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Deep Fried Not Bombs, or DFNB, will make a reprise on April 15th, Tax Day. Join us in UN Plaza at 5:30PM for fun and frying! Bring vegan food + veggies to share. We’ll provide the oil, an enormous fryer , vegan batter and try to have rice on hand calm your stomach.

note: in the event of extremely high winds or rain we will have to postpone this event.

UPDATE: There is a wind advisory for today, hopefully it calms, wind advisory has been dropped, we’ll try to go forward


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p.s. last time our stove wasn’t powerful enough, but rest assured this will no longer be an issue! Please see the image below:



Download the flyer or use the E-Card to get the word out!

thanks to maggie for the flyer & art! invite your friends with the card below.


Sunday December 14th, 2008

Station 40 (3030b 16th St @ Mission, SF, CA)

4:00PM – 8:00PM

FREE and open to everyone who’s interested in FNB!

Come for the dessert …. stay for the meeting!

Join your fellow food not bombs organizers and friends for a night of fun and dessert. Whether you’re an old time volunteer or someone new, this is a great opportunity to learn more about what we do, meet your fellow activists, plan for the coming year and help our movement grow.

There will be dessert, an informal meeting, and fun activities (screen printing, a movie?). We encourage you to bring vegan treats to share potluck style, we will make some homemade soy ice cream!

If you have questions or ideas we’d love to hear them! you are welcome to RSVP, we’d love to have an idea of how many people are coming. you can do this on the FNB facebook page or by emailing us at sffnbvolunteers (a) riseup d0t net

Some ideas on what to bring (recovering/dumpstering/creative reuse are always encouraged):

  • dumpstered goodies!
  • cookies, cupcakes or brownies
  • cakes and pies
  • fruit
  • gluten and/or sugar free confections
  • soy ice cream
  • donuts and pastry
  • candies, chocolate and miscellaneous treats!

activities (other ideas welcome!):

  • screen printing — bring a shirt, fabric or something to screen on! we’ll have the FNB logo and possibly other fun designs!
  • movie? — if you’ve got ideas let us know.

informal meeting

  • check-ins with various servings
  • finding a new cook house for saturday
  • reviving the soupstock music festival for spring (see pictures of sleater-kinney/fugazi in soupstock 00!)
  • food not bombs and disaster response (what should we do in an earthquake?)
  • should we do some skillshares / workshops? (home canning, vegan dessert making, how to start a FNB chapter, etc?)
  • ideas for events to serve at (last year we did the anarchist book fair, transmarch, protests, RRFM and others)
  • proposal: FNB should buy a turkey fryer (aka high powered gas burner) ~$50 / and a larger, reusable propane tank ($20-$60) for outdoor/mobile events
  • add your agenda items!

Sick of Soup? Bored of bagels?

Today, Wednesday, November 5th, Food  Not Bombs
will be hosting a special event, Deep Fried Not Bombs.

Join us to nurse your post-election hangover
or just to say fuck the system and US wars.

Bring (vegetarian) food you’d like to batter, fry and share , a cold beer*,
and enjoy the icy San Francisco evening with piping hot food from the fryer.

Some Suggestions: Onions, Zucchini, Mushrooms,
Broccoli & Cauliflower, Tofu,
eggplant, Peppers, potatoes,
samosas, dumplings, ravioli, curry puffs, fake meat, etc

We will provide canola oil, vegan batter, the stove
and some veggies to start things off!

Wed Nov 5, Serving starts at ~ 5:20 PM

UN Plaza (1150 Market St) near the fountain/UN Flag

Free and Open to all who are hungry!

Optional RSVP on Myspace & Facebook

(if it’s raining we will likely postpone to a later date)

*beer suggestion for effect. food not bombs does not necessarily
endorse, encourage or recommend drinking in public

As the all volunteer movement Food Not Bombs prepares to respond to
Hurricane Gustav the police and FBI raid several Food Not Bombs houses
in Minneapolis and a office in Berkeley where police seized 13

Zachary Patrick Grey, a University of Massachusetts student from
Marion, Mass., was arrested at 1:40 p.m. Monday after a foot chase,
according to a Denver County Court complaint. According to CBS 3 of
Springfield, Mass., Grey belongs to a group called Pioneer Valley Food
Not Bombs. The alleged feces was glass jar of coffee with soy milk.
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Long Haul hosts many radical community organizations including East Bay Food Not Bombs, Cycles of Change,  Needle Exchange, and East Bay Prisoner Support. Read the press release below for more information.

More than a dozen computers seized in questionable search

*Berkeley, CA* — At 10:30 am on Wednesday, August 27th, the UC Berkeley police, plainclothes FBI agents, and an Alameda County sheriff raided at gunpoint the Long Haul, a long-standing community library and info shop. Police spent at least an hour and a half searching the premises without allowing Long Haul members entry to their building. More than a dozen computers and other equipment were seized in the morning raid. Having made no attempt to contact Long Haul members, agents forced their way into the building by entering a neighboring non-profit office with guns drawn. Police refused to provide a search warrant until after the raid was over and property was seized.

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Update: Because of your support, through the thousands of phone calls and emails you made on our behave, the Town of Huntington and the Suffolk County Police Department have given in. All charges against Food Not Bombs activists have been dropped and we’ve received assurances that the police harassment will not continue.

Yesterday, Long Island Food Not Bombs was subjected to more police
harassment in the Township of Huntington. Police officers threatened
activists and community members with arrest, violence, false accusations of
possession of illegal substances and about every law and town code they
could think of.

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Note: Servings may cancel in the event of rain

WED: 16th & Mission – 6:30 PM.

FRI: 65 9th St. – 6:45 PM.

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