I’ll be teaching a green juice and smoothie workshop at Yoga Camp, a wellness weekend being held at Cintai Corito’s Garden in Balete, Batangas on May 25 to 26. You’ll discover how fruit and vegetables in liquid form can alkalize, detoxify, and heal the body. We’ll tackle superfoods too, thanks to friends at Superfood Grocer. Hope to see you there!
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Please watch this powerful video by Animals Australia. No gore or violence, just very heart-aching. I weeped when I watched this and it just reaffirms the work that I do.
I’m super excited for this!! Come and fill up the last remaining seats for this benefit dinner, demo and lecture. Denise Celdran and I will talk about the superpowers of herbs and spices, treating cancer treatment side effects with food, how to make the food you eat more cancer fighting. Mushroom man Marco Lobregat will share how mushrooms can be super beneficial for your health and for cancer treatment. By the way, this is informative for anyone interested in health and good food.
Other topics for tomorrow’s Anti-Cancer Cooking Workshop:
- How to cook for a cancer patient (dealing with taste changes throughout treatment)
- How to make immuni-tea
- How and what to juice
Plus you get to eat the dishes (5 types) and take home the recipes!
Text Denise!! 0917-847-4831
Learn how to prepare health-promoting, nourishing and delicious food-as-medicine to relieve or prevent cancer treatment symptoms. This cooking demonstration will focus on high-quality whole foods that improve immunity response, possess anti-cancer and antioxidant properties, help reduce inflammation, aid digestion, and replace minerals. You will also enjoy a fabulous vegetarian meal to boot.
Proceeds from this demo, lecture, and dinner will go to the I Can Serve Foundation, a non profit organization that promotes early breast cancer detection through high impact information campaigns and community based screening programs.
For more information on this event and other related events under the Mushrooms Go Pink PH breast cancer awareness campaign, check out the image below. Oh and RSVP through the linked image if you’d like to attend!
When: 16th of October, Tuesday
7 to 10 pm
Where: Edgy Veggy Cafe
G/F #3 Brixton St., Kapitolyo, Pasig
Early bird rate: P750
Pay at the door: P1,000
Maximum of 20 guests
To the animal lovers and the herbivores, the veg-curious and those who just happen to enjoy good food — take note! Here is a chance to fill your bellies with deliciousness while supporting a cause dear to my heart. Also if you haven’t been to any of my cooking classes and are curious, this is your chance to taste my food and see if healthy (vegan!) food can indeed taste pleasurable.
This is in celebration of a couple of things:
- Vegetarian awareness month
- World Vegetarian Day (today)
- My b-day
- My vegetarian anniversary
- A meal where everyone eats meat free is always something to celebrate
We’ve got an action-packed schedule of classes for this special month!
Experience plant-based Japanese and Vietnamese cuisines at their finest on the 6th, Saturday and 10th, Wednesday.
Learn creative ways to cook quinoa, a superfood grain from South America on the 18th, Thursday.
Beat inflammation (and even reverse it) through food on the 23rd, Tuesday.
Chocolate gets the royal treatment on the 24th, Wednesday.
Go gaga over shrooms (and learn why they are sooo good for us) on the 27th, Saturday.
And finally, get bodaciously barbecued on the 31st, Wednesday.
General information on classes here.
Cancellation policy on classes here.
Photos of past cooking classes here.
*Watch out for a special cancer-fighting cooking demonstration and benefit dinner in Edgy Veggy Cafe in Pasig on the 16th, Tuesday, in partnership with Edgy Veggy, I Can Serve Foundation, and Ministry of Mushrooms‘s Shrooms Go Pink breast cancer awareness project.
**Also watch out for a benefit brunch for PAWS‘ special needs animals in Alabang on the 20th, Saturday.
Get schooled this June in burgers, Greek food, pub food, raw food, green juice, pies. Full menu here.
Well hello there. I know I should’ve posted this recipe last week but I spent last week doing major R&R after a packed summer. How have you been?
So in case I haven’t talked about it enough, I conducted a vegan cooking demo at Yummy Magazine‘s fabulous food fair last May the 26th in Rockwell Tent called Yummy Eats. It was pretty packed. My face appeared on the big screen which I did not expect. My team and I prepared enough samples for a small army. I was slightly nervous but I was comforted by the fact that I get to share my vegetable nerdery with people who don’t necessarily make vegetables a priority in their diet.
Lots of good food went around – mostly omnivorous. There were 2 vegetarian tables, though.
Wabi Sabi Noodle House and Vegetarian Grocery had a pretty artistic table (they won the award for best design) and gave out samples of vegan chicharon. Their kuapao sandwich rocked, too. Pipino Vegetarian had a booth as well and gave out free samples of vegan mac and cheese and Cuban grilled corn.
The vegetarian love is slowly growing!
I made 3 dishes for the demo and I promised folks I would post the recipes on my blog. I’ve decided to post them in 3 parts. Part 1, here we go.
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Wow. When I made my schedule for April and May, I did not expect things to get crazy. In a good way.
A lot has happened for Kitchen Revolution…
I started summer cooking classes for kids.
And in the process, two of my former colleagues and I had a mini reunion when they sent their daughters to class!
I taught a couple of cooking workshops for public school kids in partnership with Hands on Manila and Starbucks Philippines. It’s all about starting ‘em early, folks.