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Best Sarah Duignan podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Sarah Duignan podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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AnthroDish is a weekly show about the intersections between our foods, cultures, and identities. Host Sarah Duignan sits down one-on-one with folks in academia, hospitality, farming and agriculture, and more to learn about their food knowledge and experiences. If you're interested in the unique and fascinating lives of everyday people who have been shaped by their relationship with food, this show is for you!
 
Ever wonder about the life and drama of food before it gets into your mouth? After so many depressing food documentaries K80 Jones wanted to make food fun again. She searched far and wide in a quest to meet people changing the world with food as their superpower. You’ll hear first-hand stories from Food Heroes on topics like fair trade food, sustainable farming, turning waste into edible upcycling, and so much more. The conversation is upbeat and friendly. Each episode serves up actionable s ...
 
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Have you ever had just one of those days where everything felt like it was on fire, maybe literally in the world or metaphorically in your own career… and you just wanted a quick way to chill? If you stumbled across a pastel beverage in a convenience store that could offer you chill in a bottle… would you go for it? This week, we’re exploring the r…
 
When you think craft beer, what - or who - is most likely coming to mind? It's an industry that is so dominated by straight white dudes, but that doesn't mean it needs to stay that way. My guest this week, Ren Navarro, is working on improving diversity in beer. Navarro is one of the most well-respected members of the Ontario beer industry, and has …
 
This week’s episode is truly such an honour and treat for me to share with you all, as the guest this week is Shiza Shahid. Shiza is someone who is an incredible inspiration, a force for positive change in the world, and a woman who knows how to creatively shake up the status quo in business ventures so that they can be rooted in community building…
 
Today marks the kickstart to our 5th season! I don’t want to give too much away about this season, but so far we’re really digging into questions around meat and identity and also branching out into the very fun topic of beverages, which we haven’t covered much before! But that’s all the spoilers I’ll give.. I’m very excited. To start our explorati…
 
Wrapping up an amazing season 4 with a solo episode this week - I reflect on some of the major themes and responses we got to episodes, and share a bit more on the personal side of things, particularly some lessons I've learned this fall about reconnecting to and through food. Plus there's an extra special guest on the show today... my daughter! We…
 
I’m really excited about this week’s topic, because I find the connections between bees and humans such an interesting one, and we’re talking today about the power of bee-based medicines. My guest this week is Carly Stein, who is the founder and CEO of the wellness brand Beekeeper’s Naturals – whose mission is to improve the health of humans and be…
 
Have you ever read a book you just couldn’t put down, and dreamt that you’d be able to chat with the author to steep a little bit more in their perspective? This week’s episode is a bit of a dream come true in that sense for me! I’m speaking with Charlotte Druckman all about her newest book, Women on Food. Based out of New York City, Charlotte is a…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Sterling Schuyler as we dish on what we loved and learned from guests on Food Heroes in 2019. Was there a guest who challenged your ideas about your food? I had several moments that have led me to a deeper connection to my food and the men and women pushing for change in our food system. What's ahead for 2020? Tune in…
 
With the holiday season in full swing, I always like to come back to conversations about body image and disordered eating… because holidays are really intense for a lot of people, myself included, and we are often face to face with anxieties about ourselves, our families, and sometimes with our relationship to food. My guest this week is Jennifer R…
 
This week we are exploring the food scene in Los Angeles, California, with my guest Amanda Lanza who works with Cash Only Productions out there. Cash Only is a collective of culinary and community-minded creatives – most of whom work in different creative worlds outside the culinary world, but who all view food as the building block for their commu…
 
The right to property isn’t as protected throughout the world as it is in America. And for many, it’s a right that could guarantee livelihood as well as security. To combat poverty and hunger, Danielle Flood with ECHO provides agricultural knowledge and training that improves the livelihood of people everywhere. “If we can show and test some of the…
 
Sometimes the stories we want to share through AnthroDish are bigger that just one person's perspective. We've been working to create more thematically based narrative-style episodes, using multiple interviews to explore how different folks look at the same topic. In this way, we’re able to get a bigger picture story about the ways in which food ca…
 
You’re probably wondering what the heck we’re about to explore today… and indeed, it’s going to be all about farts and gassy foods. My guest this week is Danielle Gendron, a PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia. Danielle and I work together on some research projects, and have been friends for a while through that. She first pitched t…
 
How do you work with food companies to improve animal welfare, while also holding them accountable? We dive into this question and more with Rachel Dreskin, the US Executive Director of an organization called Compassion in World Farming. If you've ever wondered what it takes to work for change in the food industry Rachel shares what it took to beco…
 
