|Sent on:||Tuesday, July 9, 2013 5:08 PM|
It was brought to my attention that my previous email may not have been stated clearly regarding the fee for the August 10th event (below). There is a $5 venue fee for those who have not purchased annual meetup memberships.
Thanks, and sorry for any confusion.
I hope to see you on August 10th.
A Tour & Tasting at the Cultured Pickle Shop
Saturday, August 10 | 1pm-3pm
The Cultured Pickle Shop: 800 Bancroft Way, Suite 105, Berkeley, CA 94710
Come see the fermenting underbelly of the Bay Area’s master pickle shop!
Dry farmed tomato and black peppercorn kombucha. Watermelon rind kimchi. Burdock root pickled in sake lees. Indian pickled limes. Vintage kraut. Beets pickled with Thai chili and basil.
To many, the pickle is a sour cucumber, period. The Cultured Pickle Shop is on a mission to end this bias. On any given day, one can visit the tasting area and sample ten varieties of sauerkraut, four varieties of kimchi, fourteen different types of seasonal specialty pickles, eight different flavors of kombucha tea, two sake lees pickles, one rice bran pickle, and, of course, the ubiquitous Classic Dill. Global pickling traditions of the past interact dynamically with the Northern California food shed in Cultured’s Berkeley shop.
In this revealing tour hosted by co-founder Kevin Farley you will:
About the Owners and Founders:
Kevin Farley and Alex Hozven have been fermenting professionally for 17 years. Beginning the business as a micro miso production company in 1996, they soon after added sauerkraut to their product list. In 2001 they halted miso production to focus on sauerkraut. In 2007 they opened The Cultured Pickle Shop and began to expand their product line to include a wide array of innovative, lact-fermented, seasonally-based pickles as well as kombucha. They also study and showcase the age-old pickling traditions of Japan, a life-long passion for both Kevin and Alex.
Kevin and Alex have been featured in the New York Times, Food & Wine, Edible East Bay, East Bay Express, the San Francisco Chronicle, as well as on National Public Radio’s Science Friday radio show.
Don’t miss this rare Meetup opportunity to explore the inner workings of a local raw culinary and entrepreneurial wonderland.
Due to space limitations, this tour is limited to the first 20 people to register. Don’t miss out!
There is a venue fee of $5.for those who have not purchased meetup memberships. For those who have purchased meetup memberships for $25 this fee waived* (see Details below).
*About Meetup Memberships
If you would like to purchase a membership, for a yearly fee of $25 you will be able to waive these venue fees (ranging from $5-10 per meetup) for that entire year. Email me if you'd like to purchase a membership: [address removed]. As a thank you gift you will receive a Hippocrates laminated folder on some aspect of the raw food lifestyle worth $8.95. People find them very useful. Darcy recently ordered more of these and we have a variety of folders including topics such as: food combining, superfoods, rawfood pantry, detoxification or cleansing, dehydration, juicing, raw food lifestyle, wheatgrass juice and green drinks.
Here’s a link to see what you will be getting and to make your choice on which one you might want. Access the charts HERE
Email me at [address removed] if you're interested in purchasing a meetup membership.