Black Girls Eat
Hosted by LA Dunn, this weekly podcast is an open invitation to join her as she navigates plant based nutrition and makes the leap from processed foods to whole foods, super foods and organic foods. With southern roots and Caribbean in-laws, it’s not always easy but you are welcome to the conversation as she chats about all things food from the Impossible Burger to the history of Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben.
You know it's a wrap when someone starts off with, "What You Not Gonna Do". Listen to this episode to hear what LA thinks about kitchen superheroes, the state of family farming and how preparing in advance can help ease the pain of transitioning to plant based meals.
LA is joined by her 9 year old daughter in a post-Thanksgiving podcast that gives new meaning to the term "Black Friday." Find out what kids think of kid menus and why grown-ups need to know the real reason that kids don't like vegetables.
The Impossible Burger has arrived. Will there be an Impossible Turkey waiting for you at Nana's house? How ready are you for a plant-based holiday and how come we can't find any vanilla? What's the one food that you must have on your plate and who is the one person that's not allowed to contribute to Thanksgiving at all? We are giving thanks, giving advice and giving laughter in this episode as we prepare for the one day of the year that brings us all to the table.
Get to know host LA Dunn in this inaugural episode of the Black Girls Eat Podcast. Hear all about her introduction to plant based nutrition and how growing up in the Bronx had an influence on her relationship with fruits and vegetables. Get ready to laugh and learn as LA shares her perspective on leafy greens, chia seeds and how to make the perfect quinoa. Don't take it all so seriously and please consult your own medical professional!