In today’s vodcast, we talk about what the best time to eat dinner is: early or late.

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Dinner Early or Late?

Today, we chat about the article, “What’s the Best Time to Eat Dinner? Here’s the Math,” published in the Wall Street Journal. According to the article, whether working as hunter-gatherers or farmers, our ancestors wanted to get back home by sunset, and dinnertime was usually around dusk.

We discuss the fiber, protein, and fat they ate for dinner and why the article’s author concluded that the best time to eat dinner is early.

New Way of Filming

We usually film our Traditional Foods Kitchen Academy vodcasts indoors at my kitchen table. However, in today’s vodcast, I take you outdoors into my kitchen garden to chat. I wanted to take advantage of the enjoyable spring weather in Central Texas before the triple-digit heat of the summer sets in.

I’m also trying something new with these next few member videos. I filmed this video using my iPhone camera, which was held by a small gimbal on a tripod that moved with me as my head moved. Let me know what you think of this new format or if you like the traditional way of filming with my camera and tripod.

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