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Alabang November 2017 cooking classes

After 6+ month hiatus, we are restarting our cooking classes in Alabang! You have 3 to choose from.

NOVEMBER

8, Wednesday – Bodacious veggie burgers, 10am-2pm

22, Wednesday – Asian salads, 10am-1pm

29, Wednesday – Pasta participle 2.0, 10am-1:30pm

Sign up and pay for 3 classes by November 2, Thursday and get 10% off! 

Sign up and pay for 1 class with 2 or more friends by November 2, Thursday, and get 10% off!

Applicable to Makati classes, too! Check out the Makati November schedule here.

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BODACIOUS VEGGIE BURGERS

WHEN: November 8, Wednesday, 10am-2pm

In this hands-on class, learn how to make 4 flavourful veggie burgers using all vegetarian ingredients. We’ll also make condiments and toppings from scratch. Everything on the menu is vegan!
ON THE MENU:
Bean burgers
Tofu burgers
Mushroom burgers
TVP burgers
Supernatural ketchup
Smoky barbecue sauce
Egg-free mayo
Cashew cream cheese
Mushroom bacon
Caramelized onion

RATE: P2050 if prepaid by November 6 Monday, P2250 after November 6.

NOTE: This class has gluten-free options, please indicate upon registration. Nut-free option available upon request.

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ASIAN SALADS

WHEN: November 22, Wednesday, 10am-1pm

Learn how to make 4 beautiful, nutrient-dense, and immune-boosting Asian-inspired salads that will knock your tastebuds off. You’ll get familiar with different vegetables, fruit, herbs, spices, and seeds that you can use to create the salads of your dreams.

ON THE MENU:

Vietnamese green papaya salad with peanuts

Filipino eggplant salad with homemade vegetarian bagoong (fermented ‘shrimp’ paste)

Zucchini noodle pad thai salad with tamarind dressing and tofu

Balinese salad with grated coconut and caramelised onion

RATE: P1950 if prepaid by November 20 Monday, P2250 after November 20

NOTE: This class has gluten-free options, please indicate upon registration.

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PASTA PARTICIPLE 2.0

WHEN: November 29, Wednesday, 10am-1:30pm

Pasta is a staple in Italian cuisine because it cooks quickly and fills up your appetite quite nicely. But most pasta noodles are made with refined flour (which can spike blood sugar levels) and their sauces can be quite rich and unhealthy. In PASTA PARTICIPLE 2.0 class, discover how to make healthified dairy-free versions of pasta favourites without sacrificing flavour, using vegetables, legumes, nuts, and herbs.

ON THE MENU:

Spaghetti bolognese

Spaghetti with veggie meatballs

Fettuccini carbonara

Mushroom ravioli with 2 sauces

RATE: P2050 if prepaid by November 27 Monday, P2250 after November 27 Monday.

NOTE: This class has gluten-free options, please indicate upon registration. Nut-free option available upon request.

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VENUE: KR Headquarters, Ayala Alabang (private location – address will be given out upon registration)


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January 2017 Alabang classes

We’ve got 3 classes scheduled in Alabang this month. If you’re trying to undo all the bad eats done over the holidays, come to class and learn how to cook better tasting yet nourishing meals!

Here’s a glimpse of our schedule for the month:

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Sign up and pay for 3 classes by January 5, Thursday and get 10% off! 

Sign up and pay for 1 class with 2 or more friends by January 5, Thursday, and get 10% off!

Applicable to both QC and Makati locations, too.

JANUARY 2017 IN ALABANG:

11, Wednesday – Dimsum day, 10am-2pm

18, Wednesday – Juice up, smoothie down, 10am-12pm

25, Wednesday – Asian salads, 10am-1pm

TO SIGN UP / REGISTER FOR A CLASS

TO PAY FOR A CLASS

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DIMSUM DAY

WHEN: January 11, Wednesday, 10am to 2pm

Make authentic-tasting and healthy dim sum favourites from scratch.

