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Hosted by Daniel Vitalis, The WildFed Podcast is about deepening your connection with the natural world through hunting, fishing, foraging, and, of course, food. It’s about the wild food that’s freely available on your landscape, at the edges of your town or city, and sometimes just outside your door. The podcast consists of interviews with biologists, authors, wildlife managers, foragers, hunters, anglers, chefs, friends, and plenty of educational and inspirational solo shows too. WildFed — ...
 
Hi there...welcome to Mushroom Hour. Listen in as we venture into kingdom fungi with unique and beautiful humans who all share a passion for mushrooms. We'll go forage for wild mushrooms, explore their potency as nature's medicines, become citizen mycologists, transform human consciousness and learn how mushrooms inspired art, spirituality and culture throughout our history. There are so many ways that mushrooms can benefit (wo)mankind - we just need to tap into the mycelium network and let ...
 
Traditional bowhunting, fly fishing, foraging, and wingshooting wild ingredients in the Canadian backcountry. Wild food ingredients, and how we collect them! Premium, ad-free, expedition-style podcasts are recorded live in the field and are available on the website, foodafieldpodcast.com. These premium episodes are recorded in wide-stereo format. Headphones recommended!
 
We are more disconnected from our food and drink than ever before! Generational cooking skills and food traditions are slowly withering away, and many of us have no idea where our food is actually coming from. That is why we need to start a conversation around real, honest food again. The mission of this show is to help you build appreciation and knowledge around honest food and drink, as well as the processes that bring it to our tables. Join us as we explore various food-related topics on ...
 
The EatWild podcast provides mentorship to folks who want to learn how to hunt, fish, and gather wild food. We want to reduce barriers and create a welcoming, inclusive and supportive community for people to re-connect with nature and wild food. Join us as we share stories, adventures, guidance and knowledge about a way of life that’s rooted in eating wild. EatWild podcast is hosted by Dylan Eyers.
 
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Fast food creations are coming out too fast to keep track of but luckily Michael Jones and Jordan Cwierz are here to eat and judge every new menu item under the sun. One has high standards. The other has no taste. This is Face Jam.
 
Go from Animal to Edible with the Meatgistics Podcast presented by Walton’s Inc. In each episode, Jon and Austin talk about their favorite recipes and share some expert tips and tricks for making sausage, jerky, and snack sticks. Listen in as they have in-depth conversations with meat industry professionals and outdoor/hunting enthusiasts. Stay up to date on the latest news and current trends in the meat industry as we explore everything related to meat and more.
 
For people passionate about farming, gardening, food politics, food security, and the intersections among these topics. Jordan Marr, a certified organic farmer in British Columbia, interviews farmers, gardeners, academics, and journalists about stuff farmers and food system nerds care about. If where and how your food is produced matters to you, this podcast is produced for you!
 
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A disappearing food franchise. The story behind how a Vietnamese spring roll ended up on the menu of Senegalese restaurants. We take America's Test Kitchen's inquisitive and relentless approach to telling unexpected, funny, and thought-provoking narratives about food and drink. This is not a recipe show. And this is not a show about celebrity chefs or what they like to eat. Proof plunges into history, culture, science, and the psyche to uncover the hidden backstories that feed your food-obse ...
 
The original live show that brings professional brewer and homebrewer interviews, and the best in beer-tainment, right to you as we talk about homebrewing beer and craft brewing. Each episode covers specific brewing topics to inform and entertain, and world class professional brewers as guests. All the fun of real radio, without the boredom. Live listeners can participate and ask questions by joining our chatroom. Watch the live show at YouTube.com/brewingnetwork. Have a brewing question or ...
 
Through highlighting the unique relationship between hunters and wildlife, the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak delivers the best wildlife management practices and science based information to help you take your wildlife habitat management skills to the next level. Our wildlife management podcast celebrates the leading wildlife research from experts and conservation groups and breaks it down in how to apply information for the field. With the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak you’ll learn more interesting fa ...
 
The Local Food Report can be heard every Thursday on WCAI, the local NPR station for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the South Coast. From farmers' markets to backyard gardens, wild forage to home kitchen recipes, the Local Food Report explores the Cape, Islands, and South Coast to find out what's in season and what to do with it.The Local Food Report airs Thursday at 8:35 AM and 5:45 PM and Saturday at 9:35 AM and is made possible by our Local Food Report sponsors.
 
Ready to get in the best shape of your life? Join NYT Bestselling Author Abel James to upgrade your performance, mental strength, and longevity. Featuring cutting-edge conversations with thought leaders in Performance Nutrition, Intermittent Fasting, Strength Training, Longevity, Mindset, and much more. Winner of 4 awards and rated #1 in Health in 8+ countries with over 50+ million downloads.
 
