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Edible Taxidermy

Vegetarian butcher and taxidermist, Rachael Fountain began her journey into death at exactly the same time you did… at birth.
With a survivalist approach to our natural surroundings and seasons, her work addresses questions about society’s attitudes to death, and meat.

There is a disconnect that has developed. Can we really afford to be squeamish about dead animals if we want to eat meat?

An introduction to taxidermy and an interactive experience that’s part wild foraged lunch, part talk, and part wild animal butchery.
You’ll come away with full bellies and much food for thought.
All animals are ethically sourced and not killed for purpose. (Vegetarian options available)
On the menu: Wild Game Stew, Smoked Troopers Funnel Mushrooms, Foraged Bristol Greens, Urban Veg.

Please get in contact with Finders Keepers Crafts with any questions. Curiosity welcome.

This event has the potential to extend to further dates, subject to demand, so get in touch!

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    Edible Taxidermy

    Theme: Week 2, Talks and Debates, Workshops and Demos
    Venue: East
    On: Sunday 23rd June
    Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Address: The Pickle Factory, 3 All Hallows Rd, Bristol BS5 0HH
    Cost: £35

    Vegetarian butcher and taxidermist, Rachael Fountain began her journey into death at exactly the same time you did… at birth.
    With a survivalist approach to our natural surroundings and seasons, her work addresses questions about society’s attitudes to death, and meat.

    There is a disconnect that has developed. Can we really afford to be squeamish about dead animals if we want to eat meat?

    An introduction to taxidermy and an interactive experience that’s part wild foraged lunch, part talk, and part wild animal butchery.
    You’ll come away with full bellies and much food for thought.
    All animals are ethically sourced and not killed for purpose. (Vegetarian options available)
    On the menu: Wild Game Stew, Smoked Troopers Funnel Mushrooms, Foraged Bristol Greens, Urban Veg.

    Please get in contact with Finders Keepers Crafts with any questions. Curiosity welcome.

    This event has the potential to extend to further dates, subject to demand, so get in touch!

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