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Bhavani, of iEat Green, will spend an hour with you cooking a vegetarian dinner and exploring ways in which you and your family can live a more sustainable life!

Bhavani, of iEat Green, will spend an hour with you cooking a vegetarian dinner and exploring ways in which you and your family can live a more sustainable life!

Location:

New York, NY

Description:

Bhavani, of iEat Green, will spend an hour with you cooking a vegetarian dinner and exploring ways in which you and your family can live a more sustainable life!

Twitter:

@ieat_green

Language:

English

Contact:

516.238.3616


Episodes

iEat Green - 10.22.20 - Richard Schwartz

10/22/2020
Richard H. Schwartz, Ph.D., is president emeritus of Jewish Veg, formerly Jewish Vegetarians of North America, and author of Judaism and Vegetarianism, Judaism and Global Survival, Mathematics and Global Survival, and Who Stole My Religion? Revitalizing Judaism and Applying Jewish Values to Help Heal our Imperiled Planet and 250 articles at JewishVeg.org/Schwartz. Multigrain Blueberry Pancakes, Vegan Ingredients Makes: 12-14 pancakes ½ cup unbleached white flour ¼ cup whole-wheat...

Duration:00:57:26

iEat Green - 10.15.20 Iain Tolhurst

10/15/2020
Iain Tolhurst, is the Founder of Tolhurst Organic Farm, an organic farm in the UK, located in south Oxfordshire, between the Chilterns and the river Thames. The farm is made up of 17 acres over two fields and 2 acres within a 500 year old walled garden. Iain, better known as Tolly to his friends, has been farming there for over 30 years, with his business partner Lin, making Tolhurst Organic one of the longest running organic vegetable farms in England. Their farm was the first to attain the...

Duration:00:59:14

iEat Green - 10.08.20 - Amie Hamlin

10/8/2020
Amie Hamlin is the Executive Director of Coalition for Healthy School Food, a non-profit that she co-founded 17 years ago after writing and getting passed unanimously, a New York State legislative resolution for healthy plant-based school food and nutrition education. She is the mom of an 18 year old college student and over the last few years has started a veganic farm which she tends to in her “spare” time. Vegan Tuna-ish Salad Ingredients Salad 1 (15 ounce) can no-salt-added...

Duration:00:58:39

iEat Green - 10.01.20 - Caryn Hartglass

10/1/2020
Caryn Hartglass combines science with practical knowledge from real life experiences to educate about the healing benefits of a plant-based diet. Caryn is co-founder along with her life partner Gary De Mattei of the nonprofit Responsible Eating And Living (REAL). She obtained the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell’s Plant Based Nutrition Certificate. She’s co-directed nutrition programs at the Food Revolution Network and was editor of the Food Revolution Family...

Duration:00:55:18

I Eat Green - Grace Gershuny- Gaia Services Author- Organic Revolutionary: A Memoir of the Movement for Real Food, Planetary Healing, and Human Liberation

9/24/2020
Grace Gershuny is widely known as an author, educator and organic consultant. In the 1990's she served on the staff of USDA’s National Organic Program, where she helped write the regulations. She learned much of what she knows through her longtime involvement with the grassroots organic movement, where she organized conferences and educational events and developed an early organic certification program for the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA). A reformed market gardener, Grace...

Duration:01:00:26

iEat Green - 09.17.20 - Brian Tokar

9/17/2020
Brian Tokar is an activist and author, a lecturer in Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont, and an active board member of 350Vermont as well as the Institute for Social Ecology, where he served as Director from 2008-2015. He is the author of The Green Alternative (1987, Revised 1992), Earth for Sale (1997), and Toward Climate Justice: Perspectives on the Climate Crisis and Social Change (2010, Revised 2014), and he has also edited three volumes on biotechnology and food issues,...

Duration:00:55:39

iEat Green - Roberto Borrero - 09.10.20

9/10/2020
Roberto Múkaro Borrero has a distinguished and diverse background in policy & program development and human rights advocacy, including in specialization on the rights of Indigenous Peoples. He retains over 20 years of experience actively engaging the United Nations system in thematic areas such as Sustainable Development; Climate Change; the Information Society; and the Organization of American States; among others. He has served on the staff of the International Indian Treaty Council and...

Duration:00:59:33

iEat Green - Beverly Naidus– Artist - Institute for Social Ecology

9/3/2020
Beverly Naidus’s art life has straddled the socially engaged margins of the art world, as well as collaborative, activist and community-based art projects located outside the art world. Much of her work deals with ecological and social issues that have adversely affected her and those around her. Remediation of traumas, both collective and personal, and reconstructive visions, are key concepts that guide her work. Explicitly soliciting stories and images from the community in her provocative...

Duration:00:59:51

iEat Green -Jennifer Gaddis – Author: The Labor of Lunch Assistant Professor of Civil Society and Community Studies University of Wisconsin-Madison - 07.30.20

7/30/2020
Jennifer Gaddis is an assistant professor of Civil Society and Community Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the author of The Labor of Lunch: Why We Need Real Food and Real Jobs in American Public Schools (University of California Press 2019). She received a PhD in environmental studies from Yale University in 2014. Her research on school lunch programs has appeared in numerous journals, including Feminist Economics and the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community...

Duration:00:58:21

iEat Green - Guest Jennifer Gaddis – Author: The Labor of Lunch

7/24/2020
Jennifer Gaddis is an assistant professor of Civil Society and Community Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the author of The Labor of Lunch: Why We Need Real Food and Real Jobs in American Public Schools (University of California Press 2019). She received a PhD in environmental studies from Yale University in 2014. Her research on school lunch programs has appeared in numerous journals, including Feminist Economics and the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community...

