Rick Andreoli Montreal Featured in Article on the Right way to Prepare a Poached Egg

MONTREAL, QUéBEC, CANADA , March 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Television chef Rick Andreoli of Montreal was recently featured in an article highlighting the perfect way to cook a poached egg—something that many home cooks struggle with, according to Andreoli.

In the article, Andreoli explains that poaching eggs can understandably be challenging. However, once readers master the art and science of the poached egg–cooking process, they should have no problem with repeating it every time they are in the mood for poached eggs.

For starters, it is critical that cooks properly prepare water for cooking their poached eggs. A sizable saucepan should be filled with water, and a couple of cups of vinegar (white wine) should be added to it. The vinegar will keep the egg intact when they are submerged in the water, according to Andreoli.

Next, the egg should be broken into a glass and then added to the saucepan after the water has been stirred slowly using a slotted spoon. Once the egg is in the water, it should stay together while swirling around, and eventually, the egg white will extend around the egg’s yolk. At this time, the heat should be turned off, and the lid should be placed on the saucepan as the egg cooks for six minutes, according to Andreoli.

Andreoli explains on the website that once the egg is done cooking, it should be submerged in an ice bath, which will make the egg’s outside area firm. During this process, the egg’s center will remain soft, but the egg will not continue to cook due to the cold temperature of the ice water surrounding it, according to Andreoli. Finally, the egg can be removed from the bath, at which point it is ready to eat.

All in all, through the article, readers can learn practical, easy-to-follow steps for preparing delicately cooked poached eggs that will both look great and taste delicious time and time again, according to Andreoli.

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Green Energy Biofuel Adds Landfill-free Recycling, Cleaning Services for Industrial Customers

Green Energy Biofuel team members recycle grease tank cleaning

GEB co-owners BioJoe, second from left, and Beth Renwick, second from right

Grease tank cleaning Green Energy Biofuel pressure-washing line-jetting

GEB now offers tank cleaning as a new service to industrial-scale clients.

Grease hauling Green Energy Biofuel vacuum trucks South Carolina DERA grant

As GEB grows, the company has added vehicles to its fleet to keep up with new business.

The once-small company has grown up and is securing industrial-scale customers for all their environmentally responsible disposal needs.

One new, popular service we offer is tank cleaning. We give the customer a rebate for every pound of grease we recover from their tanks.”

— BioJoe Renwick, Co-founder and Owner, Green Energy Biofuel

WINNSBORO, SOUTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, March 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Green Energy Biofuel (GEB), the one-stop-shop for all organic recycling needs big and small, continues to grow. The South Carolina-based company began more than a decade ago as a local grease collector and biodiesel producer, but since then GEB has evolved into a valuable provider of numerous recycling services to some of the nation’s largest industrial food and agribusiness factories. Its service area spans from the Great Lakes to the Deep South, and from the Carolina coast to the Mississippi River.

GEB’s expansion into new services is spurring this growth, which is supported by additional personnel, fleet vehicles and account generation. Once focused on used cooking oil (UCO) collection from local establishments and small-scale biodiesel production, GEB can process 200,000 gallons of liquid waste material per day at its expanded and retooled processing complex in Aiken, South Carolina. In addition to recycling various greases, GEB’s facility recently received a much-desired wastewater permit.

“By the end of April, we’ll be going full bore on processing wastewater for ourselves, and for other companies,” says BioJoe Renwick, GEB co-founder and owner.

In addition, GEB recently bought a compost facility, ReSoil, in order to provide its industrial-scale clients landfill-free disposal options geared toward today’s stringent environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) criteria.

The company has hired a 16-year veteran from the pressure-washing and hydro-cleaning profession, Freddie Reynders, opening up a host of new services GEB now offers its clients. Reynders also heads up GEB’s service division, providing much-needed leadership and experience.