The past week or so has been a bit of a whirlwind for me personally, and I’m sure anyone who’s in academia and in the full swing of the fall semester can attest to! So what a perfect time to have my guest this week, Dr. Michael B.C. Rivera on the show. Michael is also an anthropology podcaster and the host of the incredible Arch and Anth podcast, a…
 
If you’ve been listening to AnthroDish for a while, you know I get really critical when it comes to the idea of what we define “health” as or how we define and understand “diets” – and this week’s guest, Kaila Tova, explores the depths of how healthism and fitness can blend into harmful disordered eating behaviours, like orthorexia. After recoverin…
 
The obstacle we face now (as always) is changing our behavior. While a fairtrade banana can cost almost double the price as a regular banana, we have to consider whether we’re shopping in a practical manner or simply hunting for bargains. In this episode, Executive Director of Fairtrade Canada Julie Francoeur tells us about the human and environmen…
 
We’re all at this point used to food terms being thrown around in the grocery store – organic, GMO-free, natural, superfoods… but what do these really mean? Superfoods is a term that I’m also fascinated by. My guest this week is award winning producer, director, filmmaker, and writer, Ann Shin, who explores this in her documentary, The Superfood Ch…
 
As the conversations and concern about the climate crisis continue to grow on a global scale, can be overwhelming on a personal level thinking about solutions. Sometimes we feel an individual burden around our choices when it comes to food, waste, or consumerism. My guest this week, Dr. Philip Loring, is someone I always look to when I need a menta…
 
There are certain people in this world that I could just listen to forever, they’re an absolute wealth of knowledge and experiences and my first guest of season 4, Arlene Stein, is one of those people. Arlene is the founder and executive director of the Terroir Symposium, a catalyst for creative collaboration and social and environmental responsibi…
 
You’ve probably heard that fermented foods are great for gut health. But do you know why? Kirsten and Chris Shockey have been fervently fermenting since the early 2000s. After developing nearly a cult following at their farmer’s market, they found themselves talking more about the fermenting process than the products. The Shockeys realized there mi…
 
When fish company Verlasso hired Jennifer Bushman, they met with organizations such as Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and asked “If we’re going to farm sustainably, and you’re going to endorse it, what do we need to do to get farming right?” This meeting led Jennifer on a j…
 
Today’s pop up episode features Bruce McAdams, a professor in the School of Hospitality, Food, and Tourism Management at the University of Guelph. He joined the faculty in 2009 after over 20 years of leadership experience in the Ontario hospitality industry. After starting his management career in operations and training with Darden Restaurants, Mc…
 
Today’s episode is one of the pop-up episodes of AnthroDish which focus in on some of the speakers and guests of the 2019 Terroir Food Symposium. These are quick mini episodes that capture some of the perspectives of folks in the food industry around the theme of choices – the choices they make within their own work and its impact on their communit…
 
Annie went to India initially to work on a healthcare program that she developed with her brother for mothers and children. When Annie first tried jackfruit, she didn’t intend to start a company around the delicious fruit. But over time, she believed jackfruit could be a solution to the prevailing poverty that led to the health concerns she was try…
 
Sarah Duignan started AnthroDish around the same time I started Food Heroes Podcast. But while I focus on how individuals and businesses fight inequity and climate change with food, Sarah looks at the human history of what we eat to promote awareness and understanding of accessibility and equality. What you’ll learn in this episode How Sarah joined…
 
Organic agriculture is a term we hear and use an awful lot, but do we stop to think about how complex and fascinating different organic farming systems are? This week's guest, Dr. Sacha Cody speaks with me today about organic agricultural movements in China, framing them as a form of exemplary agriculture. Sacha is currently a postdoctoral fellow a…
 
Today’s mini episode is a pop-up live from the 2019 Terroir Food Symposium in Toronto this past may. It features Jesse Baillie of Uncle Jesse Cocktails and Brand Ambassador for Top Shelf Distillers. Top Shelf Distillers was born in Perth Ontario, and crafts spirits from locally sourced natural ingredients, with a tree being planted for every bottle…
 
Steven Cornett’s passion for farming has boundaries: 5,000 square feet, to be exact. His second urban farm thrives in Lemon Grove, California, just outside San Diego. When he posted on NextDoor.com to find a location, he received over 20 genuine responses. “This is something that people are really into now and want to support and want to see happen…
 
A topic we’ve hinted at in earlier conversations on the show is what it feels like to be a women working within the restaurant industry, but it’s one of those conversations that deserves a much deeper exploration, and today we’re doing just that. My guest this week is Katy Osuna, the co-creator and host of the James Beard Award-winning podcast, Cop…
 
