Do you know Rice Milk?
Rice milk is the most popular healthy drink in this year.
You can learn how to use rice milk in daily life.
Rice milk which is made from rice is paid the most attention to now.
It is vegetable drink. Rice milk is also called "the third of milk" to the next of milk and soy milk. The taste of rice milk is a soft sweet flavor.
Rice milk is popular not only for vegetarians but also for people who want to get energy for a day at breakfast or at sports.
Rice milk can use smoothie and soup as well as various ways for cooking and making sweets.
This class will be taught by Ms. Shuka Okubo.
She is the author of the rice milk book, " Hajimeteno rice milk".
She is a sports woman. She has often developed menus for runners and also published health information.
Date: June 21, 2015 (Sunday)
Time: 12:00~16:00 (Open 11:30~)
Class size: 30
Cost: 4500 yen (Material and facility usage fee, with small souvenir) (tax included)
Dead line: June 17, 2015 (Wed.) 11:00AM
What to bring: Apron and something to write with application
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This class will be taught by Ms. Shuka Okubo
She is a recipe development consultant, Vegetable Sommelier, and food writer. She has often developed menus for runners and also published health information mainly for runners. She focuses on a fusion of food culture and sports in a community-based.
She has published her first book about rice milk. “Hajimeteno Rice Milk” (Publisher: Jiyu Cokuminsha)
Her website: http://www.shukas.com/
Hisamatsu vegetable recipe site: http://vegerecipin.com/