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Life’s Essential Ingredients is spinoff of C4 Leaders, a California based non-profit. The show is hosted by two best friends who were college roommates at the University of San Francisco – (Jeff with a Mike). The educational and entertaining show will take a deep, yet humorous look at life’s essential ingredients. The hosts will engage in interesting conversation with some of the world’s best leaders, authors, athletes, musicians, chefs, architects, moms, dads, brothers, sisters, comedians, ...
 
Essential Ingredients powered by NextGenChef is an Online podcast, launched by Justine Reichman a socially minded Founder, Connector and Philanthropist. This podcast features a multi-generational group of startup founders, thought leaders and change makers who discuss the importance of building businesses from concept to purpose that directly align to your purpose and mission and support a regenerative future for and from people to planet. Topics include “building a business to support your ...
 
Our goal in this podcast is to support natural product brands, dietary supplement companies, functional food and beverage companies, and nutraceutical industry professionals by offering interviews with top industry experts. These interviews will contain best practices, trends, recent news, and other insights as they relate to business ops, supply chain, quality, science and regulatory, manufacturing, marketing, strategy, branding and more.
 
A series of conversations about self, love and relationships, family, friends, spirituality, emotion and everything else that falls within the cracks. Join me through the journey of discovery, healing, learning, connecting and embracing. All laughter and tears are welcome. Find us on social media at: @retha_life on Twitter.Want t be a guest? You can email us at: iam.retha.rs@gmail.com.
 
Dos personajes aficionados a la comida nos sumergen en recetas de la cocina colombiana e internacional para cocinar junto a nosotros... y también para mirar más allá de nuestros platos. Nos hablan de los debates ambientales y culturales detrás de los ingredientes clave; debates que podrían cambiar completamente nuestra relación con esos ingredientes. Una producción de Loro Podcast para HJCK Radio.
 
We are KitchenDoor.ca, an innovative food business based in Halifax, Nova Scotia 🇨🇦. We are not only interested in putting out an amazing product but also supporting and building an incredible team. In this podcast we will share the many ingredients needed to build a successful business. This podcast is hosted by our CEO/Owner Patty Howard and our Operations Manager Ginger Waterman. #TheMainIngredient.
 
Stay On Course and learn to lead your life. Do you know your purpose in life? Are you guided by a foundation that is rooted in self-awareness? Join host Julie Riga, best selling-author and ICF leadership coach as she explores different topics in leadership, personal development, and faith. Julie Riga is the daughter of renowned chef to the stars, Ennio Riga. Ennio Riga razzle dazzled the kings and queens of Hollywood, like Frank Sinatra, Liberace, and Joan Rivers with his scrumptious Italian ...
 
The conversation you need for anyone obsessed with restaurant operation. Hosts Jayson Tipp & Anton Nicholas invite guests to discuss the challenges operators face and the missing ingredients you need to solve them. Hosted by Jayson Tipp, Chief Growth Officer for the Perfect Company, and Anton Nicholas, Managing Director for strategic communications & advisory firm, ICR.
 
Till West‘s latest DJ-mixes, for you to download and subscribe to the „Till West Podcast“. Including House, Tech House, oldschool house mixes, Progressive House & deep house Tracks from Artists like: Till West , Sharam Jey, Tom Sawyer, Micha Moor, Tim Royko, Ben Delay, Eddie Thoneick, Funkerman, Alexandra Prince, Bingo Players, Chocolate Puma, Wally Lopez, Fedde le Grand, Sebastian Ingrosso, Kid Chris, Plastik Funk, Tapesh, Lenny Fontana, Belocca, Eric Smax, Axwell, Seamus Haji, Sèbastien Lè ...
 
Enter the world of Pinch of Nom; the kitchen that welcomes everyone. Pinch of Nom chefs Kay and Kate are best known for their record-breaking and best-selling recipe books, featuring delicious dishes with a creative, healthy twist. Each week, Kay and Kate invite celebrity guests to challenge them to rustle up a special meal in their kitchen using a ‘magic’ ingredient. At “PON HQ” the Pinch of Nom team spend their days talking and thinking about all things food! In this podcast, they’ll be ch ...
 
