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The Food History You're Not Supposed to Know

These conversations challenge common understandings of the origins of food, from cookbook authors working to decolonize our diets to chefs who question the value of "authenticity."
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  • The Indigenous Roots of American Cuisine, Explained
    E67: Indigenous American + African American food
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  • Sugar, Technology & Power
    The Unsweetened History and Technology of Sugar
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  • The Early History of Brewing Beer
    Red, White and Brew
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  • The African Roots of Southern Food
    AMERICAN BARBECUE
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  • Systemic Racism in Agriculture
    LEAH PENNIMAN: STAND UP TO THE BEAST
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  • How Industrialization Defines Regional American Cuisine
    Episode 338: American Cuisine and How It Got This Way
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  • How Chinese Immigrants Changed American Food
    Food is a Bridge with Francis Lam
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  • How "Authenticity" Shapes Power & Privilege in Cooking
    85: How Food "Authenticity" Commodifies Identities with Jenny Dorsey
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E67: Indigenous American + African American food
3 MINSPlayer Icon
The Unsweetened History and Technology of Sugar
5 MINSPlayer Icon
3 MINSPlayer Icon
3 MINSPlayer Icon
LEAH PENNIMAN: STAND UP TO THE BEAST
2 MINSPlayer Icon
Episode 338: American Cuisine and How It Got This Way
4 MINSPlayer Icon
Food is a Bridge with Francis Lam
3 MINSPlayer Icon
85: How Food "Authenticity" Commodifies Identities with Jenny Dorsey
4 MINSPlayer Icon
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