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After February's frivolity, March is a month for healthy eating and self-sufficiency.
Backyard eggs are as fresh and tasty as you can get
By most accounts, the end of the world is at hand: birds falling from the sky; floods; earthquakes; Palin/McCain 2012. March offers a few opportunities to hone your post-apocalyptic survival skills with workshops on canning and chicken husbandry.
Mar 5 – Canning Workshop
Mar 5 – Winter Farmers’ Market
Mar 12 – Winter Farmers’ Market
Mar 19 – Healthy Chef Competition and Dinner
Mar 19 – Winter Farmers’ Market
Mar 24 – Dining Out for Life
Mar 26 – Winter Farmers’ Market
Mar 29 – Backyard Chicken Workshop
Still going strong, you’ll find the Winter Farmers Markets every weekend by Nat Bailey Stadium [map]. Check out this list of market vendors.
Although technically it’s a trade event, the public is welcome to come and taste what Vancouver Healthiest chefs have to offer. It’s a dinner event and calls for ‘business’ attire. Tickets are $85.
Make a difference for people with HIV/AIDS just by eating in fancy restaurants: 230 restaurants to choose from, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. See diningoutforlife.com for more information.
If you’re constantly on the lookout for the newest place to eat, you can either stalk me or check out Vancouver Foodster’s blackboard of upcoming restaurant openings.