Join Harvesting Nature’s very own, Justin Townsend and the HN Crew as they guide you through the world of cooking wild fish and game meat, their adventures to obtain food, and the lessons learned along the way. Harvesting Nature is a media outlet with the main focus to educate and inspire those wishing to live the outdoor lifestyle with a focus of hunting and fishing for food. Follow along with us as we help you Find your Wilderness Please reach out with questions and comments to whatscookin ...
 
Do you want to bring nature to your backyard, grow food, and help heal our living world? Join Daron Williams—restoration ecologist, permaculture enthusiast, and lifelong gardener—for concrete steps you can take at home to cultivate abundance for people, plants and wildlife. Tune in, grab a shovel, and make the living world around you come alive.
 
We’re having an impact on nature like never before: polluting the skies and seas, burning up fossil fuels, and pushing nature to the brink of extinction faster than it can restore itself. But it’s not too late. Join actor, presenter, and WWF ambassador, Cel Spellman as he discovers how every one of us can make a difference in the fight to save our planet.In each episode, Cel meets a familiar face from the worlds of sport or entertainment, and teams up with a top wildlife expert to dig deeper ...
 
Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well—all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice. In each program listeners join Poppy as she meets people who produce, cook, and eat the foods we enjoy and treasure — exploring kitchens and stores, farms and waterways where favorite foods are produced and prepared. And because Louisianans love all kinds of food, Poppy won’t limit herself to shrimp creole and hot sauce!
 
Food marketing consultant and founder of Virginia Foodie, Georgiana Dearing, takes you behind the scenes of successful craft and local food businesses. For over twenty years, she's lead a team of creatives at Water Street Marketing. George is particularly passionate about her work in the food industry and now works to make her years of experience more accessible to emerging brands. This podcast is for you if you’re curious about the marketing tools, the business practices, and the stories th ...
 
Here's a podcast about food and beverage entrepreneurs and people in the culinary world who took a different route. Chris Spear has been working in the hospitality industry for more than 25 years, mostly outside of traditional restaurant settings. In 2010 he started a personal chef business called Perfect Little Bites. Wanting to help other culinary entrepreneurs build and grow their businesses, he created the Chefs Without Restaurants community. On the podcast of the same name, he has conve ...
 
Welcome to the Living Wild podcast by Wild Foods Co. We cover topics relating to health, lifestyle, nutrition, food and more. Wild Foods was founded out of an obsession with finding the best ingredients in the world to support health and longevity. Our Wild Mission is to empower 50 million people with the knowledge they can use to say NO to Big Food, Big Pharma, Bad Science and Dangerous Health and Nutrition Dogma! Join hosts Marcy Marbut and Jamie Stuckert as they talk about everything Wild ...
 
Dr. Savannah Howse-Smith, a Métis veterinarian in rural Alberta, discusses everything from wildlife rescues to her Métis journey. From her work at Rocky Rapids Veterinarian Service to her volunteer work in nearby communities, Dr. Savannah is an animal’s best friend and shares her vast knowledge in this podcast. Dr. Savanah: Wild Rose Vet is also a television series on APTN. Check out the series website for more details: https://www.aptntv.ca/wildrosevet/
 
Singer and actor Liv Austen has turned a health issue into a passion for cooking, by taking control of every ingredient that goes in to her meals. Every week she shares something she has learned from cooking from scratch, and goes through a recipe she loves, so you can cook alongside the podcast. Cook from scratch - your body will thank you.
 
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Join podcast guests Becca and Sylvia Ritter, live from the BHA Rendezvous, as they recount their family canoe trip for fishing in Montana. A little trip quickly turned into a wild adventure when the weather turned. Join them on their adventures for food. Tell your story on our Adventures For Food Podcast Series - email whatscooking@harvestingnature…
 
Journalist Dan Saladino brings us stories of rare and endangered foods, from the wind-cured mutton found only on the Faroe Islands to stenophylla, the rediscovered species now considered crucial to the future of coffee. Plus, Jess Damuck shares elevated salads; Grant Barrett and Martha Barnette tell us how to live with relish and zest; and we searc…
 
This episode I speak with Dr. Patrick Byrne, Professor Emeritus of Plant Breeding and Genetics at Colorado State University. Our topic: crop wild relatives, the forebears to all of the agricultural crops we love and depend on. Patrick helps us understand the relationship between, say, Teosinte and modern corn, and why the conservation of these wild…
 
This week we had a very special guest sitting between the turkeys. Dr. Craig Harper of UT is a world class habitat specialist and we were fascinated by his insights into improving the huntability of a property. He went into detail explaining the native seed bank and how a Gamekeeper can use it their advantage, what his research has demonstrated is …
 
This week I’m talking breakfast tacos with Liz Solomon Dwyer, founder of King David Tacos. An Austin native, Liz brought her love of the breakfast taco to NYC. What started as a drop-off catering business, then grew from two breakfast taco carts to over 50 locations across NYC. Her tacos can now be found at retail partners like Whole Foods and Stum…
 
