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At Real Food Media, we believe each one of us has a story to tell, and that sharing our stories strengthens our communities and our movements. Our two podcast series bring you stories from the food movement through a powerful combination of “book smarts” and “street smarts” (or is it soil savvy?). Real Food Reads, our long-standing book club and podcast, interviews the authors of today’s most important books at the intersection of food, politics, and culture. And our newest podcast series, F ...
 
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After starting with a foodie account Carolyn of @TheSocialSipper pivoted to cocktails and started sharing useful tips both photography and recipes. She honed in on her ideal follower and crafted content to speak to that audience. She stayed laser focused on her audience and asked herself would my ideal follower like this cocktail? She kept her feed…
 
Colonialism is at the root of the problems we see in our food system, and, as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently stated, it is also at the root of the climate crisis. By cultivating diversity within the soil and amongst farmers, we can work towards a liberated future. “Healing Grounds: Climate, Justice, and the Deep Roots of Reg…
 
Kentucky, bourbon and mint juleps, oh my! We sit down to talk all things bourbon with Tyler of @louisvillebourbonbuzz. When COVID hit, Tyler traded in portrait photography for product photography, mainly whiskey. He shares how Instagram is moving towards video, the best way to capture someone’s attention on TikTok and his views on bourbon trends (T…
 
Bourbon’s First Female Taster Peggy Noe Stevens and her talented son Utah help distilleries around the country build their brand through a thousand little gestures. We talk with the duo on trends in the industry, how social helped keep brands connected during the shutdown and the rise of women in bourbon.…
 
Louisville born and bred Steve Higdon took TikTok by storm when he released his short bourbon reviews. We sit down with Steve to learn how his account came to be, where he’s taking his loyal audience next and which bourbon he’d like to crack open this holiday if he had his choice.
 
Frances Moore Lappé's groundbreaking book in 1971 exposed the true cause of hunger while also changing the way many people eat, for the better. 50 years later, she released a new edition with an updated introduction that speaks to her ethos, what has changed in the last 50 years, and what's next.Real Food Media tarafından oluşturuldu
 
The Covid pandemic, mass uprisings against injustice around the world, raging forest fires... Our bodies, societies, and planet are inflamed, argue Raj Patel and Dr. Rupa Marya. Their epic and timely new book "Inflamed: Deep Medicine and the Anatomy of Injustice" will forever change the way you think—not only about food—but about the ruptures in th…
 
Just in time for the busy entertaining season, Brittany Young of (@certifiedcelebrator) shares her journey from the moment a Facebook Live feed at Hobby Lobby went viral to building a loyal community and inspiring people to celebrate intentionally (with some sprinkles on top). Hear her tips for connecting with fans and how she likes to work with br…
 
The story of humankind is usually told as one of technological innovation and economic influence—of arrowheads and atomic bombs, settlers and stock markets. But behind it all, there is an even more fundamental driver: food. In this episode, Anna Lappé and Mark Bittman dive into how food has shaped our past, but also how we can transform it to recla…
 
“Black Food Matters: Racial Justice in the Wake of Food Justice” centers the Black experience within the US food system: what is missing and what is possible. Edited by Dr. Ashanté M. Reese and Hanna Garth, this anthology features voices and experience from around the nation.Real Food Media tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Ken Meter is one of the most experienced food system analysts in the United States. He's promoted local food economies in 143 regions in 41 states, two provinces, and four tribal nations. In Building Community Food Webs, he makes a strong argument for reversing the extractive economy and weaving “food webs” that restore local wealth, health, capaci…
 
Meet: the Food Justice League. No, they’re not superheroes. They’re a growing community-based movement based in Gainesville, FL, that’s working to abolish exploitation and prison slavery from the food system. They’ve launched a public campaign to pressure the University of Florida to ditch the exploitative food service company Aramark—and commit to…
 
Like many Caribbean and Central American nations, Belize is a place where healthy, diverse farming systems have been violently replaced with sugar plantations. The legacy of that dispossession is yet another sugar-related violence: diabetes. Cultural anthropologist Amy Moran-Thomas contextualizes diabetes within a long history of racial capitalism …
 
Carey Gillam’s 2017 book, Whitewash, exposed the dangers of the world’s most popular weedkiller: Monsanto’s Roundup. Gillam’s new book, The Monsanto Papers, tells the riveting story of the man who became the face of a David-and-Goliath showdown against one of the world’s biggest agribusiness corporations.…
 
Michelle Mandro, Founder of Wine Country Women, joins to show in honor of International Women’s Day to talk about her work with the women in Wine Country. Over the last five years, Michelle has profiled the successful women in Napa, and Sonoma (and soon Walla Walla and Wilmette) through books and podcast interviews.…
 
Bringing balance between good health and good beers, Mel Fox and Alicia Valenski from @workforyourbeer join the show to talk about their curation of the best brewery taprooms where you can get a workout in. They also discuss how their specific, consistent content buckets have helped their social media growth.…
 
Allinee ‘shiny’ Flanary—founder of Come Thru Market, a Black, Indigenous, and People of Color(BIPOC) producer farmer’s market in Portland, OR—joins us for the season finale of Foodtopias to talk about the origins of the market, what it looks like to offer meaningful support, and the role of abolition in food sovereignty. This conversation was a par…
 
A veteran journalist and former farmer, Tom Philpott cracks open US agriculture—and where it went horribly wrong. Highlighting scientists documenting the damage and the farmers and activists pushing back, Perilous Bounty is a must-read for eaters and activists alike. This Real Food Reads episode breaks down key food system concepts like no other.…
 
The global peasant leader and food sovereignty activist Elizabeth Mpofu speaks to us about growing up in a farming family in Zimbabwe, practicing climate resilient agriculture, and how rural women are impacted by Covid-19. Mpofu is General Coordinator of the international peasant confederation La Vía Campesina and founder and chairperson of the Zim…
 
Centuries of colonization have disrupted Indigenous communities’ ability to control their own food systems. But throughout the United States, projects are underway to reclaim and protect the land, water, plants, animals, and food & farming practices that underpin Indigenous self-determination and wellbeing. Native Choctaw scholar Devon Mihesuah joi…
 
Long-time Real Food Media friend and ally Jose Oliva joins us to talk about his co-authored chapter, “Food Workers versus Food Giants.” In this dynamic conversation, we cover the food system’s legacy of slavery, corporate consolidation, unions, and the strategies workers are using to carve out pathways for a more just food system.…
 
Dr. Cindy Ayers, head farmer and CEO of Footprint Farms in Jackson, MS, is carrying on a long legacy of activism and farming. Descended from Civil Rights veterans and sharecroppers, her 68-acre farm is a hub for learning and support, creating real opportunities for young, Black people. We cannot free ourselves until we feed ourselves.…
 
For the debut episode of Foodtopias, we speak with labor organizers Axel Fuentes (Rural Community Workers Alliance) and Christina Spach (Food Chain Workers Alliance) about working conditions in the meat processing industry pre-Covid and during the pandemic, and the worker-led strategies for holding Big Meat accountable.…
 
In her new book, Minkoff-Zern argues that farmworkers have the skills and the knowledge to lead the sustainable farming movement, if given the opportunity. The book shares powerful stories of farmworkers who have successfully transitioned to owning and operating their own farms.Real Food Media tarafından oluşturuldu
 
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