|Sent on:||Tuesday, May 26, 2009 8:10 AM|
|Hello Raw Food Friends!|
I'm looking forward to seeing many of you Saturday night for Rhio's discussion and dinner.
We're having a Wild Edible Workshop the same day in the morning: Saturday, May 30, from 10 am to 1 pm, and I wanted to let you all know in case you are interested in attending that, too. Here are the details:
We'll meet in Squirrel Hill (I'll send you the address upon registration, just call, phone number to follow) and take a wild edible walk around Frick Park, identifying and harvesting wild edible plants together.
Then we'll all make a garlic mustard vinegar to take home. I'll demonstrate some raw food recipes using the wild edibles, and we'll sample all the recipes I make, plus others I made ahead of time, including dehydrated Red Clover Apple Cookies and Plantain Crisps (like those delicious kale chips, but made with wild plantain leaves, which we will identify in the park.)
Every participant will get a full color handout with identification information for all the plants used, as well as a copy of all the recipes sampled and demonstrated.
All the recipes will be raw food recipes!
The cost is $35, and you can reserve your space by Thursday with credit card or check. Please give me a call to register: (412) 381-0116. Please let me know as soon as you can; it helps with planning how much food to pre-make and ingredients to buy, and also to know how many copies of the identification/recipe book have printed out.
If you're unsure or can't make that time but still interested in wild edibles, we are having a free talk at the East End Food Coop this Thursday, May 28 at 7 pm, and we'd love to see you there as well!
For more information you can visit www.FoodUnderFoot.com and check under "wild events", or go to www.BirchCenter.com, the info is on there, too.
Hope to see you soon!
Thanks so much,
~ Melissa Sokulski
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