Hi everybody. Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Susan is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, chef, cookbook collector, and dedicated flexitarian. She lives in south Florida where she specializes in living and teaching about flexitarian cooking and eating as well as studying non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. In the episode of the podcast we talk about Susan’s interest in cooking, her former work as a chef on a yacht, the influence of Travel and Leisure magazine on her work as a chef, and now her work as a dietitian. We also discuss the variations in the seasonal availability of fresh ingredients across the US and how that differs in the subtropical climate in south Florida where the growing season was in full-swing at the time of the interview. I love as always interviews with cooks like Susan, where we can see direct correlations between the way we cook and eat and our physical health, the way that written recipes and stories influence our work in the kitchen, and the way that we are all truly connected through food, cooking, and the books and magazine we read and cook from.
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Susan’s website: Fatty Liver Disease
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