Slow Food Sacramento

A Chapter of Slow Food USA

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Join us for a coffee break with friends to learn more about what Slow Food Sacramento is up to and how you can get involved in the Slow Food Movement.

Contact: Volunteer Coordinator Mary Rousseve (916) 501-7768

Join us June 16 at 5:30pm for a coffee break with friends to learn more about what Slow Food Sacramento is up to and how you can get involved in the Slow Food Movement.

See more at the event page.

Join us April 21 at 5:30pm for a coffee break with friends to learn more about what Slow Food Sacramento is up to and how you can get involved in the Slow Food Movement.

See the Events page for more information

Fermentation Fever was our latest Slow Food U class on Sunday, April 6, at the Sacramento Natural Food Co-op’s learning center. We were in good hands with our instructor, Janet McDonald, who teaches numerous classes at the Co-op and whose kitchen is filled with vats and crocks of various fermentation projects. Janet demystified the fermentation process, so the fifteen participants now feel comfortable experimenting with fermenting at home. One participant said, “It changed my life! I always wanted to pickle but I thought it was too hard and involved cooking. I found out it did not! Janet MacDonald was a terrific teacher.” Everyone went home with a jar a sauerkraut and a jar of fermented carrot pickles.

The goal of Slow Food U is to provide low cost education classes, taught by Slow Food Sacramento members or our partners in the community. We strive to keep the classes low cost so they are accessible to everyone. Past topics include Bacon Curing, Lemons Lemons Lemons, Thai cooking, Winter Gardens, bike tours of edible gardens, and Foraging Along the Parkway.

Please contact Karen Auwaerter if you have a class suggestion or if you would like to teach a class. karen@slowfoodsacramento.com

Slow Food Sacramento is hosting a mixer at Magpie Café and Catering on Sunday March 30 at 3:30 p.m. Cost is $30/person.

Meet Slow Food Mexico leader Alfonso Rocha and Slow Food Canada leader Sinclair Philip, as well as Andrew Nowak, Director of National School Garden Program and Slow Food California leaders from all around the state. Learn how Magpie Café owners Ed Roehr and Janel Inouye earned a Snail of Approval and how they have embraced the Slow Food Biodiversity Foundation’s Ark of Taste Project http://www.slowfoodfoundation.com/ark protecting traditional products at risk of extinction. 

Purchase tickets here: Eventbrite “Magpie Mixer 2014 Tickets”

This event is limited to first 80 responders. 

It’s Local, It’s Regional, It’s National, It’s International! It’s Slow Food in Sacramento
Slow Food Sacramento is hosting the Slow Food California Leaders meeting March 29-30 in Sacramento.
In connection with that meeting for leaders from around the state, we are opening three activities to Slow Food Sacramento members and their friends – (1) a school garden workshop, (2) the new Slow Food Story documentary, and (3) a mixer at Magpie Café.

See the rest of the Slow Food California Events website for more information: Slow Food Sacramento March Events Calendar