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Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian shares tips and recipes for incorporating spring produce into your mwnu plan. Look for the companion cookbook to Season Three: Jazzy Vegetarian Classics: Vegan Twists on American Family Favorites. (You can pre-order it now!) Then Laura welcomes producer, director and choreographer James Rocco, whose recent debut CD, It’s Between Us included the hit single And The Night Stood Still. His new CD featuring tunes from the Cole Porter Broadway Songbook will be released this summer. Jame’s career includes appearances at Carnegie Hall, tours with Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, starring on Broadway in CATS, and touring in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR. James has participated as a producing partner on “Legally Blonde, The Color Purple, and Edward Scissorhands.” He is responsible for producing, presenting and booking Theatrical Programming at Ordway Center for the Performing Arts and he is a member of SDC, AEA, ASCAP, The Broadway League, National Alliance for Musical Theatre Producers and the Independent Producers’ Network.
Are you trying to incorporate vegetables into your diet but tired of the same old frozen bag of something and glass jar of green goop? Plant based diets scare you because you don't see how to get all the protein and vitamins your body needs with good tasting food? Can I really feed my family this? Are you ready for 'The Veggie Queen'?
My guest is Jill Nussinow; registered dietitian, culinary educator and author of Nutrition CHAMPS: New Way of Thinking about Food Groups that will Change Your Life. Jill is an expert is showing us how to have fun with food, incorporate vitamins and minerals in levels that are supporting our health and creating alternative protein sources that we never realized. She makes eating plants fun and creative! Did you know how important garlic and onions are not just as a seasoning but to help our immune system? How do you eat them every day and not smell 'funny'? Fabulous recipes to incorporate super foods in their original form, fresh, into your diet.
For more information on Jill and her books on food, visit: www.theveggiequeen.com
Today Laura Theodore, will share fabulous vegan Thanksgiving recipes! We'll welcome YummyPlants.com founder, Rebecca Gilbert, author of It's Easy to Start Eating Vegan! Yummy Plants 101, to share how you can easily entertain in plant-based style this Thanksgiving!
Looking for the perfect holiday gift? Autographed copies of Laura Theodore’s cookbooks, CDs and DVDs make excellent gifts!
Rebecca is a former competitive figure skater whose switch to a vegan diet healed her chronic joint pain. She founded the Yummy Plants vegan community to help provide support for people transitioning to a vegan diet and she is known for her talk: The Yummy Plants 101: Easy Transition Tips to a Vegan Diet.
Read My Lips host akaRadioRed brings you lively, unscripted, spontaneous, non-canned interviews with interesting new authors on a range of lifestyle-related topics. Listen LIVE on Mondays 7-8 pm/Eastern or anytime on-demand.
Afterlife expert and business attorney Roberta Grimes had two extraordinary experiences of light in childhood that prompted her to study 200 years of communications from the dead. She is the author of The Fun of Dying - Find Out What Really Happens Next , The Fun of Staying in Touch , and the new book, Liberating Jesus, which describes what Jesus told us 2000 years ago and what the dead tell us today about death, the afterlife, and the meaning and purpose of life. robertagrimes.com
Get ready for a fresh way of living and eating. Meet registered psychologist Dr. Theresa Nicassio ("The Inclusive Chef"), author of YUM: plant-based recipes for a gluten-free diet. Her delicious "inclusive cooking" recipes are free of gluten, sugar, dairy, eggs, potatoes, all animal products, and are designed to be mostly heart-healthy, anti-cancer & diabetic-friendly. www.yumfoodforliving.com
Join us for this exciting episode with Plant Medicine Practitioner, Medicine Maker, and Wildcrafter, Scott Kloos. Learn about his walk in Folk Medicine and the work he's been doing in Portland and beyond!
Scott Kloos has been working with the native plants of the Pacific NW since the late 90’s. In addition to many years of self-study, he completed the 1999 Herbal Apprenticeship Program at the Herb Pharm in Williams, OR, and in 2000, he attended a nine-month Community Herbalist Training Program with Christopher Hobbs. In 2009, he studied Traditional Western Herbalism: An Intuitive and Energetic Approach with Matthew Wood in Portland, OR.
