Learn how to use locally found fresh ingredients that taste good and are good for you!
We will make a modern version of the Korean dish Chap Che utilizing local vegetables and grass-fed beef (or a vegetarian alternative) for an easy and tasty one pot dish with everything you need for a complete meal. *This dish is gluten and dairy free. Plus ways to “healthify” your beverage (with or without alcohol).
By the end of class you will have lunch ready for 3-4 people, knowledge about locally grown vegetables and their benefits plus simple recipes you can try on your own! Bonus, you’ll learn how to make healthier drinks while enjoying one too!
Prices are inclusive of ingredient kit with recipe cards for this dish and other dishes you can make with local ingredients. Additionally, a portion of the ticket price will be donated to a local charity. Delivery of the kit is not included, please coordinate directly with Christina the week of the event. She can be reached on Whatsapp at +639178348858.
*Cooking oil, sesame oil, salt and pepper are required for the class, however, are not included in the kit.
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