CulturedSF is subversive food and all things cultured.

Think blackberry honey yogurt, creamy goat cheese with borage flowers and herbs or hand foraged nettles in lemon ricotta ravioli.

I grow food and forage for it. I culture foods because they taste good and have a complexity that most processed food doesn’t have.

Finally, the subversive part: Corporations can’t charge me for the sun, rain or the soil I create. I have fun picking and eating tasty weeds .

I have a yen for the fancier things in life, but I’m too cheap to buy them. Makes sense to make ‘em myself don’t ya think?

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