Speaking about health issues and food security, renowned chef Bryant Terry James-Beard had students make their own vegetarian gumbo, “Texas Caviar “and lavender lemonade.
vegan chef and author of cookbooks acclaimed Bryant Terry recently made a visit to a high school in Berkeley, CA to lead a discussion about activism and food security, and to have the group 60 students cook and prepare your own vegetarian food community. food menu activist justice based in Oakland by students of the Academy of Technology Berkeley includes gumbo, roasted pumpkin seeds, based on black eyed peas Texas caviar, and lavender lemonade, according to Berkeleyside . Terry stressed the importance of fighting for healthy food choices, especially in neighborhoods of low income similar to those in which many of the students alternative high live, remembering liquor stores 53 corner and the complete absence grocery stores in West Oakland when he moved to the area in 2008. “may be responsible for the media and create a counter-narrative around these issues,” he said. The seminar was attended by students, many of whom were initially concerned about vegetarian food, working together and with products of their garden campus to create your meal. “There was some anxiety about it being vegan,” Professor Williams said Dawn. “Many of our students are used to eating meat. But when we started cooking and all odors and [building of] community, who were not even thinking about that.”