The GreenFood Revolution: A Very Vegan Holiday

Christmas Sugar Cookies

The GreenFood Channel in association with PAWS (The People and Animal Welfare Society) are pleased to announce the beginning of a delicious endeavour!

We are happy to announce that we will be starting cooking classes in the new year under The GreenFood Revolution banner. They will be held on Saturdays at PAWS Northbridge (Beaufort St), however we will be kicking things off just in time for the holiday season with a special edition class, A Very Vegan Holiday!

Come learn a couple of seasonal classics such as Fruit Cake and Fruit Mince Pies, as well as some edible gifts and tasty treats to temps the most temperamental of omnivores at your family feasts this festive season.

Each participant will receive:

  • a full colour booklet with all the recipes they need over the holidays.
  • access to special areas of the GreenFood Channel website with even more recipes
  • three huge hours of fun, full hands on learning and facetime with our Head of Noms, Justin Sideris and his big brain of food knowledge
  • a chance to help dispose of the culinary creations with a massive feast
  • take-home noms to either share or help you ease through your food withdrawals overnight…

All this and more can be yours for the holiday special price of $65 which covers food, materials and costs so all you have to do is come along and laugh, learn and nom. We also guarantee that you will say something like “Oh my, this is delicious!” or even “This is the best thing I have ever tasted!”, or your money back. Places are strictly limited however as we can’t have too many people in the Center at once so be hasty with your decision… err, I mean, be quick about it!

If you have any questions, contact us here.

To book your place and confirm with payment, use this link

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Booklet and Demos and Food! Oh Yeah…

Hello my lovely greenies!

We have been just down right busy over here in the kitchen, as usual, to bring you the best of alternative noms and boy howdy do we have some news to share with you all, and perhaps a few more annoying phrases dagnabit…

The Soygurt Solution

We are extaticated that our first publication is ready for sale to you all. The Soygurt Solution is a 20 page booklet that takes one of our most popular post ‘The Soygurt Dilema‘ to a whole new level.

We have experimented and refined the soy yogurt and come up with some amazing things you can do with it, besides eating it in the morning for breakfast…

Check it out here

The Conscious Living Expo

The GreenFood Channel will be attending this year’s Conscious Living Expo Perth on October 17-20. We will be doing at least three cooking demonstrations on the Eco Stage so check out our Facebook Events Page for more info. We would love to see you all down there!

The Cruelty Free Festival

Lastly, but certainly by no means least, TGFC will also be at this year’s Cruelty Free Festival which is THE event of the Perth Vegan calendar in my opinion. Food, stalls, people, non-humans, talks, fun and did I mention food?

This event is brought to you by the lovely volunteers of Animal Rights Advocates, Inc. who are an amazing group of people very close to my heart. They are all about advancing the Vegan lifestyle for the benefit of humans and non-humans everywhere.

This years Festival is happening on the 3rd November, 2012 again so head over to their Facebook page or check their website if you want to get involved or just stay up to date with developments!

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The Soygurt Solution Now for Pre-Sale!

GFC SS (1) Cover

Here it is folks. The very first publication from the GreenFood Channel!

We have taken our most popular post and turned it into a charming little 20 page booklet filled with a scrumptious selection of simple dairy free, animal free, vegan friendly soy yogurt recipe solutions, all for the low low price of $5 (plus postage and handling).

If you want a copy, drop us a line or feel free to order one right from our brand spanking new shoppe (complete with more preview pictures of what’s inside)…

We expect to ship sometime next month as we are just in the process of finalising content and printing. We will also have the available for purchase at our soon to be announced cooking demonstrations in the next couple of months so stay tuned.

Big Love! TGFC.

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Chocolate Yogo by Justin Sideris

Homemade Choco Yogo

So this is what happens when I have a craving for one of my childhood memories. I wondered if there was a recipe for homemade chocolate yogo out there and I found one here at best-recipes. Some simple substitutions, refining and tweaking later, YUM!

Ingredients

  • 40g cornflour
  • 40g dutch cocoa
  • 155g sugar
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp instant coffee granules
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 1L soymilk

Method

  1. In a small bowl thoroughly combine all the dry ingredients.
  2. Add just enough soy milk to the bowl to form a smooth paste.
  3. Slowly add the soy milk and whisk to thin out the paste till you can transfer it to a saucepan.
  4. Add the rest of the soy milk and put on a medium heat.
  5. Continually whisk the mix to keep it smooth until it thickens, about 7-10 minutes.
  6. Scoop the mix out to a container and make sure it is completely covered so that no air can get to it, otherwise a skin will form like a forgotten-about soup.
  7. Refridgerate for at least 8 hours and give a quick final whisk before eating.
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Asian Inspired Slaw by Justin Sideris

Asian Coleslaw

Ingredients

  • 1 carrot, grated
  • 1 fuji apple, grated
  • 1 cup bean shoots
  • 1 tbs fresh coriander leaves
  • 1 tsp sesame seeds for garnish

The Dressing

  • 1 tbs tamari
  • 1 tbs rice bran oil
  • ½ tsp fresh ginger, finely grated
  • ½ tsp fresh garlic, finely grated

Method

  1. Thoroughly combine the dressing ingredients in a bowl using a whisk.
  2. Add the carrot, apple, bean shoots and coriander leaves.
  3. Add the dressing and toss.
  4. Garnish with sesame seeds and serve immediately.
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