Friends! Please join us tomorrow night for a panel on food justice! There will be delicious food (cooked by the Slow Food crew) and a lotta knowledge. It will be enlightening and yummy- bring your friends!!

Wednesday, April 29 (TOMORROW) AT 7:30 IN Sanders Classroom.

Spring CSA Shares available through our Vassar Food Co-op CSA program!!! Order by March 30th!

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Vassar Food Co-operative

SPRING CSA SHARES AVAILABLE! After a great deal of organizing and collaborating we have put together a really special spring CSA share program!! We have vegetab...les, Sprout Creek cheese, bread, milk, meat, eggs, and coffee available for purchase! All the prices are listed on our attached poster. For more information about our prices, the farms, and each share please visit our blog:

Our program will begin April 1st and last 6 weeks until May 6th. Pick ups will be every Wednesday from 12-4pm in the college center. You must order by Monday, March 30th and pay at the first pick up on Wednesday, April 1. Payments may be made in cash or check made out to Vassar Food Co-op! Order online at or email us your orders/questions/concerns at

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Meeting tonight at 9:15 in the Faculty Commons! Hope to see you there!

Cool stuff goin' on this semester with Slow Food! Check out our notes from this week's meeting to get up to date:

We are tabling THURSDAYS to sell our reusable bags and cookbooks at the farmer's market! Please sign up to help table here:…/1MpMXkwb5rrAqMvnncrlHtnrGAF…/edit…

CSA SHARES ARE ALMOST A GO! As of now, we will be having a Spring CSA start at the beginning of April until first week of May. A vegetable share, bread share, milk share, egg, meat share, and the beloved Sprout Creek cheese share will ALL be available. Super exciting stuff. If you want to help organize this, email!

This semester we're focusing on ~info sharing~ which means we want to learn more from each other and put on events where the student body could learn more. On that note we have the following things going on:
1. Send us stuff! - articles, notes, pictures, movies, whatever - about food issues, agriculture, cooking, Slow Food, animals, or whatever you find the least bit interesting. We will talk about the things you send us at the meetings to learn about what's going on in the world.
2. Professor/Student Panel on food research with Challah for Hunger and Hunger Action - details to come.
3. Speaker - we almost got a speaker last semester but it fell through, so this semester we are trying again! If you know of anybody in the food world, please send us their names and we will contact them!

We want to collab with more clubs (Yay new friends!!) who we don't communicate with yet - literally any club at all! We want to branch out and meet new people and find new connections and really need your help. So if you are part of another club and think it would be a good club friendship, please send us the club's name and leader!

Are you an artist? graphic designer? stick figure drawer? We're looking to make signs on campus to spread our name and mission and fun food facts around. We will be working on this next meeting, so if you're interested in helping with this let us know!

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Hello Slow Food friends! There is an OXFAM Hunger Banquet tonight from 5-7pm in the CC MPR!! It will be a really moving demonstration illustrating how hunger manifests in our society as a result of social inequality. We hope to see you there!!

Hello friends! Food Day(s) are upon us and Vassar is doing it right! Vassar Sustainability is throwing many lovely events this week:

Tuesday 11/4
-Tasty Tuesday in the College Center
-Apple Pie Workshop 3-4pm ACDC (rsvp to


Wednesday 11/5
-Walking Tour of Middle Main 3:15-5pm (rsvp to
-Dessert and Swing Dance with Potown Swing 7:30-10pm Aula

Thursday 11/6
-First Day of the Indoor Market 12-4pm College Center
-Local Foods Night 5-8:30pm ACDC

Try to come participate in some of these fun things!

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The Slow Food squad looking mighty fine!

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"So you agree? You think you're really pretty?" We want your pretty faces in our yearbook photo! Come to the meeting in the Rose Parlor at 8:30 tonight and let's record all that prettiness for posterity!

We will also be discussing Local Foods Night at the DC, a Food Day event, and bringing in a speaker!

See you tonight

Hi friends! TODAY, THURSDAY THE 11TH, is the last day to order your CSA Share! Go fill out our nifty order form right here:

Payment is due next Tuesday at pick-up

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Looking to eat delicious, fresh, and local veggies, eggs, honey, and cheese this fall? Check out Vassar Food Co-op's CSA share program for weekly deliveries of these local products! All information can be found on the poster or on their blog, Email with orders/questions!

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Still not sure what the heck Slow Food is?? This article from the huffington post sums it up pretty well! Good. Clean. Fair.

Officially begun in Italy in the 1980s as a response to "fast food" and its incursions into regional cuisine and identity, this way of looking at the world through food is much more than just a rejection of industrial food constructs -- it ...
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Food Inc

Check out the film the food industry doesn't want you to see. Fed Up is finally in theaters:

Slow Food Vassar shared their photo.
May 13, 2014

8-10pm in the Aula! TICKETS ARE $5!

Entertainment will include the Vastards, Ethan Cohen Octect, Matthew's Minstrels and more!

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Slow Food Vassar

Hope y'all are holding up well as study week begins.
Be sure to keep those hard-working, beautiful bodies nourished!

Challah for Hunger invites us all for a lo...vely study break:

Challah French Toast Night
Tuesday, May 13th from 8-10pm in the Aula!

Entertainment will include the Vastards, Ethan Cohen Octect, Matthew's Minstrels and more!

tickets will be $5 at the door for UNLIMITED FRENCH TOAST and all proceeds will benefit the American Jewish World Service Sudan Relief Fund and Dutchess Outreach. help us help them!

if you fill out this survey, you could win a free ticket!

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A combined grocery store and urban farm where shoppers get a glimpse of how their food is grown and also get to harvest some of their own ingredients.

Right now, the Farmery is just a test project in a shipping container, but Ben Greene and his team have big dreams.