Sept 17

09:00
09:50

Chautari Hall
COMPASSIONATE VEGAN EDUCATION
One of the best ways to spread the word about veganism and plant-based eating is through networking and creating a community of vegans. To do that we must start from the base level and that is by starting some vegan clubs, vegan education classes for the students in different groups as that will bring together like-minded individuals while also attracting the attention of those who are vegan-curious. If that is done at the school level with the school curriculum itself, it might show the effectiveness and we can discover ways in which the education can be implemented and auctioned.
Speakers

  • LeAnne Campbell (President of T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies)
  • Susianto Tseng (Co-founder of south-east Asia’s first vegan school and vegan nutrition for children and founder of the World Vegan Organisation)
  • Seto Mulyadi (Child psychologist, activist and vegan educator)
  • Karunas Zhu (Vegan activist & founder of Taiwan Vegan Academy)

Moderator

  • Asim Gurung (Student activist)

Rhino Hall
GET READY-THE FUTURE OF VEGAN TOURISM
It is no secret that plant-based eating and clean eating as a whole is a trend that is growing rapidly around the world. Study the current vegan trends that are taking over the tourism industry and discuss projections for what the future of vegan tourism might hold while understanding how businesses must implement changes to their ventures to meet these trends.

Speakers

  • Dhananjaya Regmi (CEO of Nepal Tourism Board), Zachary Lovas (Co-founder of VegVoyages Vegan Adventure Tours and The VegVoyages Foundation)
  • Anne H. J. Lee (Author, researcher & director of plant-based ‘Temple Food Academy’)
  • Jeong Kwan (Buddhist nun and world-renowned plant-based chef known as “The Philosopher Chef”)

Bodhi Hall
BEING VEGAN ???
To be vegan is to follow a plant-based diet among other lifestyle choices. Does being vegan seem difficult and out of reach to you? Discuss why there is an urgency for as many people as possible to go vegan and what the individual and collective benefits of veganism are.

Speakers

  • Fiona Oakes (Global vegan marathon runner and animal sanctuary founder)
  • Zeeshan Ali (Program specialist at the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine)
  • Kuntal Joisher (Vegan mountaineer and two-time Everest summiter),
  • Vidya Chakravarthy (Award-winning plant-based ayurvedic doctor)

Moderator

  • Asmi Shrestha (Miss Nepal 2016, fashion model)

Chulho Hall
WANNA STILL EAT MEAT AND BE VEGAN? LEARN HOW TO MAKE VEGAN MEAT
Living vegan does not mean you have to give up on the tastes and flavours that you used to love. Learn about the incredible meat replacements available to vegans with an equal if not higher nutritional profile but without the toxins and hormones that come with traditional meat. These alternatives can be used to replace meat in all your favourite recipes without sacrificing texture, flavour or nutrients.

Speakers

    • Jayalaxmi Rai (Vegan food consultant, founder of Granny’s Bowl online meal delivery and recipe developer)
    • Chef Jajah (Vegan master baker, Veganerie founder & vegan restaurateur)

Sept 17

10:00 –
10:50

Chautari Hall
DEFORESTATION & ITS DEADLY OUTCOMES

Deforestation is a global issue that is on the rise and getting worse every day as the human population increases to the point that we may not have any forests left on the planet in a very short time and this threatens the existence of not only humans but all life on the planet. The meat and dairy industries drive deforestation to a great extent. In this programme, experts will help you understand the effects of deforestation and how each and every one of us can change our own consumption patterns to help reduce the demand for deforestation.

Speakers

  • Aviram Rozin (Vegan Environmentalist & Founder of Sadhana Forest)
  • Madhavi Kolte (Environment & Sustainable Agriculture Advocate)
  • Ian Singleton (Wildlife conservationist & zoologist, world’s foremost expert on the Sumatran orangutan and founder of Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme)

Moderator

  • Shristi Singh Shrestha (Animal rights advocate, vegan activist and vice-president of Animal Nepal)

Rhino Hall
HOW TO INCORPORATE VEGAN COURSES INTO YOUR HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM

As veganism grows, it seems like an obvious next step to try to incorporate this aspect of tourism into the Hospitality Management curriculum so that the next generation of young people in hospitality will have a greater understanding of what vegan tourism is all about and how to deal with vegan tourists in a way that is welcoming and courteous.

