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Do Produce-Saver Products Really Keep Food Fresh Longer?

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

07:27 min | 2 months ago

Do Produce-Saver Products Really Keep Food Fresh Longer?

"My friend gary rights. I've been seeing ads for products that claim to absorb ethylene which allows produce to last longer to these products. Work would baking soda or activated charcoal. Do the same thing. I think we've all had the disheartening experience of having to throw away expensive fruits and vegetables because we didn't use them up quickly enough. No one likes to waste money of course but there's even more at stake with food waste we throw away. Shocking percentage of the food that we produce which is especially tragic when you consider how many people around the world experience hunger on a daily basis hunger and food. Insecurity is not just an issue in developing nations here in the united states the richest nation in the world within ten percent of households typically struggle to put food on the table and that number has increased by sixty six percent just since the beginning of the covid nineteen pandemic right now. Fifty million americans including seventeen million children do not have enough to eat on a regular basis. No matter where you live if you are lucky enough as i have been to have weathered this year long crisis without worrying about whether you'd be able to feed yourself and your family. Perhaps you will join me in donating to your local food bank or an organization like feeding america dot org. And if you or someone you know is experiencing hunger or food insecurity. You don't have to go it alone if you are in the. Us feeding america dot org can help. Connect you with resources in your area. Food waste is also a major player in climate change. Rotting food is responsible for almost ten percent of greenhouse gas emissions globally. In fact if oud waste were country it would come in third after the united states and china in terms of impact on global warming and fresh produce about a third of all the food that we throw away all of which is to say if a ten dollar product can keep us from throwing away so much food it would be money well spent and i'm happy to report that there is some solid science to support them but their usefulness maybe just a bit more targeted than the marketing sometimes suggests ethylene is a harmless gas. That's released or exhaled if you will buy fruits and vegetables. In general ethylene. Production increases as fruits ripen. And turn accelerates the ripening process so when we put unripe fruit in paper bag the idea is to trap some of that ethylene. That's being given off by the produce and use it to hasten the ripening process this works especially well for apricots bananas mangoes tomatoes avocados and melons. They're all particularly sensitive to ethylene gas. But once fruit is ripe continued exposure to ethylene can cause the fruit to become overripe and start to rot. Ethylene can also speed the decline of other types of produce according to horticultural scientist kathleen brown of penn state university at the lean can cause carrots and parsnips to get bitter broccoli and kale to turn yellow cucumbers and summer squash to get soft and mushy asparagus to turn tough apples to get mealie and lettuce to wilt herbs such as parsley and mint are also particularly sensitive to ethylene gas now low temperatures across the board reduce plants sensitivity to at the lane so just keeping produce refrigerated will help to preserve it for example if your avocados get ripe before you need them. You can hold them for a few days by putting them in the fridge. I find it most effective to move them into the fridge when they're still maybe a day short of fully ripe because some ripening will continue in the fridge but it goes much more slowly in addition you can use something to absorb ethylene gas. Today's episode supported by hair food. Hair food believes in feeding your hair like you. Feed your body with simple clean and nourishing ingredients it. Produces the softest and silk strands. You can imagine hair. Food offers different collections for every hair type and feature like the nourishing collection infused with the essences of coconut milk and chai spice for soft and healthy strands. It nourishes while it cleanses leaving your hair silky smooth and you won't believe how good it smells. It's like a warm mug of coconut milk. Chai plus haircut is always free of sulfates parabens dyes and mineral oils. I know i always appreciate products. That do a great job in smell. Good while they're doing it. So if you wanna feed your hair. Delicious nourishing ingredients feed it hair food. All their products are under ten dollars. And you can find them at amazon walmart and zeolite is a complex of minerals including aluminum and silica. That's highly absorbent. It's used as drying agent to suck moisture out of the air. This is also the stuff that makes clumping cat litter work but it also absorbs ethylene. Gas zero lights are widely used by food growers shippers and retailers to extend the life of fruits and vegetables in transit by slowing down the ripening process produce saving products that you may have seen in the consumer marketplace such as the green produce bags or the hollow ball. That you place in the crisper drawer of your fridge contain zeolite. And they are effective at absorbing lean and they can prevent types of spoilage. The bags are reusable but they do eventually lose their effectiveness. You can also buy a rechargeable zeolite filled ball to place in your crisper drawer to absorb ethylene gas now. Gary also asked whether baking soda or activated charcoal might be effective at absorbing ethylene. I can't find any data to suggest that baking soda would be particularly useful here. Activated charcoal can absorb but not nearly as effectively as zeolite. Interestingly that rechargeable ball. it's called the blue. Apple contains both zeolite and activated charcoal but the manufacturer only talks about charcoal in their marketing. I wonder if they think that charcoal sounds more natural and therefore would be more appealing to consumers than something unfamiliar like zeolite but in terms of absorbing ethylene gas. I suspect it's the zeolite that's actually doing. The heavy lifting their the chuckle may also have some odor absorbing properties. Keeping your produce in special ethylene absorbing bags may indeed extend the shelf life. Keeping high at the lean producers particularly apples and avocados quarantined from your other produce can also help just remember that ethylene is only one thing that can shorten the life of your produce and ethylene absorbing bag isn't gonna prevent moldy berries or slimy lettuce for example. The best way to keep fruits and vegetables from going bad and going to waste is really to eat them up

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How can I grow an herb garden in the kitchen?

Your Gardening Questions

03:05 min | 5 months ago

How can I grow an herb garden in the kitchen?

"Do i have to have a grow light to grow an herb garden indoors or can i do it narrow window. Well mark I know it can be done near a window however to be what i'm gonna call positively successful. I think she needs to go with the grow. Light happens. That i just the other day i was in a home. Where the There is a glass wall if you will but it's faces north and because there is no direct light in that and no really intensity to the light She has gone to a grill arrangement. That is A wooden structure that has a bulb in the top of it. She has eight pots of various herbs. interestingly enough both the curly and flat parsley and then iraq etc etc and i. I can't remember when i was told this was going to happen. That it can't be much more than a month and a half that those pots were were filled the seeds planted and lori. They're growing like crazy under this situation. Now i know of a couple of situations where south windows when when you carefully handle turning the pots and so on and as long as there's no register under the window and so on i think it could be done with what we'll call metro light but i i'm almost certain should be happier Small well yeah. Call it a small expenditure. I believe the lady told me this was around one hundred fifty dollars for the pots soil. Trae that they sit on the light bulb the whole sch- meal. And i know she's having fantastic success to the point. She's almost gonna have to waste a little bit of the herbs to keep them short enough and bushy enough because they're trying to grow right up through the top of the whole thing right now but Yes plants can be grown in natural light. I would say in east south or west window by far if you're gonna try to do it without light It is extra lights but the success rate will be measurably greater. If if she can go with a an indoor light contraption now you could do it on l. through natural light aided with i'm gonna call it a shop light. It would be kind of crude looking ahead of the ranger fan. I used to use the start seeds in the basement or a little table Shop light on chain and cetera. it did work however I'm quite comfortable. That this arrangement of as i say i think it was around one hundred fifty bucks Maybe two hundred but it makes an expensive urban away but it's the more sure way of getting something of value to us in the kitchen.

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A Bulgarian Feast

Travel with Rick Steves

06:13 min | 6 months ago

A Bulgarian Feast

"Let's start today's culinary edition of travel. With rick steves for the sampling of bulgaria's lively food traditions. That's one country where you definitely want to be invited over when he was going to be a feast as a crossroads of dynasties for centuries gary is one of the oldest tenure in it is a proud cuisine based on all of these cultures that have come and gone it. Mir's it's complex demographic makeup end it's fascinating history. You can learn about people through their museums and art and you can also learn about a culture through its kitchen and right. now we're going to is. We're joined by stefan motza jeff and we're gonna talk about book garin cuisine seven. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me here. Ick stephan how does bulgaria's history and it's complex ethnic makeup show itself in your cuisine. It's interesting question because we have always been. At across of civilizations turks greeks mediterranean culture slavic culture and all of these different cultures they reflect in our cuisine. And this is the reason why. Our cuisines has many specifics. Okay so you're gonna take me out to dinner and we're going to demonstrate that. What are some dishes that would illustrate the many different invasions that bulgaria has endured the first and most traditional dishes actually liquid. It's our alcoholic beverage. Here rakiya we start every meal with rakiya typically made of grapes or other fruits while we're waiting for ourselves to come. We hear foley. Our first sakir finished your drink the rookie through the meal. Exactly okay. So the first course would be solid kind of salad may have the most traditional one East coat subsc. Sarut literally means a solid from subscribe region this region our capital cities software. So around sophea. But i find that every meal all across bulgaria the beloved chops ca salad. Yes it's like our traditional south in every single restaurant from the obscure the most upscale restaurants to those in the remote villages. This is a must on the menu. If you are familiar with the greek salads. It'll be something close tomatoes cucumbers onions peppers. The best peppers are not the robust but roasted peppers roasted peppers s and on the top. You put some cheese. Typically countries couches. Yes and increase it a slab cheese. Yes is a slab of jason here. We grated cheese. Stefan when you eat the very best shops ca salad. You've been eating at all your life in connecticut. This is really good. Why is it really good. really good. What distinguishes a chops salad. I this is the cheese. The cheese chase is important and the other thing the peppers. they must be roasted in some restaurants. They don't want to work quite much in the kitchen. So they're all but roasted peppers and cheese. I've catcher this is travel with rick steves. You're talking stephan. Both jeb about garin cuisine. Okay you've had your salad. What comes next after salad. It came to the main course. Our main course. Of course a lot of grilled and barbecued meats kickboxing or give up is means meet crooked and meet bo grilled meat balls so these are minced meat or meat balls stuck on long stick. No no no long six. No no. they're just like pure meet. Maha put on the grill and then put on your plate. What kind of spices. Oh all kinds of spices. Actually the spices that we use of course a lot of parsley a lot of do savory. These are very traditional spices and on top of that. We have one very traditional shot in a soul this mixture of different herbs. This is a sauce. It's not a sauce. It is sort salt. Yeah it's okay. Bold colorful sought and different herbs. So red paprika sage savory everything put together and we dip our breath insight and we just enjoy. That sounds very good. Do you have an influence of greece. Greece's a big culture and and a lot of ways. You have the similar environment in your cuisine. What sort of greek flavor would you find for sure. One of the most traditional meals that bulgarians belief. It is bulgarian. It is the moussaka sexually coming from our southern neighbours from from the greeks but here in our version we add just minced meat and potatoes. We don't at zucchini or eggplant inside. No potatoes mainly towards the potatoes and and the minced meat in greece. Of course they have a lot of these appetizers. You have this way of serving people family style plates yes. It is also very popular in bulgaria. The missouri style intellectually is the same word that we use for that. We have different. Appetizers some Cheese some dry sausages and also different dips. Now i'm remembering some beautiful cold soup kind of a vegetable called supporters that this is called the the atar. It is very traditional bulgarian soup during the summer. It consists of yogurt chopped cucumbers garlic. Do walnuts and a few drops of olive oil on the top sound just beautiful. Yes and it saves us during the hot summer days because it can be quite hot in the summer. Yes that's very possible. You talked about the Grilled peppers in the shop salad. But also i remember when i go to a restaurant. There's a lot of stuffed peppers as part of the main course. Yes stuffed peppers. This could be on the menu of every bulgarian family very traditional one. The most traditional one is to have stuffed pepper with rice and minced meat but also on the other hand we have a stuffed peppers with what which is of course and these are very delicious. Choose sca buick

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"parsley" Discussed on Plantrama

Plantrama

04:02 min | 6 months ago

"parsley" Discussed on Plantrama

"On our main segment today. . I thought that we should talk about. . Dreaming, , for a time when things get back to normal or dreaming for a time when we can travel or perhaps frankly planning for a way to travel in the coming spring and summer even if this pandemic is with us. . And, , that said, , I wanted to talk about planning a garden trip. . You know. . We're certainly likely to be cooped up this winter and imagining where you might go in the spring of the summer can be a way to. . Look forward and plan for something for Happier Times whether it's a shorter cartridge that you're able to make or a longer trip. . You know there are many garden destinations around. . Yeah. . You gotTa have something to look forward to somebody someday somewhere one said that to have a garden is to believe in the future you don't plan to see if you don't think it's going to come up and I think that holds true for this. . You know so many. . Of US have been sheltering in place staying home and the idea of planning a trip. . Even if you don't get to make it, , it's fun to plan. . It's fun to think about it to go online and look at the photos and look forward to what you're going to be able to see in person and the other thing that's possible about planning a garden vacation is there are so many different gardens in all parts of the country that you. . Could drive to. . You don't have to get on a plane, , some of these gardens which are smaller not as well known as say, , The New York Botanical Garden or Longwood deserve your attention. . I have a couple of small gardens. . I wanted to mention today that depending on where you live, , you could just get in the car and have a family outing and spend some outdoor safe time in a beautiful place. . Yeah. . One of the first things that I. . Would do is to go to our our old friend Google and type in public garden near me. . You will be amazed at what comes up because there are all kinds of smaller public gardens within a couple hours drive of a metropolitan area. . Then you type in those words, , public gardens near Boston or public gardens near Milwaukee or whatever, , and you'll be surprised at the number of destinations that you can find that way and some of these smaller gardens are. . Are so wonderful because they are undiscovered gems so they're not. . GOING TO BE CROWDED THEY'RE NOT GONNA be touristy. . They have first analogies because they're born of a specific vision or they were created out of an old state. . I often find them more engaging and fascinating than some of the bigger public gardens I agree and oftentimes smaller ones started off as an individual's private garden. . Many of them. . For example, , have that individual had a particular passion for a plant an example of that is the Pali Hill Botanic Garden on Martha's Vineyard. . That started when Polly Hill in her fifties became interested in breeding plants to see what would grow on the vineyard that many people didn't realize what grow on the vineyard and she started breeding trees and shrubs and planting them, , and now it is a garden that's open to the public I. . Love that story another one that I love I don't know if you've ever been have you ever been to bedrock gardens in Lee. . New Hampshire I haven't but I know the people who started it and yet it's a wonderful people and I've I've heard that it's a wonderful place I look forward to going.

