Earth Eats: Real Food, Green Living
Summary: Earth Eats is a weekly podcast, public radio program and blog bringing you the freshest news and recipes inspired by local food and sustainable agriculture
Take a dive into the Earth Eats archives to celebrate WFIU’s 70th anniversary.
A decentralized food system could mean a more resilient food system. Immigration reforms could make a big difference, as well.
Shawn Askinosie talks about his chocolate factory in Missouri, and the difference between Fair Trade Chocolate and Direct Trade Chocolate.
Years in the making, a baker’s wood-fired bread oven dream finally comes true.
Learn about home canning apple pie filling, and how a painter connects with family through food and art.
College campuses are opening up, or going virtual, or something in between, all across the country this month. We thought it might be a good time to visit the IU Campus Farm.
Food Justice Organizer and Urban Farmer Suzanne Babb talks with Earth Eats about what the pandemic is bringing to light about our emergency food systems and how we might choose a different path forward.
In the age of Instagram, it seems like everybody’s taking pictures of their meals. But what’s it doing to our experiences with food--and with each other?
When leisure travel returns, Rick Steves has a model for offsetting the carbon footprint.
Did you know you can make a delicious caramel with raw cashews? Hear all about it in our interview with Brandi Williams of Primally Inspired Eats.
The Next Generation Farmers Youth Program at Lawrence Community Gardens in Indianapolis, takes farm-to-table learning to the next level--with a chicken processing workshop.
They talked about it on a Thursday, and served their first meal on a Monday. Rahul Shrivastav and Carl Ipsen tell the story of the Emergency Meal Project on the IU campus.
Freed slaves were promised land by the government, but the promise was never fulfilled. Adrian Lipscombe’s Forty Acres and a Mule Project aims to purchase land for Black farmers.
Hattie Johnson had a plan for the lunch program, should the schools need to close because of COVID-19. She just didn’t expect to pivot quite so quickly.
Have you ever explored a city by way of pie? Hear the ups and downs of a Michigan pie tour from pre-COVID days, way back in January.