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Latest Episodes

A Mountain Goat, A Sufi Sheikh And A Christian Monk: Origin Stories Of Coffee

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The story of Kaldi the goat herder discovering coffee by accident is a common tale. Religious studies scholar Jamel Velji explores a few more origin stories for one of the world’s favorite sources of caffeine.

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Celebrating Women Entrepreneurs With Top Shotta Jerk Chicken

Taneisha Henline with face mask and scarf around hair, in window of yellow and green food truck

Owner and Chef Taneisha Henline shares the story behind her flavorful chicken and why she wanted to share it with the Bloomington community.

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Essential Workers And Fig Tree Fans

A man and woman outdoors in the fall, with brown leaves and a rake, in front of a wooden fence.

A grocery store butcher shares his story, migrant farm workers get vaccinated and we celebrate the fig tree.

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Black Food Matters--A Conversation With Ashanté Reese

Ashanté Reese with her arm on the back of her chair, smiles at the camera with a bookshelf behind her.

What is possible when we listen to Black people’s food stories beyond an all encompassing narrative of lack?

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Food Comics, Flavor Maps, Poetry, Popcorn And Slaw

Cartoon drawing of Blue Deliquanti and Soleil Ho, with various insects on them.

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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Hoosier Young Farmers, Detroit Growers And Food Justice

Shane Bernardo crouching in a hoop house, with cucumbers on a vine.

The cofounder of the Hoosier Young Farmers Coalition tells us what it means to be a young farmer today and grower Shane Bernardo talks about organizing around food justice in Detroit.

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Latest News

Latino Leaders In Meatpacking Towns Fight To Overcome Myths And Hesitancy About COVID-19 Vaccine

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Latinos are far less likely to have gotten the COVID vaccine. A reluctance to get the shot grounded in language, culture and other factors piles onto the health care inequities that many Latinos already face.

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More Shoppers Are Buying Meat Alternatives, But Some Are Still Concerned About Taste And Texture

Two young people standing in front of a painted graphic of a portable cassette player, with a "Beet Box" logo in a circle.

While the plant-based meat industry is gaining traction, public perception is one of the biggest obstacles to more growth.

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Black Farmers Will Receive Stimulus Aid After Decades of USDA Discrimination

Drusilla James in t-shirt and sunglasses standing near a field with cows in the background on a cloudy day

Black farmers have faced decades of discrimination at the hands of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Now, despite some partisan resistance, Black farmers and other disadvantaged groups are getting billions in debt relief and help.

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Recipes

Susan's Caramel Popcorn In a Paper Bag

Two half-sheet metal baking pans filled with a single layer of caramel popcorn

Start with freshly popped popcorn in a brown paper bag, and you're minutes away from sweet and salty caramel corn.

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Denise's Hot Water Cornbread

Ears of white seed corn stacked loosely in 3 wooden crates on a brick floor.

This cornbread is best made with coarsely ground cornmeal, like the kind Denise Breeden-Ost processes from their own seed corn.

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Savory Hand Pies with Greens, Olives and Feta

Close-up of small pocket pies with golden-orange pastry and a filling of cooked greens flecked with white cheese and dark olives, on a white plate with parsley in the background

These pocket pies are an almost decadent way of getting a healthy dose of greens.

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