How To Eat To Save The Planet is the podcast that takes a comprehensive look at sustainable food production from field to fork. Each week, food journalist Gilly Smith looks at how we can learn from the past to net-zero the way we eat by learning some of the traditional skills that have got lost in our shrink-wrapped, consumption-heavy, busy-brained lives, rolling back the years to a time when food came from around the corner, when living off the land meant living lightly on the planet - and to find out how to do it now.
Gilly concludes series one with a possible answer to the title question of How to Eat To Save The Planet. With the help of Hodmedod's co-founder Nick Saltmarsh and eco-chef Tom Hunt, she discovers the story of a very British bean. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Melissa Hemsley - eco-queen and author of Eat Green - raids the fridge at top cookery school Cucina Caldesi to show us what can be made using a bunch of old carrots and a lot of creativity. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy