No Meat Athlete | November 25, 2014
Towards the end of today’s interview with Terry Walters, she says,
“Eating clean is not a diet, it’s about having the knowledge to make good choices.”
That’s exactly what I love so much about Terry, and why I’m so excited to share her new cookbook Eat Clean Live Well with you today. She doesn’t worry about labels (although all the recipes are vegan and gluten free), but instead is focused on understanding the importance of healthy, sustainable, seasonal foods, and sharing that knowledge with the world. In today’s episode, we have a great discussion on clean foods and how to help children understand the importance of healthy eating. We also dive into some of the unique ingredients she loves cooking with most.
As mentioned in the episode, Terry was generous enough to share her Stuffed Butternut Squash recipe with us (perfect for Thanksgiving!)… click here for the recipe.
Here’s what we talk about in this episode:
- Why Terry thought it was important to write a book about clean food
- Teaching your kids to eat healthy
- Everything you need to know about the clean ingredients Terry likes best
- The truth about soy (and why it should be fermented)
Go Green Radio | May 31, 2013
As Terry Walters writes in the introduction to her book, CLEAN FOOD, “In this country, the topic of food is charged with emotion and controversy… our produce departments and grocery shelves are lined with…pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones, chemical additives…stripping our food of its inherent nutritional value. Behind each glass of milk or piece of meat is an agenda, a lobbyist, a Fortune 500 company, a distribution chain, a processing plant…The further we remove ourselves from the source of our food, the less we are able to maintain physical and emotional balance… the cleaner we eat, the clearer we think, and the better we can embrace good health and nutrition.” Tune in to learn more about how to convert your kitchen into a place where your family is truly nourished.
February 22, 2011 | Sea Change Radio
Host Alex Wise speaks with Terry about eating local and close to the source to help us wade through the ocean of food choices that confront us all on a daily basis.
[Note: Terry enters the conversation at 20:11. She follows Alex’s first guest, co-founder of Citizen Film, Sophie Constantinou, whose online film project Lunch Love Community features a school district that has had a small revolution in its approach to meals, and now serves healthier foods grown in school-run gardens and farms. Definitely worth listening to!]