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|제목||Vegan Cooking Class: Gajigui|
|On Thursday, September 20th, 10:30am-12:00pm, the Itaewon Global Village Center will hold a “Vegan Cooking Class: Gajigui.” Gajigui is one of the side dishes in Korea. “Gaji” means “eggplant” in Korea and “gui” means “grilled.” However, this time, we will be making a stuffed grilled eggplant dish made of seasonal ingredients all harvested from the Buddhist temple.
The basic concept of Vegan food is well known as “Temple food” in Korea. Buddhist monk seeks to the way of living nature by eating foods in its natural state. For this reason, their cooking style is focused on how they can extract natural flavors from each ingredients without using much aromatics and seasonings.
The instructor for this session is Buddhist monk. The venue of the class is near Anguk station (line 3). Class details will be emailed to each participants later. The participation fee is 10,000 won. You can sign up in person or by email only. To sign-up by email, please email us your name, nationality and phone number.
*** pre-registration and pre-payment are required ***