April 2016 Potluck

Tuesday Thursday, April 28, 2016  POTLUCK
6:00 to 8:00 PM

Home of Tara Whitsitt, in the main house at 351 W. 10th Ave, Eugene.

Discussion and food for sale:
Tara Whitsitt is the founder of “Fermentation on Wheels,” a grassroots project that provides free food education and inspires people through workshops that raise awareness about food sustainability alongside teaching fermentation. Tara will talk about her food adventures and the exciting life forces of fermentation. She looks forward to collaborating with us. For information about her upcoming classes, see her website at fermentationonwheels.com. Her project was also written up in the Sunday, March 20th RegisterGuard.

As an additional treat, a representative from a fifth generation family farm in Crow will be here to sell you grass-fed pastured beef from cattle raised by their teenagers in 4-H for their college fund. It’s been flash frozen and can be had for $6/pound for hamburger. The person coming will be the one with the least amount of homework that night!

Between Lincoln Street and Lawrence Street, a few blocks northwest of the Eugene Public Library; Google map

Phone: 503-479-5518

Bring a Dish:
Please bring a Nourishing Traditions style dish and join us for some great food and great conversation! Families and guests are welcome. Please bring enough food to feed the size of your party.  For food ideas see our Potlucks page.

New to all of this?
For those of you who are new to The Weston A. Price Foundation principles please see our Potlucks page.

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