The Story Behind a Pint of Milk – 29th May

Open Jar Collective hosts an evening of talks, tasting, and discussion, exploring where our milk comes from and the role that micro-dairies could play in building a more sustainable food system.  There will be practical demos on how to make your own fresh cheese, butter and oat milk, a chance to hear from a local dairy farmer, and time to have a chat over a bowl of soup.  This free event is supported by the Glasgow Local Food Network.

Friday 29th May 5 – 8pm at the Kinning Park Complex

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Bannock making workshop

A motley crew of bannocks made over a rather hot fire at our workshop on Saturday! We hosted a conversation about the role of artists in building more sustainable food cities at one day event at Tramway on Sat 14th March. Participants in the workshop made their own bannock from scratch then cooked it over a fire while we talked about our approach to food and sustainability. The event was organised by Creative Carbon Scotland and part of the Green Art Lab Alliance. Read more here