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Year of Plenty Podcast

An Arts, Food and Health podcast featuring Poldi Wieland
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Episodes of Year of Plenty Podcast

This episode is a conversation with my friend and fellow foodie Caleb Sindic all about the beef supply chain in America and why beef prices have increased in 2021.Episode Overview:What metric is used to measure food prices in the US?What has ha
This episode is a conversation with Zach Slattery, a bowhunter from Australia. Zach gives us the rundown on hunting in Australia where he and his mates hunt feral goats, hogs, and more.Episode OverviewGame species classification and tag system
This episode is a conversation with  Caleb Kasper, Matt Arnt, Tom Siefkes. They are good friends I met back in La Crosse Wisconsin & we have hunted, fished, and cooked many times together.It was great to catch up and hear how the wild food harv
In this episode, I get into the meat and potatoes behind grassfed labels on beef and dairy products.  Ever wonder what grassfed really means? What it really takes to put these labels on packaging? Learn all about this and more on the Year of Pl
This episode is a conversation with Stephan Van Vliet. He earned his PhD in Kinesiology and Community Health & received post-doctoral training at the Center for Human Nutrition in the Washington University in St Louis School of Medicine. Dr. va
This episode is a conversation with Mary Ruddick on the traditional diets of the Masaai and Hadzabe peoples. Mary is a certified nutrition coach, educator, and has authored several books and online educational programs. She is known to find sol
This episode is a conversation with salt expert Darryl Bosshardt from Redmond Realsalt. Darryl has studied salt his whole life and I figured it would be good for us to hear about such an essential ingrdient from him. We use salt everyday, but m
This episode is a conversation with my good friends and fellow outdoorsmen Caleb and Dylan. Both of them spend a lot of their free time either hunting, fishing, foraging, or all of them together. They are also grad students at the University of
Today's episode is a conversation with my friend Ryan Estep who runs an awesome Instagram account called @meatyourwild! Ryan is currently on a carnivore or "ALL MEAT” diet for health reasons. Since he eats meat everyday he has mastered cooking
This episode is a conversation with Zach Ferenbaugh. He is a lifelong hunter and one of the best public land hunters that I know of. Zach is also one of the guys who started the Hunting Public, which is a media company that produces elite conte
This episode is a conversation with my stepbrother Max who is a biodynamic farmer in Germany. Max and I have shared a passion for food and he outdoors forever! He is also the one who influenced the way I think about food today by introducing me
This episode is a conversation with Luke Reeves, who is an avid outdoorsman and gardener. Over the last month him and others have been working hard to bring the Hunting Collective to life. The Hunting Collective is a new organization that was c
This episode is a conversation with Tom Volk who is a world-renowned mycologist and professor at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse. He teaches numerous courses such as Medical Mycology, Plant-Microbe Interactions, Food & Industrial Mycolo
In this week's episode, I talk to Victor from Brazil, who has spent most of his life learning about environmental science, sustainable food systems, and Syntropic farming. Victor and his friend were the first people to start a Syntropic farm in
In today's episode I talk to Jennifer Cote, who currently runs a Wild Crafting business called Moose Mushroom and Mud out in British Columbia, Canada! I wanted to have Jennifer on to have a conversation about how we can harvest the sap from bir
This episode is a conversation with outdoors man, Andy McLaughlin. Andy has been a student of nature his entire life and has a passion for cooking and sourcing his food ingredients from his garden, the wild or people in his region. Episode Over
This episode is a conversation with ethnobotany enthusiast and wild food instructor, Kyle Chamberlain. Stick around until the end of the episode to learn who won the hand-forged damscus steel cleaver.Episode Overview:Kyle's journey into the wor
This episode is a conversation with Marty Kendall who runs the popular blog called Optimizing Nutrition.Episode Overview:Marty's journey and why he started his blogWe dive into what it means to eat a nutrient-dense dietWe go over the different
This week's episode is a conversation with Lora Lea and Rick Misterly who run a small farm in Northeastern Washington State.Episode Overview:Ricks and Lora Lea’s journey, how the farm got startedThe evolution of the local food movement as Rick
This week's episode is a conversation with Bruce McGlenn, founder of Human Nature Hunting School. I actually worked for Bruce out at his school in the beautiful mountain range of North Eastern Washington over the summer. It was a fun time! This
This episode is a Foodies’ Roundtable conversation with Connor Schuler and Chip Ramsden.Episode Overview:Talking Scotch and BourbonNews about Future FoodRecipes/Foods we recommend trying at homeVIDEO LINK:https://www.bitchute.com/video/EonvcOBJ
This episode is a conversation with Francesco who is a veterinarian and wildlife photographer/filmmaker for Altitude and Trails, a hunting media project. During our conversation we talked about how to inspect animals you hunted, or raised, for
In this episode, I share what we know about the origins of cattle domestication and how they spread throughout the world.Episode Overview:The two places in which cattle were first domesticatedTaurine vs indicine cattle, and how they migratedThe
This episode is a recording of the Live Stream I did on Instagram a couple days ago. It was all about Fall Scouting for Wild Asparagus!Episode Overview:The Fall scouting process for Wild AsparagusWhat to look for in October and NovemberWhen and
This episode is a conversation with Doug Duren and Chris Ladika all about private land conservation and how a COOP conservation model could lead to more access to local food.Episode OverviewWhy we should care about conservation as participants
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