35 Burst results for "Potato"

Millet Can Work Magic on Diabetes

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

01:50 min | 2 d ago

Millet Can Work Magic on Diabetes

"Today. We look at the best way to control diabetes. Starting with a remarkable results of crossover study randomized hundreds of people with diabetes to one and a third cup of millet every day. How does millet come to the help of diabetics a substantial portion of the starch in millet is resistant starch meaning resistant to digestion are small intestine so providing a bounty for the good bugs in our colon all way more than more common grains like rice or wheat but pro-seoul and kodo millet lead the pack. What's going on the protein matrix in millet not only access a physical barrier but actually also partially sequester. Is your starch munching enzyme. In the milit- polyphenyls can also act as starch blockers. In and of themselves mill also has remarkably slower stomach emptying times than other starchy foods. If you know white rice boiled potatoes or pasta your stomach takes about an hour digestive before starting to slowly dump it into your intestines in two or three hours to empty about half way whereas you eat sorghum or millet and stomach emptying doesn't even start until two or three hours. I may take five hours to empty even half way note. This was for both thick millet. Porridge or just like millet couscous. So since the non viscous millet couscous meal was also equally slowing emptying. this suggests. There may just be something about millet itself that helps slow stomach emptying which should blunt the blood sugar spike bud. You don't know until you put it to the

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"potato" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

10:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"potato" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"James harkin and once again we have gathered around the microphones with four favourite facts from the last seven days and in particular order. Here we go starting with fat number one. That is james okay. My this week is cheryl. Tweedy is the only member of girls aloud who doesn't share her name with a type of potato and is that deliberate. is that a snub from the potato community. I think perhaps not. I think it's just a coincidence. It's not even coincidence. Because one of them doesn't share that they were the potato if they all shared these. That'd be an incredible coincidence. Possessor abbas one of them. Doesn't i've not seen this. Come up anywhere on the internet. James is this this is not from. Oh my god facts right now. What is this. This is from my weird brain. So i was reading an article about potatoes and i noticed there was a banana potato. An almond potato. And i thought that was kind of weird i wonder if there's lots of other foodstuffs that are actually potatoes and so i found the list on potatoes started working my way down it and i found one called now dean and i remember that there was civil called nadine and girls aloud so i thought i wonder if there's other potatoes from girls aloud so i found the website with all the wells potatoes on it and searched all the names. And there's a kimberly. And the nikola. And there is maria sarah sarah's in that name which i think cal because especially because sarah sarah harding's mother is called marie so that's like we're not we're not going for the mums of the memphis is even more of a slam. That cheryl doesn't get one heading into mum territory and show. Yeah that's true. Sarah's go hers. Mum's yeah there is a cherie potato so that's quite close by not really trying to say anything important about the welfare. Just there's a lot of types of potato and a few members of goals allowed. Didn't they kind of some of the name of a lot. But i think it's made because there's lots of potatoes are named after women. Sounds like alabel on your augusta barbara. Kara charlotte desharnais juliette linda. I mean that's just. Me listing names of potatoes now. So yeah there's an anna potato is there. Yes but there isn't the dan james or an so. Anna is the cheryl tweedy of most things. She's a reverse tweedy reversed. I'm the non the no. No she's the cheryl in that position in relation to potato naming is unique among the members. A fish james. I'm just curious. Was this the agriculture and horticulture development board. Ahd be dot org dot uk websites. That you've got your potato names on no. It wasn't actually. Is that what you got. Your potatoes names from certainly is and they. I mean i don't know if this is a comprehensive list. I suspect it's not because there are thousands of potato varieties but there are romantic ones. So there's excalibur lionheart mayan twilight. Moulin rouge is a kind of potato so these are all kind of sexy ones. There is also what way outside of their name. Are they sexy. Andy just in the night literally just in the name. But i don't they don't have shapes sort of ood. That's a hot potato. The amoroso potato is not shape. Like something especially sexual. No but i do hope. The on the back of this podcast. You've changed the meaning of the phrase. Hot potato. didn't literally mean a hot thing. There is another gals loud and potato lake. Which is the only one. I've found and this is solely because of google in off the back of james fact but nadeem from girls aloud is unity in court and yes. She loves or loved when they were doing that. Gigs to each a potato before going on stage and in one of the interview she did with the magazine. She lifted the top five ways. She liked to etait. Oh okay this is important. The top five ways the likes to eat potato. See if you can hear mashed here chips. Yup roast yep jacket and new. Yeah now new is not a way of eating potato. She means toil sent boiled. If you go to a restaurant to do potatoes with your state. I know what you're going to get gonna get shit. They go oh actually you know you ought to do potatoes. These new potato. I think these right medina's clearly a potato connoisseur. She's gonna be devastated when she hears this episode. Yup was just asking questions about potatoes because she's irish point. I think she must have brought it up. I would have a potato before every show for a decade. How whether in any of her favorite methods or have four favorite methods and one favorite kind of the restaurant centrale in the lima in peru has fifty different ways to perpetators. What have you read the list. Nobody i have been the kind of potatoes. Did you go for inside up potato or something. They kind of just give you what you get. It's like a menu but there was one that was just potatoes in lots of different ways. So like one of them was quite salty. One of them was bread. Made out of a potato wonderful this announcement cool james. Did you visit the international potato center while you were there in peru. I didn't i was on holiday. And even i throw the line. Tragic by y. You don't well within your life. it's just sitting there. Regret okay. fine. I didn't know it was truth comes out. No it's Yeah there's an international potato center. I managed to find a slide show of interesting potatoes that they have online and it was quite a quite a sort of journey going through the slides. They have a potato that they like to show which is called the. Yana peanut potato. And that's nicknamed the weeping bride. The idea is that the potato needs to be healed properly by a to be wife so that the mother-in-law see they've got the skills to peel the potatoes as such. It's very lumpy potato. If they can get past all of the bomb it shows that they can navigate a potato that centrist taxes potatoes very seriously the international potato center. Then they have occasional turf wars. Don't they with chile a lot of international potatoes. the really big hitters of the potato world. Come from an island chile which is off the coast of chile and potatoes are so popular there that some people carry a potato in their pocket to ward off the spells of spiteful. Neighbors guy called andrei contrary rest mendez in twenty fourteen but his kind of lifetime vision was to go around chiloe chile just trying to find unusual potatoes because in july you had love people who kind of lived on their little homestead. And you'd have lots of elderly women who would look after the potatoes and then they would pass down the seeds of their potatoes to the next generation to the next generation to the next generation. So if you didn't have someone going round kind of collecting the seeds and saving these types of potato than when the generation snide with the lust old lady than the potatoes were to die. Okay very cool chiloe. If it's partially. I mean let you just dropped a potato shape thing into the middle seriously on a massive day is mr producer. Hoods has rebranded big news this year. Okay he's just potato head now or in fact they'll just potato head to be more inclusive of the brand because the potato had family is a whole family. I don't i realize that it'd be nothing. Toy story doesn't mrs potato. Yeah he just steals the attention so much. I think it was. The overall brand was called mr potato head and now the overall brand is potato had and they made a big thing about saying. Look you can still buy. Mr potato head within the family of potato had it was a really it was one of the. It was a craze media. Panic a predictable type every headline saying that the potato head's gone gender-neutral. Even though the press release it's gone now is on. Every mr potato head pocket says mr potato head to make it clear that so you're buying the just saying look we the whole brand mr potato head. That's like my whole family just being named after my dad. She has surnames. Like you can really imagine the press release going through the entire company and that's just going. This'll be fine. Loaded cuts this. You know the biggest mr potato head in history. I guess you could say is a guy who we've metro months before. Who's anton august am ta. But he's the rehabilitated potatoes. In france they were seen as being incredibly dangerous even though people eating them in germany at that time and he made them popular by this long. Pr campaign to get french. People in potatoes but it was partly because france was already looking for an excuse to eat potatoes if you like. Because they had they had failed grain harvest things and there were big worries about this and there were prizes to identify alternative sources of nourishment such a cool era when the government would say there's a prize if you can think of anything we can eat and he wrote an essay on potatoes at one and then he hung out with friend of the podcast benjamin franklin and was telling you all about these things potatoes and then he ended up hosting a dinner parmentier where everything was made of potatoes. What the chairs. the table. The door the house kind of like this restaurant..

