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Visit A Community Farm Where Food Is Medicine

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Have you ever heard of a produce prescription? Some healthcare providers are recognizing the power of fresh foods.

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Pita Pockets With Muddy Fork Bakery

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Eric Schedler uses spelt flour to make his pita bread. Hear all about on the show this week.

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Farmsteaders, An Intimate Portrait Of A Young Dairy Farming Family

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It’s a struggle to make ends meet on a small family dairy farm. This couple found a way--through cheese!

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A Jewish Farm, A Yucatan Taco And Grief-Eating Ham Sandwiches

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A farmer, a restaurant owner, a poet and some presidential candidates--this week on Earth Eats.

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What's Old Is New Again--The Authors Of Meal Discuss Food, Culture And Comics (Rebroadcast)

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Insect cuisine is a part of many cultural traditions throughout history and across the globe. So why does everybody talk about it as a future food?

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Have Sheep, Will Farm-- Part I

A black woman holding a coffee cup standing next to a wire fence with a flock of small sheep with large horns and multi colored pelts.

How many times will these young farmers move their flock of sheep in the back of a minivan, before settling on their own land?

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Latest News

The Spirit Of Innovation Still Thrives In The Good Old Kitchen Hack

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What would Robinson Crusoe have done with a watermelon cuber? His spirit of ingenuity lives on in the kitchen, as inventive cooks still think beyond the norm of conventional kitchen tools.

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Vanilla Boom Is Making People Crazy Rich — And Jittery — In Madagascar

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The price of vanilla is ten times higher than a few years ago. That's bringing unimagined wealth to local villages — and problems as well.

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86. Pawpaw Grove

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Essay number eighty-six in Ross Gay's Book of Delights.

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Recipes

A “Feel Good” Sausage Chard Pasta

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This nutritional sausage chard pasta is seasonal and simple enough to make at the end of a long day. (Recipe Credit: Adrianna Adarme of Fresh Tastes)

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Muddy Fork’s Spelt Pita Bread

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Pita bakes up quickly so it works well as an everyday bread. you can even try the stovetop method, in a hot cast-iron skillet.

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Yummy Cherry Chocolate Chunk Muffins

Cherry Muffins

Cherries mean summer and these cherry chocolate chunk muffins are the perfect thing to snack on in the afternoon.

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