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Eatweeds Podcast: For People Who Love Plants

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Rank #53 in Food category

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An audio journey through the wonderful wild world of plants. Episodes cover modern and ancient ways wild plants have been used in human culture as food, medicine and utilitarian uses.

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An audio journey through the wonderful wild world of plants. Episodes cover modern and ancient ways wild plants have been used in human culture as food, medicine and utilitarian uses.

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26 Ratings
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Favorite Foraging Podcast!

By jaxnb - Mar 07 2020
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I look forward to every episode! Love the interviews, and the interviewer asks great questions and adds so much knowledge to the show. Great work!

Bring the Seed Sistas back!

By nelly pea - Feb 26 2019
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I loved this episode so much. Going to whip up my own passion potion.

iTunes Ratings

26 Ratings
Average Ratings
19
2
1
0
4

Favorite Foraging Podcast!

By jaxnb - Mar 07 2020
Read more
I look forward to every episode! Love the interviews, and the interviewer asks great questions and adds so much knowledge to the show. Great work!

Bring the Seed Sistas back!

By nelly pea - Feb 26 2019
Read more
I loved this episode so much. Going to whip up my own passion potion.
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Eatweeds Podcast: For People Who Love Plants

Latest release on Apr 13, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: EP15: The Handmade Apothecary

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In this episode I talk with two amazing herbalists about why we need to build ‘health resilience’ using herbal medicine, in an age of NHS cuts and a national health crisis. When is the best time to self-medicate, and when should you visit the doctor? Why modern medicine isn’t always evil, and what our grandparents could have taught us about how plants, herbs and other foods can empower us.

Oct 24 2017

24mins

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Rank #2: EP04: Plant Observation & Goethean Science

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An interview with Craig Holdrege from the Nature Institute on "Plant Observation & Goethean Science". How to truly know a plant beyond the traditional classification & pattern methods of plant identification.

Jun 10 2015

13mins

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Rank #3: EP12: Passion Potions: Herbalism and the Radical Heart Revolution

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The Seed Sistas (radical herbalists extraordinaire) discuss passion potions, wild herbalism, wellbeing, resilience, anarchy, connection, community and activism.

May 10 2017

52mins

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Rank #4: EP25: Edible Acorns - The Forgotten Food

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Acorns are a massive, under-utilised and forgotten food source. Join Robin Harford (your host) and Marcie Mayer (Europe's foremost acorn food producer), as they explore the edible uses of acorns as a food and in cooking. How to properly process acorns to remove tannins. Long term food storage. Acorns nutritional content, as well as establishing community acorn festivals around the country, plus much more.

Sep 17 2019

56mins

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Rank #5: EP05: Remembering Frank Cook

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On the anniversary of Frank Cook's passing, friends remember him and how his work continues through the organisation Plants & Healers International. Includes interviews with Sandor Katz, Mary Morgaine & Marc Williams.

Aug 19 2015

46mins

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Rank #6: EP18: The Wild Art of Fermentation

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Fermented foods are a delicious and rich source of nourishment. The fermentation process can transform the flavour of food from the plain and mundane in to delicious flavours enlivened by colonies of beneficial bacteria and enhanced micronutrients. In this episode I talk with former plant biochemist Viola Sampson turned "fermentation passionista" on the benefits of wild fermented foods. Visit eatweeds.co.uk to download your free copy of “A Beginner’s Guide To Wild Fermented Foods”.

May 31 2018

44mins

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Rank #7: EP06: How To Make Nettle Leaf Protein

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Michael Cole the creator of Leafu a commercially available leaf protein product, discusses why it is so beneficial to humans and the planet.

Sep 08 2015

32mins

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Rank #8: EP09: Foraging With Europe’s Grand Master

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A very special interview with foraging grand-master Francois Couplan. In this podcast Francois talks about his early influencers, animism, human and non-human relationships, plus the new wave of using wild edible plants in gastronomy.

Aug 25 2016

33mins

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Rank #9: EP17: New York's Notorious Vegan Forager

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Notorious New York vegan forager Steve Brill was busted by the cops for picking a dandelion. In this interview the father and daughter double-act discuss their foraging antics around New York. While revealing how to craft delicious vegan cuisine from their foraged finds. Including some truly unique ways to use wild edible plants.

Feb 26 2018

35mins

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Rank #10: EP22: Foraging The Future, Sustainability & Vital Connection

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An interview with Miles Irving, author of the Forager Handbook and creator of The Wildbox, on why we must include humans in our conservation models in order to look after wild spaces. Why foraging is sustainable. How foraging can help feed an ever growing population, and how we can restore our vital connection to Land.

Nov 12 2018

49mins

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