Our guest today is Tama Matsuoka Wong, AKA the Meadow Doctor. She’s a commercial forager, weed eater, lawyer and mother of three, as well as the developer of a commercial wild food-beverage made with staghorn sumac — which we’ll discuss in the episode. She’s also the author of the backyard field guide and cookbook Foraged Flavor, which was nominate…
 
All this week we're talking about the fruit industry - from innovations to problems in accessing seasonal labour at harvest time. We'll be at Clock House Farm in Kent. We also hear from the chair of British Berry Growers. Nick Marston. And we have an update on the price of fertiliser - up by well over 100% since last year. We hear how this is drivi…
 
Few things are more exciting for small brands than getting their first commercially-packaged food products off the production line. Allie Hill and Katharine Wilson, founder and director of Virginia Food Works, respectively, get to see this excitement firsthand through the work they do. This non-profit, located in the Prince Edward County Cannery & …
 
Welcome to The From Scratch Body! I’m Liv - and I believe that anyone can cook. Since being diagnosed with endometriosis, I have been on a journey to find out what food makes me feel great. By cooking from scratch I have not only started feeling much better, but also fallen in love with cooking completely! Join me for my weekly food topic and recip…
 
The Ggovernment doesn’t understand labour shortages in food and farming and is putting the future of the sector in danger - according to the EFRA Committee of MPs.What is regenerative agriculture and could it be the answer for the environment and farmers' bottom lines? Charlotte Smith visit Groundswell.Investigations continue into a suspected case …
 
Today on Mushroom Hour we have the privilege of speaking with chef, forager, and biology geek Graham Steinruck. Graham has worked in the restaurant industry in with many of Colorado’s most talented chefs and was the former owner of a wild mushroom distribution company called Hunt & Gather that supplied wild harvested ingredients to chefs in the Roc…
 
Hotel designer Bill Bensley lives by the motto, if it’s worth doing, it’s worth overdoing. The California-born designer has studios in Bangkok and Bali, and his latest book More Escapism: Hotels, Resorts and Gardens features some of the region’s most extravagant resorts. His inspiration comes from treasures around the globe, including a 1930s Vietn…
 
Stephanie Li and Chris Thomas travel around China in search of the best recipes and techniques for their YouTube channel Chinese Cooking Demystified. Today we learn the secrets to perfect fried rice, how to cook with chopsticks and why the best KFCs are in China. Plus, Abigail Koffler helps us navigate food in the metaverse; we make Mexican-Style C…
 
Those top-class weirdos the Dom Deluise crew have outdone themselves this week with 3 wild flicks for us to chat about! Up first! It's Lucio Fulci's /other/ 'Gates of Hell' movie (that somehow we haven't reviewed yet) The Beyond, from 1981! It's the one where eyeballs get gauged, but in New Orleans! (thanks Portland Paul!) Next up! We hit the road …
 
The government doesn’t understand labour shortages in food and farming, and is putting the future of the sector in danger, according to MPs on the Environment Food and Rural Affairs committee who wrote a report on the issues earlier this year. The government has just published its response – rejecting their calls for the Seasonal Workers Scheme to …
 
The principles of regenerative agriculture include increasing crop diversity, protecting the soil with ground cover, involving livestock, reducing tillage and keeping living roots in the soil. But why do it? In this programme, Charlotte Smith visits the regenerative agriculture show, Groundswell, to find out.Presented by Charlotte SmithProduced for…
 
Dr. Savannah talks with a fellow Beekeeper about the growing field of entomological vet medicine. They explore why vets are needed for bugs and how they can take their skills for larger animals and transcribe them to the little creepy crawlies. Check out Dr. Savannah: Wild Rose Vet, the television series for more amazing stories! Follow us on Faceb…
 
This week, we're bringing you a collection of some of our favorite Proof episodes. Our friends at Hark Audio curated this list so you can relive or be introduced to some of the best moments from our feed. Hark editors pick and choose these compelling podcast moments and transform them into one-of-a-kind playlists--kind of like creating a special mi…
 
The average annual grocery bill in the UK is set to rise by £380 this year, according to research firm Kantar, which monitors food prices. We ask whether farmers with surplus produce could be the answer in providing food to those who need it and reducing food waste. Many farmers take part in on-farm trials to try to find solutions to issues they ar…
 
This week on the podcast we dive deep into more efficient methods of establishing plantings for wildlife, without having to till the soil. Methods such as Throw-and-Mow and Frost or Snow Seeding are increasing in popularity because it’s easy, cheaper, better for soil health and ultimately the critters. The use of implements such as roller-crimpers …
 
