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Jason Wrobel

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Jason Wrobel - Building Your Brand in the Plant-Based Community

Rouxbe Culinary Discussions

Internationally-renowned vegan chef, Cooking Channel TV host and Hay House author Jason Wrobel shared his experience with publishing his bestselling cookbook Eaternity in this 60-minute live event hosted by Rouxbe's VP of Plant-Based Wellness Chad Sarno. They dove deep into the entire publishing process, from writing a killer book proposal, finding a book agent and growing your social media platforms to the actual processes of writing, research, recipe development, food photography and marketing. Plus, Jason got into the differences between self-publishing and traditional publishing while empowering you with expert tools and wisdom to help you actualize your dream of being a published cookbook author! Jason Wrobel dishes up a sublime fusion of food and humor to help you live to 100. He focuses on whole foods and big flavors as the author of Eaternity: More Than 150 Deliciously Easy Vegan Recipes for a Long, Healthy, Satisfied, Joyful Life. Jason turns up the heat on powerful everyday superfood ingredients proven to increase your longevity and serves them up as culinary masterpieces. With an emphasis on radical simplicity and artful presentation, he imbues his ecstatic food creations with the energy of fresh and organic produce. The healing properties and outrageous tastes of his dishes have rendered his recipes hands-down favorites among celebrity clients, and regular folk alike. J-Wro fans Woody Harrelson, Jeremy Piven, Robin Wright, Sigourney Weaver, John C. Reilly, Flea, Steve Buscemi, Isabelle Adjani and Russell Simmons, consistently rave about his delicious and innovative culinary creations. After graduating from the Living Light Culinary Institute and earning certification as Certified Raw Food Chef and Instructor, Jason went onto to apprentice with the industry’s finest and most revered talents in New York City, Detroit and Los Angeles. As Executive Raw Food Chef at the award-winning Café La Vie in Santa Cruz, California, Jason highlighted the amazing local produce from Northern California’s central coast, taking innovative simplicity to soaring new heights. His other career highlights include winning the inaugural World’s Best Raw Ice Cream Competition in Los Angeles and being the first vegan chef ever to present live at the prestigious Pebble Beach Food & Wine festival. Jason hosts the popular YouTube channel The J-Wro Show showcasing healthy recipes, lifestyle transformation tips and epicurean entertainment. His Cooking Channel television series, How to Live to 100, is the first primetime vegan cooking series in TV history, which has taught people worldwide how to prepare easy and nutritious plant-based foods. JasonWrobel.com Chad Sarno is co-founder of Wicked Healthy and VP of Culinary at Good Catch Foods. Chad also is the plant-based ambassador for Rouxbe, the world's largest online cooking school, where he has launched multiple courses including the Professional Plant-Based Certification course. He spent several years at Whole Foods Market as Senior Culinary Educator, and media spokesperson for the Global Healthy Eating program. Prior to this, Chad launched a line of boutique restaurants throughout Europe, in Istanbul, Munich and London. Through the intersection of culinary innovation and healthy eating Chad continues to share his passion as a speaker, activist and RnD chef at events and with projects globally. @wickedhealthy on Instagram You can watch the original video version of this episode on Rouxbe.

1hr

5 Jul 2021

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Is Veganism Good for Your Brain? with Jason Wrobel

Crying Behind Sunglasses

Today’s episode is a fun one. Can being vegan help your mental health? Keila brings on Jason Wrobel - vegan chef (The Cooking Channel), podcast host of "This Might Get Uncomfortable" and self help guru to figure it out. We also chat about: becoming a misanthrope during Covid, how surviving a motorcycle accident forced Jason to change his outlook on life, and ways to deal with the negative voices in your head.This show is supported by :BetterHelp | Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/cryingbehindpodFollow Jason:Instagram: @jasonwrobelWebsite: jasonwrobel.comJason's latest project & podcast: WellevatrConnect with Katy:Podcast Instagram: @cryingbehindpodKeila’s Instagram: @keiladolleEpisode Guide: cryingbehindpod.comFacebook Group: Crying Behind Sunglasses

1hr 4mins

1 Jul 2021

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Jason Wrobel: Figuring Out A Healthy Plant-Based Diet That Feels Right

Grateful Goddesses

Choosing to have a healthy lifestyle should not be an all-or-nothing approach. There’s no one formula for health that works for everybody, and it’s important to respect your individuality to really achieve optimal health. Today, Karen Pulver and the Goddesses are joined by Jason Wrobel, plant-based chef and author of Hay House cookbook and lifestyle guide, Eaternity, as they talk about how anyone can transition into a more plant-based diet by developing intuition with food. It’s all about taking the time to listen to your body and figuring out your makeup. Whether you are vegan, plant-based, pescatarian, omnivore, low carb, no-carb, no sugar, or whatever diet or lifestyle you’re pursuing, there’s something you can take from today’s episode to help you on the road to overall wellness.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! http://gratefulgoddesses.com/

1hr 9mins

1 Jul 2021

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Jason Wrobel Part 2 - Are you burnt out?

