Do you wish you could eat meat that you felt good about? Imagine if we had access to kosher, local, organic, hertiage meat that we could eat knowing that no animals nor future generations were harmed.
At Eating Animals, we’ll eat and learn about heritage, kosher chickens and start to build momentum to get more ethical meat to our tables.
Join us for a gourmet, kosher, organic meal featuring locally-raised heritage chickens carefully prepared under kosher supervision. Dinner will be followed by a discussion with heritage chicken farmer, Frank R. Reese Jr, profiled in Jonathan Saffron Foer’s book and film, Eating Animals to explore the intersection between Jews, food and animal welfare.
All proceeds from the event will go to support our efforts to inspire and empower our community to be shomrei adamah, guardians of the earth.
All we need to make this event amazing is YOU. Get your tickets today.
Date: Thursday September 12, 2019
Time: 6:30PM-9:00 PM
Location: A gorgeous backyard near Bathurst and Eglinton (exact address will be given when you get your tickets)
Cost: $150 (includes $120 tax receipt per ticket)