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An Evening With Miyoko, Wed. Nov. 3 at 6 pm

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  • Dave
    This Wed. evening, Nov. 3 at 6 pm, enjoy an entertaining and informative evening with renowned chef and author Miyoko Schinner. Miyoko has just completed a
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      This Wed. evening, Nov. 3 at 6 pm, enjoy an entertaining and informative evening with renowned chef and author Miyoko Schinner. Miyoko has just completed a vegan cooking DVD with a comic twist, which she will be sharing as well as appearing in person with samples of some of her exquisite creations. Location is the Mission Station Community Room, 630 Valencia St., corner of Valencia and 17th St., one block west of Mission, San Francisco.

      Author, Chef and Cooking Instructor Miyoko Schinner has created and promoted healthful, vegetarian/vegan cuisine for 30 years. As the founder of Now and Zen, initially a restaurant and then vegan food manufacturer with nationwide distribution, she developed products such as the UnTurkey, HipWhip, a line of gourmet vegan cakes,
      and a low-fat vegan chocolate chip cookie that is still enjoyed by customers on United Airlines. She is the author of three vegan cookbooks and is a former contributor to publications such as Vegetarian Times Magazine. Miyoko, her products and her unique approach to vegan cuisine have been featured in numerous publications, television and radio shows, including the Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner, Newsweek, New York Post, ABC World News Tonight, NPR's Market Place and California Report. She currently teaches for Dr. John McDougall and has given cooking demonstrations nationwide.

      Along with the presentation, enjoy a fabulous vegan dinner handcrafted by Patricia Allen Koot, NC, certified Nutrition Educator. Patricia's dinners continue to receive excellent reviews. This totally health-supporting vegan dinner will be made without eggs, dairy or honey, and prepared without oil or added sugars. Patricia makes a real effort to accommodate food allergies and intolerances, so do email or call her if you have a special need.

      Best of all, the dinner is all you can eat. Don't worry about serving size, fill your plate several times over, and take some home for lunch and dinner the next day.

      A fifteen dollar minimum donation covers the all you can eat dinner plus the presentation. The chef volunteers her time, and the donations go toward facility rental, food and related costs.

      Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity. RSVP to 707-774-1904 or email to: info@....

      David Koot
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