ON THE MENU:

Siopao

Siomai

Potstickers

Baked spring rolls

*Bonus recipe: seafood-free and homemade vegetarian oyster sauce

*Recipes contain gluten and soy products.

RATE: early bird rate of P1950 if paid by January 9 Monday, P2150 after January 9 Monday.

Paypal / credit card option available.

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JUICE UP, SMOOTHIE DOWN

WHEN: January 18, Wednesday, 10am-12pm

One of the easiest ways to eat more veggies without really thinking about it is to drink them. In this informative 2-hour workshop, learn how your current lifestyle and diet can either be toxic or detoxifying to your health, and what you can do to change it. Discover how fruits and vegetables in liquid form can balance acidity, boost your immunity, increase energy, and support healing from lifestyle diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Learn how to incorporate superfoods and how to make juicing and smoothie-ing an effortless daily habit. This is one of my popular classes and one I don’t repeat too often. At the end of class, you’ll know what fruit and vegetables to use depending on what type of healing you need.

ON THE MENU:

5 juices: Everyday Green, Immunity Elixir, Iron Boost / Time of the Month, Skin Tonic, Kidney Love

2-3 smoothies: Basic Green, Protein Berry Milkshake, Frozen hot chocolate

Bonus: DIY cashew milk

RATE: P1550 if prepaid by January 16 Monday, P1850 after Thursday January 16 Monday.

BPI bank deposit, paypal, and credit card option available.

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ASIAN SALADS

WHEN: January 25, Wednesday, 10am-1pm

In this NEW class, learn how to make 4 beautiful, nutrient-dense, and immune-boosting Asian-inspired salads that will knock your tastebuds off. You’ll get familiar with different vegetables, fruit, herbs, spices, and seeds that you can use to create the salads of your dreams.

ON THE MENU:

Vietnamese green papaya salad with peanuts

Filipino eggplant salad with homemade vegetarian bagoong (fermented ‘shrimp’ paste)

Zucchini noodle pad thai salad with tamarind dressing and tofu

Balinese salad with grated coconut and caramelised onion

~gluten-free options available – please indicate upon registration~

RATE: P1950 if prepaid by January 23 Monday, P2250 after January 23 Monday.

Paypal / credit card option available, please inquire.

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VENUE: KR Headquarters, Ayala Alabang (private location – address will be given out upon registration)

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TO PAY FOR A CLASS

Sign up and pay for 3 classes by January 5, Thursday and get 10% off! 

Sign up and pay for 1 class with 2 or more friends by January 5, Thursday, and get 10% off!

Applicable to both QC and Makati locations, too.

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February cooking classes in Alabang

 

 

 

Some fantastic classes are coming up this month! If you’re interested in weekend classes in Makati, sit tight and wait for the next post.

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FEBRUARY, all on Wednesdays, 10am to 2pm

4 – Fantastic salads 2.0

11 – Pasta participle 1.0

18 – Mushroom cookery 1.0

25 – Saucy desserts

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Salads are nutrient-dense, immunity-boosting, and cooling to the body. There are terrible salads out there (I’m talking about limp leaves with a side of vinegar some restaurants like to sell for P400) but the salad of your dreams – the kind that you’ll look forward to eating – is easy and doable. In FANTASTIC SALADS 2.0 class, learn how to make 4 beautiful salads that will knock your socks and tastebuds off. You’ll get familiar with different vegetables, fruit, grains, beans, herbs, spices, and seeds that you can use to compose the salads of your dreams.

On the menu:

Vegan Caesar salad with garlic croutons and nut parmesan

Dill potato salad with homemade egg-free mayonnaise

Mexican-spiced vegetable, black bean, and quinoa salad

Soba noodle salad with baked tofu and miso-sesame dressing

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by February 2 Monday, P2150 after February 2 Monday  (prepaying details here).

