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Recipe Demo/Tasting: Sweet Tangy Raw Cashew Dip & Fresh Vegetable Summer Rolls

Join Chef Mya Zeronis of Lean Chef en Route/ Zest Wishes for free demonstration and tasting of her healthy summer recipes. 

1) She'll demonstrate how to make an alternative to bottled, processed Thai peanut sauce.
2)Watch how she rolls fresh vegetables in soaked rice paper and then make your own to dip in the sauce. 

Chef Mya is on a mission to bring up vegan food to a new height with real food ingredients that are also free of GMOs, gluten, refined sugar and corn-derived, factory-produced additives (guar gum, corn syrup, xanthan gum, etc.)

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  • Mya Z.

    Look out for posting of next demo/ tasting.

    July 2, 2014

  • Carolyn

    Tasty but I thought I was going to a class with the meetup group. Not an out door farmers market were you don't have to be on time for a class. I rushed to get there on time! Very misleading!!!

    June 29, 2014

    • Mya Z.

      Carolyn, Thank you for your feedback. No where in the event description says this is a class. It says demo/ tasting. Location is also listed as a market, not a classroom. If it were a class, attendees would be charged to cover ingredients costs. My business is on a mission to educate people and open their minds and eyes about healthy eating. I do not financially gain from informing the poorly educated and often ignorant (in terms of food choices) public about what ingredients are in what they consider "food," vegan or not. The best place to teach how to prepare food is where people can shop locally grown real food ingredients directly from farmers without any middleman fees, not an indoor space with air conditioning, a luxury item of the Western world that takes everything for granted.

      July 2, 2014

  • Carl

    Will be a bit late, sorry.

    June 28, 2014

  • Ashley

    Sorry I have to miss this. Love me some peanut sauce!

    1 · June 27, 2014

  • June 27, 2014

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