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A foraging podcast adventure where we dive into all of the amazing untamed flavors you can find trailside, curbside, and low tide; where the best food is FREE. In this aural exploration, we will discuss wild plants with the people that eat them around the world. The goal is to learn, and share, but also lessen the stigma surrounding the wild edible plants and mushrooms that surround us. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-baker62/support
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Ben (@4plexdining) is a chef in Missouri that overcame the difficulties during the pandemic by wielding foraged ingredients to create a a baked good/fermented beverage pop-up out of his kitchen. Most recently he helped start and lead Temperence Kitchen, a dining experience whose proceeds are forwarded to "Ben's Friends" an awesome organization that…
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Danny Pejsa is a Chef working in the Lansing, MI area! Chef Danny is passionate about close-to-source dining and there's plenty of overlap with foraging within that scope. We also chat about his experience cooking with previous guest Alan Bergo @foragerchef at the Midwest Wild Harvest Festival in 2023.Say "YES, CHEF!" to this episode of WEWP!!--- S…
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Spencer Lowery is the Treasurer for the Alabama Mushroom Society and a lifelong forager. We got to know Spencer more in our conversation, like his favorite mushrooms to eat and his upcoming mushroom events!He's not on Instagram, but catch him on TikTok or Patreon at "foragenorthamerica" to follow his exploits and recipes across the country!It was a…
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We have the distinct pleasure of chatting with Orion about cheeseburgers and books... I mean foraging!!! Nah, we cover it all in this awesome episode with @foragecolorado ; content creation, his natural resources degree and occupation, and of course all of his favorite foraging stories!! Orion is the best- but if you are in the online foraging comm…
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Come with us on a culinary journey exploring Biagio DiSalvo's past and current experiences with foraging. We discuss his history in science, his favorite recipes to make and, of course, all about his foraging path!! Follow him at @bscucinaWe can't wait to see what else he cooks up and maybe a future collab?? 👀Love you guys, thanks for listening!!! …
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Allen is a pure spore force and is obsessed with eliminating food waste. In this fresh new episode, Michael and Steve talk about Allen's history in Big Mushroom and what foraged ingredients he's currently into. Allen is also an integral part of Colorado Essence Festival with several other major mushroom creators!! We hope you enjoy this dope episod…
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We have an episode from the WEWP VAULT today- here's a previously unreleased phone call we had with the dynamite Colter Barnes from History's ALONE season 8! We talk a lot about his foraging during the show, the adversity he faced, as well as his lifestyle and plans in Alaska!! This is such a good episode and went on the shelf for a while due to th…
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Time-travel back to fall with this special episode of WEWP where Steve and Michael talk about SCRUMPING and taste-test several wild varieties of apples and compare them to a few "control" grocery store apples.This is an ASMR-heavy episode with just the boys out in the woods that will leave y'all wanting to go scrumping!! This is a late release mean…
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Brad is a wetlands scientist and reached out to talk to your two favorite foraging hosts! In this new episode WEWP#65 with Brad Earnest we chat about his favorite and least favorite plants, his experience with helping homeowners burn or select plants for wetland restoration!We met at a local library to chat so enjoy this NPR-vibe heavy episode, hah…
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Get pecan crazy!! We talked with Farmer Dave of @rockbridgetrees about the diversity in pecans and how accessible and beneficial nut trees are to our environment, our bellies, and even our pocketbooks! Dave is such an inspirational nursery grower with a lot history and personality and we barely scratched the surface with this interview!Hope you all…
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We're back to our classic format!! Interviewing foragers is fun and all but we wanted to bring it back to our core with just Michael and Steve this episode. A couple of sweeties discussing a sweet sweet plant, the honey locust!Listen to them discuss the visual varieties this tree possesses as well as the awesome sweetness it contains!! Hope you enj…
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Doug lives in the Chicago suburbs and wanted to call in to chat with your resident foragers Michael and Steve about raising Icelandic sheep, foraging, and finding new passions!! We love chatting with our listeners! Douglas doesn't have a social media @ but still streams our show (thanks Douglas!!!) and sent us a bunch of photos of his different pro…
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WOWEE-WOW were we excited to chat with Shane Alden Edwards @the_wild_dryad ! Shane is a multifaceted forager and artist in the Chicago suburbs so he met up with Michael and Steve for little to talk plants!Check out his art on his website and his myriad of videos on his socials, Shane is super cool!--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotif…
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In episode 60 (!!) Chef Lorenzo Tavani @lorenzo__cooks schools Michael and Steve on his history in the culinary field and his inspirations to start foraging. Lorenzo has all sorts of dinner events in Colombus throughout the year so follow his IG and check his website for scheduling updates!! You're definitely going to want to gobble up his food AND…
