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Ferment Change

Sunday, May 15, 2011
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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Humanist Hall
390 27th Street
uptown Oakland, between Telegraph and Broadway

Ferment Change!
for City Slicker Farms

Presented by Max Cadji
This is City Slicker Farms‘ fourth annual fermented feast and celebration of urban agriculture to benefit the amazing urban ag heroes of City Slicker Farms! This year they’ve created the beneficent “Backyard Garden Program.” Join them to celebrate this and the East Bay Refugee Garden Program! And bring your friends! And bring your checkbook! And bring a fermented food to share or other home-made delight that might be collectively devoured! This celebration features local food activists and a huge fermented food and drink potluck extravaganza. The most delectable fermented food will win a prize. Entertainments will abound as well. A Live Ferment Workshop and a plant sale will be on hand too along with an abundance of fermented foods. Help yourself and feed food enthusiasts and community activists! Bring a fermented food and win a prize ! This event features hundreds of homemade fermented items to share, live music, slide shows, culture swap, and five rotating skill shares. Bring a dish to share and get entered in the drawing. RSVP your dish at info [at]

Ferment Change will host a pre-party cocktail this year with Sandor Katz and gardeners from the East Bay Refugee Garden Program in East Oakland. This intimate social hour will feature a short talk and cross-cultural ferment with author Sandor Katz and with Tila Dhakal from East Oakland’s Bhutanese-Nepali community and the East Bay Refugee Garden Program. Home-brew, cultured drinks, and fermented treats will be served. In fact, this cross-cultural conversation will be accompanied by an 8-course flight of cultured cocktails, hand-crafted homebrews, and locally fermented fare. Proceeds from this event will benefit the East Bay Refugee Garden Program.

Wheelchair accessible around the corner at 411 28th Street

$10 donations are accepted
Added to the calendar on Fri, May 6, 2011 11:23PM
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