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What Kind of Gut Microbiome Are You Creating?

Plant Strong

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

What Kind of Gut Microbiome Are You Creating?

"You sit down to each you can think about what kind of microbiome a my building today. Because the foods that we provide us with calories and nutrients we absorb those in our small predominantly but they the foods which to consume define the residue that gets delivered to our gut microbes. So if you're eating a standard western diet which is full of red meat processed animal fash plants deficient processed food. Okay the bacteria that live in. Your large are getting a steady supply of animal protein. Hardly any fiber and bile. They're getting bio which is produced to help to digest the multiply that fast and that feeds certain types of gut bacteria causing them to flourish and become predominance an those are the bacteria the process that stuff and generate things secondary bile acids and ammonia hydrogen sulfide gas which is pro inflammatory and hardly any short chain fatty acids and that gives a microbial environment which creates barrier dysfunction inflammation. Dna damage gino toxicity. Short a gut microbial environment that is conducive to inflammation and carcinogenesis the beginnings of cancer cells in our body. How about we make a different decision. So instead of having a big mac meal ran the bean burger and the sweet potato and the leafy greens the whole grains vegetables the fruits. So now what does our microbiome receive on this healthy whole food plant based diet well tons of fiber know very little animal protein less protein in general because we absorb what we need in this less leftover hardly any by lassus because our whole foods. Bumpy start is naturally lower in fat and lower in saturated fat. So now we're choosing to build a different kind of got microbiome.

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Is There a Right and Wrong Side of Aluminum Foil?

Something You Should Know

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Is There a Right and Wrong Side of Aluminum Foil?

"We start today in the kitchen and if you have spent any time in the kitchen you've noticed that aluminum foil has both a shiny side and adult side and in cookbooks. You'll find recipes that say cover with aluminum foil shiny side down. Some cooks believe that it makes a difference which side is up or which side is down when you line a pan does it. No it doesn't and here's how we know first of all the folks at reynold's aluminum say that the reason there is a dull side and a shiny side is simply the result of the manufacturing process. It's not intentionally. it just comes out that way. They claim there is no significant difference. Which side you use when you cook or freeze or refrigerate food secondly the chefs at america's test kitchen did three tests where they cooked baked potatoes in foil cooked mashed potatoes in pan covered with foil and heated water in a container covered with foil. All in a regular conventional oven. They did each test twice once with the shiny side facing out and once with the shiny side facing in and there was no difference. There is no difference and that is something you should know.

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Plant Based Tinder

Plant Strong

01:39 min | Last month

Plant Based Tinder

"Recently. There's there's an app call tinder. I've never used it. You've used it right. Yes reluctantly i used it for a period of time. And i'm so grateful. Those days are long behind me right but if you but if you are in tender and using it what we've discovered. Is that the fastest growing trend. When searching attributes potential dates is plant based is your potential partner plante bays. And i just find that to be so fascinating and Really a testament to what is going on right now in the plant based movement like to call it. The plant strong era is upon us right. Now how. I'd like to talk about this for just a second. That cow important is it or was it for you that your partner be plant based awhile. I'll tell you if they had that feature. I would have been thrilled. Whatever dating profile was the first to bring in that easter. I would abuse. That would have been the most important because you think about it. You know three meals a day you know. You wanna have that alignment. It just makes things so much easier every single day. And so i didn't know how important it was until of course i started dating evan who is wonderful and also plant based We were just friends. You know making sweet potato batch. Cooking on sunday nights together and that connection over food really helped us transition into a romantic

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Americans Stand Trial in Japan, Accused in Ghosn's Escape

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Americans Stand Trial in Japan, Accused in Ghosn's Escape

"Two Americans are on trial in Japan accused informant Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn's escape Michael take the and the some pizza the charge with helping gold fleet Japan well he was facing accusations of financial misconduct they've agreed that they took part in the scheme for him to escape the country the prosecution's statement accused potatoes of arranging for going to hide in a box for musical equipment that was loaded onto a checked the flew him to Lebanon the Taylors agreed there were no mistakes in the statement I'm Charles the last month

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Squalene, Squalane, What's the Story?

Allure: The Science of Beauty

02:17 min | Last month

Squalene, Squalane, What's the Story?

"As you can probably tell square lane has had a little bit of an identity crisis so let's start by setting the record straight squad lane and square lane are one in the same potato potato tomato tomato squad lane scaling as long as your pronunciation of choice ends with lane. You're talking about the same skincare ingredient. Now here's where things get convoluted that's because lane has what you can think of as a fraternal twin. Lean since this is a podcast will spell it out for you. That's s. q. U. a. l. e. n. e. square lean is naturally produced by the subconscious glands in our bodies along with triglycerides fatty acids and wax esters components of cba which helps hydrate and keep our skin barrier intact. Oh and by the way if you're not sure what a skin barrier is check out our episode on ceremonies anyway. Your body's production of squalene remember. That's with an e starts to slow down significantly after age thirty. That means your skin is less lubricated aka traded which can lead to dryness dullness in the appearance of wrinkling. So just slather on topical squalene. Right problem solved so fast. Here's dermatologist. Paul jared frank square. Lean is a great natural. Oil lipid found in the skin. But it's not always so useful in skin care products. Of course we want natural ingredients put into skin care products to help maintain the balance and moisture but the logistical storage and penetration factors of these natural substance is always so simple thus the invention of square lane with an a square lean and square lane are molecular quite similar and offer the same benefits but as dr frank alluded to square lane penetrates. The skin bar more easily and square lane is also much more chemically stable. Meaning it won't degrade when exposed to air or when used in skin care

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Potato Cakes (MM #3719)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Potato Cakes (MM #3719)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I know I shouldn't be upset. I know what the first world problem, but I saw the news the other day that I've been dreading and actually do me and reading off. This is announced, they're getting rid of their famed. Potato cakes. They added the crinkle fries, a while back, and I had a feeling potato cakes would be going soon. I don't know why I'm so enamored with them. I can actually remember the first time I ever had, Arby's Plato kicks out. Is that on vacation in Anaheim? California in 1974. That was the first time I'd ever encountered an Arby's and it was love at first bite, my mom went to work at an Arby's when we lived in Norfolk back in the late, seventies into the early eighties. And so, I'd always be able to go over and see Mom and grab. Either a beef and cheddar or regular roast beef, an order of potato cakes, and a jamocha shake. And that, pretty much tells you why. I'm as big as I am today, but I've loved the potato cakes and I think every meal I ever had an Arby's has always included, potato cakes. And I know there's nothing I can do at least, I'm not the only one upset and I know it's silly to be upset but well they kind of teased that they may be coming back on a limited basis down the road. That's still not good enough job.

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Potato Cakes (MM #3719)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Potato Cakes (MM #3719)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I know I shouldn't be upset. I know what the first world problem, but I saw the news the other day that I've been dreading and actually do me and reading off. This is announced, they're getting rid of their famed. Potato cakes. They added the crinkle fries, a while back, and I had a feeling potato cakes would be going soon. I don't know why I'm so enamored with them. I can actually remember the first time I ever had, Arby's Plato kicks out. Is that on vacation in Anaheim? California in 1974. That was the first time I'd ever encountered an Arby's and it was love at first bite, my mom went to work at an Arby's when we lived in Norfolk back in the late, seventies into the early eighties. And so, I'd always be able to go over and see Mom and grab. Either a beef and cheddar or regular roast beef, an order of potato cakes, and a jamocha shake. And that, pretty much tells you why. I'm as big as I am today, but I've loved the potato cakes and I think every meal I ever had an Arby's has always included, potato cakes. And I know there's nothing I can do at least, I'm not the only one upset and I know it's silly to be upset but well they kind of teased that they may be coming back on a limited basis down the road. That's still not good enough job.

