Did you know Japanese superfoods were used as medicine in ancient times? And in just one day, you can master the fundamentals of healthy and easy Japanese cooking in a hands-on and fun workshop while gaining practical skills and knowledge.
Save your time and money ($40 off) in this intensive workshop combining the Healthy Gut with Japanese Superfoods and Japanese Superfoods as Medicine cooking classes.
Follow detailed demonstrations of traditional methods given by celebrated chef Yoshiko Takeuchi, who has had over twenty years experience and has frequented some of Sydney's top kitchens, authored two cookbooks and worked on shows like The Biggest Loser.
This class is perfect for you if you want to:
Learn how to heal your body naturally
Boost your immune system
Have a healthy heart (lower cholesterol level and blood pressure)
Have a strong gut
Detoxify and cleanse your body (and mind)
Increase energy level and Improve overall health
Some examples from our Japanese Superfoods as Medicine class menu:
Make super easy tasty flu medicine - Kuzu apple in 2 ways using juice or actual apple
Umeboshi concoction for healing your flu, ingestion and stomach upset
Super detox and healing soup made with Japanese dashi, daikon, kuzu, shiitake and ginger.
Cauliflower and shiitake fried rice in two ways - one cooked with a wok and another in the oven.
Amazake pudding with raw kiwi sauce - super nutritious and healing sweets that you can have when you are sick or improve your gut health
Some examples from our Healthy Gut with Japanese Superfoods class menu:
Make super easy fermented rice salt - salt koji! 5 mins to prepare
Asian warm Wakame (seaweed) and Salad with Shio Koji Dressing
Roasted pumpkin and spinach salad with Shio Koji Lemon Dressing
Sweet amazake Miso Sauce with grilled eggplant, Konnyaku, and tofu
Konnyaku with Tangy Sweet Miso dressing (sumiso)
Veggies with Miso Mayonnaise
Creamy Vegan Carbonara Konnyaku Spaghetti
All classes served with alkaline water and Matcha green tea.
Yoshiko Takeuchi adheres to Covid-19 government guidelines.
Students must be fully vaccinated or have a medical exemption, provide proof of vaccination and check in using the QR code for this class.