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Monk fruit, also known as ‘Buddha fruit’, is a fruit native to southern China, and has been used as an alternative to sugar. The fruit extract is 100-250 time sweeter than regular sugar!(1) This fruit has no calories or carbohydrates, and won’t increase your blood sugar levels; this means that it’s a good choice forContinue reading Magic Monk Fruit
Believe it or not there is a type of vinegar that you can drink! Apple cider vinegar! It’s made through a process of fermentation of the apples, and adding yeast and good bacteria which turns the sugar in the apple into alcohol. In Japanese apple cider vinegar (ACV) is リンゴ酢 (ringo-su), translated simply as ‘appleContinue reading Drinking vinegar?!
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Please see the link below for availability https://bit.ly/2n00Y4A You don’t need to be Vegan to enjoy vegan dishes! There are a lot of easy vegan alternatives in Japanese cuisine, and there are a lot vegan side dishes that are enjoyed on a daily basis. Eating vegetables is so important for the body, they are aContinue reading Vegan class-You don’t need to be Vegan to enjoy vegan dishes!
Mochi is a very famous dessert that is enjoyed by lots of people the world. A lot of customers I’ve spoken to say that it’s one of their favourite desserts. Mochi can be made easily at home, and eating something you’ve made makes it taste even better! Mochi is also a gluten free and dairyContinue reading Mochi class is coming in October!
Plum wine is popular alcoholic drink that is often made at home in Japan. You can keep it for a very long time, and the taste only gets better with every year. Join us and make some delicious plum wine! Makiko will also be serving some dishes that compliment the wine. We recommend to leave your plumContinue reading plum wine
Match and green tea are enjoyed by many people, and the flavour has increased in popularity through its use in desserts, but they are often mistaken as being the same thing. The are both made of the same type of tea pant, but the key difference between the two is that matcha has been groundContinue reading Green tea and Matcha
Makiko’s class went way beyond my expectations. Unbelievably good value. This was my first cooking class that I have ever done and I could not have had a more enjoyable time. The class was a good size, and Makiko was a fantastic and patient teacher to everyone. We made four different types of sushi, butContinue reading Thank you for your revews!