With this added feature, GEB is now able to professionally service hoods, or ventilation systems for food-frying businesses of all sizes—from restaurants to industrial-scale food processing facilities. The company also provides line-jetting of clogged drains in restaurants, whether kitchen sinks or floor drains. In addition, when performing oil recovery from grease traps, GEB can pressure wash those traps and recover every ounce of recyclable material.

“One new, popular service we offer is tank cleaning,” Renwick says. “We go inside people’s tanks, pressure wash and clean them, and remove the waste inside. Then we bring back that waste we recovered from their tanks to our Aiken plant, where we process and refine it. We give the customer a rebate for every pound of grease we recover from their tanks. This gives them a reduced rate for cleaning and disposal, and we get waste we can purify and sell.”

These tanks aren’t small, either. Some are hundreds of thousands of gallons in size. “We’re able to provide services at rates far better than our competitors because we’re 100 percent vertically integrated,” Renwick says. “We can clean tanks and take waste for a lower price than anyone else can.”

To exemplify GEB’s rapid growth, the company has added more than 200 new service accounts in the first quarter of 2021. It has also hired four new people, bringing the number of green, sustainable jobs created by GEB to 24 strong.

“We’re on fire with sales and service, and generating new accounts,” Renwick says. “This includes UCO collections as well as industrial-scale waste processors.”

In South Carolina alone, GEB has signed on eight new counties, creating recycling programs for UCO where none existed before. GEB provides a drop-off container to a centralized location where residents can bring their UCO for recycling.

“We’ve hired specialists in various fields, a full staff dedicated to industrial sales, school and municipal sales, restaurant sales, and southeastern account sales,” Renwick says.

New services, new accounts and additional personnel mean GEB must also expand its fleet of service trucks to accommodate new business.

“This fast-paced growth requires additional fleet vehicles, such as another 2,500-gallon Kenworth vacuum truck, an Isuzu custom pressure-washing truck to provide drain-line cleaning, steam-surface cleaning, and disinfecting services,” Renwick says.

Most recently, GEB bought another Isuzu 18-foot stake-body truck with a lift gate, dedicated to setting up 20 new accounts per day. The company is utilizing grant funding from the U.S. EPA’s Diesel Emissions Reduction Act through the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control to replace old, dirty, inefficient vehicles with cleaner, newer, more efficient ones. In total, GEB owns or operates a fleet of 14 tankers and tractor trucks, five vacuum trucks, four service trucks and eight railcars. It operates out of four locations with a reach virtually anywhere east of the Mississippi River and south of the Great Lakes.

A company like GEB doesn’t need millions of dollars to grow sustainably, acquire large customers and be a success. “If you set big goals and work hard to achieve them, and treat your customers honestly, fairly and with respect, anyone can do this,” Renwick says. “We are living proof.”

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Plant-Based Climate Summit Brings Together Experts to Discuss Fighting Climate Crisis With Diet

The Plant-Based Climate Summit will take place on April 1.

The free Plant-Based Climate Summit will stream live at 11:30 a.m. ET on April 1, 2021.

On April 1, scientists and nutrition experts will team up to discuss the impact of diet on the environment at the free Plant-Based Climate Summit.

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, March 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — On April 1 at 11:30 a.m. ET, climate change scientists and nutrition experts will team up to discuss the impacts of diet on the environment at the free virtual Plant-Based Climate Summit, hosted by the nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.

Expert speakers will address the effects of animal agriculture on greenhouse gas emissions, water and air pollution, land use, infectious diseases, community health, and more, while providing practical tips and resources that will help participants get started on a planet-friendly diet.

“From catastrophic fires in Australia and the Amazon to severe snowstorms in Texas, recent events have shown us that it’s more important than ever to take steps to put an end to the ongoing climate crisis,” says Susan Levin, MS, RD, CSSD, director of nutrition education at the Physicians Committee. “Studies show that shifting to a plant-based diet is not only good for good for our health, but good for the planet, too.”

