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Vegetarian Chile Verde And A New Box Of Bees

Bake the assembled enchiladas individually or in pairs, to get a slight crunch on the outside (Eoban Binder/WFIU)

Obviously, traditional enchiladas are made with corn tortillas. There’s a lot of things that are not traditional about this recipe.

This week Chef Arlyn Lewellyn of Function Brewing shares an innovative, vegetarian spin on Chile Verde.

Harvest Public Media has a story on the role of forests in filtering contaminants from water.

We tag along with a beekeeper installing a new package of honeybees,
and we hear about farmers making their land more welcoming to migrating birds.

The Earth Eats’ theme music is composed by Erin Tobey and performed by Erin and Matt Tobey.

Stories On This Episode

Chef Arlyn’s Jackfruit and White Bean Chile Verde Enchiladas

Serve Chef Arlyn Llewellyn's Chile Verde in a bowl with rice and cheese, or as a filling for crispy-shelled enchiladas.

Climate Change Is Hurting Forests’ Ability To Filter Agricultural Nitrate Pollution

A new study shows forests are really good at filtering contaminants out of water, but they’re not catching everything.

Installing A New Package Of Bees

For many beekeepers, spring is the time for installing new packages of bees.

One Way To Make Flyover Country More Welcoming To Migrating Birds

What if there was a way to make space for native birds and give farmers a little extra cash in return?

Kayte Young

Kayte Young discovered her passion for growing, cooking, foraging and preserving fresh food when she moved to Bloomington in 2007. With a background in construction, architecture, nutrition education and writing, she brings curiosity and a love of storytelling to a show about all things edible. Kayte raises bees, a small family and a yard full of food in Bloomington’s McDoel Gardens neighborhood.

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