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  • Vandana Shiva: The Future of Food, Part 3

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    S 2010 : Ep 03.16.10 - 3/16/10

    In part 3 of this final installment, Dr. Vandana Shiva takes us back to the role of organic farming, and to the organic farmer who she believes embodies the best scientists of our time.moreless
  • How to Make Gourmet Mac & Cheese

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    S 2010 : Ep 01.26.10 - 1/26/10

    Learn how to make classic macaroni and cheese. Adding all-natural ingredients to this comfort food and cooking from scratch creates a dish that is distinctly different from what you buy in the box.moreless
  • Monastery Mustard

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    S 2007 : Ep 12.06.07 - 12/6/07

    The recipe for this handmade mustard remains a closely guarded secret. The Benedictine Sisters at Queen of Angels Monastery make mustard from an old family recipe; the proceeds help to feed the local homeless as well as migrant families.moreless
  • A New Family Farmer

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    S 2007 : Ep 10.29.07 - 10/29/07

    Since the 1930s, five million family farms in the US have shut down. Most surviving farms these days are not small family operations. As family farmers age, there remains a critical shortage of younger farmers to take their place. Meet Michael Paine - not only has he come into farming without a farming background, but he is also relatively young.moreless
  • How to Make Summer Squash Stuffed with Rice

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    S 2007 : Ep 10.09.07 - 10/9/07

    Cookbook author and chef Linda Sawaya shows us how to make a traditional Lebanese dish - summer squash stuffed with rice.
  • How to Make Small Batch Jam

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    S 2007 : Ep 07.19.07 - 7/19/07

    Marge Braker of Preserve, a former home economics teacher, demonstrates her technique for making strawberry jam.
  • Call of the Honeybees

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    S 2007 : Ep 06.15.07 - 6/15/07

    It is no secret that human industry has created an obvious toll on the environment. In this show, learn about how honeybees have specifically been affected by the human use of dangerous chemicals.moreless
  • Philip Mote: Climate Change & Global Warming

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    S 2007 : Ep 04.10.07 - 4/10/07

    Days before the long anticipated release of a major report on climate change, Climate Change 2007, by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, we sat down with Research Scientist Philip Mote, to discuss his views on global warming.moreless
  • Steve Cohen: Food Policy Council

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    S 2007 : Ep 04.10.07 - 4/10/07

    Food Policy Councils are a relatively new phenomenon across the country. Designed to identify and address key issues that impact food on local communities, Steve Cohen from the Portland, Oregon Office of Sustainable Development, explains their importance.moreless
  • Dan Imhoff: What Can You Do?

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    S 2007 : Ep 04.10.07 - 4/10/07

    Passage of the 2007 Farm Bill may occur this year in September, but that's just the beginning of the food fight!
  • Dan Imhoff: Why Is The Farm Bill So Important?

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    S 2007 : Ep 04.10.07 - 4/10/07

    Politics can often seem far removed from our present realities, take for instance, the Farm Bill. Is it really that important?
  • Dan Imhoff: Shifting Winds

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    S 2007 : Ep 04.10.07 - 4/10/07

    Dan Imhoff explains how there are cracks forming in the Farm Bill alliance. A number of opposing interest groups may be coming together to push the Farm Bill toward a new direction.
  • Dan Imhoff: The System Is Broken

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    S 2007 : Ep 04.10.07 - 4/10/07

    The Farm Bill provides 23 billion dollars in subsidies to farmers who grow commodity crops, but little to help farmers grow crops that are healthy for people to eat.
  • Dan Imhoff: An Introduction to the Farm Bill

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    S 2007 : Ep 04.10.07 - 4/10/07

    The Farm Bill legislation costs taxpayers $90 billion dollars in farm subsidies and benefits mainly a small percentage of big commodity farmers.
  • Urban Fruit Gleaning

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    S 2007 : Ep 04.10.07 - 1/28/58

    It's conservation at its best. "Urban fruit gleaning", puts volunteers to work collecting fresh fruit from neighborhood trees, that would otherwise go to waste, and distributibuting the fruit to Food Banks, and other organizations serving the poor.moreless
  • Dan Imhoff: Historical Roots and Evolution of the Farm Bill

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    S 2007 : Ep 04.01.07 - 4/1/07

    The Farm Bill comes up for renewal every 5 to 7 years. Part 2 reveals the surprising truth about the Farm Bill, promises made are not necessarily kept.
  • How to Make Dungeness Crab Salad with Fennel & Curry Mayonnaise

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    S 2007 : Ep 03.02.07 - 3/2/07

    Professional chef, culinary instructor and cookbook author Stu Stein demonstrates how to make a Dungeness crab salad with fennel and curry mayonnaise.
  • The Vision: A Sustainable Restaurant

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    S 2007 : Ep 03.02.07 - 3/2/07

    Stu Stein, the owner of restaurant Terroir, shares his philosophy and vision on creating a restaurant from the ground up. Terroir's focus is on locally produced food, preserving social tastes, and good land stewardship.moreless
  • A Good Justice

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    S 2007 : Ep 02.18.07 - 2/18/07

    See the history of a successful sausage-making family business over the course of four generations.
  • George Taylor: Climate Change & Global Warming

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    S 2007 : Ep 02.18.07 - 2/18/07

    State of Oregon Climatologist George Taylor has a different view on global warming and the degree to which human activity has altered our climate.
  • Canning Pears

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    S 2007 : Ep 01.23.07 - 1/23/07

    Learn how to can fresh pears with retired home economics teacher Marge Braker.
  • How to Make a Pie Top Lattice

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    S 2006 : Ep 11.20.06 - 11/20/06

    Watch a professional pastry chef demonstrate an easy way to build a lattice top for a homemade pie.
  • Brad Can Cook

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    S 2006 : Ep 10.19.06 - 10/19/06

    What happens when you put three teenagers in a kitchen? Learn how teenagers can cook with a sustainable and organic focus.
  • Food Network: Community Supported Agriculture

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    S 2006 : Ep 08.08.06 - 8/8/06

    Meet an urban farmer who uses the community-supported agriculture model to produce sustainable crops that are cost-efficient, fresh, and offer local members a stake in the harvest.
  • Dutch Oven Gathering: Dog Gone Good!

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    S 2006 : Ep 08.01.06 - 8/1/06

    See a cookout at a Dutch Oven Gathering. You're in for a treat if you've never been to one before.
  • Cake Decorating: Fun With Fondant

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    S 2006 : Ep 07.25.06 - 7/25/06

    A cake decorator demonstrates the many uses of fondant for cakes, candies, and pastries.
  • Type 1 Diabetes: Calvin's War

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    S 2006 : Ep 07.18.06 - 7/18/06

    Calvin is a 10-year-old boy who has Type 1 diabetes and a deep enthusiasm for life. But every day is a battle against an enemy that will not back down and that science cannot yet defeat.moreless
  • Going Whole Hog

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    S 2006 : Ep 07.04.06 - 7/4/06

    World champion BBQer Mike Davis is a cancer survivor who has made his life's passion into an extremely successful career.
  • Artisan Cheese on the Farm

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    S 2006 : Ep 06.27.06 - 6/27/06

    A farmstead cheesemaker talks about what it is like to be a cheesemaker on a small farm. Farmstead cheese is made only from milk that comes from animals raised on one particular farm - creating a distinctive taste and quality.moreless
  • The Awesome Whisk

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    S 2006 : Ep 06.20.06 - 6/20/06

    Whisks are found in almost every kitchen, but there is only one manufacturer in the U.S. that makes them. Come with us to the Best Manufacturers plant to see how a whisk is made.moreless
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