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Dark nights, cold morning and snow boots — winter will be here before we know it so now is the best time to get ourselves set up for a winter of good health by eating locally grown, immune boosting seasonal produce that's not only good for our bodies but has an environmental impact too.

In this weeks podcast you're going to meet Michael Rabinov from Farm to People, a passion project founded by father and son team from a shared passion for wholesome, delicious food made the way it should be, by small-batch makers using traditional methods.

Are you ready to set yourself up for winter of good health?

Let’s get going!



  • What produce to be on the look out for now and how to make decisions that impact more than just yourself
  • How to properly prepare yourself and your kitchen for fall and winter seasonal eating
  • How to be able to taste the summer all winter long

And much more!



Michael's top tips on seasonal eating that will not only benefit your health but the environment too:

  1. Taste the summer all year around. Get ready to ferment the foods you enjoy now that won't be around in a couple of months. Look into making your own jam and chutneys that will allow you to enjoy the flavours of summer and fall until next season.

  2. Experiment with dried beans and grains. They're protein rich and great for stews and soups. 

  3. Support your local farmer. Be open to trying new fruits and vegeatbales.

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Q: Eating for the environment, what’s something we should know, something we won’t be able to find online or in a book?

There are so many other products that farmers want to grow that makes their soil healthier by having that bio-diversity but they need a market to sell those products to — we encourage everyone to try new varieties of fruit and vegetable, it makes for an interesting eating experience, reduces our footprint and directly supports small batch makers and local farmers. 



Q: My favourite book, tool or resource is...

A: Setting The table by Danny Myer

Q: The best advice I ever received was…

A: Love and care about what you do

Q: Best purchase for under $100…

A: Cast Iron skillet

Q: A personal habit that contributes to my success is…

A: Being open to new experiences

Q: My favourite quote is…

A:  The only things that's constant is change



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