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Living like a caveman, foraging and mushrooms with Mark Merriwether Vorderbruggen Ph.D.
In this week's episode, I talk with Mark "Merriwether" Vorderbruggen Ph.D. where we discuss the "caveman lifestyle", foraging and mushrooms! This episode was a blast and I hope you all enjoy it as well!
Here is an excerpt from Merriwether's website's about section: "Mark “Merriwether” Vorderbruggen, Ph.D. has always walked the path of the medicine man. He grew up in the wilds of Minnesota where his parents and grandparents utilized the amazing wild foods and medicinal plants found in local woods, fields, and lakes. His parents understood the healing powers in nature...whether it be plant, mushroom, or physical interactions. The healing connection with nature that Dr. Vorderbruggen has known since childhood is foundation to who he is today. Though his first love was always nature, Mark knew he’d be a scientist and focused on medicinal chemistry specializing on the powerful compounds produced by flora, fungi, and even fauna. This led to him getting a BS in professional chemistry from South Dakota State University followed by a MS in medicinal chemistry and a PH.D. in physical organic chemistry from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, one of the oldest technical university in the US."(https://medicinemanplantco.com/pages/dr-mark-merriwether-vorderbruggen)
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Merriwether's website: https://medicinemanplantco.com/
Merriwether's book: Foraging: Over 30 Tasty Recipes to Turn Your Foraged Finds into Feasts (Idiot's Guides)
The creative process with Alex Shinn
Alex and I discuss the creative Process as well as his current board game INTEL that he co-created with his friends Jon Jhenl and Ethan Sternke.
Success, The Matrix and Ipods with Logan Bouwers
This week I talk with Logan Bouwers, my older brother, where we discuss success and many other things! I hope you enjoy this episode! If you do please share it with your friends! THERE IS AN AUDIO ISSUE: some of you may only hear this audio coming out of one ear, I’m sorry but I do not know how to fix this issue, I have found that if you listen on Anchor through your phone there is not a problem.
Why do you think what you think? With Professor Abraham Schwab
Join me as I discuss philosophy and Epistemology with Professor Abraham Schwab!
Insurrection, public discourse and vaccines with Former mayor of Fort Wayne Paul Helmke
Paul Helmke is the former mayor of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and a professor for Indiana University. In this Episode Professor Helmke and I discuss public discourse and why it is important. Please enjoy!
Importance of small government with Marce King, Executive Director of the Owen Chamber of Commerce
Listen in as I talk with Marce the Executive Director of the Owen County Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development. In this episode we discuss covid recovery and the current projects that Marce is working on. I hope you enjoy this episode!