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More about food processing ("Have it your way," part 2)

Processed foods: Whether you need them oven-ready or as components for speed scratch, you probably want them without additives you don't recognize or can't pronounce. You want fresh and v...

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Watch Out For Salty Man Holes

This week on Lets Get Real Erica begins the show by discussing when she first moved to Brooklyn 20 years ago, she transitions from this to looking at how Brooklyn has changed her lifest...

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Ashley Smith

Ashley Smith of Lebanon Valley College talks with host Eddie Shumard about how she acts as a student leader for food sustainability and agriculture today.

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Whole Grain

Why is flavor neglected when considering flour? This week on Meet Your Maker, Rachel Wharton and John Taggart are joined in the studio by Bob Klein of Community Grains and Olivetto in Cal...

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7

Will anyone stop the 7-Eleven invasion of the East Village? This week on Let's Get Real, Erica Wides is talking with two activists from the No 7-Eleven group, Bob Holman and Rob Hollander...

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If Your Nutritionist Just Bought A Cadillac Escalade, You Might Want To Consider Switching

Dieticians are in bed with Foodiness, Incorporated! Erica Wides is once again joined in the studio by nutrition expert Kristin Wartman to talk about her recent article in Civil Eats about...

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Olive Oil with Tony DeMarco

Tony DeMarco shares the best olive oils from Spain and Portugal on this week's episode of The Main Course. Patrick Martins welcomes Tony DeMarco of Amphora Products (who provides olive oi...

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Gene Baur of Farm Sanctuary

The topic of the day is animal rescue on The Farm Report. Erin Fairbanks is talking with Gene Baur, the president and co-founder of Farm Sanctuary. Farm Sanctuary rescues and protects ani...

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You Are What Your Fish Ate

Everyone knows that fish are a healthy alternative to meat, right? This week on Let's Get Real, Erica Wides talks about some of the common misconceptions about our favorite oily fish, sal...

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William Rubel and a History of Bread

This week on A Taste of the Past we're talking about the history of bread with hostess, Linda Pelaccio, and her guest, William Rubel. William authored the hearth-cooking book The Magic of...