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Pasta is a staple in Italian cuisine because it cooks quickly and fills up your appetite quite nicely. But most pasta noodles are made with refined flour (which can spike blood sugar levels) and their sauces can be quite rich and unhealthy. In PASTA PARTICIPLE 1.0 class, discover how to make healthified versions of pasta favourites without sacrificing flavour, using vegetables, legumes, nuts, and herbs. This class is gluten-free friendly!

On the menu:

Broccoli mac and cheese

Sicilian-style spaghetti with pan roasted cauliflower and almonds

Spinach and cheese cannelloni

Fettucini with roasted eggplant and zucchini

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by February 9 Monday, P2150 after February 9  (prepaying details here)

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Mushrooms are actually a fungi – not a vegetable – and known as the “meat” of the vegetarian world. Not only are they delicious, mushrooms are high in protein, iron, and B vitamins, low in calories, actually help lower cholesterol, and eliminate toxins from the body. They are a rich source of glutamic acid (natural MSG) and so enhance the flavour of any savoury food.

In MUSHROOM COOKERY 1.0, learn how to cook healthy, mushroom-based, vegetarian versions of well-loved dishes. All recipes will be dairy-free and egg-free as well (gluten-free options are available, please inquire upon sign up). The class is hands-on – just bring an apron and containers for leftovers.

On the menu:

Enoki mushroom and soba noodle soup

Mushrooms al ajillo

Savory mushroom crepes with shiitake cream

Mushroom patties with mashed potato and gravy

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by June 28 Monday, P2150 after June 28 Monday (prepaying details here)

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In this hands-on class, learn how to craft desserts and versatile dessert sauces using fruit, whole grains, alternative and low-glycemic sweeteners, and nuts. With these four sauces in your arsenal, you can jazz up any and every dessert you make from now on.

On the menu:

Apple crumble with vanilla creme anglaise

Lemon cream pie with strawberry compote

Coffee ice cream with warm salted caramel sauce

Banana bread pudding with chocolate sauce

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by February 23 Monday, P2150 after February 23 Monday  (prepaying details here)

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VENUE: a private residence in Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa. Please inquire to get the exact address.

To sign up and get more class details, text 0917-894-5086 or email info@kitchenrevolution.ph.

General info / FAQ’s on classes

How to pay for a class

Cancellation policy

Check here and here for photos of past classes! (Facebook)

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Schedule of November classes in Alabang

Some November classes up my vegan sleeve… All in Alabang, Wednesdays, 10am to 2pm.

5th – Vegan cookies 2.0 (new class)

12th – Fantastic salads 1.0

19th – Dessert mayhem: Chocoholics anonymous

26th – A taste of the Mediterranean

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5th, Wednesday – Vegan cookies 2.0, 10am to 2pm

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Learn how to bake dairy-free and egg-free versions of popular cookies in this NEW class! Get familiar with using healthier alternatives to white flour and white sugar as well as plant-based alternatives to butter and eggs.

Are vegan cookies any good? I’ve been vegan for more than 6 years and feeding dairy-eaters my cookies – yes, yes my vegan cookies bring all the boys to the yard. You won’t know the difference and they’re cholesterol-free, too. We end class with a healthy, homemade lunch.

On the menu:

Crunchy peanut butter oatmeal cookies

Classic sugar cookies

Snickerdoodles

Sparkling gingerbread cookies

Please note: this class is not gluten free.

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by November 3 Monday, P2150 after November 3 Monday  (prepaying details here).

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12th, Wednesday – Fantastic salads  1.0, 10am to 2pm (gluten-free)

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Salads are nutrient-dense, immunity-boosting, and cooling to the body. There are terrible salads out there (I’m talking about limp leaves with a side of vinegar some restaurants like to sell for P400) but the salad of your dreams – the kind that you’ll look forward to eating – is easy and doable. In this class, learn how to make 4 beautiful salads that will knock your socks and tastebuds off. You’ll get familiar with different vegetables, fruit, grains, beans, herbs, spices, and seeds that you can use to compose the salads of your dreams.

