Posts Tagged:podcast

RFRT Raw Milk Podcast

08: Raw Milk Revealed

Know your farmer know your food, eat local, eat real, you’ve heard this story for awhile now. But what about real milk? Raw milk activists have been pushing for years for the right to produce and sell raw milk to the public. The FDA and many public health officials warn that it is an extremely harmful product, particularly for children. Yet others believe that it is a key component of eating a healthy, whole foods diet. Here’s a story that highlights the ongoing struggle to redefine our food system to reflect the health needs of the people and the environment.

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05: Making Impact – Conversations with a Food Activist

  From permaculture and food as medicine, to art and technology, we talk the many facets of food justice with Food Activist and Impact Hub Oakland’s Co-Founder Ashara Ekundayo. Dehydration as a method of preservation that can be delicious and addicting, Randall Hughes of Oaktown Jerk shares his delicious methods with us. Where can you…

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04: How far do you go for Groceries? Food Deserts in the U.S.

  25 million people in the U.S. live in food deserts, Mandela Marketplace tells us about how they are rectifying that in West Oakland. Olive oil is at the top of the list for food fraud. What’s in your Olive Oil? 4th generation farmer Jonathan Sciabica explains & a delicious soup recipe from San Francisco…

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Dana-Frasz - food shift podcast

02: Waste not, Want not

  On this weeks show we talk Granola, San Franola Granola that is, Roaster & Co Founder Matt Teichmann joins us. Did you know 40% of the food we produce in the US is thrown away? We talk creative solutions to tackle this problem with Food Shift Executive Director Dana Frasz, & Eastbay Express Restaurant…

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00: About the Show

The Real Food Real Talk Podcast. Coming to iTunes and Stitcher Radio Thursday, September 19th 2013. Learn what the show is about!

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