Sugarleaf Makati continues its 4th anniversary celebrations with #RawFoodIsTheNewHot: a five-part workshop series with UP-cum laude graduate and Bali-certified raw chef Sonia Astudillo. “We are thrilled to be doing what we do best–organise a series of raw classes which our customers, loyal and new, will surely learn a lot from.” Sugarleafer Angelo Narciso Songco shares.
#RawFoodIsThe New Hot will guide students to raw food whether they are in it for the long haul or a quickie adventure,” said Chef Sonia, who’s been teaching raw food classes in Manila since June 2013. Attendees learn a lot from each class and builds up one’s knowledge about raw food, benefits of ingredients, going organic, superfoods, and more.
At the end of the day, we decide what is best for us and how committed we are to a certain lifestyle. In my classes, students are introduced to the perks of a healthy raw vegan lifestyle and an array of dishes–most of which are considered the healthier alternatives to the real but not so healthy thing. Classes are held in a very relaxed, home visit like style that welcomes people from all walks of life. Home is the place where you are accepted as you are – whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, raw foodist, meat eater, or an optionarian. In my classes, it’s all about how you feel and how your body reacts to raw food.” said Chef Sonia.
#RawFoodIsTheNewHot will discuss the benefits of raw vegan lifestyle and why it is gaining popularity among the health-conscious community. “Years ago, we wanted fancy, elaborate dishes. Now we’re moving back to basic, unprocessed food,” observed Chef Sonia.
Join each or all classes and leave feeling at home in your own body.
14 November 2015: Christmas Around the World: Introduction to Raw Vegan Lifestyle.
16 January 2016: Chocolates Are Forever: Know your Sweeteners.
20 February 2016: Better than A Summer Fling (#CoolingFoodIsTheNewHot): Alkaline vs Acid Food.
12 March 2016: French Fit (inspired by the book French Women Don’t Get Fat): Juicing 101 and Healthy Eating Practices.
23 April 2016: Living Bread: Food Dehydration 101
All classes are at P2,000 per person per class inclusive of handouts and samplings of at least five dishes. Early bird registration is at P1,800 for payments made two weeks before the class at the store or through bank transfer. P200 discount for senior citizens and students is available. Attend the three workshops and get 75% off on the 5th class or attend four workshops and get the 5th class at 50% off. Workshop includes all course materials, food sampling, and a healthy discussion. Contact Angelo on 0917 803 9055 for more information and reservations.
Venue for all workshops will be at Sugarleaf Makati at the MEDICard Lifestyle Center located at 51 Paseo de Roxas corner Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Urdaneta Village, Makati City. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call, SMS 0917 803 9055 for more information and reservations.