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Aladdin 2019 Review

Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong (A Podcast from Rotten Tomatoes)

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Aladdin 2019 Review

"Nasr you're new to the show. But i'm gonna put you right in the white hot spotlight of telling our audience. All of our fresh is out there. What is allowed in two thousand and nineteen about so twenty nineteen version of aladdin. A street thiefs named aladdin. He meets this beautiful young girl. Who in reality is the gorgeous princess jasmine but he doesn't know it at the time he sort of becomes desperate to win her heart and fall in love with her and while he's sort of on that quest he comes across a lamp and genie and he becomes really close friends that this powerful genie and both of them soon find out that. The evil sorcerer. Jaffar is also wanting this lamp so that he can take over the kingdom and like neighboring towns. I think that's the best way. I can describe. Obviously so much amazing stuff happens in between. But i think that's sort of the the meat and potatoes of live action latin.

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Bedtime Story: The Boiled Frog

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Bedtime Story: The Boiled Frog

"The boiled frog once upon a time in a little kitchen a little house. A frog named frog was getting ready for dinner. Well to be more exact. The frog was getting ready to be dinner. Even if he didn't know it yet he was sitting on a strange tile counter in a little cage thinking about how his day was off to one strange start. The morning had been normal. Enough he'd been hopping through the swamps and marshes and fields with his best friend group. They were exercising their powerful legs launching back and forth it was spring and the flies and worms and grubs and all the other snacks were out in swarms for weeks at it. Seems that all frog had to leap with his mouth open and he catches fill out even trying. Thanks to all that eating frog had gotten a little round and a little slow. He was still fast enough to catch the bugs especially the worms who barely even seemed to be trying but he wasn't quite fast enough to dodge the net that suddenly swung out of the grass. Hey watch the big krokan idea. He shouted the net lifted and frog found himself. Staring into the gangly is of a human girl. I kinda frog. I caught a og. A larger man came over with a brown sack next eleven job and it's a plump one will be able to sell them at the market for shore the frog was grabbed from the net and dropped into the sack it was dark and smelled like moldy potatoes. But there were some flies at the bottom so frog didn't mind. He happily munched away until he fell asleep in the warm bag gently swaying on the man's hips hours later. He woke up too bright lights as he was moved from the sack again. When he blinked the stars out of his watery eyes he had found himself in the little cage in the little kitchen.

Judge Orders Release of DOJ Memo Justifying Not Prosecuting Trump

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Judge Orders Release of DOJ Memo Justifying Not Prosecuting Trump

"Judge in dc ordered the justice department to release a document that they've been trying to keep secret for years. Now it's the document. The justice department drew up to justify not bringing criminal charges against then president donald trump for obstruction of justice. Judge amy berman jackson and her blistering ruling this week said that trump attorney general bill barr and other trump justice department officials had essentially lied to the public and lied to the court about bars decision. That trump wouldn't be prosecuted despite the muller investigation laying out more than ten potentially criminal instances in which the president acted to obstruct the investigation into russia. Interfering in the two thousand sixteen election to help trump win the presidency of the justice department is under very very very new management. It's going to be interesting to see if the justice department. Now under attorney-general merrick garland follows judge jackson's ruling and releases document about not prosecuting trump. Or will they appeal to continue the trump justice department's efforts to keep that documents secret. The clock is ticking. On that we've been watching this every day. Now because they've got less than two weeks to either file that appeal or let that document see the light of day and in either case it's to be a really big deal. If we do see that document and as the judge hinted in her ruling it turns out that bar and the trump justice department never substantively considered the evidence evidence against trump if it turns out the evidence that trump committed obstruction was just ignored. Well that puts a very hot potato. In the lap of the new justice department leadership under president biden as to whether they might pursue those charges against trump nail

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The Hex Hollow Murder

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

01:55 min | 3 months ago

The Hex Hollow Murder

"X hollow lies in a heavily wooded area of york county pennsylvania. It has these centuries old farmhouses they give off this eerie vi- like something sinister happened there because well it did. The story starts before the great depression in the year. nineteen hundred. the american dream is alive and well. The economy is chugging along and agriculture is prospering pennsylvania. It is kind of this. Fresh land of opportunity and german settlers are flocking to your county hoping to grab a piece of the pie. One of these is the blind meyer family. They settled down in your county about a twenty minute drive north of hollow. But they're not making a living off potatoes corn like most of their neighbors. The blind myers are in the business of magic. The father a guy named immanuel blind meyer practices a form of pennsylvania german folk magic known as power. It's this combination of rituals medicinal potions and christian prayers. That are meant to do good so save. Someone's farm is in producing enough crops or they come down with the flu. They could go to a powwow healer like emmanuel for help he'd suggest may be a ceremony or he'd blessing. That could help fix the problem. That might sound niche. But america as a whole is pretty open to spiritualism at this time and an estimated. Half of your county believes in witchcraft. And hexa which is basically the power of which is secure people. As far as they're concerned how is just as real as any medical treatment provided it's done right in the year nineteen hundred emmanuel's five year old son. John comes down with a mysterious illness. And no matter. How many spells emmanuel performs. Nothing seems to help. John is keeps getting sicker

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Scott Rudin will 'step back' after allegations of bullying

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Scott Rudin will 'step back' after allegations of bullying

"I'm Julie Walker amid mounting anger over allegations of bullying Broadway and Hollywood producer Scott Rudin broke his silence Saturday saying he is profoundly sorry and will step back from his theater work the powerful producer behind book of Mormon to kill a mockingbird West Side Story said in a statement after a period of reflection I've made the decision to step back from active participation on our Broadway productions even active immediately the move comes more than a week after the Hollywood reporter story on Ruben contained accounts of him throwing glass bowls staples and baked potatoes at former employees in his statement he did not deny the allegations he said I am profoundly sorry for the pain my behavior because two individuals and he's taking steps to address it Julie Walker New York

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The Entomology of Boycotts

Interesting If True

02:02 min | 3 months ago

The Entomology of Boycotts

"I bring you interesting words and you may know all of them That have roots and a person's name, so if you remember quiz from last year i mentioned gerrymandering from Massachusetts governor l. Eldridge Gerry and the shape of voting districts kind of looked like a salamander Boston globe picked it up ran with became the gerrymander. And that's jerry me today. I really hope that some town in that in that area has a salamander mascot named Jerry. Oh that would be amazing right like of all the missed opportunities--ya so well are words today. Come also from people's names so our first one which i find really exciting well. I don't know if i told you this. I know i did on our previous show. But i don't know about the show but i went to ireland once on my honeymoon and scotland early. Yeah but this. This actually comes to us from irish irish. An irish word. The irish invented boycotting because of the english thousand percents. Yeah okay this all started in eighteen. Eighty when charles stewart parnell whom i've never heard of but was a pretty popular. Irish member of parliament named parliament after sir parlor apart so he decided that the english government had failed them in their time of need and they must seize control of their own destiny. This was not long after the potato famine. When you know. The brits really did nothing when they knew there was a problem and actively chose to ignore it while one third of the irish population starved to death. And then they that whole came in. Yeah we're assholes. So arnelle was the son of a protestant landowner who organized the rural masses into agitation against the ruling landlord class so the brits mostly the landlords owned everything. They were jacking up rent. They're throwing people out on the streets. Just terrible terrible people so kind of started. This movement called the three apps he wants fixity of tenure a freedom to sell and fair rent so these are all just people won't be affordable human rights. The same problem we're facing today.

