Woman cutting watermelon in what looks like an industrial kitchen

27: Navajo Food Sovereignty with Andi Murphy

In part two of our series of on Navajo food sovereignty, Hallie interviews Andi Murphy, host of the podcast Toasted Sister and producer of the radio show Native American Calling. Hallie and Andi discuss the role food plays in culture, the importance of traditional growing practices, and how a good meal can make you feel great.

To learn more about Andi and her work, check out toastedsisterpodcast.com. You can also follow Andi @andimurphy on Twitter and Toasted Sister @toastedsister on Instagram or @toastedsisterpodcast on Facebook.

You can find Native America Calling at https://www.nativeamericacalling.com/

Andi’s pieces on Pueblo bread, mentioned in the episode:
https://www.eater.com/2019/1/23/18183970/zuni-bread-pueblos-new-mexico
https://toastedsisterpodcast.com/2019/01/23/e47-on-the-pueblo-bread-trail-in-new-mexico/

Resources for buying from Native farmers and artists:
http://www.beyondbuckskin.com/p/buy-native.html
http://www.nativewildricecoalition.com/sources-for-wild-rice-and-ricing-tools.html
http://www.tankabar.com/cgi-bin/nanf/public/main.cvw
https://bedrechocolates.com/

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One to Grow On is a podcast that digs into the questions you have about agriculture and tries to understand the impacts of food production on us and our world. We explore fascinating topics including food, gardening, and plant sciences. One to Grow On is hosted by Hallie Casey and Chris Casey, and is produced by Catherine Arjet and Hallie Casey. Show art is by Ashe Walker. Music is “Something Elated” by Broke For Free licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.