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Garden Destinations For Your Summer Holidays

Plantrama

04:02 min | 6 months ago

Garden Destinations For Your Summer Holidays

"On our main segment today. I thought that we should talk about. Dreaming, for a time when things get back to normal or dreaming for a time when we can travel or perhaps frankly planning for a way to travel in the coming spring and summer even if this pandemic is with us. And, that said, I wanted to talk about planning a garden trip. You know. We're certainly likely to be cooped up this winter and imagining where you might go in the spring of the summer can be a way to. Look forward and plan for something for Happier Times whether it's a shorter cartridge that you're able to make or a longer trip. You know there are many garden destinations around. Yeah. You gotTa have something to look forward to somebody someday somewhere one said that to have a garden is to believe in the future you don't plan to see if you don't think it's going to come up and I think that holds true for this. You know so many. Of US have been sheltering in place staying home and the idea of planning a trip. Even if you don't get to make it, it's fun to plan. It's fun to think about it to go online and look at the photos and look forward to what you're going to be able to see in person and the other thing that's possible about planning a garden vacation is there are so many different gardens in all parts of the country that you. Could drive to. You don't have to get on a plane, some of these gardens which are smaller not as well known as say, The New York Botanical Garden or Longwood deserve your attention. I have a couple of small gardens. I wanted to mention today that depending on where you live, you could just get in the car and have a family outing and spend some outdoor safe time in a beautiful place. Yeah. One of the first things that I. Would do is to go to our our old friend Google and type in public garden near me. You will be amazed at what comes up because there are all kinds of smaller public gardens within a couple hours drive of a metropolitan area. Then you type in those words, public gardens near Boston or public gardens near Milwaukee or whatever, and you'll be surprised at the number of destinations that you can find that way and some of these smaller gardens are. Are so wonderful because they are undiscovered gems so they're not. GOING TO BE CROWDED THEY'RE NOT GONNA be touristy. They have first analogies because they're born of a specific vision or they were created out of an old state. I often find them more engaging and fascinating than some of the bigger public gardens I agree and oftentimes smaller ones started off as an individual's private garden. Many of them. For example, have that individual had a particular passion for a plant an example of that is the Pali Hill Botanic Garden on Martha's Vineyard. That started when Polly Hill in her fifties became interested in breeding plants to see what would grow on the vineyard that many people didn't realize what grow on the vineyard and she started breeding trees and shrubs and planting them, and now it is a garden that's open to the public I. Love that story another one that I love I don't know if you've ever been have you ever been to bedrock gardens in Lee. New Hampshire I haven't but I know the people who started it and yet it's a wonderful people and I've I've heard that it's a wonderful place I look forward to going.

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"parsley" Discussed on Plantrama

Plantrama

04:08 min | 6 months ago

"parsley" Discussed on Plantrama

"So tablespoon size dollops on wax. Paper once those dollops are frozen, you throw them in a plastic bag, and then again whenever you're cooking, you can go to in grab one of those and throw it in a dish Parsley Mary. So well with potatoes with different rice and couscous grain dishes, I want to circle back though because you're ways of preserving it by freezing are good. One thing you never WANNA do to preserve parsley is dry because that just takes all the flavor what little flavored has will evaporate but the drying. Dried Parsley that should be against the law. So because it you know it tastes like I don't know dried grass or. No flavor no flavor at all. All right. Well, I will say this I will consider some parsley centric rap. But just using it as like a garnish for potatoes and rice and stuffing is not my bag baby not garnish you make a twice baked potato and then you mick some of that Parsley Pesto into the flesh of the potato and with the olive oil, and you have that fresh flavor of the Parsley and the olive oil and you're. Now seeing I would go for that and substitute sage or Oregano or something with the stronger flavor and what can I say the world is made up to kinds of people, Seattle personally lovers and people who can do without before we leave this topic though on that note, I, would ask you have you compared the flavor of the flat sometimes called plane. Parsley sometimes called Italian Parsley and the curly because I think that the flat the Italian Parsley has far more flavor than curly parsley I have used both and I actually preferred the flat because I find it easier to work with and the flavor is a little bit better, but it still doesn't. Get my motor running. On our main segment today. I thought that we should talk about. Dreaming, for a time when things get back to normal or dreaming for a time when we can travel or perhaps frankly planning for a way to travel in the coming spring and summer even if this pandemic is with us. And, that said, I wanted to talk about planning a garden trip. You know. We're certainly likely to be cooped up this winter and imagining where you might go in the spring of the summer can be a way to. Look forward and plan for something for Happier Times whether it's a shorter cartridge that you're able to make or a longer trip. You know there are many garden destinations around. Yeah. You gotTa have something to look forward to somebody someday somewhere one said that to have a garden is to believe in the future you don't plan to see if you don't think it's going to come up and I think that holds true for this. You know so many. Of US have been sheltering in place staying home and the idea of planning a trip. Even if you don't get to make it, it's fun to plan. It's fun to think about it to go online and look at the photos and look forward to what you're going to be able to see in person and the other thing that's possible about planning a garden vacation is there are so many different gardens in all parts of the country that you. Could drive to. You don't have to get on a plane, some of these gardens which are smaller not as well known as say, The New York Botanical Garden or Longwood deserve your attention. I have a couple of small gardens. I wanted to mention today that depending on where you live, you could just get in the car and have a family outing and spend some outdoor safe time in a beautiful place. Yeah. One of the first things that I..

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"parsley" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

07:42 min | 7 months ago

"parsley" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Going to be talking about from now on everybody l., Senator Listen Up. This is the way to buy if you want one in the oil, Pat Scott, Sheffield of pioneer, the Master Mad, Gallagher Parsley who's taught me so much of what oil companies can be made back into the brain. We go next week. One of the most anticipated electric vehicle place. FISKER INC comes public fear merger with Spartan Energy Acquisition Corp... Last month I told you to steer clear of this because it's too early to early stage companies just speculate but we got a ton of pushback took to twitter from some very smart people by all accounts CEO Henrik Fish fister. pfister's in absolute cheese. When it comes to designing cars, we're stipulating on top of that list story has gotten more positive. The company added Bill McDermott founded the show you've service now to its board of directors and I respect his judgment tremendously then just fiscal. Yes. A major strategic partnership with MAGNA International. That's a gigantic auto parts maker plus spartan energy stocks symbol S Q keeps pulling back and every time goes Laura on and the story does get more attractive but with PFISTER's first vehicle and electric SUV, not expected for another two years is this story To early I. Think deserves a close look. So let's check in with Henrik. Champion, she'll FISTER INC to get better in the situation going companies public debut Mr Fisker. Glad to have your money. It's great to be here I love the show Jim Thank you so much. All right. So let's go to the heart of the matter which is that there is there promos universally. Consider being frankly the best designer, of course, the world. But do we get more than just the design when we buy this news back more than just good blueprints and a great looking car? Jim First of all the car industry is part of the most complex industry in the world and you know I've been through a lot of difficulty taking lessons learned an intimate as only two people on this planet who's actually put electric vehicle on the market globally certified from eighty startup and as Ellen and myself. So I've been through it done it, and particularly these lessons learned, and one of the most important things is getting a cow on time on at quality and at the right price at the right price point syndromes of bill of materials, and that's exactly we're doing by partnering up Mac. That's d-e-m-o significant deal we might ever make. Everyone accepts your great order designer. But within the industry, some people homered says this question if you can get the ocean, your your suv bill in big enough numbers to make a go of it and will you need too much money then your company can get. Well actually, we have a pretty firm building materials. We have affirmed a program plan and would cost put out, and the reason we have that is because we're not starting from zero. When you start a car from, you truly don't really know what the cost going to be a we have selected Mac platform that they have developed over the last two and a half years we have all the cost for this platform. We know exactly what the cost can be the this vehicles. Market's going to be less than one billion dollars, which is pretty effective in the car industry we are raising over a billion dollars with the back. So we're not going to run out of money and I think that is a very important point that you're making because most startups run out of money before they even get to the market that won't happen this case. Now, let's talk about that because your judge is that you need X. amount of the billion, you've got it. But you're pass. We focused on the fact that you've had some failures we went to bill McDermott. Bill was head of sap bill is done an amazing job is service. Now bill joined the board which influenced me greatly he wrote today he goes by a quote he goes I believe in great comebacks especially in the foundation design markets in incredible owner experiences Henrik wants this he focused on great comebacks y that what is in your track record that he says comebacks matter. Well, look I was out in the very early days for the fisker Karma memorably launched at car one and a half year before the Tesla model s launched, that wasn't a super early days with risky battery technology, etc, and today we're using two of the largest battery companies in the world in the meantime battery technology has matured. Secondly, you know again, we're not focusing improving the people we can manufacture car bencher iota, GM Volkswagen. We're handing that over to McNamee is key sink thing here is just like you've never seen Tim Cook, walking down the manufacturing floor and showing how great use of manufacturing iphones because he actually don't make them and we are looking at that we'll look as we want to. Deliver an emotional sustainable and affordable electric vehicle and we WANNA do it at the best possible term for the costumers, effects beliefs, and we're going to have McNamee built the car to high quality and they're going to get straight out of the gate into high volumes. This platform by the way Jim is shared with another oem. So we get volume right away begin volume of crossing from day one but now if that's the case at all, that sounds so good I say to myself why one of these specs I want to be able to have an IPO with Henrik fisker the man who is the awesome Morton abandoning a fabulous BMW. I want to own a piece of you. Why is back? Your Ming a great point. Has Actually in my view, specs have replaced the traditional venture funding out in Silicon Valley nobody wants to go into the automotive industry is to capsule insensitive, and a SPEC actually offers you this possibility of getting a billion dollars in in our case, if you have an incredible backer, which is Apollo at three, hundred, fourteen, billion dollars, private equity fund, but it officers to get fully funded all. The way to production that we couldn't do that. Let's and traditional I feel. We would have to wait too much longer much later, and then we'd have to go out and raise private funding been there done that I don't want to sit with thousand bench of people around the table and listen to all the great ideas from their wives how to make a car it's just a work. Do, you want to say I mean Tim Tim Cook in fairness I mean he's only simulate those guys all for him. You'll be able to have control magnus not controlling your sore of that because VW magnet you've got these partners of big companies. How about if they say you know what? fisker thanks for the design I'll talk you later. That's a very good point and that's exactly why because Magna to invest six percent into fisker, we're joined by the here we have a common goal of success I mean Maximus as interested in success as we have acted tied visting of their shares into milestones that we achieve way to start a production list as the final milestone in the November two, thousand, twenty two, and you think there's enough room I fill a bow help with me with these questions he's been reporting all GMTV's. TESLA TONIGHT EV EV Vs Everywhere are nothing. For All these vs. I'll tell you if I was making a hundred thousand dollar vehicle. 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"parsley" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

