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California Grain Campaign Team

Help the California Grain Campaign revitalize local grain economies

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The California Grain Campaign provides new marketing opportunities for California grain growers and educates our communities about the many benefits associated with including California-grown whole grains in our diet. Increasing California-grown grains at farmers’ markets will help farmers in their businesses, markets in their diversity, bakers in their craft, and...
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Crafted Meat – The New Meat Culture: Craft and Recipes - A compelling visual reference on today’s new meat culture

The Art and Taste of Crafted Meat

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Meat is back! So proclaimed culinary curator Hendrik Haase, editor of the book Crafted Meat: The New Meat Culture: Craft and Recipes (Gestalten, 2015), at an intimate tasting and educational event at Zazu, a restaurant at the Barlow in Sebastopol. Co-hosted by Slow Food Russian River, the Friday Happy Hour...
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Savor and Save the Gravenstein

Savor and Save the Gravenstein Apple

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Help support the farmers growing this endangered heirloom apple and Savor and Save the Gravenstein Apple by ordering the Gravenstein Apple Box, a project of The FruitGuys and Slow Food Russian River. ORDER NOW! WHAT YOU GET: This year we are offering delicious sweet-tart organic or conventional Gravenstein apples in 16-, 24-, and 48-serving boxes (includes…

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Slow Food Russian River participated in Slow Food Nations

Slow Food Russian River participated in Slow Food Nations

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Members of Slow Food Russian River participated in Slow Food Nations last weekend – pictured board members Paula Shatkin (l) and Sandy Mays (r) – celebrating local apple products, Apple Sauce of Oliver’s Market, cider of Devoto Gardens & Orchards, cider of Golden State Cider, cider of Ethic Ciders, apple juice and cider of Nana Mae’s Organics, apple juice…

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The Gravensteins are coming!

The Gravensteins are coming!

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The Gravensteins are coming! Who are those Gravensteins? Some lower nobility from Nobilivetz?? No, these are the — yearly returning — delicious apples from our orchards in the North Bay. “In the United States, they are found most widely on the west coast, and in particular, around the Sonoma County,…

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