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Climate Change Is Messing With Your French Fries

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 4 months ago

Climate Change Is Messing With Your French Fries

"You want fries with that. Potatoes are very popular side dish. The most common potato variety is the russet burbank which is mainly grown in the pacific northwest. But as the climate there gets warmer and drier growing these tubers may become more difficult. Novi is with the. Usda agricultural research service in idaho. He has to water their crops. Many farmers in his state depend on mountain snowpack which melt slowly throughout the growing season. And so if we have less snowfall up in the mountains or earlier melting of that snowpack that can impact our irrigation. Going into the future hot dry weather can reduce farmers yields and it can make the potatoes grow unattractive bumps novi says another risk posed by rising temperatures. Is that more of the potato. Starch content will convert to sugar then when you fry that tuber. We've got a very dark potato chip or dark. French fry so not desirable by most consumers to help the industry adapt novi another. Scientists have been developing new more potato varieties so even as the climate changes. Diners can continue to order fries with

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Dustin Johnson reveals Champions Dinner menu for next week's Masters Tournament

Mason & Ireland

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Dustin Johnson reveals Champions Dinner menu for next week's Masters Tournament

"The world's the masters champions dinner is something that happens every single year. Whoever wins the green coat gets to pick the menu for the next year at the beginning of of the masters and this year it is dustin johnson who got to pick the menu and it sounds good to me. It's it's a. It's a good solid american style menu of you've seen it. No i've seen any of it. Appetizers pigs in a blanket great cocktail party treat and lobster in corn fritters sounds delicious. I course either a house salad. Or a caesar salad. Now i would like a table side. Caesar whose me family style. Sides mashed potatoes and spring vegetables. Main course filet mignon and me so marinated sea bass and then the desert is peach cobbler and apple pie with vanilla ice cream. John what do you think of the menu like it solid. Yeah good options. There didn't really take any chances right. Didn't go out of the box with any of his

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Designing a Tilt Out Onion, Potato and Bread Box Pantry

Wood Talk

01:47 min | 4 months ago

Designing a Tilt Out Onion, Potato and Bread Box Pantry

"My mom wants a weird potato onion. Breadbox pantry thing. i'll idea. yeah yeah well the thing is. She's got a small condo not a lot of storage space and there's a couple of feet between a very skinny little pantry door and the garage door and there's like literally about twenty four inches of space so go over there and she's like i have an idea for this pantry thing that i want said. Show me where it goes. I take a look and she literally wants to take up the space between these two doors so that when they're both open there's almost hit this pantry thing And it's such a small kitchen. I'm like mom. You really think you really want this big thing show. Yeah this is a very popular thing. People have this so now. I'm designing a weird potato onion breadbox pantry thing and one of the things she wants on the bottom. I guess is like for the potatoes and onions to have those kind of tilt out containers it just trying to figure out how to do this. Of course first thing. I do i go to rock ler and see if they have any Hardware so they do have some of the reva shelf brand tilt mechanisms but a lot of times those are used for that little space In front of your sync which is typically wasted space. But you could put a little tray there for. I don't know brushes or you know washy things so i'm not sure that that's going to work. I guess i could also just kind of go with like regular hinges and come up with some kind of a stop system which might be the like probably the the no frills smart way to do it but anyway. I don't know so rock where does have some good hardware there for something like that and i might have to do that. But if anybody has feedback on this if you've done Not going to be too big. You know because a camping. There's no room for this thing in the first place but if you've done a till doubt system like that let me know what hardware us what works for you because i'm going to have to do something like that pretty soon.

How Big Food Controls Our Food Cravings

Kottke Ride Home

04:38 min | 4 months ago

How Big Food Controls Our Food Cravings

"Yesterday was national potato chip day. But there's no show on sundays. I'm bringing it up now and it's not like we need an extra excuse to eat potato chips anyways. In fact if author michael moss's research is correct. We really don't need any excuse at all. Potato chips are one of the most addictive foods on earth. Moss is the prize winning author of salt sugar fat. How the food giants hooked us and his new book similarly titled hooked food free will and how the food giants exploit our addictions. It's a sequel of sorts focusing in on the ways. The food giants manipulate the foods they make and our psyches to get as buying more in a review of the new book. The new york times compares potato chips to walnuts inviting you to imagine putting a fresh bowl of each out on the table in front of you trying the walnut i and taking in its many flavors and then the potato chip which is lacking in the complexity of flavor but so crispy and salty making you want to eat more and more of them in a way you rarely would with walnuts and not that this should be a measure of nutrition but walnuts actually have twenty five percent more fat per ounce than the average potato chip so if that was the only metric that you cared about eating the same amount of walnuts as potato chips would result in more fat gained from the walnuts bullet apart from the fact that walnuts have all kinds of other health benefits. Why don't they get a bad rap like potato chips. Because no one eats walnuts in the same quantities as potato chips or if they do they're not doing so for the same reasons that someone eats potato chip after potato chip. I mean no one ever said once you pop the fun. Don't stop about walnuts. Quoting the new york times says describes how foods can be engineered to trigger the brains on switch mostly the neurotransmitter dopamine and inhibit. Its off switch. A region called the prefrontal cortex these switches in the instincts that turn them on and off have deep evolutionary origins that likely helped our ancestors survive and thrive when food was scarce and wow are the hard wired instincts to eat these foods powerful more so than those that push toward addictive drugs like heroin and nicotine even seen the pictures of certain foods can cause us to salivate. In unforgettable language moss describes how less than a second after you bite into a luscious chocolate or glazed donut flavor sensations derived from a combination of sugar and fat as well as other smells and tastes. Hate your brain. Interact with memories and release a flood of neurotransmitters that stimulate and perpetuate fundamental cravings. It sometimes said that for some of us sugar as addictive as cocaine but from an evolutionary biological perspective cocaine is actually as addictive as sugar because it takes advantage of ancient mechanisms we inherited from our distant ancestors that helps them acquire rare but needed calories to stay healthy in our current modern food system consumers have to overcome instincts and make choices over which we have little control and quotes and that memory thing is huge. It's what drives a lot of seasonal tastes purchasing power. Like i mentioned last fall with regards to pumpkin spice and how it's a uniquely american phenomenon in part due to are manufactured nostalgia for thanksgiving pumpkin pie the dates back to the nineteenth century and has been multiplying on top of itself ever since quoting again multinational food companies in gastro orwellian fashion hook us by expertly tapping into our memories. Introducing endless new varieties and combining sensations and ingredients rarely seen together in nature like sugar and fat brittle and soft sweet and salty. None of us are immune. According to moss big food is relentlessly and cynically to maximize their share of the stomach industry parlance for how much of the food we eat. They can supply beyond hunting for genes. That predispose us to particular cravings or quantifying. Sugar our brains prefer these corporate peddlers perniciously play with serving sizes on nutrition labels to deceive us into thinking. We're making healthy choices and quotes. None of this is exactly news. But it's not exactly comforting to be reminded of either. We like to think we can make our own decisions when it comes to our personal health and nutrition but how many decisions are being made for us long before those bags of chips arrive on the grocery store shelf for us to choose from

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"potato" Discussed on The Gargle

The Gargle

02:43 min | 5 months ago

"potato" Discussed on The Gargle

"In toy store just waiting for new shipments you creep. This is the the thing of gender is that it's a spectrum right and you can still give the potatoes all the same accessories. It's just the nameless change but you can still have one potato or you kind of mix and match rate the big eyelashes the little bowler hat. You can still have your little carbohydrate. Clockwork orange is just the pronouns. And mr potato head has always been a place and a toy to experiment with gender. Right you get a mr and mrs. you'd put the sexy eyelashes on one. The plump lips on the other and have yourself a david bowie video and i think that's really beautiful instructive. Children blake potatoes. Don't have an announced gender. this changes. Nothing you'll be much weirder. If they took another toy that has like what you would assume that that is presenting as and then like if they took barbie. And we're like barbie is a potato. That would be weird to me. It's just like so this story leagues. We laughed so much because conservatives are so mad that they're taking the mr out of potato early so concerned about like the traditional binary sex and gender roles like the they should get to keep the mr potato head but as you alluded to earlier alice there. Mr potato head should just have to have like big potato decks and just be like mr. That's what gender means to me. It's it's not. Even this is such a mild step. Who cares anyway like embrace all gender along the spectrum but they weren't like okay. It's still mr potato head. He's still a man. But all mr potato heads are transgender. And we're building in potato vaginas. Enjoy that children. I i even think that would be kind of an interesting instructional toy. But they're not doing that even it's just like hey it's potato head we've known them long enough i mean. I suspect that nobody actually cares about mr potato head. I strongly suspect in fact. The people only as angry about mr potato head as they think other people are angry about mr potato head for the wrong reasons. I hope. Mrs potato head cares about mr potato head. Otherwise we've been watching a lie. I just think that people are angry because they think the other people the wrong to be as angry as they are but they don't question whether it's right to be angry about what other people are only angry about or not because we all know it is nothing mr and mrs potato head of just stayed together for the sorry john like. I hate to disagree with you. Both i come from a long lineage potato farmers my family we've got potato farms generations..

