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Latest Episodes

Terre Haute is hot–-with two new food startups featuring fermentation

Anthony Gosset and Megan Gosset standing in front of a door to an old bank vault. There are plants and other decor around them including a red metal fireplace.

Hear the story of gardener-turned-bread-baker, Candace Minster, plus a new kombucha bar in Twelve Points.

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Carey Gillam tells the story of an ordinary citizen taking on Monsanto

Carey Gillam sitting with a notebook in her lap looking toward Lee Johnson on a bright orange couch. A tape recorder is visible on a coffee table.

A conversation with award winning journalist Carey Gilliam who covered the case of Lee Johnson vs. Monsanto.

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Earth Eats presents Part II of the Hoosier Young Farmer Podcast

Nate Brownlee sitting in green field facing a flock of white sheep who are facing him and moving towards him

What is the role of community in the life of a farm? How do farmers strike a work/life balance? Explore these questions and more on this special episode.

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Hear the story of a public health professor with a passion for popcorn

Fred Bennett and Virginia Githiri stand behind a stainless steel table in a commercial kitchen with a popcorn machine to the left. Both are wearing shirts with Popkorn logos and both are looking at the camera.

A love for cooking isn’t the only reason to start a food business.

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Now is the time for chestnuts

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What would it look like for midwestern farmers to convert row crops into tree crops?

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A decorative bento box sparks Japanese food sharing in an art museum’s virtual event

Mori Wilhite looking down at a saucepan on a portable burner on a metal table with other ingredients. A decorative screen in the background

When art museum programming goes virtual, finding ways to engage the public with the collection can be a challenge.

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Latest News

GMO is out, 'bioengineered' is in, as new U.S. food labeling rules take effect

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Foods that have been created using a scientific boost will no longer be referred to as GMO. New labels will say 'bioengineered.'

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A pub that let people buy beers for Betty White will now donate the money to charity

Tally of over 110 beers bought for Betty White

The Golden Girl had a golden ale named for her at the pub in Mineral Point, Wis. Now the brewery is using its "buy a beer for a friend" system to support animal charities in White's honor.

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Food recalls have dropped off during the pandemic, but no one is entirely sure why

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When the pandemic hit last year, restaurants closed and grocery stores struggled to keep their shelves stocked. A shift also occurred in the national food safety system.

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Recipes

Ginger ducks with juniper berry glaze

brown cookies shaped as ducks with white glaze arranged on a white plate with a sprig of pine

Update your ginger cookies with the distinctive flavor of juniper.

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Mozzarella Tomato Orzo Salad

Mozzarella Tomato Orzo Salad

This mozzarella tomato orzo salad is ideal for picnics

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Cheesy Butternut Kale Pasta Bake

curly pasta in a white bowl with cheese and greens and sage leaf garnish

This high brow mac and cheese would be welcome on a Thanksgiving table or as a weeknight meal (assemble on Sunday and pop it in the oven Monday night for dinner).

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