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    Two Upcoming International Events

    by  • December 16, 2014 • News, Courses & Events

    Workers from Feed Avalon CIC will be leaving the island of Glastonbury & Street and traveling to two events this January. The Oxford Real Farming Conference is two packed days of inspirational and thought-provoking discussions, talks and debates around food and farming in the UK. For more information visit: http://www.oxfordrealfarmingconference.org/ Lifts may be available...

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    Permaculture Design Course near Glastonbury & Street in 2015

    by  • December 10, 2014 • EAT Project, News, Courses & Events

    Do you seek to live compassionately without the unnecessary exploitation of people, animals and the environment? Are you concerned about climate change, peak oil and future generations? Are you interested in changing how we interact with other species, ecosystems and our human communities? Then this full permaculture design course is for you. Course Content...

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    Workshop Handout: Vegetable & Fruit Bottling

    by  • November 30, 2014 • EAT Project, News, Courses & Events, Uncategorized

    Written by Karin Shaw of Dragon Willows Farm: http://www.dragonwillowsfarm.co.uk/ Most fruits and vegetables are able to be preserved by bottling. Bottling is simply a way of sterilising the fruit or vegetable and sealing out air and thereby preventing bacteria making the produce deteriorate and go bad. Traditionally ‘Kilner’ type jars comprising of a heat-proof...

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    Avalon Abundance Course

    by  • September 20, 2014 • News, Courses & Events

    Learn: • How to make jams & jellies • Super simple soup making • Low impact food storage including clamping, cellars & cool storage • How to make chutney • How to store beans of all varieties • How to dehydrate produce • Bottling & canning • How to freeze & chill produce safely...

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    Community Food Forum

    by  • September 14, 2014 • News, Courses & Events

    Feed Avalon are organising three yearly community food forums. The aim is to bring together interested individuals and groups from the local area who are currently active, or interested in becoming active, in reclaiming our food system. They are informal events where we can talk, share food and build relationships. The next forum is:...

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