34:02 | Oct 27th, 2016
Tuck your napkin under your chin. We’re about to serve up a tale of love, loss, and lamb chops. For as long as she can remember, Amy Pearl has loved meat in all its glorious cuts and marbled flavors...Show More
phocks recommended:May 24th
I actually really enjoyed this episode. I had heard about this kind of thing happening and it was interesting to hear the story of someone who had experienced it first hand. It was a little strange listening to it as I am vegan now but I just listened to it in the mindset of when I used to eat meat....Show More
isla recommended:Jun 1st
As someone who actually has this, I was fascinated to hear this backstory! My sister and I got the allergy around the same time (maybe even on the same day) during a visit to Missouri as children. Like Amy, no one believed us for *years* until the story made the news. It was so cool to hear the back...Show More
@isla Going on my To Listen list. My best friend is allergic to meat protein. She was from Communist Eastern Europe. She said they didn’t have a lot of choice other than pork hock, sausages or potatoes, so she kind of lived on potatoes for years.
epekilis recommended:Jun 6th
I will have to ask my friend who has a meat allergy if she was ever bitten by a tick. I know it did start very suddenly for her when she was about 14, but I have no idea if Serbia is a tick zone. I also find it disheartening the way people who report the condition to their doctor are told, “Nonsen...Show More
mm recommended:Jun 9th
Nature is so fascinating and honestly the worst. I'm glad Amy and the doctor both have such a great and hilarious outlook on life without meat.