Learn how to make some classic Malaysian dishes in a raw vegan manner. It'll be a fun, interactive session in a cosy, informal setting. You'll might also meet new friends who also care about their health and understand that food can be healing. You'll get to find out more about the health benefits of raw vegan food. I'll teach you some basic techniques on food preparation and together we will make some delicious, healthy Malaysian recipes. Feel free to ask as many questions as you like. This is your chance to experience raw vegan food in an immersive setting. At the end of the session, you'll be able to sit down and enjoy the dishes that you've cooked or more like un-cooked. As the raw food movement is focused on local, seasonal ingredients, the dishes that you'll be preparing will be based on the freshest produce that I'll be able to obtain during that time. You can expect to learn how to make three Malaysian recipes. Some examples would include laksa noodles, sambal tempeh goreng, satay sauce, kerabu salad or a coconut dessert. I'm an independent chef, cooking show host, culinary instructor and author - and I look forward to sharing my experiences and knowledge with you!
All ingredients You will be making 3 Malaysian dishes.
All food prep equipment
I'm a trained raw vegan chef - a rare breed in Malaysia. Am passionate about helping others create beautiful, yummy, plant-based dishes. I've conducted workshops, demos and private consultations all over Asia including Hong Kong, Singapore, Taipei, Thailand & Malaysia. Author of the book "Raw Vegan Delights: Asian Edition". I also have a cooking show called VELICIOUS with Raw Chef Yin. Most recently I became part of the MIT innovation community that is working towards solving the world’s food challenges focusing on key areas of sustainability, transparency and health. www.rawchefyin.com
We'll meet at my home in the Dutamas area and which can be easily reached via Grabcar. I've conducted numerous workshops at my place which is equipped with raw food tools such as dehydrators, spiralizers and a high-speed blender. Since you'll be at my home, you'll be experiencing food prep in a fun, informal, non-intimidating environment.
Wear comfortable clothes, bring a pen and note pad to take additional notes and a sense of wonder. Please arrange your own transportation to and fro.
Learn To Make Healthy Malaysian Dishes