This month at 4:00,
you'll learn how to ferment fine veggies and sauerkraut. It's quick
& easy, inexpensive, highly nutritious, and creative! Transform
veggies into probiotic packed, enzyme & mineral rich delicious
powerhouses! Great for gift making, a true gift of health!
We'll raffle off a
complete Perfect Pickler Fermentor Kit, valued at $25. It's not
necessary to use one, but it sure makes it easier and quicker.
See perfectpickler.com Tix - $2 or 3/$5, all proceeds benefit future potlucks.
This event is open to everyone with an interest in wellness!
Demo at 4, dinner at 5, movie at 6.
Your own plate, fork, spoon and cup.
A vegan, live food dish to share.
A dish preferably without added sweeteners (except fruit), or other
substances that folks commonly react poorly too. Soy products,
nutritional yeast, gluten, mushrooms, xylitol, agave, molasses, and
other substances are common problems for many people, so please try to
be considerate when preparing your dish. If you prefer to use these
ingredients, consider making your dish in two bowls, one with all your
usual ingredients and one without the ingredients listed above.
We love to eat local, organic and home-grown foods especially.
In the past there have been demonstrations on how to grow
wheat-grass, how to open a young coconut, how to make a delicious green
drink, and more. Come and learn, share and grow with us!
If you're not sure what to bring, you may message the message board to assist your planning.
If you're new to raw vegan cuisine entirely, consider bringing
something simple, such as a sliced melon, or washed leaves of lettuce
with a cup of chopped tomato and fresh-squeezed lemon juice in a small
bowl with your favorite seasonings for dipping the lettuce in to. (It's
great when folks bring plain lettuce leaves with them. It makes it
possible to turn any dish that someone brought into a lettuce-wrap!)
This event repeats on the last Sunday of every month except
holidays. On holidays there may still be a potluck during the month,
but on a different date. Because meetup will schedule these
automatically, it may actually show as happening on a Sunday that is a
holiday when it is not.