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The fellas had an awesome call with musician and forager Sean Rowe about his history with foraging! Sean has a deep history with music and foraging and the two come together with his new YouTube series "Can I Eat This, Sean" where he hosts a fellow musician through a new foraging experience and then have a jam session. He's certainly one of the coo…
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The boys have a long chat with Wade Fox, @foxamongbears , to chat about all things Koji, fermentation, the maillard process, and of course foraging!!Wade is an absolute creative force of nature and weilds his skills like a master in the kitchen, yet humbly and hungrily learns from his peers.We can't wait to taste more of his wizardry - listen to th…
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In this episode, Steve and Michael sit down with a couple pieces of mail they've received over the last couple of weeks and talk about the talented folks we share this community with!!In the second half they discuss the new merch and taste the new hot sauce on air!Keep on scrumpin', folks.Love y'all ❤️--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.sp…
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Jesse is coming to us from Alabama to take us to Acorn School! In this episode we took a deep dive into Jesse's history with acorns; the whole A-Z on processing and eating. We loved having him on and his online presence is excellent- check him out on all the socials and videosites @feralforagingMuch love, Jesse, can't wait to have you back!!!--- Su…
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Pretty much exactly one month ago, Michael spent some time in Minnesota and while he was there he sat down with Tim Clemens, @mnforager , for a lovely little chat regarding Tim's origin story in the first half and then after the break they munch on some "Buzz button" or "electric daisies"! Tune in for our electrifying conversation!--- Support this …
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Bonus Labor Day episode! This is a long overdue release with Jon Miller regarding our collaboration together! Michael went on a brisk morning walk with Jon to chat about the spruce tip collecting we did as an event for their brewery membership program. For a little while longer, you too can enjoy the fruits of our labor with the Morton Arboretum, a…
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Bonus episode! Friend of the cast, Luke Oswald, recently interview WEWP host Steve Cantu on his show Publicly Challenged! Here's the episode info from his feed: In this episode, I talk to Steve Cantu of Wild Edible World Podcast. We sat in a park at a picnic table and discussed our lack of chanterelle that we had found and decided to record an epis…
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From ToS feed: NEW DROP with Michael Baker and Steve Cantu of Wild Edible World Podcast and it's too fresh; punintended.Michael and Steve discuss their backgrounds, how they teamed up, the history of foraging and the impact of agriculture vs. foraging.This episode is a substantial reminder to get outside and truly enjoy everything that nature has t…
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Many know of Milkweed as a wonderful pollinator plant, but did you know it is also delicious?? On this episode the boys discuss how to identify Milkweed, how to prepare it to eat, how to distinguish it from dogbane, and on the second half they have a little Milkweed bud snack!Listen and share the show from your favorite platform (except utoob 😬).Te…
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In this smasher of an ep, the boys enjoy the rain as they talk about one of their very favorite herbs: beebalm! Like many plants, it has several common names but the flavor is all the same. Packed with deep oregano-like flavor, this plant can be used in a variety of food ways and is a highly popular plant for native pollinators. Classic 2-for-1!!Li…
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We had the distinct pleasure of chatting with Lorelle about seaweed! Lorelle is currently based out in Oregon but has a varied past through Appalachia- this shows in her unique perspective of flavors, stories, and conservation.Follow her online at @lorellemorel and please consider reviewing the show wherever you can or tell your friend about us- yo…
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This episode the boys sit down with the incredible talented @foragerdad Cade who makes candies with a variety of foraged ingredients. Through his business, @viridescencecandyco, he expertly captures the essences of a variety of ethereal plants and produces gorgeous, sparkly, sweet handmade suckers and crystal sugar geodes.We had such a blast talkin…
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Luke Oswald is a lifelong student of the outdoors and friend of the pod. On his show, he speaks to many prominent naturalists, hunters and foragers about their techniques and general life chat.He was such a fun guest to have on and we can't wait to collab with him further. We'll be looking for any and every excuse to talk with him again!!--- Suppor…
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This week we have a special Forager Highlight episode where we sat down with friend and sponsor of the show, Brendon Fox of Keweenaw Apothecary!We talk in person about his origins, his inspirations, and also his incredible products. Thanks for listening!Be sure you follow Brendon at @fox.up.north and check out his etsy store also @keweenaw_apotheca…