Speakers and topics covered will include:
• Neal Barnard, MD, FACC, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine: Introduction and Welcome
• Michael Greger, MD, NutritionFacts.Org: From Where Do Emerging Diseases Emerge?
• Jenné Claiborne, Sweet Potato Soul: Tips and Tricks to Make Your Diet More Sustainable
• Leslie A. Duram, PhD, Southern Illinois University: Diet and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
• Naeema Muhammad, North Carolina Environmental Justice Network: The Impact of Hog Farms on North Carolina Communities
• Chef Lois Ellen Frank, PhD, Red Mesa Cuisine, LLC: Sustainability Through Traditional Native Food and Practices
• Joanne Kong, DMA, University of Richmond: How a Greener Diet Can Transform You and the Planet
• Emma Finn, Friends of the Earth: Greening School Food
• Ocean Robbins, The Food Revolution Network: Heal Your Body & Your World—With Food!
• Maggie Neola, RD, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine: Climate-Friendly Recipe Demonstration
• Martin Heller, PhD, University of Michigan: The Environmental Impacts of Dietary Choices

Free registration includes expert presentations on plant-based diets and climate change, live Q&A with speakers, practical tips and cooking demonstrations that will help attendees get started on a climate-friendly plant-based diet, and bonus recipes and resources!

To learn more and register for this free event, please visit PCRM.org/ClimateSummit.

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Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
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Hago Energetics Inc. Announces New Interns

THOUSAND OAKS, CALIFORNIA , UNITED STATES, March 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Hago Energetics Inc., a startup company focused on tackling climate change through various avenues, announced today that seven bright new interns joined their team for Spring 2021. The team will be developing several projects to address climate change including carbon capture, marine cloud brightening, and hydrogen conversion technologies. All of the projects are utilizing extensive research and collaboration with an overarching goal to limit the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in order to lessen the impacts of climate change.

Meet the interns:

Isabel Cline:
Isabel Cline (or Isa for short) is an undergraduate student at UCLA who is passionate about utilizing her knowledge of atmospheric science to help find ways to mitigate climate change. In her free time, she enjoys drawing, reading, hiking, and volunteering at her local wildlife center.

Megan Ferris:
Megan Ferris is a recent graduate from the University of Connecticut with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science with a Global Change Concentration. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, reading, gardening, and running. She is very excited to have this internship opportunity with Hago Energetics in order to research various emerging technologies and solutions that will be crucial in solving climate change.

Sophia Fevola:
Sophia Fevola, from West Palm Beach, Florida, is a junior studying environmental science with a concentration in pre-law at Eastern Nazarene College. After she graduates, Sophia plans to go onto law school to pursue environmental justice. She is fascinated with the ocean, and one of her favorite ecosystems are mangrove forests. In addition, she loves soccer and plays it in her free time.

Grace Gould:
Grace Gould is currently a student at North Carolina State University studying environmental engineering and philosophy. She believes integrating engineering with the humanities and social sciences creates a multifaceted approach to challenges we face. The further she gets in her education, the more it reaffirms her passion for the environment. From a young age, Grace learned about the importance of taking care of our environment. In the future, she wants to work in the renewable energy sector since as stewards of the environment, she believes we need to start moving towards different energy sources that are cleaner and better for the environment.

Emmett Novick:
Emmett Novick, from Mamaroneck, NY, is currently a sophomore at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. He is studying environmental science and economics. He has an interest in helping move the world toward a sustainable future. In his free time, he enjoys playing basketball, listening to music, cooking, and watching movies.

Nikolas Pullen:
Nikolas Pullen is working with Hago Energetics as an intern for the Spring. He is a senior in chemical engineering at the University of Michigan with a concentration in environmental engineering and a minor in international engineering. In addition to learning about science and engineering, he enjoys playing video games, calligraphy, and studying military history. He is primarily interested in applying technical knowledge to practical applications by helping research topics and design process equipment.

