This class is held online (Zoom) on May 31st 2020.
Only for participants residing in the Honshu region of Japan. If you reside outside of this area and would like to join the class, please book the online lesson only (excluding tomato delivery).
What is Vegan Tomato Ramen?
Japan is famous for its carefully cultivated (and often expensive) fruits. In this class you will learn more about the art of growing tomatoes from the farmer themselves (live from the tomato farm!) and you will find out:
- How to pick out tasty tomatoes
- Why tomatoes are cultivated in greenhouses
This will be followed by a cooking demonstration on how to make delicious vegan tomato ramen. The demonstration is conducted by BentoYa’s Head Chef Akiko Sugawara.
What’s on the menu?
- Vegan soy sauce-based tomato ramen
- Tomato spring rolls
- Tomato jelly
The opportunity to order tomatoes directly from the farm to your home!
- Artisan tomatoes are rarely commercially sold, but delivered directly to high-end hotels and restaurants
- This is a rare opportunity to receive fresh tomatoes directly from the farm
- Due to shipping costs the offer is only available to participants in the Honshu region.
What’s included in the price?
Online class & tomato delivery: 2,500JPY (excl. tax)
- E-meeting the farmer & learning more about tomato cultivation
- Introduction to the dishes
- 1.0 hour online cooking demonstration
- Recipe for cooking at home
- Tomato delivery for a special price from Sato farm in Miyagi prefecture. 280g (actual value is 2,000JPY)
About the sponsor:
BLUEFARM INC. is a food producer located in the Miyagi prefecture. The farm’s mission is to surprise the world through food made in Miyagi and they conduct business with several well-known hotels and restaurants. In 2019 they were awarded the Good Design Award for their work taking full advantage of local produce.
How will the class be conducted?
The class will be conducted online through Zoom. We will share the Zoom meeting URL in advance.
We do not accept cancellation requests after settlement. If you cannot attend the lesson we can share the recipe.