Season 1, Episode 6: Getting Wasted
Today we are getting wasted….. Well, kind of…. we are talking all about food loss and waste and how it is actually one of the biggest contributors to climate change.
Can Cait get Sarah over her hatred of bin juice” and Compose a Compelling Composting Compromise! (love a bit of alliteration!)
Listen in if you can relate to the hatred of BIN JUICE!
And last weeks challenge was for Sarah to create a zero waste meal. She had some tough food critics to impress. Tune in to find out if her meal would make Gordon Ramsey proud or land her on Hell’s Kitchen.
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FOR MORE ON CAIT:
More of Cait’s work can be found at:
World Threads Traveler – Online resource inspiring consumers to make more conscious and sustainable decisions with an emphasis on alternatives to the mainstream fast fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and travel industries while also providing educational tools to help raise awareness on the climate crisis.
Climate Collab – Climate conversations podcast series that uses the power of storytelling and personal narrative to illuminate the climate crisis, inspire global change, and realize a healthy and united future.
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FOR MORE ON SARAH:
Check out Sarah’s other Award Winning podcast.
Conning the Con Podcast – Runner Up in the International Women’s Podcast Awards 2021
Stop the Killing Podcast – with Cohost Katherine Schweit, Former Head of the FBI’s Active Shooter Program.
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