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"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Usda's top priorities will be an how usda and the us trade representative's office will work together to make sure that the potato industry has the best trade opportunities at has on the global scale. And we'll get a taking care of the mexico fresher. She one of these days camera. I believe it. But you. And i are up both optimists on that one line we will. We will get that soft. Well i use the term the mexican potato cartels the other day in my radio programming here on the western egg network radio program and i had a listener reach out saying what is a mexican potato cartel so i sent them are former conversations about mexico. Fresh and the mexico's Potato cartel families and they really enjoyed the show so we got new subscriber from that. So i was. I'm glad we've gone into detail as much as we have. I'm very. I'm very glad for you. And i'm glad that you that you remember the the all of the players that are involved in very That that winding twisting dramatic story that hopefully we were coming to the to the ending chapter of well and just this past week cam on that note when we look at the mechanisms that the us mexico can agreement have in place for Discrepancies or issues. That nations want to address in terms of trade. We did see the. Us start that process To call out issues within canada's dairy management system does that mean that the potato issue could be brought up once the administration comes into effect. Come january is that going to be a priority hopefully in that resolution process. I'll give you a of the quick answer to is the most rapid way that we resolve this issue is and unfortunately the timing of it actually is perfect for immediate resolution era in the next few months right now. The mexican supreme court is considering the cases that will essentially be fundamental to whether or not we can have the access our us potato exports can have the access to consumers in mexico that were entitled to have under mexico's wto agreements and under the us..

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"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Ri We'll have a virtual trade show where we'll be able to. Have our exhibitors and sponsors showcase showcase. Some of their new products and technologies were planning networking sessions, discussions, round tables we'll have the same. Cook off again this year like we've had in the past with alive cooking, Demo and. then. Behind the scenes tours of. We otherwise wouldn't be able to to travel to and visit and we'll start every day off with a fitness challenge. So let's fun and exciting things to do and Hopefully we will. Put on a great experience for as well. I think that is just one of the exciting opportunities. When we look at the attendees as you mentioned, not everyone can attend the expo every single year in. Yes. We're GONNA miss seen everyone face to face. But this is the situation at hand and and to continue to go forth and continue to have the grassroots efforts. That is the national. Potato Council it's so important to be able to have these meetings, and for example, this past summer, the summer business meeting actually was held virtually as well. So The you all are pretty experienced in hosting these events and having Industry members are partners. Agency officials come together. I just think it's an opportunity to to really have. So many of our partners come together and experience at this expo virtually here in two thousand and twenty one. What are some of those other opportunities how people can participate virtually or or how maybe the meetings going to go or how policy is going to be looking? And created here in two thousand and twenty one. I'll just mention late you know you. You look back at the at the summer meeting we also had a fantastic EPA to or that our participation EPA tour was like five times greater than it normally would be when we do an in person event. So that leads us to have a lot of optimism that this new platform is going to provide. Do exactly what you've said is provide this new opportunity for folks who aren't necessarily able to be, with us, every every year they can be there in. This environment holly has She's secured the the flagship kind of the very top platform in the industry that a number of other of our other industry partners have has have test-driven over the past few months that's going to be the platform that creates this virtual environment. creates a virtual trade show where you've got the opportunities to to be an exhibitor, providing your products and services directly.

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"potato" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

04:51 min | 10 months ago

"potato" Discussed on Diet Science

"What's a topic for this week this week? We can talking about potatoes potatoes. Yes, there are vegetable. I don't know why it has to be that everyone is afraid to eat too many eggs potato. Well that is very true. Just you know, this potato chips, you know, there's the frying aspect well there but we're talking about yeah potato chips are not included in my version of what a patron no. Is right right, right. Yeah, so and I need to preface we we can't eat too many potatoes. We can't eat too many of anything. So but eating a serving of potatoes as part of your meal is not something that you need to necessarily be afraid of. All right, and for the then for really good reasons the potatoes are a vegetable that are packed with some really important vitamins and minerals and phytonutrients that are very important for our health so they can be a part of a healthy diet. So they may have you know, one of the things that I I always like to say is I like to defend food certain times, especially the ones that have been demonized or banished for nutritional myths that have been out there for a long time and somebody's got to defend these these vegetables exactly and I think I need to be the proponent of that. Okay. All right, so potatoes are full of birth. Of different really important vitamins. One of them is vitamin B6. The other is vitamin C and potassium which is a mineral. It's really important for our Howard Health. We also have phosphorus and potatoes which are important for bone health and they're also a good source of fiber if you eat the Skins. Hmm. So and as I will mention throughout the podcast the fiber, I'm sorry, the Skins are actually a really important part of the potato. So we're not supposed to be peeling them and throwing those skins away and just eating the fleshy part. We really need to keep the potato as a whole food home. And so a baked potato is actually, you know, it's if you eat a a pauper serving which is about a 4 and 1/2 ounce potato cake, which is going to be about a medium-sized one. If you have to buy a larger size potato, you can just cut it in half and shoot half of it. It's good to do that. Let's often times for just the two of us all by a big dog. And just cut it in half. So we each have about a 4 and 1/2 ounce serving but it only has about 115 calories but has 14% of our daily fiber need in that small amount of potato. So as long as you leave off all of the things that people typically add to potatoes like a lot of butter and maybe cream no sour cream and then and if potatoes are frightened oils, right? Those are the things that add up all the calories onto a potato. So so what do you put on a potato song? I typically put just a little bit of butter on a potato and actually when I was in a sort of an active weight loss mode and the very beginning of my journey home. I left the butter off and instead used like a a marinara sauce like a spaghetti sauce. I would just put that on my potatoes. Oh, it was really good actually dead. Was was it was it warmed you warmed? Yes, it was warm. Okay, I would heat up the sauce and then you know put that on my baked potato. It landed a lot of flavor but not fat. Yeah, that actually does sound yummy and actually that's just another vegetable really the sauce. So so you're some really interesting fascinating information about potatoes plant digits geneticists at the agricultural research service have identified sixty different kinds of phytochemicals. Wow, and vitamins in the skins and the Flesh of about a hundred different thoughts commercially grown species of potatoes. Wow, and so when they analyze these they found that their content of phenols is equivalent to broccoli spinach and faithful Sprouts. Wow. Yeah, and also includes something called flavonoids, which have protective activity against heart disease respiratory problems and certain cancers dead. And among these important health-promoting compounds is a unique storage protein that we typically find in tubers which potatoes considered a tubercle grows underground. So the storage protein is called patane p a t I'm sorry not patane. Patatin p a t a t i n which has been shown to stop free radical activity in the body.