The Woo Cast

The first 5 minutes we gush over our cats! Sorry, not sorry. In this episode, we talk about Juliet and Jason’s experience with burnout in the health and coaching industry. If the things you used to rely on for pleasure and joy no longer bring those feelings, where do you go from there? If you feel a major lack of motivation or purpose, how do you get it back? We demystify the shame around burnout and how we can let go of being so serious about success, money, wealth, and our legacy. How do we reignite a child-like sense of wonder, when that concept seems so foreign for many of us? We are so grateful to have Jason back on the show, as we feel so connected to him and Juliet got to hang in LA with him and it was like old friends picking up where they left off. The conversation in this episode just flows and we get super deep into the psyche around burnout, reigniting your passions, and what that process looks like.  Jason’s Info: Websites: https://www.wellevatr.com/ JasonWrobel.com Instagram: @jasonwrobel Follow Us:  @mackieroot @juliet_root Our private Facebook Group: Transforming Your Self --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thewoocast/message

1hr 31mins

31 May 2021

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23. Jason Wrobel - This Might Get Uncomfortable

The Woo Cast

Cooking Channel/Food Network Canada TV Host Globe & Mail Bestselling Author of Eaternity Podcast Co-Host of This Might Get Uncomfortable Mental Health & Emotional Wellness Mentor Follow Jason: Twitter: @JasonWrobel IG: @JasonWrobel Youtube: JasonWrobelTV Facebook: JasonWrobelOfficial Follow Us: @mackieroot and @juliet_root --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thewoocast/message

1hr 12mins

1 Mar 2021

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#11 Energetically Androgenous with Jason Wrobel

We Are Love

How to navigate life as a sensitive, emotionally evolved man. The relationship between mental health and social media. Vegan/Raw Food Lifestyle. Finding balance in taking care of Self and serving the World. What does Life want? Toxicity in the Social Media/Capitalism Paradigm. The immense power of Intention and how it colors our experience. Biohacking with Intention. Healthy/Toxic Masculinity. Self-Sabotage and the Success Trap. Living a life of Authenticity and Detaching from Transactional Relationships. The illusion of Scarcity, Lack-Consciousness, and Hoarding Jason Wrobel is the bestselling author of the Hay House cookbook and lifestyle guide, Eaternity. As the first ever plant-based chef with a primetime television series, his groundbreaking show “How to Live to 100” on Cooking Channel and Food Network Canada taught millions of people how to prepare delicious, organic, healthy meals at home. Described as the love child of Jim Carrey and Alton Brown, he infuses his live events, videos and teachings with a relentless drive to grow and a lighthearted, joyful approach to health and wellness. jasonwrobel.com. wellevatr.com.

1hr 47mins

28 Feb 2021

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This might get uncomfortable podcast-Raise Awareness About Illness And Stop Being At War With Your Body with Keisha Greaves-BY Jason Wrobel and with Whitne Lauritsen

GIRLS CHRONICALLY ROCK PODCAST

In this episode, Keisha Greaves, joins Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen as they talk about being at war with your own body when battling a chronic illness as well as striving to raise awareness about the experiences of others also affected. Keisha dives into what she went through as her illness progressed and manifested and how she got through the emotional process of it all. Get to know how she surrendered to the reality of what was happening. Keisha talks briefly about the COVID situation in Boston and how it’s affected her and the disabled community. They also talk about having greater compassion and empathy by opening the hearts of others to the experience of having an illness through sharing and raising awareness. https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?url=http%3A%2F%2Fpodcast.wellevatr.com%2Fraise-awareness-about-illness-and-stop-being-at-war-with-your-body-with-keisha-greaves&text=There%27s%20nothing%20like%20talking%20to%20somebody%20who%20understands%20and%20gets%...--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/keisha-greaves/message

1hr 6mins

2 Nov 2020

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7 - Eaternity with Jason Wrobel

Keep On Cookin'

