All videos are always at Vimeo.com/culturesgroup Some may be in a specific showcase, either visible or hidden to anyone without the passcode to get in. Our videos are always password protected. You must have both the showcase address, and the passcode for a specific event.
Each event has a live Zoom event. The October 25th event is for 2 hours. People are invited to share their vegan ferments or foods or beverages with those on the call, although the call is hosted by Chef Dave Smoke-McCluskey – codchef ✊🏽💪🏽🔪🔥✨🌽🌮🎃 , Ed Ferrada of fermentemos (https://www.fermentemos.cl) and Kirsten K. Shockey of Fermentation School, and Ferment.Works Dave will definitely be talking up corn, and the other sisters.
Latin, African, Caucasian, Asian, and Native American Roots
Oct 25, 2020 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada). https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81952769491 Meeting ID: 819 5276 9491
As always, at every event, there is an opportunity to request a scholarship, reduced fee, or free entry because you are flat out broke.
To access these videos you must be registered with Vimeo. Vimeo does not charge a fee to regsiter, although they really want to get you to subscribe on a monthly basis. Be persistent if you do not want to purchase a monthly Vimeo plan. Look for really small print! The option is there.
Fermentations and Cultures Event Hosts: Jelena Belgrave, Payal Shah, Nickawanna Shaw, Marika Groen, Anton Nicola, Peiman Khosravi, Ebonee McCorvey, Kirsten Shockey, Zoe Mitchell, Connie Chew, Dr. Johnny Drain, Maria Mantilla, Ken Fornataro, Julia Skinner, Robin Sherrill, Alex Gunuey, Zoe Mitchell, Dave Smoke-McCluskey, Amy Kalafa, Alex Gunuey, and Ed Ferrada.
This program covers fermentation, preservation, increasing food resources, science, traditional and novel applications of microbes, food justice, soil development, farming, fungus and bacteria as environmental tools, and the preparation of food and drink through fermentation, preparation and cooking techniques.
Event event has a specific focus on a topic that often is a geographic region that includes the techniques and cultures that make the foods and drinks from France, Japan, Russia, Armenia, Iran, Scotland, Taiwan, China, Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, England, The Baltics, Georgia, The Caucuses, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Chile, India, Egypt, Chile, Israel, Finland, Denmark, Taiwan, Canada, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, South Korea, Palestine, and other African and South American countries and immigrant diaspora throughout the world.