UW System Budget, Living In A Cosmic Void, Slow Carb Indian Cooking

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A new UW System budget plan would shift resources away from UW-Madison and to other campuses. We learn about the details of the proposal. Fresh research suggests that the Milky Way may be the lone galaxy in its corner of the universe. An astronomy expert shares just how remote we are and how it changes the way we investigate the cosmos. We also learn about a new twist on Indian cuisine, preserving vibrant flavors but replacing rice and bread with “slow carbs.”

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  • The Secrets Of Slow Carb Indian Cooking

    Indian food is some of the most flavorful in the world, but it can include a lot of empty carbohydrates. Our guest reimagined the food of her homeland with healthier, “slow carb” ingredients that preserved the flavors she grew up with. She shares her kitchen secrets and a few delicious recipes!

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Karen Herzog Guest
  • David Eicher Guest
  • Deepa Thomas Guest

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