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"potato" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

04:30 min | 10 months ago

"potato" Discussed on Diet Science

"And your family's health is your co-host Michael McCaffrey Saudi, what's a topic for this week this week? We can talking about potatoes potatoes. Yes, there are vegetable. I don't know why it has to be that everyone is afraid to eat too many eggs potato. Well that is very true. Just you know, this potato chips, you know, there's the frying aspect well there but we're talking about yeah potato chips are not included in my version of what a patron no. Is right right, right. Yeah, so and I need to preface we we can't eat too many potatoes. We can't eat too many of anything. So but eating a serving of potatoes as part of your meal is not something that you need to necessarily be afraid of. All right, and for the then for really good reasons the potatoes are a vegetable that are packed with some really important vitamins and minerals and phytonutrients that are very important for our health so they can be a part of a healthy diet. So they may have you know, one of the things that I I always like to say is I like to defend food certain times, especially the ones that have been demonized or banished for nutritional myths that have been out there for a long time and somebody's got to defend these these vegetables exactly and I think I need to be the proponent of that. Okay. All right, so potatoes are full of birth. Of different really important vitamins. One of them is vitamin B6. The other is vitamin C and potassium which is a mineral. It's really important for our Howard Health. We also have phosphorus and potatoes which are important for bone health and they're also a good source of fiber if you eat the Skins. Hmm. So and as I will mention throughout the podcast the fiber, I'm sorry, the Skins are actually a really important part of the potato. So we're not supposed to be peeling them and throwing those skins away and just eating the fleshy part. We really need to keep the potato as a whole food home..

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"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Now, here's your host play Nordland. welker back to the ION potatoes podcast. I'm your host Elaine Northland today, we are going to be discussing an issue that has been impacting the US potatoes refer now on twenty years, and that of course is having full fresh access for US potatoes to the country of Mexico with the US Mexico Canada agreement. Now, in full effect, this agreement may give the US. Potato Industry the leverage it needs to get full fresh access to the Mexican market. We have some allies in the US Senate that are picking up a call in advocating for the industry sending letters to the administration in Washington DC to help resolve this issue joining us on the phone from Washington. DC Right now is the National Potato Council suit Yo cam corals. Cam, this is an issue we have talked about several times here on the IM potatoes podcast for our friends that are maybe joining us for the first time. Can you maybe share a little bit information and history behind why the US potato industry does not have full fresh access to Mexico yelling I'm I'm glad we're having this conversation I think it's very topical. We really appreciate that Senator Gardner Senator Risch Senator Crepeau sent letters, both to the secretary of Agriculture Purdue, as well as US trade representative ambassador lighthizer. Raising this issue and that. The new US Mexico Canada agreement could be the authorities within it could be useful and finally resolving this long trade impediment. I'll just go back very very quickly twenty years ago the US government and Mexican government sat down at the time, and they basically established effectively an informal quid pro quo. Both market access agreements were set on similar timelines. the US honored that agreement and in the intervening twenty years the Mexican. Avocado. Industry has built a two billion dollar annual market in the US for their avocados. However. Mexico did not reciprocate for US fresh potatoes and we have access to just very limited part of Mexico just south of the US Mexico border It's access that is limited by no scientific measures There's there's effectively no justification for us just having this very limited access we. Can't can't sell our fresh potatoes to the bulk of Mexican consumers and so really the simple agreement the US and Mexico. came to twenty years ago has never been fully realized and part of the reason for that is the. The domestic potato industry in Mexico has been extremely aggressive and using all of their political connections as well as their legal resources to to block our access to to to entering Mexico. About six years ago. The Mexican government under tremendous pressure from the US and the international community. Finally agreed that they were going to have to allow us. Fresh, potatoes fully into their country. And that triggered an immediate reaction by the Mexican potato, industry. The. Mexican. Potato Industry sued their own government to prevent that that access from becoming real. And in the intervening six years or so..

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"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Twenty p leaf has raised nearly one point three five million dollars in direct contributions and founder society. Pledges of the initial goal of Stamkos she two million dollar fund that puts us just two thirds of the way from reaching our goal. Don't go too far. We'll catch up with CEO. The National Take Council camp quarrels after this. As, we return back to the IOM. Potatoes PODCAST hearing. Those numbers of one point three five million dollars raised out of that two million dollar goal for the potato. Leaf Foundation those are great numbers, and I know that CEO of the National Potato Council camp quarrels will agree with those numbers and those fundraising metrics is Cam. It's just great to see the industry. Come together and support the future of the potato industry, isn't it? Yeah, it sure is. I think there's an old adage I might heard one time lane that money talks, and clearly the money that's coming into to leave is underlying all of the enthusiasm and the momentum around leadership for this great industry, so it's been a lot of fun to be part of and thanks to Shelly for great leadership in the whole, the whole board of of life. It's that's one of the programs were most proud of over the past year. We know how important it is cam to have that next generation of leaders of people that are out on the ground seen what is going on impacting their their businesses, and we need those leaders especially in times like we're facing right now. Because the current leadership of the National Potato Council, they've gone through these similar programs in leadership types of development events, and that is a reason why the potato industry is being such a strong voice during. During covid nineteen for example Cam I know you and your team and the leadership team. The volunteer leaders are working hard to make sure that the potato industry is not left behind during the time of covid nineteen, our last show, we talked about the FAB program where the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program in our last conversation, there was a lot of work that needed to be done and discussions about a possible face to bill and with that. That what are the updates you can share with our listeners today on Sif App.

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"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Has looked like for years for the potato industry and allow us to to really continue to move nutritious potatoes to people in in. In volumes, and in ways that the the system has been built over the years to deliver them. My last question is. How summer meeting going to take place. Is that going to be virtually? What's the decision on that? Yes so. We are moving for a virtual summer meeting for National Potato Council that will be held the week of June twenty second We're working really trying to work through all of those details of how we go about conducting that type of meeting we're. We're excited about being able to use that technology, and to hopefully at the at the end of the day the the collaboration, the relationships that are such an important part of the events that we put on for the industry will continue to take place, and we'll be able to to really advance some of NPC's. Goals you know the exciting part about it is people that typically haven't come. We'll be able to participate we anticipate kicking it off. With a covid nineteen update of of. Let's going out in the industry and bringing some some of the potato industry. Experts from potatoes, USA, and and other organizations to the table just to talk about as of that day what things are looking like? And then we'll move into our committee meetings throughout the day and wrap up with our our board meeting And but yeah, so it'll. It'll be an interesting. Change literally change of venue or no venue for the event. And and we're. We're anxiously awaiting to challenge our other staff. The staff's ability to conduct conducted event in a in a different way, but I have say I'm confident that will, we'll pull it. Pull it off and and be able to critique it. A different type of experience for people well I have no doubt in my mind that the Potato Council crew will not. Throw yet again a great event even if it's virtually. So again for more details on the virtual summer meeting more those details will be coming out in the weeks to come. Online at the National Potato Council website Mike. I know it's a busy day as we continue on here in the spring of twenty twenty and any last thoughts you want to share with our audience on the podcast today. And I think the one thing just to note related to. All of this is I would encourage people to go to our website and and. visit the the cove in nineteen update page. Just where we're posting those key issues that are happening within the industry is we as we work to navigate through this this interesting time. It is a very interesting time, but has we've done in the past, and and as we must do in the future agriculture in the potato industry will and must prevail Mike Winkle. Thank you so much for joining us here today. with the National Potato Council with another update on what the team is doing on behalf of the potato industry, and keeping things moving forward during the time of Covid and and all time. Thank you so much for joining us here today. Get. Glad to be link all right friends that will do it for this edition of the IM potatoes podcast online northland catch next time. Thanks for tuning in to the National Potato Council I on potatoes podcast with hosts lane nordland for more information visit National Potato Council Dot Org and make sure to subscribe to the podcast today..

