Raw, Vegan Dumpling Class

raw, kimchi dumplings – tomato wrappers, kimchi, cashew, sesame paste, sesame oil and liquid amino filling.

Learn how to make raw, kimchi dumplings – tomato wrappers, kimchi, cashew, sesame paste, sesame oil and liquid amino filling with Chef Prish. We will be making three different dumplings wrappers using two ingredients, zucchini and tomato.

I haven’t felt ready or willing to teach this class until now. We need this class now. It’s dynamic in its nutrition and playful in its nature. We need both. I feel that now more than ever, we are reconnecting to food in investigative, appreciative ways. Food heals. There is no if, but or hows about that. Most diseases find their origin in lifestyle choices and most healing originates in changing those lifestyle choices.

the colours of healing

Class Description:

We will be making three different dumplings wrappers using two ingredients, zucchini and tomato. The three colours are red, purple and green. The fillings for each one are as follows:

1.Red dumpling: fresh, abundant Italian herbs, cashew paste, fresh lemon, garlic, black pepper

2. Purple dumpling: walnut, garlic, liquid amino, chives, cabbage

3. Green dumpling: preserved lemon skin, marinated mushroom, spinach, cashew

This will be a long class and requires a lot of hands-on involvement. If you love food with an artistic flair and explosive nutritional content, this is the class for you. Complimentary gift of umami, handmade vegetable powders for you to continue your culinary adventures at home.

workshops are a great way to meet new friends with shared interests
  • Date: 26 April, 2020
  • Time: 14:00 – 17:00
  • Location: available after registration
  • Investment: NT 2500
  • Sign Up: rawchefprish@gmail.com

Pineapple Ginger Enzyme Blast!

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Enzyme-rich pineapple with the burning warmth of ginger make this drink the perfect aid to combating sluggishness and fatigue from the humid, rainy weather. Bee pollen is rich in all your B Vitamins and can help to alleviate Springtime allergies. Chia has some amazing benefits too:

  • high in fibre
  • high in minerals (manganese and phosphorous)
  • has tryptophan which helps you get fuller faster thus cutting down how much you consume

I’m sure there are lots more but let’s get on with the recipe.

Recipe

1 pineapple, peeled and chopped

2 tbls chia soaked in 3 cups of water (20 min – overnight)

10 cm – 15 cm length of fresh ginger

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How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…

Toss the whole pineapple into the blender and puree until smooth. Add chopped ginger and blend on high until incorporated. Pour the chia seeds and water into the blender and using a chopstick or the handle of a long spoon, mix it until evenly incorporated.

Pour into tall glasses and garnish with 1/2 tbls bee pollen in each glass. Before sipping, use a spoon and mix in as much of the bee pollen as you can.

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PS: That is local, unprocessed, organic pollen…sticky, sweet and gorgeous