Jason Wrobel dishes up a sublime fusion of food and humor to help you live to 100. He focuses on whole foods and big flavors as the author of the book Eaternity: More Than 150 Deliciously Easy Vegan Recipes for a Long, Healthy, Satisfied, Joyful Life. Jason turns up the heat on powerful everyday superfood ingredients proven to increase your longevity and serves them up as culinary masterpieces. After graduating from the Living Light Culinary Institute and earning certification as Certified Raw Food Chef and Instructor, Jason went on to apprentice with the industry's finest and most revered talents in New York City, Detroit and Los Angeles. As Executive Raw Food Chef at the award-winning Café La Vie in Santa Cruz, California, Jason highlighted the amazing local produce from Northern California's central coast, taking innovative simplicity to soaring new heights. His other career highlights include winning the inaugural World's Best Raw Ice Cream Competition in Los Angeles and being the first vegan chef ever to present live at the prestigious Pebble Beach Food & Wine Festival.Jason hosts the popular YouTube channel The J-Wro Show showcasing healthy recipes, lifestyle transformation tips and epicurean entertainment. His television series, How to Live to 100, was the first primetime vegan cooking series in TV history, which has taught people worldwide how to prepare easy and nutritious plant-based foods. You can catch him weekly as the co-host of the podcast, This Might Get Uncomfortable.  Jason Wrobel: jasonwrobel.com IG: @jasonwrobelDustin Harder: veganroadie.com IG: @theveganroadie 

1hr 23mins

20 Oct 2020

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Man Crush Monday with Jason Wrobel

Let's Veg About It Podcast

Are you ready for the third inductee in our new summertime series “Man Crush Monday”? Well, I’ve had a virtual love affair with this culinary genius for some time now and we will get into his vegan journey, culinary creation process, the importance of having superfoods in your wellness labs, why you need to get your bloodwork done plus how to level up in your wellness routine right now! Jason Wrobel (J-Wro) is the bestselling author of the Hay House cookbook and lifestyle guide, Eaternity.As the first plant-based chef with a primetime television series, his groundbreaking show “How to Live to 100” taught millions of people how to prepare delicious, organic, healthy meals at home. He’s a dedicated practitioner of yoga, pilates, and meditation for over a decade, he infuses his events, videos, and teachings with the importance of mindfulness, spirituality and fitness as the cornerstones of a balanced existence. With more than 20 years of experience in holistic, plant-based nutrition and gourmet cooking techniques, his offerings are fueled by his passionate, lighthearted, and fun vibes.This episode was one for the books and I’m so overjoyed to share this convo with this bright-hearted #MCM that I know you will adore him just as much as I do. Get ready, CLASS IS IN SESSION!!!! Connect with JasonDisclaimer: This Podcast is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any illness or disease. The information provided in this program is for general wellness education purposes, it has not been reviewed nor approved by the FDA and is not intended to take the place of advice from your medical professional. You are solely responsible for your health care and activity choices. Listening to this show does not constitute a 1-on-1 coaching relationship. Support the show (https://cash.app/$annettemaiwhite)

1hr 13mins

1 Sep 2020

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How to Listen to Your Body with Chef Jason Wrobel

The Call to Action Podcast with Giselle Ugarte

Have you listened to your body lately? We're so concerned about what's happening outside of our bodies, especially with rising concerns about COVID-19 and social distancing, yet so many of us aren't even giving a second thought about what we're putting INSIDE our bodies -- especially when food can very much be something we do have control over in this new world of uncertainty. On this episode of the Call to Action podcast, I share my own experience with the autoimmune disease that forever shifted my mindset around food from one of beauty and "thinness" to one of energy and healing. I sit down with my friend Chef Jason Wrobel, who went from the Grill Master at Wendy's to a plant-based vegan wellness mogul, and offers tangible ways for how you can begin strengthening your health, both physically and even emotionally and spiritually, by making more mindful decisions.  Chef Jason Wrobel is a coach, speaker, podcaster, and the author of cookbook and lifestyle guide, Eaternity. As the first plant-based chef with a primetime television series, his groundbreaking show “How to Live to 100” taught millions of people how to prepare delicious, organic, healthy meals at home. A dedicated practitioner of yoga, pilates, weight training and meditation for over a decade, he infuses his events, videos and teachings with a relentless drive to grow and the loving spirit that gets you there. What is the Call to Action? Empowering you with action-forward thinking and tangible tools to accelerate growth in every aspect of your life, Call to Action is a podcast hosted by marketing director, top motivational speaker and certified high performance coach Giselle Ugarte. Join the conversation on social media with #CTAPodcast. Presented by Media Bridge Advertising.

57mins

3 Apr 2020

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