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Visit A Community Farm Where Food Is Medicine

A woman standing in front of rows of vegetable crops and sunflowers.

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

A white plate with three different grains, whole and ground, labeled: kamut, spelt, turkey red wheat.

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

A man in overalls dipping and kissing a woman in jeans, in front of an old farm building with silos and rural landscape in the background.

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

A woman wearing a Judea Reform Congregation t-shirt standing behind a table loaded with fresh lettuce (indoors).

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)

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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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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86. Pawpaw Grove

A man sitting in an adirondack chair in a garden, hand on chin, smiling.

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

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Cooking With Kudzu: Experimental Permaculture Collective “Eats The Vine That Ate The South”

Woman holding large Kudzu root

As Kudzu creeps further north, One DIY permaculture collective is exploring new ways to use, rather than simply erase, this stubborn plant.

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Critics Of Relocating USDA Research Agencies Point To Brain Drain

United Sates Department of Agriculture

This June the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced its plan to move two of its research agencies out of Washington, D.C., to the Kansas City area. Most of the people working at the agencies have since quit, leaving gaping holes in critical divisions.

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Recipes

A “Feel Good” Sausage Chard Pasta

sausage pasta

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

Pita bread

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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