Fermentation Nation: food and drink that love you back

Celebrate spring in Buffalo! To help support the Buffalo Cherry Blossom Festival this year, Slow Food Buffalo Niagara is thrilled to co-present with RJ Marvin, a preservation pro from Elm Street Bakery.

Marvin and Niki Klem, Slow Food board member and director of Trocaire College's Nutrition & Dietetics Program, will discuss the science, art, history and passion that drives their fermentation projects--with a Japanese twist. 

Marvin will give a hands-on demo on how to make various fermented foods, including cherry blossom kombucha tea and classic sauerkraut, Japanese pickles and other traditionally fermented foods.

6:00 pm Doors open 
Meet friends and share a drink at the Campus House at Buffalo State cash bar
6:30pm Program promptly begins

Guests must be 21 & older
There is a $5 suggested donation. See you there!