Sustainable Dish Podcast is a show hosted by nutritionist, author and sustainability advocate Diana Rodgers. Learn about healthy living, eco-eating, and regenerative food production from leading experts in their fields.
Victoria Boren on reclaiming metabolic health within our challenging food climate.
In this episode, James chats with Victoria Boron about her journey to reclaim her health, the past, present, and future of our food system, must-read books, and more.
Marty Kendall of Nutrient Optimiser on Eliminating Nutrient Deficiencies in Your Diet
On this episode of the Sustainable Dish Podcast, I speak with Marty Kendall of Optimising Nutrition and Nutrient Optimiser, an assessment and program designed to help you identify nutrient deficiencies and guide you through optimizing your nutrition without the use of supplements.
Megan Parks of Grassroots Carbon on incentivizing carbon sequestration & grassland restoration with carbon credits.
On this episode of The Sustainable Dish Podcast, we dive deep into the carbon credit market with Megan Parks, the Executive Vice President and Co-Founder of Grassroots Carbon, a public benefit company that makes it easy to buy and sell nature-based carbon storage. Lauren & Megan discuss the carbon credit market and how transparency and stringent, third-party testing are key to long-term grassland regeneration and carbon sequestration.
Christine Dormeier of Heritage Pines Farm on leaving the city to start a small farm in rural Colorado
Christine grew up in the suburbs, went to undergrad for business, lived in some of the busiest cities in the world, and is now a small farmer.
In the show, Christine shares how nothing in her childhood or education encouraged her down this path, but as a Taiwanese American immigrant, she is working hard to encourage other Asian Americans to become more aware of agriculture and land stewardship.
James Rebanks on Pastoral Song: A Farmer's Journey and Reclaiming the Story of a Small Farmer
In this episode of the podcast, my co-host, Lauren Manning, chats with James Rebanks.
James is not only an accomplished sheep farmer in England (you may recognize him from his guest appearance in Sacred Cow), but he is also an author and thought-leader on the future of farming.
They discuss the past, present, and future of agriculture, our growing disconnection with our food system, and his new book, Pastoral Song: A Farmer's Journey.
Adam Danforth of Rogue Food Unites on Butchering and Ethical Meat Eating
In this episode, I chat with Adam Danforth, a butcher, educator, and James Beard award-winning author.
We talk about Adam's road from corporate marketing burnout to his career in meat processing and humane butchery.
We also discuss his latest initiative, ROGUE FOOD UNITES, a nonprofit which meets the immediate and long-term food needs of fire victims in Southern Oregon with comfort food prepared by locally-owned restaurants.
Loved the movie Sacred Cow. And I love this podcast as well
Servin' Up Goodness!
It’s obvious that Diana puts extraordinary effort into finding guests that are authentic, knowledgeable, and truly care about being a positive force in this world. Super informative and engaging!
Very biased and misinformed
This is a very biased, irresponsible podcast that spreads many lies and falsehoods about eating meat and vegetarian and vegan diets. It is especially appalling to hear guest after guest with advanced degrees who blatantly and dangerously pontificate this misinformation. There are millions of vegans and vegetarians that live healthy and productive lives around the globe and the same for meat eaters. It all depends on the genetic makeup of people from differing geographic and cultural regions of the world and the diet and foods available to them through the millennia. Many documentaries and studies of healthy vegans and vegetarians, doctors case histories and personal stories of people that turned their lives and health around by becoming vegetarian or vegan exist and are readily available for review and discussion. There are also many documented cases and studies of people who regained health after becoming vegetarian or vegan and then added meat back into their diet. Why not act responsibly and present balanced information by including the positive studies and real life case histories of people on vegetarian and vegan diets? Why not have researchers and doctors on your podcast that have conducted these studies and treated these patients? It is absolutely professionally irresponsible, unethical and dangerous to the public for the doctors and scientists on this podcast to present such biased, misleading and downright false information. It borders on malpractice. Doctors and scientists at times will hide behind their credentials while misleading and ill informing an unsuspecting and trusting public. This podcast could be a great source of information on diet and health if it presented a balanced instead of a biased and false viewpoint. It would be good to see it do so, but for now, shame on this podcast for presenting a biased, false, misleading and downright dangerous narrative on meat, vegan and vegetarian diets.