Duration:00:59:06

iEat Green - Aarti Ivanic Univ. of San Diego- Marketing to Ethnic races

7/16/2020
Aarti Ivanic, PhD is an Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of San Diego School of Business. Her research focuses on consumer behaviors such as nutrition and exercise, response to advertising, product preferences and willingness to pay. Her focus is through the lens of vulnerable groups such as racial and ethnic minorities, stigmatized individuals, and children. She has explored the impact of racial hierarchies on and psychological drivers of behaviors made by Caucasian and...

Duration:00:59:36

iEat Green - Rahoul Mehra and John Ubaldo - AgFamiliar

7/9/2020
Rahoul is the co-founder of AgFamiliar. He is an advisor, investor, and serial entrepreneur bringing over 25 years of executive experience. He has been a founder, board member and senior executive in companies related to eco-tech, personalized wellness, biotech and big data analytics. Rahoul is focused on opportunities that can affect positive change and strengthen our social cohesion, personal health and environmental wellbeing. Prior to AgFamiliar, Rahoul founded and launched an eco-tech...

Duration:00:58:03

iEat Green - Stephanie Morningstar – Coordinator Christine Hutchinson- Member, Board of Directors Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust

7/2/2020
Stephanie Morningstar (She/Her, They/Them) Coordinator Stephanie is a part of the Oneida, Turtle clan. She is a Herbalist, soil and seed steward, scholar, student, and Earth Worker, dedicated to decolonizing and liberating minds, hearts, and land- one plant, person, ecosystem, and non-human being at a time. Stephanie is the Coordinator of the Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust. She grows medicines and food for her community at Sky World Apothecary & Farm; and occasionally mobilizes...

Duration:00:57:58

iEat Green - Chef Ramses Bravo

6/26/2020
Chef Ramses Bravo is the executive Chef for True North Health in Santa Rosa California. He is the creator of Bravopb.com where you can find his online plant based cooking courses. He is the author of Bravo and Bravo Express cookbooks. Although he trained as a regular chef, with a little intervention from the universe, he found himself working as a plant based chef, and has been doing it for 12+ years...

Duration:00:58:30

iEat Green - Emily Jackson -Program Director - Growing Minds ASAP (Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project)

6/19/2020
Emily Jackson is the founder and director of ASAP's Growing Minds Farm to School program. Growing Minds was one of the first farm to school programs in the country and a pioneer in farm to early care and education as well. Emily also served as the National Farm to School Network’s Southeast Regional Lead for nine years and currently co-facilitates the North Carolina Farm to Preschool Network. She lives in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina with her husband, one dog, two cats,...

Duration:00:58:47

iEat Green - Michael Kilpatrick –Growing Farmers

6/11/2020
Michael Kilpatrick is a farmer, presenter, host, inventor and online entrepreneur. His passion is to help entrepreneurs apply business principles and practical, proven solutions to grow their businesses and simplify their lives. Michael has managed large certified organic farms and businesses, consulted for industry experts, and spoken at dozens of industry conferences. Grilled Portobello Mushrooms with Creamed Spinach, Roasted Asparagus and Red Peppers 8 servings Marinade for...

Duration:00:56:44

iEat Green - Alexander Gerofsky –Founding member of World U.P.

6/4/2020
World U.P. is a collective of innovative and passionate people who dream of an Understanding and Peaceful global community, where everyone belongs, is celebrated, and is appreciated for our differences. We are building our World U.P. by improving access to resources that allow humans to connect, learn, and empower each other through kindness and love. Bio:- Alexander Gerofsky Alexander is a founding member of The World U.P. Foundation and has been involved since its inception in 2016....

Duration:00:52:14

iEat Green - KRISTIN LAWLESS –Author- “Formerly Known As Food: How the Industrial Food System is Changing Our Minds, Bodies, and Culture.

6/1/2020
Kristin Lawless is the author of Formerly Known As Food: How the Industrial Food System Is Changing Our Minds, Bodies, and Culture, which won the Green Prize for Sustainable Literature in 2019. Kristin is an independent journalist focusing on the intersections of food, health, politics, and culture. Her journalism and columns have appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Newsweek, and VICE. Lawless is also a Certified Nutrition Educator and lives with her husband and son in...

Duration:00:52:42

iEat Green - Guest Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern –The New American Farmer: Immigration, Race, and the Struggle for Sustainability

5/28/2020
Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern is an Associate Professor of Food Studies and an affiliated faculty member in the Departments of Geography and Women’s and Gender Studies at Syracuse University. Dr. Minkoff-Zern’s research and teaching broadly explores the interactions between food and racial justice, labor movements, and transnational environmental and agricultural policy. This focus builds on her extensive experience with agricultural biodiversity projects abroad, combined with work on...

Duration:00:55:10

iEat Green - Guest John Ikerd -Author- Revolution of the Middle: and the Pursuit of Happiness

5/14/2020
John Ikerd, Professor Emeritus of Agricultural Economics, University of Missouri, Columbia. John was raised on a small dairy farm in southwest Missouri and received his BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees in agricultural economics from the University of Missouri. He worked in private industry for a time and spent thirty years in various professorial positions at North Carolina State University, Oklahoma State University, University of Georgia, and the University of Missouri before retiring in early...

Duration:00:58:46