The Food Peddler's Podcast: Presented by FarmTableWest
By Zach Buchel
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Hey there! Thanks so much for stopping by. I'm Zach Buchel, a guy who’s always excited about Good Food. I couldn’t stop thinking about it if I tried. I love it all. Saying it’s an obsession would be an understatement. I own FarmTableWest (a.k.a. farmtablewest.com), which is an Online Farmer's Market stationed in Cody, Wyoming where we peddle Good Food, and then bring it to you! It's pretty cool. This channel is here to share our super cool interviews with farmers, business owners, or just random thoughts that pop in my head. Hope you enjoy, and thanks so much for your support!
||CleanAmerican Beef, from Small to Big to Small Again: Jack Schmidt||In this episode Jack tells us what it was like to live through the changes America has seen in farming. Jack was born on a small diversified farm on the Kansas/Missouri border, eventually worked in industrial beef production, hosted a farm radio show all over the west and is now the Farm To Table Liaison at Central Wyoming College in Riverton, WY. We're ecstatic to connect with Jack about this topic and will definitely have him on again to talk about connecting farmers in Wyoming.||3/20/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWheat Growin' in Wyoming: Caitlin Youngquist PhD in Soil Science and UW Extension Educator||The University of Wyoming has a very exciting project they're launching this year that involves growing First Grains in Wyoming. These grains are fairly rare these days due to their difficulty to grow and low yields. UW is launching a brand for these Wyoming Grown Grains called Neolithic and hope to build the brand over the next few years to develop a product that small to mid size farms can grow all over the state. Caitlin is one of the catalysts on this project and tells us all about these wheats and the project as a whole. To learn more visit http://www.uwagec.org/neolithicbrand/ or contact Caitlin at 307-347-3431 or email@example.com .||3/15/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanLocal Foods to Local Schools: Gen Sheets (Nutrition Director of Park County School District #6)||Farm To School is happening in Park County! Gen talks about her background with nutrition in Alaska and success stories there that she's trying to make a reality in Cody. The momentum that she's started has gotten the ball rolling and hopefully in the future most of the school's lunch program will be locally produced! If you'd like to support her fundraising efforts drop off or mail a check to Park6-f2s, 919 Cody Ave. Cody Wyoming 82414 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!||3/6/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow to make Good Food "Cool" for Kids: Porter Koury||Porter is a certified Health Coach through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York and pursuing her Masters Degree in Clinical Nutrition. In this episode we chat about getting kids excited about healthy eating at a young age, and some fun ways to do it. Enjoy!||2/26/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhy feeding your gut is Good: Joel Sauers of Sauers Family Farm||Joel takes us on the journey of how her family arrived in Cody from South Carolina. She also tells us why probiotic food like her kombucha, fermented pickles and kimchi help feed our gut with good bacteria to fight the bad. She talks about her big dreams to teach people about farming in the future as well. Her 4 year old son Jacob also chimes in with his $.02 a time or two.||2/20/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat people used to eat, do, and see in Yellowstone: Bob Richard||Bob takes us on a journey of what life used to be like for tourists coming to Cody and Yellowstone. Coming from many different parts of the country, people had never seen bears, eaten camp food, or traveled to the west. Bob's family paved the way for future generations to come and enjoy this part of the world.||2/13/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanGreenhouse in Lovell, Wyoming: Jeanine Swift||Jeanine Swift of Lovell Inc. shares her background of farming in Long Island, NY as well as the housing and greenhouse projects they have going. The goal being to grow produce September through February in Northern Wyoming and selling it to local businesses. If you'd like to see local tomatoes, greens or even fruit in the winter send Lovell Inc. a letter of support at P.O. Box 566, 142 E. 3rd st. Lovell, WY 82431 or email email@example.com||2/8/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanLand Salmon (Lamb) in Wyoming: Kevin & Keri Schilthuis||Kevin & Keri walk us through the ingenious 12 Aprils system that they use to provide fresh forage for their lamb 12 months a years. The results they've gotten on Bentonite clay soil in Lovell, Wyoming speak for themselves. If you're interested in learning more or meeting these folks check out www.fortcauseway.com||2/4/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA Cody, WY Rancher for over 30 years: Dale Neff||How Dale has connected Cody, WY with his grass fed beef for over 30 years.||2/4/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA Deity Chocolate Story: Jake & Erin Robertson||In this episode we get the scoop from Wyoming's Willie Wonka, A.K.A. Jake Robertson and his wife Erin. Learn how they got started making chocolate in Cody, Wyoming and how insanely good for you dark chocolate is.||2/4/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
This podcast is such a blast to listen to. I love the wide array of topics and Zach's goofy personality. I'm excited about something new after every episode.