- Slow Food Indy
For example, a fact that most of us would never even consider, and a number that is hard to fathom, comes from a study done by the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine, " The Standard American Diet requires 4,200 gallons—191 kiddie pools’ worth—of water per day." That's per person. Obviously we're not drinking that much water, it is due to the fact that, "It takes nearly 420 gallons of water to produce one pound of chicken."
- Eat better meat, and less of it.
Don't worry it won't just be a night of conversation. Starting at 6:30 p.m. you will have the opportunity to do tours of Smoking Goose, including a sample of charcuterie (cured meat is the best). Plus, three local chefs including Chris Benedyk from Love Handle, George Turkette from Vida, and Erin Till of Clustertruck will be preparing fresh, local dishes using meat from the farms that are present at the event.
Oh, a beer will be available for purchase since it's at Flat 12.
So, come out for a night of connecting with and gaining a better understanding of where your food comes from and why it's important to be mindful of sustainability and the ethical treatment of animals. You'll leave knowing that slow meat is the only way to eat.
Get your tickets here.
Slow Meat 2
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Flat 12 Bierwerks, 414 Norman St., 317-635-2337, flat12.me