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Vegan Ramen and Gyoza Cooking Class

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Duration
2.5 hours
Number of Guests
1 - 6 guests
Accessibility
Family-friendly, Pet-friendly
Language
Japanese, English
Other
Gluten-free, Halal, Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescetarian, With green tea, With recipe
Vegan food is delicious, satisfying, and fun in this vegan ramen and gyoza cooking class!
Highlights
Make a delicious 100% vegan ramen
Make vegan gyoza (savory pan-fried dumplings)
Meet new people who are interested in the vegan diet!
Enjoy vegan Japanese food, while chatting with the instructor and other travelers
Take home the recipe and amaze your family and friends!
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals
Experience Details
Japan is becoming more and more vegan-friendly, and new restaurants catering to different dietary needs and restrictions are always popping up around Tokyo, proving that you don’t have to miss out on food experiences if you’re a vegan visiting Tokyo. But this cooking class in Tokyo is not just for vegans. Non-vegans and supportive friends of vegans will also be pleasantly surprised to find that the vegan versions of these savory Japanese dishes are so satisfying and filling that they won’t miss meat at all! This class will teach you all there is to know about making your own vegan ramen and gyoza and by the end of the cooking class, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and recipes to make your own vegan Japanese food at home. Most people are familiar with ramen, those iconic, slurpable Japanese noodles. However, like most Japanese foods, this particular dish is not usually vegan or vegetarian-friendly, as it is often made with meat or fish-based broth and topped with sliced chashu pork. The vegan version still tastes hearty and filling, with that addictingly savory flavor of miso, and another very special secret ingredient. Gyoza, pan-fried dumplings, are usually filled with pork and vegetables and dipped in a mix of soy sauce and vinegar, sometimes with a few drops of spicy chili oil. It is a popular Japanese appetizer or side dish which often accompanies ramen. However, in this cooking class, you will learn how to make a vegan version, which is fresher tasting and lighter than its non-vegan counterpart, and just as delicious!
Inclusions
A 2.5-hour Vegan Ramen and Gyoza Cooking Class
An English-speaking Japanese cooking instructor
Ingredients for vegan ramen and gyoza
Utensils and tools to make vegan ramen and gyoza
Recipes for vegan ramen and gyoza
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Our instructor will pick you up at Odakyu Komae station. It takes 28 mins from Shinjuku without changing train.
Remarks
Please be reminded to come to the class on time
We have a gluten-free option available upon request
Experience Location
Kasai covers a wide residential area which is predominantly made up of public and low-cost housing, making it a popular area for families. It’s the last stop before Chiba and, fittingly, home to the Tokyo Metro Museum. One of the most notable landmarks in the area is the giant ferris wheel at Kasai Rinkai Koen, a large park where families hang out on weekends for picnics or to visit the penguins in Tokyo Sea Life Park. With a large local Indian community, Kasai is also known as “Little India” and has a surprising number of restaurants and spice shops specializing in Indian curry.
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For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals