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Welcome to the First Podcast Dedicated to Adult Picky Eating!

January 23, 2012

I am pleased to welcome you to the future site of  Pea in a Podcast. “PEA” stands for Picky Eating Adult and will feature podcasts that deal with the topics and issues that those living with extreme picky eating constantly inquire about. We hope to cover the basics of what adult picky eating is, how to deal with pregnancy, relationships, the workplace, and more.  Please check back with us soon to hear the first podcast!


5 Comments leave one →
  1. February 7, 2012 2:24 pm

    Hi Amber, just came across the site. I hope everything pans out and would love to participate!

  2. February 8, 2012 3:52 am

    Thanks!! I haven’t made the official announcement yet, this is still a work in progress, although I hope to have the first podcast up within the next couple of weeks. Been under the weather the past three days, which has really set me back. Keep checking back for updates, I promise they’re on their way!

  3. Ramona McDaris permalink
    March 2, 2014 5:03 am

    Amber, are you still in law school? And can we look forward still to another podcast? You other one was very informative and you have a super, soothing voice! I hope you find time to record another one one day.

    • March 3, 2014 5:18 am

      Ramona: Yes, I’m still in law school, I’m halfway through my second year. I promise I will be making another podcast soon!! I miss doing it. Right now, I am in midterm mode from school but once midterms are over with, I will write and record a new posting. Thanks for listening!

      • Ramona McDaris permalink
        March 3, 2014 1:58 pm

        Good for you, Amber! I watched my daughter plow through law school (I cleaned her apartment weekly one year, to ease the burden–her Christmas gift from me)! She is the Mom of my precious only grandchild, a little boy with the “selective foods” disorder, Wheat-Thins and fish-sticks being his basic foods:-( We are contacting Duke University to ask when he might enter their one-week rehab. program; I believe they prefer beginning at age 8, and he is not yet 4, but happy and appears healthy, thank goodness. Still, we so hope he can somehow learn to accept more foods, due to the dratted social aspect of it. Take care and I wish you the best of luck as you continue in law school, and will look forward to your next podcast when you find the time.

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