Beth Lipton isn’t just a food writer, recipe developer, and advocate for regenerative agriculture – she is also one of the authors of new cookbook ‘Carnivore-ish’. Beth brings her unique perspective to this podcast. Over the years she has had a unique opportunity to see food journalism’s meteoric rise alongside the rise of the conversation around health. She works to bring both conversations to her work. A turn with an elimination diet led Beth to meat a number of years ago and she’s been reaping the benefits of being carnivore-ish since then. We talk about the benefit of an animal-based diet for both men and women, but talk especially about breaking societal mores around women’s meat consumption. This discussion also covers the maligning of meat in mainstream media and what, if anything, we can do about it. Beth brings her expertise in how to make getting in the kitchen a breeze and her tips make cooking feel easy and accessible. This is a conversation for all the meat cookers out there – experienced and novice alike – and those interested in how we continue the conversation about meat in arenas big and small.
We also talk about:
- The recipe development process
- Cooking for kids
- & so much more!
The Big Fat Surprise by Nina Teicholz
The Case Against Sugar by Gary Taubes
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