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Vegan Cheese Cookery Class (Private Group)

Date: Monday to Saturday (Closed on Tuesdays)
Venue: Green Hub Eat Well Canteen
Numebr of Persons: 10-24
Fee: 380 per person
Low Carbon Living
Adults

Vegan Cheese Cookery Class

Carbon dioxide emissions are linked to energy and resource use. Major sources of carbon dioxide emissions from the dairy chain are related to land, water and energy use on the farm, and post-farm processing and distribution of milk and dairy products. Typically, it takes about 10L of milk to make one kilogram of cheese.
 
This cooking class covers three different kinds of vegan cheese, including vegan feta cheese, cashew soft cream cheese spread and vegan parmesan cheese powder. Participants will learn the cooking skills and applications of vegan cheese. Participants will also harvest their favorite herbs from the Green Hub's Kitchen Garden as ingredients.
 
This class is suitable for people who are lactose-intolerant. Each participant will take home 200g of organic vegan feta cheese and a serve of vegan parmesan cheese powder. Please bring a 400ml container for the vegan feta cheese.
 
During the class, tutor will share the environmental, health and animal rights issues that are related to industrial milk production.The class will be taught in Cantonese.

Private cookery class is welcomed.

Fee: $380 per person (includes all ingredients and tuition)

Group Size: 10-24 adults

Time: 17:00-18:30

Date: Monday to Saturday (Green Hub closed on Tuesdays)

Application: Application should be submitted to the Green Hub at least 2 weeks in advance.

For enquiries about the available dates, please call 2996 2830 (Ms Carol Ng) or email ghprog@kfbg.org 

Please note the Vaccine Pass requirements are applicable to the Green Hub. Upon entry to the Green Hub, visitors are required to present vaccination record for the purpose of the Vaccine Pass, scan 'Leave Home Safe' app, pass body temperature test. In all areas onsite, visitors are required to wear face masks and follow the latest regulations on social distancing.

The Green Hub is itself covered by Public Liability Insurance. Participants are fully responsible for arranging, at their own expense, such life, health and other forms of insurance coverage as individual considers appropriate.