Food For Thought.
Food For Thought.
EXTRA! BURNT with Anjali Prasertong.
EXTRA! BURNT with Anjali Prasertong.
Antiracist Dietician

So excited to share the last episode of Food For Thought.'s first podcast season. This one is EXTRA! BURNT, meaning that the conversation is longer than typical episodes and we meander through some interesting and meaningful topics.

My first guest is the fantastic writer behind one of my favorite newsletters, Antiracist Dietician. Anjali Prasertong's writing has that extra oomph that hits you in the gut and can make you feel uncomfortable (that’s the best kind of writing in my opinion). Her writing focuses on dismantling the systemic barriers and biases within the field of nutrition. For Anjali, food is not just about nourishment; it is a gateway to cultural expression, community, and equity. Her mission is to challenge the status quo and promote inclusivity by highlighting the ways in which race, culture, and socioeconomic factors intersect with our food choices and access.

I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as I did and please be sure to subscribe to her newsletter or peruse her archive of writing.

P.S. There’s no transcription for this episode, but if you really need one just let me know.

Cook. Eat. Repeat.

Natalie 💗✨

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Appears in episode

Natalie Love Cruz
Anjali Prasertong