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"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"With us here. I think you know I'll reiterate would. Most everyone said from our perspective where a couple steps removed in the supply chain from the grower, but the grower is really the most credible source of information about sustainable practices on the farm. So again I would encourage any of the growers who are listening if they're interested in PSA to please get involved. You know ultimately as as a large buyer potatoes being able to point to the organization as a proof, point of our own sustainable practices is good for us. It's good for investors. It's good for our stakeholders, so the more growers involved the better. It is for us as well. Well, it's hard to fit the conversation about sustainability into just a thirty minute conversation and we're not gonNA just fit it into a thirty minute conversation. We're going to continue to have this conversation. As the podcast grows and develops and reaches more and more people on their android or iphone devices, and I just WanNa, thank you, I know it's a busy time here at the expo and I. WanNa thank you for stepping up city now. The table and discussing sustainability so that all the producers here have a future in the industry and that consumers know that they're consuming a healthy nutritious meal, and it's produced by the the best. Farmers out in the world here in the United. States thank you so much any last words WANNA share. The collaboration of it. I expand on that Jolan about it's not just the manufacturers, the suppliers it's it's multiple entities within the industry at throw. Throw that in there. Thank you with the new structure of PSA Potato Sustainability Alliance. We are. Going to use the roundtable approach right so the roundtable model similar to the US. The US and Canadian be. Roundtable. Yeah, so we invite. We want this to be a broad industry. This is not just the French fry processors in the grow and their growers anymore we want to have the fresh market included the chip industry the D. High. Let's make it. Let's make this to an industry cross across all the sectors of the potato industry, one sustainability standard. For throwing that in there. We touched on that just a bit, but thanks for expanding on that because again just like this podcast. This isn't just for producers to listen to it. It's all stakeholders from Washington. DC agency officials to to consumers listening at home. Do they want to learn more about potatoes? But again? Thank you so much for helping US start this conversation about sustainability on the podcast for more again on the PSA. You can visit them online. Check out those resources the webinars that they will be hosting and help improve the industry and tell your story along the way. Friends don't go too far. When we come back, we'll check in with the national potato. Council Michael Right after this. All right France thanks for sticking with us as we continue to talk about the issues impacting the potato industry here in the United States in that great conversation that we had on sustainability back during the Twenty Twenty Potato Expo in Las Vegas Nevada. ECORSE. That happened just a few months ago. It's hard to believe that January was only a few months ago. It feels like it wasn't eternity ago. And I'm sure our next guest on the podcast will agree the o the national. Potato Council. Mike Winkle joins US right now. Mike it's hard to believe all the changes in the world that have happened since we gathered for that conversation on sustainability in Las, Vegas at the beginning of January. It really is lame. I think the conversation we had on sustainability really really still holds true today I think maybe some of the areas of emphasis for the industry. If if just shifted a little bit in in that arena the the Covid, nineteen situation certainly has. Required us to shift to the aspects of sustainability of. How do we move all of these potatoes the? Estimated somewhere between one to two billion pounds of potatoes. we don't think we're going to find a home for that were harvested last fall. And how do we? How do we try to connect? Those to consumers to to food. Banks to citizens across the country recognizing that the their home was intended for something completely different for those potatoes and just trying to to really work through the system to first of all get those potatoes into the hands of people, but on top of that, secondly the making sure we're able to. Address. The issues that that are growers are are having of of remaining profitable of how they figure out what to plant for the twenty twenty crop realizing that in some cases they're storage is they're gonNA? Try to fill may still have potatoes in next fall. In Our last conversation the last podcast we hosted Cam quarrels and I discussed a lot of the efforts that the. Potato producing families manufacturers are are really Pushing forward through this very hard time, and really showing off the the the role that these family farms have played an in communities by donating tons of potatoes to people in town, whether it's a small rural town or in cities, it really shows the commitment two neighbors across across the nation, but but as you mentioned the top priority we we have a product, and it's great to have a prophet and make it through another growing season. USDA recently did a purchase of potatoes to get into the food supply chain. Mike, Could you expand more upon that? And in the how that's going to help the industry? Make it through this situation. Make it through this aspect of the situation I guess. Yes so on May fourth. We were excited to hear the the USDA announce a fifty. MILLION DOLLAR PURCHASE OF. to to move into the food system and we're. We're continuing to.

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"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"potato" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes

"Hello, and welcome back to the I'm potatoes Podcast Lane nordland coming to you here today on the podcast airwaves, and joining us once again is the CEO of the National Potato Council from Washington DC. He is phoning in today. Cam Corals joins US and again cam. It is a very uncertain time for all of US agriculture in the time of covid nineteen. How how were things out in Washington, DC, and and how are you and your team continuing to advocate for the potato industry here this week Elena? Interesting I as I was driving down here to the office to come talk to you the. You know the streets in DC or largely empty. It looks like kind of a ghost town, but that really isn't reflective of what's gone on every day weekdays weekends. It seems like everything just blends together. It's really all hands on deck in terms of of grappling with what's confronting the Agriculture Industry broadly and the potato industry specifically and then putting together with the federal government. And appropriate disaster relief package that's going to mean something to grow or so there there is the. Despite everybody is staying. Home in the streets are quiet I think that's about the only thing that's quiet. We're burning up the phone lines and the Internet trying to get this thing. Put together, you know Cam. There was just so much good news moving into twenty twenty, an into twenty twenty, just during the potato DC fly, and we got the news that for the first time chipping potatoes from the US would be exported to China and soon after that we we really saw how serious cove nineteen is a four for everyone across the world. And of course it's having a direct impact on the nation's potato producers so for our listeners. What is the overall situation with potatoes as we see it now here in the time of covid nineteen? The biggest challenge that we've got is the when the food service. Channel slammed shut. that. Was You know we? We had all of this product that was destined for the food service. Industry. Be At restaurants hotels terrorism schools. All of that demand just stopped, and it was like hitting a brick wall for an industry that is the potato industry is sixty percent food service facing so sixty percent. Roughly sixty percent of our business to shut off overnight the the there was an instant impact in that..

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"potato" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

23:16 min | 1 year ago

"potato" Discussed on Hustleshare

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"potato" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"potato" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I really i've never heard of palm free. Never heard of them. Don't think you've ever eaten poem free. I don't think i ever have really you. Don't think do a google google right now and look at the picture of palm pre palm feet andrew. What's your favorite potato preparation while fries young men in love a good waffle fries p. o. m. e. I i promise details are i._t. E._s. potatoes sounds like the sound anything like paulhamus free only when you say now when you look at upon free tell me what it looks like all right one second. You're gonna be amazed and shocked. I'm on it <hes> peel m. emmy and that's the problem. I missed process brevity. I know f- are what is it. I e the s._p. Here awhile ago t. a. t. e. potato god. I got the picture. What does it look like. They're like they look little like like black. Ish or something it's are you serious. Would you help him and this. Thanks thanks oh my god p. r. o. m. f. r. e. The difference frahm free. There's a big difference. They'll check in the world and those peo- e picture of french fries. Okay the french fries yeah okay. So what do you think those are. I don't know i've made see mitigate. He messed up. It's all just french fries in a sober up the french fries in brown cup. You could say paul frey upon fruits. They are french fries. What kind of french fries french fries they're. They're called french fry a certain kind of runs right a lot of what i don't understand dan. What i'm saying is different. Potato basically like french the french french fries. Why do they call them. Prompt french by the way. I don't think french fries were invented in france special sauce that goes on or something like that could put a special ranch dressing on friday so good. If you want or like russian addressing spicy whatever you want like that okay okay. Thank you all right. Hello stephanie hi stephanie your favorite potato preparation that you would not be able to live without would be what my favorite food ever but potatoes games with cheese and bacon. Potato skins are so good. They're the best us so you could live without you can make those the last potato preparation on earth ahead of french fries or mashed potato. I mean it's really close to franchise potatoes games. They're just so good lovely all right definitely thank you. Are you gonna taylor for <hes> during your meal today please. Oh of course of course all right. Thanks for listening to us. Hey two wedges wedges or good see. We've gone on and on about potatoes for fifteen minutes. Wedges talk to lindsay hi lyndsay your favorite potato preparation is what you're forgetting one. It's vodka yes. You're very clever. I have to agree with you can't do that without that. The brandy go right ahead. You have thought about mashed potatoes. What's that what you said earlier. That mashed potatoes can be anything on your plate. Well you know i'm one of those people that believe certain foods. Just shouldn't touch you know so it was my have mashed potatoes and gravy on my plate. My green bean casserole can't touch it so you like talk jordan. You'd like to compartmentalize everything on your plate. Well yeah you know. I mean some people. Don't don't eat mayonnaise. Some people doesn't like you know mustard. I just might who can't talk. Take my egg yolk cannot touch my hash browns and you know what are you one of those people that had actually used the the plates that have the sections you know as much as i. I'd like to tell you know yes..

