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Join us for our seasonal community salon series

Salons are either evening, or often, all day events. Each Soup & Story (formerly Soup & Cinema) event has the same 3 elements:

  • Soup: We make the soup and other vittles all hand crafted with traditional home-kitchen culinary methods.
  • Story:  Story or film screening with community inquiry in the culture of sustainability and village living.
  • Salon: talk, sing, share, learn

Spring 2015:

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New Moon 2015

Simple Ritual for Us Common Folks:

Join us for a simple sweet new moon ritual led by Moona Cancino to celebrate the coming of Spring. Spring is a wonderful time of the year to bring in the ritual of enjoying nourishing teas and foods that lift the spirit. This ritual is intended to be simple and inviting for all involved. Please bring one item that makes you happy about the arrival of spring. Let’s create together and share in the refreshing bounty of this beautiful season.

After the ritual we will give a presentation of the 3 Permaculture Ethics and how they form the foundation of our Sustainability Mystery School, Lazy-Lady Living.

Story: New Moon Ritual
Salon: Spring New Moon (Equinox) Ritual
Soup: A Mediterranean Inspired Herbal Meza :: Nettle Chickpea Soup, The Happy Herbalist Tabbouleh, Refreshing Spring Teas
Time: 4:30 pm
Cost: BY DONATION, you must register to save your spot and you are asked to offer a donation.

Children welcome.
Space is limited.

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Join us for a couple hours for a short presentation on the history and healing uses of sacred indigenous plant medicines like Ayahuasca, Cannabis, Datura, Psillocyben Mushrooms and Peyote. Followed by Q&A.

Story: Film Screening: A God Day to Die
Salon: Visionary Plant Sacraments
Soup: Beans and Rice cooked in traditional bone stock
Time: 2:00pm
Cost: BY DONATION, you must register to save your spot and you are asked to offer a donation.

Space is limited.

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It is likely to be a rainy Spring Sunday, so get ready to cozy up and get inspired with Sally Fallon’s Nourishing Traditional Diets – an amazing tour through the travels and discoveries of Weston A. Price. If you are interested in the world’s sacred and fermented foods you will love this event. The viewing will be punctuated with a taste of traditional foods from the Tierra Soul Urban Farm Kitchen. So come hungry and leave your bag lunch at home!

We have a batch of lacto-fermented hibiscus lemon soda brewing just for the event. We will begin with overnight oats served with butter and cream, local honey, Tierra Soul Farm fresh goat milk yogurt and lacto-fermented berry syrup. Breakfast will also include Rugelach (a cream cheese pastry based cinnamon roll). For snacks we will serve liver paté, basil yogurt Lazy-Lady cream cheese, homemade yogurt dough crackers with lacto-fermented hibiscus lime soda. Lunch will be fresh veggie and bacon quiche or frittata and a big ole pot of Soup.

Film: Seminar on Traditional Diets
Salon: Nutrient Density and Value Added Farming
Soup: TBA (but you know it will be made with slow cooked bone broth and topped with creme fraische)
Cost: Adults: $75, Kids under twelve: $25, includes on-site childcare. Babes in arms are welcome and free

Consider the fee payment for getting fed all day long with amazing Sally Fallon foods while watching the master herself (on video) dishing out the wisdom!

Space is limited.

Save your spot now:


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Fall 2013:

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Sunday September 29, 2013, Portland, Oregon

Join us in viewing one of the films that tipped our balance, inspired us beyond belief and set the underpinnings of Tierra Soul in motion. A couple facts turned everything around for us. In Havana, a city of 2.2 million people, 50-80% of the food consumed in the city is grown and produced in the city! On top of that, in Havana they found that the smaller the farm the more productive it was per acre. These two facts got us all fired up and excited to see what we could do with our super-small urban farmette. The rest is history as they say…

After the film we will give a presentation of the 3 Permaculture Ethics and how they form the foundation of Lazy-Lady Living.

This is our main act for our upcoming Soup & Story World Tour. Program is the same – soup changes.

Film: The Power of Community, How Cuba Survived Peak Oil
Salon: The 3 Permaculture Ethics
Soup: White Bean Gypsy Stew & Sprouted Spelt Michaelmas Dragon Bread
Cost: FREE, but you must register to save a spot and you are more than welcome to offer a donation.

There is onsite childcare and babes in arms are welcome.

Space is limited.

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Sunday November 17, 2013, 10am to 4pm

Join us for our annual screening of A Family Undertaking and Lantern-Making:

Film: A Family Undertaking
Salon: Day of the Dead
Soup: Three Sisters Soup
Bring: Potluck dish to share
Cost: FREE, but you must register to save a spot and you are more than welcome to offer a donation. There is an onsite children’s program and babes in arms are welcome.

Space is limited.

Cost: FREE, but you must register to save a spot and you are more than welcome to offer a donation.

Don’t live in town? Organize your own Soup & Story and join our online discussion! Contact us for more info.

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Sunday November 17, 2013, 10am to 4pm

Join us for part I of our Sacred Economics Series -an all day exploration of PR & Marketing:

Film: Century of the Self part 1 – 3
Salon: Ethical Marketing
Soup: TBA
Bring: Potluck dish to share
Cost: FREE, but you must register to save a spot and you are more than welcome to offer a donation. There is an onsite children’s program and babes in arms are welcome.

Space is limited.

Cost: FREE, but you must register to save a spot and you are more than welcome to offer a donation.

Don’t live in town? Organize your own Soup & Story and join our online discussion! Contact us for more info.

Save your spot now:
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Sunday January 26, 2013, 10am to 4pm

Join us for part II of our Sacred Economics Series -an all day exploration of Debt – The new Opiate of the People :

Film: Maxed Out, The Flaw & TBA
Salon: Fair Share & Where the $ is going
Soup: TBA
Bring: Potluck dish to share
Cost: FREE, but you must register to save a spot and you are more than welcome to offer a donation.There is an onsite children’s program and babes in arms are welcome.

Space is limited.

Cost: FREE, but you must register to save a spot and you are more than welcome to offer a donation.

Don’t live in town? Organize your own Soup & Story and join our online discussion! Contact us for more info.

Save your spot now:

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It is likely to be a rainy Spring Sunday, so get ready to cozy up and get inspired with Sally Fallon’s Nourishing Traditional Diets – an amazing tour through the travels and discoveries of Weston A. Price. If you are interested in the world’s sacred and fermented foods you will love this event. The viewing will be punctuated with a taste of traditional foods from the Tierra Soul Urban Farm Kitchen. So come hungry and leave your bag lunch at home!

We have a batch of lacto-fermented hibiscus lemon soda brewing just for the event. We will begin with overnight oats served with butter and cream, local honey, Tierra Soul Farm fresh goat milk yogurt and lacto-fermented berry syrup. Breakfast will also include Rugelach (a cream cheese pastry based cinnamon roll). For snacks we will serve liver paté, basil yogurt Lazy-Lady cream cheese, homemade yogurt dough crackers with lacto-fermented hibiscus lime soda. Lunch will be fresh veggie and bacon quiche or frittata and a big ole pot of Soup.

Film: Seminar on Traditional Diets
Salon: Nutrient Density and Value Added Farming
Soup: TBA (but you know it will be made with slow cooked bone broth and topped with creme fraische)

Cost: Adults: $55, Kids under twelve: $25, includes on-site childcare. Babes in arms are welcome and free

Consider the fee payment for getting fed all day long with amazing Sally Fallon foods while watching the master herself (on video) dishing out the wisdom!

Space is limited.

Save your spot now:

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