This pop-up episode is live from Terroir 2019 in Toronto, with writer, broadcaster, and fellow food anthropologist Ghillie Basan. Based out of the Scottish Highlands, Ghille has worked in different parts of the world as an English teacher, ski instructor, cookery writer, restaurant critic and journalist. She has a degree in Social Anthropology and …
 
One morning, David Batstone read in the San Francisco Chronicle that his favorite Indian restaurant had been the hub for a human trafficking ring. In all the years he ate there, he never once asked himself whether these employees were there by choice – who does? But David couldn’t let it go. He took a year off from teaching to write a book about ho…
 
In this pop-up mini episode I chat with the brilliant Chef Selassie Atadika, live at Terroir Food Symposium 2019. Selassie spent over a decade engaged with humanitarian work with the United Nations and years of self-teaching in the culinary arts before she went on to complete course work at the Culinary Institute of America. She is a founding membe…
 
As anthropologists, it's sometimes rare for us to think about the role that design plays in spaces and lives of the people we work with - and certainly in our food futures! This week I'm exploring the role that design plays in the production and distribution of quinoa with the super cool Dr. Adam Gamwell. Adam is a design anthropologist, or as he c…
 
Becca Sufrin didn’t intend to become a Food Rescue Hero when she started her Repair the World fellowship in education justice. But after her first food run with 412 Food Rescue, she realized a new passion for food justice and mobilizing volunteers to achieve food security. “I feel a huge responsibility for my community,” Becca says. “I feel that, a…
 
Today’s episode is one of the pop-up episodes of AnthroDish which focus in on some of the speakers and guests of the 2019 Terroir Food Symposium. These are quick mini episodes that capture some of the perspectives of folks in the food industry around the theme of choices – the choices they make within their own work and its impact on their communit…
 
This episode is pretty meaningful for us, because we’re celebrating our official one year anniversary as a podcast today! We launched our first two episodes last July 2nd, and it's been an incredible year with a lot of beautiful conversations and lessons. Today’s episode is going to be a solo episode, and next week we’ll resume with our regular sea…
 
Josh Whiton is combating climate change by starting with the earth – literally. He isn’t asking governments or businesses to invent new ways to recapture and reduce carbon in the atmosphere. He’s calling on individuals around the world to simply stop throwing food waste in the garbage. In 2009, Josh started researching the causes of different ailme…
 
In 2017, the Wall Street Journal said the market for seafood alternatives was $9 million – barely a drop in the ocean compared to meat and dairy alternatives, which are multi-billion dollar industries. But when David Benzaquen was looking for sustainable seafood alternatives to bring to market, he wasn’t focused on the size of his audience. He just…
 
I am incredibly excited to kick start our THIRD season today, complete with a brand new theme song by Lukas Wojcicki! SO with that all being said, let me introduce this week’s guest: K80 Jones of one of MY favourite shows, Food Heroes Podcast! K80 and I established a friendship over social media pretty early on when I started AnthroDish, and we’ve …
 
As much as innovative food companies need the support of consumer dollars, those companies can’t grow without a little bit of investment. Manuel Gonzalez, founder and managing partner of Global Revolution in Food Fund (RIFF), is always on the look-out for food heroes with fresh ideas! Global RIFF connects innovators and founders with investors and …
 
“I never could have gotten to where I am today without all the small steps over the last seven years.” . @robjgreenfield has challenged himself to forage and grow all the food he consumes for one year. But that’s not just a new year’s resolution without any groundwork. In 2011, he started learning about how consumer behavior affects the planet, and…
 
In a special episode to wind down Season 2, host Sarah Duignan and sound producer Lukas Wojcicki are doing a super fun behind the scenes episode! We put out a call for questions on social media last week, and tried to answer most of your questions about our process of starting the show, some of the learning curves and ways in which our own understa…
 
Bonus Listener Call In Show. This special episode the microphone goes out to the listeners! It wouldn't be a celebration with out inviting YOU! Actually, I don't think Food Heroes would be celebrating 1 year if it hadn't been for each and everyone of you that take the time to listen to the show, read the newsletter, and chat with me on social media…
 
My guest this week is Dr. Lilian Milanes, an assistant professor of Anthropology at William Paterson University in New Jersey. As a Floridian Cuban-American, she received her B.S. in anthropology from the University of Central Florida and earned her PhD in anthropology at the University of Kentucky. As a medical anthropologist, Dr. Milanes focuses …
 
Ryan Black's efforts as an eco-preneur don’t stop with Sambazon. He has joined and started multiple initiatives to encourage innovative entrepreneurship. Purple for the Planet is a social engagement campaign from April 22 through May 22 to encourage environmental activism. For every customer that dyes their hair purple and posts a selfie, Sambazon …
 
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