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October 2021

Fusion Mediterranean

October 9 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Open Table Cooking School, 111 Lagoon Dr
Myocum, NSW 2482 Australia
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A$170 5 tickets left
Open Table Mediterranean Food

An exciting day of Healthy Fusion Mediterranean cuisine class awaits. Mediterranean is the food from cultures adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea. The historical connections of the region, the impact of the Mediterranean Sea on the region's climate & economy and the wide variety of cultures in the area have led to many common elements in the food.This workshop will take your taste buds on a Mediterranean fling.A Healthy Mediterranean diet excludes things like gluten, dairy and processed foods while loading…

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Vegan Kitchen Farmacy

October 10 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Open Table Cooking School, 111 Lagoon Dr
Myocum, NSW 2482 Australia
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A$170 4 tickets left
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Food is Medicine! What you put into your body can be a nutritional medley that sustains and enhances your life… Or it could be the opposite! Which do you want to live by? It is our belief that eating wholesome, tasty food is the basis for good health. And of course in the company of good people! Every meal that you consume influences the way that you feel one way or another so the more nutritious foods you choose, the…

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The Delectable Moorish Cuisine

October 17 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Open Table Cooking School, 111 Lagoon Dr
Myocum, NSW 2482 Australia
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A$170 7 tickets left
Open Table Moorish cooking class

This exciting cooking workshop will be all about the delectable cuisine of the Moors. The Moorish nomadic people played a huge role in the influence of Spanish cooking, as well as North African and Moroccan. Cooking in clay pots came from the Moors, as well as wood burning ovens. For example: Moorish kebabs are one of the most popular dishes served in any Spanish bar or restaurant. The spices are why the Moors are most famous for are cumin, coriander,…

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