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Holiday Japanese culture club Lets make dumlpings togeter! Learning from the best (Makiko has taught over 65k people) Makiko boxes, animals and otehrs with origami – Making animal with origami – Origami is a big part of Japanse culture and we can make everything with origami. Making dumplings – we have pork, chicken,Continue reading Children dumplings class available in Dec
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It’s getting colder and colder! BUY NOW! I have always recommended having ginger everyday to protect your immune system from nasty flus. Ginger is often used in medicine in Asian culture, and is great to have in winter for its warming factors. It really works! Ginger is then pickled in rice vinegar to make the perfectContinue reading Magic ginger is on sale!
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?!
I love my work and receiving many amazing reviews make me want to do more! Cooking is a very important life skill to have. It’s satisfying and enjoyable, and I believe it’s important for all of us including children to learn the skills as well. Modern life is often so busy, and meals are so readily available.Continue reading couldn’t thank you enough!
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