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Food Smarts

Join Nutrition Consultant and Food Literacy Coach Kirsten Serrano of Small Wonder Food and Amie Mullikin as we talk about all things food. The focus is on helping people gain energy, focus, productivity, and health by using the power of food to nourish themselves. We also talk about a wide variety of food literacy topics---from raising your own food to food's intersection with culture and politics. Whether you are just curious about better nutrition or have some serious chronic/autoimmune issues, we have something for you.
 
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Dec 27, 2018

Improving your nutrition means getting in the kitchen and shaking things up. Kirsten and Amie give you their pics for can't-lose cookbooks. Whether you are brand new in the kitchen or a seasoned cook looking to shake things up (or just want a good laugh), there is something here for everyone.

Here are the books we...


Dec 20, 2018

Kirsten talks about the 6 food literacy book titles she recommends for those wanting to really understand how food is produced in this country, how it needs to be, and how we can take control of our health and our grocery dollar.

In January, the monthly Food Literacy Book Club kicks off. If you can't make the local...


Dec 13, 2018

In the second part of Kirsten's Interview with Mary Lehmkuhl Lutz (see episode 11 for part one), Mary talks about starting her urban farm, the realities of the business side of farming, farm to table restaurants, and what the future holds for her.


Dec 6, 2018

In episode 12 of Food Smarts, Amie and I talk about the common roadblocks women put up while putting off feeling better.  Amie opens up about what was holding her back from making changes and what she had to do to get started. 

In the episode, we also have a discussion of what real self-care looks like.  What kinds of...


Nov 29, 2018

Kirsten interviews Mary Lehmkuhl Lutz, owner of Sun and Moon Farm. In this episode, Mary tells the story of how she became a farmer (when she thought that was not possible for her) and talks about how the Purdue organic student farm came into existence.