Events & Activities


Dairy Alternatives Ninja Experience FOOD GUIDED TOURS OTHERS 2 HRS

Starting:
8th June 2016
Ending:
29th June 2016
Timings:
at 1:00 PM for both shows 8th and 29th June.
Price:
Rs.900
Age Group:
10+
City:
Bengaluru
Address:

Carrots Restaurant: Bengaluru,
No 607, First Floor, 80 Feet Main Road, 6th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095, India

Please contact (Call/SMS/WhatsApp) GoInTheCity on +91 98800 88033 / 95828 91707 after booking your tickets for host contact details or any other information.Join for a one-of-a-kind recipe learning and tasting experience, and discover a whole new world of plant based milks and derivatives. In this interactive session at Carrots (India’s first all vegan restaurant), the chefs will demonstrate how to prepare cashew-sesame milk, brown rice-almond milk, coconut milk, peanut yogurt and a fermented herb cheesy spread made of cashew and tofu. You’ll also get to taste all these delicious plant based products and we promise you, you’ll go home feeling the enthusiasm and confidence to make them yourselves.

Not only are these milks extremely healthy, nutrient rich and tasty, they’re also a sure fire conversation starter. Imagine serving a cup of hot, creamy chai to someone and as they sip telling them that the chai has absolutely no dairy milk in it. The reaction would be priceless. Come and learn about the various benefits of going dairy free and experience the deliciousness of the alternatives.

About: GoInTheCity enables you to discover local experiences created and hosted by local experts. They are on a mission to connect you to locals who can provide insights about the city that you will never get without having a local connection.

This experience is hosted by Carrots – India’s first all Vegan restaurant. ”Carrots” represents optimism for a sweet future, creativity and vitality. We focus on promoting healthy eating and sustainable living. ”For Better Health, For Better Tomorrow” is their vision and guiding principle.

Being Creative-Conscious-Vegan is their constant mantra.