Sydney Weber:
Sydney Weber is currently a junior in high school. She is very involved in environmental action in her community by participating in cleanups and being an active member of her high school's eco club. She has also created and edited videos for a non-profit focusing on climate change education. Her goal in the future is to continue pursuing her passion for environmental education in college. In addition, she loves the beach, playing lacrosse, and hiking.

Wilson Hago
Hago Energetics

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Epileptic Factory Presenting First Ever Album: A New Approach to House, Dubstep & Midtempo

Photo of the founders of the Epileptic Factory standing in front of plain background with sunglasses on.

The founders of the Epileptic Factory

Epileptic Factory is releasing their first-ever EP. Have you ever thought of what happens if you mix house, dubstep & midtempo? Well, they call it Night Juice!

Have you ever thought of what happens if you mix house, dubstep, and midtempo? Well, we call it: Night Juice!”

— Thomas Njå Skånvik

BERGEN, VESTLAND, NORWAY, March 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — This Friday (26th of March) Epileptic Factory will release their first-ever EP made by their founders, N.jay, SubPhex & Zpox. Have you ever thought of what happens if you mix house, dubstep, and midtempo? Well, they call it: Night Juice! N.jay’s rocking that house, Subphex’s headbanging to that dubstep & Zpox flows with the midtempo. Together they have made a collection of songs showcasing the creative freedom and diversity they stand for. Night Juice as well as the rest of Vol. 1 Alpha, will be out on Spotify and all major streaming services this Friday!

The artists:

Norwegian N.jay started his chapter into electronic music after he got to try playing on vinyl back in 2011, this caused a spark in his interest in electronic music. Growing up he would play random music from the collection at home, play video games like Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Guitar Hero, and simply sing like a madman when he was home alone. N.jay makes a variety of music, but mainly it has something funky and housey to it.

SubPhex is an electronic music producer specializing in Dubstep and Drum & Bass. Not limiting himself to genres & styles; his main goal is to evolve each track to be different. To explore mixing different genres, styles, and vibes from different periods of time, in order to create new modern bass-heavy genre hybrids. Walking on the brink of melodic & fierce; the contrast of having different vibes and emotions is a strong pursuit of SubPhex. There is never quite knowing how a song may evolve and change into something different, and what types of style influences the track is going to be hit with.

Zpox brings that fresh electronic music that makes granny dance while cooking! The exciting sounds from Zpox take you on a journey with good vibes to heavy deep bass. His musical journey started as a teenager where he invested most of his time studying music production!

About us
Epileptic Factory, based in Bergen, Norway, is a music collective started by N.jay and Zpox back in 2019. It all started with a good drink and a dream to create a place where they could work together and release their own and others' music. Fast forward to January 2021 the third member of the team, SubPhex joined them. Together they are working towards making Epileptic Factory greater.

Thomas Njå Skånvik
Epileptic Factory
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LGO Hospitality Announces New Buck &Rider Restaurant in North Scottsdale

The team at LGO Hospitality is excited to announce that its wildly popular Buck &Rider restaurant is coming to North Scottsdale.

PHOENIX, AZ, UNITED STATES, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The team at LGO Hospitality is excited to announce that its wildly popular Buck &Rider restaurant is coming to North Scottsdale at the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Mayo Blvd. in the Shops at Chauncey Ranch.

Known for flying in seafood fresh daily (a first for Arizona), Buck &Rider has earned high praise since opening its doors in 2015. The restaurant maintains close relationships with fishermen and farmers with no middlemen since everything is flown in directly from the East, West, and Gulf Coasts. Seasonality, weather conditions and fishermen skill drive the menu on a daily basis. All fish is cut in house and fish and oysters are rotated throughout the day. The restaurant’s steak program will feature LGO Reserve beef which is the first in Arizona to be awarded a private label USDA certification.

