Everyone, head to the movies! Dubbed “the film the food industry doesn’t want you to see,” this is a documentary on a topic whose time has come: the impact of added sugars on our health. In Berkeley, the movie is showing at California Theatre starting May 23rd. It’s also at the Embarcadero in San Francisco.… Read more »
The first Cooking Demo of the 2014 season will be at our Farmers’ Market Tuesday, May 27th. HuNia Bradley, former manager of our Farm Fresh Choice program, will be leading the cooking demo with her new business, HuNia’s Kitchen. HuNia will be sharing recipes and samples that are healthy, affordable, and simple to prepare. Up… Read more »
Learn how to make your own miso at this evening workshop brought to you by Transition Berkeley!
There is a world of difference between commercially prepared ‘fermented’ foods and the ones you make at home. Fermented foods made the old fashioned way are so beneficial to overall health that they are often referred to as… Read more »
We’ve all heard about the obesity epidemic. It’s a health risk that has widespread consequences, but it’s also preventable. What causes obesity is the key to understanding how we can change course and create better health outcomes for our families. There’s a specific answer that’s been proven: added sugar in our diet. The reason? Added… Read more »
Join us for a meal at a partnering restaurants on Tuesday, May 13th, and a portion of your bill will support the Berkeley Public School Gardening Program! It will be an evening of wining and dining in support of connecting student learning with real world experiences around food, while exploring topics of health, wellness, and… Read more »