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Guests today are Timaree Hagenburger, MPH, RD, “The Nutrition Professor,” and author of The Foodie Bar Way (with a foodie bar, everyone gets to eat what they want, stay healthy, and the cook gets the overall say — a serious Mom-Knows-Best win/win); and Cheri Ezell-Vandersluis, former dairy goat farmer featured in the documentary, Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home, and now codirects with her husband, Jim, Maple Farm Sanctuary in Menden, Massachusetts.
Timaree Hagenburger’s information:
Book – The Foodie Bar Way (Amazon link)
and the book’s website – http://www.FoodieBars.com
Website – http://thenutritionprofessor.com
Quotation: “Never underestimate the power of a decision.”
Information about Cheri Ezell-Vandersluis and Maple Farm Sanctuary:
Website: http://maplefarmsanctuary.org — The sanctuary is located in Menden, Massachusetts, fifteen minutes south of Worcester, and starting in May, they’ll be doing public tours once again. Check the website for times.
Film: Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home (rent on iTunes for $2.99)
Blast from the past! We opened today’s program with “The Nutrition Professor,” and that reminded me of a visit quite awhile ago from another wonderful professor, James McWilliams, who spoke about his book Just Food: Where Locavores Get It Wrong and How We Can Truly Eat Responsibly: http://www.unity.fm/episode/MainStreetVegan_012313. (Prof. McWilliams has a new book out since then: The Modern Savage: Our Unthinking Decision to Eat Animals.)