Speakers

  • Paul Eyers (Plant-based food & beverage consultant)

Chulho Hall
MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR VEGAN BUSINESSES The success of any business depends on its marketing strategies but with vegan businesses, in particular, paying attention to your marketing strategy can help you improve your business and overall profitability. A vegan business can either be an openly vegan business with veganism being tied into its core branding and thereby attracting vegans themselves or a vegan business can be a “secretly vegan” business where it is marketed as a regular business that attracts a general audience but uses only vegan components. Discuss and identify what works best for your business while you gain tips and advice from experts in the field.

Speakers

  • Palak Mehta (Founder and CEO of Vegan First, India), Ken Spector (Head of marketing and key principal at HappyCow)
  • Chef Jajah (Vegan master baker, Veganerie founder & vegan restaurateur)
  • Abhishek Sinha (CEO of GoodDot, India’s leading homegrown mock meat brand)

Bodhi Hall
THE UNTOLD TRUTH ABOUT THE NON-PLANT-BASED FOOD

There is a belief that in order to get sufficient calcium, proteins or the necessary nutrition you must consume dairy milk or meat. The truth is, you can get all of your nutrients from a plant-based diet. Learn more about this with our experts in this workshop.

Speakers

  • Kuntal Joisher (Vegan mountaineer and two-time Everest summitter)
  • Vythilingam Pillay (Physician doctor, plant-based lifestyle advocate)
  • Nandita Shah (Award-winning author and disease prevention advocate)

Moderator

  • Courtney Garza (Editor-in-chief, VegWorld magazine & vegan social media strategist)

Sept 17

11:00 –
11:50

Chautari Hall
THE TRUTH BEHIND ANIMALS IN TOURISM
Tourists often pay big money to be able to ride an elephant and visit zoos and consider it to be an exotic vacation activity without realizing the shocking atrocities that happen behind the scenes in order to break the spirit of young wild animals in order to tame them. The outdated concept of zoos should not exist, so let us replace zoos with sanctuaries! Animal sanctuaries are an alternative to zoos where animals are not locked in cages but given the freedom to roam in areas that resemble their own natural habitat. Sanctuaries offer a home for rescued animals that are taken care of by professionals. Income that comes into sanctuaries can be used to treat and take care of rescued animals, unlike zoos that capture animals for the sole purpose of human entertainment and profit.

Speakers

  • Ian Singleton (Wildlife conservationist & zoologist, world’s foremost expert on the Sumatran orangutan and founder of Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme)
  • Deepani Jayantha (Leading elephant conservationist & veterinarian & human-elephant conflict)
  • Surajan Shrestha (Animal activist), Shivaraj Bhatta (), Narendra Babu Pradhan (Resource Person at IUCN)

Moderator 

  • Payal (Kathmandu Animal Save)

Chulho Hall
LOVE DAIRY PRODUCTS? LEARN HOW TO MAKE THEM IN A PLANT-BASED WAY
Learn how to make all the incredible dairy products alternatives available to vegans. You do not have to give up on your favourite comfort food when you make the transition to veganism. While veganism is definitely about healthy living, it can also be wholesome and enjoyable. Learn to veganise milk, cheese, curd and butter in this programme so you can add them to your favourite recipes of all time without having to sacrifice the key components that make them delicious and comforting.

Speakers

  • Jayalaxmi Rai (Vegan food consultant, founder of Granny’s Bowl online meal delivery and recipe developer)
  • Dipankar Thapa (Specialist chef)

Rhino Hall
WORKING THEM TO DEATH: PLIGHT OF WORKING ANIMALS
This might sound shocking but people here still use animals for labour work, in other words, there are still hundreds of working animals, like oxen, donkeys, and buffaloes that are used as hard labour, forced to work long hours under dangerous and unhealthy conditions. They are forced to do this, even though there are other cruelty-free alternatives available. Here we discuss the abuse the animals are forced to work under, the damage to their health, the economics involved, and give solutions on how we can change it for both the sake of the people and animals involved.

Speakers

  • Sajana Shrestha (Animal welfare advocate), Atish (Animal welfare advocate)

Bodhi Hall
FOOD OF THE FUTURE! HEALTHIER, TASTIER & CRUELTY FREE
Food is the basic necessity for your body, so it is basically our future. We even say we become what we eat! So how about we have food that is healthier for our body without the absence of taste as well. That is what we are bringing for you guys, food that is healthy, tasty along with no cruelty. What if we say that you don’t have to go far in search of this food, it might be right next door. Join the workshop and try the food sample of such healthy and tasty food which is very mind-boggling.

