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Iso Rabins, ForageSF

Learn about how Iso fell in love with wild foods, how to start finding food around you, and some of the partnerships he’s working on with other SF food organizations.

This week I talked with Iso Rabins, founder of ForageSF, a wild foods community founded in early 2008, whose mission is “to connect Bay Area dwellers with the wild food that is all around them” through educational lectures, dinners, and a “CSA” box of foraged food.

Find out what mycology is, and how fun it can be, some of the logistical barriers Iso has faced while trying to build an organization dealing with foraged food, what a sea bean tastes like, and why everyone should go to the Eat Real Festival in Oakland.

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