Short and sweet food literacy podcast episode for July 2023. Topics include what to plant in July as well as what seeds to start indoors for those interested in fall gardening. Food literacy topics include food fraud and the high cost of food, the health impacts of ultra-processed foods on our health, and eggs as an example of the confusion often swirling around food, health, and "healthy" eating. Happy Summer and Enjoy the episode!
Topics of Interest for the July 2023 Food Literacy Podcast Episode
Seeds to Plant in July and August:
Zone 6 Vegetable for Planting in July
Thinking Fall Gardening and Indoor Seed Starts in July
Food Fraud and the Cost of Food and the Potential Impact on Your Health
Ultra Processed Foods: Article- https://www.wired.com/story/tyranny-ultra-processed-food-van-tulleken/
Information about some of the terms mentioned during the podcast:
What is STEAM education? https://artsintegration.com/what-is-steam-education-in-k-12-schools/
Succession Planting Guide https://morningchores.com/succession-planting/
Determining Your Average Frost Dates https://morningchores.com/frost-dates/
Chicago Grows Food https://www.chicagogrowsfood.org/
The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed are the speaker’s own and do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of Illinois at Chicago, the OCEAN-HP, or the CPHP. The material and information presented here are for general information purposes only. While the podcast is designed to promote the development of healthy communities through food literacy, we offer no health advice and encourage our listeners to seek guidance from their healthcare providers.