Speakers

  • Ken Spector (Head of marketing and key principal at HappyCow)
  • Kajol Sethia (Vegan Dairy Nepal co-founder)
  • Chef Jajah (Vegan master baker, Veganerie founder & vegan restaurateur)

Moderator

  • Palak Mehta (Founder and CEO of Vegan First, India)

Sept 17

12:00 –
12:50

Rhino Hall
HOW TO INTRODUCE AND COMMENCE VEGAN CLUB AT SCHOOL, COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
One great way to spread the word about veganism and plant-based eating is through networking and creating a community of vegans. Starting a vegan club at your school, college or university will bring together like-minded individuals while also attracting the attention of those students who are vegan-curious. A club can be a way to host activism events such as food sharing events like vegan fairs and potlucks to draw in a greater audience to the cause.

Speakers

  • LeAnne Campbell (President of T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies)
  • Susianto Tseng (Co-founder of south-east Asia’s first vegan school and vegan nutrition for children and founder of the World Vegan Organisation)
  • Muhammad Umair Arshad (Vegan advocate and nutrition expert)
  • Jennifer Tan Sok Lim (Vegan activist and Chair – World Vegan Organization Singapore)

Moderator

  • Angeela Shrestha (Founder of Project Humane Nepal & compassionate education advocate)

Chulho Hall
TERRIFIC TASTES OF THAILAND – VEGAN GUIDE TO MAKING ONE OF THE WORLD’S BEST CUISINES
When it comes to eating out or take out food, Thai cuisine has always been a crowd favourite with its bursts of flavour and intricate tastes and yet, because of the seafood ingredients that are traditionally present in most Thai cuisine, vegans find themselves craving the old familiar tastes that they can no longer have. May Kaidee will show you how to recreate your favourite restaurant dishes right in the comfort of your own kitchen with vegan ingredients so you will never have to find yourself missing your favourite food ever again.

Speakers

  • Chef Jajah (Vegan master baker, Veganerie founder & vegan restaurateur)

Bodhi Hall
CREATE AN ANIMAL-FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
An animal-friendly community begins with you. Through your vegan lifestyle and your actions, you can inspire those around you to be animal friendly and reduce cruelty towards animals by going vegan you can help to stop animal cruelty. By refusing to pay for animal products, you reduce the demands by inspiring people to stop animal slaughter and offering alternative ways for instant adopting or feeding stray animals. Discuss how to organize the workshop or events that will help to stop cruelty over animals.

Speakers

  • Asmi Shrestha (Miss Nepal 2016, fashion model)
  • Renee King-Sonnen (Rowdy Girl Sanctuary founder and advocate for compassionate farming)
  • Beena Pant (SPCA Nepal general secretary, animal rights activist & vegan advocate)
  • Krishna Gurung (Vegan activist and president of Nepal Vegetarian Association)
  • Payal (Kathmandu Animal Save)

Moderator

  • Sanam Puri (Singer, songwriter and music composer)

Sept 17

13:00 –
13:50

Chautari Hall
HUMAN-WILDLIFE CONFLICT ISSUES FACING THE HIMALAYA
Wildlife have lived in the wilderness for millennia but as the human population increases drastically and they start encroaching on forest lands, tension begins to mount between humans and wildlife. Humans often resort to cruelty in order to get rid of wildlife from what they believe is their land without realising that wildlife have lived there all along before humans encroached. Experts discuss ways in which the human-wildlife conflict can be minimised or eliminated completely while giving animals their true right to their land but also allowing humans to have a right to basic housing.

Speakers

  • Deepani Jayantha (Leading elephant conservationist & veterinarian & human-elephant conflict)
  • Ajit Thapa (Award-winning professional national park conservationist))
  • Rama Misra (Founder of Wildlife Conservation Association Nepal)
  • Kumar Poudel (Conservationist, co-founder and director of Greenhood Nepal)

Moderator

  •  Shristi Singh Shrestha (Animal rights advocate, vegan activist and vice-president of Animal Nepal)

Rhino Hall
HOW TO USE YOUR INFLUENCE TO SPEAK UP FOR ANIMALS
Every one of us has some sort of online platform and social media presence that we use to communicate our views, ideas and even advertise our businesses. Learn how you can use your own influence to speak up against the cruelty and injustice that animals face every day. Every seed you plant can create massive ripple effects within your community whether physical or online.

