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On November 20, 2013

Come support the work of food justice organizations in your own neighborhood!


This Friday the 22nd at the Firehouse Collective in Berkeley near Ashby BART. Come take part in tasting and demonstrations of fermented foods and drinks, and if you have a fermented specialty, bring it to share! There will be kefir and kombucha cultures to take home. Bring a jar!

This year’s proceeds go to Phat Beets Produce and The Edible Parks Task Force. (see flyer for websites)

We have beer from lagunitas, as well as home-brewed beers!

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