Hello new faces 🙂

Hooray for the new Turkey Fryer!

Heats 15 gallons pot of water in 35 min

Costs ~$15 to refill propane tank @ Action Rental (Orange Building) 11th and Folsom

Safety Tips:

  • Keep fryer in full view while burner is on.
  • Be aware of stability – may easily tip over
  • Place fryer in an open area away from all walls, fences, or other structures including children and animals
  • Never use in, on, or under any structure that can catch fire.
  • Raise and lower food slowly to reduce splatter and avoid burns.
  • Cover bare skin when adding or removing food
  • Immediately turn gas off if fire occurs
  • Top oil residue can be flammable – take precautions
  • Never use water to extinguish a grease fire

For those interested in purchasing cookware:  save up to 50% @ instawares.com

Rainbow Grocery:

– Days that people picked up were talked about

-We agreed to keep the status quo Ask staff if they have any concerns, ideas

Alternative food sources:

-Farmer’s Markets (late afternoon) are usually generous about donating food

-Produce Alley (Jerrold Ave @ Bay Shore Blvd near Cesar Chavez)

Someone shared — 5-digit SKU identifier starting with numeric:

9 = organic

8 = genetically modified

4 = conventionally grown

Outreach:

-A specialized letter soliciting food/utensils, etc. should be readily accessible – refer to FNB book

-fliering/stickers  – Zach and Robert?

-$25 for 250 stickers from stickerguy.com; $10 printing fliers

Bikecart update:

-Bike cart confiscated, Cops claiming to know nothing about the bikecarts’ whereabouts

-We’ll have a new bikecart in 2-weeks

-Ray has offered his services/space to weld the current cart (and mentioned we could build future carts if we paid for welding supplies)

Celebrate the 30th Year Anniversary of FNB @ Soupstock 4/19:

-FNB Sponsor

-Convergence 4/18 discussing food justice, workshops, enigma of plastic spoons, community gardens, local + csa boxes, etc. Location TBA

-Diamond Dave said La Plebe has expressed interest in performing

-Upcoming bi-weekly committee meetings

Special opportunity to hear a presentation from  FNB Cofounder Keith McHenry discussing effective community organizing.  Contact Taos FNB Collective to schedule this valuable presentation.  Phone is 575-776-3880. You can also email Nyna at nyna@foodnotbombs.net

Starting FNB:

-Potential new alternate Sunday location TBA

Really Really Free Market:

-This Sat 1/31 @ El Balazo/Sub Mission

2187 Mission St 1-5pm

-Kitchen @ Zach’s place 10am

Russia FNB:

Thank you Daria for sharing your experiences in Russia!

(Read Daria’s article on SF FNB homepage)

-Tension still exists since St. Petersburg killing 2005

-Help support Russia by posting on their forum @ foodnotbombs.ru

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