Speakers

  • Fiona Oakes (Global vegan marathon runner and animal sanctuary founder)
  • Seto Mulyadi (Child psychologist, activist and vegan educator)
  • Shivya Nath (Award-winning vegan travel blogger and author of the bestselling travel memoir “The Shooting Star”)
  • Govinda Tandon (Cultural anthropologist)

Moderator

  • Courtney Garza (Editor-in-chief, VegWorld magazine & vegan social media strategist)

Chulho Hall
SUBSTITUTE YOUR WAY AROUND THE CULINARY WORLD!
As a new vegan, cooking your favourite recipes can be confusing and your meals might seem dull but the truth is, if you know exactly what to use as a substitute, you can veganise just about any recipe in the world and you definitely won’t be missing out. Learning to substitute means you can host non-vegan friends and family over for homemade vegan feasts on any occasion.

Speakers

  • Paul Eyers (Plant-based food & beverage consultant)
  • Dipankar Thapa (Specialist chef)

Sept 17

14:00 –
14:50

Chautari Hall
SPECIAL B2B / B2C SESSIONS for PLANT-BASED ENTREPRENEURS & BUSINESSES brought to you by VEGAN FIRST
Do you dream of having your own vegan business? Do you have a great plant-based product you think people are going to love? Do you want to market your products to health & eco-friendly communities throughout the Himalaya? Do you have a market, shop, restaurant or hotel and want to find vegan-friendly products? Do you have a vegan-friendly product and want to find markets, shops, restaurants or hotels to market to? The incredible team at Vegan First, established vegan entrepreneurs and branding experts from around the world will guide you at these special B2B / B2C sessions to take your vegan-friendly products or business to the next level! From branding, sales and marketing to product manufacturing and distribution – we’ll cover it all! Stay tuned to find out more information about these exciting, free workshops!

Speakers

  • Ken Spector (Head of marketing and key principal at HappyCow)
  • Seth Tibbott (Master tempeh maker, founder of Tofurky
  • Kajol Sethia (Vegan Dairy Nepal co-founder)
  • Courtney Garza (Editor-in-chief, VegWorld magazine & vegan social media strategist)
  • Abhishek Sinha (CEO of GoodDot, India’s leading homegrown mock meat brand)

Moderator

  • Palak Mehta (Founder and CEO of Vegan First, India)

Bodhi Hall
VEGANISM 101: YOUR JOURNEY TO COMPASSION
To someone new to the concepts of plant-based eating, veganism might seem daunting but if you know your way around plant-based food, going vegan and getting the right nutrients could not be easier. In this discussion, you will learn the very basics of vegan living and how to navigate through the common issues that may arise at the beginning of your journey to clean healthy living.

Speakers

  • Zeeshan Ali (Program specialist at the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine)
  • Jennifer Tan Sok Lim (Vegan activist and Chair – World Vegan Organization Singapore)
  • Paul Pornthep Srinarula (Founding president of BIVA (Bangkok International Vegan Alliance) holistic health and vegan educator, motivational speaker and digital talk show host)
  • Krishna Gurung (Vegan activist and president of Nepal Vegetarian Association)

Sept 17

15:00 –
15:50

Chautari Hall
PREVENTING, REVERSING & HEALING THE DISEASES THROUGH FOOD It has been proven time and time again that a clean plant-based diet of whole food, fruits and vegetables can lower your risk of heart diseases and other severe illnesses and can improve your immunity. In fact, a whole foods plant-based diet cannot only prevent but it can also reverse heart disease and many underlying conditions. Nutrition and medical experts from around the world show how you can eat to heal your body and keep it free of disease and help you to make a cleaner and healthier choice.

Speakers

  • Zeeshan Ali (Program specialist at the Physicians Comittee for Responsible Medicine)
  • Vidya Chakravarthy (Award-winning plant-based ayurvedic doctor)
  • Vythilingam Pillay (Physician doctor, plant-based lifestyle advocate)
  • Muhammad Umair Arshad (Vegan advocate and nutrition expert)

Rhino Hall
SOCIAL MEDIA 101 FOR ACTIVISTS & PLANTPRENEURS As with all modern businesses and projects, social media plays a key role in the promotion of plant-based and vegan businesses even to speak out about the animals or how they are being brutally abused or used for us behind our backs. Join the experts from around the world as they share their experiences with using social media to their advantage in their networking, activism and business alike and pick up key strategies you would use to reach out to the largest possible number of people.

