KPFK Local Station Board virtual Town Hall Saturday 11/21, 1 PM

From: KPFK 90.7 FM Community Radio -Local Station Board Outreach Committee Hey KPFK Listeners – We Want to Hear From YOU –This is an invitation to connect with your Non-Commercial and Listener Supported Radio’s Virtual Town Hall Event, scheduled for 1PM, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. – We Want to Hear From YOU – The Town Hall will be via virtual platform through a FreeConferenceCall & Video. We seek the widest possible participation from our listening signal area and beyond… This “TOWN HALL” is so we can hear what YOU think. We’re always [...]

Gluten-free Almond and Coconut Pancakes with Spiced Plums – By Lisa Linder

Gluten-free Almond and coconut pancakes with spiced plums – By Lisa Linder (Recipe from the UK and mostly uses metric measurements, but we converted the oven temp to Fahrenheit.) These protein-rich pancakes are a great option if you're eating gluten-free. And the accompanying spiced plums and rich plum sauce are bound to elevate your breakfast fare.--Bella Prep time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 20 minutes. Serves Four. INGREDIENTS: For the plums: 12 ripe plums / 1 tbsp runny honey / 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice / 1 tsp [...]

By |2020-10-29T17:52:37-05:00October 29th, 2020|Bella De Soto, Education, Features, Food, Health|0 Comments

“Fortified” and “Enriched” Foods try to Put Back what Processing and Refining Took Out

Fortified and Enriched Foods https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/fortified-and-enriched-foods In some cases, fortified or enriched foods are helpful. They can fill in the gaps and increase a particular vitamin and mineral consumption that would otherwise be less than the recommended value. But it’s also easy to get too much. These foods can contribute to nutrient overdoses. Be aware of how much of each nutrient you are eating. Don’t forget to include foods that don’t come with a nutrition label, like dark leafy greens. Keep an eye on serving sizes to make [...]

By |2020-10-29T17:52:03-05:00October 29th, 2020|Bella De Soto, Capitalism, Food, Health, Health, Poverty|0 Comments

In Memoriam: Mimi Soltysik

Mimi Soltysik, a committed socialist with the Socialist Party USA, passed on June 28, 2020 from fatal liver cancer. Born September 30, 1974 in Reading, PA, he was the son of Mark S. and Beverly M. (Camilli) Soltysik. His loving wife and partner of 13-1/2 years is Lynn M. Lomibao. Mimi was a 1992 graduate of Schuylkill Valley High School. He received his BS in Political Science from Troy University, Troy, Alabama and Master of Public Administration from Cal State Northridge. At the time of his passing, [...]

Organic Strategies to Protect your Vegetable Garden

Organic strategies to protect your Vegetable Garden     Hi there, Bella De Soto here.  I shared content I compiled regarding easy ways to grow your veggie garden from your indoor sunny window… plant in pots first till they are strong enough to go on the ground.  When transplanting to soil, don’t forget to always water, and water some more anywhere until they reach sensible adulthood… Now I need to also let you know ways to protect that delicious veggie garden you have been growing so patiently.  But [...]

Healthy Nutrition for Your Pet

by Bella De Soto <bella@bellads.info> I recently researched this site for pets' health benefits, and was impressed, but you can check it out for yourself. You could also blend the long list of items yourself, but it could take time. However, if you do not want to spend the money thru this site, do it yourself, and just refrigerate to serve fresh.  Your pet(s) will thank you. Various elements of Western medicine combined with nutritional therapy to improve health and longevity for pets (dogs and cats) has [...]

By |2020-05-31T23:44:56-05:00May 31st, 2020|Bella De Soto, Food, Health, Special Guides|0 Comments

LA City Health Services Tips on Staying Safe During COVID-19

Compiled by Bella De Soto Watch for weekly texts & short videos: https://bit.ly/2zuRFQt Questions about face covers? Watch this COVID-19 video from LA Health Services https://bit.ly/2T3miDj Watch for weekly texts & short videos: https://bit.ly/2zuRFQt For other services like meal delivery for the elderly (over 55), contact your local/nearby Senior Center, and register, if you are in need of this and other services. You can reach out by calling the City of LA at the number for most services --  311: The 311 Call Center provides various options [...]

Food News: You Are What You Eat

How to Grow Vegetables From Kitchen Scraps Latest Video on Lifehacker by Joel Kahn  and Therese McPherson Contributed to Change Links by Bella De Soto Between long grocery lines, heated competition for delivery slots and the blessed arrival of springtime weather, you may be tempted to try your hand at growing your own vegetables. You and everyone else: There’s also been a run on seeds. Luckily, many vegetables you take home from the produce section are easy to re-grow at home, no seeds required. With just scraps [...]

Top Sulfur-Rich Foods And Why You Need Them

httpss://fullscript.com/blog/sulfur-rich-foods Sulfur is a mineral that is critical to the human body, but chances are you’ve never sought out to eat sulfur-rich foods. Sulfur is the third most abundant mineral found in our bodies after calcium and phosphorus. We get it in our diets from a number of foods including garlic, onions, eggs, and protein-rich foods. Sulfur-rich foods have many health benefits and a deficiency may negatively impact your health. It’s not surprising then to wonder what foods are high in sulfur and why you should be [...]

By |2020-03-30T19:01:33-05:00March 30th, 2020|Bella De Soto, Health|0 Comments

Los Angeles County’s New Voting Centers

Voting Centers 2020   There will be a new voting system ready for this March 3,  2020 Primary. But there will also be manual voting paper ballots available at each voting center for those without electronic know how. Make sure, if you use the modified touch screen, to hit the "more" button when you see it, for additional candidates for the same office. Some voting centers will open for 11 days February 22-March 3.  Others will be open only the final three days, staring Saturday feb 29.  [...]

By |2020-02-28T21:39:59-05:00February 28th, 2020|Bella De Soto, Calendar, Elections|0 Comments

Bernie Sanders Seeking US Presidency Again in 2020

Bernie Sanders Again Seeking the US Presidency, in 2020 by Bella De Soto But wait, how Socialist is Bernie Sanders, again fully pledged to the Democratic Party! He’s now promoting bringing in all the young folks that have been hard at work like in the DSA-Democratic Socialists of America, inspired by his earlier run in 2016. However, this was a result of the collective frustration and led down when he annexed himself to the Democratic Party! This synopsis is rather short for now, but lets just wait [...]

Greek American Human Rights Activist Aris Anagnos Dies at 95

by Bella De Soto His recent sad passing has been felt by many. Aris Anagnos and his wife Carolyn until her death in 2000, were founders of the well-known “Aris & Carolyn Anagnos Peace Center,” currently located at 3916 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City 90230. They established a non-profit foundation which has made space available at the Center to many other non-profits and community organizations. In 1989, they established the original Peace Center, at 8124 W. Third St. in Los Angeles, which housed several peace and human rights [...]

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