The theme is Soil, with an extended feature exploring soil health and regenerative agriculture.
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- A feature interview with Matthew Pennington of The Ethicurean;
- Discovering the Acadian Foodways of Atlantic Canada;
- The salt farmers of Thailand
- Food as a commons, not commodity;
- Elisabeth Luard on the Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery;
- US sustainable food advocate Anna Lappé interviewed;
- Crofting in the Hebrides
- Women in farming, in photos;
- Trevor Gulliver of St John on wine & terroir;
- Q&A with goat wrangler & Cabrito founder James Whetlor.
Our columnists return along with the award-winning Louise Gray as the ethical herbivore, US writer Elissa Altman seeing the world through the lens of food, and Kieran Jefferson works on his small-holding in Burgandy.
Reviews include an interview with writer and Archers editor Graham Harvey, Catherine Conway on a life less packaged, Nicola Miller on the importance of attribution in food writing, learning skills at the School of Artisan Food, cycling around Britain with the Food, Farming & Countryside Commission, a review of the film In Our Hands, a profile of Welsh soda brand Lurvill’s Delight and news from restaurant insider Tom Tanner, while Dee Woods concludes the volume with her working week.
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