The Path Distilled Podcast

08:18 min | 7 months ago

"parsley" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast

"All right. Welcome to the Path is still and I'm your host Kevin Harris macos Lawrence Ashman. Hey, everybody. Today, we have on the show Leon Parsley Olympia registered nurse, and performance coach. Leon I'm so excited to have you on the show with us today. Thanks excited as well. Suwa is start by just giving listeners a little bit of insight into who you are and what you do. Who I am well, right now, we're in a few hats as you. As you mentioned there I am a registered nurse that's my primary job. I'm blessed to have a job in school health. So as a community helped, arse have the blessing of working with kids kindergarten through twelfth grade small school. So we're dealing with a lot of things as you can imagine right now with the current public health situation and the been a a trying time for students and teachers, which is why it's. For blessing involved in trying to keep our kids healthy and safe and their families and our staff and stuff. So it's been busy but but very good and then I also performance coach I get the the pleasure of meeting with a lot of folks loudly online of being able to stay at work in that job working for valor performance out of Austin Gre- company That's some great things I think right now actually needed with the stress that a lot of folks are dealing with on job. A lot of my clients working in healthcare. So they're going to need a lot of help getting getting through this as we start to an as everybody says Salman the new normal so So those two jobs there keeps me busy. Yes. Definitely. As you said, wearing a lot of hats so Why don't you take us back to the beginning? Where does your story start? who were just my story start Well officially, by my story starts in southern West Virginia I was born in the coalfield South Logan County West Virginia along the Kentucky border and Only lived there for a couple of years of my life but actually, West Virginia is a big part of my story my all of my extended family still live there Grandparents aunts, uncles, cousins, everything also lived there. But when I was just a couple years old, my father decided that he wanted to move up to central Ohio where there were some Raider chances for employments for education and that sort of thing. So we moved up here early in my life. in it has turned out to be also blessing although I consider Ohio and West Virginia home. Grown up here in central Ohio little town on Granville Ohio, and it's very much the the mid Western. Norman Rockwell kind of little town We have a small division, three university doesn universities here the community is. Very much centered around education very supportive of the students on the academic life here in town is very rewarding bridging, and so it's just been really great place to grow up, and so I just sort of stayed here my whole family has actually two older brothers and younger sister. So we're all in the same little town and It's just been a really great place to have homebase like I've been able to go off in the world and do all kinds of things. But knowing that I have this to come back to and spin really great and I think that's been a big part of my story of feeling competence going out and trying some things that were maybe a little crazy but I always had that support base Acura. So Great Town. Close towns where we grew up living outside US kids on our bikes at the wall on the playground with basketball courts. Since courts, we just were in constant motion and I think that laid Really solid foundation across trading they didn't call it back then but. Essentially what we do. and you know you're on a skateboard on a bike new were you know climbing trees and we when I was about second grade I think it was when I started playing what we would call like organized for. But in a town small basically was a little recreation commission. We would play get together on Saturday mornings those it you know it's like Saturday mornings you get together and practice a little bit with your teammates might hello gain and It's nothing like you know the youths were machine that that goes on now it was just for fun got together that one day and. and so second grade is really started to play soccer played basketball was the quarterback of our flag befall to me. Lots of different opportunities but that led eventually into course. Lying for our school being in in school sports. So early on I to feel that athletics was a place that thought natural to me I had tried he had the lesson Ed's. Trump. Know I tried all the the other things just Just couldn't settle into that. But as an aptly that was very early it was. Part of my identity I think looking back that's. When I was running jumping climbing cycling. That's when I felt like the most like me that was where I felt the most authentic and so that just following through high school very blessed to have some rate friends in junior high in high school that I remain very close friends with to this day we get together every about every ten years. We do a big reunion where we go somewhere you are forty two a week in new. York did we were out in California? We just. One of those situations where you I didn't realize that the time, but I was surrounding myself with real and positive people. It just happens organically you. Now I look back on it in they teach kids to do this now it just sort of happen. Very blessed to have that. In did you pick one sport or did you continue to do multiple sports did multiple sports I'm one of those advocates for he said like cross training where it's a combination of a lot of things. In junior high school was there weren't a lot of Choices for the girls back. Then not that I'm that old but you know we being small community. There wasn't a lot other schools around us had more opportunities, but we were a little and there's about one hundred. Twenty one hundred twenty, five in my graduating class. So we re small I played volleyball, Basketball Track and field. When I got to high school already injuries kind of starting to kyle up with my knees. So I picked to stock with basketball track and field I was a high jumper. Loved field events loved being on a Saturday all day out Masan in on the tracks so. Really enjoyed that the basketball is my my primary I. Love that was where I just really. Excel, because I loved it so much. That's what we played. All the time have asked on hand all the time was very blessed. You go back to Marshall. University. Go back to West Virginia and played on a scholarship for basketball they. Her four years for Judy Southern Great. Experience. Really great coach. You. Very.

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"parsley" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"parsley" Discussed on Short Wave

"Do have real friends. Yes you do to. Me Worse. Berg in Amanda drewery. Yes. Amien, Amanda, like a lot of us are trying to grow plants. We have five plants are herbs and every morning as amy waters, the plants she talks to them she'll say, could just see. Time. Really seeing some good growth here. Parsley looking a little wealthy parsley, I believe you. I wish somebody believed in me as much as amy believes impartially. Yeah. Yeah so sue why does amy talked to her plants? Well, she believes that on a chemical level, it helps them grow big and strong and. Amanda. Does Not Agree I. Don't think it talking to plants really makes that much difference. So what about the fact that our salon choice dead because you were? Well how likes intro? So either way have fine I'm just saying all the rest of our plants are doing. Okay except in trail, but I also don't like Parsley Parsley as fine. Honestly. I'm onto personally right now Quan as you should be. And Amy Amanda Texted me and we're like, emily please resolve our couple's squabble. Is there scientific evidence around the benefit of talking.

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Stevie Parle Shares His Spaghetti And Clam Recipe

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:25 min | 8 months ago

Stevie Parle Shares His Spaghetti And Clam Recipe

"I am Stevie Paul. I have a few restaurants rather than a couple of restaurants style. A pop-up could joy in west London and I wanted to tell you how to make spaghetti with clams. This is my favorite thing to we think. So so my kids type thing to. The most of the people you cook it for think you'll really some kind of genius when you make it and yet it's incredibly simple. Clemson Volaille obviously is a cool mentally have unbelievable flavor. The juice comes out of clam is just tastes out of this world. Very easy to make you need. Spaghetti doesn't need to be a fresh dried past united of standard. Supermarket blue-and-yellow packet round is fine. It really is fine. But if you see a slow a dried has to take a longer amount of time to cook I always think that's good into look at actually how long it takes cook it from the pack is says your Spaghetti takes like fourteen minutes but something bad instead of ten or eleven it's a nice big spaghetti by the Nice Hodge wieght and it takes time to cook, but it's going to be chewing delicious. Anyway you need spaghetti. Hasley, dry Chili, white wine, and unique clams. Really a peasant can he love clams but equally, if you make has to climbs with like ten clams lesson than that is absolutely delicious and the juice they create makes much wonderful sociopathic. So festival, you're GONNA have everything ready for this dish because once you making it, you gotta move kind of fast. So let's save a gonNA. Do that you people you need a couple of hundred grams of Spaghetti. You need a big hand full of Nice. Salted Wilshire associates the see. Boiling rapidly, you need to finally up to cloves garlic your time you're doing this trying shook the evenly and small, and you need a handful of parsley flatly parsley leaves pig from the studios. Again shops when I'm joking Parsley, why do is I kinda scrunch up into a bowl and then again big shove knife and so slice through scrunched up all of Parsley as finally as I can and then go through it again once at done that in judge Moore says really fine many needle clams anything from ten to betty offense they come in different sizes it kind of normal Palo plans again, this country really good. I. Tend to choose the smaller ones just because the big ones could be a little bit cheery and be not nice. And why do I washed clams under running Warta just to make sure that not gritty. Swish Moore around, and then if they open while washing them, you can throw those ones. Sometimes they it's like only salmon them in those the you get rid off, but they should just be tidy shot Monday, running water and Swish around in a single appeal something for a few minutes just to get them nice and clean 'cause it's a bit disappointing when you you're clams and you get a bit of sand I mean he's not the end of the world who have made you sick. It's just wants tweets and so you've got your big kind of woods boiling. You've got your garlic party jobs. You got some dried chili like crushed dried chili nice specific one just. Don't want it to be crazy hall. So if it's a kind of mild crush drudge chilly but we Quarter, teaspoon of something. And you got your clements watched and then you need a wide hand with a LID. If you have a big frying pan on a lead that fits on that side and my spine has it sometimes, you can use another one use a play or something that's ideal whose what you're GonNa do is you're gonNA. Steam the rams, and if you have the more piled on each other, they will open bat the juice from. The clams and the one which didn't mention you need a couplet glasses of white wine just dry white one needs to reduce. So if you've got the mobile pilot up in a small pan that juice one, Medusa wine and clam juice and oil anyway create the right kind of emotion fear. peste. Does funny because hardly any ingredients is nothing really technically but do but just got to pay attention to the details of can make. something. That is just unbelievably good. So you big votes spoiling your wide hand is now you're gonna put it on the heat and get aw- and you the pastor infest. So this recipe once you've got that stuff prepared it takes less time than takes Cook Pastor. So you can drop the spaghetti into the boiling water if your pan on some olive oil in the Pan and at the garlic and then just when that garlic. In, just a few seconds isn't good glove of olive oil by the way don't be shy it's a few titles swings and then he'd put garlic in just really starts frizzell before it's cooked too much anything you. But in a little pinch of Dr, Chilean you the clams straightway. Why normally then do is tad tossed them around said they get cut sit in this garlicky chilly thing on once clams get hot than they. Have Been. Put in the white wine, a big loss of two hundred Mil something like that, and then put the lid on straightway. A met should be lecturing around and steaming you pestis public been bullying this point for like three minutes and remember it takes ten twelve or something depending on the grand. Pasta. So you pass this boiling. You're Clemson's steaming. You'll Hasley chopped and you just wait a second. I but you just gotTa wait now in drink a bit of your white one and then when you pastor is three-quarters cooks your clams of probably open dictate the lid off the clam ham and then drain your pastor even though it's quite ready look in your clam hand, it should be nice and juicy but really cooking thing you pay attention because if you've got a massive pan and it was really really Hard and you wind might have completely reduced down by now. But if it's a small pan may not have reduced enough year, you wanted to be a good layer of Jews. But you don't want it to be ruled tree and as it reduces what happens is the olive oil, a most us in that mixture, and then you take the pastor drained it. We've just pulled out the with have tongues coming. And even though he's not quite could you into the clam on any says enough liquid that it looks juicy in statement good already that's fine. Otherwise put in a little bit of past awards. Back on so that the pastor is cooking in the CLEM. 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"parsley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"parsley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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Preserving Herbs Over Winter

