Pozole for the Soul: Ancestral Medicine Cooking Class for BIPOC
Monday, November 23, 2020 | 3-5pm PST/ 6-8pm EST
*Cooking class will be held via Zoom
*Workshop is open to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color including mixed POC and children of various global diaspora.
*If you have economic and social privilege and would like to redistribute the wealth,
please consider sponsoring the registration fee for a BIPOC individual in need.
Join us for a live, interactive cooking class with BIPOC folx across the land!
You will learn:
- How to make pozole (dish can be plant based or with animal protein)
- The different regional styles and ingredients of pozole
- The art of making a broth
- How to prepare hominy and its origin
- The importance of building a relationship with your home fire- a belief of spirit & science that nurtures the family, changes the alchemy, and brings warmth and wisdom.
You will receive:
- A list of ingredients and items that you will need to cook live with us
- 2 hours of step-by-step instructions, community discussion, story telling & more
You will need:
- Chicken drum sticks, thighs and breast or mushrooms to make soup plantbased
- Hominy can 110 oz can (6 lbs)
- 2 Ancho chiles (dry)
- 3 Chile de arbol (dry)
- 13 Guajillo Chiles (dry)
- 1 medium white onion
- 1 whole head of garlic
- Spices: oregano, bay leaves, cumin
- Diced onion
- Sliced radishes
- 20 Qt stock pot
- 2 QT sauce pan
- Cutting board
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Sewa Yuli (they/them) is a queer, full spectrum birthkeeper, bodyworker, community cook and parent. Rooted in Mexican curanderismo, Traditional Mexican postpartum care, and Food Justice advocacy, Sewa is the founder of Mi Xantico (pronounced chan-tico). In addition to the aforementioned services, they provide 1:1 meal prep services, postpartum nutritional support, catering, cooking classes and more.
Centered around Ancestral Foods, Sewa utilizes culinary medicine to promote healing, connection to tradition and health autonomy in all their practices.
To learn more, contact MiXantico@gmail.com.
Once payment is received, you will receive a PDF with further instructions.. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not receive your confirmation email.
NonRefundable: All payments are nonrefundable.
Scholarships: Limited scholarships will be awarded to BIPOC individuals who would not otherwise be able to attend due to financial and social hardships. Applications must be submitted by Sunday, November 15th. Folks will be informed on Tuesday, November 17th.
To apply, email Eri@BirthBruja.com with a short share about who you are and why you want to attend and be sure to add "Pozole for the Soul Scholarship" in the subject!
Do you work for a Community Org or an Academic Institution?:
Check to see if you can use continuing education funding to pay for this workshop! Email email@example.com if you need an invoice.