In addition to serving lunch and dinner, Buck &Rider will have its legendary happy hour (including the famed Abby’s Oyster Bar) and brunch with live music. Some of the things guests can expect from happy hour include a full signature cocktail list and a premium well drink program. Drinking food includes Voodoo Fried Rice, Baja Shrimp Ceviche, Steak Tartar, Ahi Tuna Crispy Rice, Hand-Rolled Sushi and Smoked Trout Dip. No matter the time of day, guests will enjoy the unique verve and vibe that only comes with a Buck &Rider experience.

The North Scottsdale location will reflect the Buck &Rider style that continually attracts a young-minded discerning crowd that understands authenticity. It will feature a full patio with outdoor bar with architecture by prominent local architect Cathy Hayes; the building inspiration and direction will be driven by the N. Scottsdale location.

“Opening an authentic Buck &Rider location in Scottsdale gives us the ability to share our vitality, vim and vigor with the local community. Our goal has always been to bring the freshest seafood possible to Phoenix,” said Emily Collins of LGO Hospitality. “We’re eager and enthusiastic about sharing our unique and genuine vision with even more Arizonans. We utilize the freshest and most immaculate ingredients and apply exactness in cooking so that interference with the natural elements of the food is minimal and truly celebrate the ingredients.”

The opening of the new location is about a year out and the plan is to have a celebratory grand opening, inviting the local community to enjoy the full Buck &Rider experience.

For more information on Buck &Rider, visit https://www.buckandrider.com and follow Buck &Rider on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/buckandrider, Facebook https://www.facebook.com/buckandrider and Yelp https://www.yelp.com/biz/buck-and-rider-phoenix.

About LGO Hospitality

In 2002, La Grande Orange grocery opened in Arizona in a neighborhood that had once been the home of sprawling citrus groves – primarily oranges.
The name “La Grande Orange” was chosen in reverence to the citrus groves of the past — while putting forth an intention to follow the ideology of simple aesthetics and ingredient driven passionate cooking and service from that day forward.

Eschewing the chain mentality that has dominated American businesses since the 1970s, LGO has gone on to create businesses that focus on serving the local resident. Each restaurant is designed to meet the specific needs of that guest, tailoring every part of the business to specifically add value to the everyday lives of the immediate resident and community.
Today, LGO Hospitality and its team of nearly 1,000 operate more than a dozen businesses in both California and Arizona. Moving forward, LGO Hospitality is committed to growing a company and lifestyle culture that sets a standard for those to admire and enjoy. Visit https://lgohospitality.com.

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7 Easy Ways to Add Play to Your Day While Adulting in 2021

Healthy Smoothies featuring Intentional Bare

Yummy, healthy smoothie with a scoop of Intentionally Bare’s Keto BHB Raspberry Electrolytes

Rock Art with Pintar Art Supply

Share a smile Rock Art with Pintar Art Supply

Chia shortbread cookies made with yummy Sherpa Chai

Chia shortbread cookies made with yummy Sherpa Chai

Seriously fun tips to help adults survive and thrive in 2021.

Remember, you owe it to your health to have some fun! Give one of these a try, or let this list inspire you to create your ideas to add play to your day.”

— Christie Bilbrey

LAKE WALES, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Need a lift from the stress and anxiety of navigating the new normal? Adding play to your day can make all the difference. No, these aren’t fun tips to keep the kids busy; these are for us adults trying to survive and thrive in 2021.

It’s so easy to let stress go to your head. I should know; I was so stressed with everything last year that I came down with Shingles. If you don’t know what that feels like, trust me when I say that you want to avoid it at all costs. Ouch!

In case you feel guilty about taking time away from your to-do lists and responsibilities, consider this: a little time for playful activity can benefit your life by helping you:
– develop problem-solving skills
– strengthen creativity and imagination
– rejuvenate your spirit
– unwind from the day
– improve focus

It sounds like we all need to take a little time to play! Here are just a few of my favorite ways to unwind and enjoy being playful.

