Cookies: A World of Creativity

• December 12th, 2014
Guest(s): Kasey Caletti, Holistic Chef, San Francisco, CA

As holiday routines begin, we turn to the cherished tradition of Cookies and learn about the many ways to prepare these delights. From baking to decorating to holistic ingredients, this week everything’s on the table.

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Cookies: A World of Creativity

• December 12th, 2014
Guest(s): Kasey Caletti, Holistic Chef, San Francisco, CA

As holiday routines begin, we turn to the cherished tradition of Cookies and learn about the many ways to prepare these delights. From baking to decorating to holistic ingredients, this week everything’s on the table.


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Wick to Wax: The Art of Natural Candle Making

• December 5th, 2014

Learn the components of candlemaking, from choosing your materials to making use of every last bit of wax. This episode features step-by-step instructions for creating the lovely light we associate with the holidays.


Guest(s):
Lori Nova Endres, The Nova Studio, SF Bay Area, CA
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Healing Bodies, Healing Hearts: One Meal at a Time

• November 29th, 2014

Much more than an effort to cook healthy meals, The Ceres Community Project has become a national model for building a true social network - supporting, nourishing, and educating communities.

Guest(s):
Cathryn Couch, Executive Director, The Ceres Community Project, Sebastopol, CA
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The Life of Pie: Baking a Slice of Joy

• November 20th, 2014

From savory to sweet, for many pie means “home.” Dive into an hour of pie whispering - from the perfect crust to pie for every time of day and year.


Guest(s):
Kasey Caletti, Culinary Program Manager, Hattery, San Francisco, CA
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Table Talk: Favorite Recipes for the Winter Season

• November 14th, 2014
It's the time of gratitude, harvest celebrations and finding friends and family around the dinner table. The light is changing and the holidays are near. The AOC Team shares their favorite fall and winter recipes along with the stories that made those meals so exceptional. 

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The AOC Team
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Peacebuilding: Using Nature as a Catalyst for Conflict Resolution

• November 6th, 2014

There is some beautiful and critical work being done around the world to drop the perceptions, beliefs and assumptions that we all carry around when it comes to gender, ethnicity, religion, income, social status, color - and whatever else we may choose to differentiate or separate ourselves from others. Join us as one organization shares stories from its programs, showing us the change that can occur when we no longer living in the confinement of our roles. 


Guest(s):
Ana Patel, Executive Director, Outward Bound Center for Peacebuilding, New York, NY
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Pet Adoption: From Homelessness to Happiness

• November 1st, 2014

Some of the most important relationships we can have are with animals. Especially this time of year, many people consider adopting a pet. Tune in to learn some critical questions to ask and tips for what can - and most likely will be - a life-changing experience.

Guest(s):
Temma Martin, Best Friends Animal Society, Kenab, UT
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Redefining the Role of Retail: Natural Food Stores as Resource Centers for Health

• October 24th, 2014
Natural food stores are truly community resource centers, addressing personal health, community health, offering culinary connections and help steer the future of sustainable agriculture. An Organic Conversation recently hosted a seminar and invited health food store managers, organic farmers and other leaders of the health food movement whom together addressed the question of what is possible.
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The AOC Team
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What’s in Season? The Final Taste of Summer

• October 18th, 2014

Late summer is a transition time for farming and produce. Walk the produce dock and the fields with us as we explore the final taste of summer. Seasonal produce - what to look for, what to consider, how to buy it, store it, and what to do at home.

Guest(s):
Earl Herrick, Earl's Organic Produce, San Francisco, CA
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