How is class conducted?
It starts off with a quick introduction and lecture on what will be tackled. Everyone gets to cook / bake and practice knife skills. After cooking / baking, we eat what we make! On dessert days, I prepare a simple and healthy lunch.
What kind of skill level do I need to join a class?
How do I pay for a class?
Check out this page for more details. As our classes are quite popular, payments made in advance are highly encouraged to assure your slot in the class.
What should I wear / bring to class?
Where do you conduct class?
Most classes are taught in a domestic kitchen in Ayala Alabang Village. As the venue is home-based, the address is not published on this website. Please contact me if you’d like to sign up for class or inquire about the venue.
Occasionally I get to venture out of Alabang and teach in other parts of Metro Manila and the rest of the Philippines. Right now, I teach regular weekend classes at Craft MNL on Arnaiz Ave, Makati.
I paid for a class in advance but I found out I can’t come. Can I cancel and get a refund?
Please check this page for my cancellation policy.
It’s the rainy season and the roads are flooded. I can’t come to class but I paid in advance! What do I do?
Contact me when this happens. Please don’t risk your life to come to class!
What kind of ingredients do you use?
Everything in class is vegetarian, dairy-free, egg-free, and cholesterol-free. Vegan and omnivore-approved!
Without skimping on flavor and texture, we as much as possible use whole grains over refined, and low-glycemic alternative sweeteners over white sugar. We also source ingredients that have not been overly processed and don’t contain artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives. Our fat of choice are olive oil and coconut oil. Nothing hydrogenated, thank you very much.
As much as possible, our classes are food allergy-friendly, too. If you have a food intolerance or allergy, please let us know when you sign up for class and we will try to accommodate you to the best of our capacity.
Why plant-based / no animal products?
Kitchen Revolution’s food philosophy is threefold… Read more here.
Can you accommodate food allergies and special requests?
Absolutely. Everyone should get to enjoy and eat good food! Please inform us upon registration – we will try our best to accommodate accordingly. Gluten-free classes have recently been requested, so these are now indicated in current class schedules.
Are the recipes covered in class good for people with hypertension / heart disease, diabetes, cancer, etc?
Yes. A whole foods, plant-based diet can help prevent, heal, and even reverse present lifestyle diseases. While we use alternative sweeteners in class, please note that people with diabetes should source their sugar intake more from fruit and less from desserts.
For more information on how a plant-based diet can prevent and reverse diseases, check out this website of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
Can I invite you to hold a private class for me at my home or at my workplace?
Sure. Let me know the details.
Got more questions? Shoot an email!