods and they can come with a lot of problems and that just isn't the case a lot of times it simply neglect. Or they haven't gotten the proper training and they can be the best dog you've ever had all avoid regan puppy and she came with more issues than a lot of dogs that i've seen that are older..

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"olive" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"olive" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"I was really in a very low depression. I mean talk about an empty nester. i add ethin- i. My daughter was an actress. So i was her talent manager and i helped her a lot in her career and i was very involved with her cheerleading and dance and all the things she did it school and And then we did with the dog the dog that we had raisin. He was therapy doghan. Tv shows and became quite a celebrity. Pug and and i just i couldn't come to grips and my husband did not want another dog. He said you know could be could be years. Before we finish paying off these vet bills from raisin and i would just like to at least get through the holidays before you start begging me to to bring in another dog and i agree to that. And then we'd gone on vacation of well vacation for me in a business trip for him. And i got a text alert pretty much right after agreeing that no dogs. Until after the holidays and the text alerts showed a little pug that had looked just like raisin at two years old and the soonest. i could race out of that hotel room and tell my husband. I was going to get a manny petty. I raced over to the shelter to look for this. Pug and i didn't get any further as to how i was gonna pug back into and convince my husband but when i got to the shelter that cage it said pug unavailable and as i turned around to walk back out to the front desk and ask i heard this whimpering and i thought oh there's there's a problem and i turned around and when i walked back. I saw olives. And she was literally in her cage putting her paw going and whimpering and her. And i said i i your life is going to change. I will be back and i am going to to take care of you. And so thankfully. That's how i came to get olive and that was six years ago in november. And i guess how it how it applies to your show the relaxed dog. And congratulations by the way on fifty episodes. That's arguable. i got olive home. And i learned so much through my first pug and then watching olive. Olive was a little puppy but she was so badly abused and traumatized. I'm she had lived in a little airline under the seat crate and was a breeder dog and was horribly abused and when i got her home she was afraid of everything. I don't think she came out from under the table for for a while and she would vomit and shake. And i wasn't used to this..

