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Guest Heretic Dina Falconi - Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide And Wild Food Cookbook

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Dina Falconi - Foraging & Feasting A Field Guide And Wild Food Cookbook on The Nutrition Heretic pocdcast I’ve said it before — Americans have a horrible relationship with food. But our Guest Heretic Dina Falconi doesn’t. Join us for a sensuous walk where we’ll forage for delicious wild edibles, liberate ourselves from a broken food system, and nourish our souls using her gorgeous book Foraging & Feasting: a Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook.

Dina Falconi invites you to identify wild edible plants with instructive, botanical illustrations; harvest & cook them into delicious food with her recipes. To see what's on  Dina's menu, follow her through her website,Botanical Art Press, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

Highlights from today's episode:Foraging And Feasting

05:04 ~ Dina’s first experience with foraging

10:00 ~ Surprising foods that may be growing near you

12:25 ~ Two herbs that are surprisingly available and safe to pick

17:51 ~ How NOT to poison yourself

26:30 ~ Foraging: being cheap vs. food sovereignty

28:35 ~ The importance of regenerative harvesting

34:25 ~ What to know about foraging on public lands

50: 47 ~ How to use the recipes and develop your own

56:47 ~ Tips on getting started with foraging

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Let's Talk Breakfast: What Do You Eat? Weekly Q&A

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The Nutrition Heretic's Weekly Q & AWhy do we export our sub-quality food while complaining that other countries also do the same?  This week on the Nutrition Heretic's Weekly Q&A, the discussion revolves around garlic.  Is it a poison?  Why isn't it good for preserving?  What has Nikola's experience been with it?  Adrienne talks about what she's learned while earning a certificate as a Master Food Preserver to shed some light on the ins and outs of preserving and why starchy foods are not preserved. What do you consume for breakfast?  What's the difference between what Europeans and Americans eat; find out what our hosts typically eat, and how they change things up.

Tune in to hear this week's questions:

Today's episode ends not with questions for Adrienne, but rather with Adrienne asking questions to a listener, Judy:

  •  Why doesn't my hen lay eggs anymore?

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What is the Weekly Q&A?

Each week between podcast seasons Adrienne hosts a FB Live event to answer your questions

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How To Have Your Questions Answered

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It's a New Year and it's time to try something new and branch out!  The Nutrition Heretic podcast team is working hard behind the scenes to bring you even more awesome guests in the year ahead, as well as a few surprises!