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Bryan Davis
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Forage
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Any foragers here? I'd like to learn about our wild weeds. Fungi too. Any groups getting out there? I'd like to join in if so.Continue

Started this conversation. Last reply by Kevin McNeeley Sep 28, 2011.

Edible Institute 2011

Anyone here following the Edible Institue event in Santa Barbara? Some great stuff going on there! I follow along on Twitter hashtag…Continue

Started Jan 30, 2011

Growing Hops
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Can Hops be grown in this region?If so, are they being grown here?Anyone with knowledge about hops?Friend of mine with land wants to grow hops.   Continue

Started this conversation. Last reply by Ann McCulloh Sep 28, 2010.

 

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Your business, organization or project:
Crock It!
Your website:
http://www.askbryan.com
Tell us about yourself:
I ferment foods.
I fix things- broken guts, homes, minds, machines...
What gifts can you give to Cleveland's local food community?
I teach food fermentation- health benefits and techniques
What knowledge and practices do you want to learn?
Raising Chickens, Bee Keeping, Foraging
What about local food makes you most excited?
Culture and Sustainability

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Doc Fermento Discovers The World- Episode 15

Community Money For Community Food

15- JORDAN BOBER - FOOD CURRENCY



Maurice Small, Jordan Bober and I discuss revolutionizing food access, local food, local economies, local minds and hell, why stop there- The World!



If you need to know more or want to jump in- feel free to join this emergent exploration.



Episode link:… Continue

Posted on January 30, 2012 at 4:26pm

Episode 3: Sandor Katz

Episode 3 of Doc Fermento Discovers The World now available.



featuring: Sandor Katz!



You’ll want to hear Sandor, The Guru of Cultures.



here’s the iTunes link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/doc-fermento-discovers-the/id459745181?ign-mpt=uo%3D4



here's the main feed:… Continue

Posted on October 9, 2011 at 4:23pm — 3 Comments

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At 9:29pm on December 27, 2011, Kevin McNeeley said…
sounds like a good idea. I'm staying in Hiram... what's a good location?
At 6:42pm on December 27, 2011, Kevin McNeeley said…
Hey Dr. Fermento,
This is Kevin who lives in Japan, and I hope this note finds you well and in good spirits.
I am in Northeast Ohio until 8 January visiting family.
I just cracked into the miso I made last winter and thought you might want to hear about it.
And.. as per Maurice Small's request, I managed to bring back a small crystal from a gorge in Yamanashi prefecture, as well as a small amount of black sand from the island of Iwo Jima. I was wondering if you have comms with him other than this forum...
I hope we can all link up while I'm here.
Best regards,
Kevin
At 12:32pm on October 18, 2011, Christina Bee said…
I will, thanks!
At 12:04pm on October 18, 2011, Christina Bee said…
Thank you, I look forward to returning. I see that you teach food fermentation. I tried to do pickles once, but it was a small disaster. I am interested in trying again. I really want to try making kimchi.
At 8:53am on October 6, 2011, Tunnel Vision Hoops said…
Hi Bryan,

The 10 x 12 Backyard Greenhouse is sold both as a DIY kit and with installation. The DIY kit includes storm door entrance, zipper door rear entrance, two steel purlins, four steel cross braces, full length baseboards and hip rails, roll up sides, all wood and fittings necessary for end-wall construction, 6 mil greenhouse poly, and slip on - slip off rain water harvesting system. The price for the DIY kit is $1,469, and for $299 a two person team will come out and install your system in one day. A portion of each sale for these systems is donated to The Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Feel free to call or email for more information.

Thanks!
At 9:24am on October 21, 2010, Filtrexx International said…
Thanks for the Shared Earth post! Very cool stuff...
At 2:34am on October 7, 2010, maurice small said…
do you ferment anything gluten free? as in wheat free? i enjoy reading your comments! oh, and .... what does your compost pile look like?
 
 
 

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