We don’t get a chance to come to SF/OAK much but this Thursday we’re giving a rare performance of some of the new material coming up on our upcoming album “The Folks Below/RiseUp” which YOU successfully funded!
There are no presales and the cap is 100 people or so. This is an early show, starts at 7pm. We’re on at 10pm. All the info you need is in the flyer below.
HUMANWINE will be Holly Brewer and M@ McNiss. RSVP
Go to do415.com for a chance to get in free.
Got a video camera? New England has expressed that it wants you to tape the show. If you get footage please send a copy to email@example.com so we can pass it around.
Photo By finiculi, finicula
Moss graffiti, also called eco-graffiti or green graffiti, replaces spray paint, paint-markers or other such toxic chemicals and paints with a paintbrush and a moss “paint” that can grow on its own. As people become more eco-friendly and environmentally aware, the idea of making living, breathing graffiti has become a more green and creative outlet for graffiti artists. It can also be considered another form of guerrilla gardening.
Say it Don’t Spray it
WHAT YOU NEED
+ One or two clumps (about a small handful) of moss
+ 2 cups of vegan yogurt
(Buttermilk yeilds best results)
+ 2 cups of water (or beer)
+ 1/2 tsp. sugar
HOW YOU DO
1.) Gather up as much moss as you can find or buy.
2.)Wash the moss to get as much soil out of the roots as possible.
3.) Break the moss apart into manageable pieces and place in blender.
4.) Add the buttermilk/yogurt, water/beer and sugar. Blend the mixture until completely smooth. You’ll want it to have a paint-like texture. If the mixture is at a consistency where you feel it will drip, add corn syrup until the consistency you desire is reached.
5.) Use a paintbrush to apply the moss-paint to the surface on which you wish your design to grow.
6.) If possible, check back weekly to either spray the design with water (to encourage moss growth, especially if you live in a dry environment) or apply more moss-paint.
Stop by our Shoppe
by YerYerOwn Merch-Outlet
Our ever improving online store is up at humanwine.org. The store is open 24/7 with the exception of Buy Nothing Daywhich is observed on the Friday after the third Thursday in November. Every package is lovingly put together by yours truly. Thank you for your support.
Snapshot of the store at humanwine.org
The shirts were brought down in price because we no longer include shipping in the cost.
We added an “Add to Cart” button, in the stead of the “Buy Now” buttons and now there is a “View Cart” button so you can see what’s in there before you check out.
“Eat well and listen to our music for longer.”
Roasted Red Pepper Pesto
Great on homemade Pizza
3 large roasted red peppers, coarsely chopped
1/2 cups packed basil leaves
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1/2 cups vegan parmesan cheese
(nutritional yeast flakes blanched almonds salt)< - — so easy
1/4 cups walnuts, chopped
2 cups olive oil
*salt (grey or pink) and pepper to taste
Mix the first five ingredients in a food processor or blender and puree until smooth. Slowly add the oil with the processor/blender on. Add salt and pepper.
Top a Pizza with it hint hint…look 2 columns over :P~
An affordable Hybrid
Rosemary-Laced Lemonade Tea:
2 cups prepared tangerine- or orange-flavored white tea
2 cups chilled lemonade
2 large sprigs fresh rosemary (about 6” each)
In a large jar, bruise the rosemary leaves with your fingers.
Add the lemon and water, cover and let the sun do the work for 4 hours.
Strain or don’t. If you have a fridge or you might want to put the mixture in there for an hour to chill. Ice is terrible for your insides.
You get about 3 days with this, if you have a refridgeration device.
Homemade Pizza Dough
Top it with Roasted Red Pepper Pesto
1 (.25 ounce) package active dry yeast
1 teaspoon raw sugar (yeast has got to eat)
1 cup warm water (110 degrees F/45 degrees C)
2 1/2 cups bread flour
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon salt (Grey/Pink)
- How It Goes -
Preheat oven to 450 degrees F (230 degrees C).
In a medium bowl, dissolve yeast and sugar in warm water. Let stand until creamy, about 10 minutes.
Stir in flour, salt and oil. Beat until smooth. Let rest for 5 minutes.
Turn dough out onto a lightly floured surface and pat or roll into a round.
Transfer crust to a lightly greased pizza pan or baker’s peel dusted with cornmeal. Spread with desired toppings and bake in preheated oven for 15 to 20 minutes, or until golden brown. Let baked pizza cool for 5 minutes before serving.
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