34 episodes

A diverse ingredient list for the recipe of your dreams.

Each episode features a guest who shares their ingredient of choice.

Topics include cultural, physiological, and historical perspectives on food.

Support our podcast, and help us continue to provide food access + education! Special thanks to our sponsors, Wild Coast Seafoods, Gail Kloosterman Art, and Anchor.

Contact us at admin@nextingredientconsulting.com

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A diverse ingredient list for the recipe of your dreams.

Each episode features a guest who shares their ingredient of choice.

Topics include cultural, physiological, and historical perspectives on food.

Support our podcast, and help us continue to provide food access + education! Special thanks to our sponsors, Wild Coast Seafoods, Gail Kloosterman Art, and Anchor.

Contact us at admin@nextingredientconsulting.com

    Salt (Part One)

    Salt (Part One)

    Salt is quite a ubiquitous ingredient and for good reason - it's essential for human diets. In this first of two episodes on salt, we travel to Redmond, Utah and talk with Kyle Bosshardt who's family founded Redmond Real Salt. He shared behind-the-scenes glimpses of operations happening underground in their mine which includes a twenty mile network of tunnels within an ancient Salt deposit.

    Get the scoop when you listen in on this special episode, focused on one particular company and their Salt mining strategies. Hear from Kyle, who has been a part of the mine his entire career, since 1987. Let us know what you think, and stay tuned for part two of our Salt topic.

    Redmond Real Salt

    Redmond Real Salt Instagram

    Check out the Next Ingredient website at www.nextingredient.com

    Take a peek at the blog while you’re there: nextingredient.com/blog

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    Thank you for listening! Please feel free to contact us with questions or comments, or if you would like to be a guest on the show.

    This podcast is meant to be a survey and celebration of natural ingredients. Please remember that health topics mentioned in these episodes are general. This is not to be considered one-on-one consulting with Next Ingredient, and does not replace a partnership with a trusted healthcare practitioner.








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    • 32 min
    Rhubarb

    Rhubarb

    In this episode, we learn about Rhubarb: the plant, the food, the legend. Whether you're familiar with the tangy and refreshing flavor or not, this episode will hopefully get you excited to eat, plant, and even compost rhubarb. We'll hear from a chef, a landscape designer and even directly from the plants themselves!

    My Thyme Gardens: https://mythymegardens.com/

    Duncan Chapman’s rhubarb sounds: https://www.duncanchapman.org/present/rhubarb-rhubarb-rhubarb/

    https://soundcloud.com/rhubarb-rhubarb-rhubarb/a-mass-of-popping-rhubarb



    Check out the Next Ingredient website at www.nextingredient.com

    Take a peek at the blog while you’re there: nextingredient.com/blog

    Maybe you’re more of an Instagram person: @nextingredient.podcast

    Thank you for listening! Please feel free to contact us with questions or comments, or if you would like to be a guest on the show.

    This podcast is meant to be a survey and celebration of natural ingredients. Please remember that health topics mentioned in these episodes are general. This is not to be considered one-on-one consulting with Next Ingredient, and does not replace a partnership with a trusted healthcare practitioner.


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    • 36 min
    Rice

    Rice

    Rice is an ingredient that is used all over the world in a million ways and each has its own story. In this episode we explore just a few of those stories. 

    Glen Lee tells us about what it was like growing up in Hawaii and shares a creative use for rice bags. Find California-grown rice here: https://www.sohnreyfamilyfoods.com/collections/rice 

    Gail Kloosterman and I explore wild rice as a plant, foraged food source and ingredient. Check out https://www.foragersharvest.com/ to purchase wild rice from the Great Lakes (restocked after their Autumn harvest).

    We also include a delicious rice recipe from Dora Charles' Savannah Kitchen. Find "A Real Southern Cook" here: https://www.abebooks.com/Real-Southern-Cook-Savannah-Kitchen-Charles/31308904701/bd

    Check out the Next Ingredient website at www.nextingredient.com 

    Take a peek at the blog while you’re there: nextingredient.com/blog 

    Maybe you’re more of an Instagram person: @nextingredient.podcast 

    Thank you for listening! Please feel free to contact us with questions or comments, or if you would like to be a guest on the show. 

    This podcast is meant to be a survey and celebration of natural ingredients. Please remember that health topics mentioned in these episodes are general. This is not to be considered one-on-one consulting with Next Ingredient, and does not replace a partnership with a trusted healthcare practitioner.