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Pink Drink!!This episode the boys return from "spring break" to talk about a common spring bloomer: the Dame's Rocket, hesperis matronalis!A spicy but delicious member of the mustard family, the plant has many edible stages and a variety of uses.Please remember to highly rate and review our show wherever possible- it costs you 0 cents and really he…
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Michael and Steve take aim at a recently somewhat controversial wild edible plant, the daylily!In this episode we talk about the daylily edible parts, notes on toxicity, toxic lookalikes, and long history of human consumption!While Michael and Steve have never gotten ill from eating it, mostly we referenced Marie Viljoen's book Forage, Harvest, Fea…
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Michael and Steve chat about one of the most common mushrooms around! The pheasantback! Surely, if you've been morel hunting even once, you've probably come across this sometimes massive mushroom. Listen now wherever you listen to podcasts, and remember to rate and review our fun little show if you've liked it :)--- Support this podcast: https://po…
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If you've been following @edible_illinois for any time, you know he loves moss. In this episode, Michael and Steve speak generally on mosses, how they feel, their edibility, and their expansiveness. In the second half, the boys take you out on the trail for a moss tasting and some ASMR action, WEWP-style. Hope you enjoy the episode!!--- Support thi…
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This episode Michael takes you to a family-owned and operated commercial maple farm in Illinois! It is a little special for how far south it is for typical maple tapping but the age and longevity of the forest really bring its own special tones to the sirup. In the interview, Jeff and Grace talk about day-to-day work on a maple farm and what it tak…
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Another fun episode for you WEWPers out there where we talk about the importance of pollinators while bringing a spotlight to a pretty underrated pollinator and seed distributor- the humble bat! Evynn Davis joins us on the second half to share about her time researching fruit bats in Panama.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/p…
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JB Douglas: queer forager, Master's student, and Foraged.com icon has joined the show to chat! While being one of our first and biggest fans, JB has made a footprint in the foraging world with his personality and photography skills. We love his work on his personal food page, jbdouglas.food and the recipe work, cooking, and photography with foraged…
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A very WEWP Wednesday to you all! This episode Michael and Steve talk about remedies we love to help bolster our health through the colder, less sunny, less active months. Be sure to tag us in photos of your remedies or wild food creations, we'd love to see what our listeners are making!!! Also if you've bought a pin from us- show us what you put i…
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Michael and Steve sit down with Mike Lagodny, professional wildlife guide and long-time friend of Steve! We chat about what it's like living practically on Yellowstone National Park, Mike's favorite foragables, his business "Montana Yellowstone Tours", as well as some good reading recommendations! Listen wherever you get your pods and if you're eve…
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The winter "preservation" series continues with dehydration. Michael and Steve talk about how they've dehydrated wild food in the past and all the pros and cons that come with it, as well as some more unconventional dehydrating ideas we've talked about in previous episodes. Thanks for listening to our show, this is officially the last episode of 20…
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We had the absolute pleasure of having a long chat with Lisa M. Rose, author of the new book Urban Foraging. We chat about the book, her personal inspiration for foraging, and so so much more. We sincerely hope to talk with her again and hope you all enjoy this special extended episode this holiday season. Our merch store can be found at wildedible…
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We're back with our regularly scheduled Wednesday episode to talk about acorns! Many of you may already be familiar with the acorn as a food as we go a little bit into how to process it, how we've enjoyed it, and its nutritional qualities but there may still be a few resources you might not have known! Not included in the show, but was intended to …
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We come back for our first second part (😅) to go a little deeper on apples, history of apples in North America, as well as a fun extra second half where we plug a new book that was sent to us by Lisa M. Rose. Thanks as always to Brett Westcott for our excellent music and to Laura Feller for our logo! It helps the show a lot if you spread the word w…
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Episode 25 is here! It's about crabapples- an amazing fruit with more variety in flavor, size and appearance than just about any other wild fruit. Listen now to hear the fellas enjoy cider at a local cidery and discuss the variety of flavors and opportunities apples offer.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-bak…
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In this week's episode, Michael and Steve focus mostly on the invasive multiflora rose, but most of the information could be applied to all true roses. There's tons of rosehips out and they're starting to get ripe right now so have a nibble, put 'em in tea, or make some syrup! As always, thanks for listening. Be sure to rate and review the show whe…
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