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Archive for July 2018

July 6, 2018

 

Celebrate The Chanterelle

Savor the season with some classic Earth Eats from Annie Corrigan, featuring our frilly orange friend--the chanterelle mushroom.

July 13, 2018

 

Collecting Yeast, Making Cider

Biochemist Matt Bochman talks about collecting yeast, Friendly Beasts Cider Company turns yeast (and apples) into tasty drinks.

July 2, 2018

 

Oaxaca’s Restaurateurs Say Teacher Protests Imperil Business

The protests take place every summer in Oaxaca City. They come as tourist season kicks off and interest grows in the Mexican state's heralded cuisine. Restaurateurs say the chaos keeps customers away.

July 3, 2018

 

Young Salvadoran Chefs Breathing New Life Into Traditional Cuisine

A violent past wiped out some of the country's culinary roots and contributed to a reliance on processed foods. But that is changing, as a movement grows to innovate with indigenous ingredients.

July 5, 2018

 

Farmers Turn Excess Milk Into Cheese And Yogurt For The Hungry

Dairies are dumping millions of gallons of surplus milk every year. In Philadelphia, food banks are working with farmers to use that milk to make food that goes to pantries and shelters.

July 10, 2018

 

Rhode Island Bets Cheap Land Will Help Local Agriculture Thrive

The state is about to offer bargain basement prices on something that's become increasingly unaffordable: real estate. But the land must be used for farming only.

July 11, 2018

 

U.S. Distillers Fear Tariffs Mean Losing Out On Global Whiskey Boom

Whiskey distillers in the U.S. are concerned EU tariffs will take a big bite out of sales. Many have expanded to meet growing demand and worry what will happen if trade frictions aren't resolved soon.

July 12, 2018

 

Native Bees And Alfalfa Farmers — A Seedy Love Story

Northwest farmers produce a quarter of the country's alfalfa seeds, but they get help from millions of alkali bees, thanks to one of the most unique agricultural partnerships in the country.

July 16, 2018

 

Why People With Disabilities Want Straw Bans To Be More Flexible

As cities and companies — including Starbucks — move to oust straws in a bid to reduce pollution, people with disabilities say they're losing access to a necessary, lifesaving tool.

July 2, 2018

 

Oaxaca’s Restaurateurs Say Teacher Protests Imperil Business

The protests take place every summer in Oaxaca City. They come as tourist season kicks off and interest grows in the Mexican state's heralded cuisine. Restaurateurs say the chaos keeps customers away.

July 3, 2018

 

Young Salvadoran Chefs Breathing New Life Into Traditional Cuisine

A violent past wiped out some of the country's culinary roots and contributed to a reliance on processed foods. But that is changing, as a movement grows to innovate with indigenous ingredients.

July 5, 2018

 

Farmers Turn Excess Milk Into Cheese And Yogurt For The Hungry

Dairies are dumping millions of gallons of surplus milk every year. In Philadelphia, food banks are working with farmers to use that milk to make food that goes to pantries and shelters.

July 10, 2018

 

Rhode Island Bets Cheap Land Will Help Local Agriculture Thrive

The state is about to offer bargain basement prices on something that's become increasingly unaffordable: real estate. But the land must be used for farming only.

July 11, 2018

 

U.S. Distillers Fear Tariffs Mean Losing Out On Global Whiskey Boom

Whiskey distillers in the U.S. are concerned EU tariffs will take a big bite out of sales. Many have expanded to meet growing demand and worry what will happen if trade frictions aren't resolved soon.

July 12, 2018

 

Native Bees And Alfalfa Farmers — A Seedy Love Story

Northwest farmers produce a quarter of the country's alfalfa seeds, but they get help from millions of alkali bees, thanks to one of the most unique agricultural partnerships in the country.

July 16, 2018

 

Why People With Disabilities Want Straw Bans To Be More Flexible

As cities and companies — including Starbucks — move to oust straws in a bid to reduce pollution, people with disabilities say they're losing access to a necessary, lifesaving tool.

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