A brand new podcast from CJSR 88.5 FM. The backstory to food in Edmonton, one meal at a time. Hand-made with love by University of Alberta students.
All of Your Halloween Questions Answered (FunDrive Edition)
A discussion of the best Halloween candy. The ghosts of Halloween costumes past. This is our yearly fundraising episode - FunDrive 2020. Go to https://www.cjsr.com/2020/10/whats-the-411-on-fundrive-2020/ to see all the sweet, sweet swag available for donors!
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Make it Vegan! How to Veganize Meat
As many of you have noticed, veganism is on the rise. A vegan or plant-based diet excludes all animal products, including meat, dairy, and eggs. In this episode, Maryam Shaheed interviews Martin Flint, a vegan chef who learned his trade at Padmanadi to learn more about how he makes different vegan meats that appeal to even non-vegans.
Farm to Plate: Food Traceability in Alberta
What is traceability and why is it important? In this episode, Melania Antoszko spoke to Hubert Lau, CEO and President of TrustBix on food traceability, the future of food systems, and how you can be more informed on where your food comes from.
How to Eat Healthy for Students
Healthy eating can sound incredibly daunting, especially to those who don’t know where to start. As university students, this can be a struggle on top of balancing an already busy schedule. In this episode, Simran Pherwani interviewed Anissa Armet, a registered dietitian and PhD student at the University of Alberta to talk about tips for students to eat healthier including how to read a nutrition label, meal prep, and make easy and nutritious snacks.
A Perfect Glass of Milk
In this week’s episode, Katelin Karbonik reminisces about an extraordinary batch of pancakes she made in France with her friend Laura and asks Dan Wong, President of the Western Dairy Council, what makes the perfect glass of milk here in Canada?
Fruit in Edmonton: Will It Grow?
The harsh Canadian winter isn’t known to be kind to wildlife. Especially in Edmonton, one of the coldest places in Canada. That's Food producer Ralph Garcia (not known for his gardening knowledge) finds five different kinds of fruits and does some research on how to make them thrive in the frigid climate.
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