RESOBOX: Vegan Sushi Making - SUN 11/10

RESOBOX: Vegan Sushi Making - SUN 11/10


sunday, november 10th, 2019

10am - 12pm

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In this hands-on experience, we’ll learn to make vegan sushi from start to finish- showcasing the  versatility, textures, and incredible flavor of Japanese plant-based ingredients.

Leading this class will be Keiko Tanaka, a plant-based food creator, and Founder of Blankslate- a company dedicated to making a positive impact through delicious, sustainable food.

Using fresh, bright vegetables for the sushi-making component, we’ll also learn to make a mouth-watering “yummy” sauce. Finally, we’ll make a Japanese-style veggie broth using dried kelp and shiitake mushrooms for a gut-friendly miso soup.

We’ll only cook with hand-picked organic produce and seasonings- free of gluten, GMOs, and refined sugar. We’ll also use a combination of white and black rice to make the sushi.

For those looking to share their creations for the world to see, Keiko will also share her Instagrammable food photography hacks using your smartphone.

What We’ll Make

Spicy “Tuna” Rolls | Roasted Red Bell Pepper, Veggienaise, Organic Sriracha Sauce

Teriyaki Tofu and Cucumber Rolls

Green Monster Avocado Rolls

Curried Garnet Yam Rolls

Nothing Beets Love Pink Rolls

Miso Soup | Japanese-style Veggie Broth, Dried Kelp, Shiitake Mushrooms

“Yummy” Sauce

Your Booking Includes

Recipes for Vegan Sushi & Miso Soup

A NYC Japanese grocery guide to find all of the ingredients and seasonings used in class

About Keiko


Originally from Japan, Keiko shares her love and passion for a vegan lifestyle through wholesome delicious food that have no compromise in taste or satisfaction.

As the founder of Blankslate, a company that lives out the values of the plant-based diet and lifestyle in a healthy, accessible way, her creations frequently feature nutrient-rich superfoods that can help elevate one’s energy and mood.


About Resobox


RESOBOX is the place where people who are conversant with, dedicated to, and influenced by Japanese art can gather to create innovative art through a collaborative process and disseminate them to the world.

In today’s global environment, Japanese arts might not always emanate from Japan alone, but also from places like New York City, where art is highly concentrated and widely disseminated to the world at large.

The founders of RESOBOX believe that by promoting such artists, truly innovative and more sophisticated Japanese arts can evolve, resonating with people all over the world.