Cooking with Green Kitchen

We went for an awesome Balinese cooking class with Green Kitchen Bali.

After a stop at the market we got a tour of Jero’s farm and picked a couple of fresh chillies to add to the ingredients he already had. The kitchen is open air under some huts, with woodfire stoves and a stone pit for grinding. His family had done a little preparation but we were involved in everything else, even making coconut oil from fresh grated coconut!
We were the only two booked that day, so it was a completely vegan cooking class! After a lot of chopping, grinding, pressing, mixing, boiling, frying etc we finished all the cooking and had a huge feast for lunch, including curry, corn fritters, soup, tempeh and black rice pudding! We had a bunch of leftovers too so we took them back with us for later. Everything was really good, even if I am a little biased.. The corn fritters were probably our fave.

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