When it comes to our food delivery system around the world, packaging plays a pivotal role for food’s accessibility, nutrition and long-term storage. This week we welcome friend of the podcast, Mustan Lalani from Tetra Pak, to share about the new environmental ‘Go Nature. Go Carton.’ campaign, the company’s pledge to make a difference for climate change, and Mustan’s promise to let Noel and Jacob crash on his couch after one too many root beers.
While your front or backyard may be a wonderful place to put a garden, where you can grow your own fruits and vegetables, not everyone has the space to do so. Some people have very small yards. Other people have no yards at all. For this reason, we wanted to share some tips from the […]
What is the secret to a long and happy life? How do people who drink martinis and eat bacon every day become Centenarians? This week on The Biofriendly Podcast, Noel and Jacob list several scientifically proven ways to increase your longevity–because they both already know they are going to live FOREVER!
You might be surprised to learn of the botanical banquet in your own backyard when it comes to foraging food! This week we are joined by Karen Stephenson, author of the Foraging Cookbook, here to teach Noel and Jacob about the widely available feast of nutritious and delicious food growing under our feet.
This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we welcome Robert Luo, CEO and founder of the Los Angeles biotech start-up, Mi Terro, which converts food waste into sustainable material for clothing, packaging and medical supplies. Robert shares his inspiring story of how Mi Terro began, and that we don’t need to cry over spilled milk… we make it into a t-shirt!
Stressful times often come with a host of physical and psychological consequences – and we can all agree the Coronavirus pandemic has been a stressful time. The one area of our lives that almost always suffers in times like these is sleep. Yet, if we want to remain healthy, we need to ensure our bodies […]
This week The Biofriendly Podcast returns to its roots as we tangentially make our way into the topic of Upcycling Food, what new meals can be made from food scraps, does Jacob have a mosquito stalker, and did Noel lose his kitchen during the show?
This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we welcome our guest, Turner Nguyen, who has managed everything from full-service dining to fast casual in the Food Service Industry for over 20 years. Turner brings a lot to the table as he shares his insight with Noel and Jacob on sustainable choices, how takeout is transforming for the better, and whether or not we can replace everything with pasta.
Today we welcome Franchesca from Alchemist Farm and Garden, an inspiring small family farm team in Northern California who are leading the way in sustainability with the humane breeding and hatching of chickens! Franchesca is the head chicken wrangler at Alchemist and today she teaches us about the colorful palate of naturally laid eggs, what goes into mailing chickens, and why Noel and Jacob should invest in hazmat suits.
It’s the first episode of the New Year and Noel and Jacob are ready to dig into the issue of soil erosion where some of the greatest lessons come from the Lorax and Noel wants you to stop blaming cows for everything.