March 05, 2012

Culture Club 101 March 2012 Newsletter

Culture Club 101
Scientist Under Attack (film)
Traditional Soda Workshop
Lecture Night with David Barker

Liver Pate and Rillettes

Dear Culture Club 101 Members and Friends,

I'm happy to announce that the Real Food Symposium will be on May 6 and you'll be getting a lot more information about that soon.

Currently many of us are working to get the labeling of GMO foods on the ballot.  In keeping with this effort, we'll be showing the film Scientist Under Attack, the story of the scientist who first began to speak out about the effect of GMO foods.  Another highlight of this evening will be the traditional nutrient dense and luscious foods we'll be serving.

Traditional Sodas are a delicious and healthy way to introduce your family to "live" foods, make sure that everyone is getting probiotics and wean your family away from drinks containing sugar and high fructose corn syrup.   Our class on making these sodas includes the "ginger bug" and a recipe for "real" root beer. 

Many of you have commented on the delicious pates we have offered here at CC101.  This month, Monica Ford will be teaching  how to make liver pates, rillettes and sprouted wheat crackers. 

Once again we'll be hearing from David Barker who has some amazing new information for us about how to efficiently lose weight and increase fitness as well as speaking about cholesterol's relationship to health and showing us how scientific data has been manipulated to such an extent that it's become fact in many minds.  A light buffet will be served. 

And remember... It is all about the food!


Food and Film Night - Scientist Under Attack
Thursday, March 8, 2012  7 p.m.

Scientist Under AttackWhen scientist Arpad Pusztai reported that genetically modified (GM) foods caused serious health problems in rats, he was a hero at his prestigious UK institute - for two days. But after two phone calls (apparently) from the Prime Minister's office, he was fired, gagged, and mercilessly attacked. When UC Berkely professor Ignacio Chapela discovered GM corn contamination in Mexico, he too faced a firestorm of distortion and denial that left him struggling to salvage his career. Find out how the biotech industry "engineers" the truth and what they are trying to hide from you. Register Now.

The event cost is $25.  It fills up fast, so register soon.
You must be a member or sign up for a temporary 1-month membership ($5.00) when you arrive for the class.

Traditional Sodas Workshop

Monday, March 12, 2012 7:00 p.m.

SodaTraditional Sodas Workshop Edit Learn to make sodas in the old tradition and health-promoting way! We'll be making real root bear and other delicious bubbly beverages. These lacto-fermented sodas are jam-packed with probiotics, enzymes, antioxidants and ....


You must be a member or sign up for a temporary 1-month membership ($5.00) when you arrive for the class.

Lecture: David Barker - Deconstructing Modern Myths about Food, Health and Nutrition
Thursday, March 22, 2012: TIME: 7:00

Changing what you know about food for the better. An evening that will help you eat healthier and live longer.  Cholesterol's real and vital relationship to health.  The truth about oils and fats.  And much much more.  Plus ..... 

As always, a nourishing traditional food/beverage will be served. The event cost is $25.  It fills up fast, so register soon.
You must be a member or sign up for a temporary 1-month membership ($5.00) when you arrive for the class.

Liver Pate, Rillettes and Sprouted Wheat Crackers
Sunday, March 25, 2012 7:00 p.m.

Learn to make healthy and delicious liver pate, pork rillettes, and sprouted grain crackers.  What a fabulous way to get your family to eat liver.  Appetizers that everyone will want more of.  This class will be taught by Monica Ford.  Take home pate and sprouted wheat crackers.


Class Tuition $65.00  Learn more and Register here.  

You must be a member or sign up for a temporary 1-month membership ($5.00) when you arrive for the class.

Weston A Price Pasadena Chapter Meeting
Thursday, March 29, 2012 6:30 p.m.

Seating is limited, so you need to reserve your seat by by RSVPing to:

Cost: $3.00 to be paid at the event.  

Location Nature Friends, 6:30 p.m.

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Food and Film Night
Traditional Soda Class
Lecture: Nourishing Traditional Diets
Liver Pate, Rillettes Workshop
WAPF Pasadena Chapter Meeting

The "Real" Food Symposium Now Available on DVD

Real Food Symposium 2011 SQUARE
   The Second Annual Real Food Symposium, presented by Culture Club 101 on May 1, 2011 is now available on DVD!
   This two-disc set features talks from the event, with speakers Mark McAfee of Organic Pastures (raw milk), John "Dey Dey" Bruin (grass-fed beef), Rosann Volmert (a doctor's perspective), and David Barker (real food "myths"). The bonus disc includes informative personal interviews with the speakers and more!

Introducing RAWMI 
We here at Culture Club 101 support the work of the Raw Milk Institute (RAWMI) and hope you will too!  It's time for all of North America (U.S. and Canada) to come together with one common voice: Freedom to choose and have access to nutrient dense raw milk!  Our freedoms are being challenged, so now is the time to make a difference!  Join CC101 in supporting the Raw milk Institute now!  [Learn More]
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FTCLDF Grassroots Natural Market & Kitchen
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Pre-Registering With Payment Reserves Your Seat

Register on our web site, or click the "[LEARN MORE]" links above to be taken directly to the class or event page to learn more and register. All classes are held at Culture Club 101.   


Classes are Open to Members and Temporary Members  


If you are not a Culture Club Member and you want to register for the class, you will be asked to become a Temporary member ($5.00 for one month) when you arrive for the class.   

Weston A. Price Foundation - Pasadena Chapter Weston A. Price
Interested in learning more about the benefits of nutrient-dense traditional foods? Come to the next monthly meeting of the Pasadena Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation and share an evening of food, friendship, and fascinating information.

For meeting details, visit the chapter website.


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