Plantrama

06:00 min | 8 months ago

Preserving Herbs Over Winter

"L. Let's get into our main segment, which is preserving herbs drying freezing bringing inside how do we do it at this time of year, most people have abundance of all types of herbs. What are we going to do with them? A lot of it depends on how you plan to use your herbs and how often you plan to use your herbs drying. Certainly, the easiest for most people, but a dried herb is only going to be really delicious and fresh for about a year maybe a little bit more. But if you feel that you're going to use your herbs up in a year and the next year, you'll dry a whole new crop I. Think. It's a great way to go because it's very simple now. Of course I have a dehydrated, which is like my right arm I would be so sad if I had to give that up and the reason I like it is because it let's me set the temperature at which I want to dry my herbs. A lot of people want to do dry herbs in they're oven or in their microwave, which is very. Possible, but at temperatures over ninety five degrees Fahrenheit you lose a lot of the volatile oils and that's what gives you the wonderful flavor. So I recommend a dehydrated where you can set the temperature or simply hanging them in a cool dry place in your home or putting them out between two screens in the shade and trying to dry them at lower temperatures. Now answer this for be Ellen. Do you think that there are some herbs that dry better than others? Yes. I know dried rosemary is really very similar to fresh rosemary, right but what about parsley or Basil Parsley dried just don't just don't even do it just don't Basil. I would say my best word to describe dry basil is Ma-. It's. It's maybe better than no basil but maybe not better than no basal but for things like Rosemary yes and Oregano shore and time and summer savory and sage a lot of these. Herbs Dry wonderfully and maintain a really great flavor if they are properly but for things like parsley and Basil. GonNa have to go with the freezing bleaching freezing. You do a lot of freezing and oil and broth chew I freeze them several ways, and I'm so glad that you started out by saying how you're going to use the herbs because I have here on my notes which we haven't talked about ahead of time I I started out by writing how are you going to? Because, if you if you freeze your herbs in olive oil, you're not gonNA use those in like a cocktail right for that you might do it in water. But if you if you on a low fat diet and you want to use your herbs in a soup, you might freeze them in some kind of broad off. So yeah think about how you're going to use your herbs and that'll that'll get you started and I actually freeze them in. Several ways for example, I will take my chives, Parsley chives. That's another good one. It doesn't. It doesn't dry well, much younger freezing. So those I will do some that just chop them up and put them in a bag fresh in in the freezer. I don't them just put them in fresh, and then I use them a handful right out of the freezer and those I tried to use up within about six months, which is basically through the winter. And then in the spring. Plant new plants and start over again. So I do them that way and yes, I will do a lot of them in oil I. We will chop up Basil in olive oil we will chop up parsley and olive oil sometimes I will do a mixture of herbs in oil and I will freeze them in Kinda little dollops on wax paper. And their cube trae you could you could do it on an ice cube tray, and then once they're frozen, you can put them. You know in a plastic bag so that then I can just grab a tablespoon of this basil and olive oil puree or parsley or a mix of the two. CILANTRO is a good one for doing that as well. Yeah. Not a good one for drying. Cilantro think it has any flavor but I blanch mine. I because. I found especially something like Basil if I don't that the color of the frozen or abyss particularly attractive and it doesn't matter if I'm going to use it for you know baking a chicken but if I'm to use it in a Pesto or something where the color is actually GonNa, show I like to Blanchet because then that preserves some of the green and it's not just brown I use the ones that are not blanched getting thrown into cooking it's getting put in a pasta sauce. So the colored is moving into soup. That's right. So it doesn't matter that they're more of a dark black green than they are. Right. The. Fresh. Green you mentioned at the beginning, you said drying freezing or bringing them inside, and I've got to say I have almost never succeeded the way I want to succeed with overwintering herbs inside I've tried it and I've gotten a couple of months and maybe something like Rosemary will actually carryover for a while but you know those herbs that need like Sun Sun. Sun The Oregano the Basil I've always been disappointed with how they've performed indoors even in my sunniest window. Well, I do keep a rosemary from year to year quite successfully but here's what I was thinking when I, when I was thinking of bringing inside I'm wasn't thinking of carrying them necessarily through the winter. I was thinking of bringing the pot inside putting it in whatever kitchen window you have not with the idea of taking it through the winter but with the idea of keeping it alive as you use it up right there in the kitchen.

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Recipe edition, Joshua Owens-Baigler

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:32 min | 10 months ago

Recipe edition, Joshua Owens-Baigler

"Name's Josh Aaron Spangler. Iraq founder of Angelina restaurant and Tilson. And today I'm going to show about signature dishes temporary tomatoes with actually pester. It's a super simple recipe to make it. Takes a little bit of time, but it's something that you can. Join and go back to go along the ingredients a quite flexible, so feel free to use whatever you having a Lotta what I'm going to start with start with the tomatoes. So, we're going to dry tomatoes very slowly. Low, temper off, so we're going to start a hundred degrees. Stop Prohibiting. For the tomatoes look for good quality heritage tomato with thick skin. We're GONNA look for about five to seven cents meters across GonNa. CUT THEM IN HALF WITH AIN'T GONNA. Drizzle a little bit of sugar. That salt time secret ingredient in the restaurant news does she granules? Get those that's amazing, little bit of time in the spice, splendor and then they. As well, just a little bit like seasoning. One sprint coo over the tomatoes, and we placed them at a preheated of two hundred degrees as I, said previously. We leave those for an hour. And then offer an hour. We turned down to about seventy five degrees, and we leave that for four or five hours. I'm going to move on to how you make the Pesto so again. This is super flexible. Don't panic! There's one ingredient missing substitutive something similar. It's really from thing to make so we start with some newly put capers then add salted anchovies. We add a big handful of parsley when I mentioned, these ingredients are like to go by large handful all in equal parts and keep tasting as you go along together to how you like him a handful of. A handful of activities, a big handful of Parsley, big handful of mint. If you have a couple of she leaves, if not comply with any green hub to nine suppliers, colic, some salt and pepper, a little touch of olive oil and the show chef secret. If outs, ice keeps you keep a beautiful green color. Now I recommend trying to keep your Pesto as dry as possible, so you're gonNA have to have a spatula to have this going to be quite difficult to get going in the blender, but the hard work has really really worth it once you've made that. I would put aside at the Fridge and get your favorite book out rate for three hours white for those to cook. About half an hour before you're ready, we're GONNA. Make ourselves a really simple type per. And, that's with two hundred and fifty grams off cornflour or Either a walk just the same five hundred grams preferably of zero zero pasta flour. If no plane flying will work, and then lead of Soda Walter Secret Hair has gotten. As cold as you can't put it in the fridge for a couple of hours, we'll put it in the freeze of ten minutes, and the code is the better result you're going to get in. A Pan on the side can have a source preferably with a thick bottom and we're going to start. Some flour oil to fry that's. Where aiming for about one sixty five degrees, which means that if you're doing a small source panel I recommend taking the oil two hundred ninety degrees that way when you drop the tomatoes and the temperature of the oil withdraw. They're gonNA cook really nicely when she reached about hundred and eighty degrees. You've gotta work quite quickly so you the oil we're going to take those beautiful Tamalpais dry out the other. We're GONNA dipped in the batter, and then straight into the oil and we're GONNA flip them. I would say often about ten seconds. Every now and again. I should be ready in about two minutes. If you touch the players, a pair of metal tongues, you'll see that he starts to get crispy outside on. That signifies that they're ready to think cooked already, so don't worry about it. Smells is just worry about how crispy batter as

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Kathy Hochul, Lt Governor of New York State

The Electorette Podcast

07:10 min | 11 months ago

Kathy Hochul, Lt Governor of New York State

"I'm Jim. Taylor skinner and this is the electorate on this episode. A have a conversation with Lieutenant Governor. Kathy focal of New York, state. Lieutenant, Governor huckle joins me. To Discuss New York response to the coronavirus outbreak, specifically the recovery in rebuilding process. We discussed. The unique ways plumbing have been impacted by Kobe nineteen and what can be done to help women recover, so please enjoy my conversation with Lieutenant Governor Kathy Cocoa. Thank you. Bradley back look I enjoyed our conversation last time. We're going to have this great. Yes, I just into welcome back. The last time you spoke of course that was of course before the pandemic and I know that you hit the ground running. You've been connecting with constituents and you've been working really hard to get the state New York state back on its feet. So I just WanNa know you know. How are you doing? Thank you for asking and I am doing fine. My normal life would've been going from my home. In the western part of New York Buffalo catching as three a M wakeup call and getting out of flight, five to go, New York City, and then maybe try out to Long Island for. For a few hours, and then up to our state capital, and maybe you know, cover the whole state by midnight, so to made parsley in his less travel and wars, zooming moving around the state is what I'm doing, so I have been able to actually touch. More constituencies speak to more elected officials I host meetings with physicist WBZ conference statewide yesterday that I would not have been able to probably pull off with the other schedule half, and so you whether it's talking to chambers women on businesses, faith based community I'm out there just talking about what our objectives are in. In terms of meeting the healthcare crisis, but now we're in the more desirable phase, which is talking about how reopened in a smart way based on the metric, so it is all consuming, but still very fascinating and We're GONNA come out of this with much more knowledge, understanding appreciation for people from all walks of life that were sort of quietly behind the scenes, and never got the recognition they deserve, and I also think this gives us an opportunity to state to really redefine ourselves and launched into the future, and sees on some of the best practices that have emerged out of. Of this crisis. Yeah, I'm glad you're doing well, and you've been working really hard to move the state into the next phase of a lockdown. Honestly I have to say it does make me a bit nervous. Given what's at stake? States begin to reopen too soon. So as are you in right now new. York state depends on the corner of the state of Western. New York upstate to just much that moved into phase to my way of buffalo buffets too early next week. Face to opens up a lot more of the businesses that he will been anxious to go to hair salons and. Retail with many limitations May. There's no nails being done his facials. It is just get a quick haircut with someone who's wearing literally a face shield and has had tested the taken test for Kobe before. They could. Even I'll serve you, so we have very tight restrictions to deal with just what you're talking about. The fear that people are going to have about. Emerging from his deep slumber. Being people have been doing everything they could to sacrifice, but to keep themselves and their families safe, and now they want. They have to be able to trust us in government that followed the doctors who followed the experts, and then we on the metrics that we feel it's safer to go out taking the same precautions we've talking about for. For three months now and so that's why we have the ability to open up slowly. We're not. We're not talking about restaurants. We'll be theaters or larger gatherings, just slowly opening up society and the economy, but nationally we passed this really grim milestone. We have now over a hundred thousand deaths from Colbert nineteen. You know it's still very scary to me on the. The other hand lots of businesses, especially small businesses. They're really hurting financially. There seems to always be this pushing pull. You know we're state. You're caught between which takes priority. Yes, and we are priority all throughout. This has been public health. We wouldn't be talking about reopening. Despite understanding deeply how extraordinarily painful this is for our small businesses and all the employers and I. I come out of a small business family I know the suffering that goes on, and you put your livestream into a low shopper, little of business and almost sign. You don't know if you're GONNA. Make it to the next month or not, so so what we've always said. Public Health comes I mean we can always bring back our economy. He'll be painful tough. Excruciating for our state, revenues are states in your body, sixty five billion dollar whole over the next couple of years already, so we're GONNA have to make some tough decisions, probably some cuts, but if people aren't alive, not protecting public health than what are we therefore so that is what has driven US early talking about reopening. Because we've seen the numbers decline really quite well now, it took a long time to reach the plateau. And if you follow along in New York state has a very transparent way to see what's going on at four dot ny dot. Gov You can really see our hostels ation rate, and it's really going downhill. The number of people use as down number of new cases. Way Down and we didn't see that we wouldn't be talking about reopening if we had stronger broader social safety nets. Nets here in the US what would be ideal in terms of a reopening schedule right in I'm thinking about New Zealand. You know I knew there are comedy is a lot smaller than ours you know, but they had a really strict walked down early on. You know, accommodate suffer bid. They're able to really crush the curve really quickly, so I guess the question is, how would we? We operate if our social safety nets were such that you know, we didn't have to worry as much about the economy, you know what would are reopening process. Look like well probably operate very differently, and what troubles me the most is that women have been hit so hard by this wing. Women were women than men are filing for unemployment. They're. They're not in the industries that are. Are being called back the earliest like construction manufacturing, those are very male, dominated field, so women will be going without their paycheck, and you longer period of time, and on the other hand, those who are working are in the most at risk jobs made therein the ones. They're the ones that are out there on the front line, a seventy eight percent of healthcare workers, the nurses and People that are working in the cafeterias and the Kitchens and and places where they exposed. Those are all women, and so women are really. Really caught in a bad squeeze here at this pandemic either unemployed, and if you're single head of household, you're having trouble. Put Food on the table. A hope and your unemployment checks come in, but let him have been anomaly delayed because of the overwhelming. The system or you're out there exposing yourself every day because you need that paycheck you going and working in a kitchen making someone's. Someone's food that they can pick up curbside and positive. Free back the virus your house, so the Connie's important, and it'd be nice if people knew that they didn't have to risk themselves. We also have to keep some basics functions going and we. We need people to still going to the grocery stores and sell our food and go into the pharmacies of make sure we have prescription. Prescription so those tend to be women, which is just a fascinating study, and whether or not society properly recognizes and appreciation to end compensates women the way they should.