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"potato" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"potato" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Is it just things like things you can do with potatoes? Paperweight? Doorstop hill. Now, here's the good. Now, what the Idaho potato commission has invented some kind of little half Brown's cooked in Muffin Cup situation that they are calling half days. No, no, absolutely not. But it's not all bad news. The potato bowl is played on December twenty first. So you may find yourself watching this and freaking out because buck you forgot to buy Christmas presents for your children, worry, not go over to Idaho potato dot com slash kids downloads. And that's right. Download such thing such a fine things as a potato theme. Spotty buddy coloring book who wouldn't love to just color, a anthromorph potato. Is there a word search? You bet your ass. There is is there a potato quiz that is mostly potato. Propaganda. How many different words can you make from the letters in Idaho potatoes? Oh my God. Your kids are gonna love you. You say there's no such thing as potato propaganda. I say I too hope attain. Theresa healthy breakfast burritos is a thing. I just read. So so one of these word search one of the undead scramblers, we got keyed law, folks, but lives have invaded Idaho. So I it says unscramble these words to find your favorite kind of potato and one of the options is the following D E, H, A, M S and immediately. I thought oh that's most shamed. They're looking for mashed. But yes. Shades. I'll tell you going to be some shame potatoes dwell while you walk out of this game. My right. All right. I don't know. I think they'll probably be okay. I'm probably fine. Y'all. There's crawfish poop cane in here.

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"potato" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"potato" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"Today dot com and look potato day because it is fascinating and wonderful and has something to do with Peter jen-. No, there are over four thousand kinds of potatoes. Why didn't know that amount? But I knew actually, there is a rich tapestry of potatoes. Seems seems like there's more potatoes in there are butterflies, four thousand? Yes, yes. Actually, in unilat- potatoes have more chromosomes than human beings white. Yes. Is that what they have so many is. But in boom, boom, boom. Actually, no. They actually have a thing like McDonalds and all these fast food places like once a year where they meet like, you know, I don't know. I'm going to guess Idaho, but should've forgot what? What kind of potatoes are going to use? That's like the potato illuminate? Yes, the Bilderberg group, but but it's just potato. Statues of ours and they'll take their shirts off. Just describe like, oh, the red delicious Yukon Tatchell. Even if they live in America, they have the speaker that. Yeah, exactly. And that's the thing is that I'm orig-. Yes, you are. And it's the proud part of me. So that's talk about all the time. But yes, we are big potato kind of people, and I'll be honest men ju- guess, but we love potato lockers. Yes, civically well, it's universal kind of food is everyone have potatoes. I think a lot of places her gesture. It is. So it's malleable, put it kind of anywhere. I mean, you know, have you seen the Martian like you can put it on Mars looking 'tatoes? Yeah. Have you seen the Martian? You forgot about the potato alive. Look, you You know, know, you you replay. replay. Man. I like, hey, I like potato. I'll be the first one to say yourself. Oh, love potatoes. Well, it's things that I've been like in a situation where I'm hanging out with Russians and so forth. Like, oh, we're big drinkers and listen. We have two things in common. We got drinking, and we've got potatoes and finally frigging love their potatoes, funnily enough, they love it so much that they drink them. Yes. Potato exactly data's. What's your favorite kind of potato? I was gonna ask you cooking type of g. o. Don. Do you like garlic mash? Yeah, I like mashed potatoes. Man, garlic. Not eight. Is gorgeous ever offered. Oh yeah. No, I roast garlic in butter for like two hours before him in there. It is. It is everything melts. I, I'd say I used to be into big, big, baked potato guys kid. I think. Same. It's too much food now. Yeah. Right. Do you ever finish a baked potato? Not really. You know what I would like. What I would do that kind of hollow it out and then like mashed potato, what's what? What's your baked potato topping of choice? Do you have any cheese bacon and give me some chives, some green onions that Sarah cream to my max. I'm a big guy to lose sour cream party delicious it is it name not at all indicative of what it says is a cottage cheese. Oh, that just sounds terrible. Awful. Benching. Exactly. I want city cheese. No, no. I love a good sour cream chives and bacon important he's on onto. They can make making makes everything better. Do you like other? So we're talking about we've so far just mentioned the the standard Brown potato, right? No, talking about potatoes and general, but I don't go on. Are you a sweet potato guy? No, not at all. I super channel fries. I was gonna ask, it's everyone's favorite them fries, but that's about as far as I go. Mash mash potatoes overhead and not even know I've I've had some fucking maple syrup Brown sugar. Listen, I don't hate them or anything like that, but you know it's desert eighty. You know what it is deserted. Yeah, thanksgiving kinda like maybe I'll put like maybe some resembles a dollop on my on my place so sweet giving when especially in listen, I make Honey butter carrots that are gorgeous. Like, you know, again, I don't mind some sweet on my on my plate kind of thing to kinda counteract some of this alty, but that's a, it's a little much a little much French fry is. Yep. Excited you ever. Leaving dry there because it's national. It's national potato day, right? So fuck them, fuck them, internet, we're building a wall around the other potatoes and we're health. And do you like your frisk. Then?.

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"potato" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"potato" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"The 1820 to addition spurgeon of recipe one of forest called potatoes fried and slices were shavings and ronnie this khoat fried potatoes and reads peel large potatoes slice my bag quarter of an inch thick and war cut them in shavings round in round as you would peel lemon dry them in a clean claw that's how you and he fry them in larger droppings wait you think potato chips way how do you peel lemon you pull off the skin like bit by bit right yeah but you can like you know it's an ideal it's slice and take the peel off the and have like a rind for a drink it's like fame thing you know what i don't like what's up to win a recipe calls for lemon zest or whatever you gotta like great the lemon a little bit right yeah yeah yeah it's like that so dirty look you can't get that clean that's a that's like a dang sponge yeah kind of is yeah it's hard to go i mclane yeah he outside at least now the inside clean cooling language that rhind tim i dug a little bit deeper about this william kitchener and i think he's a man after your own heart why did he fry everything no unlike not this duty love the ladies this canning part but all later part unlike most food writers of the time he cook the food himself vo you like reviewed his own dove.

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"potato" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"potato" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"If we knew it a lorry was which we don't we would use whatever the appropriate american word for that is please if you were offended by the fact that we're seeing potato chips instead of crisps please don't email us tweeted us or write about it on reddit instead we kindly ask you to go screw also be sure to come to our lives shows next week in edinburgh and london that's a hell of a stump speech stem thank you your my book banks you know you know a million people lakers he'll be called potato chips another thing is a million people are going to be like oil you mean oil need crisp reach could we shouldn't be goats ironed out of the shows people are terrific do it they are like all the shows today maybe we should nope they hate us the herd ten minutes in their admonishing us for the way we speak yes so for for the purposes of this by guests were were call them chips because that's how now that's i mean timorese like good boyce good american boyce timo i tell you a little bit about the history of potato chips because i had no idea at the earliest known recipe for potato chips is in william kitchen irs which you know kitchen yeah yeah what a cookbook his cookbook the cook's oracle and i guess one of his prophecies was like one day they'll call the kitchen after me kitchener they'll be go while he was a kitchener he must spend his time in the kitchen yeah that's the best that the historians could do first published in eighteen seventy which is the best seller in england and the us much like us use.

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