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"olive" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"olive" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"That with everyone. People don't realize that you think we should a lot of great information on that. But i wanna do to answer your questions. You so food for me is life is is how i always describe it life in in terms of what i do for a living on a daily basis. What i need what. All of us need to do every day. We need to eat food to to to live to continue on to have the energy to do the things we love in life. So for me food and extra virgin olive oil in particular is my life in my passion and i always every day when i wake up. Consider myself lucky to be someone that absolutely love. What do and someone who look forward to getting up every morning to take on the date professionally doing what they love Furthermore as i as. I hope i zoom in this call is i enjoy. Educating people about I it really is the simple grid superfood available to us. The health benefits are just endless. And it just seems as more time goes on maria. The more health benefits that come out whether it be the fight against alzheimer's whether it be good for your skin whether it be how good the mediterranean diet as overall is for your health You know if you ever see those blue zones they talk about. The blue zones is where people live the longest. And it's always in the places where it's the mediterranean diet that is that is most prevalent. Yes that's actually olive. Oil is is the only wielded. I use my kitchen. Because of that. Because i tend to i try to keep a healthy version of food. I tried to keep it healthier in you know in in a in a good sense and from all my research olive oil is the you know always comes out as far superior to anything else so you are absolutely right and thanks for bringing that out also salvatore. Where can people purchase this or find it online. Or so one. More point i will add. Yes go ahead maria. And i think you're gonna loving going to start saying it yourself. Yeah extra virgin olive. Oil is the ultimate embodiment of the mediterranean diet. It's at the core of the diet so that just really ties abo- on what we're saying here. Yeah and i think it's just The old saying the proof is in the pudding right. Yeah extra-virgin olive. Oil is is really the the ultimate bottom in the diet. So you know with that being said. I think the the i think your listeners very excited to try the product that you know. Take take home what we discussed here today. So in regards to my product my bono product gonna o. Which you held up in our facebook live. Call your not long ago. Our product is available on amazon. It's available at whole foods nationally. And i will tell you we have a website. Www dot bono usa inc dot com on our website. There's a store locator very up-to-date advanced store locator which you could plug in my current location or your zip code whichever you'd like and it will tell you within a radius of your location where you could buy. So if you're in the northeast it'll tell you wegman's and stop and shop and whole foods and and kings and bellucci's i draw on the west coast. You got vons and pavilions in bristol farms if you're in texas in central market You know if you're new louisiana where rouse's so if you're in seattle we're safeway so on and on and on based off your location you could very easily see midwest where mayer so. I'm just naming. Some of the bigger. A whole foods is national. So that's always something very easy to say on the pole. And yes so again. Use a store locator on our website. Www dot boehner. Usa dot com cre-. Yes because we're saying olive oil. Olive oil is healthy but again as we pointed out it has to be a high quality olive oil because not all olive oils are equal. So you know you're not gonna find many out there with a A number that you can trace late. Bruno has in the back. And you know you can trace everything about it and and something that's produced lake an artist you know as an artisan olive oil. That's really the key. I think to getting something. That's healthy for you. Which i know you'll agree and and You know. I know you guys are doing that with bono olive oil. So you're keeping it you know it's definitely high quality. I just want to ask you real quick so you sent me. Oh these ultra delicious preserves lemons and do you guys also have that on your website. Yes so god a. We are a sicilian extra virgin olive oil company based in sicily ryan base in sicily. We always want to give back to the land and and focus on the land so with that being said we have sicilian Another thing that's very popular. Famous and good in sicily is the citrus fruits november such as roots march lemon and blood orange namely so we decided to do was launch alongside our olive oil three beautiful Freshly pressed made from fresh fruit. More ganic marmalades orange limited blood orange another excellent product. We have it is also on. Our website is also on our store locator and a lot of the stores that carry our oil carrier marmalade. How okay yeah. And i really recommend days are so good for you. Also all luton my gosh but it was really a plus i you know. I was looking forward to the ottawa. But when i saw that it was like oh well so yes because they haven't had a chance to enjoy a blood orange in italy for quite some time now because of all this. That was great salad to hold up anymore. Thank you so much and indefinitely people need to. You need to try this olive oil. it is just. I can't describe it. You just have to go out there and try thank salvator. We'll be in touch shortly and come back on your show. Marie this finale. Yes definitely yes. Keep me posted on anything. Also okay salvator take. Ar thank you..

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"olive" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"olive" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"Shoreline will come back to us and other areas world history everywhere so for a little ancient history about the olive the connection between athens and the olive dates back to the famous competition between a thema and her uncle poseidom. The city was to be named after the deity who offered the most useful gifts to its citizens. Poseidon struck his trident into the rock of the acropolis. Creating saltwater sprang while athena planted an olive tree the citizens chose athena's gift and named city athens. Even today i mean the saltwater spring would have been great to short like even today an olive tree stands on the acropolis. And the ereck theon. The ancient greek temple again mattress visit. The right sounds right to me. Okay been wiped stands on the spot struck by poseidon's trident so certain hall of trees or stumps were regarded as sacred in athens and across the country. Sign if anyone damaged or removed one of these their punishment was death. Oh yeah later is various fourth century bc. The punishment was reduced used to exile and loss of possessions. So they had to like leave. You prolonged then worth yet really. Hundreds of years later a law passed in the sixth century to forbade to forbid. Excuse me expert of all agricultural products except olive oil. I think cemented way back then. The importance of this export for centuries to come entering so oil was a precious commodity and was able to be praised high for trade across the mediterranean world. Today greece's the third largest exporter of oil may be comes is this i would. I would actually thought. I know as i. I wonder where else california italy italy. Italy is also a mediterranean. Were yeah a france stressful. I never seen french. Although but maybe mom i do see some kind of how that just because we're in state sign out that we see that mostly probably she ever great italy. The tylenol oil. Oh yeah yeah okay so long ago. The olive branches may deform a wreath and awarded to victorious athletes at the olympic games. The guy he got fourteen hundred. Yeah you'd think he maybe through your they're all like all maybe you could date.

