Oshman Family JCC, Palo Alto, CA
presented in partnership with the Oshman Family JCC
Spend your day learning, eating, and celebrating at the intersection of food, sustainability and Jewish life
I have not yet seen a “food festival” where you can take classes of this nature. Jewish or not, sustainability is becoming increasingly important to everyone who shares this earth. I thought it was an excellent event.”
Join Bay Area foodies, rabbis, nutritionists, chefs, farmers, vegans, and omnivores in celebration of the values of the Jewish Food Movement: local, accessible, healthful food, crafted by people who are treated fairly, and grown or produced in a way that promotes a healthy, sustainable, and diverse environment.
Explore the Bay Area’s Jewish culinary landscape with artisan food pop ups and a shuk (market) full of purveyors of local, sustainable food, art, crafts, and other goods. Choose from a variety of interactive and DIY workshops on beekeeping, dumpling-making, veggie-fermenting, and more! Modern twists on Jewish foods, complimentary goodies, photo booth, live music, and hands-on fun for the whole family!
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