Sustainable Dish Podcast

If you loved Sacred Cow or are just passionate about the sustainability movement, you are going to love the new film To Which We Belong. The documentary features farmers and ranchers from around the globe that are turning from conventional practices and embracing regenerative agriculture.

On this episode, my co-host, James Connolly interviews Pamela Tanner Boll, director, and Lindsay Richardson, co-director and producer. 

To Which We Belong is available for pre-order now on Apple TV and will release on Amazon, Apple TV, iTunes, GooglePlay, Youtube, and Vudu on May 10, 2022.

Episode Credits:

Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connelly. Our producer is Emily Soape. And of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

Thank you to Dry Farm Wines for their continued support of my work. They have a great selection of sparkling, whites, rosés, and reds. And when you visit sustainabledish.com/wine you can check out their latest special offer exclusively for listeners of the Sustainable Dish podcast.

Episode resources and transcripts are available at www.sustainabledish.com

Direct download: Episode_192_To_Which_We_Belong.mp3
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Frédéric Leroy, PhD is back on the podcast to give us an update on the Global Burden of Disease controversy. As many listeners know, he and his team wrote a letter to the GBD authors requesting evidence to show the justification for the 36-fold increase in deaths attributed to meat consumption. After months of fruitless effort to get their letter published, a response was finally received.

Frédéric and I discuss the recent problematic trend in mainstream media of refusing to present dialogue that counters popular “science” in order to promote the anti-meat narrative. 

Episode resources and transcripts are available at www.sustainabledish.com

Episode Credits:

Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connelly. Our producer is Emily Soape. And of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

Thank you to Dry Farm Wines for their continued support of my work. Their wines are all-natural and low in alcohol which means less of a foggy feeling the next day. They have a great selection of sparkling, whites, rosés, and reds. And when you visit sustainabledish.com/wine you can check out their latest special offer exclusively for listeners of the Sustainable Dish podcast.

Direct download: Episode_191_Frederic_Leroy.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:00am EST

Alexandra Bregman is a freelance writer, specializing in the art world. Her latest book, The Bouvier Affair: A True Story, centers around, Russian oligarch, Dmitry Rybolovlev, as the alleged victim of a complex art fraud perpetrated by his art advisor Yves Bouvier.

My co-host, James Connolly interviews Alexandra about the connections between the consolidated wealth in the art world and the power the uber-rich have in many aspects of life. This is something we see in the food landscape - the rich and powerful making decisions that trickle down to everyone. 

Episode resources and transcripts are available at www.sustainabledish.com

Episode Credits:

Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connelly. Our producer is Emily Soape. And of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

Thank you to Dry Farm Wines for their continued support of my work. Their wines are all-natural and low in alcohol which means less of a foggy feeling the next day. Plus, the non-irrigated vineyards force the roots to dig deep in search of water allowing the grapes to absorb extra minerals. Give Dry Farm Wines a try if you’ve given up on wine because of how you feel the next day or if you are simply looking for high-quality, all-natural wine.  They have a great selection of sparkling, whites, rosés, and reds. And when you visit sustainabledish.com/wine you can check out their latest special offer exclusively for listeners of the Sustainable Dish podcast.

Direct download: Episode_190_Alexandra_Bregman.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:00am EST

Jessie Inchauspe, better known as The Glucose Goddess is on the show today to share science-backed tips and advice on how to improve physical and mental health. 

Her information is based on years of diving into the research and self-experimenting to translate what works into actionable and accessible steps for anyone. Many of the steps are so simple, that you can start doing them today. 

Episode resources and transcripts are available at www.sustainabledish.com

Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connelly. Our producer is Emily Soape. And of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

Thank you to Dry Farm Wines for their continued support of my work. Their wines are all-natural and low in alcohol which means less of a foggy feeling the next day. Plus, the non-irrigated vineyards force the roots to dig deep in search of water allowing the grapes to absorb extra minerals. Give Dry Farm Wines a try if you’ve given up on wine because of how you feel the next day or if you are simply looking for high-quality, all-natural wine.  They have a great selection of sparkling, whites, rosés, and reds. And when you visit sustainabledish.com/wine you can check out their latest special offer exclusively for listeners of the Sustainable Dish podcast.

Direct download: Episode_189_Jessie_Inchauspe.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:00am EST

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