Jimmy finds out if people should be eating cod, and is there is enough of it? Kate investigates why most British supermarkets only stock one variety of banana, and Matt discovers the methods used to make popcorn.
Kate investigates where liquorice comes from, while Jimmy finds out the techniques used to grow mushrooms all year round and Matt uncovers the nasty bacteria potentially lurking in bean sprouts.
Why is almond butter more expensive than other nutty spreads? How is wine turned into fortified wine? And why does chopping onions make you cry?
Is coconut oil really healthier than other oils? Can absinthe lead to hallucinations and madness? And what do artichoke hearts have in common with strange African berries?
Jimmy joins the battle between the bell pepper and the Mediterranean fruit fly. Matt visits an amazing mobile leek factory. And how can you tell how much manuka is in your manuka honey?
Tree whisperer Pete Nelson and his team design private escapes for those with a passion to reconnect with nature and awaken their inner child.
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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