Conscious consumption requires one key ingredient: knowledge. MEAT: The Ultimate Podcast by Vic’s Meat will take you under the fence of the world of meat; through the eyes of those who grow it, those who cut it, those who cook it, and even those who are against it. We dive deeply into topics such as health, history, science, innovation, environment and sustainability, all with a meat-bent. If you want to think wisely about meat and make informed choices, MEAT: The Ultimate Podcast is for you.
Ep. 56: Bryan Mayer - Indie Rocker Turned Butcher
Bryan Mayer has been at the forefront of the craft butcher movement in the US. Receiving training from master butchers, raising livestock, working on kill floors and mobile slaughter units, behind butcher counters, and on kitchen prep lines. Early in...
Ep. 55: Tom Bull - Farmer of the Year
Farmer of the Year Lessons from a Livestock Leader Holding up Genetics
Ep. 54: Sarah Wilson - Make the Beast Beautiful
Sarah Wilson is a multi-New York Times bestselling and #1 Amazon bestselling author. She’s a former journalist and editor of Cosmopolitan Australia and was the host of MasterChef Australia.
Ep. 53: Peter Doyle - Under The Radar
Peter Doyle is to hospitality, what Tom Hanks is to acting; legendary and renowned as a gentleman, a truly good guy.
Ep. 52: Maxx Puharich - Young Bull
Maxx Puharich is the grandson and son of Victor and Anthony Puharich respectively, doyens of the Australian meat industry.
Ep. 51: Alessandro Pavoni - Yin & Yang
Alessandro Pavoni is the god father of the Italian food mafia, credited with pioneering Italian cuisine in Australia.
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Great Aussie Podcast
I love diving into the detail of meat, there is so much to learn. Thanks Vics meat!!
As someone who is following the regenerative ag movement closely with intense interest, it’s really nice to find a podcast talking to people involved locally here in Australia. Great interviews with amazing people!
An Aussie perspective on sustainable agriculture
I was really looking for an Australian perspective on sustainable Ag and the ethics of eating meat and whole real foods. This podcast delivers in spades with a whole lot more. A genuine, intelligent Australian voice. Despite the title it’s More omnivore than carnivore - the message is know what and why you eat. A must for anyone interested in food, it’s impact on personal health and global environment.