46 min

Andrea Bemis on the Importance of Feeding Kids Nutritious Foods Sustainable Dish Podcast

    • Health & Fitness

Andrea Bemis started her blog, Dishing Up the Dirt, as a way to document her life as a farmer and home cook. When she and her husband, Taylor, wanted to settle down, they moved to his family farm in Massachusetts.
Eventually, they wanted to start something for themselves, so  Andrea and Taylor bought six acres in Parkdale, Oregon, which became Tumbleweed Farm. Through farming, Andrea found a love of food. She began by sharing recipes with her CSA, which grew into a book, Dishing Up the Dirt.
Now, Andrea is a mother with a passion for instilling an appreciation for food in her children. Her newest book, Let Them Eat Dirt, features simple,  nutrient-dense foods perfect for the pickiest eaters.
Episode resources and transcripts are available at www.sustainabledish.com.
You can also watch this episode on YouTube: Episode 266: Andrea Bemis
 
Episode Credits:
Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connolly. Our producer is Emily Soape. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Global Food Justice Alliance members, and listeners.
GFJA members get early access to ad-free podcasts, free downloads, and you’ll be helping get healthy protein like meat, fish, and eggs to food-insecure kids. Go to sustainabledish.com/join to support my work.
And if you're looking for a guide to get your diet back on track so you feel your very best, plus learn more about meat’s role in a healthy, sustainable, and ethical food system, check out Sustainavore.  This is my signature course to help you eat for your health, the planet, and your values. For more information, head to sustainavore.com and sign up!
 
Show support for the podcast by visiting our sponsors:
Native Path
Native Path collagen is a brand that you can trust, and it's the collagen that I personally use and I recommend as a dietitian. Learn seven reasons why each of us should be consuming more collagen at sustainabledish.com/restore.
I recommend Native Path because it is:
Sourced from only pasture-raised bovine hide, 
Made with only 1 ingredient
Consistently formulated with 10 grams of the highest quality, grass-fed, type one and type three collagen, which makes up 90% of the collagen in your body
Completely flavorless and blends smoothly into any liquid - hot or cold!
You can get Native Path collagen as low as 45% off plus free shipping by going to sustainabledish.com/nativepath. Jump on this deal and start restoring your health with Native Path grass-fed collagen.
 

Andrea Bemis started her blog, Dishing Up the Dirt, as a way to document her life as a farmer and home cook. When she and her husband, Taylor, wanted to settle down, they moved to his family farm in Massachusetts.
Eventually, they wanted to start something for themselves, so  Andrea and Taylor bought six acres in Parkdale, Oregon, which became Tumbleweed Farm. Through farming, Andrea found a love of food. She began by sharing recipes with her CSA, which grew into a book, Dishing Up the Dirt.
Now, Andrea is a mother with a passion for instilling an appreciation for food in her children. Her newest book, Let Them Eat Dirt, features simple,  nutrient-dense foods perfect for the pickiest eaters.
Episode resources and transcripts are available at www.sustainabledish.com.
You can also watch this episode on YouTube: Episode 266: Andrea Bemis
 
Episode Credits:
Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connolly. Our producer is Emily Soape. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Global Food Justice Alliance members, and listeners.
GFJA members get early access to ad-free podcasts, free downloads, and you’ll be helping get healthy protein like meat, fish, and eggs to food-insecure kids. Go to sustainabledish.com/join to support my work.
And if you're looking for a guide to get your diet back on track so you feel your very best, plus learn more about meat’s role in a healthy, sustainable, and ethical food system, check out Sustainavore.  This is my signature course to help you eat for your health, the planet, and your values. For more information, head to sustainavore.com and sign up!
 
Show support for the podcast by visiting our sponsors:
Native Path
Native Path collagen is a brand that you can trust, and it's the collagen that I personally use and I recommend as a dietitian. Learn seven reasons why each of us should be consuming more collagen at sustainabledish.com/restore.
I recommend Native Path because it is:
Sourced from only pasture-raised bovine hide, 
Made with only 1 ingredient
Consistently formulated with 10 grams of the highest quality, grass-fed, type one and type three collagen, which makes up 90% of the collagen in your body
Completely flavorless and blends smoothly into any liquid - hot or cold!
You can get Native Path collagen as low as 45% off plus free shipping by going to sustainabledish.com/nativepath. Jump on this deal and start restoring your health with Native Path grass-fed collagen.
 

46 min

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