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Try Something New: Weeds, Coriander, and Almond Soup

Try something new this week, whether it’s a novel recipe or an unfamiliar food. Michael talks edible weeds; from sage and fiddlehead fern to dandelions, he has tips for cooking and servin...

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Presenting Fields Episode 1: Seeds and Time Travel

On this episode of HRN Happy Hour we're thrilled to present the first episode of one of HRN's newest shows: Fields.  Fields brings you the stories of people who are working in urban agric...

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Planting the Seed: Time Travel, Shortages and Heirloom Crops

Seeds are the source and symbol of life. In our modern food system, with fewer and fewer people physically involved in the practice of agriculture, it’s easy to forget that our sustenance...

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Seeds and Time Travel

How are seeds gender-defying time travelers? Subscribe to Fields and find out!

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The Flower Alchemist: Loria Stern

Pretty pressed flowers in shortbread cookies launched the career of Loria Stern. On this week's episode, host Dana Cowin discovers why Stern's early life as a tennis champion translates i...

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Say Hello to Hemp

Hemp played an important role in America’s history—it was grown by many of the founding fathers, and the Declaration of Independence was drafted on hemp paper—but its production has been ...

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Forage, Harvest, Feast

It's a wild world out there—for food. An avid forager, home cook, and garden designer, Marie has enjoyed gathering edibles from the wild since her childhood in South Africa.

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Forager: Steward of the Land

This week on Japan Eats, host Akiko Katayama is joined in the studio by 

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Puma Ghostwalker

Forager. Wild Child. Survival Expert. Meet today's guest Puma Ghostwalker, who joins Harry Rosenblum in the studio for this week's episode of Feast Yr Ears.

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Eating Wildly

With the rise of interest in local ingredients, "New Nordic cuisine", and sustainability - foraging has become quite the buzz-word. What does it actually mean to forage? What does foragin...