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Food Bullying Podcast

Dec 9, 2019

Our brain has a lot of processes that help us to make decisions and evaluate pieces of evidence for those decisions. Parts of our brain is  very attuned to just accumulating evidence for the value of something. It integrates all of the different pieces of evidence that we might experience about a particular choice and...


Dec 2, 2019

There’s a lot of pressure on farmers to do the best that they can to not only protect our environment, but also have a sustainable business. Most of the time, we are not giving farmers space to thrive in their space, but often dictating what they should and shouldn’t do.

Theresia Gillie iis a soybean and wheat...


Nov 25, 2019

Hunger is not limited to zip codes or seasons. Food insecurity is a challenge in nearly every country in the world. Every day a family is trying to survive little or no food. According to Food Bullying podcast guest Jennifer Erickson, hunger is not seasonal. We find that food banks receive a lot of donations during...


Nov 20, 2019

One is chirpy in the morning, the other not. One is disgusted by mechanically separated chicken, the other thinks it's smart. Both Michele Payn & Eliz Greene are tired of the stress and lack of compromise around food.

In this behind-the-scenes conversation with the co-hosts of the Food Bullying Podcast, these two...


Nov 19, 2019

 

Did you know the way you shop can help reduce hunger in our country? In this episode of the Food Bullying Podcast, Diane Sullivan explains the relationship between shopping and hunger-reduction. Diane is a mother and a grandmother with lived experience and hunger and is currently a SNAP recipient. She is...