Green Rhetoric

This blog originated as a course blog for the community of Rhetoric 181, "Green Rhetoric," in the Department of Rhetoric at the University of California at Berkeley, Fall, 2007. It continues its life as... something else.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

wild fermentation!

okay, so if i've managed to convince any of yall (and those of us who already knew) that preserving your own vegetables would save the world, here's the event for you. even better than canning with vinegar or sugar is fermentation! why do you think we have wine--to preserve the fruit. put those little wonderful bacteria to work on some cabbage and you've got deliciousness.

> Spread the word!

> Sandor Katz, author of "Wild Fermentation" and "The Revolution will
> not be Microwaved" is coming to Berkeley! Come see this lively food
> activist
> in action and bring your friends!
> when: Thursday, November 29th at 6:30pm sharp
> where: UC Berkeley's Morgan Lounge (part of Morgan Hall, College of
> Natural Resources)
> price: FREE!
> what to bring: We'll have a table set up in the back with fermented
> foods on display in their many stages, starter cultures to giveaway,
> and tastings. Please bring your own utensils, cups, and containers-
> and your experiments, brews, and bubbles to show and tell, and taste!
> Please email if you'd like to contribute.
> questions:
> more info:


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