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First Aired - 02/01/2012 11:00AM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Taste Matters, Mitchell Davis sits down and chats with Ashley Kosiak, Amy Rosenthal and Nathaniel Coburn, three Masters Candidates in Food Studies at NYU. They talk about what brought them to the academic side of food and what they expect to get out of the program. Learn what makes New York a unique place to study food and how a holistic understanding of our food system trumps all other approaches. Whether you're about to graduate or considering applying, everybody can learn something from this episode. This program was sponsored by White Oak Pastures.

"I went in wanting to study food and culture..a lot people go in and change their interests. It can be difficult. There's a lot of really interesting stuff out there."

"Saying "buy local" is not a feasible goal for the long term."

"New York is a great place to study the food systems issue. There are all these people on an island that manage to eat every day. It's a great laboratory to study [food system] models."

--Amy Rosenthal on Taste Matters

"My goal would be uniting culture and sustainability."

--Ashley Kosiak on Taste Matters


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First Aired - 01/22/2014 11:00AM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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For thousands of years, human beings have been deriving their nutrients from food - vegetables, grains, meat, etc. So why have we turned to pills for nutrition and dietary needs over the past several decades? In 2012, the supplement industry yielded 32 billion dollars in revenue. This begs the question: Is food not enough? On episode 97 of What Doesn't Kill You, Katy Keiffer talks with Dr. Marion Nestle, Paulette Godard Professor at NYU's department of nutrition, about the relatively new craze that's sweeping the world of health nuts: supplements. Dr. Nestle explains that the interest in dietary supplements doesn't come from any sort of empirical evidence, but the overall population's lack of faith in our current food system.

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First Aired - 03/09/2014 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Arts & Seizures, Mike and Judy give engineer Joe Galarraga a sweet send off as he leaves the Heritage Radio Network to pursue music full time with his band Big Ups. We also have Rachel Shukert in the studio, author of Love Me, to talk about her book, as well as how life in LA differs from that in New York. This program has been sponsored by Roberta's.

"I got paid in meat. Unfortunately, you can't take meat to the bank." [3:00]

Joe Galarraga on Arts & Seizures

"I realized that since I don't live in new york any more I have no interest in politics." [6:30]

Rachel Shukert


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