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It’s a 2.5-hour-long session where you will learn all about healthy cooking, plant-based diet, and fermenting — All of this with ingredients that are easily available at home.
With easy hacks, you can get straight to fermenting and learn how to make sauerkraut, kimchi, natural sodas, yogurt, and ginger beer. This will also be followed by a discussion on the myriad options you have to ferment just about anything. No better time to strengthen that immune system.
Get your basics right with celebrity chef, author and restauranteur Ranveer Brar. Get a sneak peak into the chef’s kitchen as he shows you some easy ways to use the ingredients available in your kitchen to cook for your family. Say goodbye to extravagant ingredient shopping.
Learn how to make plant-based milk, curd and a dessert, right at home. Bonus: You’ll also get a chance to understand the benefits of a plant-based diet and how it helps improve your overall and immunity. Get an insight into why Virat Kohli, Djokovic & Serena Williams are adopting this diet.
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It’s coming to you right at your home, on your screens. Just switch on your gadgets, get comfortable and join us.
3 pm to 5:30 pm, Saturday, May 30th. The registered participants will be provided with the link to join once the booking is done.
This lockdown got you thinking about moving to a healthier lifestyle? Then this workshop is for you.
Well, this is the best part. While you will spend a couple of hours learning about healthy food and interacting with our experts — we will be able to use the proceeds from this session to support hundreds of migrant labourers, daily wage earners, and frontline workers who need our support in these times. All proceeds from this session will go towards #BetterTogether, a campaign by The Better India enabling civil service officers across the country to help the needy with essentials, ration kits, and prepared meals. Know more about the campaign here.