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Oil prices rise ahead of OPEC+ meeting on output cuts

Houston's Morning News

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Oil prices rise ahead of OPEC+ meeting on output cuts

"Parsley energy is turning oil wells back on just weeks after shutting them off evidence of the shale industry's agility in responding to rising crude prices parsley is one of the first and biggest drillers in the Permian basin to announce a reversal of production

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Chef Iliana de la Vega discusses authentic Oaxacan cuisine

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

07:17 min | 1 year ago

Chef Iliana de la Vega discusses authentic Oaxacan cuisine

"Chatting with chef. Ileana de la Vega about authentic hocken. Cuisine Ileana welcome to milk street. Thank you very much for having me here. Let me just start by saying of Ben to Your Restaurant in Toronto in Austin a couple times in the last two years and it was the best Hawkin food of had including in. Walk US terrific so you lived in Mexico City remarried there. You move to to start Eldorado restaurant but but you had trouble being accepted in some way. So explain that to me. Yeah what happened? I mean as you mentioned I was born in Mexico City and eventually ninety four actually moved to a hacker. We opened the restaurant until ninety seven. And Yeah my mom is what was Oaxacan but because I was in born in Oaxaca was not supposed to be cooking blog on food. I mean I guess that things have changed you know hook us a little bit more open now than it was there but You know for them. I wasn't outsider. So you had the restaurant there and then in two thousand six you left so what happened between ninety seven and two thousand six in terms of your restaurant and the politics and everything in the region. Well we were very successful restaurant. Join despite of like many were huggins. Consider me that it was an tighter and then on two thousand six there was turmoil in Oaxaca social unrest and so we had you know the economy collapsed in. We had to close a restaurant. And then I bet charlie we moved to Texas Allston. Imprecise you and I spoke a while back about what is moulay and your definition of it was totally different than what I thought. So could you just break it down for me? I mean you said there were three basic components to moulay. Maybe you could just take us through the concept right. They are like three groups of ingredients to make malate so one will be vegetables and by vegetables. How you also mean chillers. Okay so tomatoes tomatoes onions and garlic and such and then we have spices. So let's say black pepper cumin Cinnamon sugar sold chocolate. And then the third one very important one for these are the figures could be bread or it could be muscle for making tortillas and also not like almonds so there are the three of you take a little bit of each in each one of those categories you will make a molly molly. Negro is very complex. But I I gather that some Malays actually are much simpler than that rhyming. Talk to us about a simple mobile. Yeah okay like let's say like me. For example I think is the simplest one. You'll take a you know. Fresh Materials Green Sheila's Serrano's Jalapenos. Or one of those onion garlic and put it in the blender and then you fried mixture and then you add some herbs fresh herbs so I do up Ohio Santa Parsley and episode. That's my traditional one. And then you have the thickener. Which is the muscle that you dilute. I in a little bit of water and you added so those are the basic ingredients and you can make that. Molay in twenty minutes rather than the. Mola negative that he takes three days. I want you to describe because I've had your Molin Agro and it was divine if you taste a really well made Molin agro. Ideally what should it be like? What is important when you make him? Only non one of those stents out not on one of those flavors. So you will they said. Oh it is a little cinnamon and then the next. We'll give you a little bit of cumin for example or the next bite will give you a little bit of chocolate so each You know spoonful that you take the molly will give you a different note Let's let's talk about some common things in Oaxaca. The Mole Yetay Which I had for breakfast WanNa talk about how that's made. And maybe the tradition of that dish. Well then we get something simple that you will find all over Mexico. Norling OAXACA somewhat yet is believe traditionally like by a piece of bread like a kind of a French bread and then put a little bit of a border in it then beans and then some cheese will melt and then you put it on there. They'll win or something to get kind of. Nice melting and cross the cheese. And then you make Salsa Makina which is like Salsa Pico they get your tomatoes onion Sheila Bair the Serrano or Jalapeno see land throw and a little bit of lime juice in they knew. Serve it with it on the site. It was a terrific practice they also a Santa which is Pork Lard. Is that often used as a primary layer for lots of tacos enchiladas? Is that something that's common ingredient there. Okay largest one thing like Hitler this when you have a big piece of pork and then you take out the fat than you cook. It is slowly. And then you're renders fat right so that is large and then ASEAN thought when you're making teacher on the skin and you're buying it in large then at the bottom you will some pieces and beats over. You know the fat told and that's why it's colored it has it has color to the. You're not open a Tortilla. Like freshly made handmade of course and then you put a little bit of a layer of that and then you eat it with your meal Let's talk about the Tortilla for second in Oaxaca. According to a tee I guess in northern Mexico it's a wheat Tortilla but the tortillas in Oaxaca almost could pass for a week Tortilla. They're very fine. They're very tender. They're nothing like would you get here? So is that because you use different kinds of corn is the process differ. Why are they so much better a little bit of favorite thing? I is the the taste that they still do. Heirloom Cornyn in Mexico. Roy is one so sometimes. You taste the TORTILLAS here in United States. Then they're like sweet so that is wrong. Sorry that is like super wrong so that was one of the things that when we moved to the states and I began to as a Dorothy. Yes here like no by no means. I will be able to serve this in their restaurant every neighbor so you know thank God. We found now corn from Mexico many times from Oaxaca directly and so we proceeded in house and then we grind it. What would you like to tell me about the way you cook that? I don't understand. Well I guess you think that I have problem whether you notice plane. The people You know one is Mexican. Food is not necessarily too spicy. I mean depends on the taste of the taste. Parts of the person but general is just about the flavors The other one is it. People that have had through the years coming to restaurant. Said like this is not Mexican food. I mean for years. We didn't have a flour tortillas in the restaurant in is like oh no but this is not a not as well. How can I explain you? You know that the corner two years is the basic you know and it is your of the also very delicate flavors so those things I think is the what I would like people to understand better about Mexican Food

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"parsley" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"parsley" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Good doing good route. How thankful you from Kim and I'm GonNa tell you pick us up every day you know. This is the way the world and we've been down down. I get down to one of my buddies. Might call this morning said Jim. You look a little tired old boy that hurts. I'm back I'm back. We want you. Will you just bring us right up? You bring back the Jack Thank you. I needed that. It was his lonely. My wife went in First Week of March. She got out of dodge. I'm here by myself reading books. What's going on? Can you let me just snowballed tease reports? Tonight I think it's GonNa be okay. Remember that's in that cohort of Of Semi's that I'd like to think includes Invidia and amd video are better? Bring it bring it. There's like anymore so I got talking to a machine. I mind that. Go to James in Florida James Jim. How's it going good? How are you doing great man? First of all the ones they've got all the okay. Professional dodger struggling. We're with you a right. Listen off your producers are awesome You know eight. That thing is crazy You know is I mean. There's been too much of a dice. Well every time I say I want to get it goes down so we're going to if I say I hate it probably goes up. Let's go to Marie New Jersey. Some people call me Maurice. What's up race race recess speaking with the pop log tire here? I'm here I always winds up. How you doing I have a question for you about if I was GonNa take stock by DOC. It's been beaten down like crazy like Norwegian cruise. Line all right now. Let's be honest about Norwegian cruise line. I happen to like crews I knew I like I like cruise Sodas my wife but the problem is is that now for public health issue and it's a public health issue in time of other coronavirus tends to say sell okay periods. Let's go to Lee in taxes late. Yes yes well. The most the accident set and my feeling on. Yes we had Mr Lerman on. I forty told a very good story hip. What does that stop doing? Eleven to buy that stuff. I think Lawrence good. Let's go to Lucas in Florida. Lucas Mr Cramer wishes from Sunny Florida. What are your thoughts on site assortment ticker CPS being? I do not know. Set US towards I'M GONNA have to do some homework on site. Oh servants suburbans. It's beyond my Ken. Let's go to Shane. North Dakota I do that every day. Well you know it's another. Very Long David. That psoriasis getting storm. Do some work tonight. What's going on all right? Hey from the heart of the bank and wondering what? You're thinking about mental resource. Oh boy I look at should bounce a little but I've gotta tell you I there's a chance to the oil could fifteen.

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Texas oil producers ask state to regulate output amid coronavirus crisis

Rush Limbaugh

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Texas oil producers ask state to regulate output amid coronavirus crisis

"Couple of Texas oil companies are asking state regulators to consider a cut in oil production as demand and prices of collapse Austin based parsley energy and Irving based pioneer natural resources contacted the Texas railroad commission formally requesting a virtual meeting no later than April thirteenth to talk about it

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Are we doing enough to prevent the spread of COVID-19?

All In with Chris Hayes

09:30 min | 1 year ago

Are we doing enough to prevent the spread of COVID-19?

"Joined by. Dr Ezekiel Emanuel former Obama. White House Health Policy Advisor. He's Vice Provost Global Initiatives University of Pennsylvania and Dr Peter Hotels Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine Doctor Manual. When we start with you. Where do you see us right now? Are we doing enough in terms of large scale social disruption and changes to slow the transmission of this epidemic? So first of all. I've been saying for several weeks now that it's going to get worse before it gets better. Parsley it's GonNa get worse because we have testing. That's just going to show us how prevalent the illness is. It's also getting worse because we know we have more community acquired infections as I mentioned to someone today. You know one week ago. We weren't even talking about new Rochelle and now new. Rochelle is a major topic in New York. And that's a lockdown and if we focus on new Rochelle without thinking about all the other places that this virus is maybe Washington. Dc maybe the suburbs of Baltimore. Who knows where the problem is? We need a more systematic less uneven response. That has to be pretty uniform. Because just 'cause we're seeing it new Rochelle doesn't mean Rochelle's the only place in New York that Scott and that response does have to include things like much more prevalent testing so we really have a handle on who's got it and who doesn't and a really good model is South Korea if you look at their trends you can see that. They're beginning to bend in South Korea. We also do need to inform people. We use the term social distancing like everyone knows what it means. It's not immediately obvious to people what that entails and how much you need to be separate from people explain to what should people know about but a large part of it. You people have come up with all these numbers no more than one hundred people to meet no more. The issue is density. How close are you to people? How easy is it for the droplets to spread? How much are you sort of packed in light sardines or not and that real? I mean that's a physical thing That is really important and I do think we probably need to educate people to minimize the. They're our contact and to stay home more. You can go out where there's no one else if you're going walking in the woods or something or going to a place where there are other people But I do think Restricting how we move around is going to be important I will note that not every but most of the Ivy League schools now for example colleges mine included. We're going online. The second half of the semester is all going to be online. Students aren't going to be in. Dormitories accepts students. That can go back to their home country and still complete the semester. So you are seeing a lot of action. But it's not concerted and that's what it's not systematic and that's what's bothering me Dr Hotels. We've been checking with you throughout the unfolding of the goal pandemic and I'm curious. Are we learning more about the virus itself about the basics about the transmission rate? Which seems to be maybe lower than at first. We thought the fatality rate the incubation period. Where is our knowledge right now about this so the transmission rate still seems to be? Pretty High Dr Fao. She mentioned. It's probably a significantly higher than the influenza as well as the mortality rate. But the you know just to echo and reinforce some of the things zeke Doctor Emmanuel was was saying we've learned a few things from a recent analysis. My colleague Mark Lipchitz sit at Harvard School of Public Health Chan School of Public Health together with a student a doctoral student. Ruan Lee didn't analysis of the Chinese cities in terms of how severe the epidemic is with the extreme example being Wuhan rare nine thousand people wound up in and severely ill with two thousand in the ICU versus city. Like Long Joe where there was only twenty a big difference right and it looked like it's primarily to do to how quickly you got on top of things after sustained community transmission started. So they let it go for six weeks. Before they implemented aggressive control and testing whereas in Guangzhou were the only at twenty cases one week. What's the lesson learned from the United States We're now about three weeks into this in terms of sustained community transmission. We had our first case of community transmission around the end of April so subtract a week before then. So we're getting to the point where because we're not doing adequate diagnostic testing and implementing those very important control measures. That seek pointed out. We're in a situation. Where we could risk being closer to Wuhan and Guangzhou and and we do we. We can't be there so now is a very critical period over the next couple of weeks where we have to be very aggressive about closing down major venues. We just this Houston. Today with the Rodeo was a tough decision but was the right decision that we're going to have to do this all over the country right now and the reason is this because if we miss that opportunity we then have. Our new problem becomes surge capacity hospitals. Where we're not gonNA have enough beds. We're not GONNA have enough into ventilators. We don't want to go in that direction. So now's now czar. Big Schnauzer going to be our last chance. We've already missed that in over the last few weeks. Can I reemphasize something? Peter says which is so in the entire United States. We have about eight hundred thousand hospital beds a little under eight hundred thousand hospital beds. In the entire United States we have under seventy thousand adult intensive care unit. Beds we have about sixty five thousand ventilators with the strategic supply. I've heard that it goes up slightly under one hundred thousand. That's our maximum capacity in the country at the moment if you imagine that even two percent of the population gets the corona virus and we have about six percent who are seriously. Ill GonNa need a respirator. We've exhausted all that supply. Just for those patients. Forget the heart attack patients. Forget the patients who need it for any other reason and I think what Peter said is exactly right we probably have missed two or three turns over the last few weeks where we could have gotten things down and just focusing on the hot spots. Seattle New Rochelle. I think is not. We need a much more systematic countrywide approach so that we don't overwhelm the healthcare system. Which already you know doesn't have that much search capacity in it. Dr Hotels Final Point to you for people that are watching this I. I've struggled with this for the last three weeks right. Communicating in a way that does not induce catastrophe or panic but also is clear eyed about the risks. And I do think it's worth just going back to the distinction between your individual risk you random American one of three hundred thirty million that you will get very sick and need to be hospitalized or may as life threatening illnesses that individual risk for any given random person is probably low in the grand scheme of things and this systemic risk to the society and to the healthcare system which is extremely high at this moment. Is that a fair way of phrasing. It yeah absolutely and also remember. It's it's all about communicating. What our top priorities are in. This is what I've been disappointed about. We've lost a lot of time because of a blanket statements that are not backed by data saying this is contained. This is this is the cold. This is the flu when in fact we know that there are specific groups that are at high risk including older older individuals those with underlying disabilities and our healthcare workers. And so what I've been looking for is at the White House. Press briefings to say. Look these are four. Bit Concerns Right. These are three or four populations That were concerned about This is a why we need to get on top of this very quickly. And here's what we're doing about it and and historically the American people have responded very well to this They understood this three. Bola Zeka as we say. This is not our first Rodeo so so we know how to respond and we just need that clear kind of concise messaging right now. All right. Just had one thing to Chris. Point which is we also do know the ass for any individual. The risk is low except we do know that there are certain people and Peter Emphasize of those who are over sixty or sixty five those who have chronic illness. They are at high risk and what we have done in. This country is aggregate them in nursing homes. Those are most vulnerable people people in nursing and we really have to social distance. There reduced the number of visitors. Probably two zero. Make sure that people are counting up and taking a donning protective equipment so that we don't have that Patriot play just explode with corona virus like it did in Seattle because almost every one of them is really on the verge just like the cruise ships. Good Point -portant point Zeki Manual. Dr Peter Hotels. Thank you

