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This week on Native, host Briana Kurtz is getting the scoop on the ramen phenomenon from two guys who know it best: Kenshiro Uki of Ramen Lab and George Kao of Sun Noodle. Discussing their backgrounds and how they fell in love with the traditional Japanese comfort food, Kenshiro and George share their take on why the noodle has taken the country by storm in the last few years and their efforts to spread fresh ramen from a restaurant setting into homes around the country. Additionally, the guests go on to explain what's on the horizon for the Japanese soup in 'noodle technology' as well as the evolving definition of ramen. This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"If we can share the knowledge of what a great bowl of craft ramen is, I feel with the chefs we have here and in Europe, they can take their creativity and advance it and move it forward." [20:00]

--Kenshiro Uki on Native

"There's so many elements that I think captivate a customer; you eat with your eyes, nose, and finally your mouth... there's so many wonderful factors to getting you that harmony." [26:00]

--George Kao on Native

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Are you #LivingOffTips? This week on Eating Matters, host Kim Kessler is talking to Meg Fosque, the National Policy Director of Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United. ROC United exists to improve wages and working conditions for the nation’s restaurant workforce. Meg explains that with over 10 million employees nationwide, the restaurant industry is the one of the largest and fastest-growing private sector employers in the nation. Unfortunately, despite the growth and profitability of the industry, restaurant jobs provide largely low wages and little access to benefits. Meg and Kim discuss exactly how ROC United has made a difference and what the organization's goals are for the future. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"There's a real desire on the part of restaurant workers to have an organization that they can rally with and impact the industry." [24:35]

"We try to take a three pronged approach which is affecting cultural change, corporate change, and policy change." [26:25]

--Meg Fosque on Eating Matters

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This week on We Dig Plants, hosts Carmen DeVito and Alice Marcus Krieg are talking about the '20 to 30 something' gardeners of the millennial generation. Speaking first to Dana Frigerio who is based in Italy with the digital magazine, Blossom zine, about targeting the younger generation. Blossom is a digital magazine that is dedicated to anything green, from gardening to design, vegetarian and traditional cooking, fashion, botany, and flowers. After the break, Carmen and Alice chat with Dee Nash from Red Dirt Ramblings, the home and garden blog. Carmen recently wrote the book The 20-30 Something Garden Guide. As it turns out, Dee has millennial aged children and found that many of the generation do not know how to garden or even have a basic understanding of having a green thumb, and this inspired her to try and rectify this. Explaining how important it is to pass on the passion to grow things, Dee also shares her methods for gathering research and some of the highlighted facts she learned in the process. Tune in for a great show focusing on the future of gardening with some insightful advice thrown in there as well! This program was brought to you by Rolling Press.

"I wanted to reach all people not just Italians." [12:20]

--Dana Frigerio on We Dig Plants

"I wanted to leave a legacy." [22:10]

"Gardeners want to share their knowledge." [45:55]

--Dee Nash on We Dig Plants

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