Permies make passata


In the inner southern suburbs of Adelaide, a small group of permaculturalists have been gathering to experiment with artisanal food skills. From cheese-making to sourdough, they’ve been exploring and sharing the skills that make good food. To herald the end of summer, we sourced 180kg of tomatoes from local farmer’s markets and had a go at making passata. A 15-hour food preservation epic, our kitchens are now lined with long-necks filled with crushed tomatoes. This film is a little something I shot amid the spraying tomatoes and bubbling barrels.

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  1. Hi Joel, I’m an editor at an American sustainability and green living magazine called Mother Earth News and I’d like to talk to you about using a photo called maple community gardens.jpg. Would you email me, please, at rmather@motherearthnews.com so we can work out details? Many thanks. Best, Robin Mather.

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