Eugene Food Swap

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Photos Courtesy of Jenny Wunder friend and co-blogger of Eugene Garden Lounge

Overall, it was a small quiet get together with some amazing food and very genuine people. There was so much I wanted to swap for but not enough of my goods to trade with. Next time I shall bring more. Some things that Jenny and I got: chamomile tincture (for sleepytime), nettles tincture (for detox), lavender tincture (for relaxation), winter sweet sauce (basically dried fruits soaked in booze mixed with citrus and made into a spread yummm…), eggs, pickled beets, grape jelly, saurkraut, and kombucha. There were also lots of great baked goods, white bean hummus, flavored oils and vinegars, the list goes on. These ladies are great. Cant wait to learn more and trade for some great stuff at the next Eugene Food Swap

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About Megan French

I am a dreamer. I am a hopeful soul that thinks one day we could come together to support each other in a community; support one another's services, hard-work, products, and knowledge. I hope that one day we can be global and local thinkers; supporting each other economically through local interactions and supporting the world globally by respecting other cultures and learning from them. Through local thought and community relationships we can clean up our world environments, power figures, and idea about what is most important in our lives. It all begins with knowledge and understand about how to get back to the basics: cooking, sewing, foraging, preserving, scouting... DIY for life and for the future of our society.

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