Simran Sethi Drills Down Into the Taste of Home - WSJSelect Press

All Things Considered (NPR): “Journalist Simran Sethi’s Complicated Relationship With AAPI Heritage Month”
Be Here Now Network: “The Road Home – Ep. 32 – Simran Sethi”
Vogue India: “50 Most Influential Global Indians”
Heritage Radio Network: “10th Anniversary Hall of Fame”
Vanity Fair (Italy): “Pane, vino, cioccolato: i cibi da salvare”
Identità Golose: “Le lenta scomparsa dei cibi che amiamo”
To The Best Of Our Knowledge: “In Search of ‘Real’ Food”
Casa Naturale magazine: “Pane Amore e Biodiversità”
Food Without Borders (Heritage Radio Network): “Food, Loss and Memory”
The Big Listen (WAMU): “The World of Craft Chocolate With Simran Sethi”
WHYY: “Politics on Your Plate”
Milk Street Radio: Interview with Christopher Kimball
Vanity Fair: “Pane, vino, cioccolato: i cibi da salvare”
Identita Golose, International Magazine of Food: “Le lenta scomparsa dei cibi che amiamo”
Smithsonian: “The Best Books About Food of 2016”
Corriere della Sera: “Perché il monogusto distrugge i cibi che amiamo”
Food Tank: “20 Leaders Under 40 Who Are Shaping the Future of Our Food System”
Bloomberg: “Little Chocolate’s Big Moment”
Heritage Radio Network (Eat Your Words): “The Slow Melt”
Mother Jones: “Resistance Against Inferior Chocolate Is Never Futile”
The Atlantic: “The Threats to the World’s Chocolate Forests”
Foodie Underground: “‘The Slow Melt Podcast’ Wants You to Rethink Chocolate”
Intelligentsia Coffee: “Simran Sethi’s love letter to coffee”
The Wall Street Journal: “Simran Sethi Drills Down Into the Taste of Home”
Science: “Losing our taste for diversity”
Crop Trust: “A Conversation with Simran Sethi”
The Splendid Table: “Simran Sethi: ‘We’re losing biodiversity in foods'”
Forbes: “Can Americans Save the Foods They Love?”
Marie Claire: “These 8 Women Are Saving The Planet As We Know It”
Mother Nature Network: “10 pop-culture icons who make us love learning about science”
Resurgence: “Wake Up and Smell the Food Fraud”
Good Food (KCRW): “Pickles, hot chicken GMO labeling, antidepressants and taste”
University of the Sciences: “New microbiology course offers look into bread, chocolate and coffee”
Daily Kos: “Six questions for Simran Sethi on slowly losing the foods we love, biodiversity and consumption”
Food Tank: “Women We Love: 27 Influential Women in Food and Agriculture”
Serious Eats: “The Long Good-bye: A Writer’s Plea to Save the Foods We Love”
PRI’s The World: “A deadly fungus is threatening the future of bananas in Asia — and could spread around the world”
CBS News: “‘Bread, Wine, Chocolate’ makes environmental issues tasty” (story also syndicated to Yahoo!, Salon, The Seattle Times, SFGate and more)
Experience Life: “Biodiversity in Your Grocery Bag”
Delicious Revolution: “Simran Sethi on the biodiversity behind the flavors we love, democratizing taste, and how everyone can take back their own experience of food”
Mother Nature Network: “Why the foods we love are disappearing (and how we can save them)”
Revista HojaSanta: “Adiós, comida.” (page 89)
The Independent: Review of Bread, Wine, Chocolate
Heritage Radio Network: Interview on “Food Talk with Mike Colameco”
The Wall Street Journal podcast: “Holiday Geek Gifts, Chocolate and Private Getaways”
The Boston Globe: Review of Bread, Wine, Chocolate
Civil Eats: “Saving Bread, Wine, and Chocolate”
The National Post (Canada): “With Bread, Wine, Chocolate, Simran Sethi tells ‘the most important story I had never heard of'”
The Leonard Lopate Show (WNYC Radio): “Where Has All the Chocolate Gone?”
VICE Munchies: “How Learning to Eat Alone Can Change Your Life”
AudioFile Magazine: Bread, Wine, Chocolate named an Earphones Award Winner
Quartz: “If you want to keep eating french fries, you’d better start drinking strange wine”
The Boston Globe: “Highlighting efforts to preserve biodiversity”
Radio New Zealand: “From Nine to Noon”
Sweatpants & Coffee: “Taste Your Life : Bread, Wine, Chocolate”
The Allegheny Front: “The Importance of Bringing Biodiversity Back to Our Plates—and Lives”
Sprudge: “Simran Sethi’s New Book Celebrates Coffee’s Delicious Diversity”
Paste Magazine: “Wild Culture: Reclaiming the Magic of Yeast”
The Huffington Post: “The ‘Extinction’ Of Bananas Shows Us Why Our Food System Needs Help”
ABC Radio (Big Ideas): “Creating Hope”
The Adelaide Review: “Table Talk: Dan Barber, Simran Sethi on the future of farming”
Dumbo Feather: “Simran Sethi is Down to Earth”
The Guardian: “The craft coffee trend: it’s pricey, but farmers aren’t getting rich”
Resurgence: “A Resurgence of Heirloom Plants”
Stress-Free Sustainability: Leverage Your Emotions, Avoid Burnout and Influence Anyone by Adam Hammes (Simran featured in Acknowledgments, Chapter 5 and Chapter 9)
The Huffington Post: “Food Freedom and the People who are Planting the Seeds of Change”
Columbia Journalism Review: “QUEST’s quest for sustainability journalism”
GreenBiz: “Getting behind the psychology of sustainability”
TEDxManhattan: Seeds Mind Map
elephant journal: “What to Say to a Climate Change Skeptic”
Thirty-Year Plan (Simran featured on slide 29)
Phys.Org: “Study: Military providing example of becoming sustainable without politics”
The Atlantic: “A Conversation With Simran Sethi, Environmental Journalist”
Online News Association: “Student Summit Explores Diverse Storytelling in the Digital Age”
WiserEarth: “Capitalism, Communities, and Communication”
EcoSalon: “The 20 Most Influential Women in Green”
Vanity Fair 2007: “The Year in Photos”
PR Newswire: “Is Your Neighborhood Killing You?”
Metropolis Magazine: “Telling Stories”
Vanity Fair Green Issue: “The Messenger” (JPEG will open in new window)
The Independent: “Eco-Hero of the Planet” (JPEG will open in new window)
Lawrence Magazine: “Her Own Hope Spot” (Simran featured on page 12)
The Gort Cloud, by Richard Seireeni and Scott Fields
Allure: “Green Hot List”
NY Times: “On the Road to Farm Aid, the Long, Sweet Way”