He spent seven years studying the human psyche (his own and others) in Paul Levy’s Awakening in the Dream group. Paul’s unique synthesis of the Dzogchen School of Tibetan Buddhism, Western Alchemy, Jungian Psychology, the Dreambody Psychology of Arnold Mindell, and shamanism deeply shaped his view of the world and his approach to healing and working with plants.
He is the owner of Cascadia Folk Medicine, which produces small batch herbal extracts from the native plants of the region. In his healing practice he works with the psycho-spiritual aspects of plant medicine and hosts monthly Plant Teacher Ceremonies. He is one of the founders and a faculty member of the Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine in Portland, OR and is finishing his first book tentatively titled, "Wild Medicinal Plants of the Pacific Northwest: 120 Healing Herbs from Alumroot to Yerba Santa".
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Real Talk All The Time presents, Thanksgiving recipes and holiday family drama. Tonight we will discuss your favorite holiday dish and your favorite Thanksgiving recipe. We will also be sharing the family dish of not so improtu drama that often embraces us during the holiday season. What joyful revelations did you witness during your Thanksgiving dinner? Were there any wild accusations or deep down admissions? Heart felt apologies or declarations of war? We will talk about all this and more this Tueday. Also join us for our weekly discussion on Sports, Entertainment, News and Politics. Real Talk All The Time. 100% real, unpolished, unrehearsed, real talk for real people. www.realtalkallthetime.com The call in is 347-637-3010. See you TUESDAY @7:30pm EST! BE THERE!!!!!
INQUIRY BASED LEARNING...WHAT IT IS... WHY DO IT.
GREAT BOOKS FOUNDATION presents two practitioners Kim Lanese, Ass't Principal at Borterra Canyon Elementary School (phoenix, AZ) and Stephanie Given from Acacia School in Fullerton, CA. with their insights into Inquiry based learning .
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, Chef Alex wants to discuss a dessert that is well known for this time of year! Pies are very common in the months of November to late January, everyone loves Pies for the holidays so this is the perfect time to do a show on pies! Pies are often known for using fresh ingredients like fresh fruit, fresh cream, and more!! Can you imagine a nice crispy buttery pie crust filled with sweet, fruity apple filling or blueberry filling? Or can you imagine a nice creamy chocolate or coconut cream pie? There is a pie just about for everyone!!!
Topics for this show include:
-Brief History and Did you Know facts on Pies
- Kinds of Pies
- Kinds of Pie Crusts
Plus, some of Chef Alex's best pie recipes including:
-White Chocolate Cream Pie
-Banana Cream Pie
Share your own Pie recipes, by calling in at 1 347-989-8142!
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Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder of Miclknight where Health & Wellness are one. I am an Educator, Author, Speaker, Radio Show Host, a Full-Circle Health Coach and passionate about healthy living.
Today’s Topic: Food & Recipes/Myths & Facts
Do you listen to the news with all the controversial topics about healthy foods,
Ripley’s Believe it or Not game: listen, hear, think, look for scientific answers, substantiated answers?
Dairy products: Yes / No
Grains: Yes / No
Meat: Yes / No
Fruits and veggies: Yes / No
Eggs: Yes / No
Putting certain produce in the refrigerator: Yes / No
With each question ask yourself Why / Why not?
Are these Myths & Facts general ideas?
Should they apply to everyone or according to individual needs?
Are health, age/youth, activity level, mobility, etc. considered?
Eggs: Yolk bad for cholesterol, too much fat…..
Now science says that eggs are healthy for us and I no longer throw the yolk out. It actually contains a healthy fat, nutrients, …
Always verify first before blindly believing. Hearing is one thing, believing another.
When in doubt, ask your doctor, dietician, coach, counselor…. Or better yet, do your own research to verify.
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