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"olive" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"olive" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

"Many people can't be wrong. So you should start getting right treat yourself to the happy meal or big Mac today. It's the way of the people is the way back on track in your life. Families do this applebee's versus versus off garden, which is better and why all right we got Mike from fairmount in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. What is Mike? He says even though Olive Garden is about as authentically Italian as Sushi. Do they do have unlimited SUV. Bristles. Okay so many guests. By the Syntax of his sentence, he is picking, Olive Garden. Based on unlimited soon, breath six. But he is admitting that all garden. Is Not Italian. I guess my head when he wrote this. As, Italian. As Sushi, I just automatically put my brain leg. Yes. Sushi is authentically Japanese says like I don't know what? You're trying to say aren't Super Italian I guess he's trying to say the opposite. But is not I think it's kind of Italian. There's a time people will like it. Maybe this time if you aren't Italian another imposters who knows. Funny though that all garden narrowly known for. Their olives. Right like they should have an olive bar. Or have more Allah forward dishes did you not? Know for literally giving you nonstop residents in soup. Which is pretty pod you know a uses od on carbs cranes. which is your prerogative it's a move you can do. With agency in your life. So Og Olive Garden. They are offering that applebee's not offer that. So if you. If you love if you hate Atkins and you love..

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"olive" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"olive" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Is the Olive Garden? Number one in our Seyni to go. At look everyone now more than ever is doing their part to bring smiles to faces as they have for years, Um yeah, and like some of these like you know, P, r, stunt, things are just this one is such. A Hey fell it reeks of hey, fellow kids kind of like marketing that it's just hilarious I. Love Olive Garden. Yes, it is these spot for teenagers to feel like they're balling to be like Oh. Let's go like fifteen sixteen trump have enough to eat olive garden. We will pretend we can tip after this meal and then when the bill comes, everyone's like what no right! Yeah! I went on like an anniversary date. In high school to Olive, Garden. Shit Yeah. Thank you for the Hospitality Yano. The day of the apparently they refer to themselves as quote. The unofficial prepo Prom restaurant, which actually kind of tracks with my own experiences being like. Yeah, yeah, we'll hit the olive garden G so now. They're doing like again doing their part because in these difficult times now more than ever, they wanNA. Bring us together. Coronavirus panic all. I'm so glad I. Have My back. I feel good. Hash Olive Garden Prom basically they're saying. Kids can take a picture by themselves like someone takes a photo you in your prom outfit, and then they're date. Do the same thing, and then if you submit it together with the Hashtag, someone will stitch the photos together and make it seem like the last thirty load employees. To I hope that they're I mean I hope that their hourly rate is good for doing horrible task? This is also what's even worse is some like? They have an APP where you can do, they have downloadable Rom breadstick bouquets feature so those like Wednesday can. Lay on top of the photo with things like Cava toppy queen or Princess Parmesan and stick bay. This is still less embarrassing to me than John. krasinski weird. Youtube channel so. Yeah! Wow I got raise it the last time I made fun of Congress Weird Youtube Channel, but guess what it's fucking weird. I'm with you on that I. Haven't I can't bring myself to watch it because I'm like I don't WanNa hear from John Krasinski outside of a me. Why don't want office definitely don't want, did he? He did a prom episode of his creepy Youtube Channel I'm just like I, don't. Don't need this. I will say like all these food companies are getting in trouble for taking small business bailout money like shake shack tacos money. They had to give it back. Ruth's Chris took it real garden. Not taking that bail out there helping teens during this troubling dark time. We're in this together cheesecake factory. We don't need the. We don't need the bailout. We're just not gonNA pay rent and