December Homegrown Evolution Events

Bread Making

If you’re in the Southern California area, come on down to Good Magazine’s splashy digs for a bread making demo we’ll be doing on Monday December 15th at 12:30 p.m. We’ll be showing how to bake our favorite wild yeast bread (in our book and on our website here). Come at 11:30 a.m. and catch our organic gardening pals at Silver Lake Farms do a talk on winter vegetable crops. Stick around for puppets! Good Magazine is located at:

6824 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, 90038

More info on Good Magazine’s December events page.

General Partying

On Thursday December 11th at 7 p.m. our publishers Process Media and Feral House are putting on a Winter Solstice Celebration at La Luz de Jesus Gallery, 4633 Hollywood Blvd in Los Angeles. We hear rumours of bonfires (not our book we hope!), Druids, “mystics and madmen, mulberry and mead.” We’ll just be hanging out, enjoying the festivities. Come on down and see us and get discounts on Process and Feral House books. Details here.

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  1. Hi! The workshop was awesome! I’m currently searching for recycled quart jars to make my starters in. Thanks so much for taking the time to teach what you know!

    The tangerine curd turned out AWESOME. I picked the fruit a little unripe to keep a citrusy sourness, and it was tasty!!! :D I’ll send along photos soon.

    Just as a side note, I follow this blog also:
    http://originalyeast.blogspot.com/
    Apparently, it is traditional in Japanese bread making to use fruit yeast waters as starters, with no flour. If you go to the feb ’08 posts, it describes the process. I thought you’d have fun reading about it.

    —–Jenna

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