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Latest Episodes

Bread, beer and persimmons

A tractor with a wooden structure on the back moving through a row with tall vines on either side and people are on the structure, reaching for the tops of the vines.

An Earth Eats anniversary show featuring the farm-to-tap journey of a special beer, baking challah for Rosh Hashanah, and a favorite story from Annie Corrigan about a community gathering around a generous tree.

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Preserve the flavor of summer in a jar

A large red tomato in a hand with green background

If you love the taste of homegrown midwest tomatoes, now is your chance to learn how to capture that goodness to enjoy all winter long.

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Caring for your land when it’s not really your land [replay]

Helen Vasquez standing next to a big-leafed plant in a greenhouse

Planting trees and building soil doesn’t always reap instant rewards–and maybe that’s the point.

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Meet the guy who cooks for 31 million–luckily his guests don’t eat much [replay]

Kevin Gabbard at a stainless steel sink next to a big kettle, plastic buckets in various colors sit nearby on a cart

Take a peek inside the fruit fly kitchen on the Indiana University campus.

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Making the invisible visible: our food system’s dependence on the labor of forced migrants

young girl holding red bean bags, about to toss one. browning grass, an apartment complex and other people in the background

A conversation with Elizebeth Cullen Dunn on the elements of our food system that most of us prefer to keep hidden from view.

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The agrarian dream may be calling–but is it practical?

Beth Hoffman and John Hogeland standing close together in a field with a sunset sky, pasture and small trees behind them.

Farm life still manages to attract young people, but they often come to the land with unrealistic expectations.

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Latest News

Your beer needs carbon dioxide, but the price skyrocketed over the summer

A close up of a beer

The gas brings the bubbles to your beer. But brewers now face a carbon dioxide shortage — and the risk of production cuts and price hikes.

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A grassbank in Missouri welcomes cattle, showing how grazing and 'hoof traffic' help conserve prairie

Rancher John Dueken and Kent Wamsley grazing cattle

Dunn Ranch Prairie has the first grassbank in the Midwest, a partnership where The Nature Conservancy allows local ranchers to graze their cattle on its grasslands while the ranchers’ pasture is allowed to rest.

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White House's upcoming hunger conference could have huge policy implications for food security

A woman shopping in a grocery store

The White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health is set for Sept. 28. But specifics of the conference, including a detailed schedule and guest list, are fuzzy.

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Recipes

Yes, you can make a quick and simple vegan meal. This chef shows you how

Pineapple Kimchi

Danny Bowien shares simple, tasty recipes from his new cookbook, "Mission Vegan: Wildly Delicious Food for Everyone."

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When Melissa Clark cooks, it's 'Dinner in One'

Melissa Clark and Ayesha Rascoe in aprons with a dish of food on a patio outside

NPR's Ayesha Rascoe visits the food writer's home to talk and cook. Clark has a new book of recipes promising minimal fuss (and dirty dishes).

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Canning Tomatoes

quart ball jars filled with tomatoes

Follow these steps for safe, hot-water bath canning.

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