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Vegan Hacker Workshop: Vegan Sushi | SF
Kathryn and Maggie are huge nerds who like making food and want to share the love with everyone.
Most last Thursdays of the month, they pick a recipe to veganize and then meet up to share the whole process and hack together vegan recipes of dishes that have no business being vegan like corn dogs, fondue, even Twinkies; the dish changes every month.
Last Thursday of most month | 7 pm
Noisebridge, 2169 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Free, but please check veganhackersf.com to see what ingredients you need to bring.
>> Always check veganhackersf.com before attending because details may change monthly.
On Thursday, July 25, 2013, Vegan Hacker wants to make the easiest and most summer-friendly meal that has ever existed: vegan sushi.
They know that there are people who have devoted their careers to making perfect, fancy sushi. That’s totally amazing, but July’s Vegan Hacker isn’t about that— though fancy sushi chefs are welcome.
No clue how to turn some sheets of nori and a pot of rice into sushi rolls? They’ll show you how to do it— with a plastic bag. No fancy tools needed.
*Free, but RSVP requested and contact vegan hacker to figure out what ingredients to bring
Categories: *Top Pick*
, Eating & Drinking
, Lectures & Workshops
, Recurring - Monthly
, San Francisco
Address: 2169 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Submitted by Rena Ragimova