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“As humans, we are consumers— we can't change that. But we can be aware of how we consume and the impact that our food choices have on the environment, the animals, and people,” -Anaïs Dervaes An urban homestead is a space where people grow their own food and raise animals, as well as produce other goods like soap or candles. It’s not only going ba…
 
Episode 7: Feminist Food Futures Here is the link to the transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VZcavCcqSEIBMaRYwmHe8fhT68yy355XLtZSMHXBL4k/edit?usp=sharing In the past six episodes we have been talking a lot about feminist and queer food history and what is going on in the present. Today we are going to shift our framing somewhat. I begin…
 
Season 2 Episode #43 Dr. Aaron Ahuvia is coming from Ann Arbor, Michigan You can find Aaron via his book website – thethingswelove.com About our guest, Dr. Ahuvia is a Professor of Marketing at the University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Business. He received his Ph.D. in Marketing from Northwestern University’s Kellogg College of Business where…
 
America may be divided in a lot of different ways but there’s at least one thing that we can all agree on - a deep and abiding love for barbecue. (Just don’t get into the regional “Here’s how WE prepare it argument,” or Kansas City, Memphis, Texas and the Carolinas will come out swinging… and that’s just the first tier) So, who better to procure fo…
 
Meet musician Colin Stetson the composer for the new movie "The Menu", starring Ralph Fiennes. Stetson masters the art of melding his multi-instrument mastery into one incredible score. Colin talks all things business and being a music maestro. The score for The Menu is an evolution from any other score Stetson has done in the past. The string-forw…
 
"If you have a foundation of good products and good people, more of the world needs to hear about it." -Mike Fata Hemp is now considered a superfood! Hemp has a very high nutritional profile and offers plenty of health benefits, including being high in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and fiber content. A lot of the misconcept…
 
Episode 6: Generational Differences Here is the link to the transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/146l8DcPRuQ6vrCxVSMsns61QpuWPENUvbZV7k92w6EY/edit?usp=sharing Our previous episodes have emphasized the histories of feminist restaurants, cafes, and coffeehouses in the 1970s and 1980s in the USA and Canada a bit more than the current existin…
 
Well, loyal listeners, we have got quite the amuse-bouche for you this week, one that is literally the top of the tops in the culinary circle - it's Top Chef Season 16 winner and Alabama's own Kelsey Barnard Clark here to share her wisdom and wit with Chef Pete. On this week's episode of The Raw Ingredients Podcast, we chew the fat with the famous …
 
There's no light switch here, but we do have to make changes." -David Israel From the way it tastes, to the way it smells, to the way it melts over a perfectly cooked Asiago chicken breast (or pasta, or pizza, or a cracker, you name it)— so yes, we do love cheese! It's one of life's great pleasures. However, cheese is also one of the biggest contri…
 
In previous episodes, we have talked about how feminist restaurants, cafes, and coffehouses in the United States and Canada in the 1970s and 1980s were connected to feminist bookstores, lesbian bars, women’s rights organizations– not to mention the broader network of Civil Rights, LGBTQ rights, and anti-racist organizations. Today we’ll be talking …
 
Season 2 Episode # 42 Chris Plourde coming from Santa Monica, California You can find Chris via his website chrisplourde.com Chris is a Los Angeles based Conscious Performance Coach, Consultant, Speaker and Mind Body Instructor with over 20 years of experience. Chris has traveled both nationally and internationally speaking, educating on the physic…
 
"We've seen a lot of progress in the last few years. We are on a significant upward trajectory that will continue. But plugging into these endeavors is how we can make a difference." -Bruce Friedrich Since the turn of the 21st Century, global meat consumption has increased significantly around the world. This growing demand is unsustainable and hig…
 
In our first episode we talked about what feminist restaurants, cafes, and coffeehouses were and are. In the second, we talked about what feminist food is and the connections between food in gender. In the third, we talked about the ways that feminist restaurants, cafes, and coffeehouses were part of the feminist nexus and other ideas of networks. …
 
"Plant-based was born and became adopted by the industry because this is not necessarily a vegan product, but it has some of these same values." -MJ Kinney Creating a plant-based food product is no small feat— from developing a nutritious and flavorful recipe to designing your labeling and packaging, and eventually coming up with a strategy for get…
 
In the first episode we talked about the history of American and Canadian feminist restaurants and in the last episode we talked about what feminist food is. Today we will be talking about what I like to call “the feminist nexus”. We will be joined by Dr. Jen Jack Gieseking, the author of A Queer New York: Geographies of Lesbians, Dykes, and Queers…
 
Season 2 Episode #41 Dr. William Attaway is coming from Herndon, Virginia You can find Dr. Attaway at catalyticleadership.net About our guest Dr. William Attaway is a Leadership and Executive Coach for Catalytic Leadership, LLC, a company he founded to help leaders INTENTIONALLY grow and thrive. He has served in local church ministry for over 25 ye…
 
On this episode, Brandon Griffin, CEO of REJIMUS, INC., joined the show to discuss some great topics surrounding the FDA. Brandon holds a degree in Genetics & Plant Biology from U.C. Berkeley, and spearheads the overall growth and direction of the company as well as its online regulatory service solution development initiatives. He brings over two …
 
"We, as food brands, can do better. We can deliver higher quality products. We can work with fresher ingredients that are better sourced." -Ryan Johnston The trend of going plant-based is powerful for many reasons. For one, it promotes gut health. Our gut microbiome is made up of trillions of bacteria that play a crucial role in digestion, immunity…
 
