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In this episode of the podcast, Sasha Martin talks to us about her journey of cooking a dish from every country in the world. 


HIGHLIGHTS

  • What Causes us to Ignore Our Spark Moments 
  • How a Recipe Book Turned into a Memoir 
  • The Search for a Sense of Belonging 
  • Finding The Purpose of Your Quest
  • Diffusing The Negative Stories of Our Past
  • How Food Can Serve as a Bridge Between People
  • Seeing People for Who They Are Instead of Who We Want them To Be
  • Experiencing Every Country in the World In Your Kitchen 
  • Why Sharing Our Intentions Sets Things in Motion 


QUOTES

“There’s a real difference between poverty of resources and poverty of spirit. (Click to Tweet

“Our past informs everything we do. But it isn’t who we are” (Click to Tweet)

“I realized that it had been my perspective that was narrow, not the city.” (Click to Tweet)

Sasha Martin is the author ofLife From Scratch: A Memoir of Food, Family and Forgiveness. On her blog, Globaltableadventure, she's documented her journey of cooking a meal from every country in the world. 


Originally aired about 1 year ago.


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