you're. Like. What are you, GonNa, do landlord. She's cake factory. There untouched. You're going to do to US I. Know I'm being overly sympathetic to them but I just. I would go to Olive Garden Prom before I go to junkers, inskeep from if it comes to that that's where that's where my loyalty lies. All everybody's GonNa have to choose your side when the revolution comes. That would tip off the revolution cheesecake factory getting addicted. That's when people fucking rise up. And Comrade cheesecake factory. God people love that John Krizan ski show so much the. Good. But. It makes sense so it. It's so transparent on its surface. Why People Watch like it's he like any idea? Anyone would have know what people could really use right now. Something you can watch. That doesn't isn't going to stress you out that put a smile on your face, and then you can go back to your cruel world, but like I'm just too cynical to be like I don't want that I. Want to watch more Oz. They're. Better Than Jack Ryan. Exactly exactly what I'm saying, speaking of Hey, fellow kids marketing tactics, so stay them you've probably heard. has like this damn near killed twitter persona. Stay calm, damn near killed They have this twitter persona where they're like really dark, and they're like friendly reminder and times of uncertainty, misinformation anecdotes are not data like saying things that are actually true in sort of an angsty way where it's like us. That's so weird that it's coming from stake on the company that sells shitty fake meat. Well, it turns out. It's the work of the marketing firm that they hired which probably pretty obvious, but the firm's owner got their twenty eight year old son. Nathan to write the tweets Papa according to Nathan. The quote brand features like how was a family owned frozen meat company built by the Working Class, which isn't true. We'll get to that, but. Yeah, and he says he tries to personify the brand using his own thoughts and. Quote Adaptable Human esque style. That's. His is like nate. You're depressed, right? Here here. OFF TIKTOK and get into my company's account. Give you the log in for the stadium shooter. Hold on, hold on hold on. Just to where you normally would. Rise the account has took elenio bullshit. Yeah, like something about his bitch. Ex girlfriend yet like at some point is in Nathan, GonNa slip up and forget. He's logged into the meltdown. It's coming. It's definitely going through his stage. OR STAGE DEAD OF A. Company, owner, his dad, his employer, who's like. Coordinate this shit like you madge relationship is like between them. What is this shit? This is what they liked that everybody said helping him with like legal notepads filled with tweet like drafts like none of days. Good, Are, not Schulman Esq enough. More human. Is it? Is there's a debt. The Dad says it kind of I. Hope that they still live together. They have breakfast together and he's like. I really love your work but I would love if you mentioned steak once like. Just fucking want so. Their ultimate goal is obviously to sell stadiums which like that's literally like poison, so that's that's one thing that like I hadn't really thought about what. was just knew it. As like a wonderful thing not. Is it for people? It started when a person who's like family business was a meet shipping realize that they could form the emulsified meat product that is comprised of beef trimmings leftover after the animal is slaughtered, and all the primary cuts such as tenderloin, fillet and rib eye are removed. So this is like the leftovers. The is money on the ground. The, most five meat is pressed into a loaf and sliced, frozen and packaged, and then they turn it into stake him. Yes, so the son of Meat Packer invented a log of beef byproducts, which has dad promptly threw at him shouting nobody is ever going to buy this shit. And then they sold this quote. Unquote family company at Heinz back in one thousand nine hundred eighty, but I do like the stadium started with a terrible father, son, relationship and Is Now ending with one company tradition. Then there is someone who tried to start a rumor that that Guy Nathan was the son of David Koresh. In Waco. Could be fucking true though awful ATF. F. B. I. Raid ended like eighty people dying that they were saying that. Trying to say that dated was the son of David Koresh and people were like. Yeah, that makes sense Yep. Wow, wow, wow, contracts! I have a entire epic screenplay that. I wrote in my early twenties about the son. Of David Koresh. Killing. A Santa Universities Style.

