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Year of Plenty Podcast

An Arts, Food and Health podcast featuring Poldi Wieland
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This is a solo episode in which I detail my definition of real food.Support the podcast via donations:https://www.patreon.com/poldiwielandhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/yearofplentySign up for the newsletter:www.theyearofplenty.com/newsletterDo y
This episode is a conversation with my stepbrother Max Kuehnhoefer, a wholistic farmer. Max has dedicated the past 7 years of his life to learning as much about natural, biodiverse farming systems as possible.Episode Overview2023 Foodie GoalsBa
This episode is a conversation with Lily Nichols who is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and author. We sat down to talk about the dietary needs of pregnant women and how pregnancy can be optimized with real, whole foods. Which she covered i
This episode is a conversation with my buddies Shay Helm and Shane Weigand who have been hunting Montana and other parts of the great American wilderness for the last two decades.Both of them are very much into the culinary exploration of wild
This episode is a conversation with Dr. Hillary Lampers about living a simple life, focusing on eating real foods, and reconnecting with the old ways. As a doctor, Hillary offers a blend of Regenerative Medicine, Functional Medicine / Wellness,
This episode is a conversation with Dr. Miki Ben-Dor, a Paleoanthropologist at Tel Aviv University. His area of study examines the causal relationship between Paleolithic nutrition and human evolution. Figuring out what our ancestors ate can he
This episode is a conversation between me, Caleb Kasper, Dylan Baldassari, and Matt Arnt. These guys are my most hardcore hunting, fishing, and foraging buddies and I spent a ton of time with them going after wild foods in Wisconsin.Episode Ove
This episode is a conversation with Adam Berkelmans from www.theintrepideater.com.  He also runs the Antler and Fin podcast for Harvesting Nature. Adam is a wild food chef and explores plants, animals, and fungi in bold ways in the kitchen.Epis
This episode is a conversation with Cast Iron Kyle. Kyle is a cast iron aficionado, small business owner, and content creator. He spends much of his week hunting down rare vintage cast iron skillets for people or restoring ones that didn't get
This episode is a conversation with Dr. Andy Galpin, Professor of Kinesiology at California State University, Fullerton. He is one of the foremost experts in the world on human performance education. His focus is on the science and training met
This episode is a conversation with Chad Johnson who is a master ecosystem and edible forest garden designer. He has spent over two decades designing Food Forests and Water Landscapes worldwide. His early days as an ecosystem designer were spen
Today's episode is a conversation with Texas chef, butcher, and wild food enthusiast Jesse Griffiths! Jesse runs an amazing Restaurant in Texas called Dai Due and has written two very popular field-to-table books, the first one being Afield: A
This episode is a conversation with Craig Fear from Fearless Eating. Craig is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) and the author of several different books about soups and broths. His newest book is called New England Soups of th
In this episode, I go over 4 different plant species to forage for this Spring. Whether you are a beginner or already have some foraging experience below your belt, this episode will help you bring home delicious wid edibles and provide some in
A couple of months ago, I was invited by wild food writer, Tim Fowler to come on his podcast and talk about my journey into real foods / wild foods and some of the differences between the German and North American Hunting cultures.  I had a gre
This episode is a conversation with Ryan Estep, who is a lifelong hunter and currently on the carnivore diet. Ryan is a meat connoisseur and knows more about cooking it than anyone else I know. So it is always a pleasure to pick his brain and g
This episode is a conversation with Jacob Hernandez, who is one of my friends and fishing mentor. Over time, Jacob has acquired a ton of fishing knowledge. And although we could have touched on a bunch of different species in this episode, we d
This episode is a conversation with Dr. Devin Pettigrew, who just finished his doctoral program in archeology. Devin has been on a quest to research ancient hunting weapons and tactics, and broader implications of these aspects on social organi
This episode is a conversation with Craig Camp who has been heavily involved in the wine industry for over 30 years. After learning about wine production in Italy, he has worked with many different vineyards, been on the board of directors for
In today's episode, I chat with Tori Loomis all about life as a chef & how empowering it can be to get to know your food up close and personal. Tori is a chef and Louisiana native. She has practically spent most of her life cooking in professio
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
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