Thursday, May 11th
Port Kitchens, 344 20th Street in Oakland
RSVP on Eventbrite or on Facebook
Join Slow Food East Bay and the folks at Port Kitchens for an evening on the roof deck celebrating worker-owned collectives and learning how and why supporting co-ops in our food spending makes for a more sustainable system.
Eat (food for sale or BYO!) and drink (no BYO, sorry…) and mingle with representatives from Cheeseboard, Three Stone Hearth, Arizmendi, The Juice Bar Collective, Alchemy Cafe, Mandela Marketplace… Continue reading
***To reserve your seat at the table, do so on our event listing: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/interactive-olive-oil-tasting-workshop-tickets-32671217491. $60 payment will be via check or cash on day of.***
Olive Oil! Interactive Workshop & Tasting
Slow Food East Bay is delighted to have local olive oil experts Roberta Klugman, Nancy Ash and Kathryn Tomajan joining us on Saturday April 1st for an interactive Olive Oil Workshop at Port Kitchens, in the Port Workspaces on 20th Street in downtown Oakland.
Our three fearless leaders for the afternoon have milled & blended, imported & exported, tasted & judged olive oil… Continue reading
Thanks to Adam & Ana from Sunrise Fish for joining us to share the experience of fishing locally and selling direct fisher to consumer. And for sharing their absolutely delish halibut ceviche J
Subjects that came up during the evening:
- Mercury levels in various in fish, fear of toxins in SF Bay fish
- Best choices for fish varieties, where to buy and who to buy from – who is trustworthy?
- How do we encourage restaurants and stores to buy more sustainably?
- The huge paperwork issues involved with selling fish direct – and the idea of expanding Cottage Food… Continue reading
Thursday August 6th at 6:00pm
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
1924 Cedar St @ Bonita, Berkeley, California 94709
Join Slow Food East Bay and Transition Berkeley for an evening delving into the predicaments surrounding fish, fishing and the health of the oceans.
How can we both support those that make their livelihood from the ocean AND the ocean’s fish populations? How can we be educated and inquisitive consumers of seafood, asking the right questions about sourcing, distribution and health? Join us in the conversation to try to find answers to these questions and more.
We’ll start at 6pm… Continue reading