Speakers

  • Shova Bhujel (Aspiring lawyer, vegan food blogger & advocate)
  • Courtney Garza (Editor-in-chief, VegWorld magazine & vegan social media strategist)
  • Shivya Nath (Award-winning vegan travel blogger and author of the bestselling travel memoir “The Shooting Star”)
  • Karin Olsen (Vegan promoter, writer and certified plant-based health coach)

Bodhi Hall
SOLUTIONS FOR STRAY ANIMALS

Stray animals are a great concern in many developing countries and Nepal is no exception. There are many ways in which the stray animal problem can be solved. The main key to reducing the stray animal population in your community is to set up regular spay and neuter programs in your community. The issues that may arise however are that people within the community are often not educated on the subject and may resist the procedure for their pet based on empathy for the pet while not giving much thought to dumping any offspring that may come along back on the streets. Not only that but we can even make some plant-based food for animals for instant dogs who can not only survive on it but can thrive on it. This workshop will include all the brainstorming and idea-sharing for all these things to come up with a solution.


Chulho Hall
PIZZA, PASTA, & BURGERS – MADE TASTY & HEALTHY AT LAST! These famous fast food treats have gained a bad reputation over the years, but at this workshop, you will learn how to veganize your favourite international take-out food like pizza, pasta, and burgers at your own home from professional Chef Jajah – from Thailand’s world-famous Veganerie chain of restaurants. Making your own vegan pizza, pasta and burgers mean you will get all the deliciousness without the animal ingredients and the additives making them a great choice not just as a rare treat, but as a frequent meal.

Speakers

  • Chef Jajah (Vegan master baker, Veganerie founder & vegan restaurateur)
  • Dipankar Thapa (Specialist chef)

Sept 17

16:00 –
16:50

Chautari Hall
BULLETPROOFING YOUR BODY WITH A PLANT-BASED LIFESTYLE
Learn more about how the plant-based diet can help you to heal your body and protect your heart and body from the diseases from your everyday diet and potentially prevent it. And how these things were kept as a mystery in the medical field and the nutrition you can get from these foods and improve your immunity system from these. Learn more about it in brief from the doctors around the world how these things can help your body heal without any harm.

Speakers

  • Nandita Shah (Award-winning author and disease prevention advocate)

Rhino Hall
HOW TO MAKE VEGAN, ENVIRONMENTAL AND ANIMAL WELFARE VEGAN FILMS – FROM CONCEPT TO COMPLETION
We have all dreamed of creating an impactful video or documentary as part of our activism and yet, many of us do not know where to even begin. Join award-winning documentary filmmakers to understand the ins and outs of filmmaking from concept or idea to research through completion.

Speakers

  • Keegan Kuhn (Award-winning documentary filmmaker, director and producer of Cowspiracy and What the Health)

Moderator

  • Yubraj Maski (Independent filmmaker & plant-based food promoter)

Bodhi Hall
REALITY BEHIND ONE OF NEPAL’S LARGEST EXPORTS – PALM OIL!
It is not common knowledge that Nepal’s largest export is in fact, Palm Oil even though Nepal does not actually grow its own palm. While the cruelty behind the palm oil trade is widely being exposed in other countries, Nepal continues to import this same palm oil and re-export it, thereby participating in the cruelty that other countries are choosing to avoid. Discuss ways in which this can be brought to light and awareness can be built around the subject in order to stop Nepal from supporting the severe animal cruelty tied in with the palm oil trade.

Speakers

  • Ian Singleton (Wildlife conservationist & zoologist, world’s foremost expert on the Sumatran orangutan and founder of Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme)

Chulho Hall
WANT TO MAKE YOUR RESTAURANT MORE VEGAN-FRIENDLY AND PROFITABLE?
Learn how adding vegan options and secret vegan elements to your restaurant’s menu can enhance your business by bringing in new customers and helping you make more profit without losing your existing customers. Discovering tips and tricks to adding “accidentally vegan” in ways where they will be virtually recognizable to non-vegan customers will draw the attention of the growing vegan market.

