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Plant-based culinary school for Hua Hin

July 20, 2015 3:25 pm Category: Asia, Food, Latest News A+ / A-
Matthew Kenney Culinary Academy at Evason Hua Hin in Pranburi

Matthew Kenney Culinary Academy at Evason Hua Hin in Pranburi

Evason Hua Hin in Pranburi Thailand will open a plant based culinary academy that will focus on preparation of organic vegan cuisine.

Evason Hua Hin will partner with Matthew Kenney Cuisine, a well-known American integrated lifestyle brand founded to meet the increasing interest in living foods and the art of raw food preparation.

Offering Asia’s first classically structured plant-based culinary academy, the new academic facility is surrounded by 20-acres of rich, manicured tropical gardens, lotus ponds and access to the best plant-based produce Thailand grows.

Built upon Founder Matthew Kenney’s culinary training in plant-based raw foods cuisine, the new culinary academy offers month-long courses, as well as weekday and weekend workshops which will be introduced later in the year.

The curriculum is centred on the use of whole, organic, unprocessed plant-based foods to achieve healthy, aesthetically refined and flavourful cuisine.

Core programming focuses on the “Fundamentals of Raw Cuisine” and offer students comprehensive training in the principles in the art of raw food, as well as cooked plant-based cuisine classes that further the modern, creative approach to preparing nutritious foods. All programs are structured to provide students heightened new techniques, enabling them to execute and innovate raw and cooked plant-based cuisine at the highest level.

Students of the academy will be be provided with accommodation at Evason Hua Hin. The resort complements the Matthew Kenney Culinary approach to holistic living with its Six Senses Spa featuring popular wellness programs including Discover Yoga, Yogic Detox and Yogic Sleep and a dedication to sustainable practices including water use reduction, waste management, sustainable purchasing and carbon emission reductions.

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