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Mediterranean Diet Grabs the Top Spot for Best Healthy Lifestyle Plan

Diet Science

10:36 min | 1 year ago

Mediterranean Diet Grabs the Top Spot for Best Healthy Lifestyle Plan

"There is a topic that you WanNa talk talk about this week. Yeah absolutely. We're talking about the Mediterranean Diet today. Okay because it's ranked number one by the US News News Best diets what the. US News does. is they evaluate thirty five different diets and they get input from a panel of experts. Experts including doctors nutritionists Dietitians and people who specialize in diabetes heart health human behavior and weight loss and they They basically look at criteria to rank the diets based on whether they meet the USDA my plate guidelines for calories portions vitamins and minerals as well as whether they help or hinder weight loss and also they have to be relatively easy to follow so so the Mediterranean Diet as ranked number one this year for twenty twenty but it also ranked number one last year and it has been in the either the a number one or number two position in previous years as well so The Mediterranean Diet to me is. It's it's almost kind of like like a no nonsense. Overall healthy approach to eating and living in. And what's really interesting is when we talk about the Mediterranean Diet. Hi and unfortunately the word Diet is in the name but I kind of wish. It wasn't because it's really a it's a lifestyle. It's a lifestyle and in fact when you read about doubted you see that. It doesn't just only incorporate the food aspects but it also talks about The lifestyle of having you you know being active in your life and also about Community sharing meals with family and that type of thing so the whole idea of family dinners is even even a part of the whole philosophy of a Mediterranean diet lifestyle so And it's been around a while the one one really interesting being History on the Mediterranean Diet was that you know it's been research since the nineteen fifties early findings emerged out of something called the seven countries study which began in nineteen fifty seven and it was. It was directed by a A researcher named Ansel keys from the University of Minnesota and he brought together researchers from all over the world to collectively steady the medical questions of the time concerning specifically cardiovascular diseases among people who were living in countries with a variety of different traditional eating patterns in lifestyles. And what what came out of this. You know there were. He looked at twenty two different countries. But what he presented in his research was seven of them and They found that the healthiest people were living in Crete which is one of the islands in the Mediterranean region so by the Mediterranean reflects the food and social social customs of people that live in countries that have a coastline along the Mediterranean Sea. So this is going to include places like Italy Greece Spain Inter in Turkey so so when we think of Mediterranean. That's you know the countries that were thinking of and then also the food and customs that come from that region agent and this goes back centuries so recent research shows like what are the types of foods that they eat and not only that they they look look at if someone is living in the United States and they're following these same dietary principles and lifestyle principles that they can get similar results as what have been seen in the studies of people who have been following this way of life for for generations. So What are you know? Everyone probably wants to know. So what's included and and we eat. And what do they do. The question is what do they eat in. What are they? Don't eat right. Well that's a really good. That's really good okay. So what's really kind of fascinating is there really is no one exact Mediterranean diet because the guidelines reflect different foods from all these different countries. But what what we have done is we've sort of Honed it down And and looked at it so Aside from the fact that processed foods are not included did In the Mediterranean Diet. This is a very almost like pure processed free Iva Diet in fact you know if we wanted to make a comparison between the process free lifestyle described in my book. The science of skinny and the Mediterranean Diet is very similar You know there might just be different difference in portions and that type of thing So aside from that What's really kind of cool about it is? It's kind of unrestrictive and simple. The calories are not a concern. The foundation is built upon anti inflammatory plant based meals with a focus on deeply colored the fruits and vegetables especially the green leafy types such as Chard Kale and spinach and the non starchy type. Vegetables like artichokes folks cauliflower eggplant tomatoes And then a lots of different herbs and spices like Basil Bay leaves Fennel Garlic Parsley Lee Rosemary. And sage and lots of beans beans tend to be A A focus in the Mediterranean Diet and less red meat in in fact in in the most of the Mediterranean traditional societies Red Meat or pork was only eaten. Minimally like maybe yeah well well not only even just like a side but also like only maybe once a month or on a special occasion like a birthday or a wedding or something so it was not a regular learn every day food and so then that still is tantamount part of the Mediterranean Diet. And why it's been used a lot of heart health studies. So it's you know because people who have cardiovascular disease and need to improve their diet Eliminating the saturated fat from Red Meat's is one one of the the keys to that so Is consuming more fish. Is that a an aspect of the Mediterranean diet or no yes in fact fish is one of the main animal foods. Okay in the Mediterranean diet it does include some dairy But in much smaller amounts than what like our USDA guidelines would recommend which USDA guidelines. Tell us to eat three dairy servings a day in the Mediterranean Diet it's very minimal And in those countries and look look in the traditional diet it was mainly from either goat's milk or sheep's milk and they would make that into cheese so they didn't sit there Erin. Drink glasses of milk right so In the US it you know. The Mediterranean diet is recommending low fat dairy which I would probably not recommend that I would recommend whole fat dairy but in the minimal quantities that We they see in the Mediterranean Diet. Do you mentioned that in the science of skinny I do okay. Yeah I say whole milk is is preferred but you don't need to consume a lot of it and it's actually kind of optional. Really no one needs to eat dairy And I think we see that in the Mediterranean diet that it's it's very minimally focused and so you could even leave it out One thing I like about the Mediterranean Diet also is that it's the percentages of the what we call the macronutrients as the fats carbohydrates and the protein we see a higher air percentage of good fat. And of course olive oil is the main source of good fat olive. Oil Fish and nuts are where most of the fat in the Diet comes from and these are all unsettled basically monounsaturated and also some polyunsaturated from fish like the Omega threes Are are where most of the fat comes from. And it's about forty percent of the caloric intake per day is coming from fats which is higher than in what the USDA guidelines recommend but yet we see really good health with people following this on the flip side. Though you have the other part of it is that we have you know all all. The carbohydrates are complex. Meaning it's from beans or from starchy type vegetables or from whole grains so we. I don't see any processed grains in the Mediterranean Diet so the complex carbohydrate percentages are are lower than what we would see in the USDA guidelines and then the protein is quite moderate anywhere between Fifteen to twenty percent of calories coming from protein so most Mediterranean meals. Actually look. Vegetarian is that they're very plant. Centered yes so you would see you know. Mostly vegetables on the plate Probably some some beans or grains and then very minimal amounts of fish or You know if if red meat is consumed. It's like it's like I say it's minimal and it's not often in the in the month so Now a couple of other things they also include red wine oh And that is for the polyphenols that are in the skins of the grapes. And when they're fermented into wine it increases the concentration nation of those polyphenols and so that tends to also be quite heart healthy and lots of 'em antioxidants. The polyphenols are antioxidants. so however it's not unlimited The recommendation is. It's one five ounce glass of red wine for women per day and two I five ounce glasses for men per day and that's the recommendation but of course one thing I always tell people is if you're not already a consumer of wine you you don't have to add this into follow the Mediterranean Diet. It's it's it's there but it's optional. You mean the the wine right the wind like you know you you know some people say oh. I don't drink red wine or I don't drink at all right so I can't do that and that's fine. You don't have to do that. That's the other thing about. It is very adaptable. You could make gluten free you. Can you know you can adjust for different food sensitivities that or food preferences. This is that a person would want to do so. I'm not surprised that it's ranked number

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"parsley" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"parsley" Discussed on Diet Science

"McCaffrey so G.. What's what's the topic for this week this week? We are talking about the power of Parsley Parsley. Okay yes well. We've we've covered parsley years ago for podcasts. I'm sure there's news wonderful things about personally Being your husband. I know that you put Parsley in a lot of things we eat. I really really appreciate that so what you just explained to all of us this obsession. You may have with Parsley. Well I guess we would call it a small obsession but I just love the taste or guitar. Firstly yeah and then when I learned nutrition I learned a lot about the health benefits of Parsley. And then that it just kind of made it like well. I've gotTa have parsley in anything that I could possibly have it in so I found different ways to add it to my foods and recipes. uh-huh is it because it has some amazing health benefits which I wanted to talk about. Today's do please do so. I think if an herb could be described as humble we'll parsley would fit that bill. I feels right to me. Because it's so underrated. Most people just think of it as a plate garnish right and as the plate garnish. oftentimes people don't even eat it. Leave it there on the plate. Of course we always eat our SPRIG of Parsley. We do. Yeah so one one of the reasons why I I find it to be a very important food is. It's one of the most alkaline forming foods As an herb. It's a food and so- alkaline forming is. That's basically how it balances our body. Chemistry keeps US healthy so In one of the reasons why it is alkaline. Forming is because it has a lot of the minerals. Enrolls that are alkaline forming it has calcium and magnesium and potassium minute which are three really important? alkaline forming minerals uh-huh It also has vitamins a B one. B Three Benign Vitamin C and Vitamin K. Vitamin K is important for for Keeping the blood healthy vitamins. A and C are anti oxidants so they help stop free radical damage from happening in the body body they boost up our immune system so in fact partially is one of the richest sources of vitamin C.. I don't think a lot of people know that I always think of orange juice juice or vitamin C.. Source hersely interesting yes. So by the way calcium magnesium and phosphorus. which is also in Parsley? Are All the minerals that make up our bone so a lot of people think of of milk for strong bones. I think of Parsley Parsley. Okay okay her strong bones so okay now. There are two different types of parsley right You might have noticed there's the curly type And then there's the flat type. The flat type is often called Italian. Parsley so. We've got curly Parsley Italian Parsley nutritionally. There similar okay. There's really not a big difference but in uncooking there's some differences because the flat leaf Parsley tends to withhold itself and and lend a Ni- savory flavor to things that you would cook it in like like a long cook like a broth or soup or or some other you know like a baked good or something whereas the curly parsley is something that you would probably add at the end end of the cooking so you wouldn't put Your big sprigs of curly parsley in a broth. Use the flat parsley for that. And then you might. I want to Add some chopped fresh parsley on top of the the bowl of soup. Once you serve it Is there any sodium. That's more than it should be in in Parsley Parsley well. Most of our plant foods have naturally occur occurring sodium in small quantities the value value of Parsley would be that. It has higher amounts of potassium as opposed to natural sodium. And there's that's really important because the potassium sodium ratio. She Oh in our diet is supposed to have like five times more. Potassium we have of sodium in our diet in the American Diet. It's the complete opposite of that You know we have like more than five times more sodium. Sometimes it's like fifty times more sodium than potassium so parsley can help balance that out too because of if it's potassium content awesome. Yeah so some ways to use it it's really I use it in a variety of ways one. I like to throw a handful of that in my I smooth these Just like any other smoothie if you admit that you would make with fruits and then some Greens usually I'll throw some Greens and they're like either spinach spinach or Romaine lettuce or Kale or something but always a handful of parsley also And you don't taste the parsley so much in those Fruit Green Green smoothies because the fruits usually are what come through in the flavors and the Greens are usually not tasted like like. You don't typically taste spinach in your green in smoothies and the same thing with the Parsley so I like to sprinkle parsley on everything. Pretty much We sprinkle it on even scrambled eggs like to put it in soups that we make I mix it into like meatloaf or Veggie burgers. I just chop it up fresh You can even make a parsley tea. You just take the you know the you know a couple of teaspoons or I'm sorry couple tablespoons of Parsley or just grabbed grabbed few sprigs let it steep and some hot water. And you've got a parsley tea which is really good for your digestion. Oh Yeah and one of the best uses icy for Parsley is is as a breath freshener. Also if you if you eat a meal that has strong flavors in it especially garlic I just did a a little cooking class on garlic and that was one of the things that I shared at the end. was that after. You eat garlic. especially if it's either a fresh garlic recipe or roasted roasted garlic recipe take sprig of Parsley and chew it. The stem part and the leaves chew it. You can chew it enough you can eat it That helps fresh in. Your breath takes away all that garlicky smell on your breath interesting. Yeah you can even. This is kind of interesting because it's really good for the digestion. Can you can chop it up and put it in your pets food because if you notice your pets have a little bit of bad breath write you and maybe they have some awesome digestion stuff going on it will parsley can even like kill worms and little parasites pets so you can just chop it up and mix it into their wet food. We WanNa do that. Yeah Jeff put up a small. Yeah yeah so I mean there's so many benefits of Parsley who doesn't want to go out right now and buy a bunch of Parsley and have it in your fridge throughout the week. That's what I do. I buy buy a fresh one at the beginning of the week and then I just use it up through the week. Yeah I love it. I Love Parsley. I I I'm the beneficiary of all that you know so anything more before we go. I think we have covered most of what we wanted to cover about parsley today. my my hope is that People will start using can get in various ways in their diet. Will I love that. Having Parsley be our main focus is just awesome. I love it. Thank you D for another informative week diet. Science is the official PODCASTS for process. Free America were a nonprofit dedicated to eliminating childhood and adult obesity city through nutrition education to both young and old. You can catch this podcast and lots of.

