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You've Decided to Eat Less Meat, Now What?

Feb 9, 2021

There are any number of reasons for deciding to eat less meat. We explore the ramifications of different food choices and learn more about our food systems. We get help figuring out how to devise healthy plant-based meals, including nutrition for children and athletes, as well as how to address specific concerns if you're considering a vegan diet. This is a By Degrees program, part of NHPR's climate reporting initiative. We're collecting recipes and recipe links from listeners and staff; scroll down to check them out.  Airdate: Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021

Sara Plourde; NHPR

We sit down with Taylor Quimby, senior producer of Outside/In, NHPR's show about the natural world and how we use it, to talk about the latest episode, "The Meat Matrix." In the episode, Quimby spent time with a listener who gives frequent feedback to the station about her vegan advocacy; he also explored the world of vegan activism and what some call "the meat matrix." Listen to the episode of Outside/In here

Processing the Risks of Red Meat

Nov 5, 2015
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Recently, the World Health Organization identified processed meat such as bacon and hot dogs as carcinogens, and cast doubt on the consumption of regular red meat as well. But champions of meat say the warnings are misleading, exaggerated, and a steak dinner can still be enjoyed. We cut deeper into the issue, exploring the pros and cons of meat for health.

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These Vegetarians Know How To Party (Really!!)

Jul 16, 2013

“Parties don’t throw themselves….” That’s the opening sentiment of Lust for Leaf, a new cookbook and party guide that turns vegetarian fare on its pony-tailed head.