Speakers

  • Ken Spector (Head of marketing and key principal at HappyCow)

Sept 17

17:00 –
17:50

Rhino Hall
PANEL DISCUSSION OF ALL FILMMAKERS FOR PROMOTING ANIMAL RIGHTS AND VEGANISM THROUGH FILM AND MEDIA
There are aspects that you should focus on when making an activism documentary that will create more impact. What should you keep in mind when creating such a documentary which will make a powerful impact and share insight? Vegan activists and documentary filmmakers discuss their experiences while making such films and through this discussion, you will gain an understanding and get information on how to make such movies.

Speakers

  • Sailesh Rao (Founder and executive director of Climate Healers and author)
  • Keegan Kuhn (Award-winning documentary filmmaker, director and producer of Cowspiracy and What the Health)
  • Seto Mulyadi (Child psychologist, activist and vegan educator)
  • Dolly Vyas-Ahuja (Animal activist, public speaker, and vegan documentary producer)
  • Harsha Atmakuri (Vegan filmmaker & doctor)

Moderator

  • Asmi Shrestha (Miss Nepal 2016, fashion model)

Chautari Hall
Independent Animal Secure Associations of Nepal

Speakers

  • Renee King-Sonnen (Rowdy Girl Sanctuary founder and advocate for compassionate farming)
  • Beena Pant (SPCA Nepal general secretary, animal rights activist & vegan advocate)

Bodhi Hall
HOW TO START ANIMAL WELFARE & ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS CLASSES AT YOUR LOCAL EDUCATION INSTITUTION
Animal welfare awareness and environment-friendly education should be taught at ground level to every citizen of every country as it is as important as and connected with human rights education. With this in mind, we’ll discuss how to implement environmental and animal-friendly campaigns and programmes in the curriculum at your local educational institution.

Speakers

  • LeAnne Campbell (President of T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies)
  • Susianto Tseng (Co-founder of south-east Asia’s first vegan school and vegan nutrition for children and founder of the World Vegan Organisation)
  • Angeela Shrestha (Founder of Project Humane Nepal & compassionate education advocate)
  • Jennifer Tan Sok Lim (Vegan activist and Chair – World Vegan Organization Singapore)

Chulho Hall
MAKE YOUR HOTEL, GUEST HOUSE OR HOMESTAY MORE VEGAN FRIENDLY AND MORE PROFITABLE
With the growing number of vegan and health-conscious travellers, creating a more vegan-friendly hotel, guest house, or homestay is likely to create traction in your space. As with restaurants and cafes, there are many small but significant changes that you can make to your space to make it look more attractive to not only vegan travellers doing research online but also non-vegans who are trying to live a more health-conscious life. In fact, you might even gently persuade non-vegans to be plant-based for the duration of their stay with you as part of their holiday experience with the right marketing.

Speakers

  • Paul Eyers (Plant-based food & beverage consultant)

Sept 17

18:00 –
18:50

Bodhi Hall
ALTERNATIVE VEGAN AGRICULTURE
Demand for organic food products is increasing drastically, driven by the increased knowledge of what we consume. With this, comes the need to focus on how to make the eco-friendly dream of food forests come true. So, what can we do to practice environmentally-friendly, cruelty-free organic farming? Learn from the experts on how to create a self-sustained food forest that can provide you all year round organic foods including how to make organic, cruelty-free fertilizers.
Speakers

  • Aakash Zure (Environment & sustainable agriculture advocate)
  • Aviram Rozin (Vegan Environmentalist & Founder of Sadhana Forest)
  • Madhavi Kolte (Environment & Sustainable Agriculture Advocate)
  • Sanjeev Naik (Environment & sustainable agriculture advocate)
  • Julie Wayne (Environment & sustainable agriculture advocate)

Chulho Hall
A PIECE OF CAKE: DISCOVER THE JOY OF BAKING IN A VEGAN WAY
Break those myths about vegans having to give up on their cake with this workshop where you will learn that plant-based and cake can be even more delicious than their non-vegan counterparts while being so much healthier too. Combining all the nutrient-dense ingredients the plant universe has to offer means that these baked goods will no longer need to be a rare guilty treat!
Speakers

  • Chef Jajah (Vegan master baker, Veganerie founder & vegan restaurateur)