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Brothl pop-up at futurefoodsystem

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Dates

Friday 15 October 2021
3pm - 8pm

Venue

River Terrace

This week, Joost Bakker of futurefoodsystem is partnering with Discovered Wildfoods, ReturnR Marketplace and Darling Distillery to bring you a pop-up of his former zero-waste Hardware Lane cafe Brothl, featuring homemade broth and limited release gin.

Head on down to River Terrace at Fed Square to sample one of three different broth flavours, utilising ingredients from futurefoodsystem as well as other ethically and sustainably sourced produce. Meat-based broths will be made with harvested wild game from Discovered Wildfoods, while the vegetarian broth will use wild Tasmanian-harvested seaweed, plant skeletons, and Yarra Valley mushrooms from Unearthed co Mushrooms.

The limited-release gin is the first batch made as part of a collaboration with Darling Distillery, using rainwater and botanicals from futurefoodsystem.

All broth will be made by futurefoodsystem chef-residents Jo Barrett and Matt Stone, at futurefoodsystem, and will be available for purchase in a ReturnR cup, which can be used again, for $15.

Future Gin will be available for purchase by the bottle for $95.

Wines from Mac Forbes wines and mushroom skewers will also be available for purchase.

Joost Bakker, the creator of futurefoodsystem and the brains behind this new initiative says:

We are excited to bring back Brothl in collaboration with Discovered Wildfoods to celebrate the launch of ReturnR Marketplace – a brilliant Melbourne initiative that has the potential to eliminate a mountain of waste. The concept of zero-waste is gaining global attention and brilliant minds are now finding sustainable solutions like this – it’s an inspiring and exciting time.

The Brothl pop up will celebrate ingredients that are not being used and are causing harm to our natural environment.

With over 25 million wild pigs and 1 million wild deer on the east coast of Australia alone, the damage these species are causing to native habitat is immense.

Recent bushfires and the rain that’s followed have created the perfect environment for these populations to explode.

We’ve joined forces with Discovered Wildfoods to find a sustainable solution through broth.

We will offer three varieties of broth at River Terrace at Fed Square, alongside our first batch of gin made in collaboration with Darling Distillery, wine from Mac Forbes and mushrooms from unearthed.

All served in ReturnR and embracing a future that is #zerowaste.

Location of pop-up: top of steps next to futurefoodsystem, River Terrace, Fed Square.

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“The way we grow, harvest, transport, sell and eat our food is the most destructive human activity on the planet” – Joost Bakker Imagine solving the world’s biggest problem’s by simply changing the way we live. futurefoodsystem is attempting just that. Joost Bakker’s living, no-waste eco-house is situated smack bang in the middle of Fed Square’s River Terrace, complete with aquaponics, solar power, micro-farms, a charcoal tank and rooftop garden. From February until November, 2021, futurefoodsystem was home to celeb foodies Matt Stone and Jo Barrett, who spent their days harvesting, cooking and eating the food this 100% sustainable modern urban farm produces – while all waste produced by the house is fed back into the house’s systems: a closed-loop. Now, the house has a weekly special guest chef who Joost invites to the house to create a unique dish – all made from food produced at futurefoodsystem. Intrigued? Well, there are a few ways that you can get up close and personal with futurefoodsystem including: The interactive virtual tour Joost Asks: The weekly Instagram takeover livestreams, where Joost interviews someone who has been instrumental to the design or construction of futurefoodsystem, including technology entrepreneurs and sustainability heroes. Every Wednesday at 12pm AEDT, and available in our story highlights on Instagram The Green Chef: the weekly video series where Joost invites someone well-loved in Australian hospitality, including famous chefs and cooks, to create a recipe based on ingredients at futurefoodsystem. The videos will be released on YouTube and via our website every Monday, and the recipes published here on our website each week You can check out the range of futurefoodsystem recipes you can try at home.
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