1. Carve out time for creative writing or doodling, whichever suits your fancy.
Don’t overthink it. Enjoy a yummy, healthy smoothie with a scoop of Intentionally Bare’s Keto BHB Raspberry Electrolytes, grab any writing device, physical or digital, and start writing or drawing whatever pops into your mind. Even if it feels awkward at first, keep going, and stay engaged. Let go of expectations of grandeur with the results. You don’t have to show this to anyone. It’s merely a fun release.

2. Sing out loud.
Find a space where you can make some noise, free from the intrusion of others. This isn’t intended to be a master performance, so belt it out and don’t worry if you’re off-key or can’t remember all the lyrics. Sing your favorites or make it up as you go. Even if you feel a little silly, that’s kind of the point, right?

3. Dance it out!
Want to learn a new move or dance type? Search YouTube for a tutorial to help you step outside of your comfort zone. If you love to dance, then you may want to freestyle the choreography as you go. Now is the perfect time to let loose and have fun moving your body. You can’t tell me dancing won’t put a smile on your face! How about going ol’ school and getting outside to enjoy the sun? Lace-up some roller skates or a pair of Xino Sports’ inline skates, pop in your earbuds, and take in the scenery while you skate your stress away – your inner child will LOVE you for it!

4. Create artwork using any medium you have available.
Sign up for an online art lesson or search for a tutorial on YouTube or TikTok. You can find videos on anything that interests you (painting, collage making, scrapbooking) 24 hours a day! Let’s all do our part to make the world a little brighter. How about giving fluid art a try? All you need is a little bit of paint, a canvas, and a hairdryer to get the colors swirling.

5. Prepare a new dish in the kitchen.
Cooking can be relaxing and fun when you’re trying a new dish or treat. If you want a sweet treat, try this delicious chai shortbread cookie recipe made with Sherpa Chai Vanilla Chai. Sherpa Chai has several amazing flavors (with premium-quality, organic ingredients) made from generations-old, Sherpa recipes from a Nepalese family.

Just remember not to overhype your masterpiece to your spouse in advance – until you’ve had a chance to taste your success. Not that I know anything about that (wink, wink).

To keep this activity calm and playful, make sure you have all of the ingredients and tools needed and laid out in advance. Plan this during a time with few distractions so that you don’t burn your creation or let it boil over onto the stove when you’re not looking. Also, make sure to keep the recipe handy.

6. Design homemade cards to send to nursing home residents.
Why not enjoy a little creative time by serving others? For inspiration, scroll through Pinterest and check out your local craft store, in person, or online. To avoid buying an endless supply of craft materials, check out this article on Craftsy for beautiful creations that use only a few items.

Not sure what to write? You can include a quote, a poem, or write a simple, uplifting message:
· Have a wonderful day!
· You are loved, and there is no one like you.
· You make the world a better place.

7. Make rock art.
Everyone loves a little surprise now and then, right? Rock art is a perfect way to share a smile with others. Find smooth, flat stones to paint and add to your garden, sidewalk, or keep tucked away just for you. You might be surprised by the beautiful creations you can make with rocks. Check out tutorials to spark your creativity.

Pintar Art Supply has amazingly high-quality paint pens (acrylic, oil, and several others) that are perfect for this activity or any art project that you want to keep free of messes, not to mention that paint pens are much easier to control than paintbrushes.

Remember, you owe it to your health to have some fun! Give one of these a try, or let this list inspire you to create your ideas to add play to your day.

Christie Bilbrey
Ballistic Media Group
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Kidney Doctor Dr. Blake Shusterman Partners with American Kidney Fund Through “Cooking Doc” Platform for Kidney Month

GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — There’s a reason why a whole month of the year is dedicated to raising awareness for kidney health. As a vital organ, kidneys play an important part in filtering waste, control red blood cell production and blood pressure. Some could compare them to the body’s chemical factory, making sure that it’s performing vital functions properly. As good as it sounds, kidneys are also at the risk of getting damaged overtime, with no showing physical symptoms.

