Absolutely I’m not alone in having left these leftovers on the counter in a single day. Are they suitable for eating? What’s one of the simplest ways to retailer meat within the freezer? And what's a meat scientist, anyway?!? We've the solutions to these and much more of your meat questions.

This week on the podcast, Carrie Mess (a.okay.a. Dairy Carrie) and I leap on Zoom for a digital Over A Beer episode with visitor, Janeal Yancey, the mother on the meat counter from Arkansas. In case you haven’t already, you must subscribe to my podcast (RSS hyperlink) to take heed to all earlier episodes. You will discover these episode present notes right here.

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Podcast 041 – Meat Scientist

In episode 041 of the Beef Runner podcast, Carrie Mess and I are joined by Janeal Yancey for one more Over A Beer dialog. Janeal is a meat scientist on the College of Arkansas, a mother to 2 adventurous women who present sheep, cattle, and (Carrie’s favourite!) goats. And Janeal has been a visitor writer on the weblog earlier than! Learn her publish right here.

Janeal was really my Block and Bridle advisor throughout my first two years of undergraduate at UA. So, after all, she and Carrie needed to dig up a photograph of the 2 of us from 13 years in the past as we have been enjoying the function (considerably unsuccessfully) of pc techs at one of many first Razorback Traditional cattle exhibits in Fayetteville.

Throwback to the Razorback Traditional cattle present in April 2007. I used to be a freshman at College of Arkansas. Pictured right here with Janeal Yancey who was my Block and Bridle advisor.

Janeal has been concerned in on-line advocacy for nearly so long as Carrie and I've been, so we figured she is a pure visitor to take a seat down and talk about advocacy with us for the podcast.

Janeal is legendary for her #MeatCounterSelfie excursions from world wide as she travels together with her husband and collegiate applications. We’ve all been there, proper?! Each time I am going to a grocery retailer in a brand new space, I take pleasure in stopping by the meat or dairy counter to see what native or regional merchandise are provided. Subsequent time you end up doing so, snap a selfie and tag Janeal in your social media publish!

On this episode, we ask Janeal a number of questions we’ve acquired about meat security. These are particularly related as extra of us are cooking household meals at residence through the coronavirus pandemic.

Questions for a Meat Scientist

Listed below are a couple of of the subjects we talk about within the podcast and hyperlinks which can be talked about.

Suggestions for Agriculture Advocacy

What suggestions does a meat scientist have for agriculture advocates and sharing their tales?

Janeal says the most important factor to be an efficient advocate is to have a posse – to have your again, learn your posts, offer you help and recommendation. Your posse doesn’t must be fellow agriculture advocates. Janeal works with a number of ladies bloggers who aren’t concerned in agriculture.

Worth group over competitors. There may be nothing improper with two advocates discussing the identical factor. Janeal offers an instance of fellow advocate and animal scientist, Jude Capper, who could publish on the identical subject, however has a unique viewers and perspective.

Help different advocates and search help from different advocates. Having advocates you'll be able to belief to ship different folks to is big. Whenever you don’t know the reply, you'll be able to assist discover somebody who does.

Ask Your Meat Science Questions

Latest conversations have been full of tales of meals like potatoes or milk being dumped and hogs or poultry being euthanized. Previous to this pandemic, there haven’t been giant conversations to spur folks to consider getting meals to our plates safely, on an enormous scale. Possibly that can change sooner or later.

We hope you're taking an opportunity to observe and join with Janeal on-line. We're so glad to have her group, advocating for agriculture and as a useful resource for any of our meat questions! You will discover her running a blog at MomAtTheMeatCounter.blogspot.com or on Fb, Instagram, and Twitter.

What do you suppose?

Take heed to the podcast episode with Janeal Yancey, meat scientist and mother. Then, tell us your ideas on at the moment’s dialogue by dropping a remark under or chiming in on Twitter.

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