“The figures fill me with hope. Because this journey we’re taking is so important for health, for our children and for the planet. People are interested, they want to learn, they want to move…” Alison
The podcast made it from a twinkle in our eyes to 14,000+ downloads this year! And it’s taught us both so much. Listen in to hear us talk about what worked, what we’ve both been up to and what we hope to bring to life in 2022.
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“If you aren’t where you want to be yet, just keep working on the skills” Andrea
2:12 It’s our last episode of the year!
4:17 Thank *you* for all your support this year.
8:18 Andrea’s breakfast – abundance and Ningxia Red
11:49 Alison’s lunch – mutton liver, pumpernickel and rye farmhouse ale
17:10 The smell/memory connection
20:38 What’s happened with the podcast this year
21:57 Rob’s song, Who Ya Callin’ Pigs
22:40 14,000 downloads!
24:20 Most popular episode this year
30:12 Zoom cook-alongs
31:45 What we’ve learnt from the podcast this year
41:22 What Alison’s learnt in her own life this year
43.42 Alison tries to remember all the things she’s done in the kitchen this year!
47:56 Alison talks about her family’s reading time
52.45 Alison talks about her tech use/time management/screen use
1:00.48 Andrea’s year
1:04:47 What keeping poultry has taught Andrea
1:05.00 Why Andrea names her animals
1:11:20 Alison’s plans for 2022
1.14.35 Andrea’s plans for 2022
“This is the podcast we wish we’d had when we started” Andrea
**Thank you for staying with us whilst we work through audio gremlins. We have plans to help improve the quality next year.**
Bibi’s Kitchen cookbook
Wild Fermentation cookbook
“Why not build a relationship with an animal and love and appreciate it all the more when it passes out of this life and leaves you nutrition?” Andrea
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Original Music, Episode Mixing and Post-Production by Robert Michael Kay