On the menu:

Black bean and mango chopped salad (oil-free)

Turkish-spiced chickpea and quinoa salad with roasted vegetables

Mediterranean green bean salad with sweet potatoes and caramelized onions

Seaweed salad with creamy wasabi dressing and tofu

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by November 10 Monday, P2150 after November 10 Monday  (prepaying details here).

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19th, Wednesday – Dessert mayhem: Chocoholics anonymous, 10am to 2pm (gluten-free friendly)

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Learn how to make gluten-free (with regular wheat options), dairy-free, egg-free, and cholesterol-free variations of well-loved chocolatey desserts. You’ll get familiar with healthier, plant-based solutions to traditional, unhealthy baking ingredients like butter, eggs, white flour, and white sugar. We end class with a healthy, homemade lunch.

On the menu:

Chocolate chip cookies
Frozen chocolate cream pie
Chocolate peanut butter cups
Chocolate cake and cupcakes

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by November 17 Monday, P2150 after November 17 Monday  (prepaying details here).

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26th, Wednesday – A taste of the Mediterranean, 10am to 2pm (gluten-free)

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The Mediterranean diet has long been touted to be one of the healthiest diets in the world. With an emphasis on whole grains, beans, vegetables, fruit, herbs, and spices, who are we to contradict this claim? In this class, get familiar with ingredients widely used in Mediterranean cuisine and create classic dishes with even healthier twists.

On the menu:

Greek salad with 2 cheeses (soy feta and sunflower seed cheese)

Quinoa tabbouleh

Baked falafels with tahini sauce

Olive tapenade and melitzanosalata (smoky eggplant dip)

Socca and gluten-free flat bread

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by November 24 Monday, P2150 after November 24 Monday  (prepaying details here).

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VENUE: a private residence in Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa. Please inquire to get the exact address.

To sign up and get more class details, text 0917-894-5086, email info@kitchenrevolution.ph, or fill up the form here.

General info / FAQ’s on classes

How to pay for a class

Cancellation policy

Check here and here for photos of past classes! (Facebook)

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August classes in Alabang

Hello hello! We’ve got 4 classes coming up, all held in Alabang (if you’re wondering why there are no Makati classes, read this). Here’s a glimpse of what’s in store this month – read on below to get full details.

Homemade fresh pasta dough is on the horizon, folks!

Homemade fresh pasta dough is on the horizon, folks!

AUGUST

13, Wed – Fantastic salads 4.0, 10am to 2pm

16, Sat – Killer knife skills, 10am to 1pm

20, Wed – Vegan cookies, 10am to 1pm

27, Wed – Pasta participle 2.0, 10am to 2pm

Note: we will have 2 to 3 classes in early September and be on break from mid September to mid October.

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13th, Wednesday – FANTASTIC SALADS 4.0 (gluten-free), 10am to 2pm

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*This class was originally supposed to be held last July 16 but was postponed due to Typhoon Glenda.

Salads are nutrient-dense, immunity-boosting, and cooling to the body. There are terrible salads out there (I’m talking about limp leaves with a side of vinegar some restaurants like to sell for P400) but the salad of your dreams – the kind that you’ll look forward to eating – is easy and doable. In this class, learn how to make 4 beautiful salads that will knock your socks and tastebuds off. You’ll get familiar with different vegetables, fruit, grains, beans, herbs, spices, and seeds that you can use to compose future socks-knocking salads.

On the menu:

Mediterranean chickpea, olive, and quinoa salad

Waldorf salad with sea salt candied walnuts

Black bean chopped salad with ranch dressing

Thai crunch salad with peanut dressing

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by August 11 Monday, P2150 after Monday  (prepaying details here)

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16th, Saturday – KILLER KNIFE SKILLS, 10am to 1pm

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Learn proper slicing techniques (such as batonnet, julienne, dice, brunoise, chiffonade, concasse, and supreme) and you’ll find yourself spending less time prepping and more time savouring your home cooked meal. You’ll also learn how to care for, sharpen, and hone your knives. Class ends with a meal using the vegetables chopped in class.

