Since 2006, the FFF is an informal network of exchange of fermentological practices, and by extension, a space for reflection on the place of life and biotechnology in modern society. These subjects give rise to workshops and conferences, mainly hosted by La Générale.
Free Fermentology Foundation
• Inventory of existing traditions
• Collecting germs and bacteria
• Organize a non profit exchange network
• Promoting and coordinating DIY biotech experiments
• Spread the knowledge
• Forge is yet to be built, all help is welcome
• Free kimch’i at the Phack table
It is therefore a question of living in harmony with the bacteria, despite their bad images, often synonymous with infection and disease, and that we have also naturally on the skin or in the intestines.
Named in an ironic nod to the Free Software Foundation of American free software guru Richard Stallman, the Free Fermentology Foundation begins as an informal network. Locally fermented starches and strains of dehydrated and dried local cultures are exchanged by post. Also developing online theoretical discussion groups, experiments in pavilion garages, exchange of know-how to make its own sauerkraut, lacto-fermented tomato or dried meat. In Paris, one can attend conferences, workshops and public demonstrations.
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