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Seeds!

This week on Time For Lunch, we are going back to our roots to learn about the source of all plant life: seeds! Special guest Shannie McCabe of Baker Creek Seeds teaches us about the impo...

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Urban Farming in St. Louis

After observing how much the quality and variety of produce sold in grocery stores differed in neighborhoods across St.

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Meet Amanda Cohen

This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes pioneering Chef Amanda Cohen of New York City’s vegetable-focused restaurant Dirt Candy. They discuss how female chefs’ ba...

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Meet Farmer Lee Jones

This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes Farmer Lee Jones of Chef’s Garden and the Culinary Vegetable Institute.

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Talking AgTech, Indoor Farming, and Robots with David Lee of AppHarvest

In 2019 Americans consumed 31.4 pounds of tomatoes per person, with sales topping $3 billion, and imports accounting for more than $2 billion.

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Creative Consumption, Bulk Buying, and Avoiding Food Waste

This week, we’re exploring the creative strides being taken — both on the large-scale and individual-level — to avoid excess waste. Alicia Qian visits a driveway in San Jose, California t...

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Contraband Ferments in Panemia

This week Mary and Chris catch up with friend and occasional co-host Cheryl Paswater to talk fermented nut cheeses and food preservation in a pandemic world. Put on your “Depression Era G...

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Zaid & Haifa Kurdieh: NYC's Favorite Farmers

Join co-hosts Vallery and Ethan for a conversation with Zaid and Haifa Kurdieh, owners of Norwich Meadows Farms.