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February 2017 classes in Makati

We’ve got 4 classes scheduled in Makati in February! Stay tuned for Alabang schedules.

FEBRUARY 2017 IN MAKATI

11, Saturday – Soups to make you sing, 9:30am-1pm

12, Sunday – Creamy, dreamy desserts, 2-5pm

18, Saturday – Pinoy vegan eats, 9:30am-1pm

19, Sunday – Cooking with seitan, 2-6pm

Sign up and pay for 3 classes by February 3, Friday and get 10% off! 

Sign up and pay for 1 class with 2 or more friends by February 3, Friday, and get 10% off!

Applicable to Makati and Alabang classes.

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SOUPS TO MAKE YOU SING

WHEN: February 11, Saturday, 9:30am to 1pm

Soups make a great start to any meal and if they are hearty enough, they can be a complete meal altogether. Learn how to make flavorful, filling, and nourishing soups from scratch using simple ingredients and seasoned to perfection using natural herbs and spices.

ON THE MENU:

Cream of kalabasa soup

Ginger split pea soup

Roasted Mexican vegetable soup with cilantro sour cream

Miso noodle soup

Mushroom ‘clam’ chowder

~Gluten-free options are available, please specify upon registration.

RATE: early bird rate of P2050 if paid by February 9 Thursday, P2350 after February 9 Thursday.

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

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CREAMY, DREAMY DESSERTS

WHEN: February 12, Sunday, 2-5pm

Get dairy out of your life and still indulge in lusciously decadent desserts! Learn the secrets behind making cream-based, low-glycemic and cholesterol-free sweet treats sans dairy.

ON THE MENU:

Crepes with homemade vanilla ice cream

Banana trifle with cashew cream

Pana cotta with strawberry sauce

Mangoes and cream bars

~Gluten-free options are available, please specify upon registration.

RATE: early bird rate of P1950 if paid by February 9 Thursday, P2250 after February 9 Thursday.

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

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PINOY VEGAN EATS

WHEN: February 18, Saturday, 9:30am-1pm

One of the challenges of adopting a plant-based diet in this country is recreating more healthful versions of traditional familiar foods. Filipino cuisine is characterized by bold flavors — sour, sweet, bitter, salty, spicy. But going veg doesn’t have to mean turning your back on culture! In this class, we explored plant-based renditions of favorite popular Pinoy dishes.

ON THE MENU:

Chickpea kaldareta

Tofu mushroom adobo

Tofu steak tagalog

Arroz ala Cubana

~Gluten-free options are available, please specify upon registration.

RATE: early bird rate of P1950 if paid by February 16 Thursday, P2250 after February 16 Thursday.

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

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COOKING WITH SEITAN

WHEN: February 19, Sunday, 2pm-6pm

Learn how to make seitan from scratch and use it in flavorful dishes! Seitan is a vegetarian meat substitute made from gluten (wheat protein). It has a chewy texture quite reminiscent of meat without the cruelty and the cholesterol. If you have difficulty going vegan or cutting out meat because you love the taste of it or if you’re a vegetarian who wants to expand his or her cooking knowledge, this class is for you.

ON THE MENU:

Unchicken salad with egg-free mayo

Pastrami sandwich with pickled onions

Sausilog (breakfast sausages with garlic brown rice and tofu scramble)

Festive herbed roast with mushroom stuffing and gravy

~This class is not gluten-free.

RATE: early bird rate of P2150 if paid by February 16 Thursday, P2450 after February 16 Thursday.

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

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VENUE: Legaspi Village, Makati (private location – address will be given out upon registration)

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Photos of classes so far

I normally don’t post photos of classes on the blog because I’m more active on Facebook… But I decided to post what we’ve cooked in class so far this year, for all you non-Facebook users (and for those who don’t know we exist on Facebook).

As usual, all dishes cooked in class are whole foods, plant-based, nutrient-rich, and gluten-free friendly.

Fantastic Salads 4.0 – held on January 15

Mediterranean chickpea, quinoa and olive salad, waldorf salad with candied walnuts, Thai crunch salad, BBQ black bean salad with ranch dressing

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New classes for January 2014

Check out these cool classes for this month, in Alabang and Makati!

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Start a healthy year right with FANTASTIC SALADS on the 15th, Wed (Alabang). Learn how to make GLUTEN-FREE PIES on the 22nd, Wed (Alabang) and 26th, Sun (Makati). Discover ways of preparing QUINOA on the 25th, Sat (Makati). And make sumptuous SOUPS on the 29th, Wed (Alabang).

To sign up, click 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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Schedule of September classes

Cool classes coming this September… Quezon City, watch out for Saturday classes in your neck of the urban jungle!

To sign up, send a text to 0917-894-5086 or email info@kitchenrevolution.ph

FAQ’s on classes
How to pay for a class

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Photos of past classes (Facebook)

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Schedule of January classes

So how were your holidays? Full of junk food? Get back on track, learn a few tricks in the kitchen, and indulge in healthful tastiness.

We tackle glorious PIZZA with different toppings on the 12th that will make you wonder why you even bother ordering from a pizza place. We’ll make everything from scratch in this class – whole wheat crust, cream sauce, tofu cheese, veggie pepperoni, etc.

If you are stuck in a SALAD rut, class on the 16th is for you! No one should suffer through a leaf-and-tomato salad – get creative with vegetables and homemade dressings in this class.

Cruise through the MEDITERRANEAN on the 19th – Greece for the hearty chickpea salad, Naples for the eggplant dish, and everywhere else for the stuffed zucchini and pear tart.

And lastly, make flavorful SOUPS on the 23rd that make great additions to any meal – eat them as a prequel to main dishes or as the star of the meal itself. We’ll make a flavorful stock from scratch, learn a few fat-free cooking techniques, and a dairy-free cream of mushroom soup that will knock your socks off.

Sign up! Send me a PM, email, or text.

General information on classes here.

Cancellation policy on classes here.

Photos of past cooking classes here.

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March cooking classes

Moving forward from action-packed January and February, I present to you the schedule for March cooking classes!

Learn how to compose stunningly delicious sandwiches in Shack of vegan sandwiches (3rd, Saturday).

Pair up your new knowledge of sandwiches with Soups to make you sing (7th, Wednesday).

If you often crave sweet brunch-y type meals then perhaps No muss, no fuss (sweet) brunch 3.0 is your cup of tea (10th, Saturday).

Get your sexy on with Dessert mayhem: sexy low-fat desserts (14th, Wednesday).

We take a two week break and proceed with rusticity in A taste of the Mediterranean (28th, Wednesday).

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General information on cooking classes here.

Cancellation policy on cooking classes here.

Photos on past cooking classes here.

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Tarragon, why can’t I quit you? : Vegan MoFo #4

Oh, poor tarragon. For one reason or another, you always get lime-lighted out by Ms. Popularity Basil and Ms. Love-me-or-hate-me Cilantro. Even Ms. I’m-easygoing Thyme gets more love than you. Maybe your floral taste stumps cooks into not knowing what to do with you. And bakers, they don’t show you any love either. Mint, such a dessert herb limelight whore you are (harsh words, but it’s true).

But tarragon oh tarragon, I can’t quit you. I love you too much – in tea, in savory dishes, in ice cream – you need to quit being a wall flower and start showing your true colors. Because you are amazing and the world needs to discover you.

Hence, this love letter cum Vegan MoFo blog post. I want to show the readers out there that you deserve some attention and some lovin’.

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