April 30, 2021 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Stephanie Jordan

It’s spring at Be Love Farm and the land is bursting with life! Owners Matthew and Terces Engelhart started Be Love Farm in Vacaville more than a decade ago with a dedication to organic, regenerative farming and building community through agritourism. They produce dozens of different foods from Asparagus to Zinfandel, believing variety to be more resilient to world and climate unrest (and more fun)! Join Terces for this cooking class where she draws upon the farm’s bounty to create a Spring Asian Rice Bowl topped with fresh garden vegetables and soy-ginger sauce (or spicy cashew cheese). She will also teach us how to make fresh, homemade almond milk from Be Love Farm’s almonds! This class will be moderated by Sustainable Solano staff with an audience Q & A at the end.

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