Food Freedom Radio – September 11, 2021

Amalia Moreno-Damgaard is Laura’s guest. Amalia is the author of Amalia’s Guatemalan Kitchen -Gourmet Cuisine and a forthcoming new book this fall, Amaiia’s Mesoamerican Table. She joins Laura discussing her life experiences, favorite recipes, and invites you to her book launch on October 7. Home

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Food Freedom Radio – June 5, 2021

Laura previews the upcoming Black is Beautiful pop-up market with:  https://www.vanlicelemonade.com      https://www.lovekobico.com   https://www.ksrevolutionary.com https://www.saucesbysoso.com  https://wwwlovejoysbloodymarymix.com  https://www.thehumanofcolor.com

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Food Freedom Radio – March 6, 2021

Laura has something for everyone this week! She is joined first by Melissa Trent of Pillsbury United Communities, then Michelle Shaw of Edible Boulevards, followed by Michael Chaney and Ed on urban agriculture, and lastly Philip Potyondy from the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board.

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Food Freedom Radio – Fake Organics & Polymet Update

Anne Ross with  https://www.cornucopia.org and Reporter Mike Hendricks with https://www.kansascity.com one of the biggest frauds in farm history and integrity in the food system.   Also Pete Marshall with https://www.friends-bwca.org talks about this week’s history decision

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Congressman Tim Penny and Elena Byrne Plus Bernie Sanders at a Farmers Forum

Congressman Tim Penny and Elena Byrne talk about https://www.local-feast.org   And Bernie Sanders at October 5, 2019 forum by Organic Farmers Association and Iowa Organic Association

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Food Freedom Radio – 11.16.2019

On today’s episode of Food Freedom Radio Laura is joined by John Peterson of Ferndale Turkey, Emily Torgrimson of eatforequity.org and Benjamin Gross calls in two share his thoughts on a Richfield school throwing out 40 perfectly good lunches to shame student with more than $15 of cafeteria debt.

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Plastics – June 8, 2019

The makers of Hibar, a shampoo and conditioner bar that does not use plastic join Laura to talk about how individuals respond to the crisis of plastic. Also native Rapanui filmmaker Sergio Mata’u Rapu, who films Eating Up Easter, explores the dilemma his people are facing – talks about plastics from a global perspective

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A Conversation about the Monsanto Verdict – May 18, 2019

Two Billion dollar Monsanto Verdict. Interview with lead attorney Brent Wisner. Former AM950 talk show host Mark Heaney with http://www.heaneylaw.com/mark-heaney.html discuss the case.

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