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What Do You Know About GMOs—4/24 @ 5:30pm

Organic Consumers Association is working hard to shine the light in the darkest places of GMOs and labeling. While food manufacturers insist that GMO ingredients are perfectly safe, they’ve spent more than $70 million to defeat GMO labeling initiatives in California and Washington … Continue reading

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About Stirring the Pot Radio

Stefanie’s Blog has expanded to radio! Through a partnership with Hamptons’ NPR— Peconic Public Broadcasting (WPPB), Stirring the Pot airs Thursdays at 5:30 pm on 88.3 FM throughout Eastern Long Island and Southern Connecticut. You can also catch it via live stream. And if you miss the show, tune in Saturdays at 7am for the encore or check out the podcast.

Hosted by long time Montauk resident and Culinary Nutritionist, Stefanie Sacks MS, CNS, CDN  Stirring the Pot is devoted to food, nutrition and health featuring some of the hottest topics, amazing guest experts and interesting local people all sharing their knowledge, stories and passion about food. Each week, cookbook author and culinary translator, Rebecca Katz joins the conversation for The Weekly Yum, Coast to Coast with Sacks and Katz. The ladies lure you into the kitchen to create meals that enhance your health and well being while caressing your tastebuds. Nutritious will always meet delicious on Stirring the Pot. Get inspired, be entertained and join the YUM! We encourage your involvement through Facebook and Twitter.

Stirring the Pot is supported in part by Naturopathica and Saunders & Associates. A special thank you to East Hampton Dental GroupHampton Jitney for your support and to Nancy Atlas for writing and recording the theme song for the show!

 

 

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