Did you know that traditional Japanese temple food is completely plant-based?
精進料理 Shojin Ryori temple cooking is the traditional cooking style and philosophy of the Buddhist monks in Japan which grew in popularity with the spread of Zen Buddhism since the 13th century.
Learn how to cook the Shojin Ryori classics such as:
- Gammodoki with Ponzu & Ginger (Tofu Patties with Ponzu & Ginger)
- Ankake Gammodoki (Tofu Patties in Dashi Glaze)
- Kinpira (Soy Sweet Burdock & Carrots)
- Nasu Dengaku (Miso Aubergine)
- Kenchinjiru (Vegetables Temple Soup)
All dishes are plant-based and free from gluten.
Experience the healthy and delicious Japanese traditional plant-based cooking in this fun and interactive cook-a-long. Kinu will lead you through the making in this step-by-step online cook-a-long class.
No need to pay extra fee for your house members up to 2 people to join you.
A smaller party less than 4 participants will be requested with the price from £140.
Detailed ingredients / equipment list and the ZOOM online class link will be emailed to participants after the booking.
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