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Treatment for eating disorders is often inaccessible and ineffective, especially in communities of color. The founder of Nalgona Positivity Pride has a program that aims to meet people where they are. Read More »
Local ice cream shop puts the focus on community with Food Truck Fridays.
A visit to a cooking session at the IU Food Institute where an IU language professor shares traditional Indian foods.
Frances Moore Lappé continues the work she began more than 50 years ago with Diet for a Small Planet. Now she’s challenging us to save our Democracy.
Everybody eats, including animals at the zoo. Producer Toby Foster talks with the curator of nutrition at the Cincinnati Zoo.
A conversation about the The Smell of Money–a documentary film about environmental justice in rural communities
A conversation with dietician Jessica Wilson about what we get wrong when we focus on weight.
Every five years, Congress has to renew the farm bill — a gigantic piece of legislation that supports and protects food production, natural resources and provides food benefits to low-income families.
Legacy Taste of the Garden and the People’s Cooperative Market hosted their second annual Bloomington Black Loam Conference. Many farmers came together to share information, resources, and their stories.
In extremely rare cases, bird flu can infect and kill cats and dogs when the pets eat birds with the disease.
Just in time for the Persian New Year, Homa Dashtaki has published the Yogurt and Whey cookbook -- nearly 100 recipes, old and new, including some surprising ones, like whey cocktails and popsicles.
They aren't sure where this version of the French Canadian meat pie came from, but one thing is clear: It isn't Christmas without tourtière.
A sweet and savory pancake for Passover can also be eaten year-round. And Alan Mishell learned the recipe from his grandmother, whose family escaped Poland ahead of the Nazi German invasion.