Welcome to another episode of Dairy-Free State! This week’s guest is Annie Wegner LeFort. Annie was a pastry chef around the same time she realized she needed to go gluten-free. What a torturous thing to be surrounded by temptation as you’re changing your diet!
My guest for this episode, Vanessa Opal June, was such a delight to talk to. We could have probably talked for hours. She’s a therapeutic chef, she’s pursuing her Master’s in Art Therapy, she does intuitive art and yogic meditation…I love a woman who does it all! I learned so much from her in the brief conversation we had, truly.
My guest this week is Erin Elizabeth Downing. She’s a coach with a vegan and gluten-free diet. We talk a lot about what our bodies tell us before we even realize it, and our personal struggles with getting healthy.
I really enjoyed getting a chance to talk with Jalisa. She helped me open up the podcast even wider than I first imagined when she told me she decided to go plant-based for spiritual reasons.
This podcast, for as many episodes as I’ve recorded so far (seven at the time of this writing), has evolved and taken shape quickly. I’m starting to see where the conversations can and should go, and how many places food and health intersect.
I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to get this podcast off the ground, but now that it is, I can’t wait to keep going! I have had this idea rolling around in my head for a while now, and Mary was the perfect first guest to have on the show.
Being cooped up in the house has been really interesting for the past month. I was one of the first people to opt to stay home from work, and I haven’t left the house much since. Here’s how The Glass Pantry is helping me stay safe at home.
At the beginning of fall last year, I took a visit to Willoway Farm, an 8 acre farm located in Fredonia, Wisconsin. Below is information I gathered from the conversation I had with one of the co-owners of the farm, Jacqui. Peppered through this post are a few updates that I received from Jacqui this […]