#10 - HOW FOOD ACCESS CAN CHANGE THE WORLD WITH WOKE FOODS

How food access can change the world with Ysanet Batista, plant-based chef and founder of WOKE FOODS - Eat, Capture, Share Podcast

In today’s episode (10) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with Ysanet Batista, plant-based chef and the founder of New York City based WOKE FOODS, a woman owned food service cooperate. We talk about food rights, food access and plant-based living in inner city New York. Here’s what you can expect from today’s episode …

  • I outline when season 2 of the podcast will start and what the bonus podcast episodes are all about

  • I speak about my LIVE mini food photography tutorials happening in February 2019 and my FREE instagram food photography challenge starting early in 2019!

  • I explain how you can apply to be on the podcast for an on-line mentoring session

  • Ysanet Batista introduces herself

  • Ysanet explains how she defines the word WOKE

  • Ysanet tells us why she started WOKE FOODS

  • We talk about the fact that food access is restricted in poorer parts of the United States and what this means for those community

  • Ysanet outlines how the lack of food options during her childhood has affected her

  • Ysanet speaks about her transition to a whole food plant-based diet

  • We talk about how plant-based foods are plentiful in Caribbean and Latin American cuisines

  • Why portraying vegan food as accessible can be very empowering

  • Why it’s important to be conscious about the food choices you’re making and the effects these choices have on wider social and environmental issues

  • Ysanet explains what the mission of WOKE FOODS is

  • Ysanet talks about how she keeps going and fighting for food access for all

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