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Aquaculture: All That Fishy?

Tune in to Eating Matters this week as Jenna Liut and guests are talking about a part of the food system worldwide that gets little attention in the U.S. – aquaculture.

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Tales of Foodiness Fishiness

Anyone that says that they don't like to eat fish have probably only ever eaten tilapia, which is the worst fish ever according to Erica Wides on this week's episode of Let's Get Real. ...

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Tsukiji Fish Market

Today on Taste Matters host Mitchell Davis joins us from the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, Japan!

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East Coast Shellfish with Bob Rheault

Katy Keiffer talks east coast shellfish with Bob Rheault on this week's edition of What Doesn't Kill You. Bob "Skid" Rheault was president of Moonstone Oysters in Narragansett, RI for 26 ...

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Beaverkill Trout Hatchery

On this week's episode of The Farm Report, Erin Fairbanks is joined by Sherry Shaver of Beaverkill Trout Hatchery.

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Cod & Tuna

This week's episode of The Naturalist is a continuation on last week's discussion with Paul Greenberg, author of "Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food".

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Atlantic Salmon & Striped Bass

The Naturalist returns, and Bernie is joined by Paul Greenberg, author of "Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food". Tune in to learn more about Atlantic salmon and sea bass and how f...

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Local Oceans

The Naturalist is back and Bernie Wides and Carol Butler teach listeners about a sustainable fishery in New York called Local Oceans. Learn more about aquaculture and what it takes to rep...

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Gardening Part 2: A Tribute to Sim Ross

This week the Naturalist's Bernie Wides pays a special tribute to his late friend and avid gardener Sim Ross. With the help of Janet David they read from his 2005 essay, "My Garden and Me...

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Michael Dimin, John T. Edge, Ari Weinzweig & Renato Sardo

This week on the Main Course, Patrick Martins holds down the show solo and is joined by founder of Sea To Table, a family operation that seeks out sustainably managed fisheries needing be...