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After a little break over the Summer, Jack To The Future podcast is back!

Talking all things food this time, Jack discusses an article he has read on Crickster.com and delves deeper into the possibilities of food in the future with his guest speaker, Nina Fischer from @NinaFischerNutrition, a nutritional therapist. They talk about a plant based diet- vegetarian and veganism; food waste; growing your own; regenerative farming;  shopping local; a debate about eating insects and much, much more!

Also featuring some research from a fellow podcaster @AtYourLevelPod ❤

Of course science, technology and inventions feature in this episode too!


At Your Level Podcast

Nina Fischer Nutrition

Kiss The Ground Movie

Hertford Organic

Mudlarks Cafe

Environment, Climate, Hope event at All Saints Church in Hertford

Crickster.com- 12 Fascinating Foods of the Future

Meat The Future – You Tube video 

The Guardian article- If we want to save the planet, the future of food is insects

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jacktothefuture/message

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