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Chef John Farais at Indigenous Edibles

San Rafael CA 94901
jfbudo111@gmail.com
510-910-0503
https://www.indigenousedibles.com


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   AnnouncementsDate Posted: 03/17/2021 (Wed)
Getting Back to Our Roots
John Farais, a Marin County chef and founder of “Indigenous Edibles” is a lecturer, cooking instructor, native plant specialist, and food educator. He has been cooking with ingredients native to The Americas, for over 10 years.

Ask anyone, and they will tell you that John is one of the few, if not the only, Bay Area chefs who specialize in the history, taste, and promotion of California’s, and The Americas’ indigenous, edible plants. John specializes in using ingredients that are native to California, and North through South America in his cooking.

"OUR VISION IS TO PROMOTE A JUST, SUSTAINABLE, AND HEALTHY FOOD SYSTEM, BY SOURCING INGREDIENTS FROM FARMERS WHO HONOR THE CONNECTION OF THE EARTH'S WELL-BEING TO OURS."

   Special OffersDate Posted: 03/17/2021 (Wed)
CULINARY CLASSES

He conducted classes and demos at: Cozymeal, Sur La Table, Filoli House, Cavallo Point, Slow Foods, SF Farmer's Market, SF Macy's Cellar Series. Besides teaching students about history of native ingredients and how to cook with them, John has a very popular Spanish, "Andar de Paella-to go for a Paella", class. You'll learn how the rustic Valencian Paella, originally made by the workers in the field, can be a versatile, all-in-one dinner. With all of John's cooking classes, you walk away with information and recipes.

Date Posted: 03/17/2021 (Wed)
Indigenous Edibles Gift Basket

NOW YOU CAN SHARE THE GOODNESS OF INDIGENOUS FOODS WITH OUR DELUXE GIFT BASKET THAT FEATUREs THE BEST, NATIVE INGREDIENTS AVAILABLE IN NORTH AMERICA.

https://www.indigenousedibles.com/products-2

   EventsDate Posted: 03/17/2021 (Wed)
John has cooked anywhere from 10 to 250 people. He has cooked for Carlo Petrini, founder of Slow Food International, Peter Coyote, Actor, Lynn Woolsey, former U S Congresswoman, Michael Dimock, CEO Seeds of Change, CA Indian Conference, Heyday Books, SF Indian Alliance, Marin Museum of the American Indian.

https://www.indigenousedibles.com/events

Date Posted: 03/17/2021 (Wed)
FORAGING AND EXTRA-CURRICULUM EXCURSIONS

Organized field notes, foraging trips, ethnobotany studies, culinary skills, into a special interest course for the The College of Marin. With spring coming in the Bay Area, now is the time to set up a nature walk or foraging trip with John. The Bay Area and North America provide an abundance of foods with Healing Properties, Ancient Wisdom , and Medicinal Qualities.

https://www.indigenousedibles.com/events

Date: From 04/24/2021 (Sat) To 04/24/2021 (Sat)
I will be instructing an acorn chocolate chip cookie class for the whole family @12:00 noon. Acorn flour is hand-processed by me and will be part of the baking process.


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