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Airs on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 11 AM.
At the Food Show on KBOO we'll keep you on top of the news and issues surrounding the food on your plate. We sit down and talk with thought leaders and change makers about food production, nutrition, economy, and politics. Be sure to join us every third Wednesday for a little extra flavor each month. Buen provecho!
Have you ever thought about opening a food business? On today’s show,
we’ll talk about what it takes to start and grow a business. First we speak
with Robin Want from Ascent Funding about how to fund a business. Then we
talk to two food businesses - Margaux Muller Margalaxy...
On this episode, we learned all about the magic of fermentation. We talked
to a tempeh maker, learned about fermenting vegetables, and chatted with
Jon Kenneth McCamman owner of Squirrel and Crow Tempeh
Sarah Pesout, The Fermentista
Let’s learn about mushrooms! How to find them in the forest, how to grow
your own at home, and what it takes to grow mushrooms commercially. We’re
talking to Riley Sevigny owner of Mindful Mushrooms and Jordan Weiss of
Fungables. We’ll also get an update on food and farm po...
It's spring and more than flowers are popping up! On our 3/20 show we’re
talking popup restaurants - what they are, why people love them, and how
they’re impacting Portland’s food scene. We’ll discuss the economics
and benefits of popups with four chefs and the Oregonian’s ...
This episode of the food show is all about labor. We'll be talking with food
system workers in fast food restaurants, grocery stores, and on the farm.
Emmett Schlenz of the Burgerville Workers Union (BVWU) will talk about the
fight for better wages and working conditions an...
Today’s show is about food labels on plant based dairy and meat products.
We’ll speak with experts about what plant-based foods should be called
and why the animal meat and dairy industries are pushing back against
plant-based products. We’ll also talk with national a...
Nothing says "Let's eat!" like the holidays. Our December show
is about holiday food traditions and learning about emergency shelters.
We’ll hear a story about holidays and ice cream from Jared Goodman of
Morgan Street Theater, talk to Nikki Brown about celebrating Kwanzaa,...
The Food Show is evolving! Today on the show we'll be introducing the new
host, Emily Becker. She'll be talking with former host Chris Seigel about his
time at the Food Show as well as what he has ahead of him.
We'll also have our monthly garden chat with Marisha Auerbach. ...
In Oregon, it is illegal to sell raw cow milk in retail stores, but many
people are finding delicious health benefits to restoring traditional
raw cow milk to their family meals. We interview Theo and Kira Wadman who
run Helios Farms. Helios Farms legally delivers raw milk ...
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At the end of this month, the Northwest Permaculture Convergence will be
taking place in Toledo, Washington. I'm talking with the coordinator of the
convergence, Laura Sweany, about what attendees can expect this year. You can
learn more about the NWPCC here.
One of the fi...