Sustainable Dish Podcast

Pipers Farm started as a 50-acre family farm in 1989. Peter Greig and his wife, Henri, wanted to raise animals in a way that was inspired by and respected nature and resulted in healthy food that they wanted to feed their kids. Now, Pipers Farm includes 45 small-scale family farms that share common values in producing food in a sustainable way. 

Peter Greig and his daughter-in-law, Abby Allen, are on the show today to chat about Pipers Farm’s new cookbook - The Sustainable Meat Cookbook: Recipes & Wisdom for Considered Carnivores. This is a beautiful book filled with delicious recipes, gorgeous photographs, and wise words about sustainable meat consumption. I highly recommend it!

Peter, Abby, and I have a wonderful nuanced conversation about the importance of consumer education and the complicated topic of access to nutrient-dense meat for low-income families. Join us for this great listen!


Episode Credits:

Thank you to all who’ve made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connelly. Our producer is Emily Soape. And, of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners.

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Direct download: Episode_232_Pipers_Farm_-_Full_Episode.mp3
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