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This week on The Main Course, hosts Alexes McLaughlin and Phillip Gilmour open up the show with a discussion surrounding the recent New York Times article, "U.S. Research Lab Lets Livestock Suffer in Quest for Profit," which has stirred a great deal of controversy in the animal welfare realm. Along with guest Daniel Sharp, VP of Food & Beverage of The Meatball Shop, this article brings up many thoughts and feelings but, ultimately, all agree it is good that this conversation about animal rights is being had. Another interesting food news topic that the group chats about: Coca-Cola embarking on a journey to manufacture milk! After the break, Alexes and Phil get Daniel's background and his journey coming up through the culinary world (including his time living in Italy and working at Chez Panisse!) before came to The Meatball Shop. Tune in for a great show! This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"For all of you considering an apprenticeship in Italy, it's a little bit code for indentured servitude! We worked breakfast, lunch, and dinner six days a week. It was a marathon cooking experience." [30:00]

"My favorite thing to cook is something I've never cooked before." [39:00]

"The secret of a meatball really is not the meat - it's everything else that goes into it." [44:00]

--Daniel Sharp on The Main Course


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Learn about the history of vegetarianism and veganism with Rynn Berry. Rynn joins Linda Pelaccio in the studio to talk vegetables, raw food, and animal rights. Rynn is a historical adviser to the North American Vegetarian Society and is on the Advisory Board of Earth Save. In his lectures, articles, and books, he has specialized in the study of vegetarianism from an historical perspective. Tune into this episode to hear Rynn and Linda discuss the cultural and religious significance of a plant-based diet. Why has vegetarianism become popular in the past fifty years? Learn about the historical link between vegetarians and abolitionists, and the health considerations of a meat-heavy lifestyle. Listen in to learn about some famous vegetarians throughout history! This program has been brought to you by Whole Foods.

"Vegetarianism often has a religious impetus; it is not entirely a secular movement." [12:25]

"People have been consuming raw food for eons. Cooking food was not financially expedient until recently." [24:50]

-- Rynn Berry on A Taste of the Past


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So Thanksgiving is over and many of you have thrown out the carcass and moved on from the whole ordeal. Erica Wides has a bone to pick with you this week on Let's Get Real. Erica breaks animals down to the bone and explains what makes skeletal pieces the foundation of Western cooking. Is bone broth the new kale juice? Is there a more flavorful part of an animal than the bones? Find out and tune in! This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"Generally speaking the bones and shells of animal have way more flavor than the animals themselves." [03:00]

"Bone broth is the new kale juice." [19:00]

"Bones are the bones of Western cooking -- the foundation." [20:00]

--Erica Wides on Let's Get Real


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