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Meet Tara Whitsitt, of Fermentation on Wheels. Fermentation on Wheels is a community of gastronomic nomads focused on providing free food education across the United States. Their community has converted a school bus to house a fully equipped kitchen and workshop space powered by solar. Fermentation on Wheels is now traveling across the country to harvest produce alongside small-scale farmers, and hold workshops on the importance of fermentation and micro-agriculture. On an off-site episode of Fuhmentaboudit, Mary Izett chats with Tara on the bus about all things fermentable! This program was brought to you by Bonnie Plants.

"Fermentation on wheels came to me in a dream which I just thought was funny at first.. it was just a lovely dream where i was driving around fermenting food." [03:00]

"I'm always seeking out kombucha cultures that are really interesting. Kombucha is one of my power foods." [20:00]

--Tara Whitsitt on Fuhmentaboudit!


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This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda explores the origin of the chocolate chip cookie. Her guest Carolyn Wyman is the author of The Great American Chocolate Chip Cookie, among other books that document the history of America's most iconic foods. Later, Linda and Carolyn discuss the history of SPAM. This program has been sponsored by Fairway Market. Today's music provided by Plexophonic.

"Cookies are not on the dessert menu for most restaurants; it's more of a home food." [23:45]

--Carolyn Wyman on A Taste of the Past


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This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is joined by celebrity pastry chef to the stars Eric Lanlard who has recently published several recipe books for baking at home. He discusses the origins of baking and the history of prominent bakers who worked under harsh conditions and the comparison to baking today. Hear chef Lanlard talk about early recipe creation and baking for the Queen of England and her passion for food. He discusses the history of Antonin Careme's baking for royal courts as well as his own cooking for celebrities. His most recent book is a selection of recipes for home baking called "Tart It Up!" This program was sponsored by Whole Foods Market.

"I wanted to put [savory baking] back in fashion." [2:01]

"I know what it's like to put something on the table and get the wow factor." [2:03]

"I like giving more tips, I like getting more flavors." [2:04]

"Baking is like chemistry." [2:05]

"I want to make [baking] accessible." [2:05]

-- Eric Lanlard, Pastry Chef on A Taste of the Past


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