RATE: P1,500 if prepaid by August 14 Thursday, P1,750 after Thursday (prepaying details here)

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20th, Wednesday – DESSERT MAYHEM: VEGAN COOKIES, 10am to 1pm

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Learn how to bake dairy-free and egg-free versions of popular cookies in this new class! Get familiar with using healthier alternatives to bleached white flour and white sugar as well as plant-based alternatives to butter and eggs.

Are vegan cookies any good? I’ve been vegan for almost 7 years and feeding dairy-eaters my cookies – yes, yes my vegan cookies bring all the boys to the yard. You won’t know the difference and they’re cholesterol-free, too.

*A simple healthy snack will be served throughout the class.

On the menu:

Oatmeal raisin cookies

Peanut butter crisscross cookies

Chocolate chip cookies

Double chocolate chip cookies

Crinkles

Please note: this class is not gluten free.

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by August 18 Monday, P2150 after Monday  (prepaying details here).

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27, Wednesday – PASTA PARTICIPLE 2.0 (gluten-free friendly)

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Pasta is a staple in Italian cuisine because it cooks quickly and fills up your appetite quite nicely. But most pasta noodles are made with refined flour (which can spike blood sugar levels) and their sauces can be quite rich and unhealthy. In this class, discover how to make healthified versions of pasta favourites without sacrificing flavour, using vegetables, legumes, nuts, and herbs. We’ll also make fresh pasta dough without eggs – whole wheat AND gluten-free versions!

On the menu:

Spaghetti walnut bolognese

Spaghetti and lentil meatballs

Mushroom carbonara with almond parmesan

Homemade ravioli

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by August 25 Monday, P2150 after Monday  (prepaying details here)

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VENUE: a private residence in Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa. Please inquire to get the exact address.

To sign up and get more class details, text 0917-894-5086, email info@kitchenrevolution.ph, or fill up the form here.

General info / FAQ’s on classes

How to pay for a class

Cancellation policy

Check here and here for photos of past classes! (Facebook)

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July classes in Makati + sad announcement

Hello folks, more fantastic classes are coming up this month! If you’re interested in classes in Alabang, do check out the schedule here.

But before everything else, I want to inform you all that this will probably be the last month I’ll be holding classes in my Salcedo Village kitchen.

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It’s been a really rockin’ 8 months spreading the veg gospel in the city; I loved connecting with everyone who’s come by and listening to how the classes helped people take care of their and their loved ones’ health truly makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Unfortunately my Makati kitchen space will be heading to greener pastures BUT I will definitely still hold classes in my Alabang kitchen.

The hunt is still on for a northern kitchen space, though! So, stay tuned.

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Au revoir (for now), northerners 😦

Moving forward, here’s a glimpse of what’s in store this month. Read on below to get full details + big savings if you sign up for more than 1 class.

JULY

12, Sat – Fantastic salads 2.0, 9:30am-1:30pm

12, Sat – Creamy desserts, 2:30-6pm

13, Sun – Quinoa cookery, 2-6pm

19, Sat – Vegan cookies, 2:30-5:30pm

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12th, Saturday – FANTASTIC SALADS 2.0, 9:30am to 1:30pm (gluten-free options available)

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Salads are nutrient-dense, immunity-boosting, and cooling to the body. There are terrible salads out there (I’m talking about limp leaves with a side of vinegar some restaurants like to sell for P400) but the salad of your dreams – the kind that you’ll look forward to eating – is easy and doable. In this class, learn how to make 4 beautiful salads that will knock your socks and tastebuds off. You’ll get familiar with different vegetables, fruit, grains, beans, herbs, spices, and seeds that you can use to compose future dreamy salads.

On the menu:

Vegan Caesar salad with garlic croutons and almond parmesan

Dill potato salad with homemade egg-free mayonnaise

Roasted vegetable and quinoa salad

Soba noodle salad with baked tofu and miso-sesame dressing

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by July 10 Thursday, P2150 after July 10 Thursday  (prepaying details here).