Episode 2: What is Feminist Food? Here is the link to the transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/14O1r5t3y-i4oJtO0eW-Mu8NL6kRubUK4L6VG3ivQoCs/edit?usp=sharing In the last episode we talked about what a feminist restaurant is. Today we will be talking about feminist food and the big question of what makes food feminist. I’ll be joined by two…
 
"The soul of everything is knowledge." -José Guerrero If science is the engine that drives innovation, then research and development (R&D) is the lifeblood behind it. In the past couple of years, food science has made incredible strides. However, there is still so much to understand about our favorite foods. R&D can help create the foundation for c…
 
Episode 1: What Are Feminist Restaurants? Here is the link to the transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fRmRkNVBgixBNi4jCLr2cadX6C_Dw1gdiHcdvNJskjc/edit?usp=sharing I wanted to tell you a little bit about what to expect from the podcast and go over some key concepts and terms that will recur throughout the podcast… such as what even is a …
 
Season 2 Episode #40 Jem Fuller is coming from Bells Beach, Australia You can find Jem at jemfuller.com About our guest: Jem Fuller has lived a colourful, global life. From barefoot backpacker to corporate leader, fire-dancer and traditional tattooist, kindergarten teacher to motorcycle courier, masseuse and reflexology practitioner to labourer and…
 
Listen to the next edition of the Stay on Course podcast where we hear from Martin Murphy my longtime friend and advisor as he gives us the ingredients for Success for taking your Career to the next level. Ingredients for Success - Take your Career to the Next Level 1. Open Minded: Be flexible Make your search limitless? 2. Consistent in your brand…
 
"What was missing was the connection between the farmers to the customers." -Ori Zohar The centralized food system is broken and it needs to be fixed. In order to bridge the gap between farmers and customers, we need to create an enterprise model that allows the customer to buy produce directly from farmers. This is the only way to create a sustain…
 
"If we can make nutrition no brainer, we can drive adoption, we can drive sustainability." -Monica Bhatia The food system, undoubtedly, is an industry that has a high potential in innovation, especially with the rise of technology. In fact, we are seeing endless possibilities in this arena. But before we go bigger, we ought to consider one area tha…
 
Season 2 Episode #39 Kevin Roth is coming from San Diego, CA You can find Kevin via his website kevinroth.org About our guest: Kevin Roth began to play the dulcimer in 1972 at the old age of thirteen and at sixteen recorded his first album which immediately launched him into international fame. His career took him to concert and symphony stages aro…
 
"The most important thing I can do in life is to give my children a solid foundation that changes everything." -Jason Bronstad There's a lot of talk about the future of the food industry, and it's exciting to see how plant-based milk alternatives are making their way into the market. So what exactly makes these plant-based options so appealing? The…
 
Listen in to hear from recruiting expert Dan Roth and get some pointers on how to navigate the job market post pandemic. Dan Roth provides us with some steps you can take to help you stay ahead of the curve as we approach a recession. 1. Use the free job search resources that have been developed to help you. 2. Stay connected on Linked and other so…
 
“The industry as a whole needs to do a better job of coming together. This competing messaging is not helping anyone." -Kishan Vasani In this era of technological innovation, one of the most promising solutions for improving our food experience is artificial intelligence (AI). AI is a technology that allows computers to learn from data and make dec…
 
In this episode, Tiffany Krumins, Founder of Opu Probiotics joins the show to discuss her entrepreneurial journey. She is a respected inventor, iHeartRadio host, motivational speaker, successful entrepreneur, and mother of four, Tiffany now leads all of her ventures with a daily intention that business success and personal fulfillment are not mutua…
 
“Just plant-based isn't good enough. It needs to live up to those standards that plant-based consumers are looking for.” -Brooke Harris When we think of a plant-based product, we think about healthy, organic, cruelty-free foods that are full of goodness. But a lot of the products we see on supermarket shelves are not what they seem. Many companies …
 
Season 2 Episode #38 Tina McDermott coming from the Washington DC area. You can find Tina via her website tinamcdermott.com TINA MCDERMOTT has been working in the health and wellness industry for almost 20 years. There is nothing more she would like to do with her life than help people develop their health, wellness and physical fitness. Tina has b…
 
“Wellness is not just about how you look— it's about how you feel. It should make you confident, not more insecure.” -Stella Vanstone In the age of social media, when every meal is a tiny Instagram post waiting to happen, it's easy to get swept up in the idea that being healthy and fit means sacrificing foods that we love. But what if we could chan…
 