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    • 38 min
    Season Three Trailer

    Season Three Trailer

    Introducing Season Three of the Next Ingredient podcast!

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    Shatavari: Jessica Robinson

    Shatavari: Jessica Robinson

    Come along with us as we listen and learn about Shatavari, brought to us from the perspective of Jessica Robinson. Jessica takes us through the details of this fascinating herb which is popular in India and is commonly used for Women's Health considerations, such as Menopause. 



    One of our favorite things about this episode was Jessica's use of the word "unctuous" which is a way to describe the personality of this herb when it makes contact with moisture. Jessica describes some of the nuances of different food items, and how this is an important aspect in matching food and herbs with people's individual health concerns. 



    Learn about ways this herb is prepared and implemented in this fun episode. Thanks for listening! 



    Find Shatavri using the source that Jessica mentioned during this episode @banyanbotanicals. Find Jessica online at www.sacredspacehealingarts.com or on Instagram @saacredspaceyoga



    Check out the Next Ingredient at www.nextingredient.com 

    Take a peek at the blog while you’re there: nextingredient.com/blog

    Maybe you’re more of an Instagram person: @nextingredient

    Thank you for listening! Please feel free to contact us with questions or comments, or if you would like to be a guest on the show.



    This podcast is meant to be a survey and celebration of natural ingredients. Please remember that health topics mentioned in these episodes are general. This is not to be considered one-on-one consulting with Next Ingredient, and does not replace a partnership with a trusted healthcare practitioner.


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    • 43 min
    Cheese: Robyn Jackson

    Cheese: Robyn Jackson

    We have discovered the one and only Robyn Jackson of Cheese From Scratch (@cheese_from_scratch_ on Instagram) and love her hands-on, practical, experience with making cheese using the milk from her own homestead. Listen to the details shared with us during this special episode as we dive in to the cheese-making process. 



    Some of the topics that were touched on in this episode include:

    Ingredients and Steps of Cheesemaking

    Culturing

    Cheddaring

    Methods for Aging Cheese

    Types of Cheese

    Types of Rennet, and their sources

    A2/A2 Milk

    Lactose

    Milk Proteins

    Cream Line

    Goat’s Milk

    Sourcing Milk

    Pasteurization

    Homogenization

    Raw Milk

    Calcium

    Digesting Milk



    Robyn teaches a course called "Homestead Cheese-Making 101" where she guides students through their process of tackling pressed aged cheeses. Find it here: www.cheesefromscratch.com



    You can also find her wonderful videos on YouTube. @cheesefromscratch3823



    Looking for more community opportunities on this topic? Join the fun at www.cheesefromscratch.com/milk-maid-society



    It all started with this book, called "200 Easy Homemade Cheese Recipes" by Debra Amrein-Boyes. Check it out! 



    Suppliers in North America for procuring cheese-making supplies:

    Glengarry Cheese-Making at www.glengarrycheesemaking.us

    or 

    New England cheesemaking Supply Co. at www.cheesemaking.com



    If you enjoyed the topics in this episode, you might enjoy “Villi: Janelle Maricle” and “Raw Milk: Levi Myers” 



    Check out the Next Ingredient website at www.nextingredientconsulting.com.  

    Take a peek at the blog while you’re there: nextingredientconsulting.com/blog.  

    Maybe you’re more of an Instagram person: @nextingredient  



    Thank you for listening! Please feel free to contact us with questions or comments, or if you would like to be a guest on the show.  This podcast is meant to be a survey and celebration of natural ingredients. Please remember that health topics mentioned in these episodes are general. This is not to be considered one-on-one consulting with Next Ingredient, and does not replace a partnership with a trusted healthcare practitioner.




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    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

hmaricle ,

Calling all Foodies!

This podcast is for anyone and everyone who loves food. If you like exploring unusual ingredients, there are episodes for you (Ramps, dandelion, stinging nettles, hen of the woods and more) or if you like to learn more about everyday ingredients (butter, potato, fish sauce) or if you want to learn about health benefits (lemon, ginger, etc…) check this podcast out!

Jazlyn024 ,

Fun and informative!

Just a great podcast to learn all about different foods from different people. You can learn all types of things like the history, nutrition, random facts, etc of the ingredients and it’s fascinating!

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