We’ve got a few episodes to go before we hit the end of our first season, and what a first season it’s been. I’ve gotten to talk to friends, medical professionals, people just figuring it out, and everyone in between. Some common themes have come up in the episodes – getting to know your body […]
Welcome back to another week of the Dairy-Free State podcast. To round out 2020, I have quite a few excited guests ahead. This week’s guest was so interesting to me! Elizabeth Yarnell is a naturopath, author, and speaker who created the patented (literally!) infusion cooking. So if you’re interested in learning more from someone who […]
Season 1 of Dairy-Free State is Coming to a Close This is going to be a post where I’m going to be a little hard on myself, but also honest with all of you. The pandemic has been quite the trip for me, as for many others. I feel fortunate that I’ve been busier than […]
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 this week is Jess Marie Larrain of The Meraki Method. She’s a woman of many talents and interests, and I was lucky enough to have her share them all with me in this interview.
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.
On episode 3 of Dairy-Free State, I talk with Ariel about her transition to veganism. A segment on Oprah piqued her interest years ago, and since then, she has been moving towards a vegan diet that makes sense for her body.
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.