May 15, 2020
During lockdown, our entire world has rediscovered the joys of breadmaking. But what is the supernatural phenomenon, indeed the Christian miracle, behind your sourdough starter? Why is baking bread a life lesson in death and resurrection? And how does it celebrate bacteria, pathogens, and all those other disgusting microbes floating around us? Professor Eric Pallant, one of the world's leading experts on the history and science of bread, joins us. Eric Pallant is Chairman of the Department of Environmental Science and Sustainability at Allegheny College. He is the author of the forthcoming book (2021), "The Culture of Sourdough: The History and Science of Sourdough."
Also Comic Joe DeVito; Professor Ben Burgis from Jacobin Magazine; Animal Behaviorist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin; Senator Susan Collins (Martha Previte;) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn; Comic Laura House; Comic Kevin Bartini; David talks to listeners.
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Time Code: Senator Susan Collins (2:37) Comic Joe DeVito (16:30) Professor Eric Pallant (44:30) Jim Earl (1:12:30) Laura House (1:40:25) Professor Ben Burgis (2:17:00) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin (2:53:00) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn (3:25:15) Kevin Bartini (4:03:20) David Talks To His Listeners (4:17:20)