The Power of Parsley

Diet Science

07:20 min | 1 year ago

The Power of Parsley

"This week? We are talking about the power of Parsley Parsley. Okay yes well. We've we've covered parsley years ago for podcasts. I'm sure there's news wonderful things about personally Being your husband. I know that you put Parsley in a lot of things we eat. I really really appreciate that so what you just explained to all of us this obsession. You may have with Parsley. Well I guess we would call it a small obsession but I just love the taste or guitar. Firstly yeah and then when I learned nutrition I learned a lot about the health benefits of Parsley. And then that it just kind of made it like well. I've gotTa have parsley in anything that I could possibly have it in so I found different ways to add it to my foods and recipes. uh-huh is it because it has some amazing health benefits which I wanted to talk about. Today's do please do so. I think if an herb could be described as humble we'll parsley would fit that bill. I feels right to me. Because it's so underrated. Most people just think of it as a plate garnish right and as the plate garnish. oftentimes people don't even eat it. Leave it there on the plate. Of course we always eat our SPRIG of Parsley. We do. Yeah so one one of the reasons why I I find it to be a very important food is. It's one of the most alkaline forming foods As an herb. It's a food and so- alkaline forming is. That's basically how it balances our body. Chemistry keeps US healthy so In one of the reasons why it is alkaline. Forming is because it has a lot of the minerals. Enrolls that are alkaline forming it has calcium and magnesium and potassium minute which are three really important? alkaline forming minerals uh-huh It also has vitamins a B one. B Three Benign Vitamin C and Vitamin K. Vitamin K is important for for Keeping the blood healthy vitamins. A and C are anti oxidants so they help stop free radical damage from happening in the body body they boost up our immune system so in fact partially is one of the richest sources of vitamin C.. I don't think a lot of people know that I always think of orange juice juice or vitamin C.. Source hersely interesting yes. So by the way calcium magnesium and phosphorus. which is also in Parsley? Are All the minerals that make up our bone so a lot of people think of of milk for strong bones. I think of Parsley Parsley. Okay okay her strong bones so okay now. There are two different types of parsley right You might have noticed there's the curly type And then there's the flat type. The flat type is often called Italian. Parsley so. We've got curly Parsley Italian Parsley nutritionally. There similar okay. There's really not a big difference but in uncooking there's some differences because the flat leaf Parsley tends to withhold itself and and lend a Ni- savory flavor to things that you would cook it in like like a long cook like a broth or soup or or some other you know like a baked good or something whereas the curly parsley is something that you would probably add at the end end of the cooking so you wouldn't put Your big sprigs of curly parsley in a broth. Use the flat parsley for that. And then you might. I want to Add some chopped fresh parsley on top of the the bowl of soup. Once you serve it Is there any sodium. That's more than it should be in in Parsley Parsley well. Most of our plant foods have naturally occur occurring sodium in small quantities the value value of Parsley would be that. It has higher amounts of potassium as opposed to natural sodium. And there's that's really important because the potassium sodium ratio. She Oh in our diet is supposed to have like five times more. Potassium we have of sodium in our diet in the American Diet. It's the complete opposite of that You know we have like more than five times more sodium. Sometimes it's like fifty times more sodium than potassium so parsley can help balance that out too because of if it's potassium content awesome. Yeah so some ways to use it it's really I use it in a variety of ways one. I like to throw a handful of that in my I smooth these Just like any other smoothie if you admit that you would make with fruits and then some Greens usually I'll throw some Greens and they're like either spinach spinach or Romaine lettuce or Kale or something but always a handful of parsley also And you don't taste the parsley so much in those Fruit Green Green smoothies because the fruits usually are what come through in the flavors and the Greens are usually not tasted like like. You don't typically taste spinach in your green in smoothies and the same thing with the Parsley so I like to sprinkle parsley on everything. Pretty much We sprinkle it on even scrambled eggs like to put it in soups that we make I mix it into like meatloaf or Veggie burgers. I just chop it up fresh You can even make a parsley tea. You just take the you know the you know a couple of teaspoons or I'm sorry couple tablespoons of Parsley or just grabbed grabbed few sprigs let it steep and some hot water. And you've got a parsley tea which is really good for your digestion. Oh Yeah and one of the best uses icy for Parsley is is as a breath freshener. Also if you if you eat a meal that has strong flavors in it especially garlic I just did a a little cooking class on garlic and that was one of the things that I shared at the end. was that after. You eat garlic. especially if it's either a fresh garlic recipe or roasted roasted garlic recipe take sprig of Parsley and chew it. The stem part and the leaves chew it. You can chew it enough you can eat it That helps fresh in. Your breath takes away all that garlicky smell on your breath interesting. Yeah you can even. This is kind of interesting because it's really good for the digestion. Can you can chop it up and put it in your pets food because if you notice your pets have a little bit of bad breath write you and maybe they have some awesome digestion stuff going on it will parsley can even like kill worms and little parasites pets so you can just chop it up and mix it into their wet food. We WanNa do that. Yeah Jeff put up a small. Yeah yeah so I mean there's so many benefits of Parsley who doesn't want to go out right now and buy a bunch of Parsley and have it in your fridge throughout the week. That's what I do. I buy buy a fresh one at the beginning of the week and then I just use it up through the week. Yeah I love it. I Love Parsley. I I I'm the beneficiary of all that you know so anything more before we go. I think we have covered most of what we wanted to cover about parsley today. my my hope is that People will start using can get in various ways in their diet.

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The Power of Parsley

Diet Science

01:53 min | 1 year ago

The Power of Parsley

"What's what's the topic for this week this week we are talking about the power of Parsley Parsley Okay yes well we've we've covered parsley years ago for podcasts I'm sure there's news wonderful things about personally being your husband I know that you put Parsley in a lot of things we eat I really really appreciate that so what you just explained to all of us this obsession you may have with Parsley well I guess we would call it a small obsession but I just love the taste or guitar firstly yeah and then when I learned nutrition I learned a lot about the health benefits of Parsley and then that it just kind of made it like well I've gotta have parsley in anything that I could possibly have it in so I found different ways to add it to my foods and recipes uh-huh is it because it has some amazing health benefits which I wanted to talk about today's do please do so I think if an herb could be described as humble we'll parsley would fit that bill I feels right to me because it's so underrated most people just think of it as a plate garnish right and as the plate Garnish oftentimes people don't even eat it leave it there on the plate of course we always eat our sprig of parsley we do yeah so one one of the reasons why I I find it to be a very important food is it's one of the most alkaline forming foods as an herb it's a food and so- alkaline forming is that's basically how it balances our body chemistry keeps US healthy so in one of the reasons why it is alkaline forming is because it has a lot of the minerals enrolls that are alkaline forming it has calcium and magnesium and potassium minute which are three really important alkaline forming minerals uh-huh it also has

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Does the Military Teach a Sleep Meditation Technique?

BrainStuff

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Does the Military Teach a Sleep Meditation Technique?

"Today's episode is brought to you by IBM. SMART is open open is smart i._B._M.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at I._B._M.. Dot Com slash slash red hat welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren Boban here getting good sleep is important for everyone. It's essential for optimal cognitive performance physiological Michael Processes emotional regulation and quality of life but the National Sleep Foundation founded. It's two thousand eighteen annual sleep index study that just ten percent of American adults prioritize sleep over other things in their daily lives such as fitness nutrition work social life and hobbies. Lobbies and personal interests in the study just thirty five percent of those surveyed describe their sleep. Quality is good while twenty two percent said it was fair and twelve percent rated their sleep quality as poor. Most adults should get between seven and nine hours of sleep per night and the effects of sleep deprivation when you don't get enough sleep can be serious so what's one to do when they either can't fall asleep or simply. Don't get good quality of sleep when they do a pop culture legend of sorts suggests that the military might have the answer the members of the armed forces do have to sleep in dangerous and stressful environments all the time and the consequences of Parsley for soldiers on missions can be catastrophic soldiers on deployment often have unpredictable schedules that conflict with their natural circadian rhythms and they have small sleep quarters that double is personal and leisure space. That's why soldiers reportedly use a meditation technique that helps them or anyone fall into restful sleep in two minutes according to a November two thousand fifteen report from the U._S.. Army a metric called. The performance triad is used to assess and improve soldiers readiness in the areas of physical activity nutrition and sleep. The report revealed that almost one third of soldiers get less than five hours of sleep per night one out of every twenty active duty soldiers takes prescription sleep medication and sleep deprivation can increase the risk of soldiers developing post traumatic stress disorder the report includes the performance triad course offered to soldiers provides technical sleep techniques to help them get as much rest as possible while on deployment it also suggests soldiers aim to get eight hours of sleep in a twenty four hour period and avoid caffeine six hours before bedtime includes advice on how to use caffeine or energy drinks to improve performance while minimizing their impact on sleep. Although this report demonstrates the army's understanding of the importance of sleep it includes no mention of Meditation Asleep Tool. So where did this oft-cited technique come from the technique was developed in the U._S.. Navy pre flight school. It appears to have entered entered popular culture by way of Nineteen eighty-one self-help book. That's now out of print called relax and win championship performance. The author Lloyd Bud Winter was by then a well known track and field coach. The book is actually based on research that winter conducted as as a naval ensign after World War Two years before the book's publication winters technique was tested on two groups and winters navy pre flight academy to teach naval aviators how to properly relax and fall asleep faster the test group outperformed the control group in numerous. I tests and drills and after six weeks ninety six percent of the group could fall asleep practically on command so while the technique has seen a resurgence lately thanks to some mentions in the press. It's definitely not new but it is courtesy of the military. Winter described the process of this book to physically relaxed quickly in short his technique leads you through full body relaxation and then helps you clear your mind you start by slowly relaxing the muscles in your face including your tongue and lips then moved onto your shoulders arms and torso let each muscle go limp and breathe slowly as you concentrate on relaxing focus on your chest while you take deep breaths and exhale releasing your tension with your breaths once your upper body muscles feel relaxed move down to your thighs calves and feet consider them dead weight finally take three deep breaths and when you let them out blow out all of your remaining tension the process should take about a minute and a half it takes practice to relax your body on command so the trick is to I tense up each area. Area and then relax it clear your mind by concentrating on a calming mental image in theory. You should fall asleep pretty quickly based on recent military publications. It's unclear if this technique is still taught or widely used but if you haven't insomnia or just aren't getting a good night's rest. There's certainly no harm in trying it. Today's episode was written by series three and produced by Tyler claim. Breen stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works more than this and lots of other relaxing topics visit our home planet? How stuff works dot com and for more podcast from IHEART radio is iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows I'm Dana Schwartz and I'm the host of noble blood a new history podcast from iheart Radio Aaron Minke that focuses on the stories?

