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Latest Episodes

Have Sheep, Will Farm--Part II

Portrait of Kathleen Walters, outside, on IU campus

In part two of our series about a young couple getting started in farming, we explore the ins and outs of securing a loan from the local Farm Service Agency.

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Askinosie--A Bean-To-Bar Chocolate Factory In The Heartland

Shawn Askinosie standing in front of a storefront with a large white dog.

Just in time for Halloween, Earth Eats tours a craft chocolate factory and advises you on what to do with that leftover garlic--once it has done its job of warding off the vampires and evil spirits, that is.

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Shane Bernardo On Food Justice And The Power Of Food To Connect Us To The Past

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

Food Justice is a term that Shane Bernardo uses to talk about his work, but it goes much deeper than that for him.

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Southern Road Food And Midwest Persimmons

A snow cone stand shaped like a snow cone, with colorful umbrellas in front.

Explore the foods of Southern road trips with author and illustrator Emily Wallace.

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Gluten--It’s Complicated

A grid of black and white images of the steps to braiding a challah loaf

Gluten is crucial for making a bread such as Challah. Eric Schedler shows us how, and we discuss some of the complexities surrounding gluten.

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A Farming Collective In Puerto Rico And A Japanese Dish On An Office Hotplate

Stephanie Monserrate Torres and Marissa Reyes Diaz smiling and looking at the camera

Though Puerto Rico’s tropical climate makes it suitable for year-round farming, the island currently imports 80% of its food, mostly from the United States. Is that starting to change?

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Latest News

Not So Sweet: Nestlé Issues Recall Over Possible Rubber In Cookie Dough

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Nestlé USA listed 26 products that may contain "food-grade rubber pieces." They include "ready-to-bake refrigerated Nestlé Toll House Cookie Dough bars, tubs and tube-shaped 'chubs.' "

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Going For A Beer Run? Here's How A Brew Fares As A Post-Exercise Recovery Drink

beer being used as a recovery drink after a run

More lower-alcohol, lower-calorie beers are being marketed as part of an active lifestyle, and are even being offered after long runs or sporting events. But scientists say to be wary.

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Researchers Build Comprehensive Map Of U.S. Food Supply Chain

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The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign research team says food security research usually focuses on ways to increase food production. But their research maps food supply chains — called “food flows”— and the infrastructure they depend on.

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Recipes

Pique

Two bottles of liquid with peppers and spices on a counter, with vinegar bottle and pepper corns bottle.

Preserve your garden peppers and make some dynamic hot sauce while you're at it.

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Arlyn's Garlic Chicken Soup With Broccoli And Potatoes

garlic chicken soup

The chef at Function Brewing shares a comforting soup for garlic lovers only.

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Arlyn's Vegan Garlic Mushroom Soup

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Chef Arlyn Llewellyn doesn't just subsitute ingredients to make a recipe vegan. She carefully builds flavor and richness to create this standout vegan garlic soup.

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