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When it comes to food, what exactly does Heritage mean? How did Slow Food's Ark of Taste help launch Heritage Foods USA and bring pasture raised pork and Heritage breed turkeys and chickens to the dinner plates of thousands of Americans? Hear the Heritage story from Patrick Martins himself, the man who founded Slow Food USA, Heritage Foods USA, Heritage Radio Network & The Heritage Meat Shop. This episode was sponsored by Hearst Ranch.


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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Patrick Martins, founder of Heritage Foods USA, and our dear radio station HeritageRadioNetwork.org, has authored his first book (with the help of another host of HRN, Mike Edison of Art & Seizures), In “The Carnivore’s Manifesto“, Patrick explains how to eat well, responsibly, and eat meat. A collection of edifying essays, further reenforcing our need to play an active role in the sustainable food movement, to assure a better (and more delicious) world in the future. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"What terroir is to the soil, tetoir is the mind." 19:00

"Meat should be expensive......when somebody's eating BBQ spare ribs 6 nights a week, that's a no no." [25:00]

"The nose to tail movement is a romantic movement but the bigger more powerful movement is grounding up the meat - allowing people to have 31 pound bags of ground lamb in the freezer." [26:00]

"We live in a culture where mediocrity is accepted just because the people are well intentioned." [36:00]

"People who argue for ag-gag laws are un-American." [38:00]

--Patrick Martins on The Food Seen


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Crickets, locusts, and mealworms, oh my! This week on Eating Disorder, the guys welcome Entomologist and Arachnologist of the American Museum of Natural History, Louis N. Sorkin, and Zack Lemann, Chief Entomologist at the Audubon Nature Institute in New Orleans, to discuss the tantalizing topic of edible insects. Though viewed as an extreme food source by many, the show's guests seek to inform the masses that insects can be tasty if prepared correctly, and moreover, are a healthy alternative for a snack. Later, make sure to stay tuned as the guys enjoy an on-air, buggy tasting menu! Make sure to check out the Eating Disorder Facebook page for the corresponding video clip. This program was brought you by Heritage Foods USA.

"A lot of the insects, depending what you mix them with, they actually pick up the flavor of the spices and things you're using, though many still have a unique flavor too." [7:52]

--Louis Sorkin on Eating Disorder

"As a general rule, camouflage bugs are trying to stay hidden because they taste good." [21:45]

--Zack Lemann on Eating Disorder


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