What we're about

This is the meetup group for Lifeafterhummus Community Benefit Society (FCA Registration no. 7808) and we're on a mission to make healthy eating for the promotion of health accessible to all as we believe that Health is a RIGHT and not a privilege.

By default all our classes are low-fat and vegan, wholefoods, high fibre, and low glycaemic.

To find out more visit our website: http://www.lifeafterhummus.com/

and our facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/lifeafterhummus/

Upcoming events (2)

Hands-on Vegan Cooking Classes: Low-Fat and Unprocessed

Somers Town Community Association

* Best place to sign up and for updates is on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/lifeafterhummus Register in advance to save time: https://forms.gle/3uk7McqQtjc98Wdr7 You can also register in person upon arrival. There is no need to re-register if you have attended one of our events previously. What to expect? - Free to attend / Donations welcomed - Learn and Practice cooking hands-on in a supportive group setting - Implement health promoting cooking techniques such as 'water-frying' - Learn how-to to transition to a vegan diet that is also low in fats and low on the glycaemic index - Evidence-based nutritional information courtesy of our curriculum provider: Physicians Committee (PCRM.org). Each class starts with a nutritional video - You will be cooking hands-on on a table with up to 4-6 other people in your group. Total class size varies between 30-40 people. We recognise that not everyone is comfortable in such a large group setting and recommend the free online version of this programme: https://kickstart.pcrm.org/ - You'll prepare a minimum of 3 dishes, you'll get to eat together and you'll help with cleaning up because #community matters - We'll ask you to fill in a feedback form at the end of the session - Class will end at 9/9.30pm ***** Strict policy: No entry past 7pm ****** What to bring? Containers to take food and fresh produce home (We do not provide containers in a bid to reduce waste). Important to know: We are unable to cater to allergies. We cannot guarantee a cross contamination free environment. For those who suffer from allergens we suggest attending the class and learning the techniques to then apply in your homes. Good to know: - This is a family friendly event. Children and young people are welcome accompanied by a guardian who must countersign their registration form. - Fully accessible building. There is a wheelchair accessible toilet on site. Please ask for access through the closed cafe. - Free parking after 6.30pm. - Easy to access from Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston underground and mainline stations. Check our website and facebook page for other classes and associated activities: http://www.lifeafterhummus.com/ Would you like to volunteer? Email: [masked] for more details, we always welcome volunteers. Interested in booking classes for your workplace or beneficiaries on or offsite at your location? Email us. #vegan #london #cookingclasses #fitness #health #cooking #vegancommunity #vegansofldn Register in advance to save time: https://forms.gle/3uk7McqQtjc98Wdr7 You can also register in person upon arrival. There is no need to re-register if you have attended one of our events previously.

Vegan Japanese Hands-on Cooking Class with Yoshi Sato

Somers Town Community Association

£9.15

Part 5 of 9 of our Vegan Chefs of Colour series: Cooking with Yoshi Sato, our very own volunteer and Shokuiku (food and nutrition) advisor. Tickets are priced accessibly at £9.15 including PayPal fees. You have to pay for this online in advance: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=98X28PFMWM3DL We're delighted to invite you to a hands-on community cooking class where guest Chef Yoshi will be teaching you all things Vegan Japanese and you'll be doing the cooking. As always in our classes you can expect to prepare 3-4 dishes hands-on in small groups of 5. The class will follow the usual 3 step method: 1) Vegan/ Plant-based/ Set animal products aside 2) Low in fats/ minimize the use of oils 3) Low-Gl/ Low-Glycaemic/ Unprocessed/ Cooking from scratch And as this is an affordable community cooking class we also request your help with cleaning up. Why are you organising a Vegan Chefs of Colour series? 1) We are keen to take our beneficiaries to the next level on their journey and quest for and to maintain a low-fat vegan diet and lifestyle. By giving them the opportunity to experience a different kind of cuisine for those who aren't familiar with it. And for those who are, we hope it brings you new cooking techniques and recipes. We want to showcase all the beautiful colours that vegan food really comes in and redress the unequal balance often portrayed. 2) We also want to offer a platform for vegan chefs of colour to be introduced to new beneficiaries. Often they have to fight harder to have their work showcased. This is our way of offering community support. Each guest chef will be invited to share their platforms, restaurants, pop-ups, stalls, recipe books, contact information and more. We hope you will join us on this 9 part journey around the world. Doors open at 6.15pm with a view to starting the class at 6.45pm sharp. We invite you to bring your own containers for any leftover food. At the end of the class you will also be invited to take a seat at your table with your group to enjoy your creations and enjoy a Q&A with Yoshi. You have to pay for this online in advance: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=98X28PFMWM3DL For more info before booking including FAQ: http://www.lifeafterhummus.com/vegan-chef-of-colour-cooking-class-series-london-yoshisato-vegan-japanese/

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Hands-on Vegan Cooking Classes: Low-Fat and Unprocessed

Somers Town Community Association

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