My long-time friend, Liz Wolfe is on the podcast for a catch-up. Liz has been involved in the health and wellness field for over a decade. She is an author, podcaster, skin care authority, course creator, and self-described “professional question-asker.” Listen in as Liz and I chat about where our work has taken us over the years and share real tru…
 
This week is a solo episode. The topic was prompted by Ray Delucci of Line Cook Thoughts who posed the question "How do you motivate your staff in the food industry?" My reply was "Find out what their goals are, and where they see their path going. Then, try to help them get to that place, even if it means that they’ll leave you and go elsewhere ev…
 
You may remember that last September we had the honor and privilege of going out to the Standing Rock Reservation to harvest a buffalo — or bison for those who prefer the scientific name — for the second season of the WildFed TV show. Our friend Travis hosted us, showed us around, and introduced us not only to the buffalo, but to the people and the…
 
Since last Autumn, there’s been confusion about the rules governing muck spreading - outlining when and how much farmers can spread on their land. In March, DEFRA released new guidance, allowing autumn spreading, and also allowing farmers to spread more muck than their soil or crop required. The Salmon and Trout Conservation group believed the guid…
 
The Government has launched a consortium of scientists and researchers to tackle the biggest ever outbreak of bird flu. There have already been more than 100 cases - leading to strict restrictions on poultry earlier this year. It's also now killing some sea birds. The task force aims to find out why this outbreak is so bad, and what can be done to …
 
Kevin Kossowan and I find ourselves back in the wall tent in the middle of Northern Alberta's boreal forest. In this episode, Kevin is looking to replenish his freezer and the hunt is on. There's one problem though, he is stuck using his vintage British 303. We also get stranded in a thunderstorm one evening, but make the most of it with some treme…
 
Welcome to The From Scratch Body! I’m Liv - and I believe that anyone can cook. Since being diagnosed with endometriosis, I have been on a journey to find out what food makes me feel great. By cooking from scratch I have not only started feeling much better, but also fallen in love with cooking completely! Join me for my weekly food topic and recip…
 
“Farming,” according to poet Brett Brian, “is a profession of hope.” On this week’s show, we introduce you to sons and daughters of the soil who are living their dreams on the land. We begin in St. Tammany Parish with Monica Bourgeois and Neil Gernon, founders of the small-batch wine company, Vending Machine Wines. The New Orleans couple has been m…
 
Once regarded as a fringe movement, more designers and architects are looking to nature-based systems to build our lives while reducing carbon emissions. Claire Beale, Executive Manager at LCI Melbourne and a former Design Institute of Australia President, takes us through the Three Bs of organic design; biomorphic, biomimetic and biophilic.The Nat…
 
Welcome to short films week, Petey Bunslinger! First, DC superheroes try their had at standup comedy in "Legends of the Superheroes: The Roast." Next, a young girl has a problem with her sloppy brother in Robert Rodriguez' "Bedhead." Finally, Juan Schwartz and the whole crew from "Cannibal: The Musical" return in "Time Warped." All this plus Nerd N…
 
In this episode of Hunt Gather Talk, Andrew Zimmern of the TV show "Bizarre Foods" and I talk about the wide variety of textures and flavors in fish and seafood -- and why they're so tough to describe. Hunt Gather Talk: Andrew Zimmern Talks Fish is the latest post on Hunter Angler Gardener Cook.By Hank Shaw
 
On a recent trip to Vancouver Island, I made a point of sitting down with Courtney Ogilvie, the owner of Nile Creek Fly Shop in Bowser, BC. From the moment I sat down, it felt like chatting with an old friend. Courtney is funny, personable, and extremely knowledgeable about fly casting to anadromous salmonids from the beach. I had one goal in mind …
 
Is there a fish that invokes as much National pride as the mighty Barramundi? Although it is a species that occupies a wide geographic range, from the Arabian Gulf to China and Taiwan, Papua New Guinea and all across Northern Australia, it is the Northern Territory that is the cultural, some might say spiritual home of this mighty fish. Bob Richard…
 
Another day, another food strategy, this time for Scotland where Members of the Scottish parliament have just passed the ‘Good Food Nation’ bill. But what do these new food strategies mean for farmers? All this week we're talking about salmon on the programme. The Scottish government commissioned a major review into the industry and say that in the…
 
Foraging for Food – Modern Carnivore Podcast (EP:041) On this episode of the Modern Carnivore Podcast, Mark talks with Orion from Forage Colorado. Not only does Orion Aon have one of the most unique (and cool) names, but he has a peculiar obsession with all things foraging. Orion created Forage Colorado as an outlet to talk about his love of mushro…
 
One of the biggest challenges for the UK's fruit and vegetable farms is finding a workforce. In recent years UK farmers have relied heavily on labour from eastern Europe, but leaving the EU means those numbers are now restricted and the war in Ukraine is having a further impact. So the search for seasonal workers is being widened, with people comin…
 
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