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Fruit Love Letters
Fruit Love Letters is a curious dive into the Anthropocene through fruit-colored glasses. Host Jessamine Starr may not be a botanist, historian, farmer or an expert on fruit, but as a chef in Atlanta she's simply had a lifetime love affair with it. So, she began penning love letters to fruit. This podcast pairs those letters with her desires to learn more. From the miraculous survival adventure of the avocado, to the nurturing personality of a fig, we’ll traverse the world of fruit through emotional meanderings and expanding a hunger for more information. Through discussions with farmers,...
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 44 ratings
Soothing, sensual and dreamy. I savor these episodes the way the host savors every fruit she writes about. As a professional in the food industry this podcast helps me connect with my younger self whose interest in food was rooted in desire and curiosity (before my days became filled with email,...Read full review »
_Gwendalion via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/16/22
Great find!
Expert writing and interesting stories! Not overly edited like so many otherwise good podcasts out there (like 99 PI, whyyy do you need 4 people to say just one paragraph??).
acornsquashberries via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/10/22
Relax and hear about Fuit
Fruit history, story telling, and recipes. So satisfying
Bleembloom via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/08/22
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