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Eatweeds Podcast: For People Who Love Plants

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Rank #191 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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19 Ratings
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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.

Please continue this podcast!!! 2 suggestions

By Rpen90 - Oct 19 2017
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I've been loving the majority of the episodes and have found them so nourishing to my soul (without sounding "woo woo" as the podcast host says😅). I have been using Goethan observation as described in two of the episodes as a form of meditation and have been feeling a deeper connection with the trees I walk by on my way to work and back. I just ran out of episodes to listen to and wish they would continue making more. It's so hard to find quality podcasts on herbalism like this one. My only complaint is that I wish that the sound quality was better especially as oftentimes the voices can be quite soft spoken. I would also like to hear more from indigenous healers from around the world being represented.

iTunes Ratings

19 Ratings
Average Ratings
13
2
1
0
3

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.

Please continue this podcast!!! 2 suggestions

By Rpen90 - Oct 19 2017
Read more
I've been loving the majority of the episodes and have found them so nourishing to my soul (without sounding "woo woo" as the podcast host says😅). I have been using Goethan observation as described in two of the episodes as a form of meditation and have been feeling a deeper connection with the trees I walk by on my way to work and back. I just ran out of episodes to listen to and wish they would continue making more. It's so hard to find quality podcasts on herbalism like this one. My only complaint is that I wish that the sound quality was better especially as oftentimes the voices can be quite soft spoken. I would also like to hear more from indigenous healers from around the world being represented.
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Eatweeds Podcast: For People Who Love Plants

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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.

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: 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 #3: EP08: Emma Kidd on First Steps to Seeing

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Practical ways to deepen your relationship with plants, by enhancing your ability to 'see' plants more fully, in a way that no mainstream botany class can ever teach you.

Apr 18 2016

38mins

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Rank #4: EP19: The Future of Farming is Foraging

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Hilltown Organics are revolutionising how we farm. Incorporating wild edible plants into their polyculture farming systems, they grow high-nutrient food plants that are sold at farmer’s markets. According to soil scientists, their revolutionary farming practices have produced some of the richest soil found anywhere in the UK.

Oct 05 2018

41mins

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Rank #5: EP07: Miles Irving on Foraging & Sustainability

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Miles Irving from Forager Ltd, talks about commercial foraging and sustainability, and why the old conservation paradigm is now obsolete.

Dec 18 2015

49mins

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Rank #6: EP03: Revisioning Herbal Medicine For The People

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An interview with Simon Mills, herbal practitioner and author of Principles & Practice of Phytotherapy, The Essential Guide to Herbal Safety, Dictionary of Modern Herbalism. In this interview Simon's talks about : Why plants are not pills. Taking back control our health from experts, and much more.

Apr 28 2015

13mins

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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: 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 #9: EP10: The Wild & Wonderful World of Fungi

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A walk in the woods fungi foraging with the wild and wonderful Craig Worrall from Edible Leeds.   I recently visited Craig at his home in Leeds, and he kindly took me out to one of his favourite fungi patches to talk all things fungi. In this walk in the wilds we discovered Penny Bun, The Miller, Amethyst Deceiver and Hedgehog Fungi.

Sep 13 2016

40mins

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Rank #10: 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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