Reports show that one in three American adults are at risk for kidney disease and that out of the 26 million people living in America, most are not aware that they suffer from it. That is why it is so important to keep them healthy and strong.

South Carolina based nephrologist, Dr. Blake Shusterman, known fondly by his patients as “Dr. Blake,” and nationwide as The Cooking Doc, is aware that for many people, particularly those suffering from health issues, switching to a healthier lifestyle can be difficult or unsatisfying. The reality is that healthy and delicious are not mutually exclusive. Through his passion for food and helping others, his purpose is to empower people to make healthier food choices without compromising taste or joy for eating. This led him to write his book “Kidney Healthy Cooking.”

The book, which is available both in ebook format and on Amazon, details a number of delicious and kidney friendly recipes and guidance.

A lover of food, he sees the enjoyment of it as an important component to be able to make the switch to a better life. Instead of telling patients what they can or cannot eat, Dr. Blake informs them on new ways to cook and introduce ingredients to their diet. His approach has always been to make cooking fun, relaxing, delicious and accessible to everyone.

His partnership with the American Kidney Fund allows him to host a virtual cooking show to inspire and educate people concerned about their kidney health and share recipes on the “Kidney Kitchen” portion of the organization’s website.

Spearheading a global online platform with an audience of over thirty-five thousand people, he also shares engaging videos and incredible diverse food choices. From mediterrenean herbed salmon to vegan chilli, the list of dishes is endless. His charismatic, funny and compassionate nature has attracted more than sixteen thousands followers on his Youtube channel, The Cooking Doc. His charming personality and educational approach to eating makes them stay for more!

The Cooking Doc is not just an alias, it truly is an entire wellness platform that will positively disrupt Americans’ perceptions about what makes food tasty.

More information about Dr. Blake can be found here.

About Dr. Blake Shusterman

Blake Shusterman, MD, or Dr. Blake for short as some call him, is a nephrologist (kidney doctor) practicing in Greenville SC at Carolina Nephrology. A family man and food lover, he’s also the creator of The Cooking Doc, an online cooking show and health information website dedicated to helping viewers create delicious meals and use food to manage their kidney disease.

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Methanol Institute to Host Methanol Fuel for Clean Cooking Webinar

The Methanol Institute (MI – www.methanol.org) will be hosting an exciting webinar “Methanol Fuel for Clean Cooking” on April 7, 2021, at 1600 HRS (IST)

Cooking fuels should be safe, affordable and clean. Methanol cook stoves can provide these benefits for households across India”

— Gregory Dolan, CEO, Methanol Institute

DELHI, INDIA, March 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — As a clean-burning fuel, methanol is used across different applications to lower harmful emissions and improve air quality. It is also used as a cooking fuel as it upholds the safety and health of end users by being an easy to handle fuel that has significantly lower emissions.

Globally, indoor air pollution caused by cooking with fuels like waste, biomass, and kerosene is a cause for concern. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates 2.8 billion to 3.1 billion, or 43 per cent of the global population mainly cook with polluting fuels. This has led to more than 60 per cent of all premature deaths from household air pollution among women and children. Household reliance on polluting fuels is intertwined with other development themes, not least climate change – where the same polluting fuels that cause household air pollution also release greenhouse gases. These links are reflected across the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which include specific goals and targets around health for all, climate change, gender equality, clean energy, and technologies that protect health.

The webinar will shed light on how cooking with methanol fuels can play a vital role in protecting end users by improving indoor air quality in households and kitchens. Industry experts will share best practices and insights that they have gotten to present a case for the adoption of methanol cook stoves.

“Cooking fuels should be safe, affordable and clean. Methanol cook stoves can provide these benefits for households across India,” said Methanol Institute CEO Gregory Dolan. “Our Methanol Fuel for Clean Cooking webinar will provide insights from global experts for transforming the cooking experience.”