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12th, Saturday – DESSERT MAYHEM: CREAMY, DREAMY DESSERTS, 2:30pm to 6pm (gluten-free options available)

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Eschewing dairy products from your diet DOES NOT mean you have to give up on creamy, luscious desserts. On the contrary, there are plenty of plant-based ingredients that can give dairy-based butter, milk, cream, and cheese a run for their money!

In this class, you’ll learn how to  create creamy sweet treats without the cow juice. We’ll also be using alternative, low-glycemic sweeteners instead of white sugar poison because I love you and don’t want your blood sugar levels to go haywire.

On the menu:

Mango crepe with homemade vanilla ice cream

Cashew cheesecake

Banana trifle

Panna cotta with berry coulis

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by July 10 Thursday, P2150 after July 10 Thursday  (prepaying details here).

If you sign up for both Salad and Creamy dessert classes, pay only P3100 if you prepay by July 10 (save P600)!

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13th, Sunday – QUINOA COOKERY, 2pm to 6pm (gluten-free)

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Quinoa is a wholegrain that’s high in protein and fiber, low on starch, and uber-versatile. It’s an easy substitute for rice but if you want to learn more creative ways with this wonder grain, then check out this class!

On the menu:

Rainbow vegetable quinoa salad

Moroccan stuffed peppers

Quinoa vegetable lasagna

Black bean and quinoa croquettes with avocado sauce (when avocados are out of season, we sub with garlic cashew aioli)

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by July 10 Thursday, P2150 after July 10 Thursday  (prepaying details here).

If you sign up for both Salad, Creamy dessert, and Quinoa cookery classes, pay only P4550 if you prepay by July 10 (save P1000)!

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19th, Saturday – DESSERT MAYHEM: VEGAN COOKIES, 2:30pm to 5:30pm

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Learn how to bake dairy-free and egg-free versions of popular cookies in this NEW class! Get familiar with using healthier alternatives to white flour and white sugar as well as plant-based alternatives to butter and eggs.

Are vegan cookies any good? I’ve been vegan for more than 6 years and feeding dairy-eaters my cookies – yes, yes my vegan cookies bring all the boys to the yard. You won’t know the difference and they’re cholesterol-free, too.

On the menu:

Oatmeal raisin cookies

Peanut butter crisscross cookies

Chocolate chip cookies

Double chocolate chip cookies

Crinkles

Please note: this class is not gluten free.

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by July 17 Thursday, P2150 after July 17 Thursday  (prepaying details here).

If you sign up for both Salad, Creamy dessert, Quinoa cookery, and Vegan cookie classes, pay only P6200 if you prepay by July 10 (save P1200)!

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VENUE: a private residence in Salcedo Village, Makati. Please inquire to get the exact address.

To sign up and get more class details, text 0917-894-5086 or email info@kitchenrevolution.ph.

General info / FAQ’s on classes

How to pay for a class

Cancellation policy

Check here and here for photos of past classes! (Facebook)

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As seen on TV: Rainbow vegetable spring rolls with peanut dipping sauce

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Last week, I had the privilege to share a healthy yet festive dish on the Good Morning Girls show on TV5. I whipped up this recipe and it is fab! It’s super easy, quick to assemble, and healthy without tasting like it is. You can add any vegetables you have on hand – the key is to use different colored ones for maximum antioxidant, nutrient, and presentation impact.

These rolls get robust flavors from fresh herbs and the sauce itself. Try making these for a healthy weekday lunch or for your next holiday potluck. Feel free to play around with the filling – why not try grated fresh beets? You can grate the carrot, too. Add strips of pan-seared tofu or chopped toasted peanuts for protein, or sautéed mushrooms for more savory goodness.

You can find Vietnamese rice paper in most grocery stores. My neighborhood supermarket carries them in the taco shell section. I like these better than regular lumpia wrappers because they’re gluten free, keep for months in the pantry, and don’t tear easily. I love adding mango to these rolls – it marries well with fresh vegetables and the sauce.

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And, the rice paper really shows off the pretty colorful vegetables inside

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