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"parsley" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"parsley" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Sodium so that leaves you with like five hundred forty something something milligrams left for the whole day and that's just after one slice of pizza so you can imagine how it adds up quickly now granted. You're not all going out to eat and having one slice of pizza but that's an example of when you eat out something like really really small maybe loaded with sodium so another tip would be try to avoid eating out where the sodium hidden and almost everything like try to cook a lot home or you can control the salt and some substitutes for salt that I tried to use around the house would be spices when herbs like Parsley Ginger Oregano Basil Salon Tro all that stuff's going to help you cut back on sodium and all that stuff is going to be really healthy for your body as well. It's going to offer other health benefits like Parsley and Solano are really good for removing toxins from your body and just helping removing heading heavy metals and stuff. That's just something I remember from putting Cilantro and Parsley in my Kimberly Snyder glowing green smoothies so I remember her saying that it does that so it's a great way to also get some antioxidants the accident so try doing that and then here's a tip that I found when I was researching how to kind of get that salty taste without really adding salt and cinnamon. Here's a trick it's mostly thought of as a sweetener I mean obviously we put in sweet things but you can actually use cinnamon to reduce sodium by combining it with low sodium broth when preparing whole grains like barley millet or keen wa and I guess it will add a really nice flavor so I'm definitely going to have to try that one out something else I use to add four flavor is lemons lemons limes obviously no brainer that those are good for you and then you can also cook with wine if you want to. If you want to sprinkle it into a dish it'll be something that adds some flavor but not necessarily sodium so. I hope that this helps y'all. I know that it's hard to incorporate a lot of different health tips but I mean just for your own wellbeing. We need to be looking out for sodium intake. I'm not just for how are closed fit like my dad's girlfriend. She has major heart problems and some other stuff going on and she's eighty three but she liked can't have any salt like none cit foods. That's a chip that I love the chips are amazing if you can find them in a store near you but they're great company and they have assault free chip so she would eat those which was really amazing. I think when companies are aware that some people oh hey can't have salt because of health reasons like they make a potato chip which is fried and Avocado oil so that's healthier than other oils and it's made with cassava flour so they're gluten free but then they make assault free one and it's actually really good so that could be a chip alternative for you if you wanted to or I love rice cakes. I mean I really do. I know some people are like Oh. That tastes like cardboard..

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"parsley" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"parsley" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"I think it was room temperature you headed on schnitzel. Yes. It could have been a crimp fresh take off. But actually, I think the issue we're talking about here are the herbs. Yeah. Dillard's one of them in the needed parsley. Chives Pimpernel Borish sherve and sorelle. Let me ask you question. What you liked about the sauce was what exactly the cream of it or the herb profile? Well, that's interesting because certainly the community of it. And the flavor went well with the dish that we were served. We didn't know enough about what was in it to say that. Oh, gee, the barrage really made a difference. Yeah. Are there other herbs that are similar to that that are more generally available? If we can't find these, and if we can't find them locally are they available dry and could those be somehow some try. Herbs. Two groups sort of the base parsley is a base Basil's obey cetera. And then the sharper more pungent aromatic herbs tarragon time deal. Also would be great. I think what's good about the sauces. There's a cream meanest to it. But this sharpness to it as well. So I would just get parsley. As a base is always a good start and had two or three. Other more pungent herbs. I would make it when you can go to farmers market or you grow it. But I wouldn't end up spending fifteen dollars on five packages of herbs from the supermarket right for the sorrel, add lemon juice for your cream. I would use crimp fresh which you can boil. So you could heat it up throw in the fresh herbs. Maybe saute up some shallots or something. I throw in the crash throw in the fresh herbs add salt and pepper. And you might have something that vaguely comes near to what you enjoyed. Okay. Well, that's really helpful. Thank you so much. Okay. And not. Dryden Dryden writer care except for a few. I think Rosemary and time or fine. But this is all about fresh herbs. So all right. Thank you Gail going. Okay..

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India's lower house passes citizenship bill

24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

India's lower house passes citizenship bill

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"parsley" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"parsley" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Are you all i use parsley chives i use a lot of parsley and yeah i honestly will chives are big one for me zinc everything if you like it i think those are the really skinny lying in reading things there's sort of i think they're sort of green onion that galleon scouting chinese tiny greeley thin small green live pretty much yes on the dice starts tomorrow in the story you put it on the on that sanitary accu made probably i think so i think so yeah what else like even just using i also will use a lot of like seeds or nuns i don't really like to eat seeds and nuts on their own so i'll put them into like food and they actually tastes they taste really good because they have flavor like the saw whatever factor as crunch bactor but without like eating those things on own makes the sauce more complicated also it makes them look more instagram just like throw sesame seeds on fucking anything he looks like you are like mister like adding also see salt to anything that's textured it has texture that you would never believe like wow you're insta chef yeah it's again it's that so meal preps are mill prepping the sorry the meals livers services are good but i don't think that like when you cook on your own that it has to be that has seen me like that like it doesn't need to be intense dish like you can just season.

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"parsley" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"parsley" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Fantastic okay lucy thank you take care thank you okay all right this is the most your radio i'm christopher kimbell if you have a cooking failure a conundrum or a complaint or if you just want to try to stump us give us a ring eight five five four to six ninety four three eight five five four to six nine eight four three or you can email us at questions and milk street radio dot com welcome to military radio who's gon our curry from santa fe so how can we help you well uh i have a question about parsley sees i have a parsley couple of partially plants that have gone to see and i know parsley related to celery and so i was thinking possibly i could use the parsley seeds in cooking in some way and some culinary manner have looked everywhere and i've called spice companies and nobody seems to know if you can use parsley season if so how well i didn't taste it because i wasn't sure if there was some kind of something in the parsley plant is concentrated in the seeds fits toxic you know i don't really know i just thought maybe you might know if there's some culture that has you know used partially seeds that's such a question but assuming their edible i have no idea federal seat a lot and you and you salaries and salary sand right i was thinking gosh i can make pickles and put the heads and they're you know like i do with deal but i thought it's a weird that i'm not finding any culinary use were on the internet.

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"parsley" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"parsley" Discussed on On The Media

"On the media is proudly supported by parsley parsley wants to make sure the work created by journalists reporters and media companies reaches the audience that needs to see it by empowering newsrooms with data parsley helps improve audience development see how smart use of analytics can change the impact media can make more at par stat l y o t m this is on the media i'm bob garfield before president trump insisted on desk for the truckdriver accused of killing eight people in lower manhattan on halloween you first amused about sending the suspect to guantanamo bay are you considering announced that i would certainly consider that are you send them to get though i would certainly consider that in two thousand fifteen the world got a peek inside with the publication of guantanamo diary the heavily redacted account of interrogation imprisonment and torture written by inmate muhammadu old salah he a twenty nine year old mauritanian engineer slow he was first detained in two thousand for his suppose it connections to the millennium bomb plot though quickly cleared in that matter he was nonetheless kept in custody at the prison for fourteen years writer and human rights activist larry seems an edited the book muhammadu road while imprisoned a year later salah he was finally released and he and seems spent months on redacting the manuscript larry welcome back to the show thank you bob salah he was originally suspected of a connection to the socalled millennium bomb plot to blow up la ex airport how so he briefly moved to canada in 1999 got there just about the time that this guy named ahmad ressam was caught coming into the united states with the trunk load of explosives to try to blow up lx airport and because they had gone to the same mosque muhammadu fell under suspicion he actually was living working peaceful in mauritania through nine eleven after nine eleven the united states picked up muhammadu and then on november 20th two thousand and one put him on a rendition plain to jordan and that began his ordeal in us custody.

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"parsley" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"parsley" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"I think is highly unlikely that it becomes the mainstream but i think like anything else it could become a pocket foyer uh the people who are really interested in self self care and um health optimization in longevity and if we can do that to a significant amount of the population i think maybe we move the needle allott and health care and health care expenses and um healthcare design at that point maybe we can own really start shifting the entire populations viewpoints announce um but i mean if you look at how long the nutrition battles been going on because of naive to think that the sleep battles going to be any blessed tumultuous will thank you so much to give me a ton of time and i really appreciate it and my pleasure it's chris guys talking with dr kirk parsley find amid doc parsley dot com this episode of the outside podcast was brought to you by the north face and its new venture cts jacket which works when you do to keep you cool this piece was produced by chris guys robbie carver and myself beautiful thanks to barack right in san diego for according the interview the outside podcast is a production of outside magazine npr x.

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"parsley" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"parsley" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"I don't care if you want to be v an vegan vegetarian and night eat meat that's fine too you can you can do that but um you know it again it's all about insulin sensitivity it's all about um your show partitioning an a can get complex put usually if you just eat whole foods and you don't overload on white carbohydrates you'll usually fine of course sometimes there's no avoiding sleep debt at least that's my situational parents and my wife is about to have a baby have written the credit card is about to get allow to use and i was curious of dr parsley had any advice the with the research boers out is that you lose it a couples will lose about six months asleep in the first two years of their child's life so you're looking at twenty five percent of your sleep and had 25 percent lesley for two years that's metabolic damaging they're all that's all there is to it it's sleep debt again there's nothing unique about this type of sleep that it's just sleep that what are usually recommend is very unsexy and most people don't really like to do this but i recommend to the whatever sent you candid the parents take turns of getting a good night's sleep and that might mean that you want to be good onto the basement and you put your plug in a completely dark room and new early two door gets locked in you just aren't involved in any childcare that night and that whole idea really behind that is that you pay back your sleep debt as quickly as possible.

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"parsley" Discussed on Note To Self

Note To Self

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"parsley" Discussed on Note To Self

"Note to self is supported by parsley parsley believes anyone creating content should want it to make an impact parsley provides data analytics that helped teams not just measure reach but understand and improve the impact on your audience find out how at par stat l y slash note no to self is supported by tunnel bear the simple privacy app that allows you to browse the internet more openly while protecting your personal information get a free sevenday trial at tunnel bear dot com slash note blue i think if there's been one gift to humanity from the world of video games and videogame research it has been that we better understand now a lot of ways that non pharmaceutically we can alter our brain state and then we can alter our mood that is a gift a gift and responsibility no to sell a little brain alteration no drugs needed can be a beautiful thing but when you use video games to do the altering well they need to be parameters i'm in new similar rhody your guide to this accelerated world and that is game designer and futurist gene madonna goal gene is how games yes even stupid little games like candy crash can actually be good for us if they're used the right way and i know that you guys need to hear how because as i have been travelling the country on tour from my book borden brilliant which is of course about taking charge of our technology inevitably someone in the audience asks about how they can get themselves were usually they're kid to lay off the games because most of us think of video games as time sucks or are dirty little secrets meted admit you judge the person playing candy crush next to you on the bus the whole ride home were you judge yourself for playing kimi crush all ride home i did until i talk to jane her official title is director of game research and development at the institute for the future in palo alto and jean mcdonald's job is to dream up ways for the world to be different through new technologies and new models of thinking.

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"parsley" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"parsley" Discussed on WDRC

"Cannot believe it i never knew this before new did neither day there is that this is a big deal right right no most people don't know about him um you can order butterfly i'm sorry caterpillars are online and you can raise them but they don't send the eggs they only send the bay be butterfly on the baby caterpillars to grow into a butterfly so when i went online and learned about it actually comes from an egg i thought i would try it so i took being italian i have all my on parsley in the backyard and i dragged one of my big pats into the fact that right next to the butterfly bush though as soon as they ate the butterfly bush they could smell maybe we're the parsley was and it worked i had a eggs in one week wa wa that was the first time how many how many butterflies out of those aches i'll one one there there's just one known trains and i have to say you need a magnifying glass to find them you need a magnifying glass to see them hatch unita maggie find glass to see them eat the egg you cannot really see them on that parsley plant does it have to be a parsley plan for the um swallow tales yes if you're going to raise monarchs then it's milkweed milkweed so they have certain things they had their own appetite yet what if you see a caterpillar on the ground canoe pick up the process if you were just to pick the caterpillar aplomb battered joe at because you're gonna save around if he's underground these nab eating anything so to get him some parsley or any green beef if you don't know what type of butterfly it.

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