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"olive" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:46 min | 3 years ago

"olive" Discussed on No Agenda

"Just for the grand actually. Don't post as much as I used to just because even the comments give me anxiety sometimes years so hung up on what people are like. You're kind of forgetting about really what was instagram. All about to again. What instagram's experiment could soon become a reality for? Everyone like it or not there so I don't know if that's because they can't handle displaying. The number of likes seem into want to display it for the. Let me stop you before you go on with that thesis. Because I think quite possibly could be taking a bit of the load off and I'll tell you a story is the person that told me this. And apparently this goes news all the time but most of the CEO's of airlines don't fly on their airlines anymore but they used to and this guy was a friend of mine and apparently this happened a lot. There was a guy that used to be the CEO. Of American Airlines Crawford Kramer or something like that. He was a very famous. CEO has blowhard and he was. The Guy was talking about the first class. He's talking to him. He says well you know the food used to be better later and this and this guy the CEO says you know we used to put to olives on this meal and we only put one olive von now and that saved US three million dollars a year. No kidding and you take this one and this and this little things do add up and I believe I believe that that scales right to these these systems and so they have to. They had the little thing like taking the likes off probably saves them a lot of server space and it saves them some computation and I think it probably does take a enough is like taking the olive off. It's like it's the olive theory theory. Lee Oliver Well Cardi B. Ochre. Who isn't authority when it comes to instagram? And she's very successful. She's she has is a lot wealthier than we are She has some. She posted an instagram. She posted something to us inside the story instead story about the lives and she talks weird but she's worth listening to because she's still approaching this from a mental health is perspective not the olive theory But she she makes a good comment about some other changes. That have occurred to instagram. which she feels have ruined the a product and she's an expert being rockies announced on instagram? Away is my my opinion on from the beginning we have an making the beginning of Iran and was as long as you can see pictures. Think back victim and took a weird sermon was when people harm means when you the priming or reply bank I people started at the same nasty being outta hand. You know. It's hard to listen to. But she's making a good point that instagram used to be just you. You post a picture and there was a list of comments underneath now. You can comment on comments and you can like comments and I think that may be more important important is if you have to display account shoot. Youtube doesn't even update their counseling. Real time we know that I it may just be an all of problem. It certainly it certainly very disruptive for and that's it's in a way it's like with by the way I had in his. I have an instagram account. I had one. I've had one for says early inception of the service but it's on on some old phone. I've never ever even posted anything but I go there once. Well Look People's pictures or something along those lines but I didn't know they were letting you like comments. It's yeah I don't know I checked it this morning so it is possible but yeah you can like comments another still not G as we had kerfuffle car foll- now every every company in Silicon Valley wants to be your bank. I think we've we've mentioned this for several years. Now that is always the ultimate and now we we know that Google plans to offer checking accounts. Face bag wants to give you face bag. The balloons and everyone wants to be your bank and not only that they wanna be your medical provider and this one I have your whole life and you're holding that in your hands with that stupid smartphone which you should throw away you really and I have some on Sunday. I have some thoughts for people who want to live the Otiji lifestyle L. Hiking get into it cost effectively and how it will if you have phone addiction which most of us do How it will save you from that? And so I'm working on a little segment but the latest FAFA L- was the apple credit card which is back office by Goldman Sachs Who by the way are ERC? Did they didn't get the credit for it. They kind of happy. Now I think because Well the AL goes that are determining credit limits are are biased apple calls simple and secure credit card created by metabank but apple and partner Goldman Sachs are now accused of gender bias software developer and millionaire David Heino Meyer Hansen says he and his wife Cher assets and income but apple cart gave him a credit line. Twenty Twenty Times higher than hers. Even though she has a higher credit score it seemed very discriminatory that I would get twenty times the credit limit even though our stats with the same Goldman says a computer algorithm made the decision when Hanson vented on twitter. Social media erupted with similar stories. Even the man who co-founded Apple Steve Wozniak says he got ten times. The credit limit that his wife Janet God was so low I could barely phone Arab plane ticket and I buy all of his plane tickets Eh. Always think in terms of assets and income and it's the same for both of us and that should determine your credit worthiness Goldman Sachs. APPLE'S FINANCIAL PARTNER SAYS Gender and marital status are not factors. We look at an individual's income and an individual's credit worthiness which includes factors like personal credit scores. How much debt you have? And how that debt has been managed consumer advocates say algorithm bias. is nothing new. We've seen it in housing. We've seen it in hiring we've seen thank healthcare tonight. The WOZNIAK say Goldman Sachs's offer to increase Janet limit as New York state regulators. Look into whether this credit card algorithm has an illegal illegal gender bias. First of all I find it very sad. That people are actually angry about how much in debt they can go. I just incredibly really sad I mean get it get a debit card if you want no limit if you've got the money but okay or get an American Express card or it's just you know arguing. Aw Oh I'm so great I can go up to one hundred thousand dollars in debt. Okie dokie good on you. Of course if you really want to know what's going on if you want the true through answers and technology we all know there's only one queen it's gotta be carriage Swisher. Who could tell us what's really going on? Really kind of speaks to the fact that yes and algorithm involves computers involves machines.

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"olive" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"olive" Discussed on No Agenda

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