Earth Eats

Series produced by WFIU

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Earth Eats is a weekly, one hour radio program about food and farming. We share the freshest news and recipes inspired by local food and sustainable agriculture.

Earth Eats is storytelling, recipes, farm visits, and kitchen sessions. We have conversations with scholars, chefs, growers, and food justice organizers. We hear from authors, artists, scientists, poets, and people who love to eat.

Earth Eats brings you updates from our own reporters and our partners at Harvest Public Media, a reporting collective covering agriculture in the American heartland.

From sustainable growing practices to workers' rights in meatpacking plants, from community orchards to fair trade chocolate factories, Earth Eats explores food access, inequities, connections, and critiques. We revel in textures, aromas and flavors, while challenging harmful food systems. We share baking tips, gardening secrets, serious issues, and comfort food.

Find our recipe videos on the Earth Eats YouTube channel
We also keep tabs on the latest food-related headlines on our blog, Facebook Instagram and Twitter. Find us at www.eartheats.org.

Earth Eats is a production of WFIU at Indiana University in Bloomington.

Earth Eats is available by annual carriage fee. For more information please contact LuAnn Johnson, Syndication Manager at lujohnso@indiana.edu, 812-855-2019.

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Earth Eats is storytelling, recipes, farm visits, and kitchen sessions. We have conversations with scholars, chefs, growers, and food justice organizers. We hear from authors, artists, scientists, poets, and people who love to eat.Earth Eats brings you updates from our own reporters and our partners at Harvest Public Media, a reporting collective covering agriculture in the American heartland.From sustainable growing practices to workers' rights in meatpacking plants, from community orchards to fair trade chocolate factories, Earth Eats explores food access, inequities, connections, and critiques. We revel in textures, aromas and flavors, while challenging harmful food systems. We share baking tips, gardening secrets, serious issues, and comfort food.Find our recipe videos on the... Show full description


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104 Pieces

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While peanut butter is one of my favorite foods, I can’t say that I have given much thought to the peanut as a crop, or paid any attention to its r...

  • Added: Sep 22, 2022
  • Length: 54:01
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An Earth Eats anniversary show featuring the farm to tap journey of a special beer–baking Challah for Rosh Hashanah, and a favorite story from Anni...

  • Added: Sep 15, 2022
  • Length: 54:00
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If you love the taste of homegrown midwest tomatoes, now is your chance to learn how to capture that goodness to enjoy all winter long.

  • Added: Sep 08, 2022
  • Length: 54:00
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Planting trees and building soil don’t always reap instant rewards–and maybe that’s the point.

  • Added: Sep 01, 2022
  • Length: 54:00
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Take a peek inside the fruit fly kitchen on the Indiana University campus.

  • Added: Aug 25, 2022
  • Length: 54:01
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A conversation with Elizebeth Cullen Dunn on the elements of our food system that most of us prefer to keep hidden from view.

  • Added: Aug 18, 2022
  • Length: 54:00
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Farm life still manages to attract young people, but they often come to the land with unrealistic expectations.

  • Added: Aug 10, 2022
  • Length: 54:01
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Hear stories from Black farmers in Ohio, and Ojibwe wild rice traditions in Minnesota.

  • Added: Aug 04, 2022
  • Length: 54:00
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Heather Craig sees the Community Kitchen as a bridge rather than a net.

  • Added: Jul 28, 2022
  • Length: 54:00
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Hear the story of gardener-turned-bread-baker, Candace Minster who sells her bread to a kombucha bar in Twelve Points.

  • Added: Jul 13, 2022
  • Length: 54:03
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Anthropological bio-archeologist Keitlyn Alcantara studies pre colonial burial sites to understand indigenous foodways.

  • Added: Jul 12, 2022
  • Length: 54:00
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Siblings Sam Eibling and George Huntington keep up with the latest trends, while maintaining that old-school personal touch in their independent st...

  • Added: Jul 07, 2022
  • Length: 54:02
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What is the role of community in the life of a farm? How do farmers strike a work/life balance? Explore these questions and more on this special ep...

  • Added: Jun 23, 2022
  • Length: 54:00
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When Brittany Kiel took over the family bakery, she wanted to make changes to reflect her own passions. Honoring tradition is also important to he...

  • Added: Jun 22, 2022
  • Length: 54:00
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The National Young Farmers Coalition centers racial equity and is no longer a white-led organization.

  • Added: Jun 16, 2022
  • Length: 54:01
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A conversation and kitchen session with Melati Citrawireja of Three Salted Fish about learning to make the foods she loves when she couldn't find ...

  • Added: Jun 08, 2022
  • Length: 54:01
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Hear the voices of farmers across the state talking about their farming lives and the challenges they face.

  • Added: Jun 01, 2022
  • Length: 54:01
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A conversation with Elizabeth Dunn about volunteers at the Polish-Ukrainian border who were the first to provide aid to refugees.

  • Added: May 26, 2022
  • Length: 54:01
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To queer something is to ask questions about what gender and sexuality have to do with the topic at hand. Here, we are looking at food and farming.

  • Added: May 19, 2022
  • Length: 54:00
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A special presentation from the Food & Environment Reporting Network of a podcast on farming and climate change.

  • Added: May 12, 2022
  • Length: 54:00