One of the great things about adapting a plant-based diet is that doing so makes you a planeteer. Guess who agrees with me — Maribago Bluewater Beach Resort.
This Sunday is Earth Day and I’m marrying my love for food and love for the environment into one fantastic cooking workshop at Maribago Bluewater. I visited this lovely resort last January to conduct a cooking and juice workshop at their Amuma Spa. I had a blast and they’ve invited me back for another one.
Not only will I be hosting a cooking workshop, I’m making sure there will be amazing vegan options at the event’s lunch buffet. I’m gonna keep hush hush about the food, but trust me — you will be eating well.
If you’re in Cebu, love the earth, and curious about how vegetarian cooking can help save the planet, come to Bluewater Maribago’s Earth day family festival and say hi! It’s gonna be a fun Sunday — come spend it with me.
Check out the events page here for more information and for your inquiries.
One of my hopes for 2012 is
for vegetable world domination / the vegetable apocalypse that the Philippines gets healthy, one meat-free meal and one green juice at a time. I’ve been doing my part so far through my Manila-based cooking and juice classes and workshops, as well as the occasional out-of-town trip (I know I’m overdue for a blog post on the Negros Organic Farmers Festival!).
I am pleased to announce that on the 21st of January, I will be heading Cebu-side and conducting a cooking workshop in the morning and juice and smoothie workshop in the afternoon in Amuma Spa, Bluewater Maribago Beach Resort. Catch morning yoga by Robert Vecchioni and a mindful eating workshop by Dr. Bill Ramos in the afternoon.
I haven’t visited Cebu since I was a young girl. I am particularly eager to check the beach out. I mean, I am practically quivering in excitement:
Any Cebuanos out there? I hope to see you next Saturday. I can’t wait!