Edible Economy

Edible Economy

www.edibleeconomy.com/podcast
Local Food, Entrepreneur, Health, Environment


26: Booming Business or Bust
Jan 4 • 48 min
This week we talk about the companies whose piggy banks are overflowing and those that might need to be cracked into soon. From a local food unicorn to CBD & Beer, we have a breakdown of the some of the hottest companies out there right now and the ones…
25: The Moringa Tree Of Life
Dec 21, 2018 • 62 min
The Moringa tree has been dubbed the tree of life around the world because it’s amazing health benefits but, many have never heard of it. We have husband and wife entrepreneurs Rachael & Michal Kmita here to tell us all about Moringa and talk about their…
24: Food Science, Local Economy & Robots
Dec 7, 2018 • 46 min
We are back with the latest food in the news edition and we discuss the recent discovery of how an avocado seed can make natural food coloring, why a Canadian coffee shop is pivoting to cannabis and why robots may soon change the farming world. We also…
23: Bioplastics, Clean Meat & 3D Printed Food
Nov 24, 2018 • 45 min
This week we are kicking off our slightly new format with a bang! We dive right into the latest hot topics in the food & news world and discuss what exactly these advances are & could mean for the future. We cover bioplastics grown from waste bacteria, AI…
22: Life Coaching & Small Business
Nov 9, 2018 • 35 min
This week, we’re changing things up a bit. Kim sits down solo with business consultant & life coach for mompreneurs, Samantha Siffring. Owner of TBH Life Coaching & Podcast Host, Samantha specializes in helping women who want to pursue small business, are…
21: Farm Fest Wrap-up
Nov 2, 2018 • 34 min
We just wrapped up our Farm Fest last weekend and decided to do a podcast with all the amazing people who were involved and some of the ninjas that came out to compete. Joining us are Weatherman & 4-time American Ninja Warrior Contestant Joe Moravsky, Up…
20: Ensuring Farmland is Preserved… Forever
Oct 19, 2018 • 60 min
Agriculture & District Planning can be a complicated topic when trying to ensure the future of land & heritage, is a bright one. We have Agriculture Innovations Specialist, Anneli Berube here to tell us some of the innovative and resourceful programs that…
19: Be Excellent To Each Other & Drink Beer
Oct 12, 2018 • 65 min
What is in beer? Is there such thing as a bad beer? How do you make different types of beer? Well you are about to find out everything you would ever want to know about making beer. Joining us from Big Choice Brewery in Brighton, Colorado are the owners,…
18: Pumpkins, Corn, Ghosts & Ninjas!
Oct 5, 2018 • 30 min
Fall is officially here & that means our Farm Festival is kicking off this week, and we are here to share all the fun things we are doing. We fill you in on how the corn maze turned out, what fun activities we have planned for the kids and the 3 obstacle…
17: The Farm Bill- Not Just Cows, Sows & Plows
Sep 29, 2018 • 85 min
16: Save Our Soil, Save Our Planet
Sep 21, 2018 • 60 min
This week we are talking all about urban farming. We welcome husband and wife team, Mekayla Standefer & Justin Homitz, who have transformed an urban backyard into a productive market garden. Tower View farms is a small urban farm started by the duo in…
15: In A Digital World, Never Lose Sight Of The Analog
Sep 14, 2018 • 62 min
This week we are talking tech and food. You may not realize it but, there are technological advances happening in the food industry everyday, and we are joined by tech & innovation guru Ben Tyson to tell us about a few that could not only change the way…
14: Syrup To The Stars
Sep 7, 2018 • 70 min
I’m sure you know where maple syrup comes from but, do you know how it’s made? Do you know the history behind it? or know all the different ways it can be used? Well, you’re in luck! We are joined by Tim Burton & Brad Kirouac of Burton Maplewood Farm to…
13: How To Be A Ninja… Get Up & Keep Trying
Aug 31, 2018 • 65 min
American Ninja Warrior has become a household name but, do you know what it truly means to be a ninja? We have veteran climber and 7-time contestant of ANW, Brian Arnold here to tell you how he became a ninja, some inside information about the show and…
12: Know Your Food
Aug 24, 2018 • 56 min
We are joined by chef, restaurant owner, and newbie farmer Taylor Drew, to dive into everything farming. Taylor is new to farming but is not new to food. As a classically trained chef, Taylor has spent years perfecting his craft and has learned that you…
11: The Fruit Stand
Aug 17, 2018 • 61 min
This week, we are talking all about the good stuff, fruits & veggies. Owner of The Fruit Stand, Ethan Lehrburger, joins us to talk about his locally owned business and how he is accomplishing his mission of bringing the best fresh conventional & organic…
10: Be Kind, Eat Well & Finish Your Foods With Chutney
Aug 13, 2018 • 57 min
We have a fun podcast for you this week, covering everything from Osteopathy & health to chutney. We are joined by Dr. of Osteopathy Neha Valeja & her brother & business partner, Samir Valeja. Neha shares the history of Osteopathy (which may surprise…
9: Heirloom Catering- Work Hard, Stay Humble
Aug 3, 2018 • 63 min
Joining us is Michelle Garcia with Heirloom Catering to talk about everything food. She shares some of her favorite stories of catering events, some of her favorite recipes & why it is so important to her to shop local & focus on exclusivity to combine…
8: Food Is The Universal Language
Jul 28, 2018 • 59 min
Eat well, Live well. That is our message for this podcast. Amy Nelms with Live Well Colorado, joins us to talk about what the program does to increase education for health & healthy eating in the community. We also discuss some crazy things that are going…
7: Chickens Are Chicken
Jul 20, 2018 • 75 min
We have Terry Osborne, expert in Poultry Science & Co-Founder of Chicken Track on to talk about everything chickens! We give you some fun facts you may not know about chickens, what the difference between caged, free range & organic really is & all the…
6: Bromley Farm: Local Food Campus
Jul 18, 2018 • 64 min
In this episode we talk about “The Farm” & what it takes to create a local food campus, from the learning curve of executing a functional corn maze all the way down to finding farmers and having animals. We are in our second year of running the farm and…
5: Garlic: Ben We Have Your Wife
Jul 7, 2018 • 69 min
Ben & Claire Ronniger join us to talk about all things garlic! We talk about their businesses- Allicin’s Ranch & Organic Volcanic Garlic, their farms in Idaho & Mexico and all the crazy adventures they have had on Ben’s Baja Garlic bus. Perfect for anyone…
4: NaturALL Beef: It’s What’s For Dinner
Jun 29, 2018 • 61 min
In this episode we talk about Beef! Whether you eat it or not, you will learn a lot from Anna Frye with NaturALL Beef. We go into depth on the best feed for cows, different cuts, why to age beef and where to find the best beef. Enjoy!
3: Miller Farms: Make the World a Better Place
Jun 14, 2018 • 79 min
In this episode Nate and Kim talk with Joe and Chris Miller from Miller Farms in Platteville, Colorado. They talk all about the business of farming from growing, selling, water rights and farm events. Hear funny stories from decades of farming and get…
2: Happy Leaf: Fermentation Folly
Jun 14, 2018 • 38 min
Nate & Kim talk with Mike and Jenni from Happy Leaf Kombucha. Hear about how Happy Leaf Kombucha got started and some funny stories of fermentation gone wrong. Learn about how to start making kombucha at home and a little history of fermentation and food…
1: Muddy Business Beginnings
Jun 14, 2018 • 70 min
In this podcast Nate and Kim talk about how they first started down the road of local economy and local food. They talk about businesses that have come and gone and starting a Farmers’ Market ten years ago to now running a farm.