The speakers of the webinar include Reema Nanavaty, Executive Director, Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) of India; Harry Stokes, Executive Director, Project Gaia; and Robert Sagulin, CTO, Cleancook Sweden AB.

To register for the webinar click HERE.


About MI

The Methanol Institute (MI) serves as the global trade association for the methanol industry, representing the world’s leading producers, distributors, and technology companies. Founded in 1989 in Washington DC, MI now represents its members from five offices around world in Washington DC, Beijing, Brussels, Delhi, and Singapore.


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Methanol Institute
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Make Easter Dinner a Delight with Firebirds Wood Fired Grill Pre-Ordered Easter Feast

Firebirds’ Easter Feast

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES , March 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Charlotte, N.C. (Mar. 24, 2021) – Enjoy Firebirds Wood Fired Grill from the comfort of your home this Easter with a delicious Firebirds Wood Fired Grill pre-order Easter Feast.

Firebirds’ Easter Feast packages serve from 4-6 or 8-12 people with a choice of succulent ham or prime rib. Home-style side dishes such as baked mac and cheese, roasted garlic herb butter asparagus, parmesan mashed potatoes, as well as lemon cake with fresh blueberries for dessert are among the featured choices. A la carte options also are available for pre-order. Meals will be uncooked at time of pickup and include easy-to-follow cooking directions for an oven to table meal in three hours or less.

Pre-ordering is available online at FirebirdsRestaurants.com now through Wednesday, March 31 for pick up Saturday and Sunday, Apr. 3 and 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Easter Feast Menu:

-Ham Feast

Includes 4-pound or 8-pound brown sugar baked ham, baked mac and cheese, roasted garlic herb butter asparagus, honey-chipotle glazed carrots, parmesan mashed potatoes, bread and butter and lemon cake with fresh blueberries in sauce

-Prime Rib Feast

Includes 4-pound or 8-pound herb-rubbed prime rib with au jus and horseradish sauce, baked mac and cheese, roasted garlic herb butter asparagus, honey-chipotle glazed carrots, parmesan mashed potatoes, bread and butter and lemon cake with fresh blueberries in sauce

-Mimosa Kits (make 5-6 cocktails)

A full bottle of LaMarca Prosecco paired with your choice of juice flavor make these mimosas a hit. Choose from: Mimosa Kit (Orange); Grapefruit-Ginger Mimosa Kit; Blueberry-Lemonade Mimosa Kit; Strawberry-Lemonade Mimosa Kit

-Whole Lemon Cake

Five-layer lemon cake with white chocolate frosting and fresh blueberries in sauce

Visit FirebirdsRestaurants.com to order online or call a Firebirds near you.


About Firebirds Wood Fired Grill

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, a contemporary-polished restaurant, is an energetic twist on the traditional grill featuring a boldly flavored, classic American menu in an inviting, fire-centric atmosphere. Signature menu items include hand-cut, aged steaks and fresh seafood hand-fileted in-house and seared over locally sourced hickory, oak or pecan wood in Firebirds’ scratch kitchen and exposed wood-fired grill. The open, stylish, enticing décor incorporates wood-fired themes and entertaining spaces, such as the outdoor patio with seasonal comforts and the award-winning FIREBAR®. Popular specialties include Wine Down Mondays, happy hour, artisan cocktails, craft beer, bourbon, after dinner drinks and Firebirds’ private label wine. In keeping with its mission, “To Serve, Enrich and Exceed,” Firebirds supports ever-growing sustainability efforts throughout its restaurants and partners with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, with more than $2 million raised for childhood cancer research through the sale of fresh-squeezed lemonade. Visit firebirdsrestaurants.com to become a member of Firebirds’ Inner Circle, make an OpenTable reservation or order ToGo online.

Lesley Gamwell
Rountree Group
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Source: EIN Presswire