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Quick Bites – Alternative Meats with Student Wellness and Health Promotion

Lab grown meat derived from plant matter?! Sounds like Science Fiction, but really it’s the newest trend in the culinary world. Join us for a quick half hour session and learn all about plant-based alternative meats from our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Quick Bites is a brief, virtual lunch and learn activity on Zoom with our [...]

Quick Bites – Alternative Meats with Student Wellness and Health Promotion2021-10-29T11:47:05-07:00

From Taco Trucks to Alta Cocina Mexicana: Reimagining Mexican Foodways

Community Seed-to-Plate Workshops presents: From Taco Trucks to Alta Cocina Mexicana:  Reimagining Mexican Foodways Participate in a discussion and cooking class with Jaime Maldonado from La Victoria in San Francisco. Part 1. Related Event: Food Matters Lecture (SBSG 1517) 12:00  – 1:30 p.m.  Chef Roger Feely and Jaime Maldonado present for the Food Matters lecture series on: Fusing Palates [...]

From Taco Trucks to Alta Cocina Mexicana: Reimagining Mexican Foodways2015-12-22T00:26:44-08:00

Cooking Wild Foods – Seed to Plate Workshop

The Campus as a Living Lab workshop series is designed to help students, staff, faculty, and community members build sustainable living skills in the areas of growing, preparing, and producing food through hands-on-experiences and learning journeys. The Seed-to-Plate workshop series was developed by visiting Eco-chef Roger Feely, in partnership with Victor Becerra, Director, Community Outreach [...]

Cooking Wild Foods – Seed to Plate Workshop2016-01-11T02:42:17-08:00

Drought-Friendly Cooking Demonstration

At the Festival of Discovery in Aldrich Park, Eco-chef Roger will show participants how to source and prepare drought-friendly meals. Participants can expect a vegetarian-focused cooking demonstration with the freshest, locally-sourced ingredients. Chef Roger will explain the origin and story behind the foods that he chooses and will give simple tips for preparing meals at [...]

Drought-Friendly Cooking Demonstration2016-01-11T02:34:22-08:00

Foodscapes 2: Food Stories – Community Workshop

This class will challenge the way we think about and interact with food by raising awareness about the problems with our current food system through creative forms of expressive storytelling The Campus as a Living Lab workshop series is designed to help students, staff, faculty, and community members build sustainable living skills in the areas [...]

Foodscapes 2: Food Stories – Community Workshop2016-01-11T02:34:21-08:00

All About Seeds: Harvesting, storing, germinating, trading & eating! – Community Workshop

The Campus as a Living Lab workshop series is designed to help students, staff, faculty, and community members build sustainable living skills in the areas of growing, preparing, and producing food through hands-on-experiences and learning journeys. The workshops include practical skills such as seed saving, gardening basics, preserving, and fermentation as well as more in-depth [...]

All About Seeds: Harvesting, storing, germinating, trading & eating! – Community Workshop2016-01-11T02:34:21-08:00

Foodscapes 1: Seeds

Learn more about harvesting, storing, germinating, trading, cooking, and eating seeds.*Facilitators can accept cash or a check made out to UC Regents.

Foodscapes 1: Seeds2016-01-11T02:34:21-08:00
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