Coming Soon- a new podcast on food, feminist, LGBTQ, and restaurant histories! The podcast is called: Feminist Ingredients for Revolution: A Food and Queer History Podcast! It’s hosted by me, Dr. Alex Ketchum. I’m a scholar of food, gender, feminist, and tech history and the author of the book Ingredients for Revolution: A History of American Femin…
 
“There’s still a lot of room in grocery stores for better products. So, there’s a lot more that we could do.” -Nels Leader As the world continues to grapple with the issue of climate change, businesses are under pressure to find ways to operate in a more sustainable way. One way to do this is by achieving a Net Zero status. Net Zero means a company…
 
Season 2 Episode #37 Dawn Barclay is coming from New York’s Hudson Valley You can find Dawn via her website travelingdifferent.com. About our guest, Dawn is an award winning author who has traveled the world. Dawn was inspired by her parents who were also travel experts and has since written for various travel magazines. Dawn is an accomplished aut…
 
“As a planet, we should be eating all the food we’re producing.” -Daniel Kurzrock One of our favorite inspiring changemakers, Daniel Kurzrock, is in the house! It's been a while since we've had the pleasure of hearing from him and the exciting developments at ReGrained. In this episode, Daniel shares the new products they’ve launched, new partnersh…
 
Season 2 Episode #36 John and Mark Cronin are coming from Farmingdale, NY You can find John and Mark via their website johnscrazysocks.com, via their The Spreading Happiness Podcast, and on all other social media platforms. About John: He is a dancer, athlete with an upcoming performance in the New York State Games, a loyal friend, philanthropist, …
 
Ingredients for Success to Finding Purpose at Work with Dr. Britt Andreatta According to a McKinsey Study 70% of people say they define their purpose through work. Millennials are likely to see work as their “life calling”. Many of us are asking the question, what is my purpose? Listen in as I explore the ingredients for success in finding purpose …
 
On this episode, Katherine Cole joined the show to discuss children's health and supplementation. Katherine leads research and development efforts at ChildLife Essentials as the R&D Manager. She is responsible for bringing together the latest science, technology, and premium ingredients to deliver innovative products in children’s health. Her passi…
 
“I know that if I'm willing to work for it, I can keep working.” -Petra Bergstein Caviar is a delicacy that's enjoyed all over the world. But it's not just about eating it on crackers or as an hors d'oeuvre—caviar can be used in many different ways: from baking to cocktails, to salads and desserts. Caviar is a very delicate and scarce commodity, wh…
 
“We have an opportunity because of the urgency now to come together. Sometimes, we forget but there’s joy in food. We can figure this thing out, but we need to get it together.” -Danielle Nierenberg In a world where the climate is changing and the population is growing at an alarming rate, it is more important than ever to build a more resilient fo…
 
Season 2 Episode #35 Tricia Nelson is coming from Los Angeles, CA You can find Tricia via her website healyourhunger.com About our guest Tricia Nelson is an internationally acclaimed author, transformational speaker, and Emotional Eating Expert. She lost fifty pounds by identifying and healing the underlying causes of her emotional eating. She has …
 
Leading in the Hybrid Workplace We are redefining the workplace as we know it. We are resetting the culture and many leaders are looking for a new way. Listen in to hear one of the world’s leading workplace culture thinkers, Gustavo’s forward-thinking ideas, tools, and books are helping leaders and teams do the best work of their lives. This episod…
 
“Everybody gets opportunities. It’s a matter of recognizing them.” -Lars Langhout Palm oil has been causing havoc in the food industry for years. It has been a major cause of deforestation, with the production causing large areas of forest to be cleared to make way for palm oil plantations. This has been a major contributor to climate change as wel…
 
Series: Mindful Eating Film and Food Festival Episode Description: “I’m not just vegan for the animals. I’m also vegan for humans. Being compassionate for humans is very important— understanding the conditions that people are living in and the oppression that is going on.” -Shawn Bannon On a farm, animals are treated like machines. They're kept in …
 
Series: Mindful Eating Film and Food Festival Episode Description: “There is still a choice… We need to strive to be better, instead of finding excuses.” -Skyler Thomas Point Reyes is one of the most celebrated and visited locations in all of California. Nestled on the tip of the Marin Headlands, the small town is a near-perfect representation of t…
 
Series: Mindful Eating Film and Food Festival Episode Description: "The animals need you… They want you-we need help! -Miyoko Schinner Going plant-based is something that can make a massive impact on the world, and it's also something that we can do today. We don't have to wait for some significant change to happen—it's happening right now! The Min…
 
Season 2 Episode #34 Rusty Gaillard coming THE SF BAY AREA You can find our guest via his website svdreambuilders.com (Silicon Valley Dreambuilders) Former Worldwide Director of Finance at Apple, Rusty Gaillard followed a traditional corporate path to success - from GE under Jack Welch, an MBA at Stanford, to 13 years at Apple. He left the corporat…
 
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