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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